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'Brokeback Mountain' Wins Critics' Awards (AP)
Philip Seymour Hoffman accepts the award for best actor, for his work in the film 'Capote,' at the 11th Annual Critics' Choice Awards in Santa Monica, Calif., Monday, Jan. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - "Brokeback Mountain" won a leading three awards, including best picture and best director for Ang Lee, but it was Philip Seymour Hoffman's entrancing portrayal of Truman Capote that captured the best actor honor Monday at the 11th annual Critics' Choice Awards.


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Simpson, Lachey Selling 'Newlyweds' House (AP)
Performers Jessica Simpson and husband Nick Lachey arrive for the 13th Annual ESPY Awards Wednesday, July 13, 2005 in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles. Divorcing couple Simpson and Lachey are selling their famous 'Newlyweds' home, Rob Shuter, Simpson's publicist, said Monday, Jan. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Mark Terrill)AP - Divorcing couple Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey are selling their famous "Newlyweds" home, Rob Shuter, Simpson's publicist, said Monday.


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Hilary Swank and Husband Chad Lowe Split (AP)
Hilary Swank arrives with husband Chad Lowe for the Academy Awards on Feb. 27, 2005, in Los Angeles.  'Hilary and Chad have decided to separate, but they are hopeful they'll be able to get through this tough time,' Swank's manager Troy Nankin said in a statement Monday, Jan. 9, 2006.  (AP Photo/Laura Rauch)AP - Two-time Oscar-winner Hilary Swank and actor husband Chad Lowe have separated after more than eight years of marriage. "Hilary and Chad have decided to separate, but they are hopeful they'll be able to get through this tough time," Swank's manager Troy Nankin said in a statement Monday.


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Howard Stern Debuts on Satellite Radio (AP)
Radio personality Howard Stern responds to a question at an on-air news conference during his debut show on Sirius Satellite Radio, in New York, Monday Jan. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - He took pot shots at free radio, the Federal Communications Commission, even TV personality Pat O'Brien. Howard Stern debuted on satellite radio Monday, stirring up trouble and talking dirty.


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Music Lovers Go Legit (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Consumers' embrace of legal online music downloads grew ever larger in 2005, and with all the buzz about MP3 players' continued popularity, it's no surprise that legal downloads achieved a new record in the week between Christmas and New Year's.

JK Rowling reveals biggest fears: fame, death (Reuters)
Reuters - Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling decided to kill off the parents of her fictional boy wizard after she suffered the trauma of losing her own mother, the author said in a rare interview on Tuesday.

Composer Lloyd Webber celebrates show's longevity (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 - "Phantom of the Opera" became the longest-running show in Broadway history on Monday night with a gala 7,486th performance of the hit musical, which included appearances by composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and the original phantom, Michael Crawford.


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Gay channel, Rosie O'Donnell sketch series plans (Reuters)
Reuters - MTV Networks' gay-oriented Logo channel said Monday it partnered with Rosie O'Donnell to develop a sketch-comedy series.

Critics hot for gay cowboy film 'Brokeback Mountain' (Reuters)
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal holds his Desert Palm Achievement Award he received at the Palm Springs International Film Festival gala in Palm Springs, California January 7, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Gay cowboy movie "Brokeback Mountain," the favorite in the Oscars race, roped in three Critics' Choice Awards on Monday, while darkhorse "Crash" showed unexpected strength -- a sign perhaps of the fight to come.


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Composer Lloyd Webber celebrates show's longevity (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 - "Phantom of the Opera" became the longest-running show in Broadway history on Monday night with a gala 7,486th performance of the hit musical, which included appearances by composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and the original phantom, Michael Crawford.


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JK Rowling reveals biggest fears: fame, death (Reuters)
Reuters - Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling decided to kill off the parents of her fictional boy wizard after she suffered the trauma of losing her own mother, the author said in a rare interview on Tuesday.

'Brokeback Mountain' Wins Critics' Awards (AP)
Philip Seymour Hoffman accepts the award for best actor, for his work in the film 'Capote,' at the 11th Annual Critics' Choice Awards in Santa Monica, Calif., Monday, Jan. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - "Brokeback Mountain" won a leading three awards, including best picture and best director for Ang Lee, but it was Philip Seymour Hoffman's entrancing portrayal of Truman Capote that captured the best actor honor Monday at the 11th annual Critics' Choice Awards.


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Bollywood offers hope to jobless Mumbai bar girls (Reuters)
Reuters - A new Bollywood film has cast dozens of Mumbai's famed bar dancers, raising hopes among them of a career in cinema after being banned from working in bars and pubs.

Critics hot for gay cowboy film 'Brokeback Mountain' (Reuters)
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal holds his Desert Palm Achievement Award he received at the Palm Springs International Film Festival gala in Palm Springs, California January 7, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Gay cowboy movie "Brokeback Mountain," the favorite in the Oscars race, roped in three Critics' Choice Awards on Monday, while darkhorse "Crash" showed unexpected strength -- a sign perhaps of the fight to come.


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Kingsley's career hits new low with 'BloodRayne' (Reuters)
Reuters - Attention, Ben Kingsley (I mean, Sir Ben Kingsley): It's officially time to turn in your Oscar.

'Fateless' latest worthy Holocaust picture (Reuters)
Reuters - A distinguished addition to the canon of Holocaust-themed cinema, Lajos Koltai's "Fateless" is both haunting and poetic.

Movie buff lauded for preserving film history (Reuters)
Reuters - In the flurry of the awards season, we have to face the fact that prizes don't to always go where they're most deserved.

Jewish comedy on the menu at ThinkFilm (Reuters)
Reuters - Indie distributor ThinkFilm said Monday it has acquired North American theatrical rights to "When Do We Eat?" which is billed as "the first Passover comedy." An April 7 release is planned to coincide with the Jewish holiday.

Seven films on Oscar sound editing shortlist (Reuters)
Oscars host Billy Crystal imitates an Oscar statue's pose at a news conference introducing him as the host of the 76th Academy Awards, at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences headquarters in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sept. 24, 2003. Crystal told the Los Angles Daily News that he passed on the 2006 Oscar hosting job that went to Comedy Central's Jon Stewart because his one-man stage show was consuming his attention. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)Reuters - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Monday announced the seven films in consideration for achievement in sound editing for the 78th Annual Academy Awards.


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Williams, McAdams among new stars at UK film nods (Reuters)
Reuters - Michelle Williams, Rachel McAdams, Gael Garcia Bernal, James McAvoy and Chiwetel Ejiofor will vie for the inaugural rising star award at the British Academy Film Awards next month.

Composer Lloyd Webber celebrates show's longevity (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 - "Phantom of the Opera" became the longest-running show in Broadway history on Monday night with a gala 7,486th performance of the hit musical, which included appearances by composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and the original phantom, Michael Crawford.


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'Phantom' Becomes Longest-Run Champion (AP)
Michael Crawford, who was the original Phantom of the Opera, seen from behind left, embraces Howard McGillin, center, who is currently starring in the role of The Phantom of the Opera, during the curtain call following performance number 7,486 of 'The Phantom of the Opera' at the Majestic Theatre in New York Monday Jan. 9, 2005.  With the performance,  'The Phantom of the Opera'  became the longest running show in Broadway history. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)AP - With a burst of confetti, balloons and streamers — plus an emotional appearance by the musical's original star — Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera" set a theatrical record Monday night, becoming the longest-running show in Broadway history.


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Woman all shook up over Elvis song (Reuters)
Reuters - An Australian woman will face court on Tuesday charged with repeatedly stabbing her partner because he played an Elvis Presley song over and over again, police said on Tuesday.

Stern lauds Stern in first Sirius show (Reuters)
Howard Stern speaks during a news conference at the live debut broadcast of his show on Sirius Satellite Radio in New York January 9, 2006. The U.S. radio 'shock jock' made his debut on unregulated satellite radio on Monday after years of government fines for indecency. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - Perhaps you hadn't heard: Howard Stern debuted Monday on Sirius Satellite Radio.


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Composer Lloyd Webber ponders mysteries of success (Reuters)
Theatre-goers socialize outside the Majestic Theatre before the start of 'The Phantom of the Opera' in New York January 9, 2006. The romantic melodrama set to lush music by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber captures the title of longest-running show in Broadway history when the curtain goes up for performance No. 7,486 on Monday night. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - "Phantom of the Opera" on Monday becomes the most successful show ever on Broadway with its 7,486th performance over nearly 18 years, but composer Andrew Lloyd Webber insists he has no formula for success.


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Jesse Jackson to Lead Last Rites for Rawls (AP)
AP - The Rev. Jesse Jackson will lead last rites Friday for Lou Rawls, the velvet-voiced singer of "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" and "Lady Love" who died of cancer last week.

Nice Day for a Pink Wedding (E! Online)
Pink got the wedding party started this weekend.E! Online - Pink got the wedding party started this weekend.


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Review: Fleming Previews Tatyana (AP)
Opera singer Renee Fleming performs with the Metropolitan Orchestra at New York's Carnegie Hall, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Jennifer Szymaszek)AP - Renee Fleming has put Tatyana in the closet for more than a decade, occasionally singing excerpts of Tchaikovsky's peasant girl turned princess during concerts but never performing the full role since well-received 1994 performances with the San Diego Opera.


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Bombay Dancing Girls Find Work in New Film (AP)
AP - Some of Bombay's famed dancing girls have found work in an upcoming Hindi film after being banned from working in bars and pubs across western India.

Decomposed composer? (Reuters)
A portrait of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart painted on ivory is seen in Zurich, December 9, 2005. Forensic scientists were unable to say if a skull kept in Mozart's home town of Salzburg is indeed that of the composer born 250 years ago, Austrian television said on Sunday. (Siggi Bucher/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 Sunday.


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