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Bush hosts Bono at the White House (Reuters)
President George W. Bush and U2 lead singer Bono (R) discuss global AIDS and Africa policy in the Oval Office following lunch in the White House on October 19. (Eric DraperThe White House/Reuters)Reuters - Bono may not have had to sing for his meal, but the U2 rocker had the ear of President George W. Bush over lunch on Wednesday.


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Philips giving '60 Minutes' more airtime (Reuters)
Reuters - One advertiser has bought the entire commercial inventory of "60 Minutes" for Sunday, giving the magazine show more time for stories as it runs about half as many commercials.

Keys 'Unplugs' for 3rd straight No. 1 disc (Reuters)
Aritist Alicia Keys poses during arrivals for the MTV Video Music Awards in Miami August 28, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Alicia Keys extends her chart-topping legacy this week, notching her third consecutive No. 1 bow on the Billboard 200.


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ABC's 'Chief' commands full season (Reuters)
Reuters - ABC has elected a full season for the new drama "Commander in Chief," ordering nine more episodes.

NBA Lists Fashion Do's and Don'ts (Los Angeles Times)
Miami Heat's Shaquille O'Neal sits on the bench during a time out as the Heat played the Indiana Pacers in the first quarter in Indianapolis. in this Feb. 23, 2005 file photo. On Monday, Oct. 17, 2005  the NBA announced in a memo to teams that a dress code will go into effect at the start of the season which requires players on the bench who are not in uniform to wear sports jackets, shoes and socks.  (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)Los Angeles Times - Still smarting from image problems nearly a year after players and fans attacked one another during a game at Auburn Hills, Mich., the National Basketball Assn. has cracked down on … apparel.


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'Deja Vu' all over again with Scott in New Orleans (Reuters)
Reuters - Tony Scott is returning to direct Walt Disney Studios' "Deja Vu" now that it appears the project will be able to film in New Orleans as originally planned.

Satellite hookup puts Stones on AMA show (Reuters)
Mick Jagger sings as the Rolling Stones perform at Madison Square Garden in New York September 13, 2005. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - Viewers of the 2005 American Music Awards will see a live performance by the Rolling Stones, the latest addition to the event's performance lineup.


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ABC's 'Chief' commands full season (Reuters)
Reuters - ABC has elected a full season for the new drama "Commander in Chief," ordering nine more episodes.

Sony enters co-production deal in India (Reuters)
Reuters - As the major studios continue to step up their involvement with foreign-language films, Sony Pictures Entertainment, a leader in the co-production of Chinese-language films, announced Wednesday that it is extending its co-production activities to India.

'Absurd' revival doesn't do justice to the text (Reuters)
Reuters - "Absurd Person Singular" is one of prolific English playwright Alan Ayckbourn's most popular plays, but its qualities are barely discernible in the current Broadway revival being presented by the Manhattan Theater Club.

'Deja Vu' all over again with Scott in New Orleans (Reuters)
Reuters - Tony Scott is returning to direct Walt Disney Studios' "Deja Vu" now that it appears the project will be able to film in New Orleans as originally planned.

'Kingdom' takes crown on DVD sales, rental charts (Reuters)
Reuters - "Kingdom of Heaven" did on DVD what it couldn't do at the boxoffice: It became a smash hit.

Movie wax museum melting into past (Reuters)
Reuters - Southern California's Movieland Wax Museum, opened in 1962 by silent-film star Mary Pickford, is closing its doors -- a victim of the thrills and spills of huge theme parks and action-packed video games.

Antonio Banderas Gets Star on Walk of Fame (AP)
Actor Antonio Banderas touches his newly-dedicated star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during dedication ceremonies in Los Angeles Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005.  Banderas, born in Malaga, Spain, is internationally known in movies, television and theater.  His most recent role was as the voice of Puss In Boots in the animated fairy tale 'Shrek 2,' and will soon return to the role that made him famous in 'The Legend of Zorro,' opening Oct. 28.  (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Antonio Banderas has been presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 16 years after he arrived as a penniless young actor. Banderas got down on his knees and rubbed his hands over his new Hollywood star Tuesday. His latest film, "The Legend of Zorro," opens in theaters Oct. 28.


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First 'Seabiscuit,' and Now 'Dreamer' (AP)
John Gatins, director of the new film 'Dreamer,' arrives  for a special screening of the film Monday, Oct. 17, 2005 in New York.   (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)AP - Director and screenwriter John Gatins thought he had a terrific idea for a movie: the story of a dispirited trainer who nurses a broken-down thoroughbred back to health and into the winner's circle in a big race.


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Blu-Ray tipped to win DVD format battle (Reuters)
Reuters - Forrester Research on Wednesday declared Blu-Ray, a new DVD format backed by a group led by Sony Corp as the winner in an increasingly heated battle over next-generation DVD technology.

Sex scenes with wife challenged Dafoe (Reuters)
Actor Willem Dafoe arrives at New York's Apollo Theater, May 11, 2004. He drew charges of blasphemy for playing a crucified Jesus who dreams of making love to Mary Magdalene in 'The Last Temptation of Christ'. He had hot wax poured over his naked body by Madonna in the murder mystery 'Body of Evidence'. But for Dafoe, perhaps the toughest sex scenes yet were in a new film co-starring and directed by his wife. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - He drew charges of blasphemy for playing a crucified Jesus who dreams of making love to Mary Magdalene in "The Last Temptation of Christ." He had hot wax poured over his naked body by Madonna in the murder mystery "Body of Evidence."


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Swinton, Tamblyn sign on for 'Daley' (Reuters)
Actress Amber Tamblyn arrives for the premiere of 'Rize' at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood June 21, 2005. Tamblyn will star as a murder suspect opposite British actress Tilda Swinton's forensic psychologist in the indie feature 'Stephanie Daley.' (Lee Celano/Reuters)Reuters - Tilda Swinton will star as a forensic psychologist opposite Amber Tamblyn's murder suspect in the indie feature "Stephanie Daley."


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'Constant Gardener' Opens London Festival (AP)
In this photo provided by Focus Features, Rachel Weisz  and Ralph Fiennes  star in Fernando Meirelles 'The Constant Gardener.'  (AP Photo/ Focus Features/Jaap Buitendijk)AP - London's Leicester Square was getting a dose of Hollywood glamor Wednesday with the opening of the 49th annual London Film Festival. Stars Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz and master spy writer John Le Carre were due to walk the red carpet before the opening-night screening of "The Constant Gardener," Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles' adaptation of Le Carre's novel of international diplomacy and betrayal.


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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.

Satellite hookup puts Stones on AMA show (Reuters)
Mick Jagger sings as the Rolling Stones perform at Madison Square Garden in New York September 13, 2005. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - Viewers of the 2005 American Music Awards will see a live performance by the Rolling Stones, the latest addition to the event's performance lineup.


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Keys 'Unplugs' for 3rd straight No. 1 disc (Reuters)
Aritist Alicia Keys poses during arrivals for the MTV Video Music Awards in Miami August 28, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Alicia Keys extends her chart-topping legacy this week, notching her third consecutive No. 1 bow on the Billboard 200.


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Soul Asylum plans new album, shows (Reuters)
Reuters - Soul Asylum is nearing the release of its first new studio album in seven years, Billboard.com has learned.

Matthews sets sail for Caribbean concert (Reuters)
Dave Matthews performs during the 20th anniversary 'Farm Aid' concert in Tinley Park, Illinois, September 18, 2005. (John Gress/Reuters)Reuters - Dave Matthews will anchor a February concert in the Bahamas as part of the Dave Matthews & Friends Caribbean Cruise Getaway.


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Iron & Wine, Calexico partner for indie 'Waltz' (Reuters)
Reuters - Calexico's co-headlining and collaborative sets with Iron & Wine on Tuesday night at the Wiltern looked and felt like the indie-rock version of "The Last Waltz," complete with a few surprise guests and an ever-changing lineup of musicians.

Alt-country Jacket proves a good multigenre fit (Reuters)
Reuters - My Morning Jacket opened its Webster Hall show Tuesday cloaked in darkness, a choice that forced the sold-out crowd away from distractions and invited them to watch the band's highly visual alternative country-rock with their ears.

Serletic departing Virgin chairman post (Reuters)
Reuters - Virgin Records chairman Matt Serletic is exiting the label, effective immediately, according to a statement issued by the label's parent, EMI.

Keys Plugs In at No. 1 (E! Online)
Nothing like a stripped-down Alicia Keys to get music fans in a 
 tizzy.E! Online - Nothing like a stripped-down Alicia Keys to get music fans in a tizzy.


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Hurricane Wilma Scrubs Mexico's MTV Awards (AP)
Workers take a break during the dismantling of the main stage where the MTV Latin American music video awards were to be held after the event was cancelled 'due to the increased intensity of Hurricane Wilma' in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, on Wednesday Oct. 19, 2005. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says that the storm has developed into the most intense hurricane on record in the Atlantic basin. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)AP - The approach of Hurricane Wilma has forced MTV to postpone its Latin American music video awards ceremony, which had been scheduled for Mexico's Playa del Carmen resort.


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Bush hosts Bono at the White House (Reuters)
President George W. Bush and U2 lead singer Bono (R) discuss global AIDS and Africa policy in the Oval Office following lunch in the White House on October 19. (Eric DraperThe White House/Reuters)Reuters - Bono may not have had to sing for his meal, but the U2 rocker had the ear of President George W. Bush over lunch on Wednesday.


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