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Uh, oh. Should Clois fans be preparing for heartbreak? Well, if you take what executive producer Brian Peterson told EW last week at face value, perhaps they should. “We’re not really promising a wedding at this point,” he teased. “But definitely they are preparing for a wedding, right up until the finale.” As you recover  ‘Smallville’ scoop: ‘We’re not really promising a wedding at this point,’ exec producer says

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After watching this week’s episode of FX’s Justified, fans know two things: First, Boyd can clog. We promised Walton Goggins we would make sure everyone knows that really was him. “I didn’t get winded for nothin’,” he joked with us recently, adding that he probably did about five takes of his jig at Mags’ whoop-dee-doo.  ‘Justified’ exec producer Graham Yost talks [spoiler], family feud, and building toward ‘Bloody Harlan’

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TheWrap reports that “Harry Potter” franchise producer David Heyman will next turn his attention to “The Adventures of Oscar Pill,” based on French author and physician Eli Anderson’s books.

The site says that Warner Bros. Pictures has acquired the French youth-fantasy novel series and Heyman’s Heyday Films will produce.

The series, which included five novels, is about a teenage boy who can travel inside living beings – including humans… Continue reading Harry Potter Producer David Heyman to Adapt Oscar Pill

In anticipation of Sunday’s premiere of The Kennedys on Reelz, EW talked to True Grit’s Barry Pepper — who plays Bobby Kennedy in the eight-part miniseries that’ll air on the basic cable net that reaches 60 million homes. The project from Joel Surnow (24) and director Jon Cassar also stars Greg Kinnear as John F.  Barry Pepper on ‘The Kennedys’ producer Joel Surnow: ‘Being conservative has become a bad word in Hollywood’

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With over 35 years experience in the movie business and a number of years managing legendary artists like Frank Sinatra and Elvis, Jerry Weintraub shows no signs of slowing down at 73.

A few years back, Jerry Weintraub’s autobiography, “When I Stop Talking, You’ll Know I’m Dead,” was published, and that too was a huge success and HBO follows that up with a new documentary called “His Way,” directed by… Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Producer Jerry Weintraub