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Filmmaker Gordon Parks Dies at 93 (AP)
Gordon Parks poses near his home in New York, in this Nov. 10, 2000 file photo. Parks, who captured the struggles and triumphs of black America as a photographer for Life magazine and then became Hollywood's first major black director with 'The Learning Tree' and the hit 'Shaft,' died Tuesday, March 7, 2006 a family member said. He was 93. (AP Photo/Gino Domenico)AP - Gordon Parks' groundbreaking journey from poor high-school dropout to black pioneer left a legacy of stark and unblinking photographs, genre-forging movies, novels, poetry, music and even a ballet.


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Dana Reeve Dies of Lung Cancer at 44 (AP)
Christopher Reeve and his wife Dana Reeve arrive at the 57th  Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in this Sunday, June 8, 2003 file photo, in New York. Dana Reeve, who fought for better treatments and possible cures for paralysis through the Christopher Reeve Foundation, named for her late actor-husband, has died, the foundation said. She was 44. Reeve died late Monday of lung cancer, said Kathy Lewis, President and CEO of the foundation.  (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg, File)AP - Dana Reeve, the singer-actress who married the strapping star of the "Superman" movies and then devoted herself to his care and his cause after he was paralyzed, has died of lung cancer, a year-and-a-half after her husband. She was 44.


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'Sopranos' Creator Is Still Family Boss (AP)
This undated publicity photo, released by HBO, shows actors Michael Imperioli, left, and James Gandolfini in a scene from the hit series 'The Sopranos.' The drama about a New Jersey crime family starts its sixth season March 12, following a 20-month hiatus. (AP Photo/HBO, Barry Wetcher)AP - Even as "The Sopranos" returns Sunday with its first new episode since June 6, 2004, long-deprived fans can be pardoned for wondering: What took David Chase so long?


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Hatcher Discloses She Was Sexually Abused (AP)
Brenda Strong, star of the television series 'Desperate Housewives', poses at the premiere of the new family comedy film 'The Shaggy Dog' in Hollywood March 7, 2006.  In the film, Tim Allen stars as a dad who turns from a family dad into a family dog and back again in this remake of the Disney classic film. The film opens March 10.  REUTERS/Fred ProuserAP - Teri Hatcher, one of the stars of ABC's "Desperate Housewives," says in the upcoming issue of Vanity Fair that her uncle sexually molested her 35 years ago.


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Paris Hilton Hit With Restraining Order (AP)
Paris Hilton is shown in Los Angeles on Feb. 28, 2006. A court commissioner has signed off on an unusual restraining order against Hilton, ordering her to stay at least 100 yards away from an event producer who claimed she threatened him, unless they're at a party together. (AP Photo/Chris Polk, File)AP - A court commissioner has signed off on an unusual restraining order against celebutante Paris Hilton, ordering her to stay at least 100 yards away from an event producer who claimed she threatened him — unless they're at a party together.


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Ang Lee's Oscar hot topic in China (Reuters)
Reuters - "Oscar honor brings joy to Chinese" read a front-page headline of Tuesday's China Daily, after "Brokeback Mountain" director Ang Lee became what the state-run paper called "the glory of Chinese cinematic talent."

Filmmaker Gordon Parks Dies at 93 (AP)
Gordon Parks poses near his home in New York, in this Nov. 10, 2000 file photo. Parks, who captured the struggles and triumphs of black America as a photographer for Life magazine and then became Hollywood's first major black director with 'The Learning Tree' and the hit 'Shaft,' died Tuesday, March 7, 2006 a family member said. He was 93. (AP Photo/Gino Domenico)AP - Gordon Parks' groundbreaking journey from poor high-school dropout to black pioneer left a legacy of stark and unblinking photographs, genre-forging movies, novels, poetry, music and even a ballet.


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Dana Reeve Dies of Lung Cancer at 44 (AP)
Christopher Reeve and his wife Dana Reeve arrive at the 57th  Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in this Sunday, June 8, 2003 file photo, in New York. Dana Reeve, who fought for better treatments and possible cures for paralysis through the Christopher Reeve Foundation, named for her late actor-husband, has died, the foundation said. She was 44. Reeve died late Monday of lung cancer, said Kathy Lewis, President and CEO of the foundation.  (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg, File)AP - Dana Reeve, the singer-actress who married the strapping star of the "Superman" movies and then devoted herself to his care and his cause after he was paralyzed, has died of lung cancer, a year-and-a-half after her husband. She was 44.


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ESPN Sets Record With North Carolina-Duke (AP)
AP - North Carolina's win over then-No. 1 Duke on Saturday was watched by an average of 3.78 million households — the largest audience for a men's college basketball game in ESPN's history.

"Grey Gardens" blooms -- Bouvier recluses revisited (Reuters)
Reuters - "Grey Gardens" is in bloom again, 30 years after the documentary film about the reclusive, eccentric relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis living in a dilapidated mansion known by that name.

Ang Lee's Oscar hot topic in China (Reuters)
Reuters - "Oscar honor brings joy to Chinese" read a front-page headline of Tuesday's China Daily, after "Brokeback Mountain" director Ang Lee became what the state-run paper called "the glory of Chinese cinematic talent."

French director falls into 'Black Hole' (Reuters)
Reuters - French filmmaker Alexandre Aja, who returns to theaters Friday with the horror remake "The Hills Have Eyes," will direct "Black Hole," a teen chiller based on an acclaimed comic book series.

'Fog' director bringing 'Giver' to theaters (Reuters)
Reuters - Vadim Perelman , who made his directorial debut with the critically acclaimed adaptation of "House of Sand and Fog," has signed on to turn the award-winning children's book "The Giver" into a feature.

Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Spyglass Entertainment has tapped Matt Johnson ("Into the Blue") to write "Baja 1000," an action adventure set against the backdrop of the annual Baja 1000 off-road race.

Filmmaker Gordon Parks Dies at 93 (AP)
Gordon Parks poses near his home in New York, in this Nov. 10, 2000 file photo. Parks, who captured the struggles and triumphs of black America as a photographer for Life magazine and then became Hollywood's first major black director with 'The Learning Tree' and the hit 'Shaft,' died Tuesday, March 7, 2006 a family member said. He was 93. (AP Photo/Gino Domenico)AP - Gordon Parks' groundbreaking journey from poor high-school dropout to black pioneer left a legacy of stark and unblinking photographs, genre-forging movies, novels, poetry, music and even a ballet.


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Dana Reeve Dies of Lung Cancer at 44 (AP)
Christopher Reeve and his wife Dana Reeve arrive at the 57th  Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in this Sunday, June 8, 2003 file photo, in New York. Dana Reeve, who fought for better treatments and possible cures for paralysis through the Christopher Reeve Foundation, named for her late actor-husband, has died, the foundation said. She was 44. Reeve died late Monday of lung cancer, said Kathy Lewis, President and CEO of the foundation.  (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg, File)AP - Dana Reeve, the singer-actress who married the strapping star of the "Superman" movies and then devoted herself to his care and his cause after he was paralyzed, has died of lung cancer, a year-and-a-half after her husband. She was 44.


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'Wedding Crashers' co-star signs for 'Lookout' (Reuters)
Reuters - Isla Fisher, who became a breakout star after her performance as Vince Vaughn's psycho lover in last year's "Wedding Crashers," has joined the cast of the crime thriller "The Lookout."

Simon Baker sees future in dark 'Sex' comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Simon Baker will star in "Sex and Death 101," a dark comedy about a man whose life is upended by a mysterious e-mail containing the names of every woman he has had sex with and, eerily, every woman he will have sex with in the future.

Paris Hilton Hit With Restraining Order (AP)
Paris Hilton is shown in Los Angeles on Feb. 28, 2006. A court commissioner has signed off on an unusual restraining order against Hilton, ordering her to stay at least 100 yards away from an event producer who claimed she threatened him, unless they're at a party together. (AP Photo/Chris Polk, File)AP - A court commissioner has signed off on an unusual restraining order against celebutante Paris Hilton, ordering her to stay at least 100 yards away from an event producer who claimed she threatened him — unless they're at a party together.


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Freeman Receives Spencer Tracy Award (AP)
Academy Award-winning actor Morgan Freeman waves after receiving the UCLA Spencer Tracy Award Tuesday, March 7, 2006, in recognition of his outstanding screen performances and professional achievements during a ceremony on the UCLA campus in Westwood, Calif. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Morgan Freeman offered sage advice to University of California, Los Angeles, students Tuesday as he accepted the university's Spencer Tracy Award for outstanding screen performances.


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Filmmaker Gordon Parks Dies at 93 (AP)
Gordon Parks poses near his home in New York, in this Nov. 10, 2000 file photo. Parks, who captured the struggles and triumphs of black America as a photographer for Life magazine and then became Hollywood's first major black director with 'The Learning Tree' and the hit 'Shaft,' died Tuesday, March 7, 2006 a family member said. He was 93. (AP Photo/Gino Domenico)AP - Gordon Parks' groundbreaking journey from poor high-school dropout to black pioneer left a legacy of stark and unblinking photographs, genre-forging movies, novels, poetry, music and even a ballet.


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Actor Leto takes his rock band on the road (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor Jared Leto, best known for his roles on the TV series "My So-Called Life" and such films as "Requiem for a Dream" and "Alexander," has faced an uphill battle as a musician since launching his rock band 30 Seconds To Mars in 2002.

Kristofferson's 'Road' still a busy one (Reuters)
Reuters - Suggest to Kris Kristofferson that he has become a gray eminence, and he responds with a hearty guffaw.

Axl Unloads on Ex-Gunners (E! Online)
Axl Rose is making his old Guns N' Roses band mates feel 
 unwelcome to the jungle.E! Online - Axl Rose is making his old Guns N' Roses band mates feel unwelcome to the jungle.


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Brown Arrested on 14-Year-Old Violations (AP)
AP - Singer Bobby Brown has been arrested for minor motor-vehicle violations dating back 14 years.

Warner Music, Music Choice, Cingular in deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Music network provider Music Choice said on Tuesday it reached a deal with Warner Music Group Corp. to provide Cingular Wireless customers music videos and other content for undisclosed terms.

Canadian indie acts feel snubbed by music awards (Reuters)
Reuters - The Canadian music industry's annual Juno Awards ceremony may feature a number of the country's leading independent acts, but some critics are aggrieved that entire genres are rarely featured on the broadcast.

Pete Doherty Charged With Drug Possession (AP)
Rock musician Pete Doherty arrives at Ealing Magistrate's Court in West London for a hearing on possession of cocaine and heroin, in this Jan 11, 2006 file photo.  Doherty, the troubled former boyfriend of supermodel Kate Moss, has been charged with possession of crack cocaine and heroin, British police said Tuesday, March 7, 2006. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)AP - Pete Doherty, the troubled former boyfriend of supermodel Kate Moss, has been charged with possession of crack cocaine and heroin, British police said Tuesday.


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Hefner Announces 2006 Playboy Jazz Fest (AP)
Hugh Hefner right, and an unidentified Playboy playmate applaud a performance during the 26th annual Playboy Jazz Festival in this June 19, 2004, file photo at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - As a boy growing up in Chicago, Hugh Hefner says he fell in love early — and it wasn't with women.


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Case Needs Better Songs on Latest Album (AP)
AP - Neko Case, "Fox Confessor Brings the Flood" (Anti- Records)

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