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Utah Theater Cancels 'Brokeback Mountain' (AP)
This undated promotional photo shows actors Heath Ledger, left, and Jake Gyllenhaal in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain.' A movie theater, owned by auto magnate and Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller, abruptly changed its screening plans Thursday Jan. 5, 2006, pulling a plan to show the R-rated Western gay romance story. The film was supposed to open Friday at the theatre, but was pulled from the schedule.(AP Photo/Focus Features, Kimberly French)AP - A movie theater owned by Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller abruptly changed its screening plans and decided not to show the film "Brokeback Mountain." The film, an R-rated Western gay romance story, was supposed to open Friday at the Megaplex at Jordan Commons in Sandy, a suburb of Salt Lake City. Instead it was pulled from the schedule.


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'Hostel' Terrorizes Box Office Rivals (AP)
(From L-R) U.S. film director Eli Roth, U.S. producer Quentin Tarantino and actress Barbara Nedeljakova smile during a photo call for the movie 'Hostel' at the 38rd edition of the Sitge's Film International Festival of Catalonia, October 13, 2005. The low-budget horror film 'Hostel' was the top choice at the weekend box office in North America, selling $20.1 million worth of tickets in its first three days, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday. REUTERS/Gustau NacarinoAP - The weekend box office was sheer torture as the bloody "Hostel," a tale of buddies who stumble into a den of violent depravity, debuted at No. 1 with $20.1 million.


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Belafonte Calls Bush 'Greatest Terrorist' (AP)
In this photo released by Venezuela's  Miraflores Press, American singer and activist Harry Belafonte speaks as Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez looks on during Chavez's weekly television and radio program in El Consejo in Venezuela's Aragua state, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2006. Belafonte called U.S. President George W. Bush a 'terrorist' while warmly praising Chavez and criticizing a U.S. press that he said has ignored the achievements of his socialist programs. (AP Photo/Miraflores Press, Marelo Garcia)AP - The American singer and activist Harry Belafonte called President Bush "the greatest terrorist in the world" on Sunday and said millions of Americans support the socialist revolution of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.


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Many Ready to Spar With Bill O'Reilly (AP)
Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly poses on the roof of the Fox building in New York. (CPimages/ AP Photo/Jim Copper)AP - If Bill O'Reilly truly loves a good fight, then he's had quite a week. The Fox News Channel personality's confrontation with David Letterman Tuesday night made for some gripping television. The cranky "Late Show" host told his guest: "I have the feeling about 60 percent of what you say is crap."


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NBC, Chevy meshing gears for Olympics mini-movie (Reuters)
Work on a privately run train linking Beijing's airport and the city centre will be begin this month and be ready in time for the 2008 Olympics, state press reports.(AFP/File/Frederic Brown)Reuters - NBC and Olympic sponsor Chevrolet have produced a "mini-movie" that will promote the network's coverage of the upcoming Torino Winter Games while integrating Chevy vehicles.


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Utah Theater Cancels 'Brokeback Mountain' (AP)
This undated promotional photo shows actors Heath Ledger, left, and Jake Gyllenhaal in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain.' A movie theater, owned by auto magnate and Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller, abruptly changed its screening plans Thursday Jan. 5, 2006, pulling a plan to show the R-rated Western gay romance story. The film was supposed to open Friday at the theatre, but was pulled from the schedule.(AP Photo/Focus Features, Kimberly French)AP - A movie theater owned by Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller abruptly changed its screening plans and decided not to show the film "Brokeback Mountain." The film, an R-rated Western gay romance story, was supposed to open Friday at the Megaplex at Jordan Commons in Sandy, a suburb of Salt Lake City. Instead it was pulled from the schedule.


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Belafonte Calls Bush 'Greatest Terrorist' (AP)
In this photo released by Venezuela's  Miraflores Press, American singer and activist Harry Belafonte speaks as Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez looks on during Chavez's weekly television and radio program in El Consejo in Venezuela's Aragua state, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2006. Belafonte called U.S. President George W. Bush a 'terrorist' while warmly praising Chavez and criticizing a U.S. press that he said has ignored the achievements of his socialist programs. (AP Photo/Miraflores Press, Marelo Garcia)AP - The American singer and activist Harry Belafonte called President Bush "the greatest terrorist in the world" on Sunday and said millions of Americans support the socialist revolution of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.


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NBC, Chevy meshing gears for Olympics mini-movie (Reuters)
Work on a privately run train linking Beijing's airport and the city centre will be begin this month and be ready in time for the 2008 Olympics, state press reports.(AFP/File/Frederic Brown)Reuters - NBC and Olympic sponsor Chevrolet have produced a "mini-movie" that will promote the network's coverage of the upcoming Torino Winter Games while integrating Chevy vehicles.


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Utah Theater Cancels 'Brokeback Mountain' (AP)
This undated promotional photo shows actors Heath Ledger, left, and Jake Gyllenhaal in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain.' A movie theater, owned by auto magnate and Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller, abruptly changed its screening plans Thursday Jan. 5, 2006, pulling a plan to show the R-rated Western gay romance story. The film was supposed to open Friday at the theatre, but was pulled from the schedule.(AP Photo/Focus Features, Kimberly French)AP - A movie theater owned by Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller abruptly changed its screening plans and decided not to show the film "Brokeback Mountain." The film, an R-rated Western gay romance story, was supposed to open Friday at the Megaplex at Jordan Commons in Sandy, a suburb of Salt Lake City. Instead it was pulled from the schedule.


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'Phantom of the Opera' to set Broadway record (Reuters)
British composer and producer Andrew Lloyd Webber arrives for the German movie premiere of 'Das Phantom der Oper' based on the musical in Munich in this December 8, 2004 file photo. The romantic melodrama set to lush music by Webber captures the title of longest-running show in Broadway history when the curtain goes up for performance No. 7,486 on Monday night. Photo taken December 8, 2004. (Michaela Rehle/Files/Reuters)Reuters - "The Phantom of the Opera" strikes yet again.


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Utah Theater Cancels 'Brokeback Mountain' (AP)
This undated promotional photo shows actors Heath Ledger, left, and Jake Gyllenhaal in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain.' A movie theater, owned by auto magnate and Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller, abruptly changed its screening plans Thursday Jan. 5, 2006, pulling a plan to show the R-rated Western gay romance story. The film was supposed to open Friday at the theatre, but was pulled from the schedule.(AP Photo/Focus Features, Kimberly French)AP - A movie theater owned by Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller abruptly changed its screening plans and decided not to show the film "Brokeback Mountain." The film, an R-rated Western gay romance story, was supposed to open Friday at the Megaplex at Jordan Commons in Sandy, a suburb of Salt Lake City. Instead it was pulled from the schedule.


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Stars head Sundance's Music Cafe menu (Reuters)
Reuters - Rufus Wainwright, Bruce Hornsby, Michael Penn and Savage Garden alumnus Darren Hayes will form part of the musical lineup at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah (January 20-28).

'Hostel' Terrorizes Box Office Rivals (AP)
(From L-R) U.S. film director Eli Roth, U.S. producer Quentin Tarantino and actress Barbara Nedeljakova smile during a photo call for the movie 'Hostel' at the 38rd edition of the Sitge's Film International Festival of Catalonia, October 13, 2005. The low-budget horror film 'Hostel' was the top choice at the weekend box office in North America, selling $20.1 million worth of tickets in its first three days, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday. REUTERS/Gustau NacarinoAP - The weekend box office was sheer torture as the bloody "Hostel," a tale of buddies who stumble into a den of violent depravity, debuted at No. 1 with $20.1 million.


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A "Hostel" Takeover at Box Office (E! Online)
E! Online - The lion and the ape couldn't make it out of the Hostel alive.

GLAAD Mad at Shalit's "Brokeback" Breakdown (E! Online)
For the most part, the critics agree that Brokeback 
 Mountain is one of the year's most commendable films.E! Online - For the most part, the critics agree that Brokeback Mountain is one of the year's most commendable films.


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Albert Brooks Pleased With UAE Premiere (AP)
Albert Brooks, right, and Michael Douglas, center, stars of the new version of 'The In-Laws,' share a laugh as Douglas' wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, reaches to hug Brooks before a screening of the film Monday, May 19, 2003, in Los Angeles. Brooks says he wasn't looking to bring world peace, he was doing just what his new film's title said: 'Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World.' (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Albert Brooks says he wasn't looking to bring world peace, he was doing just what his new film's title said: "Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World."


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Horror film in "Hostel" takeover at box office (Reuters)
(From L-R) U.S. film director Eli Roth, U.S. producer Quentin Tarantino and actress Barbara Nedeljakova smile during a photo call for the movie 'Hostel' at the 38rd edition of the Sitge's Film International Festival of Catalonia, October 13, 2005. The low-budget horror film 'Hostel' was the top choice at the weekend box office in North America, selling $20.1 million worth of tickets in its first three days, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday. (Gustau Nacarino/Reuters)Reuters - Nothing like a torture movie to shake off festive spirits.


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Porn stars strut their stuff at awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Cameras whirred and fans pressed 10 deep against a velvet rope in Las Vegas to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars sashaying into one of the first entertainment awards shows of the year.

The top movies at the North American box office (Reuters)
Reuters - Following are the top 10 movies at the North American box office, led by the newly released horror film "Hostel," according to studio estimates collected on Sunday by Reuters. Final data will be issued on Monday.

Paramount may sell DreamWorks library to Soros: WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Paramount Pictures may sell the film library of DreamWorks to a private-equity fund headed by legendary investor George Soros to help finance its acquisition of that movie studio, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Belafonte Calls Bush 'Greatest Terrorist' (AP)
In this photo released by Venezuela's  Miraflores Press, American singer and activist Harry Belafonte speaks as Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez looks on during Chavez's weekly television and radio program in El Consejo in Venezuela's Aragua state, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2006. Belafonte called U.S. President George W. Bush a 'terrorist' while warmly praising Chavez and criticizing a U.S. press that he said has ignored the achievements of his socialist programs. (AP Photo/Miraflores Press, Marelo Garcia)AP - The American singer and activist Harry Belafonte called President Bush "the greatest terrorist in the world" on Sunday and said millions of Americans support the socialist revolution of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.


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Stars head Sundance's Music Cafe menu (Reuters)
Reuters - Rufus Wainwright, Bruce Hornsby, Michael Penn and Savage Garden alumnus Darren Hayes will form part of the musical lineup at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah (January 20-28).

Billy Joel's still got a way about him (Reuters)
Reuters - Conceding that 1990s MTV probably wouldn't have much use for a paunchy, middle-aged tunesmith, Billy Joel wisely capped a sturdy 20-year chart run by announcing more than a decade ago that he was done with hit-radio, record-label politics -- and big tours.

Nice Day for a Pink Wedding (E! Online)
The pop-punk princess  took the marital plunge Saturday, swapping vows 
 with her fiancé, the motocross-racing, Surreal Life-starring 
 Carey Hart, at a seaside, sunset ceremony in Costa RicaE! Online - The pop-punk princess took the marital plunge Saturday, swapping vows with her fiancé, the motocross-racing, Surreal Life-starring Carey Hart, at a seaside, sunset ceremony in Costa Rica


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'Ethiopian Idols' Offers Hope Amid Poverty (AP)
Singer Medina Mohammed, from Ethiopias remote Afar region, performs on Ethiopian Idols, the countrys very own and first ever version of the global phenomenon Pop Idol, Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006 as a cameraman film the event in the capital Addis Ababa. Ethiopia's version of Pop Idol is a far cry from the glamour and glitz of its British and U.S. inspirations. Ethiopian Idols cannot promise such riches or fame, but it offers hope in a country where most of the 77 million people cannot even afford a TV set of their own to watch the program. (AP Photo/Anthony Mitchell)AP - "Ethiopian Idols" is a far cry from the glamour and glitz of its U.S. and British inspirations.


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Service Held After Chicago Church Fire (AP)
Members of Pilgrim Baptist Church sing and pray during church service at Rainbow Push Coalition, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2006, in Chicago. The landmark South Side church where Mahalia Jackson and other gospel royalty often sang during the 20th century was destroyed by a massive fire on Friday. (AP Photo/Joshua Lott)AP - The majestic vaulted ceilings, amazing acoustics and ornamental designs are gone. But the voices that once filled the sanctuary at the 115-year-old Pilgrim Baptist Church sang out Sunday, pledging to rebuild after fire destroyed the birthplace of gospel music.


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No Bids for Love Home at Foreclosure Sale (AP)
Courtney Love is escorted from the courthouse after appearing in Los Angeles County Superior Court in this Friday, Nov. 18, 2005 file photo, in downtown Los Angeles. Love lost the historic bungalow she bought in the late 1990s to a Los Angeles mortgage company after a foreclosure auction generated no bids. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, FILE)AP - Courtney Love lost the historic bungalow she bought in the late 1990s to a Los Angeles mortgage company after a foreclosure auction generated no bids.


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Probe into authenticity of Mozart skull inconclusive (Reuters)
Reuters - Forensic scientists were unable to say if a skull kept in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's home town of Salzburg is indeed that of the composer born 250 years ago, Austrian television said on Sunday.

Mystery of 'Mozart's Skull' Still Unsolved (AP)
The alleged skull of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is displayed in this undated photo released by Austrian State Television ORF. A documentary airing on Austrian television on Sunday night, Jan. 8, 2006, claims to solve a century-old mystery over whether an ancient skull long held by researchers in Salzburg belonged to Mozart. (AP Photo/ORF, Ralph I. Lorberg, HO)AP - It's a Mozart mystery as haunting as his "Requiem" — and apparently it won't be solved any time soon.


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Hollywood ending near for Australian singer Sia (Reuters)
Reuters - Just a few months ago, Australian singer/songwriter Sia feared her second full-length album would never see an official U.S. release.

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