Trade Round-Up: The CW To Conduct No-Talent Search For Next Pusscycat Doll

· Bravely ignoring the fact that no one has cared about the Pussycat Dolls since "Don't Cha" was licensed out for a series of feminine hygiene ads late last year inquiring if women harbored secret, envious wishes that their "douche was fresh like me," The CW will enable The Search for the Next Pussycat Doll, which is exactly what you think it is: a reality show ripping off both Idol and Top Model. [Variety]
· Universal moves the comedy Accepted to August 18th, hoping that confused males between the ages of 18-30 will mistakenly wander into theaters showing the movie while looking for Snakes on a Plane. [THR]
· CNN finds that Israel's invasion of Lebanon is great for ratings. If only there were a joke to be made about Mel Gibson's thoughts on war and Jews... [Variety]
· Sensing an opportunity to bring pictures and full-motion video of famous people to television for the first time, Warner Bros. Telepictures mulls rushing a TV version of into syndication. [B&C]
· New Bond girl Eva Green gets a gig playing "the queen of witches" in The Golden Compass. No word on whether this witch-queen has a penchant for gratuitous nudity, so our excitement is muted until more facts are gathered. [Variety]