- The presentation of the Cecil B. DeMille award to Steven Spielberg that was supposed to happen at the Golden Globes has been pushed to the 2009 Golden Globes, Variety writes.
- In other Globes news, NBC has confirmed it will air a two-hour Dateline special on the awards before Sunday's press conference; details on the guests are at The Futon Critic. Also, TV Week reports that NBC will give refunds to some advertisers who had bought spots for the awards.
- ComingSoon reports that the cast has been set for Solomon Kane, an "epic tale of a 16th century soldier tormented by his past evil deeds."
- Variety reports Sundance alums like Quentin Tarantino, Sandra Oh and Alan Alda are heading back to Park City this year — as judges.
- Though the dates aren't nailed down just yet, Radiohead has set the cities for its North American summer tour, writes Billboard. Also, their In Rainbows topped the chart this week.
- Kate Winslet will replace Nicole Kidman in The Reader now that Kidman is pregnant, Zap2it reports.
- Variety reports that ABC will resurrect The Mole for broadcast this summer. No host has been found yet; after all, Anderson Cooper's busy.
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