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'Idol' Makes First Cuts of New Season (AP)
This undated photo provided by the Fox television network shows Bobby Bennett, 19, Denver, Colo. Bennett was one of  four contestants, two men and two women eliminated from the 'American Idol' television show Thursday night Feb. 23, 2006, narrowing the Idols to 20. (AP Photo/Fox, J.Viles)AP - Now there are 20. "American Idol" booted four contestants Thursday night — two men and two women — in the show's first elimination round of the new season.


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Will Viewers Want Their My Network TV? (E! Online)
One month after it was 
 announced the WB and UPN would be downsized into the all-new CW, Fox has 
 decided to build a new sixth network of its own.E! Online - One month after it was announced the WB and UPN would be downsized into the all-new CW, Fox has decided to build a new sixth network of its own.


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Superman, Batman Sequelize? (E! Online)
It is the ultimate fanboy fantasy not involving Princess Leia: 
 More Batman, more Superman.E! Online - It is the ultimate fanboy fantasy not involving Princess Leia: More Batman, more Superman.


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Rolling Stones Fans Clash With Police (AP)
Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones performs during the Rolling Stones' 'A Bigger Bang' concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina Tuesday Feb. 21, 2006. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)AP - Rowdy fans trying to enter a concert by the Rolling Stones without having tickets fought running battles with police Thursday and authorities said at least 20 people were injured.


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Disney 'Desperate' for Latin American Hit (AP)
This undated publicity photo, released by ABC, shows cast members of the network's hit show 'Desperate Housewives,'  from left, Alfre Woodard, Teri Hatcher, Brenda Strong, Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross, Eva Longoria and Nicollette Sheridan. Hoping to replicate the worldwide success of the Golden Globe-winning ABC drama, Buena Vista International Television Latin America announced Thursday, Feb. 23, 2006 plans to produce four local Latin American editions, each with its own cast and cultural flavor. (AP Photo/ABC, Andrew Eccles)AP - More "Desperate Housewives" — in Spanish and Portuguese. Hoping to replicate the worldwide success of the Golden Globe-winning ABC drama, Disney's international production arm announced Thursday plans to produce four local Latin American editions, each with its own cast and cultural flavor.


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German theater chain yanks controversial 'Wolves' (Reuters)
A Turkish man looks at a poster of the film 'Valley of Wolves - Iraq' at a big shopping mall in Ankara in this file photo dated February 1, 2005. German multiplex giant CinemaxX has pulled the Turkish action blockbuster from theaters after accusations that the film, which stars Billy Zane and Gary Busey, is anti-Semitic and anti-American. REUTERS/Umit BektasReuters - German multiplex giant CinemaxX has pulled the Turkish action blockbuster "Valley of the Wolves: Iraq" from theaters after accusations that the film, which stars Billy Zane and Gary Busey, is anti-Semitic and anti-American.


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Marsalis, Costello sign on for Playboy jazz fest (Reuters)
Reuters - The lineup for the 2006 Playboy Jazz Festival will include Branford Marsalis, Jamie Cullum, Ozomatli, McCoy Tyner and Elvis Costello and the Imposters with Allen Toussaint.

Griffiths, Flockhart in 'Sisters' act (Reuters)
Reuters - Golden Globe winners Rachel Griffiths and Calista Flockhart have been tapped to star in ABC's drama pilot "Brothers & Sisters."

MMO startup making waves in game world (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood producers are taking notice of Multiverse, a startup that makes a massively multiplayer online (MMO) video game possible for a tiny fraction of what they typically cost.

"Pajama" revival is the cat's meow (Reuters)
Reuters - More than half a century old and not seen on Broadway since 1973, "The Pajama Game" would not seem an ideal candidate for revival. But the Roundabout's revival demonstrates that superb staging, canny casting and a healthy dose of sexuality are all that is needed to bring this old-fashioned chestnut back to life.

German theater chain yanks controversial 'Wolves' (Reuters)
A Turkish man looks at a poster of the film 'Valley of Wolves - Iraq' at a big shopping mall in Ankara in this file photo dated February 1, 2005. German multiplex giant CinemaxX has pulled the Turkish action blockbuster from theaters after accusations that the film, which stars Billy Zane and Gary Busey, is anti-Semitic and anti-American. REUTERS/Umit BektasReuters - German multiplex giant CinemaxX has pulled the Turkish action blockbuster "Valley of the Wolves: Iraq" from theaters after accusations that the film, which stars Billy Zane and Gary Busey, is anti-Semitic and anti-American.


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Comencini's Oscar nom beats the gender odds (Reuters)
Reuters - What is it with Italian female directors and the Oscars? In 78 years, only three women -- Italy's Lena Wertmuller ("Seven Beauties"), Australia's Jane Campion ("The Piano"), and Hollywood's Sofia Coppola ("Lost in Translation") -- have been nominated for best director.

For some, Murray docu is "Unknown" quantity (Reuters)
Reuters - As presented in the documentary "Unknown White Male," which Wellspring Media is releasing Friday (February 24) in Los Angeles and New York, the story of Doug Bruce is so weirdly mysterious that it would strain the credibility of even the most logic-defying of soap operas.

West finds 'Vacancy' at Screen Gems (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Simon West, whose "When a Stranger Calls" recently opened at No. 1 for Screen Gems, is booking another reservation with the Sony genre label.

Talkington in her 'League' with Fox pic (Reuters)
Reuters - Fox 2000 has tapped Amy Talkington to pen an untitled Junior League-themed project.

Screenwriter Weitz putting 'Game' face on (Reuters)
Reuters - Chris Weitz has signed on to adapt and produce Neil Strauss' best-selling seduction tome "The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists" for Columbia Pictures.

4th "Potter" is No. 5 on all-time overseas list (Reuters)
Rupert Grint (L) who plays Ron, Emma Watson (C) who plays Hermione, and Daniel Radcliffe (R) who plays Harry Potter in the forthcoming film 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' attend a photocall in London in this file photo taken October 25, 2005. The film has crossed the $600 million (343 million pound) mark in international receipts and ranks fifth among all-time international releases. REUTERS/Toby MelvilleReuters - Warner Bros. Pictures' "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" has crossed the $600 million mark in international receipts and ranks fifth among all-time international releases.


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Disney finds ghost writer in Jacobs (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar-nominated screenwriter Robert Nelson Jacobs has been tapped to rewrite "The Banshee and Fin Magee" for Walt Disney Pictures.

Rob Reiner Denies Impropriety in Preschool (AP)
AP - Hollywood director Rob Reiner denied any wrongdoing Thursday in response to recent scrutiny about the potential misuse of taxpayer funds for a June ballot initiative he is spearheading.

New Directors marks 35th anniversary (Reuters)
Reuters - The Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art's New Directors/New Films series will celebrate its 35th anniversary with an international collection of projects, a roundtable of featured helmers and a documentary retrospective.

Marsalis, Costello sign on for Playboy jazz fest (Reuters)
Reuters - The lineup for the 2006 Playboy Jazz Festival will include Branford Marsalis, Jamie Cullum, Ozomatli, McCoy Tyner and Elvis Costello and the Imposters with Allen Toussaint.

Aerosmith goes overboard in '70s-centric show (Reuters)
Reuters - The most enduring visual memory of Aerosmith's show Wednesday likely will be that of a bareback Joe Perry on his knees on a catwalk, thrashing his clear-bodied guitar with a bright red shirt.

Judge Denies Use of R. Kelly Slang Term (AP)
AP - Prosecutors said they had to drop a case against a man accused of trying to accost an 11-year-old girl because a judge wouldn't allow testimony about a slang term involving R. Kelly.

The Killers Sued by Ex-Manager (E! Online)
The Killers' former manager has filed like he means it.E! Online - The Killers' former manager has filed like he means it.


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Rock Blocks Sex Tape (E! Online)
He may be the self-professed Pimp of the Nation, but Kid Rock wants 
 to keep his own sexploits private.E! Online - He may be the self-professed Pimp of the Nation, but Kid Rock wants to keep his own sexploits private.


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Rolling Stones Fans Clash With Police (AP)
Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones performs during the Rolling Stones' 'A Bigger Bang' concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina Tuesday Feb. 21, 2006. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)AP - Rowdy fans trying to enter a concert by the Rolling Stones without having tickets fought running battles with police Thursday and authorities said at least 20 people were injured.


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Sensitivity trumps charisma for Nada Surf, Rogue Wave (Reuters)
Reuters - It was sensitive indie rock night Wednesday at the Henry Fonda Music Box Theater as Nada Surf shared the bill with Rogue Wave. Both acts make the kind of melodic, yearning rock that is perfectly suited for the soundtrack of Fox's "The O.C."

Gospel Pianist Dies During Performance (AP)
AP - Gospel music pianist Anthony Burger, who played for the popular Gaither Homecoming shows and earned Dove Award nominations for his albums of instrumental music, collapsed and died during a performance. He was 44.

Universal Motown revamps labels (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Motown Records Group is being reorganized as two discrete, nongenre-specific labels, Universal Motown Records and Universal Republic Records, with Sylvia Rhone and Monte Lipman serving as their respective presidents.

Paisley & Parton "Get" to No. 1 (Reuters)
Reuters - After waiting patiently at No. 2 for two weeks, Brad Paisley and Dolly Parton capture the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart with "When I Get Where I'm Going" (Arista), replacing Carrie Underwood's "Jesus, Take the Wheel" (Arista) after a six-week reign.

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