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'Commander in Chief' Takes Six-Week Break (AP)
Geena Davis poses with the award she won for best actress in a drama television series for her work on 'Commander in Chief,' at the 63rd annual Golden Globe Awards, in this Jan. 16, 2006 file photo, in Beverly Hills, Calif.  (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)AP - "Commander in Chief" is going on a six-week hiatus, making way for a new comedy from "Saturday Night Live" producer Lorne Michaels as part of ABC's midseason schedule makeover.


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Tomlin Leads Dove Award Gospel Nominations (AP)
Christian musician Kirk Franklin, left, reacts playfully as artist Rebecca St. James, right, announces his nomination for Best Urban Album during nominations for the 37th GMA Gospel Music Awards in Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2006. Franklin and St. James are scheduled to host the awards show at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on April 5. (AP Photo/John Russell)AP - Christian singer Chris Tomlin led the Dove Award nominations for gospel music on Wednesday with nine, including artist of the year and male vocalist of year.


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'Flight 93' Draws Record A&E Audience (AP)
A couple views a makeshift memorial in September 2002 for the victims of United Airlines Flight 93 that crashed in Shanksville, PA, on September 11, 2001. A US television channel warily tested the waters for films about the September 11, 2001 attacks, with a dramatised account of the passenger heroics aboard doomed Flight 93(AFP/File/Tom Mihalek)AP - A television movie about one of the doomed Sept. 11 airplanes was A&E's most-watched program ever, a sign that audiences may be ready for a coming spate of movie and TV projects dramatizing the terrorism of five years ago.


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Chinese Pirates Skirt Ban, Sell 'Geisha' (AP)
AP - It's officially barred from China's theaters, but Chinese movie fans are still watching "Memoirs of a Geisha" on plentiful pirated DVDs that hit the streets weeks ago.

Destiny's Child Never Can Say Goodbye (E! Online)
Move over, Cher, Destiny's Child is giving you a run in the 
 longest-goodbye department.E! Online - Move over, Cher, Destiny's Child is giving you a run in the longest-goodbye department.


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Have cell phone? Make a movie (Reuters)
Reuters - Eight cell phones, $160,000, and a good idea -- could this be the future of film-making?

Arctic Monkeys take to the stage as Web hype swirls (Reuters)
Rock band, Arctic Monkeys perform on stage during a performance at Leeds University in Leeds, northern England, February 1, 2006. (Warren Smith/Str/Reuters)Reuters - They hold the British record for fastest-selling debut album, have been labeled the next Oasis and are hailed as the first superstars of the iPod age.


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CBS.com puts up downloads of 'Survivor' (Reuters)
Reuters - CBS will make episodes from the next edition of its "Survivor" franchise available for download on CBS.com, marking the first time a network has offered its programming for purchase from its own Web site, the network said Wednesday.

Chinese Pirates Skirt Ban, Sell 'Geisha' (AP)
AP - It's officially barred from China's theaters, but Chinese movie fans are still watching "Memoirs of a Geisha" on plentiful pirated DVDs that hit the streets weeks ago.

In Guatemala, ancient drama outlives repressive era (Reuters)
Reuters - It outlived the Spanish conquest and a crushing civil war and it survived decades of repression by the Guatemala government of the Maya heartland. Now the oldest drama in the Americas has been declared a global masterpiece.

Have cell phone? Make a movie (Reuters)
Reuters - Eight cell phones, $160,000, and a good idea -- could this be the future of film-making?

Chinese Pirates Skirt Ban, Sell 'Geisha' (AP)
AP - It's officially barred from China's theaters, but Chinese movie fans are still watching "Memoirs of a Geisha" on plentiful pirated DVDs that hit the streets weeks ago.

Matsushita Sells Entire Stake in Universal (AP)
Tetsuya Kawakami, senior managing director in charge of Financing and Accounting of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., announces a business results of the third quarter ending Dec. 31 in Tokyo Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006. Drawing a curtain to a 15-year alliance with an entertainment empire, Matsushita said it will sell its entire 7.66 percent stake in Universal Studios Holdings to Vivendi Universal for an undisclosed price. That marks the final chapter in the unraveling of Matsushita's ambitious purchase of a Hollywood film studio more than a decade ago. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara)AP - Ending its 15-year investment in Hollywood, Japan's Matsushita Electric said Thursday it is selling its remaining 7.66 percent stake in Universal Studios Holding to Vivendi Universal, which said the deal was worth $1.15 billion.


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Jet Li's "Fearless" set for U.S. release (Reuters)
Chinese actor Jet Li attends the premiere of his movie 'Fearless' in Hong Kong January 22, 2006. (Paul Yeung/Reuters)Reuters - Focus Features said Wednesday its Rogue Pictures genre division has nabbed domestic rights to the Chinese martial arts film "Fearless," starring Jet Li.


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Mandy Moore tempts indie 'Fate' (Reuters)
Reuters - Mandy Moore and James McAvoy are in final negotiations to star in the indie dramatic thriller "Twist of Fate."

Oscar shuns computer-animated cartoons (Reuters)
Character 'Chicken Little' poses on the red carpet at the new Walt Disney Pictures animated film 'Chicken Little' in Hollywood in this October 30, 2005 file photos. Computer-animated films such as 'Chicken Little' were trumped in the 2006 Oscar nominations by hand-crafted features such as the sto-motion 'Tim Burton's Corpse Bride.' (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Last year, three computer-animated movies were nominated for the animated feature Oscar, and the pundits proclaimed the death of traditional cartoons.


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Writers Guild taps 'Enron' for documentary award (Reuters)
Alex Gibney, writer and director of the Enron documentary 'The Smartest Guys in the Room' stands in front of the marquee before the film's premiere in Houston in this April 20, 2005 file photo. Gibney is the second winner of the Writers Guild of America's award for best documentary writing, the union said February 1, 2006. (Richard Carson/Reuters)Reuters - The writer/director of "Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room" is the second winner of the Writers Guild of America's award for best documentary writing, the union said Wednesday.


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'Old Men' ripe for Coens, Jones (Reuters)
Filmmakers Ethan (L) and Joel Coen speak to the audience at the Texas Film Hall of Fame awards in Austin, Texas, in this March 11, 2005 file photo. The Coens are in advanced talks to write, direct and produce an adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's 2005 novel 'No Country for Old Men.' (Jeff Mitchell/Reuters)Reuters - Joel and Ethan Coen are in advanced talks to write, direct and produce an adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's 2005 novel "No Country for Old Men." Tommy Lee Jones is in negotiations to star.


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'Lost' Actor Delivers State Senate Prayer (AP)
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, a cast member on the television show 'Lost,' is shown in a photo from Sept. 14, 2005, in Honolulu. Dressed in a simple gray suit draped with a single strand of maile leaves, Akinnuoye-Agbaje, a devout Buddhist, quietly delivered the traditional, daily prayer before the session of Hawaii state Senate, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006, in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Tammie Arroyo)AP - One of the actors of the ABC series "Lost" left behind his star power to promote a different type of strength among local lawmakers — harmony and hope.


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Director, cast returning for 'Narnia' sequel (Reuters)
Actresses Georgie Henley (L) and Anna Popplewell, who play Lucy Pevensie and Susan Pevensie respectively in 'The Chronicles of Narnia:The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe' arrive at the world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in London in this December 7, 2005 file photograph. The Walt Disney Co. and Walden Media have begun pre-production on a second film based on C. S. Lewis' 'Chronicles of Narnia' children's books according to a Disney spokeswoman February 1, 2006. (Paul Hackett/Files/Reuters)Reuters - A sequel to the wildly successful movie "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe" is set to begin production later this year, with Andrew Adamson returning as director.


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Arctic Monkeys take to the stage as Web hype swirls (Reuters)
Rock band, Arctic Monkeys perform on stage during a performance at Leeds University in Leeds, northern England, February 1, 2006. (Warren Smith/Str/Reuters)Reuters - They hold the British record for fastest-selling debut album, have been labeled the next Oasis and are hailed as the first superstars of the iPod age.


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Fan Memo to Music Industry: Lower Prices (AP)
AP - Music executives love to blame illegal downloading for their industry's woes. But, based on the results of a new nationwide poll, they might want to look in the mirror.

Pretenders plot boxed set, brief tour (Reuters)
Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders perform after their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, in this March 14, 2005 file photo. The long-awaited career-spanning Pretenders boxed set, 'Pirate Radio,' will finally see the light of day March 14, 2006. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - The long-awaited career-spanning Pretenders boxed set, "Pirate Radio," will finally see the light of day March 14, a week before the band begins a brief U.S. tour in Los Angeles.


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Lawyer: Boy George No Cokehead (E! Online)
Boy George isn't ready to tumble 4 any drug charges.E! Online - Boy George isn't ready to tumble 4 any drug charges.


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Coachella, Bonnaroo Lineups Revealed (E! Online)
Dedicated concertgoers, rejoice! The lineups for this year's 
 Coachella and Bonnaroo festivals were officially revealed this week, and 
 both of the eclectic rosters offer a little something for just about 
 everyone.E! Online - Dedicated concertgoers, rejoice! The lineups for this year's Coachella and Bonnaroo festivals were officially revealed this week, and both of the eclectic rosters offer a little something for just about everyone.


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Dove Award Nominees in Select Categories (AP)
AP - The nominees for Dove Awards from the Gospel Music Association were announced Wednesday. Here are the top categories:

Tomlin Leads Dove Award Gospel Nominations (AP)
Christian musician Kirk Franklin, left, reacts playfully as artist Rebecca St. James, right, announces his nomination for Best Urban Album during nominations for the 37th GMA Gospel Music Awards in Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2006. Franklin and St. James are scheduled to host the awards show at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on April 5. (AP Photo/John Russell)AP - Christian singer Chris Tomlin led the Dove Award nominations for gospel music on Wednesday with nine, including artist of the year and male vocalist of year.


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AP Writers Predict Grammy Winners (AP)
Singer Mariah Carey smiles on stage during the Grammy Awards nominations news conference, in this Dec. 8, 2005 file photo, in New York. Carey is nominated for eight Grammys.   (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen./FILE)AP - Oh Grammy voters, why do you bewitch us so? Last year, we just knew you were above doling out sentimental Grammys to so-so projects. But then you gave a boatload of Grammys to Ray Charles' posthumous "Genius Loves Company."


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Motown Artists Not Happy About Super Bowl (AP)
Singer Aretha Franklin sings during the funeral for civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks at the Greater Grace Temple in Detroit, in this Nov. 2, 2005, file photo. Franklin _ who is set to perform the national anthem at Sunday's Super Bowl in her hometown of Detroit _ said in an interview Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006, she was initially disappointed by the National Football League's choice of musical entertainment. Franklin felt that her city's musical legacy was being snubbed with the choice of the Rolling Stones as the halftime entertainment. The league later announced that Motown legend Stevie Wonder would play before the game, and Franklin would team on the anthem with singer Aaron Neville, keyboardist Dr. John and a 150-member choir. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File) (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - Looking for the Temptations on Super Bowl Sunday? They'll be in Charlottesville, Va. Smokey Robinson? He's playing down the block from Ford Field the night before. Diana Ross? Nothing on her schedule.


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Charts: Licensed to Il (Divo) (E! Online)
The 
 Simon Cowell-shepherded pop opera foursome of Il Divo is following in 
 the footsteps of Kelly Clarkson, Clay Aiken, Carrie Underwood et al., 
 topping the U.S. album chart with Ancora.E! Online - The Simon Cowell-shepherded pop opera foursome of Il Divo is following in the footsteps of Kelly Clarkson, Clay Aiken, Carrie Underwood et al., topping the U.S. album chart with Ancora.


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