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'Brokeback Mountain' a Box Office Success (AP)
This undated promotional photo shows actors Heath Ledger, left, and Jake Gyllenhaal in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain.' The film logged the highest per-screen average over the holiday weekend. It's playing well in limited release and opens wide in the new year. (AP Photo/Focus Features, Kimberly French)AP - Who's afraid of a couple of gay cowboys? Not moviegoers, who helped "Brokeback Mountain" post the highest per-screen average over the film-flush holiday weekend.


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Photographer Not Charged in Lohan Crash (AP)
Lindsay Lohan is seen in Beverly Hills December 1, 2005. Lohan is one of several young names to have been successfully courted for New Year's action in Miami. (Phil McCarten/Reuters)AP - The photographer whose collision with actress Lindsay Lohan helped prompt California to adopt an anti-paparazzi law won't be charged with a crime, the district attorney's office said.


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Mrs. Partridge in Sex Romp in New Movie (AP)
This undated promotional photo provided by Twentieth Century Fox shows actors, from left, Shirley Knight, Doris Roberts and Shirley Jones, after inadvertently drinking tea laced with marijuana, in a scene from the film 'Grandma's Boy.' (AP Photo/Twentieth Century Fox, Darren Michaels)AP - What's this — the matriarch of the Partridge family in bed with a 24-year-old stud? It happens in "Grandma's Boy," a boisterous comedy produced by Adam Sandler's company.


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Stallone Magazine Allowed to Stay on Sale (AP)
Actor Sylvester Stallone, right, and television producer Mark Burnett take questions from the media about their reality television show 'The Contender' in this Feb. 24, 2004, file photo in Los Angeles. Stallone can keep his magazine 'Sly' on newsstands despite the complaints of an Internet magazine with the same name that a judge suggested was more of a shoe 'fetish' publication. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Sylvester Stallone can keep his magazine, Sly, on newsstands despite the complaints of an Internet magazine with the same name that a judge suggested was more of a shoe "fetish" publication.


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Videos give serious edge to Black History Month (Reuters)
Reuters - Black History Month no longer is just about Martin Luther King Jr. biographies and classic black movies.

More than 300 films vie for best picture Oscar (Reuters)
Reuters - For the first time in 32 years, more than 300 films will vie for the best picture Oscar, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Wednesday.

U.S. Music Album Sales Down 7 Percent (AP)
AP - U.S. album sales were down about 7 percent as 2005 drew to a close, but the budding market for music downloads, which more than doubled over last year, helped narrow the revenue gap, according to figures released Wednesday.

CBS comedies laugh first during rerun-heavy week (Reuters)
Reuters - At the start of a week of family get-togethers, gift-giving and sundry holiday pursuits, Americans were looking for laughs in primetime.

Hollywood unions get no reply on branding demands (Reuters)
Reuters - More than six weeks after Hollywood unions sought a code of conduct governing product placement and a financial stake in such deals for writers and actors, their demands have largely fallen on deaf ears, written off as a publicity stunt or negotiating tactic.

Take a bow: Broadway on track for record year (Reuters)
Reuters - It's been a good year for the Great White Way.

More than 300 films vie for best picture Oscar (Reuters)
Reuters - For the first time in 32 years, more than 300 films will vie for the best picture Oscar, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Wednesday.

Videos give serious edge to Black History Month (Reuters)
Reuters - Black History Month no longer is just about Martin Luther King Jr. biographies and classic black movies.

'Brokeback Mountain' a Box Office Success (AP)
This undated promotional photo shows actors Heath Ledger, left, and Jake Gyllenhaal in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain.' The film logged the highest per-screen average over the holiday weekend. It's playing well in limited release and opens wide in the new year. (AP Photo/Focus Features, Kimberly French)AP - Who's afraid of a couple of gay cowboys? Not moviegoers, who helped "Brokeback Mountain" post the highest per-screen average over the film-flush holiday weekend.


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Hollywood unions get no reply on branding demands (Reuters)
Reuters - More than six weeks after Hollywood unions sought a code of conduct governing product placement and a financial stake in such deals for writers and actors, their demands have largely fallen on deaf ears, written off as a publicity stunt or negotiating tactic.

Mrs. Partridge in Sex Romp in New Movie (AP)
This undated promotional photo provided by Twentieth Century Fox shows actors, from left, Shirley Knight, Doris Roberts and Shirley Jones, after inadvertently drinking tea laced with marijuana, in a scene from the film 'Grandma's Boy.' (AP Photo/Twentieth Century Fox, Darren Michaels)AP - What's this — the matriarch of the Partridge family in bed with a 24-year-old stud? It happens in "Grandma's Boy," a boisterous comedy produced by Adam Sandler's company.


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Mira Sorvino Made Honorary Pa. Deputy (AP)
AP - Mira Sorvino is a second-generation honorary deputy sheriff.

Klein: No Baby Gift for Ex-Fiancee Holmes (AP)
Katie Holmes, left, and Chris Klein arrive for the premiere of 'Ocean's Twelve,' at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2004. Klein says he won't be sending ex-fiancee Holmes a gift or a congratulatory card after her baby is born. 'Her and my relationship is a time in the past,' Klein said in a recent interview.  (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File)AP - Chris Klein says he won't be sending ex-fiancee Katie Holmes a gift or a congratulatory card after her baby is born.


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Woody Allen enters modern world for movie promo (Reuters)
U.S. director Woody Allen (L) stands next to his daughter Manzie Tio as his wife Soon-Yi Previn (R) carries daughter Bechet while they pose near a statue of Allen in Oviedo, northern Spain, December 26, 2005. Allen is in Oviedo to give a concert with the New Orleans Jazz Band. (Eloy Alonso/Reuters)Reuters - Movie marketing used to be a pretty basic business of buying network TV spots and newspaper ads. These days, it has evolved into a more challenging puzzle in which nontraditional media are increasingly part of the solution.


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Egyptian political black comedy receives acclaim (Reuters)
Reuters - With a mixture of black comedy, sexual titillation and old-fashioned patriotism, film director Mohamed Amin has struck a chord in Egyptian audiences with his new fantasy political film "The Night Baghdad Fell."

Kinnear, Brosnan star in offbeat film (Reuters)
Cast member Pierce Brosnan (R) and co-star Greg Kinnear gesture at the Los Angeles premiere of 'The Matador' at the Westwood Crest theatre in Los Angeles December 11, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - "Brokeback Mountain," it ain't. And Greg Kinnear, for one, is happy to admit it.


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U.S. Music Album Sales Down 7 Percent (AP)
AP - U.S. album sales were down about 7 percent as 2005 drew to a close, but the budding market for music downloads, which more than doubled over last year, helped narrow the revenue gap, according to figures released Wednesday.

Blige tops U.S. pop charts with big 'Breakthrough' (Reuters)
Reuters - Despite slow sales throughout the holiday season, the week leading up to Christmas saw a retail burst led by new releases from Mary J. Blige and Jamie Foxx.

Mariah Carey overtakes 50 Cent (Reuters)
Combination photo shows U.S. singer Mariah Carey (L) performing during the 57th Bambi media awards in Munich December 1, 2005 and Rapper 50 Cent performing at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards in Miami August 28, 2005. (Files/Reuters)Reuters - Capping one of pop music's biggest comebacks, Mariah Carey has overtaken rap star 50 Cent in a year-end battle to claim the hottest-selling album of 2005.


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Blige Breaks Through, Bests Foxx, B.I.G. (E! Online)
Looks as though Mary J. Blige made Santa's nice list.E! Online - Looks as though Mary J. Blige made Santa's nice list.


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Travis' Little Drummer Girl (E! Online)
Blink-182 
 drummer Travis Barker and his actress-model wife, Shanna Moakler, 
 welcomed their second child on Christmas Eve.E! Online - Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and his actress-model wife, Shanna Moakler, welcomed their second child on Christmas Eve.


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Gary Glitter Paid to Ensure Cooperation (AP)
AP - Former rock star Gary Glitter paid $4,000 to ensure the cooperation in his legal case of the families of Vietnamese girls he is accused of sexually abusing.

The Who to tour in 2006, Townshend says (Reuters)
The Who will return to the stage next year following 'a very, very cool' surprise announcement in June, according to guitarist Pete Townshend. In this file photo rock legend Townshend poses for pictures during the pre-release party for the new DVD 'Tommy and Quadrophenia - Live in Concert' in New York City on October 7, 2005. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - English rock veterans The Who will return to the stage next year following "a very, very cool" surprise announcement in June, according to guitarist Pete Townshend.


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'Literary Lyricist' Hunter Writing Novels (AP)
AP - Robert Hunter laughs at the irony as he turns the image over in his head: The solitary writer, secluded in a cabin along Northern California's Russian River, churning out the Great American Novel.

Evolution of the Banjo Featured in Exhibit (AP)
Image provided by the Corcoran Gallery of Art showing Richard Norris Brooke's 1881 'A Pastoral Visit,' part of an exhibit at the gallery: Picturing the Banjo. Consider the evolution of the humble banjo. It morphed from a hollow gourd, strummed by African slaves, into an elegant toy for Victorian society ladies. Later, it grew into one of the mainstays of bluegrass music. This story is told in a new exhibit at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington's oldest art museum. (AP Photo/Corcoran Gallery of Art)AP - Consider the evolution of the humble banjo. It morphed from a hollow gourd, strummed by African slaves, into an elegant toy for Victorian society ladies. Later, it grew into one of the mainstays of bluegrass music.


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Devo whips up classic tracks for kids (Reuters)
Reuters - A new generation of music fans will get hip to one of new wave's most iconic acts through Devo 2.0.

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