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'Grandpa Munster' Al Lewis Dies (AP)
Actor Al Lewis, in character as Grandpa Munster from 'The Munsters' television show, is seen in this July 1964 file photo. Lewis, the cigar-chomping patriarch of 'The Munsters' whose work as a basketball scout, restaurateur and political candidate never eclipsed his role as Grandpa Muster from the television sitcom, died Friday night, Feb. 3, 2006 after years of failing health. He was 95. (AP Photo)AP - Al Lewis, the cigar-chomping patriarch of "The Munsters" whose work as a basketball scout, restaurateur and political candidate never eclipsed his role as Grandpa from the television sitcom, died after years of failing health. He was 82.


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'Crash' Wins Best Orig. Screenplay Award (AP)
Paul Haggis, left, who wrote  'Crash,' arrives with his father Ted, at the Writers Guild Awards at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Saturday Feb. 4, 2006. (AP Photo/Branimir Kvartuc)AP - The writers of "Brokeback Mountain," the sweeping tale about the longtime forbidden romance between rugged ranch hands, won best adapted screenplay Saturday night at the 58th annual Writers Guild Awards.


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'Wallace & Gromit' Wins Animation Award (AP)
AP - Hunks of hand-crafted clay trounced modern computer-animated images Saturday to take top honors at the 33rd annual Annie Awards, honoring achievements in feature film and television animation.

Clooney Honored at Santa Barbara Film Fest (AP)
Actor George Clooney holds his award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Friday, Feb. 3, 2006, in Santa Barbara, Calif., where he received  the festival's Modern Master Award. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - Wrapping a week that included receiving three Oscar nominations, George Clooney traveled up the coast to collect the Modern Master Award from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.


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China director seeks Western feast with "Banquet" (Reuters)
Chinese film director Feng Xiaogang attends a news conference for his latest film 'The Banquet' in Anji county, east China's Zhejiang province, in this November 23, 2005 file picture. Feng has been one of China's most beloved bankable movie names for years by honing on native tastes while other internationally celebrated directors have faced criticism at home for pandering to Western audiences and award committees. (China Daily/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Chinese films have become hot tickets around the world, but few movie-goers outside China have even heard of the country's arguably most popular, or at least most populist, director.


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"Crash," "Brokeback" win top screenwriting awards (Reuters)
Screenwriters Paul Haggis (L) and Robert (or Bobby) Moresco pose with the award for best original screenplay for the film 'Crash,' which they won at the 2006 Writers Guild Awards in Hollywood, California February 4, 2006. Haggis also directed the film. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Hollywood's screenwriters gave their two top film awards to race drama "Crash" and gay romance "Brokeback Mountain" on Saturday, setting up a showdown between the two message movies for the best movie Oscar.


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Love: "Gnarly" Drug Problem Beat (E! Online)
A clean and sober Courtney Love is ready to roll. And rock.E! Online - A clean and sober Courtney Love is ready to roll. And rock.


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'Grandpa Munster' Al Lewis Dies (AP)
Actor Al Lewis, in character as Grandpa Munster from 'The Munsters' television show, is seen in this July 1964 file photo. Lewis, the cigar-chomping patriarch of 'The Munsters' whose work as a basketball scout, restaurateur and political candidate never eclipsed his role as Grandpa Muster from the television sitcom, died Friday night, Feb. 3, 2006 after years of failing health. He was 95. (AP Photo)AP - Al Lewis, the cigar-chomping patriarch of "The Munsters" whose work as a basketball scout, restaurateur and political candidate never eclipsed his role as Grandpa from the television sitcom, died after years of failing health. He was 82.


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"Crash," "Brokeback" win top screenwriting awards (Reuters)
Screenwriters Paul Haggis (L) and Robert (or Bobby) Moresco pose with the award for best original screenplay for the film 'Crash,' which they won at the 2006 Writers Guild Awards in Hollywood, California February 4, 2006. Haggis also directed the film. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Hollywood's screenwriters gave their two top film awards to race drama "Crash" and gay romance "Brokeback Mountain" on Saturday, setting up a showdown between the two message movies for the best movie Oscar.


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"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."

"Crash," "Brokeback" win top screenwriting awards (Reuters)
Screenwriters Paul Haggis (L) and Robert (or Bobby) Moresco pose with the award for best original screenplay for the film 'Crash,' which they won at the 2006 Writers Guild Awards in Hollywood, California February 4, 2006. Haggis also directed the film. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Hollywood's screenwriters gave their two top film awards to race drama "Crash" and gay romance "Brokeback Mountain" on Saturday, setting up a showdown between the two message movies for the best movie Oscar.


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'Crash' Wins Best Orig. Screenplay Award (AP)
Paul Haggis, left, who wrote  'Crash,' arrives with his father Ted, at the Writers Guild Awards at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Saturday Feb. 4, 2006. (AP Photo/Branimir Kvartuc)AP - The writers of "Brokeback Mountain," the sweeping tale about the longtime forbidden romance between rugged ranch hands, won best adapted screenplay Saturday night at the 58th annual Writers Guild Awards.


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'Wallace & Gromit' Wins Animation Award (AP)
AP - Hunks of hand-crafted clay trounced modern computer-animated images Saturday to take top honors at the 33rd annual Annie Awards, honoring achievements in feature film and television animation.

China director seeks Western feast with "Banquet" (Reuters)
Chinese film director Feng Xiaogang attends a news conference for his latest film 'The Banquet' in Anji county, east China's Zhejiang province, in this November 23, 2005 file picture. Feng has been one of China's most beloved bankable movie names for years by honing on native tastes while other internationally celebrated directors have faced criticism at home for pandering to Western audiences and award committees. (China Daily/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Chinese films have become hot tickets around the world, but few movie-goers outside China have even heard of the country's arguably most popular, or at least most populist, director.


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Clooney Honored at Santa Barbara Film Fest (AP)
Actor George Clooney holds his award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Friday, Feb. 3, 2006, in Santa Barbara, Calif., where he received  the festival's Modern Master Award. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - Wrapping a week that included receiving three Oscar nominations, George Clooney traveled up the coast to collect the Modern Master Award from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.


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Big-screen 'George' curiously plays it safe (Reuters)
Reuters - Margret and H.A. Rey's mischievous monkey (he's technically a chimp, but why quibble with 65 years of tradition?), makes his long-threatened leap to the big screen in "Curious George," with much of the books' charm respectfully intact.

'When a Stranger Calls' ... just ignore it (Reuters)
Reuters - This remake of the 1979 horror film "When a Stranger Calls" provides a couple of new ways to measure the rate of inflation.

'Pink Panther' painfully unfunny (Reuters)
Actors Kevin Kline (L) and Steve Martin pose with actress Beyonce (C) after a news conference for a new present day re-make of the film 'The Pink Panther' in New York, May 7, 2004. (Reuters)Reuters - The last time we saw Inspector Clouseau, the once-illustrious Pink Panther franchise had fallen on hard times with actor (now TV director) Ted Wass stuck in the thankless role of attempting to fill the late Peter Sellers' formidable footwear in 1983's "Curse of the Pink Panther."


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'Geisha' Latest Movie Censored in China (AP)
In this undated photo released by Edko Film Co., mainland China's movie star Zhang Ziyi is shown in her movie 'Memoirs of a Geisha.' The Chinese government has canceled the release of 'Memoirs of a Geisha' _ a decision made amid speculation that officials are worried the sight of Chinese actresses playing Japanese geishas would stir a backlash. The film originally was cleared for distribution on Feb. 9, but the State Administration of Radio, Film and TV reversed itself over the weekend, according to Sony Pictures Entertainment, which had planned to release the film in China.  ( AP Photo/Edko Film Co., HO)AP - "Memoirs of a Geisha" has became the latest movie censored in China despite increased openness, and analysts say communist leaders will likely ramp up ideological controls as outside influences flood the nation.


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Brigitte Bardot slams Romania for dog cull (Reuters)
Former French actress Brigitte Bardot talks to the media in Geneva December 5, 2005. Bardot slammed Romania on Saturday for culling stray dogs after a Japanese man was bitten to death in Bucharest. (Denis Balibouse/Reuters)Reuters - Former French film star turned animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot slammed Romania on Saturday for culling stray dogs after a Japanese man was bitten to death in Bucharest.


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Love: "Gnarly" Drug Problem Beat (E! Online)
A clean and sober Courtney Love is ready to roll. And rock.E! Online - A clean and sober Courtney Love is ready to roll. And rock.


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Tony Bennett Breaks Tradition on New CD (AP)
AP - Tony Bennett breaks with tradition on his Grammy-nominated CD, "The Art of Romance," by doing something he had shied away from throughout a recording career dating back more than half a century. For the first time on any of his 100-plus albums, Bennett's name can be found among the songwriting credits.

Lance Armstrong, Sheryl Crow Break Up (AP)
Lance Armstrong and Sheryl Crow pose for photographers at GQ Magazine's party celebrating the 2005 'Men of the Year' issue, in this Dec. 1, 2005, file photo in Beverly Hills, Calif. Armstrong and Sheryl Crow have split, the couple announced in a joint statement Friday, Feb. 3, 2006. The seven-time Tour de France champion and the rock star announced their engagement in September. It would have been her first marriage and his second. He has three children from a previous marriage. (AP Photo/Rene Macura, file)AP - Lance Armstrong and Sheryl Crow have split, the couple announced in a joint statement Friday night. The seven-time Tour de France champion and the rock star announced their engagement in September. It would have been her first marriage and his second. He has three children from a previous marriage.


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Courtney Love Says Drug Problem Behind Her (AP)
Courtney Love appears in Los Angeles Superior Court with attorney Howard Weitzman for a progress report on her three criminal cases Friday, Feb. 3, 2006. Love told Judge Rand Rubin she is on the road to recovery from her drug problems and thanked him for the way he has handled her cases. (AP Photo/Alex Turner, Pool)AP - Rocker Courtney Love told a judge that she has put her drug problems behind her and said she has a renewed outlook on life.


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Rockers map out ticket promotion (Reuters)
Reuters - When red-hot pop-punk outfit Fall Out Boy was preparing to launch its upcoming U.S. tour, all involved knew the band needed to do something special to fill the arena-sized venues it had booked.

Most major labels back off DualDisc (Reuters)
Reuters - The DualDisc marks its one-year anniversary of mass distribution this month, but the new hybrid CD/DVD once expected to become the physical successor to the CD may already be on life support.

Bonnaroo, Coachella fests boast similar bills (Reuters)
Reuters - Now that the basic lineups for the Bonnaroo and Coachella festivals have been unveiled, this much is clear: the musical identities of the two events have blurred.

Would you like a DVD with your tall latte? (Reuters)
Reuters - Starbucks' music retail strategy has included an exclusive release from Alanis Morissette, a co-release from Ray Charles and the creation of a record label, Hear Music. Now the coffee giant is hoping customers would like to see music as well as hear it. Beginning Valentine's Day, Starbucks becomes a video retailer.

Germany's Rammstein fired up over Grammy nod (Reuters)
Reuters - Rammstein's status as Germany's leading rock export of recent years is underscored by its Grammy Award nomination for best metal performance with "Mein Teil."

Jazz indies have the edge at Grammys (Reuters)
Reuters - Micro-indie and artist-run labels will once again show their mettle at Wednesday's Grammy Awards, in light of 2005's historic win by Maria Schneider.

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