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Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney Split (AP)
Actress Renee Zellweger waves as she arrives for the 77th Academy Awards in this, Feb. 27, 2005 file photo, in Los Angeles. Zellweger, who played the lovelorn Brit in 'Bridget Jones's Diary,' and country music star Kenny Chesney will have their four-month-old marriage annulled, Chesney's publicist, Holly Gleason, and Zellweger's Los Angeles-based publicist Nanci Ryder, confirmed to The Associated Press on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2005.  The couple wed in a small ceremony on the Caribbean island of St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands in May. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta, file)AP - Bridget Jones is untying the knot. Renee Zellweger, who played the lovelorn Brit in "Bridget Jones's Diary," and country music star Kenny Chesney will have their four-month-old marriage annulled, Chesney's publicist, Holly Gleason, and Zellweger's Los Angeles-based publicist Nanci Ryder, confirmed to The Associated Press on Thursday.


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Bowie Makes Surprise Appearance in N.Y. (AP)
AP - David Bowie made a surprise appearance with the indie rock sensation Arcade Fire during their concert Thursday night.

Photographer in Diaz Photos Case Sentenced (AP)
Photographer John Rutter, who took topless photos of actress Cameron Diaz 11 years ago, is shown in this July 14, 2005, file photo. Rutter, who tried to sell the photos back  to her for $3.5 million after she became a movie star  was sentenced to three years and eight months in prison Thursday, Sept. 15, 2005.(AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - A photographer who took topless photos of Cameron Diaz and tried to sell them back to her for $3.5 million after she became a movie star was sentenced Thursday to three years and eight months in prison.


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'Ecstatic' Britney Spears Has Baby Boy (AP)
Singer Britney Spears arrives for a film premiere on July 10, 2005, file photo, in Los Angeles. According to Spears' official Web site, Spears gave birth to a baby boy. According to Us Weekly magazine  the pop star gave birth Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005, by Caesarean section at the  UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, Calif. It is the first child for the 23-year-old pop star and her husband, Kevin Federline. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)AP - Britney Spears, who sang "I'm not a girl, not yet a woman," is now a mother — and she's "ecstatic" about it.


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Tom Sizemore Ordered to Stay in Rehab (AP)
Actor Tom Sizemore holds his six-month-old son Jaggeer outside court, after a judge ordered him to spend another 30 days at a Pasadena drug treatment center, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2005, during a court appearance in Los Angeles Superior Court. The judge said she is pleased with his progress and will allow him to leave the facility on occasion for work and charity functions. The judge scheduled an Oct. 17 hearing to decide whether to reinstate the actor's probation. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Tom Sizemore was ordered Thursday to remain in a live-in drug rehabilitation program for another 30 days, but he can leave to work and attend charity events.


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Film review: In Her Shoes (Reuters)
(L-R) Actress Cameron Diaz, director Curtis Hanson and co-star Toni Collette pose at the world premiere of 'In Her Shoes' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto September 14, 2005. The movie is based on the novel of Jennifer Weiner and tells the story of party girl Maggie Feller, played by Diaz, and her head-on-straight sister Rose, played by Collette. The film opens in the U.S. on October 7, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - In "In her Shoes," director Curtis Hanson has made a chick flick with substance as well as style. With Cameron Diaz and the ever-versatile Tony Collette playing a pair of squabbling Jewish sisters, Hanson gets inside his characters' scrambled lives with sensitivity and compassion as he explores the ties that forever bind.


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Bowie Makes Surprise Appearance in N.Y. (AP)
AP - David Bowie made a surprise appearance with the indie rock sensation Arcade Fire during their concert Thursday night.

Katrina exerts subtle force on TV's Emmy Awards (Reuters)
Comedienne and talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres poses as she arrives for the Hollywood Film Festival awards gala in Beverly Hills October 20, 2003. DeGeneres is set to host the Emmy Awards on Sunday. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Four years after the Emmy Awards were twice postponed in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, the devastation of Hurricane Katrina is exerting a far more subtle force on U.S. television's biggest night.


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Vintage Miller Icon Revived In New Spot (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Using his feet to cheat a golf ball's lie in last year's campaign, the Miller High Life man--after 8 years and some 60 spots--may have seemed retired already. Now he really is: Wieden + Kennedy is replacing him with the 1907 vintage Miller girl-on-the-moon icon as a narrator in a 60-second spot premiering this week on Survivor, according to the brewer.

'Lennon' musical, slammed by NY critics, to close (Reuters)
Cast members take a bow during a curtain call after the premiere of the Broadway musical 'Lennon' at the Broadhurst Theater in New York, August 14, 2005.The musical about the life and music of former Beatle John Lennon that earned dismal reviews, will close just six weeks after it opened on Broadway, the show's producers said on Thursday. (Stephen Chernin/Reuters)Reuters - "Lennon," the musical about the life and music of former Beatle John Lennon that earned dismal reviews, will close just six weeks after it opened on Broadway, the show's producers said on Thursday.


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Film review: In Her Shoes (Reuters)
(L-R) Actress Cameron Diaz, director Curtis Hanson and co-star Toni Collette pose at the world premiere of 'In Her Shoes' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto September 14, 2005. The movie is based on the novel of Jennifer Weiner and tells the story of party girl Maggie Feller, played by Diaz, and her head-on-straight sister Rose, played by Collette. The film opens in the U.S. on October 7, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - In "In her Shoes," director Curtis Hanson has made a chick flick with substance as well as style. With Cameron Diaz and the ever-versatile Tony Collette playing a pair of squabbling Jewish sisters, Hanson gets inside his characters' scrambled lives with sensitivity and compassion as he explores the ties that forever bind.


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Film review: Hellbent (Reuters)
Reuters - If audiences have been waiting for a gay slasher film, their wait might be over, but their appetite will not be sated.

Too much 'Heaven' for box office competition (Reuters)
Reuters - Young girls are the most coveted demographic at the box office again this weekend.

"Sound of Music" Director Wise Dies (E! Online)
Robert Wise, the four-time Oscar-winning director and 
 producer whose career spanned more than 50 years and included such 
 classics as The Sound of Music, West Side Story and The 
 Day the Earth Stood Still, died Wednesday in Los Angeles.E! Online - Robert Wise, the four-time Oscar-winning director and producer whose career spanned more than 50 years and included such classics as The Sound of Music, West Side Story and The Day the Earth Stood Still, died Wednesday in Los Angeles.


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Chan, Brosnan eager to take on new movie image (Reuters)
Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan waves as he enters 'The Myth' World Premiere gala at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto September 15, 2005. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)Reuters - Best known as Hollywood action stars, Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan are both happy to play against type in new movies screening at the Toronto International Film Festival, with Chan tackling a period adventure, and Brosnan playing an emotionally torn hitman.


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Bonham Carter Gives Lip to Two Films (AP)
Helena Bonham Carter sits with a Gromit figure in Toronto, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005.  Bonham Carter provides the lead female voice for an unusual confluence of two animated films made through stop-motion techniques. First comes 'Tim Burton's Corpse Bride,' and second is 'Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit,' a big-screen adventure featuring clay-animated British cheese fanatic Wallace and his loyal dog Gromit. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)AP - There are two sides to the animated Helena Bonham Carter. There's the dead blue chick with the rotting veil and the talking maggot in her eye socket. Then there's the upper-crust society dame with the freaky orange hair and the passion for giant vegetables.


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Movie Gallery Sees Lower Sales (AP)
AP - Video rental chain Movie Gallery Inc. on Thursday forecast sales in its stores open at least one year — a key retail gauge known as same-store sales — would decline in this year's second half, but also projected better than expected savings from its acquisition of Hollywood Entertainment earlier this year.

"Madagascar" Multiplies (E! Online)
After grossing 
 more than $500 million worldwide to become the studio's most successful 
 original movie to date, Madagascar's zoo crew is officially 
 sequel-bound.E! Online - After grossing more than $500 million worldwide to become the studio's most successful original movie to date, Madagascar's zoo crew is officially sequel-bound.


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'Sound of Music' director Robert Wise dead at 91 (Reuters)
Four-time Academy Award winner Robert Wise arrives at the Producer's Guild Awards in Los Angeles in this March 3, 2002 file picture. Wise, who brought the beloved musicals 'West Side Story' and 'The Sound of Music' to the big screen during a career that spanned six decades, died on Wednesday, four days after turning 91. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Four-time Oscar-winner filmmaker Robert Wise, who edited the classic "Citizen Kane" for Orson Welles and then went on to direct two of Hollywood's most beloved musicals, "West Side Story" and "The Sound of Music," has died at age 91, friends said on Thursday.


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Review: 'Proof' Forces Its Plot on You (AP)
This undated photo provided by Miramax shows  Gwyneth Paltrow, left, and Jake Gyllenhaal in a scene from 'Proof,' one of the many films to be shown at the Toronto Film Festival. Now in its 30th year, the Festival opens Thursday, Sept. 8, 2005. (AP Photo/Miramax)AP - In happier, saner times — when he's alive, in flashbacks — Anthony Hopkins' mad mathematician in "Proof" describes the sensation of lucid, analytical thought by saying the machinery is working.


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Bowie Makes Surprise Appearance in N.Y. (AP)
AP - David Bowie made a surprise appearance with the indie rock sensation Arcade Fire during their concert Thursday night.

A Few Indie Bands to Watch (AP)
AP - A few indie rock bands that will "change your life":

Waits Wails over Car Ad (E! Online)
Let's hope Tom Waits leaves the udder at home when he shows up in 
 court.E! Online - Let's hope Tom Waits leaves the udder at home when he shows up in court.


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Dizzie Gillespie Auction Draws Crowds (AP)
AP - Dizzie Gillespie can still draw a paying crowd. An auction of items from the late jazz legend's Englewood home drew musicians, former colleagues and Web site viewers from as far away as Switzerland.

'Lennon' musical, slammed by NY critics, to close (Reuters)
Cast members take a bow during a curtain call after the premiere of the Broadway musical 'Lennon' at the Broadhurst Theater in New York, August 14, 2005.The musical about the life and music of former Beatle John Lennon that earned dismal reviews, will close just six weeks after it opened on Broadway, the show's producers said on Thursday. (Stephen Chernin/Reuters)Reuters - "Lennon," the musical about the life and music of former Beatle John Lennon that earned dismal reviews, will close just six weeks after it opened on Broadway, the show's producers said on Thursday.


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Indie Bands Move Closer to the Mainstream (AP)
Death Cab For Cutie from left, Nick Harmer, Jason McGerr, Chris Walla and Ben Gibbbard are photographed in New York's Central Park, Aug. 18, 2005. With the success of groups like Death Cab for Cutie, Modest Mouse and Bright Eyes, indie rock is more frequently finding itself on the pop charts and on your TV.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - As the CMJ Music Marathon — the Sundance of rock 'n' roll — descends on New York this weekend, hundreds of unknown indie bands are getting their shot at fame.


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'Sound of Music' director Robert Wise dead at 91 (Reuters)
Four-time Academy Award winner Robert Wise arrives at the Producer's Guild Awards in Los Angeles in this March 3, 2002 file picture. Wise, who brought the beloved musicals 'West Side Story' and 'The Sound of Music' to the big screen during a career that spanned six decades, died on Wednesday, four days after turning 91. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Four-time Oscar-winner filmmaker Robert Wise, who edited the classic "Citizen Kane" for Orson Welles and then went on to direct two of Hollywood's most beloved musicals, "West Side Story" and "The Sound of Music," has died at age 91, friends said on Thursday.


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Dre Attacker Pleads Guilty (E! Online)
Jimmy James Johnson, the guy who slugged Dr. Dre and touched off a 
 massive brawl at the Vibe Music Awards last year, has flip-flopped.E! Online - Jimmy James Johnson, the guy who slugged Dr. Dre and touched off a massive brawl at the Vibe Music Awards last year, has flip-flopped.


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Singer Waits Files Suit Against GM Unit (AP)
AP - Singer-songwriter Tom Waits said Thursday he has filed a lawsuit against a unit of automaker General Motors Corp. and a German advertising agency for allegedly using a soundalike in a series of European ads.

New York City Opera Director to Step Down (AP)
Paul Kellogg, New York City Opera's general and artistic director, is shown in this undated photo released by the New York City Opera Thursday, Sept. 15, 2005. Kellogg has announced that he will retire at the end of the 2006-2007 season, after 12 years with the company. (AP Photo/New York City Opera)AP - Paul Kellogg, New York City Opera's general and artistic director, announced plans to retire at the end of next season, after more than 11 years with the company.


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