Will Movie Ads Save The Oscars? · We have more info on the lift of the Oscars movie-ad-ban in place since 1953: The Academy will allow one spot per distributor, it must feature only one film, and it must premiere during the telecast. The idea is that the high-profile and elaborate ads themselves will become a reason for the disinterested to tune in—like when gay guys watch the Super Bowl. [Variety ] · ABC continued to see steep ratings decline in its Wednesday night lineup, with Private Practice and Dirty Sexy Money both down about 20% from last week's already low numbers. Over at ABC Family, meanwhile, 10 Things I Hate About You will become a weekly series, and Joey Lawrence and Melissa Joan Hart will star in a romcom MOW, tentatively titled, Whoa . [Variety ] [THR ] After the jump: Which vigilante actor is about to star in a vigilante movie? · Jamie Foxx and pap-busting Spartan Gerard Butler will star in Law Abiding Citizen , appropriately enough about a regular Joe who takes the law into his own hands. [THR ] · The newly sovereign, India-based DreamWorks has decided to put off its big Wall Street pitch until the market decides to crawl back out of Satan's anus. [THR ] · Mark Burnett will produce an updated version of This Is Your Life , except every week it's going to be Donald Trump's life we're reliving. (And he'll never fail to act surprised.) [TV Week ]