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Morning Shots: Martha Stewart, Anthony Hopkins, And A Totally Creepy Baby

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Anthony Hopkins is playing Alfred Hitchcock in the upcoming film Hitchcock, and the first photos have emerged of his carefully created jowls. [E! Online]

Meanwhile, Martha Stewart has a new home at PBS, where she'll present Martha Stewart's Cooking School starting this fall. [TVNewser]

Those hoping to catch the BBC coverage of the Queen's diamond jubilee might want to cross their fingers for labor peace: the broadcasting unions, dissatisfied with the BBC's current negotiating positions, are threatening to strike at that most inopportune time. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Christopher Owens, frontman of the band Girls, apparently believes that nothing should be called "Girls" again, ever, except for his band. Thus, he is not at all happy that HBO had the audacity to call its new series ... well, you know. [HitFix]

If you like satellites and football, and if you're watching how much work is currently going into keeping people from leaving their televisions, you might enjoy this news about DirecTV cutting the price of their NFL Sunday Ticket package. [The Hollywood Reporter]

THIS BABY HAS BEEN MADE TO LOOK LIKE A MONSTER. [AdWeek]

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