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Trigger Street Prods. Options ‘The War at the Shore’

Spike TV has joined Kevin Spacey’s Trigger Street Productions and Giant Pirates Entertainment to option the script for a special-event series based on Richard D. “Skip” Bronson’s best-selling book, “The War at the Shore.”

Although Trigger Street Productions will develop the series, Kevin Spacey is not attached to the project.

The book follows the five-year epic battle between real estate mogul Donald Trump and Steve Wynn over the future of one of the U.S.’s gambling meccas, Atlantic City. From 1995-2000, Trump embarked on an all-out legal and propaganda war to prevent Wynn from developing a new resort complex in the New Jersey city. The book is written from Bronson’s perspective, as he was Wynn’s right-hand man during the fight.

“The War at the Shore” is part of Spike’s strategy to return to scripted programming with limited event series, which the network unveiled last April.
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Our favorite "Pretty Little Liars" #BooRadleyVanCullen tweets from "Will the Circle Be Unbroken"

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Well, #BooRadleyVanCullen trended again last night — for the third time during season 3B. Just, you know, the most social media savvy show ever, the most tweeted about program of all time, and AfterEllen readers continuing to be the best thing about the best thing. And here's why:

*whispers "Paige McCullers" into the wind. #BooRadleyVanCullen #pll

— Dana Piccoli (@DanaPiccoli) March 6, 2013

Jesus Christ! Mona is a walking, talking Restricted Section of the Hogwarts Library and she's just taunting Hermione #BooRadleyVanCullen

— Lucy Hallowell (@lucyhallowell) March 6, 2013

Omg Mona you are essentially Spencer's evil angel. #booradleyvancullen

— Ryley Pogensky (@BoizeBite) March 6, 2013

Rewarding kindness? Like how you rewarded Hanna's kindness by mauling her over wiht a car? #booradleyvancullen

Pll Obsessed (@PLLobsessed_25) March 6, 2013

I bet Mona's favorite line of scripture is Hosea 8:7 -- "They shall reap the whirlwind." #booradleyvancullen

Andy Reaser (@AndyReaser) March 6, 2013

"I believe in second chances." Mona does think she's God,
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Kate Winslet: A Thoroughly Modern Millie

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When Melissa Leo blames her Academy Award f-bomb on her "Mildred Pierce" co-star, Kate Winslet, somehow it only makes Kate more attractive. The crush object of men and women alike apparently curses like a sailor and Leo says she picked it up like just another accent (though I'm thinking Melissa was cursing way before she met Kate). And in the on-set visit (video below), Winslet's "Mildred Pierce" fellow cast members rave about her comedic antics, claiming that she had them rolling with laughter. I defy anyone not to fall in love with her.

The HBO miniseries, based on James M. Cain's 1941 novel, chronicles the struggles of a Depression era divorced, single mother who does everything she can to be a success on her own--transforming herself from housewife to business woman. Obsessed with her daughter Veda (Evan Rachel Wood), Mildred eventually suffers the consequences of raising an extremely spoiled, self-centered child who,
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Tijuana Entertainment Taps Executives

Reality producer Tijuana Entertainment has hired David Gross as Svp development. He most recently served as VP reality programming at Lifetime. Additionally, Wally Parks has been promoted to VP production and Angela Solis has joined the company as executive in charge of production. Troy Searer and John Foy’s Tijuana Entertainments produces A&E’s Strange Days with Bob Saget, I’m Heavy and Obsessed, Own’s Inside Rehab and MTV’s Is She Really Going out with Him?
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Competing Eating Disorder Cable Series

Own: The Oprah Winfrey Network has added another new unscripted series to its primetime lineup: Inside Rehab. The 8-episode hourlong docu-series, from Harpo Studios and Tijuana Entertainment’s Troy Searer and John Foy (Obsessed), follows eating disorder patients at a treatment facility as they undergo an intensive 42-day recovery program. The announcement comes a day after E! said it has ordered "What's Eating You?," a six-episode docu-series about eating disorders to air in the fall. Own is set to launch in January.
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