Why the actors' strike won't happen.
The statement, based on this rather threadbare set of assertions, concludes that both lawyers denounce the court's "false and reprehensible statement" disputing the notion that Fidler demanded television coverage.
No word from HBO on whether the film will be changed again. (link)
Correction, June 18, 2008: Because of an editing error, a promotional headline for this piece on Slate's home page originally referred to von Stauffenberg as a Nazi. He was a German officer but not a member of the Nazi Party.
Kim Masters is an NPR correspondent and the author of The Keys to the Kingdom: The Rise of Michael Eisner and the Fall of Everyone Else.
Photograph of Jack Nicholson by Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images. Historically accurate photograph of Claus von Stauffenberg from AP Photo. Photograph of Roman Polanski by Bill Bridges/Globe Photos, courtesy HBO.