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i24202 260x195 The Hollywood Archive   Welcome to the Hollywood Archive

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Charlie Sheen returning to work next Tuesday

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Charlie Sheen is expected to return to work on CBS’ “Two and a Half Men” on Tuesday, according to his publicist. The actor is said to be in the process of exiting the rehab facility he checked into February 23. On Monday, Sheen is scheduled to appear in an Aspen, Colo., court over domestic abuse charges … Continue reading Charlie Sheen returning to work next Tuesday

L18204 260x195 The Book of Genesis Gets a New Movie Adaptation…In 3D

"The world’s oldest story is on a collision course with cutting-edge Hollywood technology. I’m told that Paramount Pictures and former Walden Media co-founder Cary Granat producing with Reel Fx are mounting In The Beginning, a 3D telling of the creation story. The film is using The Book of Genesis as its primary resource. A script has been written by John Fusco (Hidalgo), and directing will be TV vet David Cunningham. This pair had teamed with Granat on a Walden film that never happened, Rebels: The Green Mountain Boys. Reel Fx is spearheading the visuals and will soon turn over test footage the filmmakers hope will prompt a green light. Paramount will co-finance and distribute."


The 2010 Oscars — As It Happened

Welcome to AFP’s live report on the 2010 Oscars. A crush of stars in all their finery are beginning to descend on Hollywood?s Kodak Theatre for the movie industry?s biggest night out. This year’s Oscars countdown has seen some unexpected gloves-off drama with one nominee even banned for illegal campaigning. But will the ceremony, now in … Continue reading The 2010 Oscars -- As It Happened

E24126 260x195 The Hurt Locker dominates the Oscars with six awards, besting Avatar for best picture (VIDEO)

At last. The road to Oscar brought the spotlight to Hollywood and Highland's Kodak Theatre. And, it was 'The Hurt Locker' that overcame the mammoth 'Avatar' with six awards, including Best Picture and a historic win for Kathryn Bigelow as Best Director.

Highlights of a rather staid affair included the overdue statues for Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock. As for the Na'vi? The James Cameron epic scores three prizes for technical achievement.