Here's what's going on in the world of entertainment this morning:
- A bit of a step up from the 14-second sneak peek we got of the "Twilight" saga's "New Moon" earlier this week - starting Monday, free tickets will be distributed for a 16-minute trailer for one of the most anticipated movies of the year, "Avatar," directed by James Cameron. 101 Imax venues will carry the trailer in the U.S. and Canada, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
- CBS and the Television Academy have reversed course on the controversial decision to "time-shift" on eight of the Emmy Awards given out during the September 20th telecast, according to The Los Angeles Times. Now all 28 awards will be given out live on the air. "This decision was made to mend relationships within the television community and to allow executive producer Don Mischer to focus his full attention on producing the creative elements in the telecast," said the Academy's Chairman/CEO John Shaffner.
- Sony Pictures Classics is looking to distribute Heath Ledger's final film, "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus," according to Variety.
- Ten years later, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" is not quite the ratings bonanza it once was for ABC, but they're getting better, reports The New York Times.