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June 09, 2008

SAG sacks; Swayze resurrection; 'Dirt' bites the dust

-- SAG holds Wilshire Blvd. rally to oppose AFTRA deal: 1. Isn't everybody weary of Hollywood union workers carrying picket signs at this point? 2. Don't they have better things to do on a Monday than protest another union's deal? 3. Is anybody ever happy on Wilshire Boulevard?

-- Patrick Swayze pulls off the rare trick of going from tabloid bedside deathwatch to a starring role in a basic cable series

-- VH1 greenlights reality show "Scream Queens," where actresses compete for a role in a horror project. Horror-related productions are almost always successful nowadays -- if they are movies 

-- FX long overdue part 1: FX cancels "Dirt."

-- FX long overdue part 2: Will be posted shortly...


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