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Gandolfini Says 'Sopranos' a Life Lesson (AP)
US actor James Gandolfini jokes with photographers after a press conference to present his latest movie ' Romance & Cigarettes ' by US director John Turturro at the 62nd edition of the Venice Film Festival in Venice's Lido, northern Italy, in this Sept. 6, 2005 file photo.  Tony Soprano can be tough on Gandolfini, too.  'It's a dark, dark world and you're in it a lot,' the star of 'The Sopranos' said of his career-defining character. 'However, if you're in a dark world, I can't think of any other to be in. There are a lot of pluses. It just takes a heavy toll sometimes.'   Gandolfini was reflective on Friday, Jan. 13, 2006, talking about 'The Sopranos,' which returns to HBO on March 12 after a hiatus three months shy of two years. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis, File)AP - Tony Soprano can be tough on James Gandolfini, too. "It's a dark, dark world and you're in it a lot," the star of "The Sopranos" said of his career-defining character. "However, if you're in a dark world, I can't think of any other to be in. There are a lot of pluses. It just takes a heavy toll sometimes."


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Gwyneth Paltrow Confirms She's Pregnant (AP)
Gwyneth Paltrow smiles during a news conference for her movie 'Proof' at Toronto International Film Festival,  Sept. 12, 2005. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)AP - After months of rumors about a pregnancy, Gwyneth Paltrow has confirmed she's expecting her second child with Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin.


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Country Singer Tim McGraw Eyes Politics (AP)
Tim McGraw poses backstage during the 33rd annual American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 22, 2005. McGraw says in an Esquire magazine story that he wants to run for office someday in his adopted home state of Tennessee --perhaps for governor or U.S. senator -- and he's getting encouragement from a fellow Democrat, former President Clinton.(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Country singer Tim McGraw says he wants to run for office someday in his adopted home state of Tennessee — perhaps for governor or U.S. senator — and he's getting encouragement from a fellow Democrat, former President Clinton.


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Minogue Still Treated for Breast Cancer (AP)
**FILE* Australian pop star Kylie Minogue attends the premiere of a movie in London on Jan 30, 2005.  Minogue is still being treated for breast cancer, but the disease has not recurred since surgery last year, the singer's publicist said in a statement Friday, Jan. 13, 2006.(AP Photo/John D McHugh)AP - Kylie Minogue is still being treated for breast cancer, but the disease has not recurred since surgery last year, the Australian pop star's publicist said in a statement Friday.


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Backstory: Movie manners - an endangered species (The Christian Science Monitor)
The Christian Science Monitor - There was a time, I think it was back in the Paleozoic era, when it was possible to go to a movie theater and hear more noise coming from the screen than from the audience. It was possible, once upon a time, to be lulled by the gentle snoring of one's seatmate. Today that same seat filler is likely to be bleating into a cell phone, or text-messaging a friend, who is probably also in a movie theater.

News Agencies Won't Pay for Award Photos (AP)
AP - Four news services, including The Associated Press, are refusing to pay a $1,200 fee imposed by NBC for photographs taken by the network inside the ballroom during the Golden Globe Awards.

Remembering Lou Rawls (E! Online)
An 
 A-list of mourners, from Stevie Wonder to Joan Baez to Little Richard, 
 descended upon a Los Angeles chapel Friday for a soul music-filled, 
 two-hour-plus funeral/celebration of Lou Rawls, who died Jan. 6 of lung 
 cancer.E! Online - An A-list of mourners, from Stevie Wonder to Joan Baez to Little Richard, descended upon a Los Angeles chapel Friday for a soul music-filled, two-hour-plus funeral/celebration of Lou Rawls, who died Jan. 6 of lung cancer.


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No encore for 'The Sopranos' (Reuters)
Actor James Gandolfini, best known as Tony Soprano in the TV series 'The Sopranos', attends the panel for the HBO television show at the 'Television Critics Association' media tour in Pasadena, California January 13, 2006. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - For anyone who hopes HBO's mob drama, "The Sopranos," might return after its upcoming season, series creator and executive producer David Chase has one word -- fuggetaboutit.


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Gay, lesbian acts find Sony label home (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Music and Wilderness Media and Entertainment are launching what appears to be the first record company with major-label backing to focus on gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender artists.

Sunset Strip scene hits the boards (Reuters)
Reuters - Hair bands headed for Broadway? Not just yet, but "Rock of Ages," a new musical set around the glory days of the mid- to late-'80s Sunset Strip club scene, is opening January 28 for a four-week run at Hollywood's Vanguard Theater, with an eye toward a move to Las Vegas.

News Agencies Won't Pay for Award Photos (AP)
AP - Four news services, including The Associated Press, are refusing to pay a $1,200 fee imposed by NBC for photographs taken by the network inside the ballroom during the Golden Globe Awards.

'Mother of Mine' delivers vivid child's view of WWII (Reuters)
Reuters - Finland's evacuation of more than 70,000 children to Sweden, Denmark and Norway during World War II, the world's largest such undertaking, receives affecting treatment in "Mother of Mine," the official Finnish submission to the Academy Awards.

Copeland releases debut documentary (Reuters)
Reuters - Add "filmmaker" to drummer Stewart Copeland's list of credits. His documentary, "Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out," will debut January 22 at the Sundance Film Festival.

'Glory Road' tells of civil rights and basketball (Reuters)
Actors Mehcad Brooks, Emily Deschanel, Al Shearer and Tatyana Ali (L-R) attend the premiere of 'Glory Road' at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood January 5, 2006. REUTERS/Phil McCartenReuters - A new movie that opened on Friday pays tribute to a band of reluctant heroes -- the college coach and team that created a sea change in American perceptions of the ability of black basketball players.


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Golden Globes may make a star of 'Brokeback' (Reuters)
(From L-R) U.S. actress Anne Hathaway, Taiwanese director Ang Lee, Australian actor Heath Ledger and U.S. actor Jake Gyllenhaal pose during a photo call in Venice September 2, 2005. 'Brokeback Mountain,' once ridiculed as 'the gay cowboy movie' but now the front-runner in Hollywood's Oscar race, gets its first major awards show test on Monday night -- in prime time with millions watching. REUTERS/Alessia PierdomenicoReuters - "Brokeback Mountain," once ridiculed as "the gay cowboy movie" but now the front-runner in Hollywood's Oscar race, gets its first major awards show test on Monday night -- in prime time with millions watching.


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Gwyneth Paltrow Says She's Pregnant (AP)
Gwyneth Paltrow smiles during a news conference for her movie 'Proof' at Toronto International Film Festival,  Sept. 12, 2005. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)AP - LOS ANGELES (AP) — The syndicated television entertainment show "The Insider" is reporting that actress Gwyneth Paltrow is pregnant with her second child with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.


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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Visit Haiti (AP)
Actress Angelina Jolie sits during a visit to the Immaculate Conception School in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Friday, Jan. 13, 2006. Some of the kids at the school receive scholarships to study with support from Yele Haiti, a charity founded by Haitian-born hip-hop musician Wyclef Jean, who hosted the visit to Haiti by Jolie and Brad Pitt. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)AP - Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt brought a rare dose of Hollywood glamour to this beleaguered Caribbean nation during a visit Friday.


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Broadway can be a gamble for Hollywood's hot stars (Reuters)
Julia Roberts is seen at the 11th annual 'Critics' Choice Awards' in Santa Monica, January 9, 2006. Oscar winner Roberts makes her Broadway debut in Richard Greenberg's 'Three Days of Rain,' which opens in April. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - When Hollywood stars step off the silver screen to tread the boards of Broadway, they often play to full houses of adoring fans -- and dubious critics.


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Review: 'Tristan & Isolde' (AP)
AP - Great, now Hollywood's handing out homework. "Tristan & Isolde" may not be quite as tedious as a weekend assignment to read the works of Alfred Lord Tennyson or Thomas Malory, but it's close.

Review: 'Last Holiday' (AP)
Queen Latifah, center, poses on the red carpet with her parents Rita and Lancelot Owens outside the New Jersey premiere of her new film, 'Last Holiday' in Newark, N.J., Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2006. Latifah grew up in Newark and wanted to return for the premiere of her latest film. (AP Photo/Mike Derer)AP - Queen Latifah stars in "Last Holiday" as a meek woman who comes into her own only when she learns she has three weeks to live.


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Remembering Lou Rawls (E! Online)
An 
 A-list of mourners, from Stevie Wonder to Joan Baez to Little Richard, 
 descended upon a Los Angeles chapel Friday for a soul music-filled, 
 two-hour-plus funeral/celebration of Lou Rawls, who died Jan. 6 of lung 
 cancer.E! Online - An A-list of mourners, from Stevie Wonder to Joan Baez to Little Richard, descended upon a Los Angeles chapel Friday for a soul music-filled, two-hour-plus funeral/celebration of Lou Rawls, who died Jan. 6 of lung cancer.


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Axl Guns for Car Dealership (E! Online)
Axl Rose has an axe to grind over some missing wheels.E! Online - Axl Rose has an axe to grind over some missing wheels.


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Black Eyed Peas leader launches label (Reuters)
Black Eyed Peas member Will.i.am speaks to the media in Panama City, Panama, November 22, 2005. REUTERS/Alberto LoweReuters - The most obvious question to ask Black Eyed Peas leader will.i.am about starting his own label is, what took him so long?


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Country artist Ingram courts the mainstream (Reuters)
Reuters - A longtime veteran of the Texas and Nashville country music scenes, Jack Ingram feels like he is finally getting a real shot at mainstream success thanks to his latest album, "Live -- Wherever You Are."

Copeland releases debut documentary (Reuters)
Reuters - Add "filmmaker" to drummer Stewart Copeland's list of credits. His documentary, "Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out," will debut January 22 at the Sundance Film Festival.

Russell Crowe and band busy on home turf (Reuters)
Actor Russell Crowe poses before a news conference in Melbourne November 24, 2005. After spending two months in Australian clubs fronting his new band, the Ordinary Fear of God, Crowe will face a much larger audience on January 25. REUTERS/Tim WimborneReuters - After spending two months in Australian clubs fronting his new band, the Ordinary Fear of God, Academy Award-winning actor Russell Crowe will face a much larger audience on January 25.


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Album sales rally quietly (Reuters)
Reuters - If a pitcher has not allowed any runners beyond the third inning of a baseball game, superstition holds that neither his teammates nor coaches are to mention the feat that is in progress, lest that perfect game be jinxed.

Gay, lesbian acts find Sony label home (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Music and Wilderness Media and Entertainment are launching what appears to be the first record company with major-label backing to focus on gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender artists.

Country star Brooks set to host radio show (Reuters)
Reuters - While he acknowledges that his first and foremost job is that of "hillbilly singer," Kix Brooks of superstar country duo Brooks & Dunn is wading into unfamiliar waters this month with his new job as host of ABC Radio Networks' venerable syndicated show "American Country Countdown."

Sunset Strip scene hits the boards (Reuters)
Reuters - Hair bands headed for Broadway? Not just yet, but "Rock of Ages," a new musical set around the glory days of the mid- to late-'80s Sunset Strip club scene, is opening January 28 for a four-week run at Hollywood's Vanguard Theater, with an eye toward a move to Las Vegas.

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