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The Cricket's Daily 3: Who owns the word 'brave'?

Published December 23, 2011 9:50 am
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Here's what's happening today in pop culture:

• Because lawyers don't have enough to do in December, the Atlanta Braves are complaining that Disney/Pixar's upcoming film "Brave" infringes on the baseball team's copyright. [Stitch Kingdom]

• Harrison Ford will appear in "Ender's Game," the movie version of Utah writer Orson Scott Card's popular science-fiction novel - joining a cast that includes kid stars Asa Butterfield ("Hugo"), Hailie Steinfeld ("True Grit") and Abigail Breslin. [New York]

• Fox News sends out Christmas cards that celebrate the true spirit of the holiday: Gloating about your ratings. [The Hollywood Reporter]






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