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Los Angeles Times to be Presenting Sponsor for 2012 Hollywood Film Festival and Hollywood Film Awards

HollywoodNews.com: Entering their sixteenth year, the Hollywood Film Festival and Hollywood Film Awards announced today that the Los Angeles Times will be the Presenting Sponsor of this year’s festival and star-studded gala. “We are very honored and excited to have the Los Angeles Times as our Presenting Sponsor,” said founder and[...]

Robert David Hall Finally Gets to Kiss the Girl on ‘CSI’

By BeckSmith HollywoodNews.com: Marg Helgenberger is just now shooting her last couple of episodes of “CSI” before she leaves the long-running series. Robert David Hall acknowledges it’s another big cast change, and he’s going to miss her. “She’s a friend, she’s like a sister. I’ve known[...]

Ted Danson the new leader at CBS’ “CSI”

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: The casting mystery has been solved. Ted Danson has been named Laurence Fishburne’s replacement on CBS’ original “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.” Danson, who has won Emmy and Golden Globe trophies for his television contributions, will play “the new CSI supervisor for the grave shift after heading the crime[...]

Kirstie Alley has former ‘Cheers’ star’s support on ‘DWTS’

HollywoodNews.com: Kirstie Alley has continued on with ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ and while the competition is getting stiff, her former ‘Cheers’ costar believes in her. Ted Danson thinks that Alley may be the one to beat considering her reputation as a dancer, states PopEater. “She was a great dancer on ‘Cheers.’[...]

Jackson Browne stops by at Oceana event to give acoustic set

By Roger Friedman HollywoodNews.com: Jackson Browne, on tour, stopped at the Oceana event in Watermill on Saturday night and played a full acoustic set on guitar and keyboards, by himself. The songs included “Running on Empty,” “The Pretender,” “Before the Deluge,” and “Rock Me On the Water.” At the end, he[...]

Can ‘The Office’ survive without Steve Carell?

By Roger Friedman HollywoodNews.com: Is it the end for the folks at Dunder Mifflin? Steve Carell says he wants to leave “The Office” after next season, the seventh — and maybe the last. Without Michael Scott, NBC and the show’s producers will have to decide whether they can replace Carell and go on.[...]