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Co. Hopes to Market Kid Rock, Stapp Tape (AP)
Singer Kid Rock arrives at the White House for a reception for the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington December 4, 2005. A videotape showing Kid Rock and former Creed frontman Scott Stapp engaging in explicit sexual activity with four female fans on a tour bus has been acquired by California company Red Light District, the distributor of the notorious 2004 Paris Hilton sex tape 'One Night in Paris.' REUTERS/Joshua RobertsAP - The company that distributed the infamous Paris Hilton sex tape hopes to distribute an equally risque video of Kid Rock, former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp and four strippers.


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Willie Nelson Plays Long Set for Soldiers (AP)
Willie Nelson, left, mingles with fans and exchanges greetings with Bertie Cole, center, after he and his band performed for wounded soldiers, their families, and employees at Brook Army Medical Center, Friday, Feb. 17, 2006, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/J. Michael Short)AP - Willie Nelson warmed up for his Friday night concert for paying customers by playing a long freebie gig for soldiers injured in Iraq.


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Michael Jackson's Katrina Song Said Ready (AP)
Michael Jackson,right, poses with Sheik Abdullah bin Hamad Al Khalifa, in August 2005, in Dubai. The Bahranian prince who has been Michael Jackson's host and musical collaborator says the pop star's long-planned charity song for victims of Hurricane Katrina will be released by the end of February, nearly six months after the Aug. 29 disaster.(AP Photo)AP - Eight days after Hurricane Katrina hit, Michael Jackson announced he would release an all-star charity single within two weeks.


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Fans Start to Gather for Free Stones Show (AP)
View of the stage erected for the Rolling Stones 'A Bigger Bang' free concert on Copacabana Beach, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Friday, feb 17, 2006. Rock fans crowded  Copacabana beach hoping for a glimpse of the Rolling Stones on Friday, a day before the band was to play a free concert expected to attract millions.The band arrived early Friday morning at Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport and was escorted to the Copacabana Palace hotel by a motorcade of 15 cars, 30 motorcycles, police said. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)AP - Screams and cheers greeted the Rolling Stones as they pulled up to their beach-front hotel Friday in a huge police motorcade, and die-hard fans were already staking out spots before an enormous stage on Copacabana Beach, where up to 2 million people were expected to attend the band's free concert Saturday night.


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Isaac Mizrahi Defends Red-Carpet Behavior (AP)
Fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi interviews actress Anne Hathaway for' E!' during arrivals at the Golden Globe Awards Monday, Jan. 16, 2006, in Los Angeles. E! correspondent Mizrahi is defending his bold behavior on the carpet, where he groped Scarlett Johansson's breast and asked Eva Longoria about her pubic hair. He returns to the red carpet March 5 for the Academy Awards. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Get over it, says Isaac Mizrahi. The fashion designer turned red-carpet renegade has no plans to soften his act come Oscar night March 5.


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"Requiem" resonates with closely observed drama (Reuters)
Reuters - The death of a Catholic woman in West Germany while undergoing the Catholic rite of exorcism in 1976 has inspired two films within the past few months.

Willie Nelson Plays Long Set for Soldiers (AP)
Willie Nelson, left, mingles with fans and exchanges greetings with Bertie Cole, center, after he and his band performed for wounded soldiers, their families, and employees at Brook Army Medical Center, Friday, Feb. 17, 2006, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/J. Michael Short)AP - Willie Nelson warmed up for his Friday night concert for paying customers by playing a long freebie gig for soldiers injured in Iraq.


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NBC Uni to Web sites: Clip the clips (Reuters)
Reuters - NBC Universal is leaning on popular Web sites engaged in video sharing to remove hundreds of copyrighted video clips derived from its TV networks.

Uni's Snider in talks with DreamWorks (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Pictures motion picture chairman Stacey Snider has entered into discussions that could lead to her moving to Paramount Pictures, where she would supervise DreamWorks, which Paramount parent Viacom Inc. recently purchased for $1.6 billion.

N.Y. producer accused of sexually harassing cast (Reuters)
Reuters - A Tony Award-winning producer is being sued by business partners who accuse her of sexually harassing the cast of her off-Broadway play, leading to resignations by half the show's actors.

"Requiem" resonates with closely observed drama (Reuters)
Reuters - The death of a Catholic woman in West Germany while undergoing the Catholic rite of exorcism in 1976 has inspired two films within the past few months.

Soccer, women's rights a winning combo in "Offside" (Reuters)
Reuters - Women's roles and the eternal fight to expand their rights in Iranian society get a light, hugely entertaining treatment in Jafar Panahi's "Offside," a story about girls caught dressing as boys to sneak into a World Cup-qualifying football match in Tehran.

Steven Seagal to Reign at Orpheus Parade (AP)
AP - Actor and musician Steven Seagal will reign as this year's celebrity monarch for the Krewe of Orpheus — the lavish parade group started by musician and native New Orleanian Harry Connick Jr.

French Actress Eva Green Is New Bond Girl (AP)
This photo, supplied by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, shows Louis Garrel and Eva Green during the filming of Bernardo Bertolucci's 2003 film 'The Dreamers.' The producers of 'Casino Royale' announced Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006, that Green will co-star as the enticing Vesper Lynd in the James Bond film opposite Daniel Craig.(AP Photo/20th Century Fox Home Entertainment )AP - The new James Bond now has his Bond Girl. Eva Green, whose screen credits include Bernardo Bertolucci's erotic drama "The Dreamers," will co-star as the enticing Vesper Lynd in "Casino Royale" opposite Daniel Craig.


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Italy's Benigni dreamt of Iraq before making film (Reuters)
Italian director and actor Roberto Benigni poses during a photocall to present his film 'La Tigre e la Neve' ('The Tiger and the Snow') at the 56th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, February 17, 2006. REUTERS/Arnd WiegmannReuters - Oscar winner Roberto Benigni said on Friday he had no choice but to set his latest film in Iraq.


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Director Mixes Soccer With Women's Rights (AP)
Iranian director Jafar Panahi poses during a photocall for the film 'Offside' at the 56th Film Festival Berlinale in Berlin, Germany, Friday, Feb. 17, 2006. (AP Photo/Hermann J. Knippertz)AP - Director Jafar Panahi's "Offside," a comedy that uses soccer mania to highlight the struggle for women's rights in Iran, premiered Friday at the Berlin film festival — one of two Iranian competitors in a year that has seen tensions spiral between Tehran and the West.


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Crowe, Cruise and Holmes Honor Packer (AP)
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard, bottom left,  at a state memorial service at Sydney Opera House, pays tribute to the late Australian media mogul Kerry Packer, in Sydney, Australia, Feb.17, 2006. The country's richest man, known worldwide for his love of sports and gambling, died at his Sydney home on Dec. 26, at the age of 68, after a long battle with cancer and kidney failure. Amount the guests at the memorial were Hollywood couple Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes actor Russell Crowe and golfer Greg Norman.(AP Photo/Rob Griffith)AP - Tom Cruise and his pregnant fiancee, Katie Holmes, were among the celebrities who bid farewell Friday to Australian media mogul Kerry Packer at a state memorial service at Sydney Opera House.


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Clooney Not Sorry He Made Fun of Abramoff (AP)
AP - George Clooney, who may be giving speeches again at next month's Academy Awards, says he has no regrets about making an off-color joke about disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff during last month's Golden Globes.

Review: 'Eight Below' (AP)
AP - There was a great nature and survival film to be had in "Eight Below," the story of sled dogs struggling to stay alive in Antarctica after their two-legged overseers leave them behind during a killer storm.

Dark Horses May Threaten 'Brokeback' (AP)
AP - While the cowboy love story "Brokeback Mountain" has been established as a solid favorite for the best-picture Oscar, the ensemble drama "Crash" has an ardent following and some late-season momentum that could make it a surprise winner.

Willie Nelson Plays Long Set for Soldiers (AP)
Willie Nelson, left, mingles with fans and exchanges greetings with Bertie Cole, center, after he and his band performed for wounded soldiers, their families, and employees at Brook Army Medical Center, Friday, Feb. 17, 2006, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/J. Michael Short)AP - Willie Nelson warmed up for his Friday night concert for paying customers by playing a long freebie gig for soldiers injured in Iraq.


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Latin jazz great Ray Barretto dies in New Jersey (Reuters)
Reuters - Ray Barretto, the Latin conga drummer best known for his 1960s hit "El Watusi," died on Friday at a New Jersey hospital, a family spokesman said. He was 76.

Country artists pay tribute to Kristofferson (Reuters)
Reuters - To mark Kris Kristofferson's upcoming 70th birthday, Nashville-based American Roots Publishing will release "The Pilgrim: A Celebration of Kris Kristofferson" June 27.

Q&A: Alabama's Randy Owen (Reuters)
Reuters - A quarter century of music from seminal country group Alabama is celebrated in the new RCA/Legacy boxed set "Alabama -- Livin' Lovin' Rockin' Rollin': The 25th Anniversary Collection."

Santaolalla in awards spotlight for "Brokeback" score (Reuters)
Reuters - When composer Gustavo Santaolalla read the script for "Brokeback Mountain," he interpreted it as a "great love story of universal dimensions" and wrote the haunting, plaintive score accordingly.

Stars line up to croon with Bennett (Reuters)
Reuters - Bennett, who won for best traditional pop vocal album at the February 8 event, was tucked inside Capitol's legendary Studio A, running through the standard "Rags to Riches" with his duet partner du jour, Elton John.

Suge Knight Files Racketeering Suit (AP)
Rap music mogul Marion 'Suge' Knight walks out of the Los Angeles County jail, in a Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2003 photo, in Los Angeles. Rap-music mogul Marion 'Suge' Knight has filed a $106-million federal fraud, conspiracy and racketeering lawsuit against a drug dealer he claims tried to extort money from him to curry favor with authorities. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, file)AP - Rap-music mogul Marion "Suge" Knight has filed a $106-million federal fraud, conspiracy and racketeering lawsuit against a drug dealer he claims tried to extort money from him to curry favor with authorities.


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Yoakam schedules Oscar-weekend Hayride (Reuters)
Reuters - In the midst of his ongoing North American tour, country singer/songwriter/actor Dwight Yoakam is planning to host the Lil' Ole' Oscar Hayride March 3 at Los Angeles' Wiltern Theater.

G-Unit, Fugees session men return as Dub Trio (Reuters)
Reuters - When respected session musicians for some of pop and hip-hop's biggest names get together to jam, an amalgamation of heavy metal, noisecore and dub are usually not the genres you'd expect to result.

Co. Hopes to Market Kid Rock, Stapp Tape (AP)
Singer Kid Rock arrives at the White House for a reception for the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington December 4, 2005. A videotape showing Kid Rock and former Creed frontman Scott Stapp engaging in explicit sexual activity with four female fans on a tour bus has been acquired by California company Red Light District, the distributor of the notorious 2004 Paris Hilton sex tape 'One Night in Paris.' REUTERS/Joshua RobertsAP - The company that distributed the infamous Paris Hilton sex tape hopes to distribute an equally risque video of Kid Rock, former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp and four strippers.


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