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Monday, December 31, 2007

Robin Williams to open Letterman's show

Robin Williams to open Letterman's show
AP - Robin Williams will be David Letterman's first guest upon the return of his "Late Show" on CBS Wednesday. The appearance of a Hollywood A-lister who can talk a mile a minute may be Letterman's way of quickly trying to draw a distinction between his show and his late-night rivals, who are without writers and may also have trouble booking major entertainers as guests.

James Brown's children challenge will
Five of James Brown's children say they want his will invalidated. They claim it leaves most of the money in charitable trusts that would profit the soul singer's former advisers. (Dec. 31)

Saoirse Ronan a young actress to watch
AP - Her role in "Atonement" earned Saoirse Ronan a Golden Globe nomination, but she hasn't read the Ian McEwan novel the movie is based on. Ronan is only 13, and the book deals with sexual themes.

All New Reality Shows!
With the writer's strike still looming over Hollywood, studio execs turn to reality TV as their saving grace. Megahit "American Idol" returns alongside some new fare from "The Moment of Truth" to "Celebrity Apprentice." Access has all the details.

Romance Report: Kate vs. Pete, Olsen PDA
Romance Report: Kate vs. Pete, Olsen PDA

'Treasure' finds more box office fortune
'National Treasure,' 'Alvin and the Chipmunks' and 'I Am Legend' all kept each other company at the top of the box office over the weekend. (Dec. 31)

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