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MTV Brings Back 'Unplugged' for Keys (AP)
Alicia Keys arrives at the MTV Awards at the American Airlines Arena Sunday Aug. 28, 2005 in Miami, Fla.  The singer and pianist will perform an acoustic set for the previously dormant MTV series, 'MTV Unplugged,' to air Sept. 23, 2005. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Alicia Keys has resurrected "MTV Unplugged." The singer and pianist has performed an acoustic set for the dormant MTV series, to air Sept. 23 (10 p.m. ET). MTV also announced Tuesday that the show will first premiere Sept. 15 on Overdrive, MTV's broadband network.


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Garfunkel Faces Another Pot Charge in NY (AP)
Art Garfunkel poses backstage at the Grammy Awards, on Feb. 23, 2003, in New York.  Garfunkel, who pleaded guilty last year to pot possession in upstate New York, was charged again Sunday, Aug. 28, 2005, after a marijuana cigarette was allegedly found in the ashtray of his car, state police said. The 63-year-old Garfunkel, who lives in Manhattan, was charged after being pulled over for failing to stop his vehicle at a stop sign in Woodstock, N.Y., The Daily Freeman of Kingston reported Tuesday. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)AP - Singer Art Garfunkel, who pleaded guilty last year to pot possession in upstate New York, was charged again Sunday after a marijuana cigarette was allegedly found in the ashtray of his car, state police said.


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Michael Jackson Relaxes in Visit to Dubai (AP)
U.S. popstar Michael Jackson is seen in this recent undated photograph released Sunday, Aug. 28, 2005 by Mohammed Ben Sulayem's news release in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Jackson flew to Dubai from Bahrain a week ago and plans to stay for a few days more at a private residence in Dubai, news released says. (AP Photo/Str)AP - He ate Buffalo wings. He took a speedboat to a luxury villa on a manmade island. He buzzed around the Emirate with a race car driver and a prince.


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Lawyer Verbally Attacked in Blake Case (AP)
Actor Robert Blake talks to the media as he arrives Monday, Aug. 29, 2005, at the courthouse in Burbank, Calif., before the start of jury selection in the  lawsuit filed against Blake in the death of his wife, Bonny Lee Bakely. The lawsuit was filed in 2002 on behalf of Bakley's four children.  (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Jury selection in the civil wrongful death case against Robert Blake moved forward Tuesday after one prospective juror verbally attacked the lawyer who filed the lawsuit.


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Fall Films Include Country Stars, Geisha (AP)
This promotional photo provided by Warner Bros. Pictures shows actors, from left, Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley, Daniel Radcliff as Harry Potter and Emma Watson as Hermione Granger in a scene from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, slated for release in fall 2005. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures, Murray Close)AP - Hollywood's long, dreary summer finally is over. Now it's on to the good stuff. And it better be good, if film studios hope to salvage what's shaping up as the worst year for movie attendance since the late 1990s.


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Film review: Separate Lies (Reuters)
Reuters - "Separate Lies" is a chamber piece for movies -- a few crucial characters, soothing locations and precise storytelling with nary a shot nor line of dialogue wasted.

MTV Brings Back 'Unplugged' for Keys (AP)
Alicia Keys arrives at the MTV Awards at the American Airlines Arena Sunday Aug. 28, 2005 in Miami, Fla.  The singer and pianist will perform an acoustic set for the previously dormant MTV series, 'MTV Unplugged,' to air Sept. 23, 2005. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Alicia Keys has resurrected "MTV Unplugged." The singer and pianist has performed an acoustic set for the dormant MTV series, to air Sept. 23 (10 p.m. ET). MTV also announced Tuesday that the show will first premiere Sept. 15 on Overdrive, MTV's broadband network.


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MTV Brings Back 'Unplugged' for Keys (AP)
Alicia Keys arrives at the MTV Awards at the American Airlines Arena Sunday Aug. 28, 2005 in Miami, Fla.  The singer and pianist will perform an acoustic set for the previously dormant MTV series, 'MTV Unplugged,' to air Sept. 23, 2005. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Alicia Keys has resurrected "MTV Unplugged." The singer and pianist has performed an acoustic set for the dormant MTV series, to air Sept. 23 (10 p.m. ET). MTV also announced Tuesday that the show will first premiere Sept. 15 on Overdrive, MTV's broadband network.


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Primetime Monday Ratings: Fox Wins; Solid Sampling for Prison Break (Mediaweek.com)
Mediaweek.com - -Ratings Breakdown: Fox got a boost last night, with the two-hour premiere of the action-packed Prison Break at a second-place 7.5/11 in the overnights from 8-10 p.m. Prison Break built as the night progressed as follows: 8:00 p.m.: 6.9/11, 8:30 p.m.: 7.4/11, 9:00 p.m.: 7.6/11, 9:30 p.m.: 7.8/11.

Pittsburgh Public Has American Premiere of Ayckbourn's 'RolePlay'; Pappas Announces Cast (Playbill)
Playbill - Rehearsals began Aug. 30 for the American premiere of Alan Ayckbourn's comedy RolePlay at Pittsburgh Public Theater.

Film review: Separate Lies (Reuters)
Reuters - "Separate Lies" is a chamber piece for movies -- a few crucial characters, soothing locations and precise storytelling with nary a shot nor line of dialogue wasted.

'Lord of the Rings' Royalty Suit Settled (AP)
AP - Hollywood producer Saul Zaentz and New Line Cinema have reached a settlement over Zaentz's claim he was owed an additional $20 million in royalties from the "Lord of the Rings" films.

Producer's Return of the Bling (E! Online)
Saul Zaentz, the 
 veteran Hollywood producer behind such Oscar-winning flicks as One 
 Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and The English Patient, has 
 reached a settlement with New Line Cinema in his $20 million lawsuit 
 over profits from The Lord of the Rings trilogy.E! Online - Saul Zaentz, the veteran Hollywood producer behind such Oscar-winning flicks as One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and The English Patient, has reached a settlement with New Line Cinema in his $20 million lawsuit over profits from The Lord of the Rings trilogy.


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Highlights of Hollywood's Fall Film Lineup (AP)
AP - Highlights of the fall film slate. Release dates are subject to change, and some films will play in limited release.

Fall Films Include Country Stars, Geisha (AP)
This promotional photo provided by Warner Bros. Pictures shows actors, from left, Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley, Daniel Radcliff as Harry Potter and Emma Watson as Hermione Granger in a scene from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, slated for release in fall 2005. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures, Murray Close)AP - Hollywood's long, dreary summer finally is over. Now it's on to the good stuff. And it better be good, if film studios hope to salvage what's shaping up as the worst year for movie attendance since the late 1990s.


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Faris, Izzard 'Ex' factors for comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Anna Faris and British comedian Eddie Izzard have signed on to join Uma Thurman and Luke Wilson in Ivan Reitman's comedy "Super Ex."

Stones ride with NASCAR for cinema promotion (Reuters)
The Rolling Stones perform at Frank Clair Stadium in Ottawa August 28, 2005. (Chris Wattie/Reuters)Reuters - The Rolling Stones and NASCAR have partnered for a promotional video that rolls into cinemas nationwide September 2.


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Hollywood turns dramatic, talks Oscar for fall (Reuters)
For the film 'Munich,' Steven Spielberg re-visits the 1972 massacre of 11 Israeli athletes after they were taken hostage by Palestinians during the Munich Olympics. Spielberg (3rd L) on the set of 'Munich', in the town of Rabat, outside Valletta, July 5, 2005. (Darrin Zammit Lupi/Reuters)Reuters - After a summer when weary action flicks and television remakes failed to fire up movie fans, Hollywood hopes to turn things around this autumn with films that put new faces and the Oscar race in the spotlight.


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Schreiber Grateful for 'Glengarry' Cursing (AP)
Actor Liev Schreiber poses with the Tony Award he won for Best performance by AFeatured Actor in a Play for 'Glengarry Glen Ross' at the 2005 Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York on Sunday, June 5, 2005. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - For four months, Liev Schreiber did eight intense shows a week in a Broadway production of "Glengarry Glen Ross." At the same time, he was editing his film directing debut, "Everything Is Illuminated." How did he do it? The profanity in the play helped.


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Schwarzenegger Museum in Austria to Close (AP)
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger talks during a helicopter tour on Jan. 12, 2005, over the site of Monday's hillside collapse that buried houses under tons of mud and debris in La Conchita, Calif.Schwarzenegger should be stripped of citizenship in his native Austria for approving the execution of a convicted killer, a leading Austrian politician said Saturday, Jan. 22, 2005. Peter Pilz, a top official with the environmentalist Green Party, said the Austria-born Schwarzenegger no longer is worthy of citizenship in his homeland because he broke the law by clearing Donald Beardslee's execution on Wednesday.  (AP Photo/Robert Galbraith, Pool)AP - A tiny Arnold Schwarzenegger museum featuring some of the training equipment once used by the body builder-turned-actor-turned-California governor is about to close, officials said Tuesday.


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MTV Brings Back 'Unplugged' for Keys (AP)
Alicia Keys arrives at the MTV Awards at the American Airlines Arena Sunday Aug. 28, 2005 in Miami, Fla.  The singer and pianist will perform an acoustic set for the previously dormant MTV series, 'MTV Unplugged,' to air Sept. 23, 2005. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Alicia Keys has resurrected "MTV Unplugged." The singer and pianist has performed an acoustic set for the dormant MTV series, to air Sept. 23 (10 p.m. ET). MTV also announced Tuesday that the show will first premiere Sept. 15 on Overdrive, MTV's broadband network.


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Dylan looks back with PBS documentary, CDs, books (Reuters)
Bob Dylan's back pages will open wide in the next month as a torrent of retrospective product precedes the PBS premiere of Martin Scorsese's documentary about the celebrated and heretofore inscrutable singer-songwriter. In this photo, Dylan performs at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, in this May 5, 2004 file photo. (Robert Galbraith/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Bob Dylan's back pages will open wide in the next month as a torrent of retrospective product precedes the PBS premiere of Martin Scorsese's documentary about the celebrated and heretofore inscrutable singer-songwriter.


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Juliana Hatfield on a twisted trip to 'China' (Reuters)
Musician Juliana Hatfield is shown in an undated self portrait released as a publicity photo August 30, 2005. The indie rocker has released 'Made in China', a cathartic, aggressive album with sonic dissonance worthy of Neil Young or John Cale. NO SALES NO ARCHIVES (Juliana Hatfield/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Even when she's in love, Juliana Hatfield is miserable. Not that she always realizes it.


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Creative says has patent covering iPod technology (Reuters)
Reuters - Creative Technology, a maker of portable music players, on Tuesday said it was awarded a U.S. patent that applied to Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod and other rivals.

Kanye Keeps Early Rap Locked Down (E! Online)
As his new album, 
 Late Registration, hit stores Tuesday, the Grammy-winning hip-hop 
 star launched a legal attack seeking to block the release of tracks 
 recorded when he was just a teenager.E! Online - As his new album, Late Registration, hit stores Tuesday, the Grammy-winning hip-hop star launched a legal attack seeking to block the release of tracks recorded when he was just a teenager.


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Springsteen makes the academic grade in New Jersey (Reuters)
'A Marxist Perspective on 'Darkness on the Edge of Town'' and 'The Boss and the Bible' are among the academic papers to be presented when a New Jersey university hosts an academic symposium devoted entirely to Bruce Springsteen. Shown here, Springsteen inducts Irish rock group U2 into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York March 14, 2005. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - "A Marxist Perspective on 'Darkness on the Edge of Town"' and "The Boss and the Bible" are among the academic papers to be presented when a New Jersey university hosts an academic symposium devoted entirely to Bruce Springsteen.


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Michael Jackson Relaxes in Visit to Dubai (AP)
U.S. popstar Michael Jackson is seen in this recent undated photograph released Sunday, Aug. 28, 2005 by Mohammed Ben Sulayem's news release in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Jackson flew to Dubai from Bahrain a week ago and plans to stay for a few days more at a private residence in Dubai, news released says. (AP Photo/Str)AP - He ate Buffalo wings. He took a speedboat to a luxury villa on a manmade island. He buzzed around the Emirate with a race car driver and a prince.


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Game Kicked Out of Fashion Convention (AP)
AP - The rapper Game says he was kicked out of a major fashion convention in Las Vegas on Tuesday because organizers thought he was involved in the shooting of Suge Knight and feared retaliation.

Death Cab Makes Push for the Big Time (AP)
The band Death Cab For Cutie, from left, Jason McGerr(drums), Chris Walla (guitar/keyboards), Nick Harmer (bass) and Ben Gibbbard(guitar and vocals), pose in New York's Central park on August 18, 2005. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - The sensitive, polite, nice guys that are Death Cab for Cutie were reared in the Seattle area during the heyday of grunge.


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Alison Krauss Leads Bluegrass Nominees (AP)
AP - Alison Krauss & Union Station received 14 Bluegrass Music Awards nominations Tuesday, including entertainer of the year.

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