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Singer D'Angelo seriously injured in car crash (Reuters)
File photo of D'Angelo, April 12, 2000. The singer is in a Richmond, Va., hospital being treated for serious injuries suffered during a September 19 car accident. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - Vocalist D'Angelo (real name: Michael Archer) is in a Richmond, Va., hospital being treated for serious injuries suffered during a September 19 car accident.


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Bollywood and Mr Bean battle it out in Afghanistan (Reuters)
Bollywood star Aishwarya Rai poses during red carpet arrivals for the out of competition screening of U.S. director Woody Allen's film 'Match Point' at the 58th Cannes Film Festival May 12, 2005. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - In the city that spawned Afghanistan's Taliban, music and TV were crimes punishable by beatings and jail just a few years ago.


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'Get Smart' TV series star Don Adams dies (Reuters)
Actor and comedian Don Adams displays an Internet Film and Music Festival Award which fell apart during ceremonies at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles in this April 4, 2000 file photo. Adams, best known for his role as clumsy secret agent Maxwell Smart in the 1960s television comedy 'get Smart,' has died of a lung infection, his agent said on September 26, 2005. Adams, who had been in failing health in recent years, died at Cedars Sinai hospital in Los Angeles on Sunday night, according to agent Bruce Tufeld. (Fred Prouser/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Actor and comedian Don Adams, best known for his role as the bumbling secret agent Maxwell Smart on the television espionage spoof "Get Smart," has died of a lung infection, his agent said on Monday.


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Comedy still kicking as 'Chris,' 'Earl' sizzle (Reuters)
Reuters - It might not quite qualify as a sign of the apocalypse, but for those in the primetime television business it came pretty close.

Magazine Names Iglesias 'Sexiest Bachelor' (AP)
Pop star Enrique Iglesias pauses during a promotional appearance for Tommy Hilfiger's new men's fragrance, True Star Men, inspired by Iglesias, New York, Wednesday June 8, 2005. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - For People en Espanol, Enrique Iglesias es muy caliente. The Latin crooner tops the magazine's second annual "25 Sexiest Bachelors" list in an issue on newsstands Oct. 3.


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Knoxville gets goofy in 'Daltry Calhoun' (Reuters)
Reuters - As amorphous as the vague disease that afflicts one of its characters, "Daltry Calhoun" aims for whimsy and poignancy and mostly comes up empty.

ABBA film set for DVD debut next month (Reuters)
Reuters - "ABBA -- The Movie," a 1977 documentary film based on the Swedish supergroup's tour of Australia that year, will arrive on DVD in the United States on October 25, Universal Music Group said Monday.

Comedy still kicking as 'Chris,' 'Earl' sizzle (Reuters)
Reuters - It might not quite qualify as a sign of the apocalypse, but for those in the primetime television business it came pretty close.

Relix finds groove catering to live music fans (Reuters)
Reuters - One would be hard pressed to find a consumer music magazine more in tune with touring and touring bands than Relix.

"Fran's Bed" an uncomfortable fit for Mia Farrow (Reuters)
Reuters - Think of Mia Farrow the actress, and fragility comes to mind.

Knoxville gets goofy in 'Daltry Calhoun' (Reuters)
Reuters - As amorphous as the vague disease that afflicts one of its characters, "Daltry Calhoun" aims for whimsy and poignancy and mostly comes up empty.

Director has 'Monkey' on her back (Reuters)
Reuters - Catherine Hardwicke, who most recently directed "Lords of Dogtown," is bringing late novelist Edward Abbey's comedic bestseller about environmental activists "The Monkey Wrench Gang" to the big screen.

Ann-Margret unwraps role in 'Santa 3' (Reuters)
Reuters - Ann-Margret has joined the cast of Walt Disney Pictures' "The Santa Clause 3."

Director Gosnell puts new 'Twist' on thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Raja Gosnell, whose credits include "Scooby-Doo" and "Never Been Kissed," will develop the comedic thriller "Twist" with an eye toward taking the helm.

Pamela Anderson Seeks Restraining Order (AP)
AP - Actress Pamela Anderson filed a request for a restraining order against a man she claims has confronted her and her children, court records show.

Foster's 'Flightplan' Tops Box Office (AP)
AP - Jodie Foster's thriller "Flightplan" landed atop the weekend box office, taking in $24.6 million in its debut.

Ashton, Demi Reportedly Now Mr. and Mrs. (AP)
Actors Ashton Kutcher, left, and Demi Moore arrive for the 4th Annual GM 'ten' fashion show in Los Angeles, in this, Feb. 22, 2005, file photo. Kutcher, 27, and Moore, 42, got married at a private home Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005, Us Weekly and People reported on their Web sites. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, file)AP - May and December married in autumn. Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, who reportedly wed Saturday, are the latest epitome of the May-December romance — a classic, gossip-loving match of young and old.


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AFI Scores With "Star Wars" (E! Online)
Not only was 
 his score for 1977's Star Wars named the number one Greatest Film 
 Score of all time by the list-happy folks at the American Film 
 Institute, but the music he wrote for 1975's Jaws and 1982's 
 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial also made the cut, coming in at number 
 six and 14 respectively.E! Online - Not only was his score for 1977's Star Wars named the number one Greatest Film Score of all time by the list-happy folks at the American Film Institute, but the music he wrote for 1975's Jaws and 1982's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial also made the cut, coming in at number six and 14 respectively.


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"Flightplan" Lands over "Corpse" (E! Online)
It was up, up and away as Flightplan soared to the top of 
 the box office.E! Online - It was up, up and away as Flightplan soared to the top of the box office.


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Forest Whitaker on active duty with 'Shield' (Reuters)
Actor Forest Whitaker poses during a photocall before the film directed by American director Abel Ferrara 'Mary' at the 31st American Film Festival in Deauville September 10, 2005. (Franck Prevel [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - There's a new menace in Vic Mackey's life.


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ABBA film set for DVD debut next month (Reuters)
Reuters - "ABBA -- The Movie," a 1977 documentary film based on the Swedish supergroup's tour of Australia that year, will arrive on DVD in the United States on October 25, Universal Music Group said Monday.

Relix finds groove catering to live music fans (Reuters)
Reuters - One would be hard pressed to find a consumer music magazine more in tune with touring and touring bands than Relix.

Country rockers Ragweed spreading across U.S (Reuters)
Reuters - In their home base of Texas, country rockers Cross Canadian Ragweed are superstars.

Rapper Redman to commit 'Crime' for Activision (Reuters)
Reuters - Rapper Redman will be the featured recording artist on Activision's "True Crime: New York City" video game, the publisher said Monday.

Madonna in the mix on new dance album (Reuters)
Madonna arrives for the British premiere of gangster film 'Revolver' in London, September 20, 2005. (Toby Melville/Reuters)Reuters - Madonna has finalized the track list for her new album, "Confessions on a Dancefloor."


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Billboard album reviews: Young, Wilson and Morcheeba (Reuters)
Reuters - On 2003's concept album/performance art project "Greendale," Neil Young proved (even after 30-odd studio albums) he could still surprise. Sadly, the same can't be said for "Prairie Wind," on which the artist rolls out the plain-spoken acoustic routine he first unveiled on 1992's delightful "Harvest Moon" and revisited on 2000's "Silver & Gold." The similarities to the former are numerous here in chord and lyric. The strumming of "This Old Guitar" exactly matches that of the "Harvest Moon" title track, while the pensive sentiment of "Falling Off the Face of the Earth" calls to mind the syrupy, slightly repentant tone of "One of These Days." Even his Elvis homage, "He Was the King," has its antecedent in his deceased-pet tribute, "Old King," both lowlights of their respective albums. Still, Young's shaky voice remains endearing, particularly on pleasant opener "The Painter." Familiar, yes, but not unwelcome.

Paul Weller charms mods, rockers in the city (Reuters)
Reuters - They call him "the Modfather." Sporting a spiky, bleached-blond mullet, Paul Weller, a man who influenced a generation of Britpop bands, returned to New York City on a grand stage befitting his legacy. At Roseland on Saturday night, Weller and his band showcased 25 songs from his three decades as a performer.

D'Angelo Ready to Record After SUV Crash (AP)
Rythm and Blues artist D'Angelo poses in this Sept. 1999 photograph released by Virgin Records in New York City, Friday, March 17, 2000. D'Angelo, who won over America with his '90s soul ballads only to fade after bouts with the law and drugs, said he's ready to record after a car crash left him hospitalized for several days. D'Angelo, 31, born Michael Eugene Archer, was in a 2003 Hummer on Sept. 19, 2005, when it crossed the roadway and struck a fence. He was ejected from the sport utility vehicle, State Police Sgt. Kevin Barrick said Monday, Sept. 26, 2005. (AP Photo/Virgin Records, Thierry Legoues)AP - R&B crooner D'Angelo, who won over America with his '90s soul ballads only to fade after bouts with the law and drugs, said he's ready to record after a car crash left him hospitalized for several days.


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British judge sheds wig to hear Cuba copyright case (Reuters)
Moises Rodriguez (L) is assisted by a family member as he arrives for hearings held by British High Court Judge John Lindsay in Havana September 26, 2005. The 84 year-old Rodriguez is the heir of Cuban musician Ignacio Pineiro and a witness in a U.S.-Cuban copyright dispute over songs from the Buena Vista Social Club written half a century ago. (Claudia Daut/Reuters)Reuters - A British High Court judge heard testimony on Monday from heirs of the Cuban composers of 14 songs dating back to the 1930s in a copyright case brought against Cuba by an American company.


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Great American Country Network Relocating (AP)
AP - Great American Country, a cable and satellite television network seen in almost 40 million households, said Monday it is moving from Denver to Nashville.

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