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Chappelle Said Unhappy With Network Plans (AP)
Eyrkah Badu, left poses with Dave Chappelle as they arrive for the premiere of  Chappelle's movie 'Block Party' Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006 in New York. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - Comedian Dave Chappelle says he may never return to his hit Comedy Central show if the cable network goes through with plans to air new episodes culled from material he filmed before leaving the series.


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Man Charged With Killing TV Actress (AP)
AP - A suspected gang member was charged Wednesday with fatally shooting teen actress Tara Correa-McMullen, who portrayed a former gang member on the TV show "Judging Amy."

Trial Opens Gary Glitter in Vietnam (AP)
Faded British rocker Gary Glitter is brought to a court in Ba Ria, Vung Tau, Vietnam, on Thursday, March 2, 2006. Glitter faces up to seven years in a Vietnamese prison if he is found guilty of child molestation this week, his two-day trial on charges of committing lewd acts with two girls, aged 10 and 11, begins Thursday in closed session.  (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)AP - The trial of former British rocker Gary Glitter opened Thursday on charges that he molested two underaged Vietnamese girls at a seaside rental home in southern Vietnam.


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Sophia Bush Seeks to Annul Marriage (AP)
AP - Sophia Bush is seeking to annul her brief marriage to her "One Tree Hill" co-star Chad Michael Murray, citing fraud.

Stapp Says Sex Tape Meant for Sabotage (AP)
Former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp is photographed  Nov. 25, 2005 in Burbank, Calif.  Stapp said in a recent interview with AP Radio that he thinks a recently released sex video showing him and Kid Rock with several strippers is meant to sabotage him.(AP Photo/Kim D. Johnson)AP - Scott Stapp thinks a recently released sex video showing him and Kid Rock with several strippers is meant to sabotage him. "Obviously someone wants to hurt me and doesn't want me to be successful in my solo career," Stapp told AP Radio in a recent interview.


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"L.I.E." director warms up to "Shiver" thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Michael Cuesta, who directed and co-wrote the acclaimed pedophile drama "L.I.E.," has signed on to shoot the horror thriller "Shiver."

Madonna downsizes for California festival (Reuters)
Madonna performs as the beginning of the 48th Annual Grammy Awards on  Feb. 8, 2006, in Los Angeles. The pop diva says she's 'strong again' after breaking nine bones in a horse-riding accident at her country home outside London last year.  'Well, I did survive 2005,' she says in an interview in the March issue of Harper's Bazaar, now on newsstands.  (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Reuters - After months of rumors, Madonna has confirmed she will perform April 30 at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., 130 miles east of Los Angeles.


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Canadian broadcaster to relaunch MTV (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian broadcaster CTV on Wednesday said it will relaunch the MTV brand in Canada on March 21.

Fox, "Idol" sing victory song again Tuesday (Reuters)
Reuters - Powered by another "American Idol," Fox ran away with Tuesday's primetime ratings race, spoiling the premiere of "The Amazing Race" and the second of the five-night run of "Deal or No Deal."

Even terrorism becomes funny in "Lieutenant" (Reuters)
Reuters - A stage awash in blood and body parts is not the usual recipe for laughter, but in British playwright Martin McDonagh's fearless black comedy "The Lieutenant of Inishmore," receiving its U.S. premiere off-Broadway, this gory image calls forth hoots and guffaws from an appreciative audience.

"L.I.E." director warms up to "Shiver" thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Michael Cuesta, who directed and co-wrote the acclaimed pedophile drama "L.I.E.," has signed on to shoot the horror thriller "Shiver."

Actor Garcia Bernal takes first shot at directing (Reuters)
Reuters - Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal will make his directing debut with a low-budget feature film that focuses on class differences in Mexico.

Braff opens "Hearts" with remake (Reuters)
Reuters - "Scrubs" star Zach Braff will follow up his "Garden State" directing debut with a remake of the 2002 Danish film "Open Hearts," which revolves around two couples whose lives become intertwined after a car crash.

Direct-to-video "Little" sequel could reap a lot (Reuters)
Reuters - "Bambi II" made headlines when it topped the DVD sales chart last month, but Disney isn't the only studio producing direct-to-video sequels to animated theatrical features.

Dueling producers assume "Crash" position in court (Reuters)
Producers of the film 'Crash', Mark Harris (L), Cathy Schulman and Bob Yari (R), pose with the Image award they won for outstanding motion picture at the taping of the 37th annual NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles, California February 25, 2006. The feud over producing credits on Oscar best picture nominee 'Crash' has escalated as producers Cathy Schulman and Tom Nunan have sued real estate mogul and movie financier Bob Yari, alleging that he withheld millions in profits, damaged their reputations and used their joint venture to promote his other interests. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - The feud over producing credits on Oscar best picture nominee "Crash" has escalated as producers Cathy Schulman and Tom Nunan have sued real estate mogul and movie financier Bob Yari, alleging that he withheld millions in profits, damaged their reputations and used their joint venture to promote his other interests.


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3 million stand in "Line" for Johnny Cash DVD (Reuters)
Actor Joaquin Phoenix portrays singer Johnny Cash in a scene from 'Walk The Line' in this undated publicity photograph. Phoenix has been nominated for best actor for the role  for the upcoming 78th Academy Awards.The nominations were announced in Beverly Hills, California, January 31, 2006, and the Oscars will be presented March 5, 2006.    NO SALES NO ARCHIVES  REUTERS/Ken Regan//20th Century Fox/HandoutReuters - The much-vaunted "Oscar bounce," in which studios use Academy Awards buzz to help sell nominated films on DVD, is paying off for "Walk the Line."


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"Country" fried as DVD buyers look elsewhere (Reuters)
Reuters - A pair of high-profile Oscar nominations couldn't help lift "North Country" to the top of the latest DVD sales chart.

Only politics in Oscar race is films' topics (Reuters)
Producers of the film 'Crash', Mark Harris (L), Cathy Schulman and Bob Yari (R), pose with the Image award they won for outstanding motion picture at the taping of the 37th annual NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles, California February 25, 2006. The feud over producing credits on Oscar best picture nominee 'Crash' has escalated as producers Cathy Schulman and Tom Nunan have sued real estate mogul and movie financier Bob Yari, alleging that he withheld millions in profits, damaged their reputations and used their joint venture to promote his other interests. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - A not-so-funny thing happened on the way to the 78th Annual Academy Awards. Hollywood got serious -- really, really serious.


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Oscars viewers to hear word "bitches" in song (Reuters)
An Oscar statue stands outside the Kodak Theatre as preparations continue for the 78th Academy Awards in Hollywood March 1, 2006. REUTERS/Max MorseReuters - There will be no F-word but the word "bitches" will be heard during the first-ever rap performance at the Academy Awards on Sunday.


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Diamonds are Dolly's best friend on Oscar night (Reuters)
Reuters - In a sure sign that the Academy Awards have become even more glitzy, glamorous and bling-laden than ever, even down-to-earth country star Dolly Parton will be sporting diamonds this year.

Madonna downsizes for California festival (Reuters)
Madonna performs as the beginning of the 48th Annual Grammy Awards on  Feb. 8, 2006, in Los Angeles. The pop diva says she's 'strong again' after breaking nine bones in a horse-riding accident at her country home outside London last year.  'Well, I did survive 2005,' she says in an interview in the March issue of Harper's Bazaar, now on newsstands.  (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Reuters - After months of rumors, Madonna has confirmed she will perform April 30 at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., 130 miles east of Los Angeles.


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Pearl Jam to release new album on May 2 (Reuters)
Reuters - Pearl Jam will release its first album in three-and-a-half-years on May 2, the rock group's new J Records label said Wednesday.

Brit singer James Blunt hits No. 1 on US charts (Reuters)
Reuters - U.K. singer/songwriter James Blunt has reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with the ballad "You're Beautiful."

Canadian broadcaster to relaunch MTV (Reuters)
Pamela Anderson is seen in Beverly Hills, California, November 15, 2005. Anderson has signed to host the Juno Awards, Canada's version of the Grammys, which will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia on April 2. REUTERS/Chris PizzelloReuters - Canadian broadcaster CTV on Wednesday said it will relaunch the MTV brand in Canada on March 21.


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Art of country's heroes skewers neo-Nashville (Reuters)
Reuters - It's an arresting image: Hank Williams, wild-eyed and skeletal, pierced with arrows like the Christian martyr St. Sebastian.

Trial Opens Gary Glitter in Vietnam (AP)
Faded British rocker Gary Glitter is brought to a court in Ba Ria, Vung Tau, Vietnam, on Thursday, March 2, 2006. Glitter faces up to seven years in a Vietnamese prison if he is found guilty of child molestation this week, his two-day trial on charges of committing lewd acts with two girls, aged 10 and 11, begins Thursday in closed session.  (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)AP - The trial of former British rocker Gary Glitter opened Thursday on charges that he molested two underaged Vietnamese girls at a seaside rental home in southern Vietnam.


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Teenage rock wannabes set Paris on fire (Reuters)
Reuters - They wear velvet jackets and drainpipe trousers, sport trendy haircuts and spend their days at school. But at night, these teenagers electrify packed clubs across the French capital in Paris' very own punk explosion.

Diamonds are Dolly's best friend on Oscar night (Reuters)
Reuters - In a sure sign that the Academy Awards have become even more glitzy, glamorous and bling-laden than ever, even down-to-earth country star Dolly Parton will be sporting diamonds this year.

Rapper Busta Rhymes sued for assault (Reuters)
Busta Rhymes is seen in a 2000 file photo. Rhymes has been sued by a disgruntled fan who says the artist assaulted him after he asked for an autograph. REUTERS/Brad Rickerby/FilesReuters - U.S. rapper Busta Rhymes has been sued by a disgruntled fan who says the artist assaulted him after he asked for an autograph.


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Pearl Jam Releasing New Studio Album (AP)
Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam takes part in the 'Vote for Change' concert in this Monday, Oct. 11, 2004 file photo in Washington. Seattle rock band Pearl Jam announced Wednesday, March 1, 2006 that it will release its eighth studio album in early May 2006.   (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)AP - Seattle rock band Pearl Jam announced Wednesday that it will release its eighth studio album — and first since 2002 — in early May.


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