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May 3, 2006 | Chris Gaither, Times Staff Writer
Microsoft Corp. is betting that the man behind "The Biggest Loser" can turn it into a big winner. As rival Yahoo Inc. scales back original programming ambitions, the software giant plans to bulk up its MSN websites with a slate of new TV-style shows -- starting today with a multimillion-dollar development deal with the creator of NBC's "The Office" and "The Biggest Loser."
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March 17, 2010
The actor's publicist, Stan Rosenfield, said Sheen returned to the Warner Bros. set in Burbank on Tuesday morning. The 44-year-old actor voluntarily entered a rehab facility as what Rosenfield earlier said was a preventive measure, temporarily halting production of CBS' top-rated sitcom last month. Sheen pleaded not guilty to domestic violence charges in Colorado's Pitkin County District Court on Monday. A judge scheduled a jury trial for July 21. -- associated press 'Pacific' beats 'Adams' debut About 3.1 million people signed up for the Sunday night premiere episode of HBO's expensive World War II epic, "The Pacific," according to Nielsen.
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August 3, 2010 | By Scott Collins, Los Angeles Times
Spend a few minutes with Tony Robbins — you'll have to get past his formidable security detail first — and he'll likely whip a few of his favorite inspirational sayings on you. "Almost all breakthroughs start with a breakthrough in beliefs," he said over breakfast one recent morning in a Beverly Hills hotel, using the machine-gun rasp he's honed through years of infomercials and high-end motivational seminars. "A belief is a poor substitute for experience. …. Everybody's life is a warning or an example."
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December 13, 2010 | By Nicole Sperling, Los Angeles Times
One day a year, Franklin Leonard transforms from midlevel studio executive mired in development meetings, script readings and note-taking into Hollywood's most important soothsayer. FOR THE RECORD An article in the Dec. 13 Calendar section about Franklin Leonard's Black List of the best unproduced screenplays said his hometown was Columbus, Ohio. It's Columbus, Ga. The 32-year-old native of Columbus, Ohio, is the mastermind and compiler of the Black List, a compendium of the year's best unproduced screenplays.
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