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· Disney may announce an acquisition of Pixar today, with Steve Jobs possibly appearing before the press to laugh maniacally, urinate on a picture of former CEO Michael Eisner, and light the drenched photo on fire. [Variety]
· Sundance deals: Warner Independent makes second major buy of Sundance, getting Michel Gondry's The Science of Sleep. Meanwhile, negotiations are ongoing for The Illusionist and The Night Listener. [Variety]
· Another deal at the Dance: Weinstein Co, acquires the rights to Factory Girl, starring Sienna Miller, and once starring Katie Holmes. [THR]
· In case you struck your head on the watercooler and have been unconscious for the last couple of hours, The WB and UPN will donate their souls to a new network, The CW. [Variety, THR]
· Dodgeball writer Rawson Marshall Thurber's experience with writing characters with funny mustaches pays off, as he's signed on to script Universal's Magnum P.I. adaptation. Thurber is apparently not opting for a Starsky & Hutch-esque spoof, so perhaps the Ferrell/Wilson/Stiller/Vaughn cadre won't get to wear the iconic Tigers cap. [THR]