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By Carl DiOrio LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Wesley Snipes former talent agency is suing the actor for back commissions on "Blade: Trinity" and other films.
By Borys Kit and Tatiana Siegel LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - It was a battle between Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, and Pitt emerged the winner.
By Frank Scheck - Review NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - Yet another remake displaying little reason for being, Fox's redo of their 1976 horror hit "The Omen" seems most clearly designed to capitalize on its 6/6/06 release date.
By Gregg Kilday LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Japanese horror film producer Taka Ichise has signed a three-year production deal with 20th Century Fox, his first pact with a Hollywood studio.
The third vampire musical to try its luck on Broadway in four years drew all the familiar puns in scathing reviews Thursday that said "Lestat" was "bloody awful," "sucked of life" and the "kiss of death."
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By Jonathan Cohen NEW YORK (Billboard) - "Lestat," the first musical Elton John and longtime lyricist Bernie Taupin have written together, will open April 13 on Broadway at the Palace Theater, with preview performances due to begin March 11.
By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Los Angeles officials, still unable to catch an alligator that stunned them by surfacing in a city lake last month, now face a doubly vexing situation -- a second renegade gator.
By Borys Kit LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Mary Lambert, best known for directing the "Pet Sematary" movies, has signed on to shoot the indie vampire Western "High Midnight." The story, by first-time scribe Denis Faye, centers on a broken-down sheriff who is forced to team up with an obsessed Victorian vampire hunter in order to stop an evil, undead force from consuming a frontier town in 1892 New Mexico.
The undead have started thinking for themselves, and the living have the benefit of armored vehicles and automatic weapons in fighting them. Other than that, the zombie genre remains alive and well, and (mostly) just the way you like it, with "George A. Romero's Land of the Dead."
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