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  • Make your big-screen debut, Batman-style

    Make your big-screen debut, Batman-style

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 1:22 PM EDT2014-09-16 17:22:22 GMT
    You might be able to make your big-screen appearance superhero-style.A message on the Michigan Film Office's website is calling for extras to star in a Warner Brothers film, and most industry experts say it's for the film "Batman v. Superman."In a posting on its website, Warner Bros. says it will film Oct. 16 and 17 in Lansing. The film is being shot in and around Detroit.The British website Casting Talent s ays the call is definitely for "Batman v. Superman," which is due for release in 2016...
    You might be able to make your big-screen appearance superhero-style.A message on the Michigan Film Office's website is calling for extras to star in a Warner Brothers film, and most industry experts say it's for the film "Batman v. Superman."In a posting on its website, Warner Bros. says it will film Oct. 16 and 17 in Lansing. The film is being shot in and around Detroit.The British website Casting Talent s ays the call is definitely for "Batman v. Superman," which is due for release in 2016...
  • Detroit bankruptcy trial resumes after three-day break

    Detroit bankruptcy trial resumes after three-day break

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:21 AM EDT2014-09-15 10:21:21 GMT
    DETROIT (AP) - A judge is set to resume Detroit's bankruptcy trial after a three-day break tied to a settlement with a major creditor.Judge Steven Rhodes is hearing evidence to help him decide whether Detroit's plan is fair to creditors and feasible for the city in the years ahead. He suspended the trial last week until Monday.The timeout allowed Detroit to iron out settlement details with bond insurer Syncora and other parties and also to try to reach a deal with another bond insurer.The jud...
    DETROIT (AP) - A judge is set to resume Detroit's bankruptcy trial after a three-day break tied to a settlement with a major creditor.Judge Steven Rhodes is hearing evidence to help him decide whether Detroit's plan is fair to creditors and feasible for the city in the years ahead. He suspended the trial last week until Monday.The timeout allowed Detroit to iron out settlement details with bond insurer Syncora and other parties and also to try to reach a deal with another bond insurer.The jud...
  • Federal officials warn of counterfeit sports items

    Federal officials warn of counterfeit sports items

    Federal officials are cautioning sports fans to help protect themselves against counterfeit merchandise and tickets as professional football season gets underway.
    Federal officials are cautioning sports fans to help protect themselves against counterfeit merchandise and tickets as professional football season gets underway.