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L.A. Mayor Vows to Help Out Hollywood

os Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa vowed to step up to the plate for the movie and television industry in front of a small crowd of Hollywood higher-ups last Wednesday.

Ad Age: Are TV Dramas Dying?

“Economic pressures have begun to intrude on the desire to use high-quality drama to draw new viewers. Citing ratings and economic factors, FX declined to pick up Damages for a fourth season, despite noted actress Glenn Close starring in the show in a critically acclaimed performance as a conniving attorney,” Steinberg writes in the piece.

Lea Michele on her post Glee plans: “I plan on playing every role on Broadway”

“I don’t stop,” Lea says. “It’s my nature. People have to tell me to slow down. I plan on playing every role on Broadway. I want to do Evita. I want to do Sweeney Todd with [Glee costar] Chris Colfer. We want to do Wicked. I’ll be Elphaba and he wants to play ‘Guy-linda.’ I want to do movies, make music. Glee is only the beginning.”

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