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2008-12-01 09:13:16

Megan Mullally, Kelsey Grammer and Bebe Neuwirth have signed on to play faculty in the upcoming remake of the New York-set film Fame, producers said. Mullally is best known for her work on TV's Will & Grace. Grammer and Neuwirth played married psychiatrists Frasier and Lilith Crane in the sit-com Cheers. Debbie Allen, who starred as dance teacher Lydia Grant in the 1980 original, as well as in the subsequent series of the same name, has also joined the cast of the remake as Principal...

2008-10-13 15:00:19

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Lakeshore Entertainment and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures (MGM) has announced the freshman class of FAME, a reinvention of the original Oscar(R)-winning film that spawned a globally successful, multi-faceted franchise, including hit television shows, stage shows and music. The announcement was made jointly today by producer Tom Rosenberg, chairman & CEO of Lakeshore Entertainment, and Mary Parent, chairman of MGM's Worldwide Motion Picture Group....


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