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Lots of changes at NBC. Someone seriously needs to devise a plan to revive the once proud peacock. The only thing the network offers me is The Office, 30 Rock, and Friday Night Lights.
Among other changes at NBC, the network will actually retain the services of Jay Leno and give him a nightly 10pm time slot. This comes after Conan replaces Leno on the Tonight Show and former SNL cast member Jimmy Fallon takes Conan’s spot. These things I do not understand.
Meanwhile, ABC continues to put out real shows. They are currently developing a pilot based on the Fables comic.
Anyone catch TNT’s Leverage this past weekend? It did well ratings-wise so expect it to stick around.
The Hollywood Reporter talks to Kiefer Sutherland.
An early review of the pilot for Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse.
I don’t think 47 Ronin sounds like a bad movie. But I think having it star Keanu Reeves is a bad idea.
True-life YouTube romance to be turned into a documentary.
Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard regain Oscar eligibility for The Dark Knight.
Speaking of The Dark Knight, USA Today offered up a pair of stories about director Christopher Nolan. In the first, he again mentions his trepidation with making a third installment while also talking about some of the extras in the new DVD. In the second, Nolan describes some of his favorite scenes from the movie.
In another interview with MTV, Harrison Ford mentions a project with JJ Abrams.
A little info on Bourne 4.