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DiCaprio to Produce Environment Film (AP)
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio speaks at a news conference called by Global Green USA in San Francisco, Tuesday, March 22, 2005. DiCaprio has started production on '11th Hour,' a feature-length film that explores global warming and offers solutions for restoring the planet's ecosystems, publicist Keleigh Thomas said Monday, Dec. 5, 2005. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)AP - He showed up at the Oscars in a hybrid car and lobbied loudly for worldwide access to clean water. Now actor-activist Leonardo DiCaprio is making a documentary about global environmental issues.


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ABC Names 'World News Tonight' Anchors (AP)
Elizabeth Vargas, left, and Bob Woodruff pose for a photograph in ABC's 'World News Tonight' studio, Monday, Dec. 5, 2005, in New York.  ABC settled on this youthful anchor team to replace the late Peter Jennings as anchor of 'World News Tonight,' the network announced Monday. The network also said that the second-ranked network evening newscast would be the first to broadcast live in three time zones, starting in January.  (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)AP - In choosing the anchor team of Elizabeth Vargas and Bob Woodruff to replace the late Peter Jennings at "World News Tonight," ABC News President David Westin concluded the job was too big for one person in an age when news is available instantly.


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Disney's Sweeney Tops Powerful Women List (AP)
Anne Sweeney, President of the Disney-ABC Television Group  arrives at the Museum of Television and Radio in New York this Thursday, Dec. 1, 2005 file photo. Sweeney is the most powerful woman in Hollywood, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which released its Power 100 list of the top women in entertainment Monday, Dec. 5, 2005. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - Disney's Anne Sweeney is the most powerful woman in Hollywood. So says The Hollywood Reporter, which released its Power 100 list of the top women in entertainment Monday.


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Comedy Central to Show Chappelle Sketches (AP)
Dave Chappelle, poses for photographs before the start of the Directors Guild of America Honors ceremonies on Sept. 29, 2004, in New York. The comedian, who last spring walked off his show just weeks before its season premiere, will be on view in four episodes' worth of sketches he filmed before his startling exit, the Comedy Central cable channel announced Monday, Dec. 5, 2005. The four half-hours of 'Chappelle's Show' will premiere in weekly airings next April, May or June, the channel said.(AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)AP - Dave Chappelle is back on Comedy Central — well, kind of. The wildly popular comedian, who last spring walked off his show just weeks before its season premiere, will be on view in four episodes' worth of sketches he filmed before his startling exit, the cable channel announced Monday.


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Sci Fi plays the 'Triangle' (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Strange things have been happening in the Bermuda Triangle since the days of Christopher Columbus, when the explorer wrote of bizarre compass readings. Ships and planes have mysteriously disappeared in the section of ocean encompassing the area from Miami to Bermuda to Puerto Rico.

'Goblet' tops $332 million at foreign box office (Reuters)
Actors Daniel Radcliffe (L) and Rupert Grint and actress Emma Watson (C) pose at the premiere of the film 'Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire' in New York November 12, 2005. With 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' dominating the foreign box office for a third weekend, the gloom and doom that pervaded the industry at mid-year appear is slowly lifting. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)Reuters - With "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" dominating the foreign box office for a third weekend, the gloom and doom that pervaded the industry at mid-year appear is slowly lifting.


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Billboard album reviews: Korn, Rush.. (Reuters)
Jonathan Davis, lead singer of the American nu-metal hardcore group Korn, performs during their concert in Sofia, September 8, 2005. Korn is nothing if not a survivor. Having helped launch the much-maligned nu-metal genre in 1994, Korn now finds itself with a new lineup, a new label and, on its seventh album, hints of a new sound. (Stoyan Nenov/Reuters)Reuters - Korn is nothing if not a survivor. Having helped launch the much-maligned nu-metal genre in 1994, Korn now finds itself with a new lineup, a new label and, on its seventh album, hints of a new sound.


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Syndicated 'Cristina,' 'Rachael' get OK for '06 (Reuters)
Reuters - "Cristina's Court," hosted by Spanish-language TV personality Cristina Perez, is set to launch in syndication in fall 2006, distributor Twentieth Television said Monday.

Usher bomb hits Lions Gate profits (Reuters)
Singer Usher poses at a special cast and crew screening of the new film 'In The Mix' in Hollywood November 14, 2005. Canadian independent producer Lions Gate Entertainment on Monday slashed its earnings forecast for fiscal 2006 after getting whacked at the box office by the gangland drama 'In the Mix.' (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Canadian independent producer Lions Gate Entertainment on Monday slashed its earnings forecast for fiscal 2006 after getting whacked at the box office by the gangland drama "In the Mix."


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'Trip to Bountiful' marred by bad direction (Reuters)
Reuters - The estimable Texas-born dramatist and screenwriter Horton Foote is in his eighth decade; he has been writing plays and film scripts ("To Kill a Mockingbird," "Tender Mercies") since 1940.

'Goblet' tops $332 million at foreign box office (Reuters)
Actors Daniel Radcliffe (L) and Rupert Grint and actress Emma Watson (C) pose at the premiere of the film 'Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire' in New York November 12, 2005. With 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' dominating the foreign box office for a third weekend, the gloom and doom that pervaded the industry at mid-year appear is slowly lifting. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)Reuters - With "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" dominating the foreign box office for a third weekend, the gloom and doom that pervaded the industry at mid-year appear is slowly lifting.


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Controversial 'Water' flows to Indian film fest (Reuters)
Director Deepa Mehta smiles during the news conference for her film 'Water' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, September 9, 2005. Five years after Hindu extremists forced Deepa Mehta to halt production on 'Water' in India, the expatriate filmmaker will bring the controversial drama to her native country amid tight security this week. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)Reuters - Five years after Hindu extremists forced Deepa Mehta to halt production on "Water" in India, the expatriate filmmaker will bring the controversial drama to her native country amid tight security this week.


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King Kong Returns to Empire State Building (AP)
'King Kong' producer/writer-director Peter Jackson, second from left, holds a 1933 Stop Motion Armature replica of King Kong while posing for photos with actors Andy Serkin, left, Thomas Kretschmann, second from right, and Adrien Brody, right, at the movie's world premiere in New York,  Monday, Dec. 5, 2005.  (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Not surprisingly, considering New York's long-held fascination with the big gorilla, the city went ape for King Kong Monday.


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DiCaprio tries to save the world with documentary (Reuters)
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio speaks with fans at the Clinton Global Initiative forum in New York, September 17, 2005. DiCaprio is producing and narrating '11th Hour,' a feature-length documentary that offers solutions for restoring the planet's beleaguered ecosystems. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - Noted environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio is producing and narrating "11th Hour," a feature-length documentary that offers solutions for restoring the planet's beleaguered ecosystems.


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DiCaprio to Produce Environment Film (AP)
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio speaks at a news conference called by Global Green USA in San Francisco, Tuesday, March 22, 2005. DiCaprio has started production on '11th Hour,' a feature-length film that explores global warming and offers solutions for restoring the planet's ecosystems, publicist Keleigh Thomas said Monday, Dec. 5, 2005. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)AP - He showed up at the Oscars in a hybrid car and lobbied loudly for worldwide access to clean water. Now actor-activist Leonardo DiCaprio is making a documentary about global environmental issues.


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DreamWorks Animation Names New President (AP)
AP - DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. said Monday it has hired board member Lewis Coleman, a former vice chairman of Bank of America Corp., to be president.

A "Fantastic Four" Follow-Up (E! Online)
Fox has green-lighted a 
 sequel to Fantastic Four that will bring back the quartet of 
 squabbling superheroes on July 4, 2007.E! Online - Fox has green-lighted a sequel to Fantastic Four that will bring back the quartet of squabbling superheroes on July 4, 2007.


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Film to Recieve the Stanley Kramer Award (AP)
AP - "Good Night, and Good Luck" is being recognized by the Producers Guild of America. The film will receive the 2006 Stanley Kramer Award, which honors movies that shed light on social issues, the guild announced Monday.

'Harry Potter' Retains Box-Office Fire (AP)
AP - "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" stayed hot at the weekend box office, taking in $19.9 million. "Aeon Flux" debuted at No. 2 with $12.7 million.

Harry's "Goblet" Threepeats (E! Online)
Who would have thunk it: Harry Potter is way hotter than Charlize 
 Theron.E! Online - Who would have thunk it: Harry Potter is way hotter than Charlize Theron.


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Billboard album reviews: Korn, Rush.. (Reuters)
Jonathan Davis, lead singer of the American nu-metal hardcore group Korn, performs during their concert in Sofia, September 8, 2005. Korn is nothing if not a survivor. Having helped launch the much-maligned nu-metal genre in 1994, Korn now finds itself with a new lineup, a new label and, on its seventh album, hints of a new sound. (Stoyan Nenov/Reuters)Reuters - Korn is nothing if not a survivor. Having helped launch the much-maligned nu-metal genre in 1994, Korn now finds itself with a new lineup, a new label and, on its seventh album, hints of a new sound.


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Country singer Gary Allan confronts tragedy (Reuters)
Reuters - A simple question -- "Why?" -- looms over much of life, and it's surely a bitterly important part of Gary Allan's current existence.

Judd, Cowboy Troy to Host 'Nashville Star' (AP)
Cowboy Troy, left, and Wynonna Judd prepare to present an award at the 39th Annual Country Music Association Awards  in New York, in this Nov. 15, 2005, file photo. Judd and Troy will host the fourth season of the USA Network's Nashville Star. The USA network series, which launched successful recording careers for Buddy Jewell and Miranda Lambert, begins March 7, 2006. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson, File)AP - Country singers Wynonna Judd and Cowboy Troy will host the fourth season of the USA Network's "Nashville Star" talent search series.


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Marilyn Manson Marries (E! Online)
Marilyn Manson has added a wife to his portrait of an American 
 family.E! Online - Marilyn Manson has added a wife to his portrait of an American family.


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Gotti Teflon in Federal Trial (E! Online)
Just like the mobster Irving 'Gotti' Lorenzo borrowed his 
 nickname from, the gangsta hip-hop mogul has proven to be Teflon, 
 beating the rap in a federal case.E! Online - Just like the mobster Irving "Gotti" Lorenzo borrowed his nickname from, the gangsta hip-hop mogul has proven to be Teflon, beating the rap in a federal case.


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Wonder to Perform at Super Bowl Pre-Game (AP)
Stevie Wonder entertains fans before the start of Game 3 of the NBA Finals, in a file photo from June 14, 2005, in Auburn Hills, Mich. Motown fans miffed by the NFL's choice of the Rolling Stones for Super Bowl XL halftime entertainment are getting at least some satisfaction: Stevie Wonder will perform during the pre-game show at Ford Field on Feb. 5, 2006. Wonder will play three or four songs during the pre-game show before the game, Lori Lambert, vice president of strategic marketing for Universal Motown Records Group, told The Associated Press on Monday, Dec. 5, 2005. At least part of the performance will be televised, she said. (AP Photos/Paul Sancya)AP - Motown fans miffed by the NFL's choice of the Rolling Stones for Super Bowl halftime entertainment are getting at least some satisfaction: Stevie Wonder will perform during the pre-game show at Ford Field.


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NFL Lines Up Stevie Wonder for Super Bowl (AP)
AP - Motown fans miffed by the NFL's choice of the Rolling Stones for Super Bowl halftime entertainment are getting at least some satisfaction: Stevie Wonder will perform during the pregame show at Ford Field.

Domingo to Sing, Direct in 'Die Walkuere' (AP)
AP - Placido Domingo will sing the role of Siegmund in a new production of Richard Wagner's "Die Walkuere" in the 2006-2007 season of the Washington National Opera. The company's general director also will conduct an old production of Giacomo Puccini's "Madama Butterfly"

Brazilian singer blasts Vatican in condom dispute (Reuters)
Brazilian singer Daniela Mercury performs at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland in this file photo taken July 9, 2005. Mercury, who was banned from performing in a Vatican Christmas concert, said on Monday she was outraged at a Vatican claim that she had threatened to promote condom use during the show. (Arc-Dominic Favre/Reuters)Reuters - Brazilian singer Daniela Mercury, who was banned from performing in a Vatican Christmas concert, said on Monday she was outraged at a Vatican claim that she had threatened to promote condom use during the show.


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Tony Bennett, Tina Turner Honored in D.C. (AP)
In this photograph provided by the White House, President Bush, right, congratulates performer Tina Turner during a reception for the Kennedy Center honorees in the East Room of the White House Sunday, Dec. 4, 2005. Other honorees are, from left, singer Tony Bennett, dancer Suzanne Farrell, actress Julie Harris, actor Robert Redford and singer Tina Turner. (AP Photo/The White House, Eric Draper)AP - Tina Turner and Tony Bennett, two legends of American music, earned accolades from a broad array of pop and jazz stars Sunday during the Kennedy Center Honors.


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