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Marlon Brando's Son Sued by Ex-Wife (AP)
Christian Brando is photographed outside the Los Angeles County superior courthouse Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2005, in Burbank, Calif. Brando, the son of the late Marlon Brando, was sued by his ex-wife and his stepdaughter alleging he often abused and threatened to kill them, their attorney said Thursday, Dec. 29, 2005. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File)AP - Christian Brando, son of late actor Marlon Brando, was sued by his ex-wife and his stepdaughter, who alleged he abused and threatened to kill them, their attorney said Thursday.


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Two Arrested in Anthony-Lopez Video Case (AP)
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony perform 'Escapemonos' at the 47th Annual Grammy Awards Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Two men have been arrested for trying to sell Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez's stolen wedding video back to the couple for $1 million, authorities said.


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Carey Takes Lead for Best-Selling Album (AP)
Singer Mariah Carey smiles on stage during the Grammy Awards nominations news conference in this Thursday, Dec. 8, 2005 file photo in New York. With the 2005 finish line in sight, Mariah Carey has inched past 50 Cent in the race for the year's best-selling album.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen, file)AP - With the 2005 finish line in sight, Mariah Carey has inched past 50 Cent in the race for the year's best-selling album.


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Report: 'Sopranos' Actor Says He's Sorry (AP)
Lillo Brancato, Jr. is shown in a Feb. 2005 photo in New York. The actor, accused in the slaying of an off-duty police officer, said in a jailhouse interview he's sorry and didn't know his alleged burglary accomplice was carrying a gun. (AP Photo/David Greene)AP - A young "Sopranos" actor accused in the slaying of an off-duty police officer said in a jailhouse interview he's sorry and didn't know his alleged burglary accomplice was carrying a gun.


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Broadway on track for record year (Reuters)
The cast of 'Monty Python's Spamalot' performs at Radio City Music Hall in New York, June 5, 2005. Flush with the success of such musicals as 'Spamalot' and 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,' Broadway will close the books on 2005 with its biggest box office take for a calendar year. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - It's been a good year for the Great White Way.


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ANALYSIS: Half-baked Web sites set bad tone for films (Reuters)
Reuters - It's far too early to write any obituaries for "King Kong."

Rolling Stones, U2 Drive Concert Revenues (AP)
AP - Powerhouse tours by the Rolling Stones, U2 and Paul McCartney helped drive concert ticket revenues in North America to a record $3.1 billion in 2005, even as the number of tickets sold declined for the third year in row.

'O.C.' star bites on vampire project at NBC (Reuters)
Reuters - "The O.C." star Adam Brody is going behind the camera with plans to develop an NBC drama that centers on a rookie cop who joins a special unit of the LAPD that tracks the vampire population.

Google Founders Help Finance Indie Film (AP)
AP - Google Inc. co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page are making their first foray into the movie business, helping to finance a friend's independent film.

"Mooooosical" Allegory 'Book of the Dun Cow' Gets NYC Premiere in February (Playbill)
Playbill - Off-Off-Broadway's Prospect Theater Company will present the new family-friendly musical, The Book of the Dun Cow, with book and lyrics by Mark St. Germain and music and lyrics by Randy Courts, Feb. 4-26, 2006.

ANALYSIS: Half-baked Web sites set bad tone for films (Reuters)
Reuters - It's far too early to write any obituaries for "King Kong."

Scorsese, Metallica DVDs among top picks of 2005 (Reuters)
Reuters - The future belongs to high-def discs, but the original DVD format had plenty of punch left in 2005.

Depp, Jolie, Pitt top movie Web site's searches (Reuters)
Reuters - Capt. Jack Sparrow has captured the regatta again.

Studios stumble through a tough year (Reuters)
Reuters - Ask any Hollywood studio executive whether 2005 was a good year and you'll get an emphatic no. That's because the major studios are under severe duress and they know it.

Clash of King Kong, Narnia enters 3rd weekend (Reuters)
Reuters - The four-day New Year's holiday weekend should look similar to the Christmas session just passed as nary a wide release will enter the marketplace.

'X-Men 3' has another villain in Melancon (Reuters)
Reuters - The evil mutant assassin Psylocke has joined the lineup of "X-Men 3," the latest installment of the Marvel superhero franchise.

Marlon Brando's Son Sued by Ex-Wife (AP)
Christian Brando is photographed outside the Los Angeles County superior courthouse Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2005, in Burbank, Calif. Brando, the son of the late Marlon Brando, was sued by his ex-wife and his stepdaughter alleging he often abused and threatened to kill them, their attorney said Thursday, Dec. 29, 2005. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File)AP - Christian Brando, son of late actor Marlon Brando, was sued by his ex-wife and his stepdaughter, who alleged he abused and threatened to kill them, their attorney said Thursday.


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Google Founders Help Finance Indie Film (AP)
AP - Google Inc. co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page are making their first foray into the movie business, helping to finance a friend's independent film.

Czech Supermodel Wants to Film Life Story (AP)
Czech Republic's supermodel Eva Herzigova walks down a runway in Milan, Italy, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005. Herzigova says she wants to direct a movie about her Cinderella-like life, a Hong Kong magazine reported in its January issue. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)AP - Eva Herzigova says she wants to direct a movie about her Cinderella-like life, a Hong Kong magazine reports in its January issue.


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Oscar Nominating Ballots Mailed Out (AP)
AP - Nominating ballots for the best picture Oscar were being mailed to the 5,798 voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Rolling Stones, U2 Drive Concert Revenues (AP)
AP - Powerhouse tours by the Rolling Stones, U2 and Paul McCartney helped drive concert ticket revenues in North America to a record $3.1 billion in 2005, even as the number of tickets sold declined for the third year in row.

Rolling Stones, U2 tours hottest tickets of 2005 (Reuters)
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards (R), frontman Mick Jagger (C) and guitarist Ron Wood (L) perform 'Jumpin' Jack Flash' during the band's 'A Bigger Bang World Tour' at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, California November 6, 2005. The Rolling Stones smashed their own 11-year-old record for the highest-grossing North American concert tour of all time in 2005, helping lift overall ticket sales to a new high, trade publication Pollstar said on Thursday. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)Reuters - The Rolling Stones smashed their own 11-year-old record for the highest-grossing North American concert tour of all time in 2005, helping lift overall ticket sales to a new high, trade publication Pollstar said on Thursday.


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Two Arrested in Anthony-Lopez Video Case (AP)
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony perform 'Escapemonos' at the 47th Annual Grammy Awards Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Two men have been arrested for trying to sell Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez's stolen wedding video back to the couple for $1 million, authorities said.


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Mariah Carey No. 1 again on singles chart (Reuters)
Mariah Carey reacts to being nominated for eight Grammy awards in New York December 8, 2005. Mariah Carey's 'Don't Forget About Us' led the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for a second week Thursday, while rookie R and B singer Chris Brown's former chart-topper 'Run It' held at No. 2. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - Mariah Carey's "Don't Forget About Us" led the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for a second week Thursday, while rookie R&B singer Chris Brown's former chart-topper "Run It" held at No. 2.


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J.Lo Extortion Plot Thwarted (E! Online)
Her love may not cost a thing, but her wedding video nearly set 
 J.Lo back big time.E! Online - Her love may not cost a thing, but her wedding video nearly set J.Lo back big time.


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Carey Takes Lead for Best-Selling Album (AP)
Singer Mariah Carey smiles on stage during the Grammy Awards nominations news conference in this Thursday, Dec. 8, 2005 file photo in New York. With the 2005 finish line in sight, Mariah Carey has inched past 50 Cent in the race for the year's best-selling album.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen, file)AP - With the 2005 finish line in sight, Mariah Carey has inched past 50 Cent in the race for the year's best-selling album.


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The Duo Seeks Out the 'Great Accident' (AP)
This publicity photo, released by the Benevento/Russo Duo, shows the group during their performance at the Borgata Music Box in Atlantic, City, N. J., Dec. 26, 2005,  featuring Marco Benevento, left, on keyboards and Joe Russo, far right, on drums. Mike Gordon joined them on bass. (AP Photo/Benevento/Russo Duo,  Michael Didonna)AP - This is a town built on chance, and that suits Marco Benevento and Joe Russo just fine.


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Marsalis, City Workers to Drop Ball in NYC (AP)
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, left on the front row, is joined by musician Wynton Marsalis, right on the front row, and city workers, all in the second row, who will be joining the mayor in pushing the button to signal the lowering of the New Year's eve ball, during a news conference in New York, Thursday, December 29, 2005.  Joining the mayor in ringing in the new year will be Virginia Mewborn, left, Office of Emergency Management, Deputy Warden Emmanuel Bailey, center, Department of Correction, and Assistant Chief Michael Weinlein, right, Fire Department.  (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)AP - Workers from city agencies that joined in the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, along with New Orleans jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, will serve as the guests of honor at the annual New Year's Eve bash in Times Square.


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Canadian politicians urged to curb file-swapping (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian music labels Wednesday called for tougher laws against illegal Internet music downloading in an appeal to politicians at midpoint of a federal election campaign.

Blige Breaks Through, Bests Foxx, B.I.G. (E! Online)
The 
 queen of hip-hop soul easily held off strong challenges from Jamie Foxx 
 and Notorious B.I.G. to lead the Christmas album chart.E! Online - The queen of hip-hop soul easily held off strong challenges from Jamie Foxx and Notorious B.I.G. to lead the Christmas album chart.


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