Gregg Kilday

Film Editor for the Hollywood Reporter

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Striking writers say they  won’t picket  the  Grammy Awards  TV show on the 10th of next month, but they will picket the  Oscars  on the 24th.

“No Country for Old Men” and “There Will Be Blood” Lead Oscar Nominations

Striking writers say they won’t picket the Grammy Awards TV show on the 10th of next month, but they will picket the Oscars on the 24th.

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In August,  Tom Cruise  was dumped from his $10-million-a-year deal with  Paramount Pictures .  Today, Cruise is in partial charge of  United Artists .

Tom Cruise to Run United Artists

In August, Tom Cruise was dumped from his $10-million-a-year deal with Paramount Pictures .  Today, Cruise is in partial charge of United Artists .

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