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'Exorcism of Emily Rose' Bedevils Rivals (AP)
In this photo provided by Screen Gems, Father Moore (Tom Wilkinson) performs an exorcism on a young girl, and is later accused of negligent homicide in 'The Exorcism of Emily Rose.'   (AP Photo/Screen Gems/Diyah Pera)AP - "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" bedeviled its competition in its box-office debut this weekend, hauling in $30.2 million with its mix of courtroom drama and classic horror.


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Martin Shows Versatility With 'Shopgirl' (AP)
Steve Martin, left, and Claire Danes pose for a photograph in Toronto, Friday, Sept. 9 2005. Martin plays renaissance man as `Shopgirl' writer, producer, and star. Danes also stars in the movie. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)AP - More so than at perhaps any other time in his career, Steve Martin has a film that showcases his versatility. "Shopgirl" started with Martin's prose, his best-selling novella about a depressive wallflower pursued by a rich older man and an awkward young slacker.


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Lewis Honored at Emmy Creative Arts Awards (AP)
Comedian Jerry Lewis poses backstage after being honored with the Governor's Award at the Creative Emmy Awards Sunday, Sept. 11, 2005, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Jerry Lewis was honored Sunday with the television academy's prestigious Governors Award for his decades of work on behalf of charity.


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Disney Opens Theme Park in Hong Kong (AP)
A visitor hugs Mickey Mouse after the grand opening of the Hong Kong Disneyland Monday, Sept. 12, 2005. It is Disney's first-ever vacation resort in China. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)AP - Hong Kong Disneyland threw open its gates to the public Monday, marking Mickey Mouse's biggest push into China — a market the U.S. company hopes will flood the theme park with splurging tourists from the world's most populous nation.


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Designers Unveil Dress at NY Fashion Week (AP)
Detail of a model's outfit during the showing of the Luca Luca spring 2006 collection, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2005, during Fashion Week in New York. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)AP - Diane von Furstenberg's spring collection of skirt suits, Bermuda shorts and, of course, wrap dresses is sophisticated yet has the designer's signature touches of flamboyance.


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"Emily Rose" Emasculates "The Man" (E! Online)
Audiences rushed to 
 The Exorcism of Emily Rose. The horror-based courtroom drama 
 scared up a remarkable $30.2 million over its opening weekend, startling 
 even distributor Sony.E! Online - Audiences rushed to The Exorcism of Emily Rose. The horror-based courtroom drama scared up a remarkable $30.2 million over its opening weekend, startling even distributor Sony.


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Clarkson Forced to Cancel 3 More Shows (AP)
Singer Kelly Clarkson arrives at the MTV Awards at the American Airlines Arena in this Aug. 28, 2005 file photo, in Miami. Bronchitis has forced Clarkson to cancel three more concerts in Nevada and Washington. The 'Breakaway' singer called off two performances in California earlier in the week. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File)AP - Bronchitis has forced Kelly Clarkson to cancel three more concerts in Nevada and Washington.


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Lewis Honored at Emmy Creative Arts Awards (AP)
Comedian Jerry Lewis poses backstage after being honored with the Governor's Award at the Creative Emmy Awards Sunday, Sept. 11, 2005, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Jerry Lewis was honored Sunday with the television academy's prestigious Governors Award for his decades of work on behalf of charity.


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Disney opens new park as smog casts pall over HK (Reuters)
Reuters - Walt Disney Co. officially opened its new Hong Kong theme park on Monday, exporting a piece of the Magic Kingdom to China's doorstep in a bold bid to gain a bigger foothold in the vast Chinese market.

Billboard album reviews (Reuters)
Reuters - NEW YORK (Billboard) - Thirty-five years into his solo career, Paul McCartney continues to surprise, opening this set with four of his best songs in ages. The single "Fine Line" is top-notch piano pop a la "Lady Madonna"; "How Kind of You" is at once moody, sentimental and cliche-free; "Jenny Wren" is a lovely acoustic ballad with shades of "Blackbird"; and "At the Mercy" brims with melodic delights. The rest of "Chaos" cannot compete with that introductory salvo, but even the least entertaining material (the stuffy "English Tea," the "just be happy" ditty "Too Much Rain") is mercifully brief. Elsewhere, McCartney dabbles in Latin lilt ("A Certain Softness"), nods to "Because"-style layered harmonies (the peppy "Promise to You Girl") and, on the unnamed hidden track, plugs in for three short garage-y jams. Macca's not getting any younger, but on "Chaos," he proves he still has a few tricks up his sleeve.

"Emily Rose" Emasculates "The Man" (E! Online)
Audiences rushed to 
 The Exorcism of Emily Rose. The horror-based courtroom drama 
 scared up a remarkable $30.2 million over its opening weekend, startling 
 even distributor Sony.E! Online - Audiences rushed to The Exorcism of Emily Rose. The horror-based courtroom drama scared up a remarkable $30.2 million over its opening weekend, startling even distributor Sony.


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MPAA: Kids Can't Handle "Truth" (E! Online)
That's 
 the verdict of the Motion Picture Association of America, whose Ratings 
 and Classifications Board has upheld the dreaded NC-17 rating it slapped 
 on Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan's new art-house drama, Where the 
 Truth Lies, because it featured a menage a trois.E! Online - That's the verdict of the Motion Picture Association of America, whose Ratings and Classifications Board has upheld the dreaded NC-17 rating it slapped on Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan's new art-house drama, Where the Truth Lies, because it featured a menage a trois.


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'Exorcism of Emily Rose' Bedevils Rivals (AP)
In this photo provided by Screen Gems, Father Moore (Tom Wilkinson) performs an exorcism on a young girl, and is later accused of negligent homicide in 'The Exorcism of Emily Rose.'   (AP Photo/Screen Gems/Diyah Pera)AP - "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" bedeviled its competition in its box-office debut this weekend, hauling in $30.2 million with its mix of courtroom drama and classic horror.


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Martin Shows Versatility With 'Shopgirl' (AP)
Steve Martin, left, and Claire Danes pose for a photograph in Toronto, Friday, Sept. 9 2005. Martin plays renaissance man as `Shopgirl' writer, producer, and star. Danes also stars in the movie. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)AP - More so than at perhaps any other time in his career, Steve Martin has a film that showcases his versatility. "Shopgirl" started with Martin's prose, his best-selling novella about a depressive wallflower pursued by a rich older man and an awkward young slacker.


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Hopkins brings speeding senior to Toronto festival (Reuters)
Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins, who has played Hitler, Hannibal Lecter and Captain Bligh, says it was a joy to lighten up for his latest movie, the tale of a speed-hungry senior citizen who became a racing legend.The movie received a standing ovation at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday evening. In this photo Hopkins is seen as he arrives to attend a photocall in Venice September 5, 2005. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins, who has played Hitler, Hannibal Lecter and Captain Bligh, says it was a joy to lighten up for his latest movie, the tale of a speed-hungry senior citizen who became a racing legend.


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Venice packs away red carpet but questions future (Reuters)
Reuters - Still smarting from a bungled, Hollywood-heavy 2004, this year's Venice festival balanced glamour with arthouse films. But organizers said on Sunday the event's future was uncertain without a new headquarters.

Pot icon Tommy Chong makes movie of his imprisonment (Reuters)
Reuters - Comedian Tommy Chong has spent almost three decades wringing laughs from cigar-sized joints and smoke-filled vans but now a nine-month jail term has turned him serious and revitalized his flagging career.

Steve Martin wants to become star maker (Reuters)
U.S. actor Steve Martin laughs while discussing his new film 'shopgirl' at a news conference during the Toronto International Film Festival, September 9, 2005. (J.P. Moczulski/Reuters)Reuters - Self-styled "wild and crazy guy" Steve Martin has been many things in his life -- stand-up comedian, screenwriter, movie star, best-selling novelist -- and now he might become a star maker.


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Gazzara, Dafoe to Receive Honor in Spain (AP)
American actor Ben Gazzara is seen at a party at the Hotel George V in Paris, on July 8, 1957. Gazzara and Willem Dafoe will receive lifetime achievement awards at the San Sebastian Film Festival, Spain's top cinema showcase. Gazzara, 75, and Dafoe, 50, 'have both chosen parts in high-risk films not toeing the line' with typical Hollywood expectations, organizers said Saturday, Sept 10, 2005. The festival runs Sept. 15-24. (AP Photo)AP - American actors Ben Gazzara and Willem Dafoe will receive lifetime achievement awards at the San Sebastian Film Festival, Spain's top cinema showcase.


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Ang Lee Film Tops Venice Festival Awards (AP)
Director Ang Lee receives the Golden Lion, the festival's top award,  for his film 'Brokeback mountain' at the 62nd edition of the Venice Film Festival in Venice's Lido, northern Italy, Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)AP - Ang Lee's tale of the homosexual love between two cowboys set in the conservative West of the 1960s won the Venice Film Festival's top award Saturday.


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Clarkson Forced to Cancel 3 More Shows (AP)
Singer Kelly Clarkson arrives at the MTV Awards at the American Airlines Arena in this Aug. 28, 2005 file photo, in Miami. Bronchitis has forced Clarkson to cancel three more concerts in Nevada and Washington. The 'Breakaway' singer called off two performances in California earlier in the week. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File)AP - Bronchitis has forced Kelly Clarkson to cancel three more concerts in Nevada and Washington.


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Hispanic Entertainers Visiting Victims (AP)
Singer Gloria Estefan addresses a Capitol Hill news conference Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005, part of the first-ever Recording Arts Day on Capitol Hill. The Grammy-winning singer, actors Jimmy Smits and Andy Garcia, and trumpeter Arturo Sandoval will lead a contingent of Hispanic-American entertainers on a trip to visit victims of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana and Mississippi. The visit, planned for Monday, Sept. 12, 2005, will include delivery of a planeload of supplies and toys to shelters in the Mississippi cities of Long Beach and Biloxi, and Baton Rouge, La.  (AP Photo/Lauren Victoria Burke)AP - Grammy-winning singer Gloria Estefan, actors Jimmy Smits and Andy Garcia, and trumpeter Arturo Sandoval will lead a contingent of Hispanic-American entertainers on a visit with victims of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana and Mississippi.


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First Wife Says Lennon Once Hit Her (AP)
John Lennon arrives at The Hit Factory, a recording studio in New York City in this Aug. 22, 1980 file photo. Lennon's first wife Cynthia Lennon, says the late Beatle had a violent temper and once hit her in a fit of jealousy, according to excerpts from a new book published in a British newspaper Sunday, Sept. 11, 2001.  (AP Photo/Sands, File)AP - John Lennon's first wife says the late Beatle had a violent temper and once hit her in a fit of jealousy, according to excerpts from a new book published in a newspaper Sunday.


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Musician Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown Dies (AP)
Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown arrives at the 'Salute to the Blues' concert at Radio City Music Hall in this Friday, Feb. 7, 2003 file photo, in New York. Brown,  the singer and guitarist who became famous with juke-joint stomp numbers and built a 50-year career playing blues, country, jazz and Cajun music, died Saturday Sept. 10, 2005 in his hometown of Orange, Texas, where he had gone to escape Hurricane Katrina. He was 81. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, the singer and guitarist who built a 50-year career playing blues, country, jazz and Cajun music, died Saturday in his hometown of Orange, Texas, where he had gone to escape Hurricane Katrina. He was 81.


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Ex-soldier has conquered Europe, looks to U.S (Reuters)
Reuters - It is not often that an aspiring singer/songwriter can count an armored tank as a transportation option. James Blunt, however, tooled around with his guitar strapped alongside a saber while writing his debut effort, "Back to Bedlam."

Spanish star Bebe values 'calm life' over fame (Reuters)
Reuters - Although there may have been a collective "Who?" uttered in the United States when Bebe received five Latin Grammy Award nominations last month, she is a budding superstar in her native Spain.

Rock band Switchfoot making new 'Sound' (Reuters)
Reuters - When the singles "Meant to Live" and "Dare You to Move" exploded, propelling sales of 2003's "The Beautiful Letdown" past the 2 million mark, Switchfoot looked like rock music's latest overnight success story.

Rock band Trapt takes 'Control' on 2nd album (Reuters)
Reuters - Few bands enjoy the instant success Trapt experienced with its 2002 self-titled debut.

Marigny music gives New Orleans new heartbeat (Reuters)
Reuters - As you round a corner in the club land district of Marigny, the silence of New Orleans is suddenly interrupted by blasting rock and bossa nova.

Billboard album reviews (Reuters)
Reuters - NEW YORK (Billboard) - Thirty-five years into his solo career, Paul McCartney continues to surprise, opening this set with four of his best songs in ages. The single "Fine Line" is top-notch piano pop a la "Lady Madonna"; "How Kind of You" is at once moody, sentimental and cliche-free; "Jenny Wren" is a lovely acoustic ballad with shades of "Blackbird"; and "At the Mercy" brims with melodic delights. The rest of "Chaos" cannot compete with that introductory salvo, but even the least entertaining material (the stuffy "English Tea," the "just be happy" ditty "Too Much Rain") is mercifully brief. Elsewhere, McCartney dabbles in Latin lilt ("A Certain Softness"), nods to "Because"-style layered harmonies (the peppy "Promise to You Girl") and, on the unnamed hidden track, plugs in for three short garage-y jams. Macca's not getting any younger, but on "Chaos," he proves he still has a few tricks up his sleeve.

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