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Victim Samantha Geimer has formally filed a motion to dismiss charges against him.
Extradite him? Or let it go? Hollywood is divided. TheWrap brings you both sides of the debate.
Lawyers for Roman Polanski spelled out their arguments against extradition to the Justice Department in a 10-page letter. The DOJ didn't buy it.
Has asked Switzerland to hand over the director to authorities in California.
French lawyer says there has been no change in strategy, despite colleague's remarks.
Could move to avoid lengthy extradition proceedings.
Series of emails set in motion director's arrest.
Director, dubbed "flight risk," has 10 days to appeal decision.
Lawyer unsure what ails director or when he will be released from hospital.
In interview, Sarkozy cites director's age, timing of arrest.
Film's co-writer Harris says director "can communicate" his wishes for "Ghost."
Country "could not have acted differently," legislators say.
The director is in "an unsettled state of mind," his lawyer says.
The famous movie director got out of my dad's limo and said, "I’ll be right back." He lied.
The Swiss Justice Ministry rejected an appeal by Roman Polanski to be immediately released from prison.
Male directors defend Polanski, but no one speaks about the rights of vulnerable girls.
Question of whether the fugitive filmmaker has ever paid.
California governor says director's fame doesn't change situation.
Catch up on all the top schmooze, as Ester gives her own outrageous take on the week at TheWrap.
In Hollywood, unable to distinguish the difference between child and adult, bad conduct is actually rewarded.
"It is a sad day for documentary filmmakers," she says of ex-prosecutor's retraction of misconduct accusations.
The movie industry should have told Roman Polanski to answer for his crime.
“I -- I -- I don't know of any pending pardon request."
"Support sends a message that the rich and powerful can get away with crimes that no one else can."
Marina Zenovich, who made 'Wanted and Desired,' will film more footage of the legal saga, with Brett Ratner producing.
Several months of work is left on political thriller "The Ghost."
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga