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CNN announced a new prime-time lineup Thursday that includes Jesus, reality stars, and maybe even a little news.
Most provocatively, the network announced at its upfront presentation to advertisers in New York City, The Jesus Code, a series which promises to take viewers on a “forensic and archaeological journey through the Bible” (cue jokes about CNN looking for a ratings miracle). Religious-themed programming has been considered hot since History stunned the industry with its ratings-shattering The Bible miniseries last year. The Jesus Code “will take viewers on a thrilling high-stakes journey through forensics, biblical archeology and forgery in history, exploring »
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Confirming the Marvel production's working title to be After Party, The Avengers: Age of Ultron crew recently released casting call information (via Forte di Bard) for Italy, one of many locations in which filming will take place next month. "We are looking for people aged between 23 and 70 years, residing in the Valle d'Aosta, as well as some minors, under 14 years of age, which must be accompanied by at least one parent." The search for extras will be held at Fort of Bard on Thursday, February 13th, Friday, the 14th, and Saturday, February 15th, 2014 in the time range between 9.30 and 18.30. No reservations are required, but potential candidates are advised to bring a "photocopy of identity card valid, tax code, and sheet with Iban staff." As for foreigners who are interested in being an extra, you must bring a "photocopy of the residence permit valid (at »
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