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'Narnia' Topples 'King Kong' at Box Office (AP)
'King Kong' and 'Narnia' have been trading places in the top two box office positions for the past two weeks, with 'Narnia' taking the lead during several midweek sessions and 'Kong' capturing key weekend days. REUTERS/PRNewsFotoAP - "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" snatched the box office crown from "King Kong" during another fierce four-day holiday battle for the top spot.


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Lorraine Bracco Sticks to Real Estate (AP)
In this file photo supplied by HBO, actress Lorraine Bracco poses during a party celebrating the launch of a DVD which features the complete 5th season of 'The Sopranos', in this June 6, 2005, file photo. Bracco keeps a simple strategy when it comes in investing: She sticks to real estate. Bracco said she has never bought a stock in her life and doesn't understand it. But real estate 'is like porn for me.' 'Listen, if I am going to get in a cab to go home, and I see a sign for an open house, I will go in. I like real estate because I am the boss,' she said in the New York Times printed Sunday, Jan. 1, 2006. (AP Photo/HBO, Dave Allocca, file)AP - Lorraine Bracco keeps a simple strategy when it comes in investing: She sticks to real estate.


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Dench Doesn't Read Plays for Pleasure (AP)
Actress Judi Dench arrives at the 73rd annual Academy Awards Sunday, March 25, 2001, in Los Angeles. Dench says she is no intellectual and never reads plays, just doing them 'because someone asked me to.'  'I've gotten myself into real trouble by saying yes to a play, then going to the first reading and realizing, `This is a bummer!'' the actress said in the Jan. 9, 2006 issue of Newsweek. (AP Photo/Kim D. Johnson, file)AP - Judi Dench says she is no intellectual and never reads plays, just doing them "because someone asked me to."


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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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Winstone makes the cut in 'Sweeney Todd' (Reuters)
Reuters - Ray Winstone brings Sweeney Todd, the mythical demon barber of Fleet Street made famous in Stephen Sondheim's 1979 Broadway musical, vividly and scarily to life in a memorable new BBC horror film.

'Narnia' Topples 'King Kong' at Box Office (AP)
'King Kong' and 'Narnia' have been trading places in the top two box office positions for the past two weeks, with 'Narnia' taking the lead during several midweek sessions and 'Kong' capturing key weekend days. REUTERS/PRNewsFotoAP - "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" snatched the box office crown from "King Kong" during another fierce four-day holiday battle for the top spot.


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South Africa lures music stars (Reuters)
British pop musician Robbie Williams performs during the German TV-Show 'Wetten Dass' in Dusseldorf, western Germany December 10, 2005. (Frank Augstein/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - More than a decade after the end of the apartheid era, when many acts shunned South Africa, the country is becoming a key destination for many international performers.


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Winstone makes the cut in 'Sweeney Todd' (Reuters)
Reuters - Ray Winstone brings Sweeney Todd, the mythical demon barber of Fleet Street made famous in Stephen Sondheim's 1979 Broadway musical, vividly and scarily to life in a memorable new BBC horror film.

Disney applies ESPN model to broadband strategy (Reuters)
Reuters - For years ESPN has thrived as one of the most lucrative franchises on U.S. cable TV, commanding high license fees for the loyal viewers who expect to see the sports network in their basic subscription packages.

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."

'Narnia' Topples 'King Kong' at Box Office (AP)
'King Kong' and 'Narnia' have been trading places in the top two box office positions for the past two weeks, with 'Narnia' taking the lead during several midweek sessions and 'Kong' capturing key weekend days. REUTERS/PRNewsFotoAP - "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" snatched the box office crown from "King Kong" during another fierce four-day holiday battle for the top spot.


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"Narnia" Usurps "King" (E! Online)
The Chronicles of Narnia rang in the New Year by ringing 
 out the big ape.E! Online - The Chronicles of Narnia rang in the New Year by ringing out the big ape.


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'Lion' topples 'King Kong' at New Year box office (Reuters)
Reuters - The family fantasy "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" returned to the top of the North American box office during the New Year holiday weekend, ending the two-week reign of "King Kong," according to studio estimates issued on Monday.

Dench Doesn't Read Plays for Pleasure (AP)
Actress Judi Dench arrives at the 73rd annual Academy Awards Sunday, March 25, 2001, in Los Angeles. Dench says she is no intellectual and never reads plays, just doing them 'because someone asked me to.'  'I've gotten myself into real trouble by saying yes to a play, then going to the first reading and realizing, `This is a bummer!'' the actress said in the Jan. 9, 2006 issue of Newsweek. (AP Photo/Kim D. Johnson, file)AP - Judi Dench says she is no intellectual and never reads plays, just doing them "because someone asked me to."


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'Prairie Home Companion' to Open Film Fest (AP)
AP - "A Prairie Home Companion," director Robert Altman's screen adaptation of the longtime Garrison Keillor radio program, will open this year's South by Southwest film festival in Austin, Texas.

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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South Africa lures music stars (Reuters)
British pop musician Robbie Williams performs during the German TV-Show 'Wetten Dass' in Dusseldorf, western Germany December 10, 2005. (Frank Augstein/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - More than a decade after the end of the apartheid era, when many acts shunned South Africa, the country is becoming a key destination for many international performers.


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Rising music stars to watch in 2006 (Reuters)
Reuters - You read it here first. These 10 faces to watch represent Billboard's picks for 2006. They either have a highly anticipated debut album ready to come out in the first quarter or have been under-the-radar and are expected to explode at any moment.

Christian, gospel labels pray for strong new acts (Reuters)
Reuters - The overall music industry decline in 2005 did not spare the Christian and gospel labels, whose prayers for a banner year were unanswered.

Billboard album reviews: Notorious B.I.G., Foxx. (Reuters)
Reuters - NEW YORK (Billboard) - This tribute highlights slain rapper the Notorious B.

Stones Roll Over Concert Competition (E! Online)
Mick and the boys will surely get some satisfaction out of this.E! Online - Mick and the boys will surely get some satisfaction out of this.


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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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