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Daily Hollywood – “Dragon Tattoo” Drama, Peter Jackson’s New Doc, and More

Lilian Min |
December 5, 2011 | 12:27 a.m. PST

Associate Entertainment Editor

‘80s icon Bo Derek will be hitting up TV screens not once, but twice this upcoming season: she’ll be guest starring on both Chuck and CSI: Miami. (EW

Uh oh, critics drama: New Yorker movie critic David Denby released a review for the upcoming David Fincher film The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, a month before its general release date. Producer Scott Rudin has responded by barring the man from all of his future film screenings. (The Hollywood Reporter

Dexter is currently on its sixth season, and was recently renewed for a seventh and an eighth, but these two new seasons will probably be the series’ last, according to Showtime president David Nevins. (Vulture)

Live Schreiber is currently the voice of HBO Sports (they have a sports division?), but he probably has to give that gig up soon; Schreiber has been tapped for the leading man role in Showtime’s upcoming drama Ray Donovan. (Deadline)

When not working on a certain prequel to a certain award and box office winning fantasy trilogy, Peter Jackson and his production company have been hard at work on a documentary called West of Memphis, which seeks to exonerate the West Memphis Three completely of their crimes. (Variety

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