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Elton John to Tie the Knot With Partner (AP)
Irish guardsmen march past Windsor's Guildhall, England, Tuesday Dec. 20, 2005, where rock star Elton John, and filmmaker David Furnish will be joined in Civil Union Wednesday. (AP Photo/ Max Nash)AP - Rock star Elton John is tying the knot with longtime partner David Furnish Wednesday, in a civil union ceremony seen as a watershed in the struggle for gay rights — and as the party of the season by celebrity-spotters.


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Brooks & Dunn to Open for Stones (AP)
Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn of Brook and Dunn sing the national anthem prior to the start of Game 7 of the NBA finals in San Antonio, in this June 23, 2005, file photo. One of country's hardest rock bands will open for one of rock's hardest country bands. Brooks & Dunn will warm up for the Rolling Stones in Omaha, Neb., Jan. 29, 2006. (AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta)AP - One of country's hardest rock bands will open for one of rock's hardest country bands. Brooks & Dunn will warm up for the Rolling Stones in Omaha, Neb., Jan. 29.


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Gwen Stefani Said Pregnant With First Baby (AP)
Singer and designer Gwen Stefani  before the start of Stefani's L.A.M.B. spring/summer 2006 fashion show in New York, on Sept 16, 2005. The 36-year-old pop star and her husband Gavin Rossdale, 38, are expecting the couple's  first child, Us Weekly reported Tuesday,Dec.20, 2005. The baby is reportedly due in June.(AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Gwen Stefani, nominated for five Grammy Awards including album of the year for "Love.Angel.Music.Baby.," is pregnant with her first child, according to Us Weekly.


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Britney Spears Sues 'Us Weekly' for $20M (AP)
Britney Spears appears as a presenter during the Billboard Awards in Las Vegas, Nev., Dec. 8, 2004. Spears filed a $20 million libel lawsuit Monday, Dec. 19, 2005, against celebrity magazine Us Weekly, charging it published a false story reporting she and her husband, Kevin Federline, made a sex tape and were worried about its release. (AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta, File)AP - Britney Spears has filed a $20 million libel lawsuit against Us Weekly, charging the celebrity magazine published a false story reporting she and husband Kevin Federline had made a sex tape and were worried about its release.


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The ball is in Woody's court (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Can it be true? At a time when the likes of Paris Hilton is capable of inspiring a Christmas shrine, Woody is hot again.That's Woody Allen, of course, the bespectacled nerd with the ginger hair, pipsqueak physique and existential Borscht Belt humor who made films that mattered, such as 1977's still-sublime best-picture Oscar winner, Annie Hall.

New film makes star of 15-year-old "Pocahontas" (Reuters)
Reuters - The new film's reclusive director is happy to let his movie speak for itself, since he doesn't give interviews. The male star would be happy to promote the film, but he's in rehab.

Elton John to Tie the Knot With Partner (AP)
Irish guardsmen march past Windsor's Guildhall, England, Tuesday Dec. 20, 2005, where rock star Elton John, and filmmaker David Furnish will be joined in Civil Union Wednesday. (AP Photo/ Max Nash)AP - Rock star Elton John is tying the knot with longtime partner David Furnish Wednesday, in a civil union ceremony seen as a watershed in the struggle for gay rights — and as the party of the season by celebrity-spotters.


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Iran glued to TV comedy that tackles tough issues (Reuters)
Reuters - At eight o'clock each evening, Iran grinds to a halt and tunes into a ground-breaking television comedy that candidly broaches often uncomfortable facts of life in the Islamic Republic.

'40-year-old Virgin' has smash DVD debut (Reuters)
File photo shows actor Steve Carell at the world premiere of Universal Pictures' 'The 40 Year-Old Virgin' at the ArcLight Cinerama Dome in Los Angeles August 11, 2005. 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin,' a surprise box office hit for Universal Pictures, appears poised to take a spot among the year's best-selling comedies on home video and DVD, a studio spokeswoman said on Tuesday. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," a surprise box office hit for Universal Pictures, appears poised to take a spot among the year's best-selling comedies on home video and DVD, a studio spokeswoman said on Tuesday.


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Everybody Rise - and Grab an Instrument; Barbara Walsh to Star in Cincy 'Company' (Playbill)
Playbill - Tony Award nominee Barbara Walsh, of Broadway's Big, Blood Brothers and Falsettos, will play boozy Joanne in John Doyle's conception of Company that has actors playing instruments.

New film makes star of 15-year-old "Pocahontas" (Reuters)
Reuters - The new film's reclusive director is happy to let his movie speak for itself, since he doesn't give interviews. The male star would be happy to promote the film, but he's in rehab.

'40-year-old Virgin' has smash DVD debut (Reuters)
File photo shows actor Steve Carell at the world premiere of Universal Pictures' 'The 40 Year-Old Virgin' at the ArcLight Cinerama Dome in Los Angeles August 11, 2005. 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin,' a surprise box office hit for Universal Pictures, appears poised to take a spot among the year's best-selling comedies on home video and DVD, a studio spokeswoman said on Tuesday. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," a surprise box office hit for Universal Pictures, appears poised to take a spot among the year's best-selling comedies on home video and DVD, a studio spokeswoman said on Tuesday.


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'Dozen' sequel predictably awful (Reuters)
Reuters - A textbook example of how not to mess with success, "Cheaper by the Dozen 2" is every bit as forced, synthetic, banal and mawkish as the first edition, meaning there's no reason to assume it shouldn't come close to matching the $138 million-plus taken in by its equally underachieving predecessor.

Nothing 'Fun' about Carrey's new comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Centering on an upwardly mobile couple who resort to robbery to maintain their way of life, this comedy remake boasts an all-too-timely premise.

DVD review: 'King Kong: Peter Jackson's Production Diaries' (Reuters)
Reuters - When Merian C. Cooper unleashed his "King Kong" in 1933, he went to great lengths to safeguard the secrets behind its mind-bending special effects.

'Virgin' videos good for 3.7 million units (Reuters)
Reuters - Consumers snapped up 3.7 million DVDs and videocassettes of "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" its first week in stores, Universal Studios Home Entertainment reported Tuesday.

Huffman Hits the Road in `Transamerica' (AP)
Actress Felicity Huffman poses during a photo session at The Essex House in New York on Nov. 28, 2005. Huffman, an Emmy winner in the hit TV series 'Desperate Housewives,' is an Academy Awards favorite for her role in the road-trip movie 'Transamerica'  as a man prepping for sex-change surgery. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Felicity Huffman wasn't supposed to win the Emmy over her more glamorous and talked-about "Desperate Housewives" co-stars. But she did. Now, she's an Academy Award favorite for her performance in "Transamerica" — in which she plays a man prepping for sex-change surgery.


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Egypt "Syriana" actor sees Hollywood gaining nerve (Reuters)
Amr Waked (R) points a gun at U.S. movie star George Clooney during the filming of the Hollywood production of the movie 'Syriana' in Morocco on October 2004. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - An Egyptian actor in a movie about oil and violence in the Middle East has praised Hollywood for taking a frank look at the region and showing nuanced characters instead of trading on stereotypes of Arabs as terrorists.


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Austrian Mayor Tries to Woo Schwarzenegger (AP)
AP - The mayor of Arnold Schwarzenegger's Austrian hometown on Tuesday begged the California governor to reconsider his decision to end ties to the city after locals assailed him for his death penalty stance.

French Antitrust Group Fines Disney Unit (AP)
AP - France's antitrust regulator Tuesday slapped a 14.4 million euros ($17.2 million) fine on Buena Vista Home Entertainment Inc., a unit of Walt Disney Co., and three French retailers for fixing home video prices between 1995 and 1998.

Elton John to Tie the Knot With Partner (AP)
Irish guardsmen march past Windsor's Guildhall, England, Tuesday Dec. 20, 2005, where rock star Elton John, and filmmaker David Furnish will be joined in Civil Union Wednesday. (AP Photo/ Max Nash)AP - Rock star Elton John is tying the knot with longtime partner David Furnish Wednesday, in a civil union ceremony seen as a watershed in the struggle for gay rights — and as the party of the season by celebrity-spotters.


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Brooks & Dunn to Open for Stones (AP)
Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn of Brook and Dunn sing the national anthem prior to the start of Game 7 of the NBA finals in San Antonio, in this June 23, 2005, file photo. One of country's hardest rock bands will open for one of rock's hardest country bands. Brooks & Dunn will warm up for the Rolling Stones in Omaha, Neb., Jan. 29, 2006. (AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta)AP - One of country's hardest rock bands will open for one of rock's hardest country bands. Brooks & Dunn will warm up for the Rolling Stones in Omaha, Neb., Jan. 29.


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Death Cab for Cutie to Unveil 12 Videos (AP)
Death Cab For Cutie poses in New York's Central Park on Aug. 18,2005. They are, left to right; drummer Jason McGerr, Chris Walla, who plays guitar and keyboard, bass player Nick Harmer and frontman Ben Gibbard.  The band announced that each song off their recent album, 'Plans,' has been made into a music video -- in all, adding up to an anthology of 12 short films titled, 'Directions.' (AP Photo/Jim CooperAP - Death Cab for Cutie has plans for new "Directions." Each song from the band's Grammy-nominated album, "Plans," has been made into a music video, adding up to an anthology of 12 short films titled, "Directions."


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NPR to Offer Choral Music on Sunday's (AP)
AP - National Public Radio will offer three hours of choral music to all its 815 stations every Sunday, beginning with a sample program Christmas morning.

Derivative dance duo Revenge stuck in '80s (Reuters)
Reuters - It never bodes well when dance bands give the crowd permission to dance. But that's just what frontman Justin Warfield felt the need to do Monday at the sold-out Troubadour. Some obliged -- for a while, at least.

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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Matchbox Twenty hoping for musical reinvention (Reuters)
Reuters - After a two-year break, matchbox twenty is gearing up for a December 30-January 1 reunion at the Joint in Las Vegas.

John Legend enthralls sell-out South African crowd (Reuters)
Reuters - A day before he played to a sold-out crowd of 5,000, John Legend told a press conference that his eight Grammy nominations had not changed the energetic way he approached his live performances, "except that I will now probably be in a slighter better mood than my previous shows."

Gwen Stefani Said Pregnant With First Baby (AP)
Singer and designer Gwen Stefani  before the start of Stefani's L.A.M.B. spring/summer 2006 fashion show in New York, on Sept 16, 2005. The 36-year-old pop star and her husband Gavin Rossdale, 38, are expecting the couple's  first child, Us Weekly reported Tuesday,Dec.20, 2005. The baby is reportedly due in June.(AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Gwen Stefani, nominated for five Grammy Awards including album of the year for "Love.Angel.Music.Baby.," is pregnant with her first child, according to Us Weekly.


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Boy George Gets Drug Case Delay (E! Online)
Boy George just got a big Christmas present from a New York judge: 
 The 'Karma Chameleon' singer's cocaine case has been adjourned until 
 Feb. 1.E! Online - Boy George just got a big Christmas present from a New York judge: The "Karma Chameleon" singer's cocaine case has been adjourned until Feb. 1.


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