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Actor De Angelis of 'The Wire' Dies at 73 (AP)
AP - Actor and comedian Richard De Angelis, who played Baltimore police Col. Raymond Foerster on the HBO crime drama "The Wire," has died. He was 73.

Mortimer Calls 'Pink Panther' Role Tough (AP)
Actress Emily Mortimer arrives for the British Premiere of her latest film, Match Point, directed by Woody Allen in London, in this file photo from Dec. 18, 2005. (AP Photo/ Max Nash,File)AP - Emily Mortimer said her role in the upcoming comedy "The Pink Panther" was harder to play than the happy character in the dark drama "Match Point."


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Bono Seeks to Balance Charitable Work, U2 (AP)
U2 lead singer Bono poses for the photographers during the band's concert in Montreal on November 26, 2005. (CP/Francois Roy)AP - Bono said he feared his commitment to campaigning against poverty would force him out of his band, U2.


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Dick Clark Returns to TV to Mark New Year (AP)
This photo provided by ABC Jan. 1, 2006 shows Dick Clark _ the personality who's been ringing in the New Year for decades making his first television appearance since a stroke in late 2004 Saturday Dec. 31, 2005 during ABC's broadcast of the festivities in New York's Times Square to ring in the New Year 2006. Clark sounded hoarse and occasionally was hard to understand, but he said, 'I wouldn't have missed this for the world.' (AP Photo/ABC News)AP - There was more to celebrate than the ball dropping in Times Square for Dick Clark — the personality who's been ringing in the New Year for decades made his first television appearance since a stroke in late 2004.


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Diversity marks Grammy-nominated albums (Reuters)
Kanye West performs as part of the NFL Opening Kickoff at the Coliseum in Los Angeles, September 8, 2005. West offers up fresh, socially conscious rap. (Jim Ruymen/Reuters)Reuters - A comeback story, a living legend, an established frontwoman making her solo debut, the world's biggest rock band and an opinionated rapper recorded the projects that make up a diverse album-of-the-year slate for the 2006 Grammy Awards.


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Mortimer Calls 'Pink Panther' Role Tough (AP)
Actress Emily Mortimer arrives for the British Premiere of her latest film, Match Point, directed by Woody Allen in London, in this file photo from Dec. 18, 2005. (AP Photo/ Max Nash,File)AP - Emily Mortimer said her role in the upcoming comedy "The Pink Panther" was harder to play than the happy character in the dark drama "Match Point."


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Bono Seeks to Balance Charitable Work, U2 (AP)
U2 lead singer Bono poses for the photographers during the band's concert in Montreal on November 26, 2005. (CP/Francois Roy)AP - Bono said he feared his commitment to campaigning against poverty would force him out of his band, U2.


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ABC Officially Entering Post-Jennings Era (AP)
An undated publicity photograph released December 5, 2005 shows Elizabeth Vargas and Bob Woodruff who have been named co-anchors of the expanded version of the ABC television network's newscast 'World News Tonight' beginning January 3, 2006. REUTERS/Jeff Neira/ABC/HandoutAP - When the post-Peter Jennings era officially begins on ABC's "World News Tonight" Tuesday, co-anchors Elizabeth Vargas and Bob Woodruff will be on different sides of the world instead of different sides of a desk.


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Dish Network Ends Lifetime Programming (AP)
AP - Dish Network customers stopped receiving two Lifetime Television channels Sunday after the company and Dish parent EchoStar Communications Corp. were unable to reach terms on a new contract.

Cirque du Soleil takes arena bow with 'Delirium' (Reuters)
Reuters - Cirque du Soleil is taking its artistry out from under the big top for "Delirium."

Mortimer Calls 'Pink Panther' Role Tough (AP)
Actress Emily Mortimer arrives for the British Premiere of her latest film, Match Point, directed by Woody Allen in London, in this file photo from Dec. 18, 2005. (AP Photo/ Max Nash,File)AP - Emily Mortimer said her role in the upcoming comedy "The Pink Panther" was harder to play than the happy character in the dark drama "Match Point."


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'Old School' Actor Cranshaw Dies at 86 (AP)
AP - Patrick Cranshaw, who achieved cult-like status as fraternity brother "Blue" in the 2003 comedy "Old School," has died. He was 86.

Lane Film Shooting in Miss. River Town (AP)
Diane Lane arrives for the 76th annual Academy Awards in this Feb. 29, 2004 file photo in Los Angeles.  (AP Photo/Laura Rauch, File)AP - Residents of this Mississippi River city are getting a chance to appear in a movie starring Diane Lane, Johnny Knoxville and Mickey Rourke.


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It's all in the family for DVD business (Reuters)
(L to R) Lifesize characters Frozone, Elastigirl, and Mr. Incredible, from the new Pixar Animation Studios film 'The Incredibles' strike a superhero pose for photographers, at the film's premiere in Hollywood, October 24, 2004. Family entertainment reigns supreme on the 2005 year-end home video charts. The widescreen edition of 'The Incredibles' (Walt Disney Home Entertainment/Buena Vista Home Entertainment) earns the No. 1 position on the Top DVD Sales Titles year-end chart, and the top 10 also includes six other family-oriented titles. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Family entertainment reigns supreme on the 2005 year-end home video charts.


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Studios stumble through a tough year (Reuters)
Director Peter Jackson (L) with actor Jack Black on the set of his film 'King Kong.' The summer slump was supposed to be counteracted by the year-end studio juggernauts 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' and 'King Kong.' But 2005 box office still declined from that of 2004 by more than 5%. (Pierre Vinet/Universal Pictures/Handout/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.


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African-American Critics Honor 'Crash' (AP)
AP - "Crash," the Los Angeles ensemble drama about the prejudices of intersecting characters, has been selected as the top film of the year by the African-American Film Critics Association.

ANALYSIS: Half-baked Web sites set bad tone for films (Reuters)
Director Peter Jackson (C) poses with the cast of 'King Kong' Adrian Brody (L), Naomi Watts (2nd L), Jack Black (2nd R) and Andy Serkis in front of a large King Kong in Times Square in New York December 5, 2005. As of Tuesday, the end of its first two weeks in release, Jackson's remake had amassed $128 million in the U.S. and $153.6 million internationally, for a combined worldwide haul of $282.1 million. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)Reuters - It's far too early to write any obituaries for "King Kong."


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Google Founders Help Fund Classmate's 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.

Entertainment 2005: What Might Have Been (AP)
Tom Cruise embraces fiancee Katie Holmes during the red-carpet arrivals for the United States premiere of Steven Spielberg's movie War of the Worlds, in New York, in a Thursday, June 23, 2005 photo.  (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson, File)AP - It may not have been evident at the time, but when Tom Cruise was leaping up and down on Oprah Winfrey's couch, he was like a piston, churning the wheels of fate.


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Rhys Meyers downplays luck in rising career (Reuters)
Actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers arrives at the 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, in this September 18, 2005 file photo. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)Reuters - Rhys Meyers, who stars in Woody Allen's movie that explores the nature of luck, "Match Point," believes it comes to those who seize opportunity. Those who wait, lose their chance.


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Bono Seeks to Balance Charitable Work, U2 (AP)
U2 lead singer Bono poses for the photographers during the band's concert in Montreal on November 26, 2005. (CP/Francois Roy)AP - Bono said he feared his commitment to campaigning against poverty would force him out of his band, U2.


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New York Philharmonic Rings in New Year (AP)
In this image provided by the New York Philharmonic, soprano Angela Gheorghiu performs during the New Year's Eve concert on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2005 at Avery Fisher Hall. (AP Photo/New York Philharmonic, Michael DiVito)AP - This international New Year's feast involved 3,000 red roses, a few hundred feet of aircraft cable and a sublime human voice.


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Arlo Guthrie Becomes Hurricane Troubadour (AP)
Singer Arlo Guthrie waits backstage on Jackson Square in front of St. Louis Cathedral as he waits to do a sound check in New Orleans La., Saturday Dec. 31, 2005.  Guthrie, who has been active in musician relief, will perform for Saturday's New Year's Celebration in the city.  (AP Photo/Steve Helber)AP - Legendary folk singer Arlo Guthrie is becoming the troubadour of Hurricane Katrina.


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Rapper Trice Shot While Driving in Detroit (AP)
AP - Obie Trice, a protege of Eminem, was shot early Saturday while driving on a city highway, police said.

Town Relocates Johnny Cash's Train Depot (AP)
Singer-songwriter Johnny Cash is shown in New York in this June 3, 1994 file photo.  If Cash were alive, he might write a song about the plight of the old train depot he bought more than 25 years ago. The Amqui Station between the Louisville & Nashville Railroad tracks in Madison was vacant and close to demolition when Cash bought it in 1979 and moved it a few miles northeast to his property in Hendersonville. After the singer's death in 2003, Halo Properties purchased the depot and is now donating it back to Madison, where community leaders want to use it as a museum and, if they can secure the land, as part of a planned commuter rail system for Nashville and its suburbs.    (AP Photo/Jim Cooper, File)AP - If Johnny Cash were still alive, he might write a song about the plight of the old train depot he bought more than 25 years ago.


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Tom Jones Receives Knighthood From Britain (AP)
Among more famous names in the queen's New Year Honours list, handed out by the monarch but chosen in fact by government ministers and officials, is veteran Welsh singer Tom Jones, who now becomes Sir Tom, pictured here in a file photo from 2002(AFP/POOL/File)AP - What's new, Pussycat? It's Sir Tom Jones now. The big-voiced singer from Wales was among the new knights of the realm in the New Year list of honors announced Saturday. Jones, 65, joins a group of previous pop-rock knights including Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Cliff Richard, Sir Mick Jagger, Sir Elton John and Sir George Martin, The Beatles producer.


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Murder Charges Against Rapper Dropped (AP)
Rapper Gucci Mane leaves the DeKalb County Jail with his attorney Dennis Scheib, left, after he negotiated a $100,000 bond in Decatur, Ga. in this Tuesday, May 24, 2005 file photo. Murder charges against  Mane were dropped on Friday.   DeKalb County prosecutors said their was a lack of evidence to try Mane, whose real name is Radric Davis, for murder in the shooting death of Henry Lee Clark III, a Macon rapper, on May 10.  (AP Photo/Ric Feld)AP - Prosecutors dropped murder charges against rapper Gucci Mane on Friday, saying they did not have enough evidence to try him in the slaying of another rapper.


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Rolling Stones and U2 tours hottest tickets of 2005 (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.

A guide to New Year's Eve concerts (Reuters)
The Times Square New Year's Eve ball lights up during a test drop in New York December 30, 2005. The Times Square New Year's Eve ball lights up during a test drop in New York December 30, 2005. At best, New Year's Eve is not only a time to celebrate another year passing, but also a time to see great music. New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas will be hosting the biggest names in pop and rock, and there are a slew of acts taking to stages around America to welcome in 2006. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - At best, New Year's Eve is not only a time to celebrate another year passing, but also a time to see great music. New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas will be hosting the biggest names in pop and rock, and there are a slew of acts taking to stages around America to welcome in 2006.


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Jamie Foxx to Ring in 2006 in South Beach (AP)
AP - Jamie Foxx will spend New Year's Eve at a swanky South Beach hotel performing songs off his newly released album.

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