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Nicolas Cage gives Superman's birth name to son (Reuters)
U.S. actor Nicolas Cage (L) and his wife, Alice Kim, stand trackside shortly after the end of the Australian Grand Prix at Melbournes Albert Park circuit March 6, 2005. Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage's wife of 14 months gave birth on October 3, 2005 to the couple's first child together, a son they named Kal-el -- a moniker recognized by comic book fans as the birth name of Superman. REUTERS/David Callow Photo via NewsComReuters - Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage's wife of 14 months gave birth on Monday to the couple's first child together, a son they named Kal-el -- a moniker recognized by comic book fans as the birth name of Superman.


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Beyonce quashes marriage rumor in Vanity Fair (Reuters)
Destinys Child member Beyonce Knowles poses for photographers during arrivals for the MTV Video Music Awards in Miami August 28, 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Photo via NewsComReuters - Pop diva Beyonce denied rumors she is secretly married to rapper and music impresario Jay-Z, and said she assumed an alter-ego called "Sasha" for her sexy stage persona in an upcoming Vanity Fair cover story.


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Kate Moss documentary shows alleged drug footage (Reuters)
Model Kate Moss arrives for the 'Black' charity auction and fashion show at Earl's Court, London, June 3, 2004. A documentary broadcasted on Monday shows footage of Moss which the makers claim shows her snorting cocaine. Moss has been embroiled in scandal since the Daily Mirror printed grainy pictures last month that apparently showed the 31-year-old taking drugs. REUTERS/Toby MelvilleReuters - Model Kate Moss has been shown in a television documentary taking what the makers say is cocaine, an incident which has cost her valuable advertising contracts.


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Man ordered to keep away from actress Pam Anderson (Reuters)
Actress Pamela Anderson poses for photographers as she arrives at the PETA 25th anniversary gala at Paramount studios in Hollywood September 10, 2005. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - Actress Pamela Anderson won a restraining order on Monday against a British man whom the former "Baywatch" star has accused of stalking her and family members.


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Brit trio Keane OK, even with backing tracks (Reuters)
Reuters - Success often requires recognizing limits and finding a way to work creatively within them.

'The Wiz' Actor Nipsey Russell Dies at 80 (AP)
Nipsey Russell poses for photographers at the New York premiere of the film 'The Aviator' Tuesday Dec. 14, 2004. Russell, who played the Tin Man alongside Diana Ross and Michael Jackson in 'The Wiz,' as part of a decades-long career in stage, television and film, Sunday afternoon Oct. 2, 2005 at Lenox Hill Hospital, said his longtime manager Joseph Rapp. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)AP - Nipsey Russell, who played the Tin Man alongside Diana Ross and Michael Jackson in "The Wiz" as part of a decades-long career in stage, television and film, has died. He was 80.


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Michael Jackson Sues Concert Promoter (AP)
Comedian Nipsey Russell is shown at a news conference in New York on Sept. 28, 1977. Russell will play the Tin Woodsman. Russell, who played the Tin Man alongside Diana Ross and Michael Jackson in 'The Wiz,' as part of a decades-long career in stage, television and film, died Sunday afternoon Oct. 2, 2005 at Lenox Hill Hospital, said his longtime manager Joseph Rapp. (AP Photo/Suzanne Vlamis)AP - Michael Jackson filed a lawsuit Monday against a concert promoter to prevent arbitration over a disputed 1999 concert contract.


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ABC Keeping Kimmel Through 2006 (E! Online)
Jimmy Kimmel can expect to have a steady paycheck for at least the 
 next year.E! Online - Jimmy Kimmel can expect to have a steady paycheck for at least the next year.


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Biz expecting record Q4 as DVD optimism returns (Reuters)
Reuters - As the critical fourth-quarter DVD selling season gets under way, studio executives are cautiously revising revenue forecasts upward. They're predicting as much as 10% growth in the three-month period ending December 31 from fourth-quarter 2004.

Two-man comedy 'Bowlers' not quite perfect fit (Reuters)
Reuters - Ever since Samuel Beckett's metaphysical clown-show "Waiting for Godot" stranded two tramps in the middle of nowhere and made us care what happened -- or didn't happen -- to them, writers and performers have been putting their own spin on life's absurdity in a variety of inventive ways.

'The Wiz' Actor Nipsey Russell Dies at 80 (AP)
Nipsey Russell poses for photographers at the New York premiere of the film 'The Aviator' Tuesday Dec. 14, 2004. Russell, who played the Tin Man alongside Diana Ross and Michael Jackson in 'The Wiz,' as part of a decades-long career in stage, television and film, Sunday afternoon Oct. 2, 2005 at Lenox Hill Hospital, said his longtime manager Joseph Rapp. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)AP - Nipsey Russell, who played the Tin Man alongside Diana Ross and Michael Jackson in "The Wiz" as part of a decades-long career in stage, television and film, has died. He was 80.


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'Million Dollar' producer weighs 'Pound' (Reuters)
Reuters - The production company behind Clint Eastwood's Oscar-winner "Million Dollar Baby" is going back to the ring with a project about a Latino boxer.

Documentary filmmaker takes aim at Wal-Mart (Reuters)
Reuters - Brave New Films, the production company headed by documentary filmmaker Robert Greenwald, plans to self-distribute its first film, "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price," the company announced Monday.

Nicolas Cage's Super Baby (E! Online)
The 
 Oscar-winning actor and his wife, Alice Kim Cage, welcomed son Kal-el 
 Coppola Cage into the world Monday morning, Cage's publicist, Annett 
 Wolf, confirmed.E! Online - The Oscar-winning actor and his wife, Alice Kim Cage, welcomed son Kal-el Coppola Cage into the world Monday morning, Cage's publicist, Annett Wolf, confirmed.


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Blake Says He Didn't Have Anyone Kill Wife (AP)
Actor Robert Blake leaves court for the lunch recess Monday, Oct. 3, 2005, after his second day of testimony in a wrongful death lawsuit, brought by the family of Bonny Lee Bakley, in Burbank, Calif. Blake acknowledged Monday that he may have said disparaging things about his wife before she was shot to death. After a criminal trial earlier this year, the star of the old 'Baretta' television series was acquitted of murdering Bakley. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - During his second day of testimony in a wrongful death lawsuit, actor Robert Blake acknowledged he may have said disparaging things about his wife before she was shot to death. But he said he never asked anyone to kill her.


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Oscar Winner Cage Becomes Father Again (AP)
Actor Nicolas Cage arrives at the  Writers Guild Awards,  on March 8, 2003 in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Cage and his wife, Alice Kim Cage, have a baby Monday, Oct. 3, 2005, after she gave birth to a boy, Kal-el Coppola Cage, in New York, said Cage's Los Angeles-based publicist, Annett Wolf. No other details were available.(AP Photo/Chris Weeks)AP - Nicolas Cage is a new father. His wife, Alice Kim Cage, gave birth Monday to a boy, Kal-el Coppola Cage, in New York City, said Cage's Los Angeles-based publicist, Annett Wolf. No other details were available.


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'Flightplan' Stays on Top of Box Office (AP)
AP - Jodie Foster's airplane thriller "Flightplan" remained at high altitude, finishing first at the box office for the second-straight weekend with $14.8 million.

Next-Generation DVD Format Wars Heat Up (AP)
In a file photo Sony Corp. employee Asako Hirano shows the Blu-ray disc recorder and its disc package at Sony showroom in Tokyo Friday, June 6, 2003.   Paramount Home Entertainment said Sunday, Oct. 2, 2005,  it will join a growing list of media and technology companies endorsing Blu-ray that includes Sony Corp., Apple Computer Inc., Hewlett-Packard Co. and Dell Inc.  (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)AP - The battle to become the next-generation DVD standard has escalated, with Paramount Pictures becoming the first major movie studio to support both rival formats.


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Study: Hollywood Doesn't Show Consequences (AP)
Shown in this undated file photo originally released by Tristar Pictures, are Michael Douglas playing a police detective and Sharon Stone as a murder suspect  in a passionate embrace, in the 1992 film 'Basic Instinct.' A report by Australian researchers published by the journal of the British Royal Society of Medicine concluded that blockbuster movies like 'Basic Instinct' paint a dangerously consequence-free view of sex and drug use. (AP Photo/Tristar Pictures)AP - Hollywood might be bad for your health, according to a new study, which concludes that blockbuster movies paint a consequence-free view of sex and drugs.


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George Clooney takes on Joe McCarthy in new movie (Reuters)
Director and actor George Clooney smiles before receiving the Osella Prize for Best Screenplay at the Cinema Palace in Venice September 10, 2005 for his latest movie 'Good night, good luck'. The film, which opens on Friday, chronicles the 1954 television showdown between Sen. Joseph McCarthy and CBS newsman Edward R. Murrow. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - History has not been kind to Sen. Joseph McCarthy. Since his death from alcoholism in 1957, he has grown into a symbol of government run amok -- the witch-hunter feeding on rumor and innuendo, a hero for some but a reckless villain for many others.


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Michael Jackson Sues Concert Promoter (AP)
Comedian Nipsey Russell is shown at a news conference in New York on Sept. 28, 1977. Russell will play the Tin Woodsman. Russell, who played the Tin Man alongside Diana Ross and Michael Jackson in 'The Wiz,' as part of a decades-long career in stage, television and film, died Sunday afternoon Oct. 2, 2005 at Lenox Hill Hospital, said his longtime manager Joseph Rapp. (AP Photo/Suzanne Vlamis)AP - Michael Jackson filed a lawsuit Monday against a concert promoter to prevent arbitration over a disputed 1999 concert contract.


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Brit trio Keane OK, even with backing tracks (Reuters)
Reuters - Success often requires recognizing limits and finding a way to work creatively within them.

Anastasio sets track list for album, bonus EP (Reuters)
Reuters - Former Phish frontman Trey Anastasio has settled on the track list for his first album since the summer 2004 split of his jam band.

INXS to christen Virgin Megastore in Hollywood (Reuters)
In this photo released by CBS, J.D. Fortune performs with the band INXS in a Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005 photo, in Los Angeles. Musical instruments and memorabilia from CBS''Rock Star: INXS' are being auctioned on the eBay Web site to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. J.D. Fortune was chosen as INXS' new lead singer for an upcoming tour as a climax to the CBS show. (AP Photo/CBS, Monty Brinton, file)Reuters - With "Rock Star: INXS" victor J.D. Fortune now in place, INXS will join reunited modern rock act Gang Of Four and rock group Dredg for an October 17 performance at the opening of a new Virgin Megastore in Hollywood.


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Music shipments down despite legal downloads rise (Reuters)
Reuters - Legal music downloads more than doubled in the first half of the year, but total music shipments dipped slightly, reversing last year's rising trend, amid fresh concerns over Web piracy, a record group said on Monday.

La. Orchestra Regroups in Nashville (AP)
Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra music director Carlos Prieto conducts during rehearsals at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Monday, Oct. 3, 2005, in Nashville, Tenn. The Orchestra will perform together for the first time since Hurricane Katrina on Tuesday in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/John Russell)AP - Even before Hurricane Katrina devastated its home city and its audience, the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra was known for its resilience.


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Digital Music Market More Than Triples (AP)
AP - The digital music market has more than tripled in a year, and that has helped offset a continuing decline in sales of CDs and other physical formats.

Cohn's Shooter Off to Trial (E! Online)
The man suspected of shooting Marc Cohn will have his day in 
 court.E! Online - The man suspected of shooting Marc Cohn will have his day in court.


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Nickelback Singer Juggling Many Roles (AP)
Music group Nickelback, from left, Mike Kroeger, Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake and Daniel Adair sit for a photo at Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Va., Sept. 10, 2005.  (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)AP - It seems Nickelback's recent runaway success has given lead singer Chad Kroeger a bit of an identity crisis.


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Richie to Headline Barbados Jazz Festival (AP)
American pop singer, Lionel Richie  performs in front of many thousands of Hungarians during his concert in Budapest, Hungary, in this Sunday, June 26, 2005 file photo. Richie will be the headline act at next year's Barbados Jazz Festival, organizers said.  Richie will be joined by Grammy nominated jazz artist Jill Scott and saxophonist Bony James at the Jan. 9-15 festival, organizer Gilbert Rowe said Sunday.  (AP Photo / Bela Szandelszky, FILE)AP - Lionel Richie will be the headline act at next year's Barbados Jazz Festival, organizers said.


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