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Fox Cancels 'The Simple Life' (AP)
Paris Hilton, left, and Nicole Richie, stars of the Fox reality show 'The Simple Life: Interns,' arrive for the network's 'White Hot Winter on Fox' party in Los Angeles in this Monday, Jan. 17, 2005 file photo.  Fox network said Wednesday it has canceled the Paris Hilton-Nicole Richie reality series after the show's two stars no longer proved compatible.   The feuding ex-friends will not return for a fourth season, even though the network had picked up the options on their contracts.   (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, FILE)AP - "The Simple Life" is over — at least on Fox. The network said Wednesday it has canceled the Paris Hilton-Nicole Richie reality series after the show's two stars no longer proved compatible.


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Photog Pleads Innocent in Witherspoon Case (AP)
Actress Reese Witherspoon arrives at the 12th Annual Premiere Women in Hollywood event in Beverly Hills, Calif., Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005. The evening, which honored women singled out by Premiere magazine for their achievements in the film industry, will be telecast on AMC on October 2. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - A photographer pleaded innocent Wednesday to six misdemeanor charges alleging he struck a 5-year-old girl with his camera and shoved two amusement park employees out of the way to take pictures of Reese Witherspoon and her children.


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MTV to Premiere Madonna Videos, Film (AP)
Madonna wearing a sling arrives at the premiere of her husband's, British film director Guy Richie, latest film, Revolver, in London 's Leicester Square in this Tuesday Sept. 20, 2005 file photo.  There will be a Madonna-thon of sorts on MTV's networks over the next few weeks. The pop queen, who is due to release a new album next month, will appear on MTV's 'Total Request Live' on Monday to play her single 'Hung Up.'   (AP Photo/Max Nash, FILE)AP - There will be a Madonna-thon of sorts on MTV's networks over the next few weeks. The pop queen, who is due to release a new album next month, will appear on MTV's "Total Request Live" on Monday to play her single "Hung Up."


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Report: It's Over for Jude and Sienna (AP)
Jude Law and Sienna Miller arrive at a film premiere  in London's Leicester Square,  Oct.14, 2004. Miller and Law have ended their engagement, months after he apologized for an affair with his children's nanny, according to a published report. A London-based representative for Miller refused comment Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005, on the story, which was posted on People magazine's Web site. (AP Photo/ Max Nash)AP - Sienna Miller and Jude Law have ended their engagement, months after he apologized for an affair with his children's nanny, according to a published report.


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Paparazzi pleads not guilty in Witherspoon incident (Reuters)
Reuters - A photographer pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to using aggressive tactics to get pictures of actress Reese Witherspoon and her family while they were on a birthday outing to a Disney theme park.

'Wedding' crew line up Thanksgiving caper (Reuters)
Reuters - The director and production company behind summer smash "Wedding Crashers" are reuniting for another R-rated comedy that promises plenty of sparks.

Rush celebrates 30th with live CD/DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - A 2004 concert in Frankfurt, Germany is the subject of an upcoming CD/DVD from veteran progressive rock trio Rush.

'Lost' Star, Wife Robbed at Gunpoint (AP)
Josh Holloway arrives at the 'Lost' season 2 premiere party at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel on Sept. 14, 2005, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Holloway and his wife reportedly were robbed at gunpoint in their home Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005, television station KHON reported. (AP Photo/Tammie Arroyo)AP - Josh Holloway and his wife reportedly were robbed at gunpoint in their home. There was no indication that the robber recognized the 36-year-old actor, who plays hunky con man Sawyer on the ABC castaway drama "Lost," television station KHON reported.


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Jobs-Iger rapport could spur Pixar talks (Reuters)
Reuters - When Walt Disney Co. CEO Robert Iger joined his Apple Computer counterpart Steve Jobs on a theater stage Wednesday to announce that Disney-produced TV series will be made available for downloading via Apple's iTunes, he might have been moving one step closer to renewing a fragile deal with Jobs' Pixar Animation Studios as well.

Far Out! NYC Will Get a "Rocky Mountain High" in 'Almost Heaven: The Songs of John Denver' (Playbill)
Playbill - Almost Heaven: The Songs of John Denver, a musical entertainment developed regionally - in fact, in John Denver's beloved Colorado - will make its New York City premiere Oct. 28 at Off-Broadway's Promenade Theatre, producer Harold Thau announced.

'Wedding' crew line up Thanksgiving caper (Reuters)
Reuters - The director and production company behind summer smash "Wedding Crashers" are reuniting for another R-rated comedy that promises plenty of sparks.

"Superman II" Lives--Live (E! Online)
Wednesday night in the Chino, California, you will believe that 
 Christopher Gomez can fly. Probably.E! Online - Wednesday night in the Chino, California, you will believe that Christopher Gomez can fly. Probably.


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"Casino Royale" backers set date to name new Bond (Reuters)
Reuters - James Bond, 007, is back. Or, at least he will be on Friday.

Craig on Her Majesty's Secret Service? (E! Online)
You might recognize Daniel Craig as the other man in breathless 
 tabloid accounts of the Jude Law-Sienna Miller relationship meltdown. 
 Pretty soon, though, you might know him for his big-screen martini 
 preference--as in: shaken, not stirred.E! Online - You might recognize Daniel Craig as the other man in breathless tabloid accounts of the Jude Law-Sienna Miller relationship meltdown. Pretty soon, though, you might know him for his big-screen martini preference--as in: shaken, not stirred.


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Photog Pleads Innocent in Witherspoon Case (AP)
Actress Reese Witherspoon arrives at the 12th Annual Premiere Women in Hollywood event in Beverly Hills, Calif., Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005. The evening, which honored women singled out by Premiere magazine for their achievements in the film industry, will be telecast on AMC on October 2. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - A photographer pleaded innocent Wednesday to six misdemeanor charges alleging he struck a 5-year-old girl with his camera and shoved two amusement park employees out of the way to take pictures of Reese Witherspoon and her children.


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'Chewbacca' Actor to Become U.S. Citizen (AP)
Actor Peter Mayhew, who depicted the character of Chewbacca in the first three sci-fi 'Star Wars' movies, poses for the photographers prior to the UK premiere of the film Star Wars Episode III, Revenge of the Sith, the last in the series, in Leicester Square in central London in this Monday May 16, 2005 file photo. British-born Mayhew will be among 441 people from 77 countries who will become naturalized Americans in a ceremony in Arlington, Texas on Monday, Oct. 17.   (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis, FILE)AP - A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a Wookiee named Chewbacca growled and howled his way through "Star Wars" movies. On Monday, the actor who played him will take the oath to become an American citizen.


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Warner Bros eyes movie about Bond creator Fleming (Reuters)
Reuters - The colorful life of Ian Fleming, the British author who created secret agent James Bond modeling 007 in part on himself, may soon become a movie.

Report: It's Over for Jude and Sienna (AP)
Jude Law and Sienna Miller arrive at a film premiere  in London's Leicester Square,  Oct.14, 2004. Miller and Law have ended their engagement, months after he apologized for an affair with his children's nanny, according to a published report. A London-based representative for Miller refused comment Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005, on the story, which was posted on People magazine's Web site. (AP Photo/ Max Nash)AP - Sienna Miller and Jude Law have ended their engagement, months after he apologized for an affair with his children's nanny, according to a published report.


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Woody Harrelson to Be a Father Again (AP)
Woody Harrelson is shown in Toronto, Sept. 12, 2005. Harrelson, who plays a father of 10 in the new movie 'The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio,' says he's going to be a real-life dad for a third time, he told David Letterman in an interview for the 'Late Show' Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2005, according to a transcript. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)AP - Actor Woody Harrelson, who plays a father of 10 in the new movie "The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio," says he's going to be a real-life dad for a third time.


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Angelina Jolie Receives Humanitarian Award (AP)
Actress Angelina Jolie poses with United Nations Association of the USA chairman William H. Luers at the UNA-USA 2005 annual dinner, where she was presented with the Global Humanitarian Action Award, in New York,  Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005. (AP Photo/John Smock)AP - Angelina Jolie has accepted an award for her humanitarian work as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations refugee agency.


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Rush celebrates 30th with live CD/DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - A 2004 concert in Frankfurt, Germany is the subject of an upcoming CD/DVD from veteran progressive rock trio Rush.

Rock's groupie queen tells all -- once again (Reuters)
Reuters - The other day, Pamela Des Barres' name came up in conversation with a friend who asked, "Wasn't she a ... uh ... a roadie or something?"

Canada's Nickelback 'Right' on top of U.S. charts (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian rock band Nickelback scored the first chart-topping album of its career Wednesday, while new sets from Twista, Sara Evans, Fiona Apple and Franz Ferdinand also bowed in the upper reaches of the U.S. charts.

Jamie Cullum a Rat Pack wannabe as safe as milk (Reuters)
Reuters - Jamie Cullum took the stage at New York's Irving Plaza on Tuesday to a roomful of feral white-collar whooping and high-pitched squeals. With his three-piece light-jazz trio, the young Brit worked his charm as a budding entertainer of the Rat Pack variety.

'Christmas' finally arrives for Flaming Lips (Reuters)
Reuters - The Flaming Lips have completed shooting on their feature film "Christmas on Mars," which has been in the works for several years.

Apple Introduces Video IPod, TV Deals (AP)
An episode of the hit television show 'Desperate Housewives' is shown on the new Apple Computer Inc. iPod during an unveiling in San Jose, Calif., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Apple Computer Inc. introduced an iPod capable of playing videos on Wednesday, evolving the portable music player of choice into a multimedia platform for everything from TV shows to music videos.


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Record Labels Bank on IPod for Video Sales (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs gestures as he shows the new iPod with U2 playing in background during an unveiling in San Jose, Calif., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod and iTunes online music store made paying for music downloads cool, but can they fuel a similar revenue-boosting boom for record labels with music videos?


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Isley Brother on trial in L.A. for tax evasion (Reuters)
Singer Ronald Isley is currently on trial in Los Angeles federal court on tax evasion charges that could result in a prison sentence of up to 26 years if convicted. Isley, of the legendary R&B group the Isley Brothers, is shown in this March 20, 2004 file photograph at the 18th Annual Soul Train Music Awards in Los Angeles. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/FilesReuters - Ronald Isley, lead singer of legendary R&B band the Isley Brothers, went on trial on Wednesday on tax evasion charges that could result in a prison sentence of up to 26 years if convicted.


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Coach Teaches Screaming to Rock Stars (AP)
Self-proclaimed 'Queen of Scream,' Melissa Cross, is photographed in New York on Oct. 11, 2005. Cross' recently released double DVD is titled 'The Art of the Scream.'  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Do rock stars really need to learn how to scream? It's doubtful Robert Plant needed coaching to shriek "baaaaay-beeeeey," or that Zack de la Rocha ever needed a lesson. But regardless of natural talent, Melissa Cross, the self-proclaimed "Queen of Scream," has developed a training program that teaches proper technique to a new breed of unrestrained rock singers.


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Three indicted in U.S. bust of pirated CDs (Reuters)
Reuters - A federal grand jury indicted three men on Wednesday in what prosecutors are calling the largest bust of pirated CDs in U.S. history.

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