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Buzz News Roundup, 12/13


  • Fox gives "Gilmore Girls" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino the green light to work on a new female-centered comedy, this time about two sisters — Reuters
  • So, profanity on television cannot be aired, but the court arguments about profanity on television can be aired — Broadcasting & Cable
  • With a new album on the way, Iggy Pop and the Stooges will make a comeback at South by Southwest — NME
  • In addition to playing Elizabeth Gilbert in the movie version of Eat, Pray, Love, Julia Roberts is signed on to star in the movie version of bestselling novel Happiness Sold SeparatelyVariety
  • Let the debates begin: Rolling Stone publishes its Top 100 songs of 2006 — Rolling Stone
  • High Fidelity is a fantastic book and a great movie, but alas, it was not meant for Broadway: The stage musical is closing after only 11 days — Hollywood Reporter
  • The San Francisco Film Critics Circle anoints Little Children as the strongest movie of 2006 — SF Gate
  • Amy Poehler from "Saturday Night Live" is creating an animated series for Nickelodeon — TV Week
  • Stuntman Evel Knievel launches a bizarre lawsuit against Kanye West — NME
  • The Sundance Channel will host a Robert Altman tribute on December 23rd — Movieweb
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