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fvrl'OiriiWR--:-' the News & Notes Skupln 2D RENO GAZETTE-JOURNAL 'Survivor' survivor Fire plagues Skupin Michael Skupin's days as a "Survivor" contestant may be over, but the challenges . keep coming. Fire broke out Thursday in a '. building where Skupin was setting up an 1 office for his motivational speaking business in Oakland County's Waterford Township, Mich., a suburb northwest of Detroit. He grabbed an I 1 - extinguisher and tried to l l battle the flames, but gave ' J rjlhtfr V; up because of heavy smoke. ! 1 i . : The fire caused minor damage and was put out quickly, Capt. Steve Booth said. It apparently started in a bathroom exhaust fan. No one was injured. Skupin, 39, was forced to leave the CBS I reality television series "Survivor: The ; Australian Outback" after his hands were 1 badly burned when he passed out over a ', fire. ; Last September, he and his family escaped serious injury when a twin-engine plane in !. which they were riding crash-landed along the Lake Michigan shoreline in Petoskey. "People are beginning to wonder," Skupin said in a phone interview Thursday. Associated Press Saying no to Playboy Emme keeps her clothes on Plus-size model Emme is saying thanks, . but no thanks, to a letter she received in the mail, asking her to pose for Playboy 1 magazine. I was pretty slack-jawed," the 38-year-old told People magazine for its Jan. 14 issue. "I thought to myself, 'I want to frame this letter and put it in my I office." ! Emme has modeled her J full-figured frame for more than a decade, and said she considers the Playboy offer ! "a lovely compliment," but ; turned it down because of her feminist principles. I But ner husband-manager, Phillip ; Aronson, was far more receptive to the idea. The couple had their first child, a son I named Toby Cole Aronson, on Aug. 9. I "He said to me, 'I know you don't want 1 to do this, you are more than just your ! body, but boy, wouldn't that be cool?'" Associated Press ; Greta Van Susteren So what's all the fuss? i Lawyer and TV personality Greta Van Susteren has a question about the news ; coverage over her upcoming job change: ; What's all the fuss? I "It's been everything from The New York J Times, USA Today, The New York Post, ; The Washington Post, The Atlanta Journal-; Constitution, we've had every newspaper call," she told The Post-Crescent of ; Appleton, Wis., her hometown, in a telephone interview reported Thursday. "In some ways it's sort of silly. , I'm changing jobs, and I've got the ; entire media looking at it as though i there's something sinister or bizarre ! about it. I'm just changing jobs." J Van Susteren, who rose to prominence at CNN as a legal A Emme Associated Press RAISING ANCHOR: Greta Van Susteren says her move to Fox is no big deal. analyst during the O.J. Simpson trials, had until recently Deen host of "The Point," a weeknight show created for her, and co-host of the daytime legal program "Burden of Proof." With her move to Fox News Channel, plans call for her to be host of a nightly talk show starting sometime after Feb. 1, depending on when CNN decides to release her from her contract. Van Susteren said she received a "very generous offer" to stay at CNN but chose to move to try something different. "I've been at CNN for lOyears. It's just fun to do something new," she said. Associated Press Casting 'Santa Clause 2' ready to roll Elizabeth Mitchell has been cast opposite Tim Allen in the Walt Disney Co.'s "Santa Clause 2," set to begin filming in Vancouver, British Columbia, next month with a holiday 2002 release date. Mitchell plays Allen's love interest in the film; the two meet through Allen's son's school, where Mitchell is the principal. Several of the original 1994 film's stars are returning alongside Allen, including David KrumhoTtz, Judge Reinhold and Wendy Crewson. In addition, child star Spencer Breslin ("Disney's The Kid") has been cast in a new role. Mitchell starred as Dr. Kim Legaspi in a recurring role on NBC's "ER." Hollywood Reporter Scl Fl Channel Aykroyd goes 'Out There' Sci Fi Channel is looking to corner cable TV's paranormal market. Sci Fi takes another step into the world of the paranormal with "Dan Aykroyd's Out 1 here, a late-night talk show to be hosted by "Ghostbusters" star and "Saturday Night Live" alumnus Dan Aykroyd. Aykroyd . i y . aaiarnj ii j n Allen SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2002 Billed as an interactive talk show on the paranormal, the half-hour strip each night is to feature Aykroyd, celebrity guests and everyday people discussing topics of the bizarre and unexplainable. The show will nave an interactive component, with viewers able to correspond with the show via the network's Web site, www.scifi.com. "Out There" will serve as a companion piece to Sci Fi's other paranormal reality series, "Crossing Over With iohn Edward," in which lost Edward serves as a medium to talk to the souls of the dead who have "crossed over." The series, which begins production in New York this month, will be launched in the second quarter. Hollywood Reporter New film on the block Donnie Wahlberg in 'Bloom' Dennis Hopper, Donnie Wahlberg and Deborah Unger have joined the cast of the indie feature "Leopold Bloom" for first-time feature director Mehdi Norowzian. Shooting begins in the first quarter of this year. The trio will star alongside Joseph Fiennes, Elisabeth Shue and Sam Shepard in the project, written by brother and sister Massy and Amir Tadiedin. "Leopold" is the story of a young mother (Shue) plagued by a tragic mistake that results in her alienating her little boy. At the same time, a brilliant writer (Fiennes) is released from prison after serving a 15-year sentence and begins working at Vic's Diner, run by Shepard's character. The stories converge as the man must overcome obstacles of the past to save the little boy and, ultimately, himself. Hopper will play the owner of Vic's Diner, with Wahlberg starring as Shue's boyfriend and Unger set to play a diner employee. Hollywood Reporter Today's birthdays 'Love Boat' Lange is 55 Sun Records founder Sam Phillips is 79. Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale is 74. Actor Robert Duvall is 71. Football Hall-of-Fame coach Chuck Noll is 70. King Juan Carlos of Spain is 64. Talk show host Charlie Rose is 60. Actress-director Diane . 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