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Rapper DMX Faces Prison After Guilty Plea (AP)
Rapper DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons, poses as he leaves Queens criminal court in this Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005 file photo, in New York. DMX faces 60 days in prison after he pleaded guilty Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2005 to violating the conditions of his release following a car crash last year at John F. Kennedy International Airport, officials said. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - The rapper DMX faces 60 days in prison after he pleaded guilty Tuesday to violating the conditions of his release following a car crash last year at John F. Kennedy International Airport, officials said.


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Man Arrested After Tonya Harding Run-In (AP)
Former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding listens to questions from reporters outside a Clark County District courtroom in Vancouver, Wash., on Jan. 9, 2003.  Harding tussled in her home with a man she described as her boyfriend, prompting an emergency call by the figure skater-turned-boxer and an arrest of the man. Christopher Nolan was charged with assault and pleaded not guilty Monday, Oct.24, 2005, in Clark County District Court  in Vancouver.  (AP Photo/Eric Cable)AP - Tonya Harding tussled in her home with a man she described as her boyfriend, prompting an emergency call by the figure skater-turned-boxer and an arrest of the man.


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Stern Interrupts Replacement Announcement (AP)
This Oct. 2005 photo supplied by Infinity Broadcasting shows comedian Adam Carolla. Infinity Broadcasting, finally revealing its plans to replace Howard Stern, announced a new morning drive time lineup Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2005, of assorted hosts for its 27 soon-to-be former Stern radio stations. Rather than turning to a single replacement, Infinity offered a variety of names for different markets. Carolla, known for his comedy work on 'The Man Show' and 'Loveline,' takes over on the Infinity stations in Los Angeles (KLSX-FM), San Diego (KPLN-FM), Phoenix (KZON-FM), Portland (KUFO-FM) and Las Vegas (KXTE-FM). (AP Photo/Infinity Broadcasting)AP - In the middle of a Tuesday conference call announcing Infinity Broadcasting's plans to replace Howard Stern, a familiar voice appeared: Beetlejuice, the diminutive, snaggle-toothed fixture from the shock jock's nationally syndicated morning show.


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Jackson Daughter Claim Sets Off Chatter (AP)
Janet Jackson, attends the 1987 Soul Train Music Awards in Los Angeles. Three years earlier in 1984, she and James DeBarge were married, a marriage that lasted for less than three months when she was just 18. The marriage was annulled a year later.  The couple had a daughter together, DeBarge's brother Young DeBarge has claimed on a New York radio program, Friday, Oct. 21, 2005.(AP Photo/Mark Avery)AP - A secret child is usually the stuff of soap operas and romance novels — which makes it a perfect fit for the Jackson family.


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Slumping "Housewives" (E! Online)
What do Hollywood's struggling box office and Desperate 
 Housewives have in common? Not much, actually. The box office, for 
 example, has been down four straight weekends. ABC's campy soap has been 
 down five straight weekends.E! Online - What do Hollywood's struggling box office and Desperate Housewives have in common? Not much, actually. The box office, for example, has been down four straight weekends. ABC's campy soap has been down five straight weekends.


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Man Shot Near Set of 'Miami Vice' (AP)
AP - An armed man fired several shots near a film set for a "Miami Vice" movie, and a soldier standing guard shot and wounded him, the film's studio said Tuesday.

Rolling Stones dig up rare songs for Starbucks CD (Reuters)
The cover art of the new Rolling Stones CD 'Rarities 1971-2003' featuring rare tracks by the British rock group is shown in this undated publicity photograph released on October 25, 2005. (Starbucks/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The Rolling Stones will release an album of rare tracks next month in partnership with coffee retailer Starbucks Corp. and the group's Virgin Records label, the partners said on Tuesday.


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Filmmaker Ross is NBC's newest 'Invisible' man (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar-nominated filmmaker Gary Ross has signed up for television duty, teaming with producer Jerry Bruckheimer for a drama project dubbed "Invisible" that has landed a pilot commitment at NBC.

A&E documenting kids for big screen (Reuters)
Reuters - Cable channel A&E's independent film documentary unit is in production on two feature-length documentaries targeted for theatrical release.

I Still Call Australia Home: Aussie Star Hugh Jackman to Reprise 'Boy From Oz' for Tour (Playbill)
Playbill - Hugh Jackman has been confirmed to star in his Tony Award-winning role as Peter Allen for an Australian tour of The Boy From Oz in 2006.

Man Shot Near Set of 'Miami Vice' (AP)
AP - An armed man fired several shots near a film set for a "Miami Vice" movie, and a soldier standing guard shot and wounded him, the film's studio said Tuesday.

Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Summit Entertainment and Mandalay Pictures have acquired the rights to Richard Matheson's "Deathship," a short story and extended episode of "The Twilight Zone" from 1963 penned by Matheson. The project, now called "Countdown," is being rewritten.

A&E documenting kids for big screen (Reuters)
Reuters - Cable channel A&E's independent film documentary unit is in production on two feature-length documentaries targeted for theatrical release.

Johnny Depp hooked on heroin tale (Reuters)
Reuters - Johnny Depp is attached to star in "Shantaram," a fact-based tale about the adventures of a heroin addict on the run.

Emily Mortimer finds order in 'Chaos' (Reuters)
Reuters - English actress Emily Mortimer is in negotiations to star opposite Ryan Reynolds in the romantic comedy "Chaos Theory," which is set to start shooting in January in Vancouver.

Five good reasons to stay home on Halloween (Reuters)
Reuters - "Death is good," producer Val Lewton said when asked what he was trying to say with one of his classy but creepy B-movies. Like a busted clock, he's right once in a while -- notably on that darkest of nights, October 31.

Industry lobbyists cautiously upbeat at conference (Reuters)
A 24 megaplex theater stands against a south Florida sunset in Davie, Florida, in this undated file photo. 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. (Colin Braley/Reuters)Reuters - As Hurricane Wilma's clouds cleared over the movie theater industry's annual ShowEast conference Tuesday, top lobbyists presented bright forecasts, downplaying recent box office drops as "cyclical" while acknowledging that the industry faces such hurdles as piracy and digital distribution.


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Blake Dines Out (E! Online)
Robert Blake returned to the scene of the last supper Tuesday 
 morning.E! Online - Robert Blake returned to the scene of the last supper Tuesday morning.


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Warner Bros. Reorganizes, Creates New Unit (AP)
AP - Warner Bros. Entertainment has reorganized its home video and digital distribution efforts, creating a new group that will encompass games, wireless, Internet strategy and anti-piracy efforts.

Oscars Get Record Foreign-Language Entries (AP)
AP - Movies from a record 58 countries are in contention for this year's foreign-language Academy Award, including the first entries ever from Iraq, Costa Rica and Fiji.

Rolling Stones dig up rare songs for Starbucks CD (Reuters)
The cover art of the new Rolling Stones CD 'Rarities 1971-2003' featuring rare tracks by the British rock group is shown in this undated publicity photograph released on October 25, 2005. (Starbucks/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The Rolling Stones will release an album of rare tracks next month in partnership with coffee retailer Starbucks Corp. and the group's Virgin Records label, the partners said on Tuesday.


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IMesh Rolls Out New File-Sharing Software (AP)
AP - Popular peer-to-peer, file-sharing service iMesh introduced new software Tuesday that allows users to legally share and buy music online.

"Harry," Pulp & Radiohead's Wyrd World (E! Online)
Pulp's Jarvis Cocker is a Harry Potter fan. Canadian folk band the 
 Wyrd Sisters--not so much.E! Online - Pulp's Jarvis Cocker is a Harry Potter fan. Canadian folk band the Wyrd Sisters--not so much.


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Voice of Jolly Green Giant Dies at 80 (AP)
The Jolly Green Giant, shown in its 1999 rendition. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)AP - Elmer "Len" Dresslar Jr., who extolled vegetables to generations of TV watchers as the booming voice of the Jolly Green Giant, has died. He was 80.


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Poison Guitarist Headed to Pen (E! Online)
Nothin' but a good time is going cost C.C. DeVille some jail 
 time.E! Online - Nothin' but a good time is going cost C.C. DeVille some jail time.


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Judge Disses Auntie Em Suit (E! Online)
Eminem's latest family feud is almost history--at least as far as 
 the legal system is concerned.E! Online - Eminem's latest family feud is almost history--at least as far as the legal system is concerned.


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'Jewish Dave Matthews' Gaining Fans (AP)
Rick Recht records a song in his basement recording studio Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005, in Chesterfield, Mo. Recht and the rest of his band play contemporary Jewish rock music for an ever increasing number of followers. (AP Photo/Tom Gannam)AP - Rehearsing in his basement recording studio, Rick Recht looks every bit the rocker with his retro T-shirt, worn jeans and medium-brown hair tucked behind his ears. His left foot taps the beat while he strums an acoustic guitar and sings in ... Hebrew?


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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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Celine's Spawn Will Go On (E! Online)
With the big 4-0 looming, Celine Dion is ready to 'bring to life' 
 another baby.E! Online - With the big 4-0 looming, Celine Dion is ready to "bring to life" another baby.


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Rocker Liz Phair powers up for podcasts (Reuters)
File photo of singer Liz Phair at the Z100's Zootopia 2004 concert at Madison Square Garden in New York, on May 21, 2004. Currently touring in support of her latest album, 'Somebody's Miracle,' Liz Phair says she's found a positive outlet for downtime while on the road. 'I'm all about podcasting,' Phair told Billboard.com. 'I'm totally fixated on it. It's what I'm into. We usually do a couple of live songs and then there are interviews. We're going to do it every Friday. It might be a little late here and there, but pretty much (it's up) every Friday.' (Albert Ferreira/Reuters)Reuters - Currently touring in support of her latest album, "Somebody's Miracle," Liz Phair says she's found a positive outlet for downtime while on the road.


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