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June 20, 2006 | Geoff Boucher, Times Staff Writer
Bryan Singer was gushing about some in-your-face Smallville corn. "Look at that! Oh, look at the corn." The director of "Superman Returns," wearing plastic 3-D glasses, was sitting in an empty Imax theater at Universal City a few days ago where he saw his own movie in an unexpected way.
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December 8, 2006 | From City News Service
A former personal assistant has sued "Superman Returns" producer Jon Peters, alleging she was forced to quit her job because he sexually harassed her, including exposing himself to her and her 3-year-old daughter. Shelly Morita filed her lawsuit in L.A. Superior Court this week, alleging hostile work environment, failure to prevent sexual harassment and constructive termination. She is seeking unspecified damages. Representatives for Peters could not be reached for comment.
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June 1, 2006 | Scott Martelle
Warner Bros. Pictures hopes "Superman Returns" will be able to leap an extremely long weekend in a single bound. The studio has decided to move up the release of the film to June 28, getting a two-day jump on what for many people will be a four-day weekend, with July 4 falling on a Tuesday. It had been set to open June 30.
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July 2, 2006 | Scott Timberg
WHEN Hollywood composer John Ottman, who wrote the scores for director Bryan Singer's "The Usual Suspects" and "X2: X-Men United," was approached about scoring Singer's latest, "Superman Returns," he admits he was a bit daunted. "There was a great weight on my shoulders because of the strength of the original theme," he says of the John Williams melody that accompanied director Richard Donner's 1978 film "Superman."
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July 2, 2006 | Scott Timberg
WHEN Hollywood composer John Ottman, who wrote the scores for director Bryan Singer's "The Usual Suspects" and "X2: X-Men United," was approached about scoring Singer's latest, "Superman Returns," he admits he was a bit daunted. "There was a great weight on my shoulders because of the strength of the original theme," he says of the John Williams melody that accompanied director Richard Donner's 1978 film "Superman."
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December 8, 2006 | From City News Service
A former personal assistant has sued "Superman Returns" producer Jon Peters, alleging she was forced to quit her job because he sexually harassed her, including exposing himself to her and her 3-year-old daughter. Shelly Morita filed her lawsuit in L.A. Superior Court this week, alleging hostile work environment, failure to prevent sexual harassment and constructive termination. She is seeking unspecified damages. Representatives for Peters could not be reached for comment.
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April 24, 2005 | Robert Abele, Special to The Times
On a recent Tuesday night, viewers of Fox's hit medical mystery drama "House" saw the cranky, Vicodin-popping doctor -- whose diagnostic ingenuity is matched only by his breathtaking rudeness -- as visibly unnerved as he's been all season long. It wasn't a convulsing patient or his bad leg rattling him. He was being thanked by a staff member for agreeing to shill for an overpriced new drug in exchange for not having to fire her or any of his staff.
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June 20, 2006 | Geoff Boucher, Times Staff Writer
Bryan Singer was gushing about some in-your-face Smallville corn. "Look at that! Oh, look at the corn." The director of "Superman Returns," wearing plastic 3-D glasses, was sitting in an empty Imax theater at Universal City a few days ago where he saw his own movie in an unexpected way.
NEWS
June 1, 2006 | Scott Martelle
Warner Bros. Pictures hopes "Superman Returns" will be able to leap an extremely long weekend in a single bound. The studio has decided to move up the release of the film to June 28, getting a two-day jump on what for many people will be a four-day weekend, with July 4 falling on a Tuesday. It had been set to open June 30.
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