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Cruise Hires Publicist to Replace Sister (AP)
Actor Tom Cruise is shown during taping of the 'Tonight Show' with Jay Leno in Burbank, Calif., June 8, 2005. Cruise has replaced his sister with a Hollywood insider as chief handler of his publicity, it was reported Monday, Nov. 7, 2005. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)AP - Tom Cruise has replaced his sister with a Hollywood insider as chief handler of his publicity.


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50 Cent Film Offers New Version of Rapper (AP)
In this photo provided by Paramount Pictures, Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson, one of the most popular stars in hip-hop, makes his motion picture debut as an orphaned street kid who makes his mark in the drug trade but finally dares to leave the violence behind and become the rap artist he was meant to be in Get Rich or Die Tryin',' the new film from six-time Oscar nominee Jim Sheridan.  (AP Photo/Michael Gibson)AP - The story of 50 Cent being shot nine times has been repeated so often it's become pop folklore, told again and again through his hit songs, videos, cameo appearances, recent autobiography — and now, his new movie.


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Who Won the 'West Wing' Live Debate? (AP)
In this photo released by NBC, Forrest Sawyer, left, looks on as Jimmy Smits, playing the part of Matt Santos, center, and Alan Alda, as Arnold Vinick, are shown during the live telecast of NBC's 'The West Wing' episode 'The Debate,' Sunday, Nov. 6, 2005. (AP Photo/NBC Universal, Mitchell Haddad)AP - Who won the debate? That was up to each viewer of "The West Wing" to decide. No pundits came on afterward to spin the results.


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Sela Ward Brings Heart to 'House' (AP)
Actress Sela Ward poses for a photograph Aug. 18, 2005, in West Hollywood, Calif. Ward will appear in seven episodes of Fox's hit medical drama, 'House.'  (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Sela Ward has won two Emmys for playing heartfelt roles on relationship shows. So what's the star of the emotional family dramas "Sisters" and "Once and Again" doing on the cynical medical drama "House"?


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50 Cent shows soft side in new film (Reuters)
50 Cent performs at the Brit Awards in London, February 17 2004. The first artist to have four songs in the top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100 since the Beatles in 1964, 50 Cent, who took the name of a fabled Brooklyn thief is now extending his empire into the movies with 'Get Rich or Die Tryin.' (Stephen Hird/Reuters)Reuters - Amid the point-blank shootings, nude scuffling and desperate partying, the most shocking image in the movie "Get Rich or Die Tryin"' is the tear that rolls down the cheek of the baddest man in gangsta rap, 50 Cent.


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Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Yari Film Group has optioned "Man on a Ledge," an action-romance script written by Pablo Fenjves and Patrick Kelly.

Grokster to stop distributing file-sharing service (Reuters)
Activists of organizations for consumer rights protest in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, March 29, 2005. Hollywood and Grokster ended their legal war Monday as the recording and movie industries and the peer-to-peer service agreed to settle a lawsuit that went all the way to the Supreme Court. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)Reuters - Hollywood and Grokster ended their legal war Monday as the recording and movie industries and the peer-to-peer service agreed to settle a lawsuit that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.


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Nets to Offer Replays of Prime-Time Shows (AP)
AP - CBS and NBC have announced deals to offer replays of prime-time programs for 99 cents per episode, shifting television toward a sales model that gained popularity with downloaded music.

NBC, CBS to offer shows on demand for 99 cents (Reuters)
The cast of 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' celebrate a People's Choice Award for favorite TV drama in Pasadena, California, on January 9, 2005. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is one of the shows that viewers will be able to watch on demand in a CBS-Comcast service set to debut in January. (Jim Ruymen/Reuters)Reuters - A pair of separate deals announced Monday between CBS and Comcast, as well as NBC Universal and DirecTV, soon will allow viewers to pay to watch current primetime broadcast hits just hours after they air for free.


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NJ governor, US environment chief, now an actor too (Reuters)
Christine Todd Whitman is seen in the Press Room of the White House in this 2001 file photo. The former New Jersey governor and Environmental Protection Agency chief will make her stage debut in a comedy play 'Inspecting Carol' next month, the theater company said on Monday. (Larry Downing/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Former New Jersey governor and Environmental Protection Agency chief Christine Todd Whitman will make her stage debut in a comedy play "Inspecting Carol" next month, the theater company said on Monday.


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Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Yari Film Group has optioned "Man on a Ledge," an action-romance script written by Pablo Fenjves and Patrick Kelly.

Berlin film fest seeks young jury members (Reuters)
Reuters - The Berlin International Film Festival put out a casting call Monday for young film lovers interested in becoming a jury member at next year's event (Feb 9-19).

'Number' is up for Shue (Reuters)
Elisabeth Shue is seen in Los Angeles, California, October 9, 2005. Shue will play Jim Carrey's wife in 'The Number 23,' a psychological thriller to be directed early next year by Joel Schumacher. (Phil McCarten/Reuters)Reuters - Elisabeth Shue will play Jim Carrey's wife in "The Number 23," a psychological thriller to be directed early next year by Joel Schumacher.


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ABC launches anti-smoking ad campaign (Reuters)
A woman is seen smoking in this undated file photo. 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. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - It isn't just ABC News that's being enlisted in the battle against smoking and lung cancer in the Quit to Live series, which began airing this month on "World News Tonight."


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Olin, Howard, Robards get 'Awake' call (Reuters)
Actor Hayden Christensen poses as he arrives for the London premiere of the Star Wars film Revenge of the Sith May 16, 2005. Christensen is playing a victim of 'anesthetic awareness' in the new psychological thriller 'Awake.' (Kieran Doherty/Reuters)Reuters - Lena Olin, Terrence Howard and Sam Robards are joining Hayden Christensen and Jessica Alba in the psychological thriller "Awake."


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Palm is 'Rolling' with Trapero pic (Reuters)
Reuters - Palm Pictures has picked up the Argentinean film "Rolling Family," which has been kicking around the festival circuit for a while.

Cruise Hires Publicist to Replace Sister (AP)
Actor Tom Cruise is shown during taping of the 'Tonight Show' with Jay Leno in Burbank, Calif., June 8, 2005. Cruise has replaced his sister with a Hollywood insider as chief handler of his publicity, it was reported Monday, Nov. 7, 2005. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)AP - Tom Cruise has replaced his sister with a Hollywood insider as chief handler of his publicity.


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Hollywood Pins Its Hopes on Wizard, Ape (AP)
This undated promotional photo provided by Warner Bros., shows actors, from left, Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley, Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter and Emma Watson as Hermione Granger in the Warner Bros. Pictures fantasy 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.' The latest in the series of 'Harry Potter' movies is slated for release tduring the 2005 holiday season. (AP Photo/Warner Bros/Murray Close)AP - Harry Potter doesn't just have the fate of the magical world on his shoulders. This time, the teen wizard's trying to save Hollywood, too.


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"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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50 Cent Film Offers New Version of Rapper (AP)
In this photo provided by Paramount Pictures, Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson, one of the most popular stars in hip-hop, makes his motion picture debut as an orphaned street kid who makes his mark in the drug trade but finally dares to leave the violence behind and become the rap artist he was meant to be in Get Rich or Die Tryin',' the new film from six-time Oscar nominee Jim Sheridan.  (AP Photo/Michael Gibson)AP - The story of 50 Cent being shot nine times has been repeated so often it's become pop folklore, told again and again through his hit songs, videos, cameo appearances, recent autobiography — and now, his new movie.


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Grokster to stop distributing file-sharing service (Reuters)
Activists of organizations for consumer rights protest in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, March 29, 2005. Hollywood and Grokster ended their legal war Monday as the recording and movie industries and the peer-to-peer service agreed to settle a lawsuit that went all the way to the Supreme Court. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)Reuters - Hollywood and Grokster ended their legal war Monday as the recording and movie industries and the peer-to-peer service agreed to settle a lawsuit that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.


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Zeppelin, Gergiev Win Polar Music Prize (Reuters)
Robert Plant, former front man for Led Zeppelin, is seen performing in Los Angeles, September 12, 2002. Defunct rock act Led Zeppelin and Russian conductor Valery Gergiev were on Monday awarded the annual Polar Music Prize by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, joining such laureates as Paul McCartney, Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones and Joni Mitchell. (John Hayes/Reuters)Reuters - Defunct rock act Led Zeppelin and Russian conductor Valery Gergiev were on Monday awarded the annual Polar Music Prize by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, joining such laureates as Paul McCartney, Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones and Joni Mitchell.


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White Stripes prep 'Ghost' EP, live blitz (Reuters)
Musicians Jack White and Meg White of 'The White Stripes' pose as they arrive at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards show in Los Angeles, February 8, 2004. The duo is on tour in the United Kingdom and will release the EP 'Walking With a Ghost,' on December 6, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - The White Stripes will on December 6 release the EP "Walking With a Ghost," featuring a cover of Tegan & Sara's title song as well as previously unreleased live versions of four tunes.


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Tweedy taps archive, covers on solo tour (Reuters)
Jeff Tweedy of Wilco performs during the 20th anniversary 'Farm Aid' concert in Tinley Park, Illinois, September 18, 2005. Tweedy is currently on a solo tour. (John Gress/Reuters)Reuters - Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy kicked off his fall solo tour Friday in Madison, Wis., treating the crowd to songs recent ("Spiders (Kidsmoke"), vintage ("Sunken Treasure" and rare ("Bob Dylan's 49th Beard").


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50 Cent Film Offers New Version of Rapper (AP)
In this photo provided by Paramount Pictures, Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson, one of the most popular stars in hip-hop, makes his motion picture debut as an orphaned street kid who makes his mark in the drug trade but finally dares to leave the violence behind and become the rap artist he was meant to be in Get Rich or Die Tryin',' the new film from six-time Oscar nominee Jim Sheridan.  (AP Photo/Michael Gibson)AP - The story of 50 Cent being shot nine times has been repeated so often it's become pop folklore, told again and again through his hit songs, videos, cameo appearances, recent autobiography — and now, his new movie.


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Phil Collins Says Genesis Reunion Possible (AP)
British pop star Phil Collins performs during a concert  in Tel Aviv, Israel, Monday Nov. 7, 2005. British singer-songwriter  Collins, who is touring the Middle East, said he is open to a reunion with his bandmates from Genesis.  'There's a possibility. I'm open for it,' Collins said ahead of a concert Monday in Tel Aviv. (AP Photo / Ariel Schalit)AP - Phil Collins says he's open to the idea of a Genesis reunion.


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Lou Reed More Stiff Than Rocker on New DVD (AP)
AP - Lou Reed, "Lou Reed: Live at Montreux 2000," (Eagle Rock Entertainment)

Q&A: 50 Cent on Love and Tears (AP)
AP - Chances are you've seen 50 Cent's buff body, bullet wounds and tattoos. Get ready to see another side of the Queens-born rapper: his backside.

Westlife assumes control of U.K. charts (Reuters)
Reuters - Westlife started a second week atop the U.K. singles chart and added the album chart crown, the fifth time the Irish pop act has topped this survey.

Grokster Downloading Service Shuts Down (AP)
AP - Grokster Ltd., a leading developer of Internet file-sharing software popular for stealing songs and movies online, agreed Monday to shut down operations to settle a landmark piracy case filed by Hollywood and the music industry, The Associated Press has learned.

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