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  • "No Country" takes Hollywood producers’ top prize
    Monday February 04th 2008

    Joel and Ethan Coen’s "No Country for Old Men," a tale of moral decline wrapped in a gritty crime drama, won the top film prize from Hollywood’s producers, making it the clear front-runner in the race to the Oscars. One week ago, the Coen Brothers were also named the year’s[…]

  • WGA, studios frame a deal
    Monday February 04th 2008

    Clear progress has been marked in informal contract talks between studio execs and striking writers, stoking broad expectations that a tentative agreement may be announced sometime this week.

  • Snipes acquitted in tax case
    Sunday February 03rd 2008

    Wesley Snipes was found not guilty of federal tax fraud and conspiracy charges Friday but was convicted on three misdemeanor counts of failing to file a tax return. Snipes and two co-defendants, a delicensed accountant and a tax protest leader, were indicted in 2006. Snipes faced six additional counts of[…]

  • Writers’ strike deal could come within a week: report
    Sunday February 03rd 2008

    Hollywood’s striking writers have made a key breakthrough in contract talks with film and television studios, leading to what could be a deal between the two parties by the end of next week, The New York Times reported on Saturday.

  • Lawmakers step in on writers strike
    Saturday February 02nd 2008

    Lawmakers began taking a more active role in the writers strike this week as a group of California Democrats led by the chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee accused a pair network chiefs of dragging their feet. In a letter to Walt Disney Co. president and CEO Robert[…]

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Archives for: February 20085
  • "No Country" takes Hollywood producers’ top prize
    Monday February 04th 2008

    Joel and Ethan Coen’s "No Country for Old Men," a tale of moral decline wrapped in a gritty crime drama, won the top film prize from Hollywood’s producers, making it the clear front-runner in the race to the Oscars. One week ago, the Coen Brothers were also named the year’s[…]

  • WGA, studios frame a deal
    Monday February 04th 2008

    Clear progress has been marked in informal contract talks between studio execs and striking writers, stoking broad expectations that a tentative agreement may be announced sometime this week.

  • Snipes acquitted in tax case
    Sunday February 03rd 2008

    Wesley Snipes was found not guilty of federal tax fraud and conspiracy charges Friday but was convicted on three misdemeanor counts of failing to file a tax return. Snipes and two co-defendants, a delicensed accountant and a tax protest leader, were indicted in 2006. Snipes faced six additional counts of[…]

  • Writers’ strike deal could come within a week: report
    Sunday February 03rd 2008

    Hollywood’s striking writers have made a key breakthrough in contract talks with film and television studios, leading to what could be a deal between the two parties by the end of next week, The New York Times reported on Saturday.

  • Lawmakers step in on writers strike
    Saturday February 02nd 2008

    Lawmakers began taking a more active role in the writers strike this week as a group of California Democrats led by the chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee accused a pair network chiefs of dragging their feet. In a letter to Walt Disney Co. president and CEO Robert[…]

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Archives for: February 20085
  • "No Country" takes Hollywood producers’ top prize
    Monday February 04th 2008

    Joel and Ethan Coen’s "No Country for Old Men," a tale of moral decline wrapped in a gritty crime drama, won the top film prize from Hollywood’s producers, making it the clear front-runner in the race to the Oscars. One week ago, the Coen Brothers were also named the year’s[…]

  • WGA, studios frame a deal
    Monday February 04th 2008

    Clear progress has been marked in informal contract talks between studio execs and striking writers, stoking broad expectations that a tentative agreement may be announced sometime this week.

  • Snipes acquitted in tax case
    Sunday February 03rd 2008

    Wesley Snipes was found not guilty of federal tax fraud and conspiracy charges Friday but was convicted on three misdemeanor counts of failing to file a tax return. Snipes and two co-defendants, a delicensed accountant and a tax protest leader, were indicted in 2006. Snipes faced six additional counts of[…]

  • Writers’ strike deal could come within a week: report
    Sunday February 03rd 2008

    Hollywood’s striking writers have made a key breakthrough in contract talks with film and television studios, leading to what could be a deal between the two parties by the end of next week, The New York Times reported on Saturday.

  • Lawmakers step in on writers strike
    Saturday February 02nd 2008

    Lawmakers began taking a more active role in the writers strike this week as a group of California Democrats led by the chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee accused a pair network chiefs of dragging their feet. In a letter to Walt Disney Co. president and CEO Robert[…]

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