- The fact that this season's Bachelor has a kid has reinvigorated the series for ABC. — The New York Times
- Keri Russell has signed on to star as Aileen Crowley, opposite Brendan Fraser and Harrison Ford, in The Untitled Crowley Project. — ComingSoon
- Wall-E and Slumdog Millionaire nabbed this year's top Eddie Awards for editing, and Slumdog went on to also win top honors from the American Society of Cinematographers. — Variety
- Estelle Bennett, one of the Ronettes (the singing trio with the 1963 hit "Be My Baby"), has died at age 67. — Billboard
- ABC is picking up the comedy pilot Funny in Farsi, based on a memoir by Firoozeh Dumas. — The Hollywood Reporter
- NBC is planning to launch a bolder version of the To Catch a Predator series, this time targeting war criminals, and it's already catching some flak from government officials. — Reuters
- Director Claudia Llosa's Peruvian drama The Milk of Sorrow won the Berlin film festival's top Golden Bear award. — AP
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