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Actors Bassett, Vance Welcome Twins (AP)
Actress Angela Bassett stands with her husband, actor Courtney Vance, at a benefit, in this Oct. 13, 2001, file photo in Los Angeles.  The couple are new parents of twins, a publicist for the pair announced Monday, Jan. 30, 2006. The babies were born Jan. 27 to a surrogate mother, Alex Dubee said. Bassett and Vance have been married for eight years. (AP Photo/Lucy Nicholson)AP - It's a boy, and a girl, for acting duo Angela Bassett and Courtney B. Vance. The couple are new parents of twins, a publicist for the pair announced Monday.


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Samuel L. Jackson Cements Hollywood Fame (AP)
Actor Samuel L. Jackson reacts as he leaves his footprints during a ceremony where his handprints were also made at Mann's Chinese Theater in Los Angeles on Monday, Jan. 30, 2006.  His latest movie, 'Freedomland' opens February 17. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Actor Samuel L. Jackson left his mark on Hollywood Boulevard on Monday, sinking his hands and feet into wet cement in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre, where many other stars have been honored.


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'Brokeback' Sparks Interest in Wyo. (AP)
Heath Ledger, right, and Jake Gyllenhaal introduce the clip for nominee 'Brokeback Mountain,' for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture at the 12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Fans of "Brokeback Mountain" don't seem to care the movie was actually filmed in Canada. They want the Wyoming experience. The Wyoming Business Council's travel and tourism department has received hundreds of calls asking about scenery in the movie, which is based on Pulitzer Prize-winner Annie Proulx's short story about two gay Wyoming cowboys.


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TV Dramas Teach Criminals How to Cover Up (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.

Microsoft Rumored To Be Working on a Portable-Media Player (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft watchers have been abuzz with speculation this week following a recent news report claiming that the software giant is considering developing its own portable-media device. Rumors of the new hardware are circulating after nearly four years in which Microsoft and its partners have been unable to mount a successful assault on Apple's iPod and the corresponding iTunes store.

Latest Hollywood book deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Paramount Pictures has bought Lisa Lutz's debut novel, "The Spellman Files," which will be published by Simon & Schuster.

The Cult energized for 2006 tour (Reuters)
Reuters - After a three-and-a-half year break, veteran rock act the Cult will return to the road this spring.

Early TV network DuMont broke ground but failed (Reuters)
Reuters - More than 50 years ago, the TV industry mourned the loss of a broadcast network crucial to the early days of TV.

Latest Hollywood book deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Paramount Pictures has bought Lisa Lutz's debut novel, "The Spellman Files," which will be published by Simon & Schuster.

'Lestat' Plays Final Tryout Performance in San Francisco (Playbill)
Playbill - Lestat, the new musical that reunites the legendary pop songwriting team of Elton John and Bernie Taupin - collaborating together on a legit musical for the first time - ends its pre-Broadway tryout Jan. 29 after previews from Dec. 17, 2005.

Latest Hollywood book deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Paramount Pictures has bought Lisa Lutz's debut novel, "The Spellman Files," which will be published by Simon & Schuster.

Busy comic Cook joins Carell in 'Real Life' (Reuters)
Actor Steve Carell poses at the Sundance Film Festival in this January 20, 2006 file photo. Actor-comedian Dane Cook is in final negotiations to star opposite Carell in the romantic comedy film 'Dan in Real Life.' (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Actor-comedian Dane Cook, one of the few stand-ups to break out of the circuit in recent years, is in final negotiations to star opposite Steve Carell in the romantic comedy "Dan in Real Life."


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Peckinpah's 'Kid' to close Berlin fest (Reuters)
Reuters - A special edition of Sam Peckinpah's revisionist western "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid," will close the Berlin International Film Festival on February 18, organizers announced Monday.

Punk director Temple shooting Strummer documentary (Reuters)
Joe Strummer, former front man for punk band 'The Clash' performs on stage on the second day of Glastonbury in this June 26, 1999 file photo. Director Julien Temple, best known for the Sex Pistols films 'The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle' and 'The Filth  and  the Fury,' is working on a new movie about the life and career of the late Strummer. (Ian Hodgson/Reuters)Reuters - Director Julien Temple, best known for the Sex Pistols films "The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle" and "The Filth & the Fury," is working on a new movie about the life and career of late Clash frontman Joe Strummer.


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Samuel L. Jackson Cements Hollywood Fame (AP)
Actor Samuel L. Jackson reacts as he leaves his footprints during a ceremony where his handprints were also made at Mann's Chinese Theater in Los Angeles on Monday, Jan. 30, 2006.  His latest movie, 'Freedomland' opens February 17. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Actor Samuel L. Jackson left his mark on Hollywood Boulevard on Monday, sinking his hands and feet into wet cement in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre, where many other stars have been honored.


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'Bubble' Release Deemed Success by Backers (AP)
"Bubble," the new film by Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh, seen here in 2005, which went on US release, could play to empty movie theatres and still revolutionize the art of filmmaking(AFP/File/Filippo Monteforte)AP - The independent film "Bubble" was barely a blip at movie theaters this weekend, but its pioneering multi-pronged distribution strategy has created more than its share of buzz.


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Oscars nominations may climb "Brokeback Mountain" (Reuters)
Australian actor Heath Ledger (R) and co-star actor Jake Gyllenhaal, stars of the film 'Brokeback Mountain' introduce a film clip at the 12th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, California January 29, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - This year, the big ape doesn't seem to stand much of a chance.


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One Huge "Momma" (E! Online)
Everyone seemed to head to Big Momma's House 2 this 
 weekend.E! Online - Everyone seemed to head to Big Momma's House 2 this weekend.


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"Son of the Mask," Couch-Jumping Cruise Razzed (E! Online)
As if we needed the Razzie folks to tell us how superlatively 
 sucking Son of the Mask was.E! Online - As if we needed the Razzie folks to tell us how superlatively sucking Son of the Mask was.


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Globe Winners Bag SAGs; "Brokeback" Shut Out (E! Online)
The SAG Awards were not the Golden Globes. It only looked that 
 way.E! Online - The SAG Awards were not the Golden Globes. It only looked that way.


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The Cult energized for 2006 tour (Reuters)
Reuters - After a three-and-a-half year break, veteran rock act the Cult will return to the road this spring.

Punk director Temple shooting Strummer documentary (Reuters)
Joe Strummer, former front man for punk band 'The Clash' performs on stage on the second day of Glastonbury in this June 26, 1999 file photo. Director Julien Temple, best known for the Sex Pistols films 'The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle' and 'The Filth  and  the Fury,' is working on a new movie about the life and career of the late Strummer. (Ian Hodgson/Reuters)Reuters - Director Julien Temple, best known for the Sex Pistols films "The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle" and "The Filth & the Fury," is working on a new movie about the life and career of late Clash frontman Joe Strummer.


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Randolph's Family rolling with Matthews, Clapton (Reuters)
Musician Robert Randolph poses backstage at the 46th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, February 8, 2004. The highly anticipated new album from steel guitar virtuoso Randolph and the Family Band is shaping up to be the guitar record of 2006, boasting a who's-who list of guests like Dave Matthews and Eric Clapton. (Mike Blake/Reuters)Reuters - The highly anticipated new album from steel guitar virtuoso Robert Randolph and the Family Band is shaping up to be the guitar record of 2006, boasting a who's-who list of guests like Dave Matthews and Eric Clapton.


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Brooks & Dunn may open more Rolling Stones shows (Reuters)
Reuters - Country duo Brooks & Dunn are in talks with the Rolling Stones to open a few more shows on their U.S. tour, singer/guitarist Kix Brooks said on Monday, a day after they warmed up for an eager crowd in Omaha, Neb.

Sirius, XM expose Canadian acts to Americans (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian acts picking up airplay on the country's new satellite-based subscription radio services are also getting much-coveted U.S. exposure.

Auf Der Maur rocks with old friends on new CD (Reuters)
Reuters - Melissa Auf Der Maur is recording hew new album with the help of some old friends, including former Smashing Pumpkins bandmate Billy Corgan.

Doo-Wop Band Wins Settlement From Pepsi (AP)
AP - A judge has ordered PepsiCo Inc. and its advertising company to pay $250,000 to the 1950s doo-wop band The Flamingos for using their recording, "I Only Have Eyes For You" in a commercial without permission.

Barry Manilow Doesn't Make Covers His Own (AP)
AP - Barry Manilow, "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties" (Arista)

Michael Jackson Visits Friend in Germany (AP)
U.S. pop star Michael Jackson waves to supporters as he leaves the private house of his friend's family Anton S. (R) in the Hamburg suburb of Niendorf January 30, 2006. Jackson and his two children where on a private visit in the northern German town and left Hamburg with unknown destination on Monday.   REUTERS/Christian CharisiusAP - Michael Jackson offered a brief glimpse of himself during a visit to a friend in the northern German city of Hamburg.


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Music Remains the Center of Juanes Tour (AP)
Latin music singer Juanes sings during a concert at the Bank Atlantic Center Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, in Sunrise, Fla. (AP Photo.Luis M. Alvarez)AP - Juanes stands with his back to the small group of sound technicians, crewmen and onlookers, his ears covered with headphones, his face centered on musicians who bring to life the songs that are so familiar to anyone who has turned on a Spanish-language radio station in the last few years.


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