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Boy George's Court Appearance Postponed (AP)
Entertainer Boy George arrives at a movie  premiere on April 22, 2005, in New York . A Manhattan court appearance by Boy George on narcotics charges was adjourned Monday, Dec. 19, 2005, until next year. The recording artist was said to be in England.(AP Photo/Adam Rountree)AP - A Manhattan judge has adjourned a court appearance by Boy George on narcotics charges until next year. The singer was said to be in England. Criminal Court Judge Patricia Nunez granted the adjournment Monday at the request of defense and prosecution lawyers.


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Bice Cancels Radio Music Awards Appearance (AP)
'American Idol' runner-up Bo Bice performs during a benefit concert for the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina relief in Syracuse, N.Y., on, Sept. 11, 2005. Bice was rushed to a hospital with complications from recent intestinal surgery, a publicist for his record label said Monday. Bice, 30, became ill Sunday, Dec. 18, 2005, while rehearsing for a performance  in Las Vegas.  (AP Photo/Ed Gonser)AP - "American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice was rushed to a hospital with complications from recent intestinal surgery, a publicist for his record label said Monday.


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Don Ho Returns to His Home in Honolulu (AP)
AP - Legendary Hawaiian crooner Don Ho, who had an experimental procedure on his ailing heart two weeks ago in Thailand, returned home to Honolulu on Monday.

NBC: No Plan for Handling Spencer's Death (AP)
AP - Writers on "The West Wing" aren't expected to begin grappling with how to deal with actor John Spencer's death until after the holidays — and the production and program schedule affords them extra time to do so.

CBS likely winner Sunday amid Bush address (Reuters)
Reuters - ABC's long-awaited rendition of the Broadway musical "Once Upon a Mattress" didn't draw much of a crowd on a disjointed Sunday night that included a live 20-minute presidential address from the White House.

Japanese WWII battleship sails into theaters (Reuters)
Reuters - Six decades after being sunk by American warplanes, the Imperial Japanese Navy battleship Yamato has just re-created her final journey on cinema screens across Japan.

Don Ho Returns to His Home in Honolulu (AP)
AP - Legendary Hawaiian crooner Don Ho, who had an experimental procedure on his ailing heart two weeks ago in Thailand, returned home to Honolulu on Monday.

'Idol' semis results show set for Thursday (Reuters)
Reuters - This season, "American Idol" will air on Thursdays after all.

Fox targets youth group with new genre division (Reuters)
Reuters - Fox Filmed Entertainment is establishing a division that will make low-budget films targeted at teen and young adult audiences, a lucrative market already targeted by such studios as Sony and Miramax.

John Spencer, Stage Actor Who Ran "West Wing," Dead at 58 (Playbill)
Playbill - John Spencer, the theatre, film and TV actor known for playing the White House chief of staff on TV's "The West Wing," died Dec. 16 after a heart attack, his publicist announced.

Japanese WWII battleship sails into theaters (Reuters)
Reuters - Six decades after being sunk by American warplanes, the Imperial Japanese Navy battleship Yamato has just re-created her final journey on cinema screens across Japan.

Dubai worth the journey for Brooks' Muslim comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Premiering your film at an obscure festival some 8,000 miles away from home might seem an odd choice for a veteran Hollywood player.

Monkey Business for "King Kong" (E! Online)
King Kong didn't exactly go ape at the box office this 
 weekend.E! Online - King Kong didn't exactly go ape at the box office this weekend.


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"Kong" box office highlights industry in flux (Reuters)
Actress Naomi Watts smiles as she poses for photographers during a news conference for the film 'King Kong' in Tokyo December 13, 2005. The film sold a relatively modest $66.2 million worth of tickets in its first five days of release across North America, according to estimates issued on Sunday by its distributor Universal Pictures. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Even at 25 feet (7.6 meters) tall and weighing 8,000 pounds (3.6 tones) , giant ape King Kong wasn't quite big enough for Hollywood in 2005.


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'Kong' Opens Shy of Blockbuster Standards (AP)
AP - "King Kong" was not the 900-pound box-office gorilla Hollywood expected during its opening weekend, debuting with a merely respectable $50.1 million and leaving the studio pinning its hopes on the film's possible long-term staying power.

Redford Marks Sundance Anniversaries (AP)
In this photo released by the Sundance Channel, actors Paul Newman and Robert Redford, right, meet at the Westport Country Playhouse in Westport, Conn., in September 2005 to film an episode of the Sundance Channel original series 'Iconoclasts.' The episode featuring Newman premieres at 10 p.m., EST, Thursday, Dec. 22.  (AP Photo/Sundance Channel)AP - Robert Redford recently did something not so unusual for him. He hung out with his pal Paul Newman.


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Woody Allen Says He Loves London Weather (AP)
Woody Allen and Scarlett Johansson arrive at the premiere of her new film,  'Match Point', at the Curzon Mayfair, central London, Sunday, Dec. 18,  2005.  ( AP Photo/PA,  Ian West)AP - Woody Allen says he loves London's famously dreary weather and its residents' ever-expressive slang.


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AP Movie Critics Pick the Top 10 Movies (AP)
AP - As film critics, we had a problem this year. There were too many great movies to choose from and only 10 spots on our best-of lists. After much soul-searching and paring, here's what we came up with — the absolute best of the best.

Cruise's Faith Nurtured at Secret Compound (AP)
Confetti rains down as U.S. actor Tom Cruise, left, embraces David Miscavige, the Scienology Church's President of the Rulling Council during the official opening of a new Scientology church in central Madrid in this Sept. 18, 2004 file photo. Cruise, among Scientology's most fervent messengers, nurtured a passion for the controversial religion while studying at a secretive desert compound in Southern California that's become one of the church's primary base of operations, the Los Angeles Times reports. (AP Photo/Paul White)AP - Tom Cruise's faith in Scientology was nurtured at a secretive Southern California desert compound that catered to his needs around the clock, a newspaper reported.


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'Rumor Has It...' Reiner's latest is a wreck (Reuters)
Cast of the comedy 'Rumor has it...' (L-R) Mena Suvari, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Aniston and director Rob Reiner pose at the film's premiere in Hollywood, December 15, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - One of the better gags in Robert Altman's "The Player" has Buck Henry, co-writer of "The Graduate," pitching a sequel to that classic comedy.


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Don Ho Returns to His Home in Honolulu (AP)
AP - Legendary Hawaiian crooner Don Ho, who had an experimental procedure on his ailing heart two weeks ago in Thailand, returned home to Honolulu on Monday.

Los Straitjackets instrumental in celebrating Christmas (Reuters)
Reuters - Try to imagine someone attending the Los Straitjackets Christmas Pageant on a whim without knowing anything about it.

Ashlee Comes Home to Heal (E! Online)
Ashlee Simpson is feeling well enough to hop a plane home.E! Online - Ashlee Simpson is feeling well enough to hop a plane home.


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Pink Floyd's Gilmour plans rare US/Canada tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Pink Floyd fans waiting in vain for the band to reunite for a tour will have to make do with the next best thing: the first solo trek in more than 20 years by singer/guitarist David Gilmour.

Michael Jackson in talks to avoid loan default (Reuters)
File photo shows Michael Jackson in Santa Maria, California June 3, 2005. Lawyers for Michael Jackson and a key creditor are in talks to keep the pop star from defaulting on $200 million in loans secured by his prized stake in the Beatles' song catalog, an attorney for the singer said on Monday. (Phil Kelin/Reuters)Reuters - Lawyers for Michael Jackson and a key creditor are in talks to keep the pop star from defaulting on $200 million in loans secured by his prized stake in the Beatles' song catalog, an attorney for the singer said on Monday.


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Iran's President Bans All Western Music (AP)
Iranian hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, seen here 10 December 2005, has ordered Iran's radio and television network not to play Western and 'decadent' music and instead use 'relaxing' and revolutionary-era tunes(AFP/File/Behrouz Mehri)AP - Hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has banned all Western music from Iran's state radio and TV stations — an eerie reminder of the 1979 Islamic revolution when popular music was outlawed as "un-Islamic" under Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.


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Bo Bice Bitten by RMA Curse (E! Online)
Just days after being tapped to replace 
 an ailing Ashlee Simpson at the Radio Music Awards in Las Vegas Monday 
 night, Bo Bice has canceled his performance due to illness.E! Online - Just days after being tapped to replace an ailing Ashlee Simpson at the Radio Music Awards in Las Vegas Monday night, Bo Bice has canceled his performance due to illness.


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Bice Cancels Radio Music Awards Appearance (AP)
'American Idol' runner-up Bo Bice performs during a benefit concert for the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina relief in Syracuse, N.Y., on, Sept. 11, 2005. Bice was rushed to a hospital with complications from recent intestinal surgery, a publicist for his record label said Monday. Bice, 30, became ill Sunday, Dec. 18, 2005, while rehearsing for a performance  in Las Vegas.  (AP Photo/Ed Gonser)AP - "American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice was rushed to a hospital with complications from recent intestinal surgery, a publicist for his record label said Monday.


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Jamie Foxx to Release New Album (AP)
Academy Award winning actor and Grammy Award nominated singer and songwriter Jamie Foxx performs a song from his debut album 'Unpredictable' during his appearance on the NBC-TV 'Today' show in New York, Monday Dec. 19, 2005. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Jamie Foxx is on such a roll that he didn't even need to put out an album to become a chart-topping singer. The Oscar-winning actor became a Grammy-nominated singer thanks to his No. 1 hit from 2004, the Kanye West-Twista collaboration "Slow Jamz." And he followed up that smash with an even bigger one this year, singing the hook on West's Ray Charles-inspired hit "Gold Digger," which remained perched at No. 1 for weeks.


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Boy George's Court Appearance Postponed (AP)
Entertainer Boy George arrives at a movie  premiere on April 22, 2005, in New York . A Manhattan court appearance by Boy George on narcotics charges was adjourned Monday, Dec. 19, 2005, until next year. The recording artist was said to be in England.(AP Photo/Adam Rountree)AP - A Manhattan judge has adjourned a court appearance by Boy George on narcotics charges until next year. The singer was said to be in England.


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