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Eisner leaves mixed legacy as Disney chief (Reuters)
Michael Eisner, CEO of the Walt Disney Company, gestures during a news conference on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005 in Washington.  The Walt Disney Company donated the Walt Disney-Tishman collection, a 525- piece collection of African art, to the Smithsonian's National Musuem of African Art.  (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)Reuters - When Michael Eisner hands over the keys to Disney's Magic Kingdom on Friday after 21 years of running the media giant, he'll leave behind a stormy legacy -- brilliant early success mixed later with executive turmoil, an operational slump and a shareholder revolt.


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Actor Blake testifies on wife death (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor Robert Blake, testifying for the first time in the 2001 shooting death of his wife, said on Thursday he had given different accounts about the night of her death because he was "human."

Eddie Vedder goes 'Wild' with Stones (Reuters)
Reuters - The Rolling Stones got a lift from Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder during their performance of "Wild Horses" at Pittsburgh's PNC Stadium Wednesday.

Record industry sues hundreds for file-sharing (Reuters)
Lawmakers pushed federal authorities Wednesday to crack down on peer-to-peer services that pirate copyrighted works, while one P2P operator told them pressure from the recording industry was forcing him to change his ways. (Sherwin Crasto/Reuters)Reuters - A trade group representing the U.S. music industry said on Thursday it filed lawsuits against 757 people it claims used online file-sharing networks to illegally trade in copyrighted songs.


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West's 'Gold Digger' extends chart domination (Reuters)
Singer Kanye West performs during the VH1 Hip Hop Honors in New York City September 22, 2005. (Seth Wenig [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - Kanye West's "Gold Digger" featuring Jamie Foxx logged a fourth consecutive week atop the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart Thursday, while Mariah Carey's "Shake It Off" remained at No. 2 and Bow Wow's "Like You" featuring Ciara at No. 3.


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Suicide bombers inspire incendiary film (Reuters)
Reuters - Talk about taking risks.

Canada record biz seeks tougher downloading law (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian record companies on Thursday urged the Canadian government to get tough on teenage music downloaders, as they expressed frustration with efforts to tighten copyright laws.

'Child's Play' creator developing drama for ABC (Reuters)
Reuters - ABC has given a script commitment to "Kill Switch," an hourlong suspense drama from Don Mancini, who created the "Child's Play" horror film franchise in the late 1980s.

Canada record biz seeks tougher downloading law (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian record companies on Thursday urged the Canadian government to get tough on teenage music downloaders, as they expressed frustration with efforts to tighten copyright laws.

Shirley Knight Plays a Desperate Former Housewife in 'Cycling Past the Matterhorn' (Playbill)
Playbill - Life is at the crossroads for a London mother who is going blind and her daughter, a mediocre psychic, in the Off-Broadway premiere of Deborah Grimberg's Cycling Past the Matterhorn, opening Sept. 29 at the Harold Clurman Theatre in Theatre Row.

Suicide bombers inspire incendiary film (Reuters)
Reuters - Talk about taking risks.

Austria, Spain, Italy select Oscar contenders (Reuters)
Reuters - Movies from Austria, Spain and Italy have joined the race for the foreign language film category at next year's Academy Awards.

Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Pictures has hired Matthew Michael Carnahan to adapt the screenplay for the award-winning BBC miniseries "State of Play."

Zellweger has 'Eye' on Japanese thriller remake (Reuters)
Renee Zellweger attends a photocall in Venice September 5, 2005. Zellweger is attached to the psychological horror film 'The Eye,' which marks a reunion of sorts with her 'Jerry Maguire' co-star Tom Cruise, who will serve as producer. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Renee Zellweger is attached to the psychological horror film "The Eye," which marks a reunion of sorts with her "Jerry Maguire" co-star Tom Cruise, who will serve as producer.


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Mother Love Bone frontman remembered in film (Reuters)
Reuters - To some, Seattle band Mother Love Bone is best known as the precursor to Pearl Jam, as both bassist Jeff Ament and guitarist Stone Gossard were members.

Niche films target weekend moviegoers (Reuters)
Reuters - Three smaller films targeting niche audiences open in North American theaters Friday.

Attendants Fume over "Flightplan" (E! Online)
It will be a cold day in hell before Flightplan winds up as 
 an in-flight movie--especially if flight-attendant unions have anything 
 to do with it.E! Online - It will be a cold day in hell before Flightplan winds up as an in-flight movie--especially if flight-attendant unions have anything to do with it.


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MacLaine: 'Shoes' Is Made for Both Sexes (AP)
From left, Mark Feuerstein, Cameron Diaz, Toni Collette, Shirley MacLaine, director Curtis Hanson, Carol Fenelon and Ken Howard pose together at a screening of 'In Her Shoes,' Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - 'In Her Shoes' stars three women, it's based on a novel written by a woman, and the film was written and produced by women. But don't dare call it a "chick flick."


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'Capote' May Be Breakout Role for Hoffman (AP)
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman is seen in a scene from 'Capote' in this undated publicity photo released September 27, 2005  Hoffman plays the role of writer Truman Capote in the movie, which opens on September 30, 2005. NO SALES, NO ARCHIVES  EDITORIAL USE ONLY  REUTERS/Attila Dory/Sony Pictures Classics/HandoutsAP - The hesitation Philip Seymour Hoffman felt about playing Truman Capote was not unlike the uncertainty audiences might feel over seeing a movie about the man who wrote the true-crime classic "In Cold Blood."


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Riegert Enjoys Directing in 'Corner' (AP)
AP - Peter Riegert says he's having fun in his latest role: director.

Canada record biz seeks tougher downloading law (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian record companies on Thursday urged the Canadian government to get tough on teenage music downloaders, as they expressed frustration with efforts to tighten copyright laws.

Eddie Vedder goes 'Wild' with Stones (Reuters)
Reuters - The Rolling Stones got a lift from Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder during their performance of "Wild Horses" at Pittsburgh's PNC Stadium Wednesday.

Usher Starts Up Katrina Benefit (E! Online)
Usher wants to be startin' something good this fall.E! Online - Usher wants to be startin' something good this fall.


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Doctor Advises Wilson to Rest Her Voice (AP)
Nominee Gretchen Wilson poses for photographers as she arrives for the 40th annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Tuesday, May 17, 2005.   (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Gretchen Wilson postponed a concert in Huntsville, Ala., and canceled another in Perry, Ga., after her doctor advised her to rest her voice.


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Disturbed Rules the "Day" (E! Online)
While the 
 latter scored a career-best sales week, it wasn't enough to keep 
 Disturbed from landing its second straight number one. The Chicago 
 rockers' Ten Thousand Fists finished the week ended Sunday by 
 selling nearly 239,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It was a 
 strong week for new albums, with seven debuts among the Top 10.E! Online - While the latter scored a career-best sales week, it wasn't enough to keep Disturbed from landing its second straight number one. The Chicago rockers' Ten Thousand Fists finished the week ended Sunday by selling nearly 239,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It was a strong week for new albums, with seven debuts among the Top 10.


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Zizzle's music-playing Iz toy debuts at Toys R Us (Reuters)
Roger Shiffman, president and CEO of the toy company Zizzle, poses with their first product the 'iZ' before the launch ceremony for the toy in New York September 29, 2005. The 9-inch (22-cm) animatronic interactive toy with a speaker allows users to create their own music or connect to an iPod or other music source to play songs. (Ray Stubblebine/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Electronic music-playing creature Iz, the first product by toymaker Zizzle, is making its debut early, hoping to catch the rising wave in portable music players for the holiday season.


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MySpace digs in for Nine Inch Nails tour (Reuters)
Reuters - MySpace, the online community that recently agreed to be purchased by News Corp., said this week that it is the title sponsor of rock band Nine Inch Nails North American tour.

Streisand, Gibb Reunite After 25 Years (AP)
This summer 2005 photo provided by Columbia Records shows Barbra Streisand. Streisand has a new album titled 'Guilty Pleasures.'  (AP Photo/Columbia, Alberto Tolot)AP - Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb hadn't worked together in 25 years. But Gibb still knew the best way to express what Streisand was thinking — especially when it came to the war in Iraq.


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McCready's Troubles Started Years Ago (AP)
Country singer Mindy McCready, is shown in this undated publicity photo. McCready overdosed on antidepressant medication early Friday, Sept. 23, 2005, after quarreling on the phone with the man by whom she's pregnant, police said.  (AP Photo)AP - From clashes with her label chief to missed appointments and erratic behavior, country singer Mindy McCready's troubles go back further than her recent run-ins with the law.


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Crow: 'Wildflower' Marks Change in Life (AP)
Singer Sheryl Crow is photographed at The Dream Hotel in New York on Aug. 15, 2005.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - As Lance Armstrong pedaled to another Tour de France victory, Sheryl Crow found herself in an unfamiliar position: on the sidelines.


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