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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Neve Campbell
The man widely known as "Big" gets even bigger: He's playing J.P. Morgan, one of history's towering business magnates.
It would be hard for any thriller to top the terrifying, instantly iconic setpiece murder sequence that opened the original "Scream" in 1996. But "Scream 4," once again directed by Wes Craven and scripted by Kevin Williamson, sure tries.
Royal drama "The King's Speech" faced off Sunday against a ballet thriller, an Internet drama and a tine-twisting sci-fi tale for Britain's top film prizes _ a foretaste of the Academy Awards in Hollywood later this month.
Colin Firth has won the best actor prize at Britain's top film awards, on a night that saw "The King's Speech" take a fistful of prizes.