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Julliard and Signature Partner; Landis Films at BAM

• Starting in Fall 2012, the new home of the Signature Theater company will host an annual residency for Julliard's drama students, reported The New York Times. This collaboration coincides with the formation of a Julliard's new master's program in theater to help students transition into a working actor's career.

• "Arrested Development" will return on Netflix, reported Los Angels Times. Along with "House of Cards," this makes two original series that Netflix will stream, notice I didn't say air because it's not TV. I just hope this isn't one of Job's illusions.

• It's possible you haven't heard of John Landis, but you know something of his work: "Animal House," "Blues Brothers," and "Trading Places." BAM is screening eight of Landis' films next week. Read his interview with The New York Times.

• Judd Apatow wants an Oscar category for Best Comedy. In other words, he wants a shot at winning an Oscar without writing a drama or a comedy so good it's nominated for Best Picture. Check it out at Los Angeles Times.

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