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Morgan Freeman to Get Spencer Tracy Award (AP)
Morgan Freeman is shown in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Feb. 12, 2005. Freeman will be honored with UCLA's Spencer Tracy Award, which recognizes outstanding screen performances and professional achievement, in a ceremony scheduled for March 7, 2006. Jason Kaminsky, UCLA campus events commissioner, made the announcement Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2006.  (AP Photo/Chris Polk, File)AP - Morgan Freeman will be honored with UCLA's Spencer Tracy Award, which recognizes outstanding screen performances and professional achievement.


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Trump, Stewart Face Off in War of Words (AP)
Donald Trump speaks at the signing of his  CD/DVD audio business course in this Jan.  10, 2006 file photo,  at a New York book store. Trump has some harsh words for Martha Stewart.  In a biting letter to Stewart, delivered on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2006, Trump wrote that her version of 'The Apprentice' was 'a mistake for everybody _ especially NBC.' (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano, FILE)AP - The bleat goes on in the rekindled Donald Trump-Martha Stewart battle. The two pop-culture icons spent much of Tuesday in a back and forth tempest over "The Apprentice."


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Angry Bond Fans Threaten to Boycott Film (AP)
In this handout photo made available in London Oct. 14, 2005 by EON Productions, shows actor Daniel Craig as the latest James Bond. The 37-year-old actor was unveiled as the sixth movie superspy.  (AP Photo/EON Productions, HO, File)AP - They're shaken, stirred and just plain angry. And several months late with their response. A group of James Bond fans have launched a Web site, http://www.craignotbond.com, to protest British actor Daniel Craig replacing Pierce Brosnan in the 007 film franchise, and boycott the upcoming Bond movie "Casino Royale."


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Lohan Doesn't Want to Be Called Teen Queen (AP)
Actress and Singer Lindsay Lohan is photographed at Premier Radio in New York on Dec.  5, 2005.  'I hate it when people call me a teen queen,' the 19-year-old singer-actress tells Allure magazine in its March issue, now on newsstands.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Lindsay Lohan doesn't want to be called a Teen Queen. In an interview in the March issue of Allure magazine, now on newsstands, the 19-year-old says she wants to be considered a serious actress — and rejects her youthful, party-girl image.


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Emmy Officials Revamp Awards Rules (AP)
Willie Nelson performs during a show in Nashville, Tenn., in this June 28, 2005 file photo. Nelson, besides releasing an homage to gay cowboys called   'Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly (Fond of Each Other)' which debuted Tuesday Feb. 14, 2006, he sings a song on the 'Brokeback Mountain' soundtrack . This year some of country music's most famous names --Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Nelson -- are out and proud with songs on the soundtracks to two Oscar-nominated movies with gay themes. (AP Photo/John Russell, File)AP - Emmy officials are revamping their awards rules for the second time in two years, trying to give newcomers a better chance against the long-running series and familiar stars that can monopolize the annual TV awards show.


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Pan African fest lauds 'Tsotsi,' 'Mandela' docu (Reuters)
Reuters - Gavin Hood's "Tsotsi" was awarded the jury prize for best feature at the 2006 Pan African Film and Arts Festival, which concluded Sunday in Los Angeles.

NBC's legal precedent: iTunes bow (Reuters)
Reuters - NBC broke new ground Tuesday with its legal drama "Conviction," becoming the first network to premiere a primetime series in the iTunes Music Store for free and before its televised broadcast.

Raver among role players on network pilots (Reuters)
Reuters - "24" co-star Kim Raver has been tapped to co-star in ABC's untitled drama pilot from "Without a Trace" creator Hank Steinberg and his sister, writer K.J. Steinberg.

TransWorld agrees to buy Musicland (Reuters)
Reuters - Albany, N.Y.-based music retail giant Trans World Entertainment announced Tuesday that it has agreed to purchase the assets of Minnetonka, Minn.-based music chain Musicland Holding Corp.

Playwright Belluso, 36, dies (Reuters)
Reuters - John Belluso, a Los Angeles playwright who championed the rights of the disabled in his work and through the L.A.-based writers program he helped direct, was found dead February 17 in his room at the Marriott Residence Inn in Manhattan. He was 36.

Pan African fest lauds 'Tsotsi,' 'Mandela' docu (Reuters)
Reuters - Gavin Hood's "Tsotsi" was awarded the jury prize for best feature at the 2006 Pan African Film and Arts Festival, which concluded Sunday in Los Angeles.

Rock, Stone join forces for 'Chloe' remake (Reuters)
Reuters - Chris Rock is set to star in "I Think I Love My Wife," a remake of the French film "Chloe in the Afternoon," for Fox Searchlight Pictures. Charles Stone, who directed 2002's "Drumline," is in final negotiations to direct.

Families cast Presidents Day vote for "Eight" (Reuters)
Reuters - Buena Vista Pictures' "Eight Below" was easily the top dog at the boxoffice during the weekend, pulling $25 million through the boxoffice turnstiles during the four-day Presidents Day holiday.

Indie Wellspring runs dry as distributor (Reuters)
Reuters - In a move that effectively ends Wellspring Media's existence as an independent theatrical distributor, Genius Products, the parent company of the art-house-oriented Wellspring, said Tuesday that it has reached an agreement for the Weinstein Co. to serve as the new theatrical distribution arm for the indie's theatrical releases.

Liebesman makes date with a killer (Reuters)
Reuters - Jonathan Liebesman, director of the upcoming "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" prequel, is in negotiations to direct the remake of horror classic "Friday the 13th" for New Line Cinema.

Morgan Freeman to Get Spencer Tracy Award (AP)
Morgan Freeman is shown in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Feb. 12, 2005. Freeman will be honored with UCLA's Spencer Tracy Award, which recognizes outstanding screen performances and professional achievement, in a ceremony scheduled for March 7, 2006. Jason Kaminsky, UCLA campus events commissioner, made the announcement Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2006.  (AP Photo/Chris Polk, File)AP - Morgan Freeman will be honored with UCLA's Spencer Tracy Award, which recognizes outstanding screen performances and professional achievement.


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Lawyer Pleads Not Guilty to Wiretapping (AP)
Attorney Terry Christensen, is seen in this Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2003, file photo in Wilmington, Del. Christensen was charged Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2006, and is the latest of 11 people charged in an alleged wiretapping scheme involving Hollywood celebrities and executives. Prosecutors say Christensen conspired with the alleged leader of the scheme, private investigator Anthony Pellicano, to illegally wiretap the phones of Lisa Bonder Kerkorian in 2002. (AP Photo/Pat Crowe II)AP - A prominent attorney who represented billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian pleaded not guilty Tuesday in connection with a Hollywood wiretapping scandal.


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Angry Bond Fans Threaten to Boycott Film (AP)
In this handout photo made available in London Oct. 14, 2005 by EON Productions, shows actor Daniel Craig as the latest James Bond. The 37-year-old actor was unveiled as the sixth movie superspy.  (AP Photo/EON Productions, HO, File)AP - They're shaken, stirred and just plain angry. And several months late with their response. A group of James Bond fans have launched a Web site, http://www.craignotbond.com, to protest British actor Daniel Craig replacing Pierce Brosnan in the 007 film franchise, and boycott the upcoming Bond movie "Casino Royale."


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"Godfather" Actor Richard Bright Dies (E! Online)
Richard Bright, the versatile character actor who traversed 
 both stage and screen but was best known for tough guy roles such as the 
 Corleone family's enforcer in all three Godfather films, died 
 Saturday in New York City after he was accidentally hit by a bus.  He 
 was 68.E! Online - Richard Bright, the versatile character actor who traversed both stage and screen but was best known for tough guy roles such as the Corleone family's enforcer in all three Godfather films, died Saturday in New York City after he was accidentally hit by a bus. He was 68.


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BAFTAs Go West (E! Online)
The gay cowboys have ridden to award show glory yet again.E! Online - The gay cowboys have ridden to award show glory yet again.


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NBC's legal precedent: iTunes bow (Reuters)
Reuters - NBC broke new ground Tuesday with its legal drama "Conviction," becoming the first network to premiere a primetime series in the iTunes Music Store for free and before its televised broadcast.

Dunkleman Questions Leaving 'Idol' Gig (AP)
AP - Brian Dunkleman admits it. He can't help but wonder if he might have been a mega-star on the rise, just like Ryan Seacrest, if he hadn't quit as co-host of "American Idol" after the hit reality show's first season.

Latin jazz pioneer Barretto dies at 76 (Reuters)
Latin jazz giant Ray Barretto, seen here in 2002 and who underwent two heart operations in the last month, died in New Jersey at the age of 76(AFP/File/Eric Cabanis)Reuters - Ray Barretto, a percussionist and bandleader who was a pioneer of the Latin jazz and salsa movements, died February 17 in a New Jersey hospital of complications from quintuple bypass surgery he underwent last month. He was 76.


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McBride delivers 'Timeless' classics, pop-flavored hits (Reuters)
Reuters - Martina McBride hit it right on the nose.

Former bebopper Alice Coltrane waxes transcendental (Reuters)
Reuters - Alice Coltrane, who is now Swamini Turiyasangitananda and runs a Vedantic center near her Southern California home, demonstrated what the "ananda" part means when she sat down at the grand piano Saturday night at sold-out Royce Hall.

Sweet, Hoffs Team Up For '60s Covers Fest (Reuters)
'The Bangles,' (L-R) Vicki Peterson, Susanna Hoffs, Debbie Peterson and Michael Steele, are seen in a July 18, 2000 file photo at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. Veteran power-pop singer/songwriter Matthew Sweet and Bangles crooner Hoffs have collaborated to create 'Under the Covers Vol. 1,' a 15-track set of '60s remakes that will be out April 18. REUTERS/Fred Prouser/File PhotoReuters - Veteran power-pop singer/songwriter Matthew Sweet and Bangles crooner Susanna Hoffs may not seem to the casual fan like the perfect pairing for a duets album, but when it comes to paying tribute to the golden-era rock/pop music of the 1960s, they couldn't be more in tune with one another.


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Domingo's Contract Extended Five Years (AP)
AP - Placido Domingo has been given a five-year contract extension as general director of the Los Angeles Opera, taking him through the 2010-11 season, the company announced Tuesday.

Starbucks to Move Workers to L.A. Office (AP)
Howard Schultz, Starbucks Coffee chairman, speaks of the company's success during the annual meeting of shareholders on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006 in Seattle. (AP Photo/Jim Bryant)AP - Starbucks Corp. plans to move some employees to an office in the Los Angeles area, in yet another sign of the company's growing interest in selling entertainment along with its lattes and Frappuccinos.


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Depeche Mode's Milan shows heading to DVD (Reuters)
Singer Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode performs during their 'Touring The Angel' concert in Barcelona February 10, 2006. The band is currently on a world tour to promote their latest album 'Playing The Angel'.  REUTERS/Gustau NacarinoReuters - Depeche Mode's two shows the weekend of February 18 at Milan's Filaforum were recorded for a live DVD that is expected to be released in September.


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Suge Knight's Latest Legal Action (E! Online)
Marion 'Suge' Knight has sued the drug dealer who allegedly helped 
 him breathe life into Death Row Records.E! Online - Marion "Suge" Knight has sued the drug dealer who allegedly helped him breathe life into Death Row Records.


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