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Directors Guild honors 'Brokeback Mountain' (Reuters)
Ang Lee (C) poses with 'Brokeback Mountain' stars Heath Ledger (L) and Jake Gyllenhaal backstage at the 58th Annual Directors Guild Awards in Century City, California January 28, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Taiwanese filmmaker Ang Lee won the top prize from the Directors Guild of America on Saturday for his work on "Brokeback Mountain," the gay-cowboy romance that has already swept many key awards.


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"God Grew Tired," "Quinceanera" sweep Sundance (Reuters)
Actor and Sundance Channel founder Robert Redford attends the Sundance Channel 10th anniversary party in Park City, Utah, January 24, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - For the first time, a pair of films -- the drama "Quinceanera" and documentary "God Grew Tired of Us" -- won the top awards from both juries and audiences at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday.


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Suburban gangstas on prowl in 'Alpha Dog' (Reuters)
Singer Justin Timberlake laughs as he watches the NBA game between Los Angeles Lakers and Denver Nuggets in Los Angeles November 6, 2005. Timberlake plays Frankie in the new suburban gangsta movie 'Alpha Dog'. Writer-director Nick Cassavetes takes a viewer into a heart of darkness that exists right in southern California's San Fernando Valley among mostly white, suburban young people adrift in a sea of drugs, sex, booze and violence. REUTERS/Lucy NicholsonReuters - You watch "Alpha Dog" in the conflicted grip of fascination, horror and, to be honest, depression.


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'Walk the Line' star Joaquin Phoenix flips car (Reuters)
Actor Joaquin Phoenix attends the news conference for the movie 'Walk The Line' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto in this September 13, 2005 file photo. Phoenix walked away a bit shaken but otherwise unhurt when the automobile he was driving rolled over in the Hollywood Hills, police said on January 27, 2006. The 31-year-old actor told police the crash occurred when his brakes failed as he was driving along a winding stretch of Lookout Mountain Road shortly before 3 p.m. Pacific time on Thursday, said Los Angeles Police Department spokeswoman Martha Garcia. (Mario Anzuoni/Files/Reuters)Reuters - "Walk the Line" star and presumed Oscar contender Joaquin Phoenix walked away a bit shaken but otherwise unhurt when the automobile he was driving rolled over in the Hollywood Hills, police said on Friday.


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"Momma" set to open big (Reuters)
Martin Lawrence (L), star of the movie 'Big Momma's House 2', jokes with comedian Andy Dick, who is dressed as the movie's main character Big Momma, before the world premier of the movie at Mann's Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, California January 25, 2006. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)Reuters - Martin Lawrence is expected to lead the weekend box office with his comedy sequel "Big Momma's House 2," one of four films opening Friday.


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Directors Guild honors 'Brokeback Mountain' (Reuters)
Director Ang Lee poses with his award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Feature Film for 'Brokeback Mountain' backstage at the 58th Annual Directors Guild Awards in Century City, California January 28, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Taiwanese filmmaker Ang Lee won the top prize from the Directors Guild of America on Saturday for his work on "Brokeback Mountain," the gay-cowboy romance that has already swept many key awards.


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Peter Gabriel hits 'Big Time' in wrestling world (Reuters)
Reuters - Peter Gabriel's "Big Time" has become the official theme of World Wrestling Entertainment's upcoming "WrestleMania 22," nearly 20 years after the song hit the top 10 in the United States.

TV Crime Dramas Aiding Real Life Killers (AP)
AP - When Tammy Klein began investigating crime scenes eight years ago, it was virtually unheard of for a killer to use bleach to clean up a bloody mess. Today, the use of bleach, which destroys DNA, is not unusual in a planned homicide, said the senior criminalist from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

Experts: Oprah Sought to Protect Brand (AP)
James Frey, author of the controversial memoir, 'A Million Little Pieces,' photographed in March 2003. (AP/Gino Domenico)AP - Oprah Winfrey is not just one of the most popular talk show hosts in history, she is the woman behind a brand — including her production company, magazine and book club — that has the power to influence millions.


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Jay Johnson revives dying art of ventriloquism (Reuters)
Reuters - It's been said that the devil was the first ventriloquist. Supposedly, Satan threw his voice to a certain reptile in the Garden of Eden, and the rest is history.

Directors Guild honors 'Brokeback Mountain' (Reuters)
Director Ang Lee poses with his award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Feature Film for 'Brokeback Mountain' backstage at the 58th Annual Directors Guild Awards in Century City, California January 28, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Taiwanese filmmaker Ang Lee won the top prize from the Directors Guild of America on Saturday for his work on "Brokeback Mountain," the gay-cowboy romance that has already swept many key awards.


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'God Grew Tired of Us' worthy of wide audience (Reuters)
Reuters - More than four years in the making, "God Grew Tired of Us" is a labor of love not only for director Christopher Quinn but also for the three Lost Boys of Sudan who are the subject of the film.

Knives drawn for Nader in 'Unreasonable Man' (Reuters)
Reuters - A heroic crusader to some and the spoiler who betrayed the Democratic Party to others, Ralph Nader emerges as a dedicated, controversial and flawed figure in the documentary "An Unreasonable Man."

'Quinceanera' a cause for celebration (Reuters)
Reuters - For many living in Los Angeles, the Latino culture of Echo Park is so foreign that it might as well be another planet.

'Kinky' thrills at Sundance (Reuters)
Reuters - "Kinky Boots," a crowd-pleasing British import based on a true story, might be this year's "The Full Monty."

"God Grew Tired," "Quinceanera" sweep Sundance (Reuters)
Actor and Sundance Channel founder Robert Redford attends the Sundance Channel 10th anniversary party in Park City, Utah, January 24, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - For the first time, a pair of films -- the drama "Quinceanera" and documentary "God Grew Tired of Us" -- won the top awards from both juries and audiences at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday.


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Sundance Honors Films on Immigrant Life (AP)
A view from the top of Main Street is seen on the last day of the Sundance Film Festival  in Park City, Utah, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006. Main Street is a social center of the festival, as people go there to eat and shop, to see and be seen. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)AP - Two films examining immigrant life in America, the Hispanic teen drama "Quinceanera" and the Sudanese refugee documentary "God Grew Tired of Us," won top honors Saturday at the Sundance Film Festival.


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Watanabe Defends Casting in 'Geisha' (AP)
Japanese actor Ken Watanabe poses at the premiere of 'Memoirs of a Geisha' in Los Angeles in this Sunday, Dec. 4, 2005 file photo. Watanabe is defending the casting of Chinese actresses for the film's main roles, saying talent is the most important consideration.  (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - Ken Watanabe, the Japanese star of "Memoirs of a Geisha," is defending the casting of Chinese actresses for the film's main roles, saying talent is the most important consideration.


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Suburban gangstas on prowl in 'Alpha Dog' (Reuters)
Singer Justin Timberlake laughs as he watches the NBA game between Los Angeles Lakers and Denver Nuggets in Los Angeles November 6, 2005. Timberlake plays Frankie in the new suburban gangsta movie 'Alpha Dog'. Writer-director Nick Cassavetes takes a viewer into a heart of darkness that exists right in southern California's San Fernando Valley among mostly white, suburban young people adrift in a sea of drugs, sex, booze and violence. REUTERS/Lucy NicholsonReuters - You watch "Alpha Dog" in the conflicted grip of fascination, horror and, to be honest, depression.


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'Typhoon' Tells Story of N.Korean Defector (AP)
In this undated photo released by CJ Entertainment, South Korean film actor Jang Dong-gun performs as a Sin who conspires to explode nuclear waste over both the South for rejecting his family and the North for killing his parents.A North Korean refugee boy rejected by South Korea for asylum makes a narrow escape from North Korean guards who kill his parents, growing up to become a vengeful pirate on a payback mission: to drench the peninsula in a nuclear rainstorm. While most viewers find little sympathy with the implausible story line of the South Korean movie 'Typhoon,' the latest action blockbuster strikes a sensitive chord with North Korean defectors who risked their lives escaping the communist regime.  (AP Photo/CJ Entertainment, HO)AP - A North Korean refugee boy rejected by South Korea for asylum narrowly escapes North Korean guards who kill his parents, growing up to become a pirate on a vengeful mission: drenching the peninsula in a nuclear rainstorm.


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Peter Gabriel hits 'Big Time' in wrestling world (Reuters)
Reuters - Peter Gabriel's "Big Time" has become the official theme of World Wrestling Entertainment's upcoming "WrestleMania 22," nearly 20 years after the song hit the top 10 in the United States.

Wilson Pickett Remembered As Poet, Teacher (AP)
Little Richard, center, leaves the funeral of Wilson Pickett, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, at the Canaan Christian Church in Louisville, Ky. Wilson Pickett was remembered by friends and family Saturday as a singer who fell somewhere between a poet and a preacher, laying the groundwork for artists after him. (AP Photo/Brian Bohannon)AP - Wilson Pickett was remembered by friends and family Saturday as a singer who fell somewhere between a poet and a preacher, laying the groundwork for artists after him.


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Rattle Conducts Mozart With a German Touch (AP)
Sir Simon Rattle conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker during Symphony No.38 in D Major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, at Carnegie Hall in New York, Friday Jan 27, 2006. Tonights concert celebrated the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - While the Vienna Philharmonic led the celebration in Austria, the Berlin Philharmonic came all the way to New York for its tribute to Mozart's 250th birthday.


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Party Rolls on for Die-Hard Mozart Fans (AP)
A Taiwanese tourists poses with a Mozart figure in front of a souvenir shop and tries to make a photograph, on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, in the city of Salzburg, Austria. Austria and the world are celebrating the 250th birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who was born in this city on Jan. 27, 1756. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson)AP - When it comes to parties, apparently there is no such thing as a hangover for die-hard Mozart fans.


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Humperdinck Gets Honorary Music Doctorate (AP)
Entertainer Engelbert Humperdinck holds his scroll after  receiving an honorary degree of Doctor of Music at De Montfort Hall at Leicester University, Leicester England Friday Jan. 27, 2006. Engelbert Humperdinck  was presented with the  honorary degree for his tireless charity work and services to his home city, Leicester. (AP Photo/Chris Radburn/PA)AP - Engelbert Humperdinck has been made an honorary doctor of music by a university in his English hometown.


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Martina McBride Named 'Kansan of Year' (AP)
Martina McBride arrives for the 39th Annual Country Music Association Awards in New York in this Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005 file photo. McBride racked up another award Friday, Jan. 27, 2006, honoring the country singer's small-town roots. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Martina McBride has racked up another award, this time honoring the country singer's small-town roots.


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Billboard album reviews: Bocelli, Temptations (Reuters)
Reuters - For his latest album, chart-smashing Italian singer Andrea Bocelli turns to an international array of standards sung in Italian, French, Spanish and English that is sure to thrill fans.

Audioslave to fashion: Cornell wears Varvatos (Reuters)
Chris Cornell and Brad Wilk of music group Audioslave perform live during the 'ReAct Now: Music  and amp; Relief' special at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles September 10, 2005. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - John Varvatos, the man behind the award-winning clothing brand, is always looking for artists with "real" rock roots. These are artists, he explains, who have made an impact -- and will do so for years to come.


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Nas, Jay-Z bury hip-hop hatchet for album deal (Reuters)
Nas sings a song in New York October 3, 2004. Nas has exited Sony's Columbia label and signed with Def Jam, according to a New York Times report. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - When Nas' first album under his new Def Jam Recordings pact is released later this year, it will mark the latest chapter in his truce with fellow rapper Jay-Z, the label's president.


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Music retailers braced for bleak quarter (Reuters)
Reuters - Although album sales are up 1.6% for the first three weeks of 2006, music retailers are still projecting a down first quarter because of a lean release schedule.

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