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Danny DeVito to Return to Small Screen (AP)
Danny DeVito arrives at the premiere of  'Garden State' at the DGA Theatre on in this July 20, 2004 file photo, in Los Angeles. DeVito, who hasn't starred in a TV series since 'Taxi' ended its run in 1983,  will return to the small screen next year in the FX comedy 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.'   'Getting the news from FX that our show got a second season pickup was fantastic,' said series creator Rob McElhenney in a statement Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005.   (AP Photo/Luis Martinez, File)AP - Danny DeVito — who hasn't starred in a TV series since "Taxi" ended its run in 1983 — will return to the small screen next year in the FX comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."


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People Names McConaughey 'Sexiest Man' (AP)
In this handout photo provided by People Magazine, Matthew McConaughey dons the cover of People's 'sexiest' issue, available on newsstands, Friday, Nov. 18, 2005. McConaughey is the 20th 'sexiest man' for People, who first bequeathed the honor to Mel Gibson in 1985. The magazine credited McConaughey's 'heaping helping of Texas's finest Southern charm' for the choice. The actor, whose career began with 'Dazed and Confused' and 'A Time to Kill,' starred this year in the summer action flick 'Sahara' and alongside Al Pacino in 'Two for the Money.' (AP Photo/People Magazine)AP - Matthew McConaughey has been named the "sexiest man alive" by People magazine. The actor is pictured on the cover of People's annual issue, on newsstands Friday.


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'This Is Your Life' Host Edwards Dies (AP)
Ralph Edwards stands near the window in his Hollywood office in Los Angeles with Mann's Chinese Theater in the background on Sept. 16, 1999. Edwards, host of the popular 1950s 'This Is Your Life' television show, died Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005, of heart failure, his publicist said. He was 92.(AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Broadcasting pioneer Ralph Edwards, who spotlighted stars and ordinary people as host of the popular 1950s show "This Is Your Life," died Wednesday of heart failure. He was 92.


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Miss America Pageant Moving to Las Vegas (AP)
Miss America Chelsea Cooley  arrives at the fourth biennial charity fundraiser Angel Ball Monday, Nov. 14, 2005 in New York. The charity was founded in 1996 by Denise Rich in memory of her daughter Gabrielle who died of AML Lukemia. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - After 84 years of crowning beauties on the Boardwalk, the Miss America pageant is moving to the Las Vegas Strip, organizers announced Wednesday.


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Plot tangles on 'Lost' (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Wednesday's extended episode of Lost focuses on the "tailies" (the passengers in the back of the plane). After the show ends, send us any clues about them or the original group of crash survivors.

Filmmaker on scent of big-budget film (Reuters)
Reuters - Remember Tom Tykwer? The German wunderkind tore onto the world stage with the hyperkinetic "Run Lola Run" in 1998 but his last two films -- "The Princess and the Warrior" (2000) and "Heaven" (2002) -- drew a mixed critical and commercial response, raising questions about his true crossover potential.

Shamed rocker Glitter on the run (Reuters)
Reuters - Vietnamese police want to talk to Gary Glitter about reports the shamed British glam rocker was seen with girls as young as 15 at a villa he rented, a government spokesman said on Thursday.

Danny DeVito to Return to Small Screen (AP)
Danny DeVito arrives at the premiere of  'Garden State' at the DGA Theatre on in this July 20, 2004 file photo, in Los Angeles. DeVito, who hasn't starred in a TV series since 'Taxi' ended its run in 1983,  will return to the small screen next year in the FX comedy 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.'   'Getting the news from FX that our show got a second season pickup was fantastic,' said series creator Rob McElhenney in a statement Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005.   (AP Photo/Luis Martinez, File)AP - Danny DeVito — who hasn't starred in a TV series since "Taxi" ended its run in 1983 — will return to the small screen next year in the FX comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."


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Goose but no gander: Sponsor plays it subtle (Reuters)
Reuters - When "Iconoclasts," a new series co-produced by the Sundance Channel and Gray Goose Entertainment, airs on the premium cable channel Thursday night, viewers will not see any Gray Goose vodka bottles or brand signage in the show.

One-night stand for '42nd Street' reunion (Reuters)
Reuters - Few in the Broadway environs will forget the night of August 25, 1980, when David Merrick's sassy, brassy "42nd Street" opened on Broadway.

Filmmaker on scent of big-budget film (Reuters)
Reuters - Remember Tom Tykwer? The German wunderkind tore onto the world stage with the hyperkinetic "Run Lola Run" in 1998 but his last two films -- "The Princess and the Warrior" (2000) and "Heaven" (2002) -- drew a mixed critical and commercial response, raising questions about his true crossover potential.

Thomas Jane boards 'Mutant' thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Thomas Jane ("The Punisher") will star in "The Mutant Chronicles," a sci-fi action thriller based on the role-playing board game.

Cuban drama "City" set for spring release (Reuters)
Reuters - Indie distributor Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to Andy Garcia's directorial debut, "The Lost City," which is set during the Cuban Revolution of 1958-59, the company said Wednesday.

Ferrell, Heder skating toward deal for 'Blades' (Reuters)
Reuters - Will Ferrell and "Napoleon Dynamite" star Jon Heder might be lacing up for "Blades of Glory," a comedy set in the competitive world of ice skating

Wyle, Douglas adrift in Bay Area satire (Reuters)
Reuters - Henry James' language-driven novels have foiled more than one filmmaker's attempt to adapt them to the screen.

Wal-Mart exposed in discount-budget film (Reuters)
Shoppers exit a Wal-Mart store in Casselberry, Florida June 22, 2004. The world's biggest retailer is the focus of 'Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price,' the latest documentary from Robert Greenwald. (Joe Skipper/Reuters)Reuters - "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price," the latest documentary from Robert Greenwald ("Outfoxed," "Uncovered"), continues the filmmaker's penchant for cinematic social muckraking.


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Playwright lost in 'Suburbia' (Reuters)
Reuters - Although admirably bursting with philosophical questions about identity and choice, "Four Corners of Suburbia" rarely translates them into involving cinema.

Disaster strikes again in 'Poseidon' misadventure (Reuters)
Reuters - Leonard Maltin, in his one-volume encyclopedia on movies and videos, described "The Poseidon Adventure," released in 1972, as "mindless but engrossing." A lot has changed in this remake for TV from Robert Halmi Jr. and Larry Levinson.

Orlando Bloom Sued by Management Company (AP)
Actor Orlando Bloom poses for photographers while arriving at the New York premiere of the film Elizabethtown Oct.  10, 2005. Bloom's former management company filed a lawsuit Monday, Nov. 16, 2005, against the actor for allegedly failing to pay $660,000 in commissions. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson, File)AP - Orlando Bloom's former management company has sued the actor for allegedly failing to pay $660,000 in commissions.


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'Charlie' tops DVD sales, rental charts (Reuters)
Actor Johnny Depp who portrays character 'Willy Wonka' in director Tim Burton's new film 'Charlie and The Chocolate Factory' is shown in the movie poster promoting the film in this undated publicity photograph. 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' was the No. 1 DVD seller as well as renter during its first week in stores, according to sales data issued Wednesday. (Peter Mountain/Warner Bros./Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" was the No. 1 DVD seller as well as renter during its first week in stores, according to sales data issued Wednesday.


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Shamed rocker Glitter on the run (Reuters)
Reuters - Vietnamese police want to talk to Gary Glitter about reports the shamed British glam rocker was seen with girls as young as 15 at a villa he rented, a government spokesman said on Thursday.

Singer Reynolds gets settled as he ends 'Exile' (Reuters)
Reuters - His album may be called "Exile," but Steve Reynolds is starting to feel like Los Angeles is his town -- even though he'll soon abandon it for some rigorous touring.

Hives hot to record new album (Reuters)
Reuters - Swedish rockers the Hives have begun working on material for their next studio album, which they hope to have ready for a fall 2006 release.

Chesney Shortchanges Fiddy (E! Online)
He might be a tough guy on the silver screen, but on this week's 
 album chart, 50 Cent got an old-fashioned butt-whipping from Kenny 
 Chesney.E! Online - He might be a tough guy on the silver screen, but on this week's album chart, 50 Cent got an old-fashioned butt-whipping from Kenny Chesney.


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Womack's CMA Triple Play (E! Online)
Lee Ann Womack may not hate herself this morning.E! Online - Lee Ann Womack may not hate herself this morning.


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Destiny's Child's Big Finale (E! Online)
The chart-topping R&B 
 superstars gave what was billed as their swan-song performance Tuesday 
 on Jimmy Kimmel Live.E! Online - The chart-topping R&B superstars gave what was billed as their swan-song performance Tuesday on Jimmy Kimmel Live.


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Underwood's Debut Album Gets Brisk Sales (AP)
Current 'American Idol' winner Carrie Underwood debuts her first single 'Jesus Take the Wheel' during the 39th Annual Country Music Association Awards Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)AP - Country singer Carrie Underwood's debut album "Some Hearts" is enjoying brisk sales at retail outlets across the state after hitting the shelves on Tuesday.


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Murder Inc. rap bosses in Brooklyn trial (Reuters)
Ashanti arrives at the second annual Fashion Rocks concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York September 8, 2005. Rap stars, including Ashanti and Ja Rule, came to court on Wednesday in support of Irving and Christopher Lorenzo, two rap mogul brothers accused of living up to their gangster image by laundering drug money. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - Rap stars came to court on Wednesday in support of two rap mogul brothers accused of living up to their gangster image by laundering drug money in a case blurring the image of rap and the drug underworld.


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Lee Ann Womack Earns Three CMA Awards (AP)
Lee Ann Womack struggles with the awards she won for album of the year, single of the year, and musical event of the year during the 39th Annual Country Music Awards Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - You can take the CMA Awards out of Nashville, but you can't take Nashville out of the CMA Awards.


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Michael Jackson father figure Bill Bray dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Bill Bray, a former Los Angeles police officer who served as Michael Jackson's longtime security chief and became a father figure to the onetime child star, has died at the age of 80.

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