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Prince Happy With New Record Deal (AP)
Recording artist Prince speaks during a news conference about his exclusive recording agreement between himself and Universal Records and his new single 'Te Amo Corazon,' Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2005, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Prince's new album '3121' will be his first with Universal Records with a scheduled release in 2006. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Prince, who famously scrawled "slave" on his face during a dispute with his record company in the mid-1990s, said Tuesday he received everything he wanted in his latest deal with Universal Records.


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Baldwin, Basinger Quibble Over Custody (AP)
Co-star of the new movie 'The Juror' Alec Baldwin and his wife Kim Basinger arrive at the film's premiere Monday, Jan. 29, 1996, in Los Angeles. Basinger was back in court Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2005 quibbling over custody matters in her ongoing battle with ex-husband Baldwin. The couple share joint custody of their 10-year-old daughter, Ireland. The couple married Aug. 19, 1993. They separated in 2000 and divorced in 2002. (AP Photo/Rene Macura)AP - Kim Basinger was back in court, quibbling over custody matters in her ongoing battle with ex-husband Alec Baldwin. The couple share joint custody of their 10-year-old daughter, Ireland.


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NBC Cuts Pamela Anderson Pole Dance Video (AP)
Pamela Anderson, a cast member of the new Fox comedy show 'Stacked,' arrivesJuly 29, 2005, at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif. A video featuring Anderson was dropped Monday evening from an NBC special, 'Elton John: The Red Piano,' because the network decided it was inappropriate for the time slot. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Pamela Anderson and pole dancing proved too hot for NBC, which dropped a number featuring the actress in a sexy big-screen video from an Elton John special.


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'Brokeback Mountain' Tests Oscar Waters (AP)
This publicity photo provided by Focus Features shows actors Jake Gyllenhaal, left, and Heath Ledger, in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain.' The film led Golden Globe contenders Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2005, with seven nominations, among them best picture and honors for actors Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams and director Ang Lee, positioning itself as a key Academy Awards competitor. (AP Photo/Focus Features, Kimberly French)AP - The cowboys-in-love drama "Brokeback Mountain" received a leading seven Golden Globes nominations, yet the critical favorite has an uphill trail for the Academy Awards, where a gay-themed film has never won top honors.


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A mighty heart beats within 'Kong' (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Peter Jackson is lord of the Kings. For those who had any question after his masterful direction of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, his remake of King Kong makes it official: Jackson is a visionary filmmaker who is not only a technical wizard but also a master storyteller.

Globe Nominations, by George (E! Online)
For one day at least, George Clooney stood about as 
 tall as all of Brokeback Mountain.E! Online - For one day at least, George Clooney stood about as tall as all of Brokeback Mountain.


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Dylan to Host Satellite Radio Program (AP)
Bob Dylan performs at a festival in Jackson, Miss., in a file photo of May 17, 2003. Dylan will host a weekly music show on XM Satellite Radio, marking the first time the singer has hosted a radio show. Dylan will select music for the hour-long show, which will debut in March on XM's deep album rock channel, the station announced Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2005. (AP Photo/Rogelio Solis, File)AP - Singer Bob Dylan will host a weekly radio music show on XM Satellite Radio beginning in March.


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Atlanta Braves May Be on Market (AP)
AP - The Atlanta Braves may be on the market. A statement released by the team Tuesday said Time Warner is exploring the possibility of selling the Braves and the Turner South cable network, which carries many of the Braves' games.

Atlanta Braves May Be on Market (AP)
AP - The Atlanta Braves may be on the market. A statement released by the team Tuesday said Time Warner is exploring the possibility of selling the Braves and the Turner South cable network, which carries many of the Braves' games.

Rivera's entertaining 'Life' needs more drama (Reuters)
Reuters - To say that Broadway legend Chita Rivera has defied the aging process is an understatement. The performer, famous for her appearances in such seminal musicals as "West Side Story" and "Chicago," is now 72, but as she demonstrates in her autobiographical Broadway show, she looks terrific and is still able to dance up a storm.

Globe Nominations, by George (E! Online)
For one day at least, George Clooney stood about as 
 tall as all of Brokeback Mountain.E! Online - For one day at least, George Clooney stood about as tall as all of Brokeback Mountain.


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'Kong' sets sight on box office throne (Reuters)
Kong is the gigantic ape captured in the wild and brought to civilization, where he meets his tragic fate in this undated image from the movie footage. ( 2005 Universal Pictures/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - He's already 25 feet tall and 8,000 pounds, but if Universal Pictures has its way, great ape King Kong is only going to get bigger.


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Golden Globe actor nominees challenge convention (Reuters)
Reuters - Woody Allen turned serious, George Clooney took on a Cold War villain, Terrence Howard played a poor pimp with rich dreams and Heath Ledger went gay to earn Golden Globe nominations on Tuesday.

Private equity firms eye DreamWorks library: sources (Reuters)
DreamWorks founders David Geffen (R), Jeffrey Katzenberg (C), and Steven Spielberg stand on the bell podium at the New York Stock Exchange in this October 28, 2004 file photo. Private equity firms Providence Equity Partners and Quadrangle Group are expected to take a close look at buying the DreamWorks SKG Inc. film library, sources familiar with the situation said on Tuesday. (Peter Morgan/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Private equity firms Providence Equity Partners and Quadrangle Group are expected to take a close look at buying the DreamWorks SKG Inc. film library, sources familiar with the situation said on Tuesday.


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Hallmark Unit Agrees to Deal to Avoid Suit (AP)
AP - A subsidiary of Hallmark Cards Inc. that runs the cable TV Hallmark Channel has agreed to produce a number of television shows, specials and movies to avoid a lawsuit from a religious coalition.

New York Loves "Brokeback" (E! Online)
Much as Sideways repeatedly tasted victory at the 
 critics awards last year, Brokeback Mountain is corralling the 
 early plaudits this year, named Best Picture Monday by the New York Film 
 Critics Circle.E! Online - Much as Sideways repeatedly tasted victory at the critics awards last year, Brokeback Mountain is corralling the early plaudits this year, named Best Picture Monday by the New York Film Critics Circle.


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Hollywood urges China reforms before Olympics (Reuters)
Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) President and CEO Dan Glickman at the Paris Las Vegas hotel March 15, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Glickman has urged the Chinese to crack down on movie piracy and open its markets to additional American-made films by the 2008 Olympics. (Ethan Miller/Reuters)Reuters - Hollywood's top lobbyist has urged the Chinese to crack down on movie piracy and open its markets to additional American-made films by the 2008 Olympics.


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'Brokeback Mountain' Tests Oscar Waters (AP)
This publicity photo provided by Focus Features shows actors Jake Gyllenhaal, left, and Heath Ledger, in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain.' The film led Golden Globe contenders Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2005, with seven nominations, among them best picture and honors for actors Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams and director Ang Lee, positioning itself as a key Academy Awards competitor. (AP Photo/Focus Features, Kimberly French)AP - The cowboys-in-love drama "Brokeback Mountain" received a leading seven Golden Globes nominations, yet the critical favorite has an uphill trail for the Academy Awards, where a gay-themed film has never won top honors.


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Untying the Knot, Celebrity Style (AP)
Jessica Simpson, left, and her husband, Nick Lachey arrive for the MTV Movie Awards in this June 4, 2005, file photo in Los Angeles. The couple jointly announced their break up on Nov. 23, 2005. Prenuptial agreements are par for most marriage-minded celebrities, and these documents dictate more than who gets what should the romance falter. They also spell out specific behaviors required during the relationship.(AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - No mother-in-law sleepovers. Only one football game per Sunday. Mandatory sexual positions. With celebrity marriages often shorter than Jessica Simpson's Daisy Dukes, the power of the prenuptial agreement cannot be denied.


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Selznick Was the Godfather of 'King Kong' (AP)
Peter Jackson, director of the 2005 remake of 'King Kong,' is shown with the late David O. Selznick, in this combination of file photos. Selznick was the studio boss who green lit and oversaw the original 'King Kong' in 1933, against the wishes of his parent company. He came up with the name, too. (AP Photo/Files)AP - If Peter Jackson has any one human to thank for the inspiration behind his remake of "King Kong," it would have to be the same man who gave the world "Gone with the Wind."


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Dylan to Host Satellite Radio Program (AP)
Bob Dylan performs at a festival in Jackson, Miss., in a file photo of May 17, 2003. Dylan will host a weekly music show on XM Satellite Radio, marking the first time the singer has hosted a radio show. Dylan will select music for the hour-long show, which will debut in March on XM's deep album rock channel, the station announced Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2005. (AP Photo/Rogelio Solis, File)AP - Singer Bob Dylan will host a weekly radio music show on XM Satellite Radio beginning in March.


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Prince Happy With New Record Deal (AP)
Recording artist Prince speaks during a news conference about his exclusive recording agreement between himself and Universal Records and his new single 'Te Amo Corazon,' Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2005, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Prince's new album '3121' will be his first with Universal Records with a scheduled release in 2006. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Prince, who famously scrawled "slave" on his face during a dispute with his record company in the mid-1990s, said Tuesday he received everything he wanted in his latest deal with Universal Records.


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Emmylou Harris makes Christmas connection in L.A (Reuters)
Reuters - Greeting cards sell in abundance during December, as many use the holiday as a means to reconnect with people from their past.

Man Gets Prison for Mich. Studio Slaying (AP)
Rap superstar Eminem, seen here performing in June 2005, is back together with his ex-wife and plans to remarry her, he told a Detroit radio station.(AFP/Getty Images/File)AP - A man was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without parole in the shooting death of the owner of a recording studio once used by rapper Eminem, authorities said.


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Prince's Universal Pact (E! Online)
Prince is once again willing to work for the Man.E! Online - Prince is once again willing to work for the Man.


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Bono Dines With Jesse Helms Before U2 Show (AP)
This photo supplied by the Jesse Helms Center shows Bono, left, of the Irish rock band U2 and former North Carolina Sen. Jesse Helms  share a greeting at a pre-concert meal at the new Charlotte Bobcats Arena in Charlotte, N.C., before U2 played to a crowd of 17,000 Monday night, Dec. 12, 2005.  Since they were introduced several years ago, the archconservative Republican known as 'Senator No' and Bono have become close allies in the fight against the AIDS epidemic in Africa. (AP Photo,Jesse Helms Center,John Dodd )AP - Bono and Jesse Helms? Not only are they friends, but the Irish rocker and archconservative former North Carolina senator also share a common cause: fighting AIDS in Africa.


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Untying the Knot, Celebrity Style (AP)
Jessica Simpson, left, and her husband, Nick Lachey arrive for the MTV Movie Awards in this June 4, 2005, file photo in Los Angeles. The couple jointly announced their break up on Nov. 23, 2005. Prenuptial agreements are par for most marriage-minded celebrities, and these documents dictate more than who gets what should the romance falter. They also spell out specific behaviors required during the relationship.(AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - No mother-in-law sleepovers. Only one football game per Sunday. Mandatory sexual positions. With celebrity marriages often shorter than Jessica Simpson's Daisy Dukes, the power of the prenuptial agreement cannot be denied.


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Smiths duo regrouping for UK cancer benefit (Reuters)
Reuters - Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and bassist Andy Rourke will perform together at an English charity show January 28 for the first time since the legendary act split up in 1987.

MTV, Microsoft to Develop Online Service (AP)
AP - MTV Networks Inc. said Tuesday it has partnered with Microsoft Corp. to develop an online music service to launch early next year.

Bob Dylan to host weekly radio music show (Reuters)
Rock musician Bob Dylan performs at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles in this May 5, 2004 file photo. The legendary folk rocker will start a new career as a radio DJ when he launches a new weekly music show on XM Satellite Radio next March. (Rob Galbraith/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Legendary folk rocker Bob Dylan will start a new career as a radio DJ when he launches a new weekly music show on XM Satellite Radio next March.


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