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Scarlett Johansson has really kept us guessing with her career choices over the past few years. One minute she’s starring in an experimental indie about a man-eating alien; the next, she’s co-headlining a massive blockbuster. Now she’s mixing things up again with a stint on TV.

Johansson is set to star in and executive produce The Custom of the Country, envisioned as a miniseries for cable. It’ll be her first major small-screen gig over the course of her 20-year career. Hit the jump for more on the Scarlett Johansson TV project.

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NBC’s Say Anything… TV show may crash and burn before it even gets off the ground. Cameron Crowe, who directed the original 1989 movie, learned about the planned sequel series along with the rest of the world yesterday — and it seems he’d none too thrilled about it.

Legally, network NBC and producer 20th Century Fox TV are allowed to forge ahead without his approval. But a new report indicates they’re unlikely to do so. Get all the latest details on the Say Anything… TV series after the jump.

UPDATE: The Say Anything… TV series is now officially dead, according to Deadline. Writer Justin Kaplan and producer Aaron Kaplan dropped out after hearing of Crowe’s objections, and 20th Century Fox TV subsequently pulled the plug. Original story follows.

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Star Wars Episode VII speculation, scenes, and cold, hard Star Wars Rebels facts highlight this edition of Star Wars Bits. Below, read the following:

  • Star Wars Episode VII star Pip Andersen made a visit to Andy Serkis‘ Imaginarium Studios.
  • Star Wars Rebels premiered Friday to 6.5 million viewers and is coming to New York Comic-Con.
  • Star Wars in Concert might be returning.
  • Simon Kinberg analyzed every moment of Star Wars Rebels for StarWars.com
  • Read a possible description of a hanger space in Star Wars Episode VII as well as a lightsaber showdown.
  • ABC will air an episode of Star Wars Rebels on October 26 with a new scene.
  • Read an excerpt from James Luceno‘s Star Wars novel Tarkin.
  • Watch a video of the Director of Music and Scoring at Skywalker Sound.

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‘The Walking Dead’ Renewed For Season Six

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The fifth season of The Walking Dead returns this weekend but, almost a week before that, AMC has already renewed the show for another. Not a surprise for what continues to be one of the most popular shows on all of cable TV. Read more about The Walking Dead Season 6 below. Read More »

‘Myst’ TV Show in Development From Legendary

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The game Myst was one of the first mega-hits of the CD-Rom wave of gaming in 1993. It spawned sequels, spin-offs and novels, and was a top seller in games for almost a decade. Now Legendary TV has made a deal with Cyan Worlds, the original developer of the game, to develop a Myst TV show and accompanying new video game. The two projects won’t merely be parallel story concepts, however, as Cyan wants to make a truly interactive pair of new Myst stories, in which audiences can play the game on tablets while watching the show. Read More »

OJ Simpson Trial

American Horror Story is doing such good business for FX, the network has given series creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk another anthology series. This one is called American Crime Story, and unlike American Horror Story it’s based on real life. Specifically, in Season One, the murder trial of one O.J. Simpson.

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Farrelly Brothers

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck might have the action and drama covered when it comes to Project Greenlight, but now they’ve added some help with the comedy. Peter and Bobby Farrelly, the filmmakers behind Dumb and Dumber, There’s Something About Mary and so many more, have been added to the upcoming HBO series, which recently selected its twelve finalists. The Farrellys will be part of the judging panel to select the winner then serve mentors to the eventual winner as he or she directs a movie on HBO. Read more of the Farrelly Brothers Project Greenlight news below. Read More »

Star Wars Rebels Droids in Distress Free

Of the many new shows premiering this fall, only one is set in a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. That alone should be enough to ensure Disney XD’s Star Wars Rebels gets plenty of attention, but Disney isn’t taking any chances.

The series kicked off over the weekend with the one-hour movie “Spark of Rebellion,” which was effectively the first two episodes combined into a premiere event. Now the regular series premiere, titled “Droids in Distress,” has been made available online for free — one week in advance of its scheduled air date. Hit the jump to find out how you can watch Droids in Distress free.

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