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Willie Nelson Releases Gay Cowboy Song (AP)
Willie Nelson performs during a show in Nashville, Tenn., in this June 28, 2005 file photo. Nelson released an homage to gay cowboys called   'Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly (Fond of Each Other)' which debuted Tuesday Feb. 14, 2006 on Howard Stern's satellite radio show.  (AP Photo/John Russell, File)AP - Country music outlaw Willie Nelson sang "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" and "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys" more than 25 years ago. He released a very different sort of cowboy anthem this Valentine's Day.


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Tom Cruise, Holmes Deny Breakup Report (AP)
Tom Cruise, right, and Katie Holmes kiss on Via della Conciliazione boulevard near St. Peter's Basilica, as they arrive for the David di Donatello Italian film awards, in Rome, in this April 29, 2005 file photo. The couple said reports of them spliting are false. (AP Photo/Corrado Giambalvo, File)AP - Not true. That was Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' response Tuesday to a Valentine's Day report by Life & Style magazine claiming that the Hollywood superstar and his pregnant paramour have split up.


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Shannen Doherty Involved in Car Crash (AP)
Actress Shannen Doherty walks on a Park City, Utah, street  at the Sundance Film Festival  Jan. 22, 2005, in Park City, Utah. Doherty complained of pain after a car crash on Monday, Feb. 13, 2006, in Santa Monica, Calif., that sent another driver to the hospital, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies say.(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Shannen Doherty was bruised and cut on her thigh in a car crash that sent another motorist to the hospital, authorities and Doherty's publicist said Tuesday.


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Hayek Helps Groups Aiding Battered Women (AP)
Mexican actress Salma Hayek waves during a news conference in Mexico City, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2006.  Calling domestic violence a problem that touches every corner of the globe, Hayek on Tuesday gave a US$25,000 (21,000) donation to a battered woman's shelter in her hometown on Mexico's Gulf Coast. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)AP - Hollywood actress Salma Hayek has made donations to groups aiding battered women in her native Mexico, calling domestic violence a problem that touches every corner of the globe.


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Conan O'Brien Meets With Finnish Leader (AP)
Talk-show host Conan O'Brien presents the award for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series during the 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in a Sunday, Sept. 18, 2005 photo, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Conan O'Brien, who endorsed the re-election of Finnish President Tarja Halonen with mock ad campaigns, said Saturday he expects to be rewarded with a Cabinet position as inspector of saunas.  (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, file)AP - Conan O'Brien, who endorsed the re-election of Tarja Halonen with mock ad campaigns, met the Finnish president Tuesday at the presidential palace in downtown Helsinki.


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Schwartzman back to school for "Carlisle" (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar-nominated cinematographer John Schwartzman will make his directorial debut on the pigskin movie "Carlisle School."

Rhino bringing Manilow performances to DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - Rhino Entertainment is getting the songs that make the whole world sing.

Highlights From NBC's Olympic Coverage (AP)
United States' Johnny Weir waves to spectators following his performance at the Men's Figure Skating short program at the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2006.  (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)AP - A look at NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics:


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Winterbottom's Revolution spreads to TV (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Michael Winterbottom and producer Andrew Eaton have set up a television division at their movie production banner Revolution Films and struck a first-look deal with U.K. broadcaster Channel 4, the parties said Tuesday.

Domingo to sing for Zhang (Reuters)
Reuters - Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou will soon direct one of the Three Tenors.

Schwartzman back to school for "Carlisle" (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar-nominated cinematographer John Schwartzman will make his directorial debut on the pigskin movie "Carlisle School."

"Evening" falls on Koltai (Reuters)
Reuters - Lajos Koltai is in final negotiations to direct the screen adaptation of Susan Minot's best-selling novel "Evening" for Focus Features and Hart Sharp Entertainment.

Crime meets absurdist slapstick in "Invisible Waves" (Reuters)
Reuters - If Jacques Tati, the French comic absurdist, had ever made a gangster thriller, it probably would have looked like Pen-Ek Ratanaruang's "Invisible Waves.

"Eight Below" delivers above-average adventure (Reuters)
Reuters - Disney may have written the book on live-action animal adventure stories, but it has been quite a while since there has been a chapter as terrific as "Eight Below."

Jason Vorhees Lives! (E! Online)
Hollywood testosterone king Michael Bay has been charged with breathing 
 new life into Jason Vorhees and resurrecting the Friday the 13th 
 franchise with a prequel.E! Online - Hollywood testosterone king Michael Bay has been charged with breathing new life into Jason Vorhees and resurrecting the Friday the 13th franchise with a prequel.


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Uncle Owen, R.I.P. (E! Online)
To Phil Brown, it seemed 'a very unimportant role.' But in 
 Star Wars lore, it was anything but.E! Online - To Phil Brown, it seemed "a very unimportant role." But in Star Wars lore, it was anything but.


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Paramount to release Gore's global warming film (Reuters)
Former U.S. Vice President  Al Gore, center, is escorted to his limousine upon arrival in a private jet at the Manila International Airport in Manila Thursday Feb. 9, 2006. Gore is here for a lecture to top Philippine officials on global warming, environmental protection and Washington's relations with Asia. (AP Photo)Reuters - The producers of a global warming documentary starring former Vice President Al Gore have landed a worldwide distribution deal with Paramount Pictures' specialty label, the Viacom Inc.-owned studio said on Tuesday.


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Bleak Iran film puts social pain before politics (Reuters)
Reuters - As Iran occupies the world stage over its nuclear ambitions, a bleak new film deliberately turns the spotlight on the mundane reality of everyday relationships, unemployment and failure in the country.

Opus Dei Holds Out for 'Da Vinci' Changes (AP)
This photo provided by Sony Pictures shows the poster for the film, 'The Da Vinci Code,' scheduled for release May 2006 at the Cannes Film Festival in France. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures)mAP - The conservative Roman Catholic group Opus Dei said Tuesday it had no intention of calling for a boycott of the upcoming film "The Da Vinci Code," but said it hopes the much-awaited film could still be changed so that "there aren't references that would hurt Catholics."


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Shannen Doherty Involved in Car Crash (AP)
Actress Shannen Doherty walks on a Park City, Utah, street  at the Sundance Film Festival  Jan. 22, 2005, in Park City, Utah. Doherty complained of pain after a car crash on Monday, Feb. 13, 2006, in Santa Monica, Calif., that sent another driver to the hospital, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies say.(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Former "Charmed" actress Shannen Doherty was bruised and cut on her thigh during a Pacific Coast Highway crash that sent another motorist to the hospital, authorities and the Doherty's publicist said Tuesday.


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Rhino bringing Manilow performances to DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - Rhino Entertainment is getting the songs that make the whole world sing.

Willie Nelson Releases Gay Cowboy Song (AP)
Willie Nelson performs during a show in Nashville, Tenn., in this June 28, 2005 file photo. Nelson released an homage to gay cowboys called   'Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly (Fond of Each Other)' which debuted Tuesday Feb. 14, 2006 on Howard Stern's satellite radio show.  (AP Photo/John Russell, File)AP - Country music outlaw Willie Nelson sang "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" and "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys" more than 25 years ago. He released a very different sort of cowboy anthem this Valentine's Day.


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Saint Etienne spins shimmering hipster pop (Reuters)
Reuters - They were fashionably late and delightfully retro. Taking the stage well after 10 p.m. Monday, Saint Etienne grooved before a sold-out crowd at Irving Plaza. The British pop ensemble, named for a French soccer team, was entirely festive and sweet on the first of a few short stops on its U.S. club tour, mixing '80s synth-pop and swinging '60s beats to create an evening of shimmering pop confections.

Rock the Vote Tries to Regroup (AP)
AP - Rock the Vote is turning 16 this year, but the birthday for the organization that has used Madonna, R.E.M. and other music stars to get millions of young people involved in politics is shaping up to be anything but sweet.

LL Cool J reveals "Todd Smith" on new album (Reuters)
Todd Smith, aka LL Cool J, talks to reporters at the showing of his fall collection at New York Fashion Week February 9, 2006. REUTERS/Jeff ZelevanskyReuters - LL Cool J's next album, "Todd Smith," is set for a March 21 release.


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Nelson unveils 'gay cowboy' valentine (Reuters)
Willie Nelson plays in the Dodge Theatre Friday, Feb. 10, 2006, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Matt York)Reuters - Willie Nelson chose Valentine's Day to release the gay-themed song "Cowboys Are Secretly, Frequently (Fond of Each Other)." The country music icon premiered the track Tuesday morning (February 14) on Howard Stern's Sirius Satellite Radio show as it was being made exclusively available via Apple's iTunes music store.


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Warner Music Group 1Q Profit Beats Views (AP)
Madonna performs as the beginning of the 48th Annual Grammy Awards  Feb. 8, 2006, in a Los Angeles file photo. Warner Music Group Corp.'s earnings surged in its first fiscal quarter, beating Wall Street's expectations despite a 4 percent drop in revenue at the record company. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)AP - Warner Music Group Corp.'s earnings surged in its first fiscal quarter, beating Wall Street's expectations despite a 4 percent drop in revenue at the record company whose artists include Green Day and Madonna.


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Placido Domingo Exits Paris Production (AP)
Placido Domingo speaks during a press conference in Vienna, on  Jan. 5, 2006. Domingo has canceled his appearance in Wagner's 'Die Walkuere' in Paris in April, citing a lack of time to prepare for the production by avant-garde director Robert Wilson. A replacement has not yet been named, the Theatre du Chatelet said Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2006.(AP Photo/Ronald Zak)AP - Tenor Placido Domingo has canceled his appearance in Wagner's "Die Walkuere" in Paris in April, citing a lack of time to prepare for the production by avant-garde director Robert Wilson.


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Shoshana Damari Dies at 83 (AP)
Famous Israeli singer Shoshana Damari is seen during the funeral of a friend in the town of Binyamina July, 7, 2003.  Damari, a singer who entertained Israeli civilians and soldiers over six decades, died Tuesday of pneumonia, officials said. She was 83.(AP Photo/Raanan Cohen)AP - Shoshana Damari, whose voice came to embody the emerging nation of Israel and comforted its people during their most trying times, died Tuesday after suffering from pneumonia. She was 83.


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Bossa Nova King Mendes Turns to Hip-Hop (AP)
AP - Sergio Mendes, "Timeless," (Concord)

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