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Black Sabbath, Blondie Enter Rock Hall (AP)
Black Sabbath's Ozzy Osbourne, right, and Geezer Butler, left, accept the award after the band's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame during ceremonies, Monday, March 13, 2006 in New York. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Between an ugly feud among Blondie members spilling over onstage and a rancorous letter from the absent Sex Pistols, the latest Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class did not enter quietly on Monday.


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'American Idol' Gets Own Live Pre-Show (AP)
In this undated publicity photo released by the TV Guide Channel, Kimberly Caldwell, left, and Rosanna Tavarez pose for a photo. Caldwell and Tavarez will host an hour long, live pre-show before each of the remaining 'American Idol' telecasts called 'Idol Tonight,' begining Tuesday, March 14, 2006. (AP Photo/TV Guide Channel)AP - Just like the Academy Awards, "American Idol" now merits its own pre-show. Beginning Tuesday, the TV Guide Channel will present an hourlong, live pre-show before each of this season's remaining "American Idol" telecasts.


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Actress Maureen Stapleton Dies at 80 (AP)
Maureen Stapleton is seen in Sept. 1982. Stapleton, an Oscar-winning character actress whose subtle vulnerability and down-to-earth toughness earned her dramatic and comedic roles on stage, screen, and television, died Monday, March 13, 2006, in the Berkshire hills town of Lenox,Mass. She was 80. (AP Photo)AP - Maureen Stapleton, an Oscar-winning character actress whose subtle vulnerability and down-to-earth toughness earned her dramatic and comedic roles on stage, screen, and television, died Monday. She was 80.


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The Killers Ask Judge to Toss Out Claim (AP)
AP - The rock group The Killers and their lawyer-manager asked a federal judge Monday to throw out a $16 million breach of contract lawsuit from the band's former manager.

Calif. Plane Crash Kills Ex-TV Host, Wife (AP)
In this undated photo released by the Game Show Network, Peter Tomarken, host of the hit 1980s game show 'Press Your Luck,' is seen. Tomarken and his wife were killed Monday, March 13, 2006, when their small plane crashed in Santa Monica Bay shortly after takeoff on a volunteer medical transportation flight, authorities said. (AP Photo/GSN)AP - A former TV game show host and his wife were killed Monday morning when their small plane crashed into Santa Monica Bay shortly after takeoff on a volunteer flight for a medical charity, authorities said.


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Canada's top movie awards go 'C.R.A.Z.Y.' (Reuters)
Reuters - A French-language, gay-themed coming-of-age drama about a large Catholic family dominated Canada's Genie film awards Monday, taking home 10 prizes, including best film and director.

Sex Pistols spurn Hall of Fame, rebel rockers honored (Reuters)
Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon (long known as Johnny Rotten) performs in Boston, August 20, 2003. Rebel rockers Sex Pistols, Black Sabbath and Lynyrd Skynyrd were finally ushered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Monday after years of rejection but the Sex Pistols didn't bother to show up. REUTERS/Jim BourgReuters - Rebel rockers the Sex Pistols, Black Sabbath and Lynyrd Skynyrd were finally ushered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Monday after years of rejection but the Sex Pistols didn't bother to show up.


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ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" outshines "Housewives" (Reuters)
Cast members of the television drama series 'Grey's Anatomy' (L-R) James Pickens, Sandra Oh, director Peter Horton, actress Kate Walsh and Katherine Heigl in Los Angeles, February 25, 2006. The white-hot medical drama is the new king of Sunday night , according to preliminary estimates from Nielsen Media Research. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" is the new king of Sunday night.


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USA Network casts viewers for new site (Reuters)
Reuters - USA Network is creating its own social-networking headquarters with http://www.ShowUsYourCharacter.com, an online community where viewers not only can chat about the network's quirky TV personalities like "Monk" but also rival them with their own chance to be coined America's most unique character.

Actress Maureen Stapleton dead at age 80 (Reuters)
Actress Maureen Stapleton, portraying the role of Emma Goldman in the 1981 film 'Reds' for which she won the 1981 Academy Award for best supporting actress, is shown in this undated handout photo. Stapleton died on March 13, 2006 at her home in Lenox, Massachusetts with her son and daughter at her side. Stapleton, 80, was also known for her stage roles in Tennessee Williams' plays, as well as other films such as 'Airport.' REUTERS/Paramount Studios/HandoutReuters - Oscar and Tony winning actress Maureen Stapleton, famed for feisty, down-to-earth stage roles in Tennessee Williams and Neil Simon plays and for such films as "Reds" and "Cocoon," died on Monday at age 80.


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Canada's top movie awards go 'C.R.A.Z.Y.' (Reuters)
Reuters - A French-language, gay-themed coming-of-age drama about a large Catholic family dominated Canada's Genie film awards Monday, taking home 10 prizes, including best film and director.

Don Cheadle could play Miles Davis in biopic (Reuters)
Reuters - Jazz legend Miles Davis, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Monday, may be resurrected in a biographical movie with Don Cheadle playing the lead, Davis' family said.

German filmmakers play rough (Reuters)
Reuters - Moviegoers at this year's Berlin International Film Festival could be forgiven for thinking that Germany is coming apart at the seams.

Worldwide box office revenue down 9 pct in '05 (Reuters)
A boy looks at a DVD of the latest Harry Potter movie at a stall in a Moscow subway December 11, 2005. Piracy remains an issue of immediate concern especially in China and Russia, where most good quality pirated copies of films originate and make their way around the world. REUTERS/Alexander NatruskinReuters - Worldwide box office revenues fell by 9 percent in 2005 but the industry expects better results this year, Motion Picture Association of America Chief Executive Dan Glickman said on Monday.


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Actress Maureen Stapleton Dies at 80 (AP)
Maureen Stapleton is seen in Sept. 1982. Stapleton, an Oscar-winning character actress whose subtle vulnerability and down-to-earth toughness earned her dramatic and comedic roles on stage, screen, and television, died Monday, March 13, 2006, in the Berkshire hills town of Lenox,Mass. She was 80. (AP Photo)AP - Maureen Stapleton, an Oscar-winning character actress whose subtle vulnerability and down-to-earth toughness earned her dramatic and comedic roles on stage, screen, and television, died Monday. She was 80.


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Sean Connery Has Surgery for Kidney Tumor (AP)
British actor Sir Sean Connery arrives for the European Film Awards 2005 in Berlin on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2005 to receive the European Film Academy Lifetime Achievement Award for his impressive dedication to the world of film for over fifty years. Connery has undergone surgery for a kidney tumor and is now recovering at home, his spokesman said Sunday, March 12, 2006. The 75-year-old Scottish star underwent surgery a few weeks ago in New York and is recuperating at his house in the Bahamas, spokesman James Barron said. (AP Photo/Fritz Reiss)AP - Sean Connery has undergone surgery for a kidney tumor and is recovering at his home in the Bahamas, his spokesman said Sunday.


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Actress Maureen Stapleton dead at age 80 (Reuters)
Actress Maureen Stapleton, portraying the role of Emma Goldman in the 1981 film 'Reds' for which she won the 1981 Academy Award for best supporting actress, is shown in this undated handout photo. Stapleton died on March 13, 2006 at her home in Lenox, Massachusetts with her son and daughter at her side. Stapleton, 80, was also known for her stage roles in Tennessee Williams' plays, as well as other films such as 'Airport.' REUTERS/Paramount Studios/HandoutReuters - Oscar and Tony winning actress Maureen Stapleton, famed for feisty, down-to-earth stage roles in Tennessee Williams and Neil Simon plays and for such films as "Reds" and "Cocoon," died on Monday at age 80.


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'Failure to Launch' Lands at No. 1 Spot (AP)
AP - The romantic comedy "Failure to Launch" soared to the top of the weekend box office, opening with $24.4 million in ticket sales.

No Failure in This "Launch" (E! Online)
Title notwithstanding, Failure to Launch had no trouble 
 getting off the pad.E! Online - Title notwithstanding, Failure to Launch had no trouble getting off the pad.


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Variety's Peter Bart Talks History (AP)
AP - Old school met new school with Peter Bart's first-ever appearance at the South by Southwest film festival.

Sex Pistols spurn Hall of Fame, rebel rockers honored (Reuters)
Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon (long known as Johnny Rotten) performs in Boston, August 20, 2003. Rebel rockers Sex Pistols, Black Sabbath and Lynyrd Skynyrd were finally ushered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Monday after years of rejection but the Sex Pistols didn't bother to show up. REUTERS/Jim BourgReuters - Rebel rockers the Sex Pistols, Black Sabbath and Lynyrd Skynyrd were finally ushered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Monday after years of rejection but the Sex Pistols didn't bother to show up.


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Black Sabbath, Blondie Enter Rock Hall (AP)
Black Sabbath's Ozzy Osbourne, right, and Geezer Butler, left, accept the award after the band's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame during ceremonies, Monday, March 13, 2006 in New York. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Between an ugly feud among Blondie members spilling over onstage and a rancorous letter from the absent Sex Pistols, the latest Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class did not enter quietly on Monday.


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No Contest for Master P, Silkk (E! Online)
The 
 founder of No Limit Records and his kid brother, hip-hopster Silkk the 
 Shocker, pleaded no contest Monday to illegal gun charges, the Los 
 Angeles District Attorney's office confirmed.E! Online - The founder of No Limit Records and his kid brother, hip-hopster Silkk the Shocker, pleaded no contest Monday to illegal gun charges, the Los Angeles District Attorney's office confirmed.


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U2 reschedules Asia-Pacific shows (Reuters)
Reuters - In the wake of their postponement last week, the 10 final shows of U2's Vertigo tour will be rescheduled for November, singer Bono told an Australian TV show Monday. An official announcement could be made as early as Tuesday, he hinted.

The Killers Ask Judge to Toss Out Claim (AP)
AP - The rock group The Killers and their lawyer-manager asked a federal judge Monday to throw out a $16 million breach of contract lawsuit from the band's former manager.

'American Idol' Gets Own Live Pre-Show (AP)
In this undated publicity photo released by the TV Guide Channel, Kimberly Caldwell, left, and Rosanna Tavarez pose for a photo. Caldwell and Tavarez will host an hour long, live pre-show before each of the remaining 'American Idol' telecasts called 'Idol Tonight,' begining Tuesday, March 14, 2006. (AP Photo/TV Guide Channel)AP - Just like the Academy Awards, "American Idol" now merits its own pre-show. Beginning Tuesday, the TV Guide Channel will present an hourlong, live pre-show before each of this season's remaining "American Idol" telecasts.


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Young Jeezy Busted on Gun Rap (E! Online)
How's this for thug motivation for Young Jeezy: Try not to get 
 into trouble.E! Online - How's this for thug motivation for Young Jeezy: Try not to get into trouble.


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Master P Pleads No Contest on Gun Charge (AP)
Rap artist Master P poses at the 4th annual Cadillac Celebrity Go-Cart race during Super Bowl XL week in Detroit, Michigan February 4, 2006. Master P was sentenced to 40 hours of community service on Monday as part of a plea deal with prosecutors to resolve gun charges. REUTERS/David SnyderAP - In a deal with prosecutors, rapper Master P pleaded no contest Monday to a misdemeanor gun charge and was placed on probation for three years.


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Master P sentenced to community service (Reuters)
Reuters - Rapper and "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Master P was sentenced to 40 hours of community service on Monday as part of a plea deal with prosecutors to resolve gun charges.

Musicians Descend on Austin for SXSW (AP)
AP - The 20th annual South by Southwest music festival, which begins Wednesday in Austin, Texas, features a few veterans who exemplify the fest's independent streak.

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