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· The Library of Congress added 25 titles to the National Film Registry, including Fargo, Groundhog Day, and Blazing Saddles, the last of which you can draw up alphabetically, or by typing in "Movies: Bean-Induced Flatulence." [Variety]
· Eragon is faring much better overseas than it did in North America, while Letters From Iwo Jima has topped the Japanese box office for the third week in a row, proving unless the giant flying monster movie has a "Vs." in the title, the Japanese aren't interested. [Variety]
· Apocalypto has been "stuck in neutral" since its big opening weekend, despite Disney's attempts to re-market it to families with all new subtitles that tell the story of an ancient warrior who needs to get home for Christmas before the evil Santa Mayan Claus can reach into his chest and pull out a beating heart for a lucky little girl or boy. [Variety]
· Samantha Corbin-Miller has been hired as showrunner on Lifetime's series Army Wives, not to be confused with ABC's Football Wives. Yes, 2007 TV is definitely going to be Year of the Woman Defined by Her Relationship to a Man. You go, girl! [THR]
· Elijah Wood will star in Spanish director Alex de la Iglesia's first English-language film, Oxford Murders, saying "I'm delighted to work with Elijah, who undoubtedly has the most powerful eyes in the industry and who is perfect for the part." Sounds like someone has a cruuush. [THR]