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Kutcher, Moore romance inspires sitcom (Reuters)
Actors Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore arrive for the premiere of Touchstone Pictures' 'A Lot Like Love' in New York, April 18, 2005. Kutcher is producing a sitcom pilot about a man who marries an older woman, Hollywood trade paper Variety reported October 17, 2005. (Marion Curtis/Reuters)Reuters - Actor Ashton Kutcher, whose May-to-December romance with screen star Demi Moore has riveted the tabloids for months, is producing a Fox TV sitcom pilot inspired by the couple's recent real-life marriage.


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Child-porn bill might get rewrite (Reuters)
Reuters - The chief author of legislation that would treat steamy Hollywood films the same as hard-core pornography said Tuesday that he is willing to alter his bill in an effort to get at child pornographers but leave the mainstream film industry alone.

Int'l markets like 'Chris' at TV's MIPCOM (Reuters)
Reuters - It may be that the new Chris Rock-created sitcom "Everybody Hates Chris" is mistitled. At MIPCOM, the international television market, the sitcom was proving a hit with buyers from around the world who seemed to like Chris very much.

'Dying' day: McGraw hit tops BMI Country Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Tim McGraw's hit "Live Like You Were Dying," penned by Tim Nichols, scored the Robert J. Burton Award as most-performed song of the year at BMI's annual Country Awards, staged Tuesday at the performing rights organization's Nashville office.

Disney books kids' stuff from Zappa (Reuters)
Actress Selma Blair and her husband, actor Ahmet Zappa, arrive as guests at the premiere of the romantic comedy film 'Must Love Dogs' in Hollywood July 21, 2005. (Fred Prouser [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Films won a bidding war to buy "The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless," an upcoming children's book by Ahmet Zappa.


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Swinton, Tamblyn sign on for 'Daley' (Reuters)
Reuters - Tilda Swinton will star as a forensic psychologist opposite Amber Tamblyn's murder suspect in the indie feature "Stephanie Daley."

Charlie Daniels Honored at BMI Ceremonies (AP)
AP - Charlie Daniels, best know for his fiery fiddle tune, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," won the BMI Icon award Tuesday for his contributions to country music.

Int'l markets like 'Chris' at TV's MIPCOM (Reuters)
Reuters - It may be that the new Chris Rock-created sitcom "Everybody Hates Chris" is mistitled. At MIPCOM, the international television market, the sitcom was proving a hit with buyers from around the world who seemed to like Chris very much.

Int'l markets like 'Chris' at TV's MIPCOM (Reuters)
Reuters - It may be that the new Chris Rock-created sitcom "Everybody Hates Chris" is mistitled. At MIPCOM, the international television market, the sitcom was proving a hit with buyers from around the world who seemed to like Chris very much.

'Soldier's Play' gets no-frills treatment (Reuters)
Reuters - In 1981, "A Soldier's Play" debuted off-Broadway and subsequently won a Pulitzer. Then, renamed as "A Soldier's Story," the film adaptation earned a best picture Oscar nomination. Fast-forward 20-plus years, and the show has returned to its roots.

Swinton, Tamblyn sign on for 'Daley' (Reuters)
Reuters - Tilda Swinton will star as a forensic psychologist opposite Amber Tamblyn's murder suspect in the indie feature "Stephanie Daley."

Perlman on board for animated 'Conan' (Reuters)
Reuters - Ron Perlman will provide the voice of Conan of Cimmeria for Swordplay Entertainment's "Conan: Red Nails," the first animated film featuring the mythic barbarian.

Child-porn bill might get rewrite (Reuters)
Reuters - The chief author of legislation that would treat steamy Hollywood films the same as hard-core pornography said Tuesday that he is willing to alter his bill in an effort to get at child pornographers but leave the mainstream film industry alone.

Disney books kids' stuff from Zappa (Reuters)
Actress Selma Blair and her husband, actor Ahmet Zappa, arrive as guests at the premiere of the romantic comedy film 'Must Love Dogs' in Hollywood July 21, 2005. (Fred Prouser [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Films won a bidding war to buy "The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless," an upcoming children's book by Ahmet Zappa.


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'Ushpizin' a modern-day parable set in Jerusalem (Reuters)
Reuters - In the charming comedy-parable "Ushpizin," religious orthodoxy inspires not unbending dogma but humble, sometimes baffled spiritual striving by its embraceable, flawed characters. Made with the unprecedented involvement of Jerusalem's Orthodox community, the film bridges the secular and religious with a light touch, using ritual specifics as a way into a very human story.

Downey's Back With a Kiss and a Bang (AP)
Robert Downey Jr. poses in Toronto Sept.  9, 2005. Downey stars with Val Kilmer in the new film 'Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang.' (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)AP - The notion of destiny — right person, right place at precisely the right instant — underlies Robert Downey Jr.'s film-noir caper "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang." Even as he cracks wise about destiny guiding real life, Downey ends up embracing the thought that his journey from brat-pack star to Academy Award nominee to addict and jailbird to Hollywood reclamation project had providence behind it.


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Photog Wins Appeal in Kidman Bugging Case (AP)
Actress Nicole Kidman returns to her seat at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York, on Sept. 7, 2005. A photographer suspected of planting a listening device outside Nicole Kidman's home will not have to give a DNA sample to police, an  Australian appeals court ruled Tuesday, Oct.18, 2005. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)AP - A photographer suspected of planting a listening device outside Nicole Kidman's home will not have to give a DNA sample to police, an appeals court ruled Tuesday.


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Sundance marks 25 years with DVD set (Reuters)
Attendees queue inside a heated tent for tickets to a screening at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 22, 2005. (Fred Prouser [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - Giving a nod to the Sundance Institute's 25th anniversary, an 11-DVD collection of festival favorites is being readied for a November 22 release.


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'Wallace' wallops o'seas market with hot $25.8 mil (Reuters)
A poster for the movie Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is seen outside the Mann Village Theatre during the movie's Los Angeles premiere in the Westwood section of Los Angeles, California on October 2, 2005. United International Pictures' 'Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit' continued to dominate the international box-office during the weekend, which otherwise was sprinkled with holdovers and a few strong openings. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson REUTERS/Lucas JacksonReuters - Bolstered by 12 new openings -- including such key markets as the U.K., France and Germany -- British animator Nick Park's "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" soared to the forefront in the overseas market with an estimated $25.8 million weekend at the overseas market that brought its international cume close to $40 million.


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Gorilla scientist says inspired by King Kong (Reuters)
Scientist Patrick Mehlman, a leading researcher for the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, poses for a portrait in New York on October 17, 2005. REUTERS/Shannon StapletonReuters - The upcoming movie remake of "King Kong" might outrage some serious scientists, but one expert in gorilla conservation sees the fictional ape as an inspiration.


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Charlie Daniels Honored at BMI Ceremonies (AP)
AP - Charlie Daniels, best know for his fiery fiddle tune, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," won the BMI Icon award Tuesday for his contributions to country music.

'Dying' day: McGraw hit tops BMI Country Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Tim McGraw's hit "Live Like You Were Dying," penned by Tim Nichols, scored the Robert J. Burton Award as most-performed song of the year at BMI's annual Country Awards, staged Tuesday at the performing rights organization's Nashville office.

Bon Jovi eyeing show on military base (Reuters)
Reuters - With another world tour slated to begin November 2 in Des Moines, Iowa, Bon Jovi has hunkered down at New Jersey military base Fort Monmouth to rehearse. Guitarist Richie Sambora told Billboard.com the band hopes to show its appreciation by performing a special military personnel-only show later this week.

Los Lobos' year-end shows to feature 'Kiko' (Reuters)
Reuters - Los Angeles-based rockers Los Lobos will perform their adventurous 1992 album, "Kiko," in its entirety at the band's annual holiday shows.

Killers box up 'Hot Fuss' singles (Reuters)
Brandon Flowers of the U.S. band The Killers performs on the first day of the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, southern England June 24, 2005. Having already reissued its Island debut, 'Hot Fuss,' in an expanded edition, the band will on November 22 offer a boxed set featuring individual seven-inch vinyl singles for every track on the album. (Eddie Keogh/Reuters)Reuters - Having already reissued its Island debut, "Hot Fuss," in an expanded edition, rock band the Killers will on November 22 offer a boxed set featuring individual seven-inch vinyl singles for every track on the album. The package will be limited to 5,000 copies worldwide.


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Labels band together for Katrina compilation (Reuters)
Hurricane Katrina refugee cat, Katrina, takes a playful ride on the back of Pocahontas Correctional Unit inmate Wendy Brickey, center, as Lisa Sclafani, left, and Tuesday Kilgore, right, care for other cats in the prison's cat shelter at the prison in Chesterfield, Va., Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2005.   (AP Photo/Steve Helber)Reuters - The four major labels, Concord Music Group and the Recording Industry Association of America are teaming for a double-disc compilation to benefit victims of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.


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Fantasia's Hometown Hurt (E! Online)
Fantasia Barrino might be an American Idol, but she's 
 definitely not Kyle Sandler and Jennifer English's.E! Online - Fantasia Barrino might be an American Idol, but she's definitely not Kyle Sandler and Jennifer English's.


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Jazz benefit concert headed for Blue Note CD (Reuters)
Reuters - The November 22 Blue Note release "Higher Ground" will feature highlights from Jazz at Lincoln Center's Hurricane Katrina benefit concert.

Koch Nashville label shut down (Reuters)
Reuters - Country and alt-country label Koch Nashville abruptly closed its doors Tuesday.

ASCAP fete honors country songwriters, publishers (Reuters)
Reuters - ASCAP honored its top country songwriters and publishers at its annual awards gala Monday night at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium. Kenny Chesney, Craig Wiseman, John Rich and EMI Music Publishing were the evening's top honorees.

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