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· Ray director Taylor Hackford convinces "very busy" wife Helen Mirren and semi-retired actor Joe Pesci to star in Love Ranch, the heartwarming tale of the man who established Nevada's first legal brothel, his madam spouse, and the boxer gunned down by a bodyguard for his suspected sexual involvement with the aforementioned Mustang Ranch proprietress. [Variety]
· Justice League director George Miller is auditioning virtually every young actor in Hollywood (Adam Brody! Minka Kelly! Mary Elizabeth Winstead!) during a "marathon casting session" running through today, hoping that the cattle call will help him fill coveted parts like Superman, Batman, the Flash and Wonder Woman with talent cheap enough to stay together for several movies. [THR]
· Led Zeppelin is finally making their music available online, with the band's entire catalogue hitting the internets on November 13. Also: the "Black Dog" ringtone you've been wanting since you were sixteen will soon be made available. [Variety]
· CBS wins Sunday night after the Patriots-Cowboys game runs long, though ABC's Desperate Housewives and Brothers & Sisters both put up better numbers than last week. [THR]
· Overseas moviegoers continue to delight in Pixar's animated story of a talented rat who saved a fading French bistro by flouting Paris's overly restrictive restaurant cleanliness laws. [Variety]