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Locklear Files for Divorce From Sambora (AP)
Guitartist Richie Sambora and his wife actress Heather Locklear arrive at the 'My VH1 Music Awards' in this Dec. 2, 2001, file photo at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. After 11 years of marriage,  Locklear has filed for divorce from Sambora, Lockyear's publicist announced, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006. 'This is a private matter and there will be no further comment at this time,' CeCe Yorke said in a statement. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - After 11 years of marriage, actress Heather Locklear has filed for divorce from rocker Richie Sambora, her publicist said Thursday.


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Prosecutors Say Sizemore Failed Drug Test (AP)
Actor Tom Sizemore arrives at the Los Angeles County Superior Court for a hearing to determine if he violated his probation in a drug possession case Thursday, Feb 2, 2006. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Prosecutors accused actor Tom Sizemore of failing another drug test and of getting thrown out of a drug treatment program for arguing with another person.


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Former Teen Idol Garrett Checks Into Rehab (AP)
AP - Former teen idol Leif Garrett has voluntarily checked into a strict live-in drug rehabilitation program to "make sure he doesn't fall off the wagon," his attorney said Thursday.

Katrina Debris Part of Set for 'Deja Vu' (AP)
Actor Denzel Washington attends a news conference about his latest film 'Deja Vu' in New Orleans Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006.  'Deja Vu' is the first movie to be filmed in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina.(AP Photo/Judi Bottoni)AP - Rather than try to avoid storm-damaged areas of post-Katrina New Orleans, makers of the upcoming film "Deja Vu" said Thursday they will incorporate the city's present-day scenery in their script — mounds of debris, decimated houses and all.


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Fortune smiles on resurrected INXS (Reuters)
Members of music group INXS perform during the 'VH1 Big in '05' awards show in Culver City, California in this December 3, 2005 file photo. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - J.D. Fortune sat down and looked out at the standing crowd. "We're in the middle of our world tour," he said amid cheers, "and it's a trip."


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'Christmases' finally coming for 'Shrek' director (Reuters)
Reuters - "Shrek" co-director Vicky Jenson is in final negotiations to make her live-action debut with the holiday comedy "Four Christmases."

Fortune smiles on resurrected INXS (Reuters)
Members of music group INXS perform during the 'VH1 Big in '05' awards show in Culver City, California in this December 3, 2005 file photo. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - J.D. Fortune sat down and looked out at the standing crowd. "We're in the middle of our world tour," he said amid cheers, "and it's a trip."


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'Red' alert for 'Green Mile' director (Reuters)
Actress Jenny McCarthy arrives at the premiere of 'Dirty Love' at the Arclight Theater in Los Angeles, in this September 19, 2005 file photo. McCarthy is one of the guests on Fox's new show 'Bash,' which is described as a modern take on the old-time variety show. (Michael Buc/Reuters)Reuters - Feature filmmaker Frank Darabont will direct NBC's drama pilot "Seeing Red," which centers on an eccentric, brilliant cop with the ability to talk to dead victims, who help him solve his cases.


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Kadokawa to sell DreamWorks stake to Paramount (Reuters)
Reuters - Japanese publisher Kadokawa Holdings Inc. said on Friday it would sell its 2.91 percent stake in DreamWorks SKG to Paramount Pictures for about $21 million by the end of February.

'Diva' a bitchy comedy set in TV world (Reuters)
Reuters - Howard Michael Gould's satiric showbiz comedy "Diva" -- a scathing behind-the-scenes look at TV production -- might best be subtitled "Swimming With Sharks."

'Christmases' finally coming for 'Shrek' director (Reuters)
Reuters - "Shrek" co-director Vicky Jenson is in final negotiations to make her live-action debut with the holiday comedy "Four Christmases."

Latest Hollywood book, script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - David Logan has been hired to rewrite DreamWorks' "Hammer Down." Phil Joanou is directing the hip-hop comedy, which centers on a disgraced NASCAR driver who becomes a wheel man in a heist with the hope of getting himself back on track. DreamWorks initially picked up the script in 2001 as a spec by Ric Roman Waugh and Tag Mendillo. Logan previously wrote "Honor Among Thieves."

Imelda Staunton is latest "Potter" teacher (Reuters)
British actress Imelda Staunton arrives at the 77th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood in this February 27, 2005 file photo. Staunton has been cast as the new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher in the fifth Harry Potter picture which starts principle photography on February 6, 2006. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)Reuters - Imelda Staunton, the Oscar-nominated star of "Vera Drake," has been cast as the new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher in the fifth Harry Potter picture, which begins principal photography Monday.


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World of film reviews changed by Internet (Reuters)
Reuters - Once upon a time, you checked your local newspaper's film critic for advice about what to see on any given weekend. Or maybe you read the New York Times, Entertainment Weekly or the New Yorker, or checked out TV critics with national clout such as Roger Ebert or Gene Shalit.

'James Bond' Director Tamahori Arrested (AP)
AP - "James Bond" director Lee Tamahori was ordered to appear in court Feb. 24 following his arrest for allegedly approaching an undercover police officer and offering to perform a sex act for money, authorities said Thursday.

Kansas crowd flocks to 'Dodo' film on evolution (Reuters)
Reuters - The dodos came home to roost on Thursday in Kansas with the unveiling of a documentary film exploring the ongoing U.S. debate over how evolution should be taught to school children.

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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Katrina Debris Part of Set for 'Deja Vu' (AP)
Actor Denzel Washington attends a news conference about his latest film 'Deja Vu' in New Orleans Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006.  'Deja Vu' is the first movie to be filmed in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina.(AP Photo/Judi Bottoni)AP - Rather than try to avoid storm-damaged areas of post-Katrina New Orleans, makers of the upcoming film "Deja Vu" said Thursday they will incorporate the city's present-day scenery in their script — mounds of debris, decimated houses and all.


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Fifth Harry Potter Movie to Start Filming (AP)
British actor Daniel Radcliffe who plays Harry Potter in the film series poses in London in this October 25, 2005 file photo. He will begin filming the fifth Harry Potter movie, 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix', next week, Warner Bros announced February 2, 2006. (Toby Melville/Reuters)AP - A veteran Academy Award nominee and a 14-year-old unknown will join the cast of J.K. Rowling's epic Harry Potter series as filming begins next week on the latest movie, producers said Thursday.


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Gay Actor in Missionary Role Stirs Flap (AP)
AP - "End of the Spear," a movie that depicts the slaying of Protestant missionaries in South America, is provoking a side debate among some religious conservatives because lead actor Chad Allen has advocated for gay causes.

Fortune smiles on resurrected INXS (Reuters)
Members of music group INXS perform during the 'VH1 Big in '05' awards show in Culver City, California in this December 3, 2005 file photo. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - J.D. Fortune sat down and looked out at the standing crowd. "We're in the middle of our world tour," he said amid cheers, "and it's a trip."


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Britain's Hard-Fi could have a shot Stateside (Reuters)
Reuters - It's been quite a year-plus for British rock, with a slew of new bands attacking the charts and winning over the notoriously snarky local press. Still, most have seen their success confined to the Continent.

Joni Mitchell skips a dazzling tribute (Reuters)
Reuters - The diversity and durability of Joni Mitchell's music was well demonstrated Wednesday at Carnegie Hall in a tribute concert that was a model of its kind.

Foo Fighters draft band for acoustic tour (Reuters)
The Foo Fighters, from left, Taylor Hawkins, Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel and Chris Shiflett are photographed before their concert  in Duluth, Ga., in this Sept. 8, 2005, file photo. Grohl's Foo Fighters, once described by bassist Nate Mendel as an 'accidental' band, now have ten years under their belt, are playing bigger shows than ever and are up for five Grammys for their 2-disc opus, 'In Your Honor.'  (AP Photo/John Amis/FILE)Reuters - The Foo Fighters are making plans for their first acoustic tour, which will tentatively get underway in May.


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Lachey releasing new single via AOL Music (Reuters)
Singer Nick Lachey poses as he arrives as a guest at the 12th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, California January 29, 2006. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - The first new music to emerge from the Jessica Simpson/Nick Lachey split will come from Lachey, in the form of the ballad "What's Left of Me." The track will premiere Friday via AOL Music, which will also feature an interview with the artist. There's no word yet when Lachey's next solo album will hit stores.


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Corgan, Chamberlin revive Smashing Pumpkins (Reuters)
Musician Billy Corgan is seen in a 2005 file photo. In the clearest sign yet that Corgan is reviving seminal alternative rock band Smashing Pumpkins, sources say he and Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin are set to begin work on a new studio album. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - In the clearest sign yet that Billy Corgan is reviving seminal alternative rock band Smashing Pumpkins, sources say he and Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin are set to begin work on a new studio album.


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Beyonce leads historic singles chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Beyonce's "Check On It" featuring Slim Thug led the US pop singles chart for a second week, but the big star was Disney's "High School Musical" TV soundtrack, which spawned several historic chart debuts.

The Edge and U2 Offer Aid to New Orleans (AP)
New Orleans musician John Henry Kelly, left, whose recording studio was ruined by Hurricane Katrina, watches U2 guitarist David Evans, aka The Edge, sign a specially designed Gibson guitar, Friday, Jan. 27, 2006, at the Guitar Center in Los Angeles. The woman at right is unidentified. The normally soft-spoken Evans, 44, grows passionate when he talks about Katrina's impact and his efforts to help with Music Rising, which he organized along with Gibson Guitar, the Guitar Center Music Education Foundation and the MusicCares Foundation to aid the musicians of flood-ravaged New Orleans.  (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - With a long-held affection for New Orleans, a city he calls "very unique and very special," U2 rocker The Edge felt compelled to try to help it recover from Hurricane Katrina. The result: Music Rising, an organization that provides instruments to musicians blasted by the storm.


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R. Kelly Snags 3 Soul Train Nominations (AP)
R. Kelly performs in this Dec. 3, 2005 file photo, in Las Vegas. Kelly collected a leading three nominations for the 20th annual Soul Train Music Awards on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006. (AP Photo/Eric Jamison, File)AP - R. Kelly collected a leading three nominations for the 20th annual Soul Train Music Awards, show creator Don Cornelius announced Thursday.


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Bono Pushes U.S. to Increase Aid to Poor (AP)
President Bush and political activist and entertainer Bono, right, shake hands after Bono spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006, in Washington.     (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)AP - Quoting from Islamic, Jewish and Christian texts, rock star Bono called Thursday for the U.S. government to give an additional 1 percent of the federal budget to the world's poor.


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