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Reality Show Staffers Settle Lawsuits

Jason Mesnick, The Bachelor

Two lawsuits between reality show staffers and TV networks and production companies over unlawful working conditions have been settled for more than $4 million, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

Several hundred employees of such shows as The Bachelor, Trading Spouses, Are You Hot? and The Real Gilligan's Island filed class-action lawsuits in 2005, stating that Fox, ABC, CBS and other companies ordered them to fake time cards and work overtime with few meal breaks.

A Los Angeles judge this week granted preliminary approval to a $2.57 million settlement with Fox Broadcasting and Rocket Science Laboratories and a separate $1.54 million one with ABC, CBS, Mike Fleiss' Next Entertainment and six other production companies. "I hope this settlement provides a ...
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Julianne Hough to Tour with Toby Keith

Julianne Hough

Julianne Hough is not hitting the dance floor on Season 8 of Dancing with the Stars, but she is hitting the road.

The aspiring country crooner will open for Toby Keith on a few tour dates next month, E! Online reports. Hough, who released her eponymous debut album last year, will perform Feb. 6 ...
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Stars Align to Present Their Nominated Films at SAGs

Josh Brolin and Emile Hirsch

Actors from each of the five features up for outstanding cast at Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards will present a clip package showcasing their work in their respective films.

Milk boys Josh Brolin, James Franco and Emile Hirsch will do the honors for ...
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Parents' Group Outraged Over Risqué Spears Tune

Britney Spears

The Parents Television Council is urging radio stations not to play Britney Spears' third single, "If U Seek Amy" during daytime hours due to the song's racy content and title. (Say it quickly and you'll get it.) By playing the cunningly titled tune between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., radio stations "would violate the broadcast indecency law," Tim Winter, PTC president, says, according to the Associated Press. "There is no misinterpreting the lyrics to this song, and it's certainly ...
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Sex-y Gals On Board for Movie Sequel

Kristin Davis, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon, Sex and the City

Order another round of Cosmos because there's more Sex on the way.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon have committed to a sequel to their summer smash Sex and the City: The Movie, Us Weekly reports. "Not all the contracts are signed, but everyone is on board," a source says. "It just happened." The gals will reportedly also ...
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Ledger, Pitt and Jolie Score Oscar Nods

Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight

On the one-year anniversary of his death, Heath Ledger earned a supporting actor Academy Award nomination for his role as The Joker in The Dark Knight.

Ledger's nod was among the most anticipated of Thursday's Oscar announcements. The best-picture nominees include The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which led with 13 total nominations, Slumdog Millionaire, Frost/Nixon, Milk and The Reader. (Check out the list of nominees here.)

Ledger, a previous lead-actor nominee for Brokeback Mountain, picked up the biggest nomination for The Dark Knight, which was shut out of the picture and director race despite momentum in recent weeks, including nominations from the three Guilds (Producers, Writers and Directors).

Competing against Ledger are
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Oscar Nominations Preview: What to Expect Thursday

The Dark Knight

Nominations for the 81st Academy Awards will be announced Thursday, which means time's ticking to finalize predictions. Here are some things you can keep a few things in mind for the big reveal.

For almost a year, we've heard talk about The Dark Knight being a factor in the Oscar race. Their safest bet, of course, is a supporting actor nod for Heath Ledger. (Thursday, by the way, is also the one-year anniversary of his death.) Beyond that for the film, nothing's as certain, but thanks to a hat trick of precursor nominations from the three of the Guilds (Producers, Writers and Directors), The Dark Knight is looking good to land on the best picture list.

Frontrunner Slumdog Millionaire, along with Milk, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and ...
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Fox Suspends Hole in the Wall

Hole In The Wall

There was a Hole in Fox's schedule, but not anymore.

Hole in the Wall has been temporarily pulled from the lineup after nabbing only ...
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Judy Greer, Philip Winchester and More Join Lifetime's Maneater

Judy Greer, Philip Winchester

Judy Greer, Philip Winchester (Crusoe), Gregory Harrison and Maria Conchita Alonso have joined the cast of the Lifetime miniseries Maneater, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Maneater, based on Gigi Levangie Grazer's novel, stars ...
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Bradley Whitford, Richard Jenkins to Get Spooked in the Woods

Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford

Bradley Whitford and Richard Jenkins have Cabin fever.

The two are circling Joss Whedon's new horror flick, The Cabin in the Woods, The Hollywood Reporter reports. Jenkins has, in fact, already signed on while Whitford is in final negotiations.

The film is a twist on the ...
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