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Host will leave to direct the drama "Rosewater" from his own script
The star system is battered, the movies are too pricey and "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" author Seth Grahame-Smith is the kiss of death
Thanks to "Super 8," "X-Men: First Class" and "The Help," these rising stars are about to break big
More than 14 big-budget tentpoles packed into a 12-week period. Why Hollywood is set up for too much of a good thing
Jake Kasdan film starring Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake and Jason Segel moved from April 1 to June 17; studio says it's testing strong and will play better as a summer comedy
"So You Think You Can Dance" proves its strength as warm-weather programming, up significantly from fall run
Disney Channel orders buddy comedy "Shake It Up," Nicktoons renews "Iron Man: Armored Adventures" and ESPN Deportes investigates
Also new: "Jersey Couture," plus returning "Dance Your Ass Off," "BGC Miami"
More original shows for summer, including "The Smoking Gun Presents: World's Dumbest...," "Bait Car"
ION Life has five new half-hours on tap, and Spike takes on pirates
Lessons broadcast learned from cable; franchise, franchise, franchise; and, yes, "Jersey Shore" ... for as long as we can stand it
Top-rated network will use one hit to launch what it hopes will be another
Also firms up season finale dates for "United States of Tara," "Nurse Jackie"
Plus: When is TBS bringing back "My Boys"?
"Hell's Kitchen," "Masterchef," "So You Think You Can Dance" move to different nights
Network replaces "Desperate," "Grey's" and "B&S" with newcomers, lots of reality
Laura Linney cancer comedy will be paired with the new season of "Weeds"
Warm weather favorites will bow in early June. Plus: A premiere date for '100 Questions' -- finally
"America's Got Talent," "Big Brother" among competition faves that are living large.
Sony's foodie-themed Meryl Streep comedy feasts on an over-50 audience.
Rob Thomas is directing the movie, which is being made possible by Kickstarter