Morning Shots: Heather Locklear, Video At Home, And The Word Of The Year

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• To the surprise of very few, Disney is putting on a Best Picture campaign for Up. With ten nominees, a snub of Up would be even more shocking than last year's non-nomination of WALL-E, but everybody's got to make sure the marketing is covered.

• People in theater really love Glee. Please restrain your shock.

• The Word Of The Year is unfriend? If that is the case, we have gotten very bad at making up new words.

A new friend on Twitter, the future of movies at home, and Heather Locklear, after the jump.

• In our continuing quest to be your single source for all things NPH, we must note that the man himself joined Twitter yesterday (his authenticity confirmed by others), and he already has, as I am writing this, more than 44,000 followers. (Including me.)

• NPR ran a piece yesterday you might want to check out about the possible impact of allowing consumers to see first-run movies at home.

• Alan Sepinwall ponders in today's column whether Heather Locklear can save Melrose Place — for the second time.



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