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'West Wing' Hopefuls Clash in Live Debate (AP)
AP - It was a debate both startlingly realistic and straight out of fantasyland on NBC's "The West Wing" Sunday night.

Harry Potter Cast Attends London Premiere (AP)
The three main characters of the Harry Potter films, British actor Daniel Radcliffe, right, actress Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, left, stand in front of the film's poster,  in London's Leicester Square for the premier of their latest Harry Potter film, 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,' Sunday Nov. 6, 2005. British actor Daniel Radcliffe, right, actress Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, left,   (AP Photo/ Max Nash)AP - A sense of magic and excitement was in the air in London's Leicester Square on Sunday as Harry Potter fans waited in the rain to greet cast members attending the premiere of the latest Potter film, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire."


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'Chicken Little' Can't Save Box Office (AP)
A still from 'Chicken Little' from Walt Disney Pictures. Disney's first home-grown computer-animated feature hits theatres this weekend. REUTERS/PRNewsFotoAP - The sky is still falling in Hollywood, even though Chicken Little and the Marines have landed.


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Jay Leno Increasing Lead in Late-Night (AP)
'Tonight Show' host Jay Leno comments on the souvenir gavel he could not resist parting without after testifying at Michael Jackson's trial, during a taping of the show at the NBC studios Tuesday, May 25, 2005, in Burbank, Calif. Jay Leno testified earlier today in the child molestation trial of pop star Michael Jackson, that the boy at the center of the case sounded scripted over the telephone but never asked for money. The defense called the 'Tonight Show' comic to the stand to support its claim that theboy's family schemed to get money from celebrities like Jackson. The boy was suffering from cancer when he telephoned Leno. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - In a TV season when NBC is starved for good news at night, Jay Leno is providing some.


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Biographer Guralnick tackles soul icon Cooke (Reuters)
Reuters - Legendary singer/songwriter Sam Cooke had a dream. So did biographer Peter Guralnick. Their visions intertwine in Guralnick's new book, "Dream Boogie: The Triumph of Sam Cooke."

Movies heavily shape teen smoking: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Nearly 40 percent of U.S. adolescents who give cigarette smoking a try do so because they saw it in movies, a study said on Monday.

Penning lyrics for 1st time, Bacharach gets topical (Reuters)
Burt Bacharach, winner of three Oscars and six Grammys, is seen in his hotel room in New York, October 10, 2005. The celebrated composer, whose surname is usually paired with Hal David's, has -- for the first time in six decades of writing love songs -- penned his own lyrics. (Erin Siegal/Reuters)Reuters - Bacharach and ... Bacharach?


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'West Wing' Hopefuls Clash in Live Debate (AP)
AP - It was a debate both startlingly realistic and straight out of fantasyland on NBC's "The West Wing" Sunday night.

CBS wins Friday, Saturday ratings (Reuters)
Cast members of 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' pose on January 9, 2005 at the People's Choice Awards in Pasadena, California, where the show won favorite TV drama honors. The crime drama dominated the first night of the November ratings sweep period. (Jim Ruymen/Reuters)Reuters - CBS cruised to victory on the first Friday of the November sweep with 8 p.m. freshman drama "Ghost Whisperer" drawing another good-sized crowd to start off the night.


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'Bollywood Bride' rings true for moviemaking pair (Reuters)
Reuters - They met on the Internet -- a Palm Springs, Calif., investment banker and a Mumbai-based Indian film star. They fell in love, they married. Their first child -- a screenplay.

Movies heavily shape teen smoking: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Nearly 40 percent of U.S. adolescents who give cigarette smoking a try do so because they saw it in movies, a study said on Monday.

Harry Potter Cast Attends London Premiere (AP)
The three main characters of the Harry Potter films, British actor Daniel Radcliffe, right, actress Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, left, stand in front of the film's poster,  in London's Leicester Square for the premier of their latest Harry Potter film, 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,' Sunday Nov. 6, 2005. British actor Daniel Radcliffe, right, actress Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, left,   (AP Photo/ Max Nash)AP - A sense of magic and excitement was in the air in London's Leicester Square on Sunday as Harry Potter fans waited in the rain to greet cast members attending the premiere of the latest Potter film, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire."


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Aniston Says She's Been Wrongly Pegged (AP)
Actress Jennifer Aniston arrives for the premiere of 'Derailed' in this Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 file photo in New York. Aniston says she's wrongly been pegged as a cryer after splitting with Brad Pitt.  Aniston reportedly broke down during the interview for the September issue of Vanity Fair.  'I was upset about the Vanity Fair article. I had one moment when I got emotional because I hadn't sat down with an interviewer since this whole debacle took place,' Aniston told Newsweek magazine. 'It happened for a second and then it was over.'  (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin, FILE)AP - Jennifer Aniston says she's been wrongly pegged as a crier since splitting with Brad Pitt.


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Producer, Attorney Maurice Rosenfield Dies (AP)
AP - Maurice Rosenfield, an attorney and Broadway and film producer who introduced a young Robert De Niro to a wide audience, has died. He was 91.

"Chicken Little," Marines Can't Save Day (E! Online)
The nation's multiplexes were a moviehouse divided this weekend.E! Online - The nation's multiplexes were a moviehouse divided this weekend.


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'Chicken Little' Can't Save Box Office (AP)
A still from 'Chicken Little' from Walt Disney Pictures. Disney's first home-grown computer-animated feature hits theatres this weekend. REUTERS/PRNewsFotoAP - The sky is still falling in Hollywood, even though Chicken Little and the Marines have landed.


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'Chicken Little' opens big at U.S. box office (Reuters)
Reuters - "Chicken Little," Walt Disney Co.'s first fully computer-animated movie, opened to a better-than-expected $40.1 million at the North American box office, the company said on Sunday.

'Bollywood Bride' rings true for moviemaking pair (Reuters)
Reuters - They met on the Internet -- a Palm Springs, Calif., investment banker and a Mumbai-based Indian film star. They fell in love, they married. Their first child -- a screenplay.

Lohan Imagines Lennon Flick (E! Online)
Just days after signing on to Bobby, Emilio Estevez's low-budget 
 ensemble drama about the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, the 
 erstwhile Mean Girl is now set to star opposite Jared Leto in Chapter 
 27, an indie film centering on the 1980 murder of John Lennon.E! Online - Just days after signing on to Bobby, Emilio Estevez's low-budget ensemble drama about the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, the erstwhile Mean Girl is now set to star opposite Jared Leto in Chapter 27, an indie film centering on the 1980 murder of John Lennon.


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Peter Jackson leads NZ film biz to new heights (Reuters)
Reuters - When Peter Jackson unveiled the first "Lord of the Rings" movie in 2001, it ushered in a torrent of attention on New Zealand and its film industry, kicking it into high gear and showing that the country was a viable place for Hollywood to make its movies.

Penning lyrics for 1st time, Bacharach gets topical (Reuters)
Burt Bacharach, winner of three Oscars and six Grammys, is seen in his hotel room in New York, October 10, 2005. The celebrated composer, whose surname is usually paired with Hal David's, has -- for the first time in six decades of writing love songs -- penned his own lyrics. (Erin Siegal/Reuters)Reuters - Bacharach and ... Bacharach?


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Biographer Guralnick tackles soul icon Cooke (Reuters)
Reuters - Legendary singer/songwriter Sam Cooke had a dream. So did biographer Peter Guralnick. Their visions intertwine in Guralnick's new book, "Dream Boogie: The Triumph of Sam Cooke."

Neo-soul duo Floetry back in the flow (Reuters)
Reuters - Two years have elapsed since the release of Floetry's live album, "Floacism," and three years since debut "Floetic." That seems like an eternity considering the industry's prevailing what's-next attitude. But the London duo welcomed the respite.

Kate Bush reemerges -- sort of -- with 'Aerial' (Reuters)
U.S. President George W. Bush waves as he is escorted by Panama Vice President Samuel Lewis Navarro (R) next to an honor guard at Aeropuerto Internacional de Tocumen Airport in Panama City, Panama November 6, 2005. The first couple will spend the night in Panama and spend the day in Panama City before departing for the U.S. in the late afternoon tomorrow.   REUTERS/Larry DowningReuters - How does a label market the first release in a dozen years from a revered artist when her promotional participation is at an absolute minimum?


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Jason Mraz makes a play for credibility (Reuters)
Reuters - When Jason Mraz began his set at the Wiltern Saturday night with a cover of Bob Dylan's "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall," you couldn't help but think that the young singer/songwriter was attempting to challenge himself and his audience, as well as trying to up his credibility quotient.

Opeth turns death metal into dark, seductive embrace (Reuters)
Reuters - When you look at it on paper, it is bizarre that Swedish band Opeth is becoming as popular as it is in the United States.

Fab Four uncovered in hefty tome (Reuters)
Reuters - In the beginning there was John, the scruffy rebel who dazzled the good burghers of Liverpool with song and story. Then came Paul, the doe-eyed champion of all things bright and chirpy. Then there were George, the quiet one, and Ringo, who was -- well, Ringo.

Yale Makes Graduate Music School Free (AP)
Yale School of Music masters student Xinyu Chen, center, performs during class under the instruction of professor Claude Frank Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005 in New Haven, Conn. After receiving a $100 million dollar donation, the School of Music will fully subsidize students' tuition beginning next year.  (AP Photo/ Michelle McLoughlin)AP - In most of America's top conservatories, the world's most promising musicians are often deep in debt and giving music lessons just to cover the rent and close the gap between their scholarships and graduate school tuition.


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Phil Collins says open to Genesis reunion (Reuters)
British pop singer Phil Collins poses for the press in Tel Aviv on November 6, 2005, a day before his concert in Israel. (Gil Cohen Magen/Reuters)Reuters - British singer and songwriter Phil Collins said on Sunday he would be open to a reunion of his old band Genesis, a day before he is set to perform in Israel as part of his what he calls his final tour.


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Billboard single reviews: Stewart/Ross, Etheridge (Reuters)
Reuters - NEW YORK (Billboard) - Rod Stewart's appeal as a standards singer confounds most critics, but the public continues to respond:

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