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'Desperate Housewives' IDs Basement Guy (AP)
Actor Page Kennedy arrives for the premiere of 'In Her Shoes,' in a  Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005 photo in Beverly Hills, Calif. With a typical 'Desperate Housewives' flourish of high drama, the man, Caleb, locked in a Wisteria Lane basement was revealed Sunday to be a fugitive from justice. Page Kennedy, the actor playing Caleb, remained a barely glimpsed mystery figure before Sunday. He's glad to emerge from the shadows, but careful not to disclose much about his character. (AP Photo/Luis Martinez, file)AP - With a typical "Desperate Housewives" flourish of high drama, the man locked in a Wisteria Lane basement was revealed Sunday to be a fugitive from justice.


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Cam'ron Shot in Botched Carjacking (AP)
Cam'ron attends the launch party for Stella McCartney's new Adidas sports performance clothing line, held at Sky Studios, in this Thursday, Sept. 9, 2004 file photo in New York. Cam'ron was shot and wounded during a botched carjacking near a Washington, D.C. waterfront night spot, his manager said Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005. The artist, who was recovering at Howard University Hospital, had stopped at a traffic light shortly after midnight when a man attempted to steal his Lamborghini, said his manager, Big Joe. (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock)AP - New York rapper Cam'ron was shot and wounded during a botched carjacking near a waterfront night spot, his manager said Sunday.


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Steve Martin Receives Twain Humor Award (AP)
Steve Martin, recipient of the Mark Twain Prize, stands on stage with his prize, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005, at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)AP - Steve Martin has played a singing King Tut, a ramblin' guy with a dead woman trapped in his body, a con man and a family man. But beyond his colorful characters, Martin has become a respected writer and a comedy legend.


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'Doom' No. 1 in Another Slow Movie Weekend (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 - The Rock did not meet his doom at the box office, but his latest action flick came in with a light pop instead of a bang during another slow weekend at movie theaters.


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Satellite radio duo tunes up for ad duel (Reuters)
Reuters - As Howard Stern has geared up for his January arrival at Sirius Satellite Radio, so have efforts to woo advertisers to his show.

AOL, Disney bring 'Narnia' online (Reuters)
Reuters - Walt Disney Studios and America Online are letting fans of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" get a peek through those famous closet doors in advance of the film's December 9 release.

Gwen Stefani leaves no doubt she's a solo star (Reuters)
Reuters - When Cher closed out her farewell tour last spring at the Hollywood Bowl, she threw down the gauntlet to the young divas to try to follow her act. We don't know whether Gwen Stefani actually knew about the challenge, but Cher might have met her match.

'Desperate Housewives' IDs Basement Guy (AP)
Actor Page Kennedy arrives for the premiere of 'In Her Shoes,' in a  Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005 photo in Beverly Hills, Calif. With a typical 'Desperate Housewives' flourish of high drama, the man, Caleb, locked in a Wisteria Lane basement was revealed Sunday to be a fugitive from justice. Page Kennedy, the actor playing Caleb, remained a barely glimpsed mystery figure before Sunday. He's glad to emerge from the shadows, but careful not to disclose much about his character. (AP Photo/Luis Martinez, file)AP - With a typical "Desperate Housewives" flourish of high drama, the man locked in a Wisteria Lane basement was revealed Sunday to be a fugitive from justice.


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SAG Fires Executive Director After 6 Mo. (AP)
AP - The executive director of the Screen Actors Guild was fired by the guild's board of directors after only six months on the job.

De Haas and Hawkins Join Benefit Concert of 'Damn Yankees,' Set in Negro Leagues (Playbill)
Playbill - Darius De Haas and Ira Hawkins have joined the concert cast of the fresh take on Damn Yankees that sets the action in the Negro Baseball Leagues.

AOL, Disney bring 'Narnia' online (Reuters)
Reuters - Walt Disney Studios and America Online are letting fans of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" get a peek through those famous closet doors in advance of the film's December 9 release.

Movies.com boosting editorial coverage (Reuters)
Reuters - Movies.com, the Walt Disney Co. online destination for movie fans that once had ambitious plans to deliver feature films over the Internet, is getting another makeover, boosting editorial coverage and adding Hollywood gossip columnist Jeanne Wolf to its lineup.

Broken Lizard comics drink to 'Beerfest' (Reuters)
Reuters - "Beerfest" will be the next film from the Broken Lizard comics, the troupe behind such productions as "Super Troopers" and "Club Dread."

'Sopranos' trek to 'Brooklyn' for mob indie (Reuters)
Reuters - Several cast members of HBO's "The Sopranos" have signed on to the mob-themed indie "Made in Brooklyn," which is shooting at locations throughout the New York borough.

Steve Martin Receives Twain Humor Award (AP)
Steve Martin, recipient of the Mark Twain Prize, stands on stage with his prize, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005, at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)AP - Steve Martin's character in "The Jerk" is ecstatic to find his name in print — in the phone book. "Things are going to start happening to me now!" he says. Twenty-six years later, the actor and writer is receiving a more prestigious form of recognition.


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Hollywood lobbyist concerned about protectionism (Reuters)
American Motion Picture Association President and CEO Dan Glickman gestures during his speech at the last day of Fortune Global Forum in Beijing May 18, 2005. Glickman, Hollywood's top lobbyist, has fired a warning shot against countries that might be emboldened to use the newly approved UNESCO convention on cultural diversity as a means to block Hollywood movies. (Alfred Cheng/Reuters)Reuters - Hollywood's top lobbyist has fired a warning shot against countries that might be emboldened to use the newly approved UNESCO convention on cultural diversity as a means to block Hollywood movies.


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'Weather' blows hot and cold as midlife portrait (Reuters)
Actor Nicolas Cage makes comments during a ceremony to unveil a statue of punk guitarist Johnny Ramone at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, California January 14, 2005. In 'The Weather Man,' Nicolas Cage doesn't so much play a protagonist, warts and all, as he plays a protagonist who is all warts. (Jim Ruymen/Reuters)Reuters - In "The Weather Man," Nicolas Cage doesn't so much play a protagonist, warts and all, as he plays a protagonist who is all warts.


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'Wallace' hopping at overseas box office (Reuters)
Reuters - "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" held on to the top spot at the international box office during the weekend but faced some competition from "Tim Burton's Corpse Bride" and "Flightplan."

Gloom, "Doom" at Box Office (E! Online)
The fall 
 box office continued to look bleak, with Doom appropriately 
 emerging as the nation's top weekend movie with $15.4 million in ticket 
 sales, according to estimates from Exhibitor Relations.E! Online - The fall box office continued to look bleak, with Doom appropriately emerging as the nation's top weekend movie with $15.4 million in ticket sales, according to estimates from Exhibitor Relations.


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'Doom' No. 1 in Another Slow Movie Weekend (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 - The Rock did not meet his doom at the box office, but his latest action flick came in with a light pop instead of a bang during another slow weekend at movie theaters.


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Gwen Stefani leaves no doubt she's a solo star (Reuters)
Reuters - When Cher closed out her farewell tour last spring at the Hollywood Bowl, she threw down the gauntlet to the young divas to try to follow her act. We don't know whether Gwen Stefani actually knew about the challenge, but Cher might have met her match.

Foo Fighters graduate with Honor at Long Beach (Reuters)
Reuters - It's hard to imagine Dave Grohl as anything but a frontman.

New wave of teen talent energizes R&B scene (Reuters)
Reuters - Is Chris Brown the next Usher?

Satellite radio duo tunes up for ad duel (Reuters)
Reuters - As Howard Stern has geared up for his January arrival at Sirius Satellite Radio, so have efforts to woo advertisers to his show.

Cam'ron Shot in Botched Carjacking (AP)
Cam'ron attends the launch party for Stella McCartney's new Adidas sports performance clothing line, held at Sky Studios, in this Thursday, Sept. 9, 2004 file photo in New York. Cam'ron was shot and wounded during a botched carjacking near a Washington, D.C. waterfront night spot, his manager said Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005. The artist, who was recovering at Howard University Hospital, had stopped at a traffic light shortly after midnight when a man attempted to steal his Lamborghini, said his manager, Big Joe. (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock)AP - New York rapper Cam'ron was shot and wounded during a botched carjacking near a waterfront night spot, his manager said Sunday.


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Bluegrass drawing new, younger fans (Reuters)
Reuters - Anyone in the bluegrass business will tell you that now is a great time to be involved with the genre.

Eurythmics reliving Sweet Dreams with hits set (Reuters)
Reuters - Twenty-five years after forming Eurythmics, Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox admit that how they write songs together remains a mystery.

Yolanda Perez takes traditional sounds to the street (Reuters)
Reuters - Yolanda Perez is not the first bilingual, bicultural artist to blend traditional Mexican with urban American sounds.

Folkie tune reborn as theme for series 'Weeds' (Reuters)
Reuters - One of the many joys of Showtime's suburban drugs comedy "Weeds" is hearing the opening theme song, "Little Boxes," sung by its composer, Malvina Reynolds, who did not start writing until she was in her 50s.

Arctic Monkeys hit UK number 1 with second single (Reuters)
Reuters - Sheffield rockers Arctic Monkeys romped straight to the top of the British singles' chart on Sunday, with their second release knocking girl trio the Sugababes off number one.

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