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· One Tree Hill celebrates its 100th episode with a very special one in which Chad Michael Murray slips into autopilot while secretly fantasizing to himself about how nice it would be to break free of The CW ghetto for the feature movie career he so richly deserves. [Variety]
· Peter Berg signs on to direct Dune for Paramount, presumably righting whatever wrongs were committed against the sacred source material by David Lynch's Sting-in-a-licorice-thong version. [Variety]
· McLovin works! The voice talents of Christopher Mintz-Plasse, along with Superbad buddy and child insult comic Jonah Hill, will be employed to thrilling effect in Dreamworks's computer-animated fantasy, How to Train Your Dragon. [THR]

· NBC gets a piece of the reality cooking competition action with The Chipping Block, starring chef Marco Pierre White as The Guy Who Yells A Lot in the Big White Hat. [Variety]
· Notoriously rep-choosy auteur Steven Soderbergh, who's had no agent or manager since 2005, has settled upon Anonymous Content's Michael Sugar. So long as he doesn't get too clingy. [THR]
· Metropolitan Talent Agency is laying off most of its staff, and is close to shutting down completely. Its clients include Peter Fonda, Michael York, Debbie Reynolds, Parker Stevenson and, finally, LeVar Burton, who'll need someone to scoop him up quickly to negotiate the deal for him to star as David Paterson in Three-Diamond Girl: Ashley Alexandra Dupré and the Fall of the House of Spitzer. [THR]