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Fey to Return to SNL's 'Weekend Update' (AP)
Tina Fey arrives at a film  premiere in Los Angeles on  April 19, 2004. Her maternity leave is over. She'll be back behind 'Saturday Night Lives'' 'Weekend Update' anchor desk on Oct. 22, 2005, for this week's episode, her first show since giving birth to her daughter Alice on Sept. 10.(AP Photo/Chris Polk)AP - Maternity leave is over for Tina Fey of "Saturday Night Live." She'll be back behind the "Weekend Update" anchor desk for this week's episode, her first show since giving birth to her daughter Alice on Sept. 10.


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The Next Stern? Maybe There Isn't One (AP)
Radio personality Howard Stern, right, and Chris Rock,left, watch an NBA game at Madison Square Garden in New York, in this file photo from Dec. 8, 2001.  Stern, a shock jock based at K-Rock in New York, departs for Sirius Satellite Radio in January, 2006. Chris Rock is one of a handful of personalities believed to be a possible replacement for Stern. (AP Photo/Jeff Zelevansky)AP - They fade in and out like stations along the radio dial, some with more frequency than others: the reputed replacements for departing shock jock Howard Stern. There's David Lee Roth and Adam Carolla, Jon Stewart and Geraldo Rivera, Whoopi Goldberg and Danny Bonaduce.


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Aniston and Vaughn Photographed Kissing (AP)
Jennifer Aniston attends the Showest awards show in Las Vegas on March 17, 2005. Aniston and Vince Vaughn were photographed kissing  last week in Chicago, possibly confirming that their relationship has grown romantic, according to People magazine, on newsstands Friday, Oct. 21,2005.(AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)AP - Does Vinnifer have the same ring to it as Brangelina? Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn were photographed kissing, possibly confirming that their relationship has grown romantic. People magazine published the photos, taken last week in Chicago, in its Oct. 31 issue, on newsstands Friday.


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Madonna, David Letterman Ride Horses (AP)
In this photo released by CBS, Madonna and David Letterman ride horses on New York's West 53rd Street when the music superstar appeared on The  Late Show with David Letterman, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005. This is Madonnas first visit to the Late Show since Nov. 11, 2003. (AP Photo/CBS, David M. Russell) NO SALES**AP - Madonna got back up on the horse again — with an assist from David Letterman. The talk show host and Madonna rode two horses along 53rd Street in Manhattan on the "Late Show," the singer's first ride since being thrown from a horse in England this summer.


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Publishers launch Herculean "Myths" book series (Reuters)
Reuters - Publishers from around the world unveiled the first titles from an open-ended series of books that retell ancient myths, in one of the most far-reaching and ambitious projects attempted by the industry.

Iger ushering in new Disney era of risk-taking (Reuters)
Disney CEO Robert Iger attends an Apple Inc. news conference during the launch of the new iPod in San Jose, California October 12, 2005. (Monica Davey [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - At the Walt Disney Studios, a fresh breeze -- one composed strictly of zeros and ones -- is wafting through the central corridors of the old Disney animation building on Dopey Drive, which are lined with blowups of cels from such Disney classics as "Pinocchio," "101 Dalmatians" and "The Little Mermaid."


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Village People Policeman No-Show in Court (AP)
AP - Victor Willis, the original policeman in the 1970s music group the Village People, was being sought after failing to show up Thursday for a sentencing in a drug case, authorities said.

Harring inks for role on 'Shield' (Reuters)
Reuters - Laura Harring has moved from "Mulholland Drive" to the LAPD. The actress is joining FX's "The Shield" in a recurring role for the police drama's upcoming fifth season.

Publishers launch Herculean "Myths" book series (Reuters)
Reuters - Publishers from around the world unveiled the first titles from an open-ended series of books that retell ancient myths, in one of the most far-reaching and ambitious projects attempted by the industry.

PLAYBILL ON OPENING NIGHT: 'Absurd Person Singular': Alternate-Side Coupling on West 47th (Playbill)
Playbill - While the world and his brother were being shoehorned into previews of The Odd Couple at the Brooks Atkinson, the general levity of West 47th Street jumped discernably on Oct. 18 with some additional coupling across the street at the Biltmore from the opening of Absurd Person Singular.

Iger ushering in new Disney era of risk-taking (Reuters)
Disney CEO Robert Iger attends an Apple Inc. news conference during the launch of the new iPod in San Jose, California October 12, 2005. (Monica Davey [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - At the Walt Disney Studios, a fresh breeze -- one composed strictly of zeros and ones -- is wafting through the central corridors of the old Disney animation building on Dopey Drive, which are lined with blowups of cels from such Disney classics as "Pinocchio," "101 Dalmatians" and "The Little Mermaid."


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Movies face hurdles as they get in the game (Reuters)
Reuters - With global revenue of $24.5 billion in 2004, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers, the video game industry dwarfs the $9.5 billion in domestic theatrical revenue earned by the film industry. That fact has movie executives hoping to turn all those loyal gamers into equally eager ticket buyers.

Sony bumps 'King's Men' to '06 (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Pictures is postponing the release of "All the King's Men" -- in which Sean Penn will take on the role of fictional Southern politician Willie Stark under the direction of Steve Zaillian -- from December 16 until next year.

Warner Bros. dusting off 'Creepshow' for remake (Reuters)
Reuters - "Creepshow," the 1982 horror anthology movie written by Stephen King and directed by George A. Romero, is getting the remake treatment from Warner Bros. Pictures.

Weaver back with 'Gorillas' in Fossey documentary (Reuters)
Reuters - Nearly 20 years after she starred as zoologist Dian Fossey in 1988's "Gorillas in the Mist," Sigourney Weaver will return to the mountains of Rwanda for the Animal Planet documentary "Gorillas Revisited With Sigourney Weaver."

Fanning tops voice cast for 'Coraline' (Reuters)
Dakota Fanning arrives for the Los Angeles premiere of 'Dreamer' held at the Mann Village Theater in the Westwood area of Los Angeles, California October 9, 2005. (Phil McCarten [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - Dakota Fanning has signed on to voice the title character in Laika Entertainment's animated feature "Coraline."


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Warner Bros. joins Blu-ray camp (Reuters)
Reuters - Scoring another point for Sony Corp in a war over new DVD formats, Warner Bros. Entertainment on Thursday said it would release high-definition movies in the Blu-ray format backed by a group led by Sony.

"Stay's" cerebral jigsaw puzzle never comes together (Reuters)
Reuters - "Stay" teases its audience with levels of reality as director Marc Forster plays with nightmarish images, confusions of identity and a psychiatrist hero plunging into a full-blown psychosis.

'Saw II' delivers the Twisted goods in gory style (Reuters)
Reuters - Jigsaw, the serial killer with a particularly imaginative bent, is back in this sequel to last year's sleeper horror hit.

Boys, prepare to meet thy 'Doom' (Reuters)
Reuters - Preteen boys are set to hit the theaters in droves for "Doom," Universal Pictures' wide opening of the video game adaptation. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures will bring adult and family fare to the table, respectively, hoping to lure consumers back to the boxoffice.

Village People Policeman No-Show in Court (AP)
AP - Victor Willis, the original policeman in the 1970s music group the Village People, was being sought after failing to show up Thursday for a sentencing in a drug case, authorities said.

Windham Hill founder mulling next album (Reuters)
Reuters - Will Ackerman, founder of New Age label Windham Hill Records, is at work on material that he expects will form the basis of his next studio album.

'Gold Digger' mines another week on top (Reuters)
Kanye West performs during the VH1 Hip Hop Honors in New York City September 22, 2005. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - For the seventh week straight, Kanye West's "Gold Digger" featuring Jamie Foxx is in the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100.


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Death Cab connects, though formula grows thin (Reuters)
Reuters - For a 29-year-old guy who's the leader of not one but two successful rock bands, Ben Gibbard sure seems to have a lot of angst.

CORRECTED: 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 - Please read in fourth paragraph ... February 4 on a private island in the Bahamas ... instead of ... February 4 on the private island resort CocoCay.


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Microsoft Recants Exclusive Music Deals (AP)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, discusses his passion for innovation in the 'Mastermind' keynote interview at the Gartner Symposium in Orlando, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005. (AP Photo/Bill Perry)AP - Microsoft Corp., already under government scrutiny over its behavior toward competitors, told manufacturers of iPod-like portable audio devices that they were not allowed to distribute rivals' music player software, but then pulled back after one company protested.


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Bartoli Again Makes Foray Into Rare Music (AP)
This photo released by Carnegie Hall shows mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli performs Wednesday, October 19, 2005 in New York. She returned to Carnegie Hall on Wednesday night as part of her tour backing her new recording, 'Opera Proibita,' a recording of works by Alessandro Scarlatti, Antonio Caldara and George Frideric Handel that were forbidden to be performed according to a 1701 ruling by Pope Clement XI.(AP Photo/Carnegie Hall, Richard Termine)AP - When Cecilia Bartoli sings, notes don't just float out of her mouth. Her body shakes during her coloratura fireworks, as if each sound bubbled up, like lava escaping a volcano.


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Michael Jackson Summoned for Jury Duty (AP)
A grim looking Michael Jackson pauses momentarily as he leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse, Friday, June 3, 2005 in Santa Maria, Calif. at the conclusion of Jackson's trial on charges of child molestation. Authorities want the King of Pop back in court _ this time as a juror. Singer Michael Jackson received a jury summons at his Neverland Valley Ranch, four months after he was acquitted of child molestation charges. It's unlikely that Jackson will show up for jury selection. His lawyers have filed paperwork for a deferment based on the fact that he now lives in Bahrain.(AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - Authorities want Michael Jackson back in court — this time as a juror. Jackson received a jury summons at his Neverland Valley Ranch, four months after he was acquitted of child molestation charges.


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Pearl Jam gets OK to play in Sao Paulo (Reuters)
Eddie Vedder, the lead singer in the rock band Pearl Jam is seen performing in Los Angeles, September 13, 2004. After weeks of doubts, Sao Paulo's mayor had agreed to allow U.S. rockers Pearl Jam to perform in the Brazilian city's biggest stadium. (Jim Ruymen/Reuters)Reuters - After weeks of doubts, Sao Paulo's mayor had agreed to allow U.S. rockers Pearl Jam to perform in the Brazilian city's biggest stadium.


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Pope's Older Brother Featured at Concert (AP)
Pope Benedict XVI's older brother Georg Ratzinger, bottom right, looks on as the pontiff shares a word with Munich PhilHarmonic Orchestra director Christian Thielemann, center,  at the end of a concert dedicated to Benedict in Paul VI hall at the Vatican, Thursday Oct. 20, 2005. A piece by the pope's older brother was featured at the concert along those by such famous composers as Mozart, Liszt, Wagner and Mendelssohn. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)AP - He might not be well-known to music buffs, but composer Georg Ratzinger strikes a familiar chord with Pope Benedict XVI.


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