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Former In-Law: Janet Jackson Has Daughter (AP)
Janet Jackson poses as she arrives at the Human Rights Campaign Gala in her honor on June 18, 2005, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Jackson and James DeBarge had a daughter, now 18, when they were briefly married in 1984, Young DeBarge confirmed during an interview on a New York radio program, Friday, Oct. 21, 2005. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Janet Jackson and James DeBarge, who were briefly married in 1984, had a daughter together, DeBarge's brother Young DeBarge has claimed on a radio program.


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Judge Tosses Most of Suit Against Eminem (AP)
U.S. rapper Eminem performs at the MTV Europe Music Awards, in Rome, Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)AP - A judge tossed out most of a lawsuit filed by Eminem's aunt and uncle who claim the rapper is unjustly evicting them from the home he had built for them.


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Jackson Returns Antiques to Settle Lawsuit (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse, Thursday, May 12, 2005 in Santa Maria, Calif. following a day of defense testimony in Michael Jackson's trial on charges of child molestation.  (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - Michael Jackson returned several antiques to settle a lawsuit with a gallery that accused him of not paying part of a nearly $380,000 bill, attorneys said Monday.


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Poison Guitarist Gets 80 Days in Jail (AP)
Members of the rock group Poison from left, Bret Michaels, Cecil 'C.C.' Deville and Rikki Rocket laugh during an interview for VH1's 'Behind the Music' anniversary show in Los Angeles, Sept. 19, 2000. Since the first episodes, nearly everyone in the music industry, from chart-topping acts to those who fell off the charts years ago, has been lining up for a shot on the show. 'Behind the Music' begins a new season Sunday, Oct. 1 at 9 p.m. EDT with the story of 1970s singer Cat Stevens. (AP Photo/Kim D. Johnson)AP - Poison guitarist C.C. DeVille was sentenced to 80 days in jail after pleading no contest to driving while intoxicated.


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Houston grows its own stars (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Houston's long-thriving hip-hop community has generally skirted the mainstream spotlight while other regions, particularly in the South, have taken turns challenging New York and Los Angeles for supremacy.

Foxx makes film deal at MTV, Paramount (Reuters)
Reuters - Jamie Foxx and his producing partners have signed a two-year, first-look production deal with MTV Films and Paramount Pictures.

Simon, Bon Jovi to play at country music awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Paul Simon and Jon Bon Jovi will add some local flavor to the 39th annual Country Music Association (CMA) Awards, which will take place for the first time in the Big Apple on November 15 at Madison Square Garden.

Fox out to 'Destroy All Humans' with cartoon (Reuters)
Reuters - Fox Broadcasting Co. has acquired the rights to turn THQ's best-selling sci-fi video game "Destroy All Humans!" into a computer-animated comedy. It marks the first time a video game will be used as the basis for a primetime network television program.

Movie biz tackles piracy issues at Fla. convention (Reuters)
Reuters - As Hurricane Wilma swamped southern Florida on Monday, studio and movie theater executives gathered at their annual ShowEast convention in Orlando to confront their own storms.

Lane, Broderick in 'Odd' Broadway revival (Reuters)
Reuters - Lots of activity hits the Broadway main stem this week, starting with the long-awaited revival of Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple" with Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick. It officially begins its limited, already sold-out run Thursday at the Brooks Atkinson.

Foxx makes film deal at MTV, Paramount (Reuters)
Reuters - Jamie Foxx and his producing partners have signed a two-year, first-look production deal with MTV Films and Paramount Pictures.

Hitler subject of German comedy (Reuters)
German designated Chancellor, Angela Merkel, briefs the media after coalition talks of the Christian Democrat's with the Social Democratic Party (SPD) at the Christian Democrat's party headquarters in Berlin on Monday Oct. 24, 2005. Merkel's conservatives are trying to form a 'grand coalition' with their erstwhile Social Democrat opponents after neither won a majority in Sept. 18 elections. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)Reuters - Director Dani Levy, whose hit Jewish comedy "Go For Zucker!" swept this year's German Film Awards, will tackle the taboo subject of Adolf Hitler in his next comedy.


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Movie biz tackles piracy issues at Fla. convention (Reuters)
Reuters - As Hurricane Wilma swamped southern Florida on Monday, studio and movie theater executives gathered at their annual ShowEast convention in Orlando to confront their own storms.

Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - The Weinstein Co. has pre-emptively bought "Kung Fu High School," a novel by Ryan Gattis. Ernesto Foronda ("Better Luck Tomorrow") will write the screenplay.

Rainbow seeking films for theatrical, video launch (Reuters)
Reuters - Rainbow Media Holdings, the programing unit of Cablevision Systems Corp., is moving toward the first simultaneous releases of independent films in U.S. theaters and video-on-demand (VOD).

'Postal' game set to shoot up big screen (Reuters)
Reuters - The controversial video game "Postal," which has sold more than 1 million units despite being banned in 13 countries and publicly condemned by U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman, is heading to the big screen.

Disney to Release Encrypted Oscar DVDs (AP)
AP - The Walt Disney Co. will be the first to distribute encrypted DVD copies of its movies to award show voters to prevent illegal copying of films.

Sports scribe Lupica scores film deal for new book (Reuters)
Reuters - New York Daily News sports reporter Mike Lupica has sold the film rights for his upcoming book to Denver billionaire Philip Anschutz' Walden Media, one of the companies behind the upcoming "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe."

Family pictures lift overseas box office (Reuters)
Reuters - The foreign box office perked up last weekend as school holidays kicked off in several European markets, bringing about key new family film openings and expanded dates for a number of crowd-pleasers.

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 $15.5 
 million in ticket sales, according to final studio figures compiled by 
 Exhibitor Relations.E! Online - The fall box office continued to look bleak, with Doom appropriately emerging as the nation's top weekend movie with $15.5 million in ticket sales, according to final studio figures compiled by Exhibitor Relations.


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Simon, Bon Jovi to play at country music awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Paul Simon and Jon Bon Jovi will add some local flavor to the 39th annual Country Music Association (CMA) Awards, which will take place for the first time in the Big Apple on November 15 at Madison Square Garden.

Blige counts on Bono for 'One' cover (Reuters)
Reuters - Mary J. Blige went straight to the source for her new cover of U2's "One," drafting Bono to join her on vocals.

Former In-Law: Janet Jackson Has Daughter (AP)
Janet Jackson poses as she arrives at the Human Rights Campaign Gala in her honor on June 18, 2005, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Jackson and James DeBarge had a daughter, now 18, when they were briefly married in 1984, Young DeBarge confirmed during an interview on a New York radio program, Friday, Oct. 21, 2005. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Janet Jackson and James DeBarge, who were briefly married in 1984, had a daughter together, DeBarge's brother Young DeBarge has claimed on a radio program.


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Linda Perry takes flight with resurrected album (Reuters)
Reuters - The urban-legend aura surrounding A-list songwriter Linda Perry received a significant boost with the recent rerelease of her 1995 album "In Flight," a stirring, often jarringly straightforward and introspective Rosetta Stone of her life.

Fogerty Back on Fantasy Records After Spar (AP)
John Fogerty poses in his home near Beverly Hills, Calif., Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005. Fogerty's latest album is titled 'The Long Road Home: The Ultimate John Fogerty-Creedence Collection,' and is a 25-song disc that pulls together his old band's hits with Fogerty's solo material, up to the anti-Iraq war song 'Deja Vu (All Over Again).' It is being released on November 1.   (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - John Fogerty is back on Fantasy Records. Most music fans would gloss over such a small detail, but for years that simple statement was about as realistic as Neil Armstrong flying back to the moon.


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Jackson Returns Antiques to Settle Lawsuit (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse, Thursday, May 12, 2005 in Santa Maria, Calif. following a day of defense testimony in Michael Jackson's trial on charges of child molestation.  (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - Michael Jackson returned several antiques to settle a lawsuit with a gallery that accused him of not paying part of a nearly $380,000 bill, attorneys said Monday.


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Judge Tosses Most of Suit Against Eminem (AP)
U.S. rapper Eminem performs at the MTV Europe Music Awards, in Rome, Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)AP - A judge tossed out most of a lawsuit filed by Eminem's aunt and uncle who claim the rapper is unjustly evicting them from the home he had built for them.


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Dolly Parton reaches new peaks with latest album (Reuters)
Reuters - Dolly Parton has scored the highest-debuting album of her career on The Billboard 200.

Cam'ron Talks Smack Post-Carjacking (E! Online)
Cam'ron took a bullet and then unloaded on all would-be 
 assailants.E! Online - Cam'ron took a bullet and then unloaded on all would-be assailants.


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Soul Asylum Back in Action (E! Online)
After a seven-year hiatus from recording, Grammy-winning band Soul 
 Asylum is putting the finishing touches on a new album, due for release 
 in March, and is preparing a series of concerts.E! Online - After a seven-year hiatus from recording, Grammy-winning band Soul Asylum is putting the finishing touches on a new album, due for release in March, and is preparing a series of concerts.


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