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'American Idol' Axes Four More Contestants (AP)
This photo released by Fox shows 'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest, right, with contestants Becky O' Donohue, left, and Brenna Gethers as they await America's decision on who will stay and who will be eliminated on a show that aired on Feb. 24, 2006. For those who can't get enough of 'American Idol,' the Fox Reality cable channel plans to air a new show called 'American Idol Extra,' that promises to reveal 'the backstage drama of what really happens' on the top-rated Fox TV series after contestants are voted off each week, according to a network release. The series is set to debut March 16. (AP Photo/Fox)AP - Twelve down, 12 to go. The popular talent show "American Idol" axed four more contestants Thursday night, slimming the competition to 12 aspiring singers.


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Lance Armstrong Comforts Dana Reeve's Son (AP)
Champion cyclist Lance Armstrong poses for photographers as he arrives at the world premiere of the film 'Failure to Launch', in New York, Wednesday, March 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Lance Armstrong spent Wednesday morning comforting 13-year-old Will Reeve, less than two days after his mother, Dana Reeve, died of lung cancer.


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Stapp Won't Be Charged in Airport Incident (AP)
Former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp is seen in this  Nov. 25, 2005 file photo in Burbank, Calif.  Former Creed singer Scott Stapp expressed gratitude Thursday, March 11, 2006 that prosecutors didn't charge him with public drunkenness for an incident at Los Angeles International Airport, and he promised to get his life together and start keeping his name out of the tabloids. (AP Photo/Kim D. Johnson)AP - Former Creed singer Scott Stapp expressed gratitude Thursday that prosecutors didn't charge him with public drunkenness for an incident at Los Angeles International Airport, and he promised to get his life together and start keeping his name out of the tabloids.


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Fox Reality to Show 'American Idol Extra' (AP)
This photo released by Fox shows 'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest, right, with contestants Becky O' Donohue, left, and Brenna Gethers as they await America's decision on who will stay and who will be eliminated on a show that aired on Feb. 24, 2006. For those who can't get enough of 'American Idol,' the Fox Reality cable channel plans to air a new show called 'American Idol Extra,' that promises to reveal 'the backstage drama of what really happens' on the top-rated Fox TV series after contestants are voted off each week, according to a network release. The series is set to debut March 16. (AP Photo/Fox)AP - For those who can't get enough of "American Idol," the Fox Reality cable channel is coming to the rescue.


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Two Indicted for Pirating Ryan Adams Music (AP)
AP - Two men are accused of violating copyright laws by posting music by alternative country artist Ryan Adams on a Web site before its public release, federal officials said Thursday.

South by Southwest Film Fest Lures Stars (AP)
This 2005 photo, supplied by Picturehouse, shows Garrison Kiellor, Meryl Streep and Lindsay Lohan, right, in scene from 'A Prairie Home Companion.' Robert Altman's star-studded movie is making its North American premiere on Friday, March 10, 2006, opening night of the South by Southwest film festival  in Austin Texas. (AP  Photo/Picturehouse,Melinda Sue GordonAP - With Robert Altman's star-studded "A Prairie Home Companion" making its North American premiere on opening night Friday, and celebrities including Charlize Theron, Ray Romano, Brad Garrett and Erykah Badu appearing throughout the week, the South by Southwest film festival only looks like it's gone Hollywood.


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Stapp Won't Be Charged in Airport Incident (AP)
Former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp is seen in this  Nov. 25, 2005 file photo in Burbank, Calif.  Former Creed singer Scott Stapp expressed gratitude Thursday, March 11, 2006 that prosecutors didn't charge him with public drunkenness for an incident at Los Angeles International Airport, and he promised to get his life together and start keeping his name out of the tabloids. (AP Photo/Kim D. Johnson)AP - Former Creed singer Scott Stapp expressed gratitude Thursday that prosecutors didn't charge him with public drunkenness for an incident at Los Angeles International Airport, and he promised to get his life together and start keeping his name out of the tabloids.


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'American Idol' Axes Four More Contestants (AP)
This photo released by Fox shows 'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest, right, with contestants Becky O' Donohue, left, and Brenna Gethers as they await America's decision on who will stay and who will be eliminated on a show that aired on Feb. 24, 2006. For those who can't get enough of 'American Idol,' the Fox Reality cable channel plans to air a new show called 'American Idol Extra,' that promises to reveal 'the backstage drama of what really happens' on the top-rated Fox TV series after contestants are voted off each week, according to a network release. The series is set to debut March 16. (AP Photo/Fox)AP - Twelve down, 12 to go. The popular talent show "American Idol" axed four more contestants Thursday night, slimming the competition to 12 aspiring singers.


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Investor group plans bid for Univision: source (Reuters)
A Televisa worker monitors a screen in Mexico City in an undated file photo. A group of investors including Mexican broadcaster Televisa is planning to launch a bid for Spanish-language U.S. media company Univision Communications Inc., which is eyeing a sale, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. REUTERS/Andrew WinningReuters - A group of investors including Mexican broadcaster Televisa is planning to launch a bid for Spanish-language U.S. media company Univision Communications Inc., a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday.


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Philly Native Edwin Forrest, That 19th Century Star, Gets a Day All His Own (Playbill)
Playbill - Philadelphia area theatres will celebrate the 200th birthday of Edwin Forrest, one of Philadelphia's most famous actors, on March 9.

South by Southwest Film Fest Lures Stars (AP)
This 2005 photo, supplied by Picturehouse, shows Garrison Kiellor, Meryl Streep and Lindsay Lohan, right, in scene from 'A Prairie Home Companion.' Robert Altman's star-studded movie is making its North American premiere on Friday, March 10, 2006, opening night of the South by Southwest film festival  in Austin Texas. (AP  Photo/Picturehouse,Melinda Sue GordonAP - With Robert Altman's star-studded "A Prairie Home Companion" making its North American premiere on opening night Friday, and celebrities including Charlize Theron, Ray Romano, Brad Garrett and Erykah Badu appearing throughout the week, the South by Southwest film festival only looks like it's gone Hollywood.


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Bullock to Star in 'Peyton Place' Film (AP)
Actress Sandra Bullock arrives for the Academy Awards Sunday, March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles. Bullock has agreed to star in a film about 'Peyton Place' author Grace Metalious, whose million-selling novel scandalized the nation 50 years ago and eventually ruined the author's life. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Sandra Bullock has agreed to star in a film about "Peyton Place" author Grace Metalious, whose million-selling novel scandalized the nation 50 years ago and eventually ruined the author's life.


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Dallas Urges Local Filming of TV Spinoff (AP)
This undated photo provided by the Dallas Film Commission shows Veronica Torres wearing a shirt reading 'Shoot JR in Dallas' which is part of a  campaign hoping to get the movie's producers shoot a movie version of the long-running 'Dallas' television series in North Texas. (AP Photo/Dallas Film Commission/Meg Gould)AP - City officials say there's no substitute for the original when it comes to producing a movie version of the long-running "Dallas" television series.


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Faster, Higher, Stronger...Hoth? (E! Online)
Shane Igoe has a solution for what ails the Winter Olympics: 
 Hoth.E! Online - Shane Igoe has a solution for what ails the Winter Olympics: Hoth.


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DreamWorks 4Q Profit Down but Tops Views (AP)
This undated file photo originally provided by DreamWorks, shows Wallace and Gromit the stars of 'Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.' After they won a fourth Oscar for their creator, fans in the pair's hometown called Tuesday, March 7, 2006, for a statue to be erected of the balding cheese lover and his long-suffering canine companion.A local councilor in Bristol,  where Nick Park and Aardman Animations created the now-famous duo, said it was time to recognize the contribution that Wallace and Gromit have made to the city in southwest England (AP Photo/DreamWorks)AP - Fourth quarter profits fell by more than half at DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. as DVD sales of "Madagascar" failed to match last year's box office receipts from the blockbuster "Shrek 2."


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'Maria' star Moreno journeys to 'Earth' (Reuters)
Actress Catalina Sandino Moreno arrives in New York February 27, 2006. Moreno, who received an Oscar nomination last year for playing a drug mule in 'Maria Full of Grace,' will star in the 19th century drama 'The Heart of the Earth,' producers announced Thursday. REUTERS/Keith BedfordReuters - Colombian actress Catalina Sandino Moreno, who received an Oscar nomination last year for playing a drug mule in "Maria Full of Grace," will star in the 19th century drama "The Heart of the Earth," producers announced Thursday.


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Gay-themed films riding 'Brokeback' coattails (Reuters)
Reuters - "Brokeback Mountain" might not have earned the best picture Academy Award, but with three Oscars to its name, including Ang Lee's win as best director, the gay-cowboy romance may have more impact on Hollywood than any other of this year's nominees.

MGM Preps "Panther," "Crown" Sequels (E! Online)
Thomas Crown is getting ready for one more heist, and Inspector 
 Clouseau is on the case.E! Online - Thomas Crown is getting ready for one more heist, and Inspector Clouseau is on the case.


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'Harry Potter' DVD Sells 5 Million Copies (AP)
Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron arrives at the European premiere of 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' at the Odeon Leicester Square in London in this May 30, 2004 file photo. Fame has not gone to the Oscar nominee Cuaron's head, but to his heart whose movies include critical hit Y Tu Mama Tambien and box office smash Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, is using his new prestige to support younger filmmakers by acting as a producer of their movies. To match feature Leisure Cuaron      REUTERS/David Bebber/FilesAP - Harry Potter has outdone himself.


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Blond Bond stirred by criticism, but not shaken (Reuters)
British actor Daniel Craig poses for photographs in central London, October 14, 2005. Hounded by mounting criticism -- even a threatened boycott -- for picking a blond actor to play the part of the world's most famous dark-haired spy, the makers of the next James Bond movie 'Casino Royale' this week assured 007 fans that ruggedly handsome Englishman Craig will be everything they have come to expect, and perhaps more. REUTERS/Stephen HirdReuters - Is the next James Bond too blond for Her Majesty's Secret Service? Stricken by heat rash? Licensed to kill but not licensed to drive the famous stick-shift Aston Martin sports car?


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Stapp Won't Be Charged in Airport Incident (AP)
Former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp is seen in this  Nov. 25, 2005 file photo in Burbank, Calif.  Former Creed singer Scott Stapp expressed gratitude Thursday, March 11, 2006 that prosecutors didn't charge him with public drunkenness for an incident at Los Angeles International Airport, and he promised to get his life together and start keeping his name out of the tabloids. (AP Photo/Kim D. Johnson)AP - Former Creed singer Scott Stapp expressed gratitude Thursday that prosecutors didn't charge him with public drunkenness for an incident at Los Angeles International Airport, and he promised to get his life together and start keeping his name out of the tabloids.


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Workers Barred From Neverland Ranch (AP)
Two elephants are led around pop star Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch home in this Dec. 17, 2004 file photo, in Santa Ynez, Calif. The state barred workers from Jackson's Neverland Ranch on Thursday, March 9, 2006, and fined the singer $69,000 because the estate's workers compensation insurance policy had lapsed. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)AP - The state barred workers from Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch on Thursday and fined the singer $69,000 because the estate's workers compensation insurance policy had lapsed.


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'American Idol' Axes Four More Contestants (AP)
This photo released by Fox shows 'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest, right, with contestants Becky O' Donohue, left, and Brenna Gethers as they await America's decision on who will stay and who will be eliminated on a show that aired on Feb. 24, 2006. For those who can't get enough of 'American Idol,' the Fox Reality cable channel plans to air a new show called 'American Idol Extra,' that promises to reveal 'the backstage drama of what really happens' on the top-rated Fox TV series after contestants are voted off each week, according to a network release. The series is set to debut March 16. (AP Photo/Fox)AP - Twelve down, 12 to go. The popular talent show "American Idol" axed four more contestants Thursday night, slimming the competition to 12 aspiring singers.


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Conductor Returns to N.Y. for More Tests (AP)
AP - Conductor James Levine has returned to New York and is having additional tests on his injured shoulder.

Cheaper 'Daily' dose on iTunes (Reuters)
A man holds an iPod as he sits in front of an Apple Powerbook laptop running iTunes software. US-based Apple Computers crossed the billion-song threshold at its internationally popular online iTunes music store.(AFP/DDP/File/Oliver Stratmann)Reuters - Viacom's Comedy Central is breaking the mold of iTunes television pricing.


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Two Indicted for Pirating Ryan Adams Music (AP)
AP - Two men are accused of violating copyright laws by posting music by alternative country artist Ryan Adams on a Web site before its public release, federal officials said Thursday.

Fox Reality to Show 'American Idol Extra' (AP)
This photo released by Fox shows 'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest, right, with contestants Becky O' Donohue, left, and Brenna Gethers as they await America's decision on who will stay and who will be eliminated on a show that aired on Feb. 24, 2006. For those who can't get enough of 'American Idol,' the Fox Reality cable channel plans to air a new show called 'American Idol Extra,' that promises to reveal 'the backstage drama of what really happens' on the top-rated Fox TV series after contestants are voted off each week, according to a network release. The series is set to debut March 16. (AP Photo/Fox)AP - For those who can't get enough of "American Idol," the Fox Reality cable channel is coming to the rescue.


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Jackson ordered to close Neverland (Reuters)
Aerial view of amusement park type rides inside Michael Jackson's ranch near Santa Barbara, November 18, 2003. Jackson was ordered to shut down his Neverland Valley Ranch on Thursday by California authorities who have fined the pop star $169,000 for failing to pay his employees or maintain proper insurance. REUTERS/Max MorseReuters - Michael Jackson was ordered to shut down his Neverland Valley Ranch on Thursday by California authorities who have fined the pop star $169,000 for failing to pay his employees or maintain proper insurance.


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German Neo-Nazis quash left-wing musician's show (Reuters)
Reuters - Neo-Nazis in the eastern German state of Sachsen-Anhalt have successfully blocked a benefit concert by a left-wing singer-songwriter.

Rock act Tool set to issue first album in 5 years (Reuters)
Reuters - Rock act Tool will break a five-year silence on May 2 with its next album, "10,000 Days."

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