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Documentary a Nail-Biter for Madonna (AP)
Madonna arrives at the screening of her documentary 'I'm Gonna Tell You A Secret.', Oct. 18, 2005 in New York. When her new documentary, 'I'm Going to Tell You A Secret,' premiered in New York, she said she was nervous the audience wouldn't like it. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - Madonna is worried that her secret wasn't juicy enough. When her new documentary, "I'm Going to Tell You A Secret," premiered in New York, she said she was nervous the audience wouldn't like it.


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Spears Says Web Photos of Baby Are Stolen (AP)
Singer Britney Spears arrives for a film premiere on July 10, 2005, file photo, in Los Angeles. According to Spears' official Web site, Spears gave birth to a baby boy. According to Us Weekly magazine  the pop star gave birth Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005, by Caesarean section at the  UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, Calif. It is the first child for the 23-year-old pop star and her husband, Kevin Federline. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)AP - Britney Spears threatened to take legal action after pictures of her newborn son popped up on the Internet, apparently stolen from a private photo shoot. At least two Web sites showed photos of Spears embracing her child, as well as a family portrait.


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'Calvin and Hobbes' Creator Keeps Privacy (AP)
Bill Watterson, creator of the syndicated cartoon strip 'Calvin & Hobbes' is shown in this Feb. 24, 1986 file photo at his home in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. (AP Photo/The Plain Dealer, C.H. Pete Copeland)AP - Maybe someday, officials will put up a statue marking this quaint village as the birthplace of "Calvin and Hobbes."


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Sizemore Lawyers Want Conviction Tossed (AP)
Actor Tom Sizemore listens as his attorney speaks at a news conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., June 3, 2005. A judge has asked the city attorney's office to show why Sizemore's conviction for beating former girlfriend and Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss should not be thrown out, according to the actor's attorneys. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)AP - A judge wants the city attorney's office to show why Tom Sizemore's conviction for beating former girlfriend and Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss should not be thrown out, according to the actor's attorneys.


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Stars sign on for Johnny Cash special (Reuters)
A stage hand puts the final touches on a large photo of Johnny Cash in Nashville, November 10, 2003. U2, Foo Fighters, Norah Jones and Jerry Lee Lewis are among the luminaries set to perform at 'I Walk the Line: A Night for Johnny Cash.' The CBS special will air November 16, two days before the theatrical release of the Cash biopic 'Walk the Line,' starring Joaquin Phoenix as the legendary musician. (John Sommers II/Reuters)Reuters - U2, Foo Fighters, Norah Jones and Jerry Lee Lewis are among the luminaries set to perform at "I Walk the Line: A Night for Johnny Cash." The CBS special will air November 16, two days before the theatrical release of the Cash biopic "Walk the Line," starring Joaquin Phoenix as the legendary musician.


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Review: Hard-Core Fans Will Love 'Doom' (AP)
In this photo provided by Universal Studios, (L to R) The Kid (Al Weaver), Duke (Raz Adoti), Destroyer  (Deobia Oparei), Portman  (Richard Brake), Sarge  (Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson), Reaper  (Karl Urban), Mac  (Yao Chin) and Goat  (Ben Daniels) are members of an elite Marines' unit who respond to a distress signal from a remote science facility on a distant planet in 'Doom.'  (AP Photo/Universal Studios)AP - From "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" to "Super Mario Bros.," I've seen enough video game-to-movie conversions to know just how painful they can be to watch.


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Documentary a Nail-Biter for Madonna (AP)
Madonna arrives at the screening of her documentary 'I'm Gonna Tell You A Secret.', Oct. 18, 2005 in New York. When her new documentary, 'I'm Going to Tell You A Secret,' premiered in New York, she said she was nervous the audience wouldn't like it. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - Madonna is worried that her secret wasn't juicy enough. When her new documentary, "I'm Going to Tell You A Secret," premiered in New York, she said she was nervous the audience wouldn't like it.


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Documentary a Nail-Biter for Madonna (AP)
Madonna arrives at the screening of her documentary 'I'm Gonna Tell You A Secret.', Oct. 18, 2005 in New York. When her new documentary, 'I'm Going to Tell You A Secret,' premiered in New York, she said she was nervous the audience wouldn't like it. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - Madonna is worried that her secret wasn't juicy enough. When her new documentary, "I'm Going to Tell You A Secret," premiered in New York, she said she was nervous the audience wouldn't like it.


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Prosecutors Want to Use Spector's Comment (AP)
Music producer Phil Spector listens to a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruling allowing four of ten accounts of evidence in Spector's murder trial that prosecutor's say illustrate the music producer has a history of puling guns on women, Monday, May 23, 2005, in Los Angeles. The prosecutors motion included accounts of at least nine occasions dating back to 1972 when Spector allegedly pointed a gun at women he was dating and folk singer Leonard Cohen. Spector is on trial for the Feb. 23, 2003, fatal shooting of b-movie actress Lana Clarkson. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Prosecutors in the Phil Spector murder case asked a judge to allow statements the music producer made shortly after an actress was shot to death at his home in 2003 to be used at his trial.


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'Einstein's Dreams', the Musical, Makes European Premiere in Lisbon (Playbill)
Playbill - The European premiere of the musical Einstein's Dreams, inspired by the spare fiction book of the same name, opens Oct. 21 at the Teatro da Trindade, Lisbon's oldest theatre.

Review: Hard-Core Fans Will Love 'Doom' (AP)
In this photo provided by Universal Studios, (L to R) The Kid (Al Weaver), Duke (Raz Adoti), Destroyer  (Deobia Oparei), Portman  (Richard Brake), Sarge  (Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson), Reaper  (Karl Urban), Mac  (Yao Chin) and Goat  (Ben Daniels) are members of an elite Marines' unit who respond to a distress signal from a remote science facility on a distant planet in 'Doom.'  (AP Photo/Universal Studios)AP - From "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" to "Super Mario Bros.," I've seen enough video game-to-movie conversions to know just how painful they can be to watch.


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Sizemore Lawyers Want Conviction Tossed (AP)
Actor Tom Sizemore listens as his attorney speaks at a news conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., June 3, 2005. A judge has asked the city attorney's office to show why Sizemore's conviction for beating former girlfriend and Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss should not be thrown out, according to the actor's attorneys. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)AP - A judge wants the city attorney's office to show why Tom Sizemore's conviction for beating former girlfriend and Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss should not be thrown out, according to the actor's attorneys.


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Sequel offers a tamer, family-friendly 'Zorro' (Reuters)
Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of Columbia Pictures' 'The Legend of Zorro' in Los Angeles, October 16, 2005. Instead of a lone masked champion of justice and freedom, the sequel to Amblin's 1998 'The Mask of Zorro' is now a family act. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - What have they done to the "Zorro" movie series? It's turned into "Spy Kids!" Instead of a lone masked champion of justice and freedom, the sequel to Amblin's 1998 "The Mask of Zorro" is now a family act.


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Italy selects 'Don't Tell' for Oscar race (Reuters)
Italian director Cristina Comencini attends is seen in Venice, September 8, 2005. Despite a chorus of voices calling for a boycott, Italy's Oscar selection committee picked Cristina Comencini's 'La Bestia Nel Cuore' ('Don't Tell') to represent Italy in the race for the best foreign-language Oscar. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Despite a chorus of voices calling for a boycott, Italy's Oscar selection committee picked Cristina Comencini's "La Bestia Nel Cuore" ("Don't Tell") to represent Italy in the race for the best foreign-language Oscar.


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Gordon Lee, Porky on 'Our Gang,' dead at 71 (Reuters)
Reuters - Eugene "Gordon" Lee, who played the chunky tag-a-long "Porky" in the 1930s-era "Our Gang" movie shorts, has died, a friend said on Friday.

Hindu Monkey God Stars in India Animation (AP)
In this photo released by Sahara One Motion Pictures, a cartoon image of Hindu monkey God Hanuman. Hanuman, the Hindu monkey god, is the star of the animated film of the same name, set to be released across India on Friday amid much hype. While Bollywood stars often achieve a mythical status in film-crazy India, the star of India's first animation feature film is a genuine deity drawn from the Hindu pantheon. (AP Photo/Sahara One Motion Pictures, HO)AP - It's a bird. It's a plane. It's ... the superhero monkey god?


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PluggedIn: DVD format war brews even as videos go off-disk (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood is gearing up for an ugly war over rival DVD formats, but the real battle may be in keeping customers hooked on physical discs at all.

'Little Rascals' Actor Gordon Lee Dies (AP)
This photo provided by family friend Roger Gillette is a June 28, 2004 photo of Gordon Lee, who earned his fame as 'Porky' in more than three dozen 'Little Rascals' comedies. Lee died Sunday in a Minneapolis nursing home after battling lung and brain cancer, according to Janice McClain, his partner of 13 years. He was 71. (AP Photo/Roger Gillette)AP - Gordon Lee, the chubby child actor who played Spanky McFarland's little brother Porky in the "Little Rascals" comedies, has died. He was 71.


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Spielberg's Holocaust Archive in USC (AP)
AP - Steven Spielberg's voluminous archive documenting the lives of Holocaust survivors has merged with the University of Southern California.

Cameron Diaz Surprises Stanford Class (AP)
In this photo provided by Toyota, Cameron Diaz arrives for the Environmental Media Awards at the Ebell Society in Los Angeles, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005. (AP Photo/Toyota, Stefano Paltera)AP - Cameron Diaz surprised a class at Stanford University when the "Charlie's Angels" star helped lead a lecture on environmentally friendly design.


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Documentary a Nail-Biter for Madonna (AP)
Madonna arrives at the screening of her documentary 'I'm Gonna Tell You A Secret.', Oct. 18, 2005 in New York. When her new documentary, 'I'm Going to Tell You A Secret,' premiered in New York, she said she was nervous the audience wouldn't like it. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - Madonna is worried that her secret wasn't juicy enough. When her new documentary, "I'm Going to Tell You A Secret," premiered in New York, she said she was nervous the audience wouldn't like it.


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Spears Says Web Photos of Baby Are Stolen (AP)
Singer Britney Spears arrives for a film premiere on July 10, 2005, file photo, in Los Angeles. According to Spears' official Web site, Spears gave birth to a baby boy. According to Us Weekly magazine  the pop star gave birth Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005, by Caesarean section at the  UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, Calif. It is the first child for the 23-year-old pop star and her husband, Kevin Federline. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)AP - Britney Spears threatened to take legal action after pictures of her newborn son popped up on the Internet, apparently stolen from a private photo shoot. At least two Web sites showed photos of Spears embracing her child, as well as a family portrait.


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Shirley Horn, jazz pianist and singer, dies at 71 (Reuters)
Shirley Horn poses with her Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance for 'I Remember Miles' at the Shrine Auditorium February 24 at the 1999 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Horn, the Grammy-winning jazz vocalist and pianist known for her intimate, whispery vocals and top-drawer piano playing, died Thursday (October 20) at Gladys Spellman Nursing Home in Cheverly, Md., after an extended battle with diabetes. She was 71. (Sam Mircovich/Reuters)Reuters - Shirley Horn, the jazz pianist and singer whose unhurried, breathy style captured the attention of two generations of listeners, has died at age 71, her record company said in a statement.


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Moby Shows Off Illustrations in Conn. (AP)
Electronic musician Moby poses for photographers during a press call in Hong Kong Thursday, July 28, 2005. Seems even kids like Moby.    The electronic music artist and Connecticut native was in Stamford last week to showcase illustrated prints and clothing from his 'Little Idiot' line. (AP Photo/Lo Sai-hung)AP - Seems even kids like Moby. The electronic music artist and Connecticut native was in Stamford last week to showcase illustrated prints and clothing from his "Little Idiot" line.


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Met Celebrates Mozart With Splendid 'Cosi' (AP)
AP - Back in 1991, the classical music world threw itself into a virtual frenzy to honor the 200th anniversary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's death. In New York, Lincoln Center committed to performing each of his 835 compositions, and the Metropolitan Opera staged all his mature operas over a couple of seasons.

European dance act singer "Captain Jack" dies at 43 (Reuters)
Reuters - Cuban-born dance music artist Franky Gee, better-known to his European fans as "Captain Jack," has died of a brain haemorrhage while in Spain, German media reported on Saturday. He was 43.

Polish pianist Blechacz wins Chopin competition (Reuters)
Rafal Blechacz of Poland, winner of the 15th Frederick Chopin International Piano Competition, listens to the final results in Warsaw October 22, 2005. The 70-year-old competition is one of the oldest events of its type in the world. (Katarina Stoltz/Reuters)Reuters - Twenty-year-old Rafal Blechacz has become the first Pole in 30 years to win the Chopin International Piano Competition, one of the world's most prestigious contests of its kind, organizers said on Saturday.


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Prosecutors Want to Use Spector's Comment (AP)
Music producer Phil Spector listens to a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruling allowing four of ten accounts of evidence in Spector's murder trial that prosecutor's say illustrate the music producer has a history of puling guns on women, Monday, May 23, 2005, in Los Angeles. The prosecutors motion included accounts of at least nine occasions dating back to 1972 when Spector allegedly pointed a gun at women he was dating and folk singer Leonard Cohen. Spector is on trial for the Feb. 23, 2003, fatal shooting of b-movie actress Lana Clarkson. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Prosecutors in the Phil Spector murder case asked a judge to allow statements the music producer made to police shortly after an actress was shot to death at his home in 2003 to be used at his trial.


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Carole King to Testify Against Idaho Bill (AP)
In this 2004 photo released by Carole King Productions/Rockingale Records, Pop singer Carole King, is shown. King who has lived in Idaho the past 28 years, has been invited to testify before Congress Oct. 27, 2005, on a bill to designate 300,000 acres in central Idaho as new wilderness area. King, a longtime environmental activist, opposes the bill by Rep. Mike Simpson, R-Idaho, because she says it doesn't protect enough land and opens up too many additional acres for development. (AP Photo/Carole King Productions/Rockingale Records, Caroline Greyshock)AP - Singer and environmental activist Carole King, one of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry's campaign trail troubadours last year, is heading to Washington, D.C., next week at the invitation of Republican lawmakers to testify before Congress against a bill creating more protected wilderness in Idaho.


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Cowell Not As Nasty to Male 'Popera' Group (AP)
The singing group Il Divo arrive at the Swarovski Fashion Rocks for the Prince's Trust in Monaco, in this Monday, Oct. 17, 2005 file photo. Simon Cowell can be brutal when he judges contestants on 'American Idol,' but he has withheld his caustic criticism from his 'popera' group, Il Divo. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)AP - Simon Cowell can be brutal when he judges contestants on Fox's "American Idol," but he has withheld his caustic criticism from his "popera" group.


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