· Don Cheadle will replace Terrence Howard in Iron Man 2, whose deal with Marvel fell through over "financial differences." Perhaps it came down to salary, but we're pretty sure Marvel wasn't so hot on the stipulation that Howard's Seal/Heidi Klum song become the sequel's "official love theme." [THR] · The Daily Show's married correspondents Jason Jones and Samantha Bee are creating a CBS sitcom for themselves about "a celebrity chef (played by Jones) and the two women who run his cooking empire (one of whom will be played by Bee)." [Variety] After the jump: Which two new The CW series are circling the toilet?· The National Assn. of Theater Owners is abandoning ShoWest, and starting its own convention beginning in 2011, where they'll award the NATO Breakout Star of the Year Award—the closest Chace Crawford will ever come to actively contributing to world peace. [Variety] · French-Canadian comedy hit Taxi 0-22, about an Archie Bunkerish cab driver with a gay son, is being shopped around to American TV studios. [THR] · Two new CW series, Easy Money and Valentine, Inc., have been put on hiatus "to give writers time to catch up on scripts." Take your time, guys! [THR]
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