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Anti-War Artists Give Benefit Concert (AP)
Musician Casey Spooner of Fischerspooner performs at the  'Bring 'Em Home Now!'  concert in New York,  Monday, March 20, 2006. The concert was organized to mark the third anniversary of the Iraq War on March 20th and give voice to the Americans who support the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq.   (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)AP - Michael Stipe, Susan Sarandon, Cindy Sheehan and others marked the third anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq with a concert to benefit groups campaigning against the war.


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Carlos Santana Speaks Out Against Bush (AP)
Guitarist Carlos Santana greets reporters before his news conference in Lima, Peru on Monday, March 20, 2006. Santana performs Tuesday, March 21, during his tour 'All that I am'. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)AP - Carlos Santana quoted his old friend Jimi Hendrix in an anti-war message here Monday and said his philosophy is the antithesis of President George W. Bush's.


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Pamela Anderson Buys Las Vegas Condo Unit (AP)
Pamela Anderson arrives for the MAC cosmetics Chinese New Year party and kick off event for the Olympus Fashion week,Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006, in New York. ( AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano, FILE)AP - Pamela Anderson has bought a condo at a $1 billion luxury high-rise under construction just west of the Las Vegas Strip, its developer said Monday.


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'Chicago' Producer Sues Miramax for $10M (AP)
Oscar winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones performs 'All That Jazz,' in a scene from 'Chicago,' in this undated promotional photo. A producer of the Academy Award-winning movie 'Chicago' filed a $10 million lawsuit Monday, charging that Miramax Films Corp. failed to pay the producer its share of hundred of millions of dollars the movie earned.      (AP Photo/David James, Miramax Film Corp., File)AP - A producer of the Academy Award-winning movie "Chicago" filed a $10 million lawsuit Monday against Miramax Films Corp., accusing it of failing to his company its share of hundred of millions of dollars the movie earned.


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Della Reese Launching Clothing Line (AP)
Della Reese sings during the Detroit 300 festival in this July 20, 2001 file photo, at Hart Plaza in Detroit. Reese  has started her own clothing line called Della Reese Fashions, which will debut April 4, 2006, on the Home Shopping Network. (AP Photo/Paul Warner, File)AP - Della Reese is tired of boring clothes for larger women. So the plus-size actress and singer has started her own clothing line.


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Ringo and pals Talkin' About Harry Nilsson (Reuters)
Ringo Starr performs in New York's Bryant Park in this June 17, 2005 file photo. Starr takes part in a documentary about singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson that premiered recently at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. REUTERS/Jeff ZelevanskyReuters - Harry Nilsson, the ridiculously talented singer-songwriter singled out by the Beatles as their favorite "group," is the deserving subject of an appropriately lively documentary.


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Anti-War Artists Give Benefit Concert (AP)
Musician Casey Spooner of Fischerspooner performs at the  'Bring 'Em Home Now!'  concert in New York,  Monday, March 20, 2006. The concert was organized to mark the third anniversary of the Iraq War on March 20th and give voice to the Americans who support the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq.   (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)AP - Michael Stipe, Susan Sarandon, Cindy Sheehan and others marked the third anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq with a concert to benefit groups campaigning against the war.


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Cartoon Network expands "Adult Swim" block (Reuters)
Reuters - "Adult Swim" is on the grow.

Verizon will pay for CBS content (Reuters)
Reuters - Less than two months after CBS Corp. president Leslie Moonves told Wall Street he wanted the company to be paid for its signal, CBS snagged its first major deal with Verizon and its fledgling TV service.

Cast Set for Peter Hall 'Importance of Being Earnest' at BAM (Playbill)
Playbill - The cast for Peter Hall's production of The Importance of Being Earnest, starring Lynn Redgrave, due at the Brooklyn Academy of Music April 18-May 14, has been announced.

Ringo and pals Talkin' About Harry Nilsson (Reuters)
Ringo Starr performs in New York's Bryant Park in this June 17, 2005 file photo. Starr takes part in a documentary about singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson that premiered recently at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. REUTERS/Jeff ZelevanskyReuters - Harry Nilsson, the ridiculously talented singer-songwriter singled out by the Beatles as their favorite "group," is the deserving subject of an appropriately lively documentary.


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Coppola among competition entrants at Cannes (Reuters)
Director Sofia Coppola arrives at the Marc Jacobs show during Fashion Week in New York, September 12, 2005. After rumours that Coppola was leaning towards a September premiere in Venice, her French-shot period drama 'Marie-Antoinette,' starring Kirsten Dunst in the title role, is now a lock for Cannes competition slot. REUTERS/Seth WenigReuters - With a month to go before the Cannes Film Festival lineup is unveiled, dozens of movies have yet to be seen by selectors, but some certainties have emerged about what will be screening on the Croisette in May.


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"Brokeback" DVD ride set for April 4 (Reuters)
Winners of best adapted screenplay for 'Brokeback Mountain' (L-R) Larry McMurtry, Diana Ossana and best director Ang Lee pose after the 78th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood in this March 5, 2006 file photo. 'Brokeback Mountain,' is being rushed out on DVD on April 4, 2006 to capitalize on Oscar buzz, its distributor said March 20, 2006. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - "Brokeback Mountain," which stunningly lost the best picture Academy Award this month to "Crash," is being rushed out on DVD in two weeks to capitalize on Oscar buzz, its distributor said Monday.


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'Chicago' Producer Sues Miramax for $10M (AP)
Oscar winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones performs 'All That Jazz,' in a scene from 'Chicago,' in this undated promotional photo. A producer of the Academy Award-winning movie 'Chicago' filed a $10 million lawsuit Monday, charging that Miramax Films Corp. failed to pay the producer its share of hundred of millions of dollars the movie earned.      (AP Photo/David James, Miramax Film Corp., File)AP - A producer of the Academy Award-winning movie "Chicago" filed a $10 million lawsuit Monday against Miramax Films Corp., accusing it of failing to his company its share of hundred of millions of dollars the movie earned.


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"Vendetta" Bloodies Box Office (E! Online)
The 
 Wachowski brothers' adaptation of Alan Moore and David Lloyd's classic 
 graphic novel about rebellion against a fascist regime pulled in $25.6 
 million to handily win the weekend box office.E! Online - The Wachowski brothers' adaptation of Alan Moore and David Lloyd's classic graphic novel about rebellion against a fascist regime pulled in $25.6 million to handily win the weekend box office.


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'V for Vendetta' Takes No.1 Box Office Spot (AP)
AP - The political action thriller "V for Vendetta," starring Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman, earned $25.6 million in its debut weekend, dropping last week's leader "Failure to Launch," with a $15.6 million take, to second place.

Young, Demme Discuss 'Heart of Gold' (AP)
In this undated file photo originally provided by Paramount Classics,  Neil Young in 'Neil Young: Heart of Gold,' performs in a documentary film shot over two-nights at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The film, directed by Jonathan Demme, is part of a new batch of concert documentaries.  (AP Photo/Paramount Classics, Ken Regan)AP - For the filming of "Neil Young: Heart of Gold," Young insisted on a little superstition. Only during a full moon.


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New Crop of Concert Films Rock Theaters (AP)
In this undated file photo originally provided by Paramount Classics,  Neil Young in 'Neil Young: Heart of Gold,' performs in a documentary film shot over two-nights at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The film, directed by Jonathan Demme, is part of a new batch of concert documentaries.  (AP Photo/Paramount Classics, Ken Regan)AP - Three new concert films — "Neil Young: Heart of Gold," "Dave Chappelle's Block Party" and the Beastie Boys' "Awesome; I ... Shot That!" — take different approaches to what every performance film must reconcile: the audience.


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"V" stands for victory at box office (Reuters)
Reuters - The futuristic terrorist thriller "V For Vendetta" blew up its rivals at the weekend box office in North America, according to studio estimates released on Sunday.

'Da Vinci' Lawyer Casts Doubt on Brown (AP)
Michael Baigent, one of the authors of  'Holy Blood and the Holy Grail' book, arrives at London's High Court, for the end of a three-week trial, Monday March 20, 2006. Baigent and co-author Richard Leigh are suing 'Da Vinci Code' publisher Random House, claiming Dan Brown's mega-selling conspiracy thriller  'appropriated the architecture' of their 1982 nonfiction book. Both books explore theories _ dismissed by theologians _ that Jesus married Mary Magdalene, the couple had a child and the bloodline survives. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)AP - Arguments closed in "The Da Vinci Code" copyright case with the lawyer for the men suing the publisher of the blockbuster novel suggesting that author Dan Brown's testimony was unreliable and questioning why his wife, who helped research the best seller, did not testify.


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Anti-War Artists Give Benefit Concert (AP)
Musician Casey Spooner of Fischerspooner performs at the  'Bring 'Em Home Now!'  concert in New York,  Monday, March 20, 2006. The concert was organized to mark the third anniversary of the Iraq War on March 20th and give voice to the Americans who support the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq.   (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)AP - Michael Stipe, Susan Sarandon, Cindy Sheehan and others marked the third anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq with a concert to benefit groups campaigning against the war.


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Carlos Santana Speaks Out Against Bush (AP)
Guitarist Carlos Santana greets reporters before his news conference in Lima, Peru on Monday, March 20, 2006. Santana performs Tuesday, March 21, during his tour 'All that I am'. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)AP - Carlos Santana quoted his old friend Jimi Hendrix in an anti-war message here Monday and said his philosophy is the antithesis of President George W. Bush's.


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Dancer Sues After Firing From 'Movin' Out' (AP)
AP - A dancer-actress who says she was harassed for having large breasts and a serious toe injury is suing owners and managers of the touring version of Broadway's "Movin' Out" for more than $100 million.

SXSW highlights: Anderson, Escovedo, Woggles (Reuters)
Alejandro Escovedo performs during a concert to benefit the South Asia tsunami relief effort, in Austin, Texas, in this January 9, 2005 file photo. Escovedo's private show for the press was a highlight of the 2006 South By Southwest Music Conference & Festival, according to Chris Morris of The Hollywood Reporter. REUTERS/Jeff MitchellReuters - This year's South By Southwest Music Conference & Festival in Austin was a zoo, with more than 15,000 animals prowling the downtown streets at nighttime showcases and clogging the clubs for daytime parties and unsanctioned gigs.


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Shot-Out TV Part of Elvis Exhibit in Tenn. (AP)
AP - Elvis Presley had a reputation as a night owl and a new exhibit that opened Monday at Graceland gives a peek into his nocturnal activities.

Skynyrd, 3 Doors Down making "Trouble" on tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Lynyrd Skynyrd and 3 Doors Down will co-headline a 15-date tour, which begins June 25 in Cincinnati.

Stones to play for millionth fan at Tokyo Dome (Reuters)
Reuters - Sixteen years after the Rolling Stones first toured Japan, the venerable British rockers are set to play this week for the one-millionth fan to hear them in the cavernous Tokyo Dome.

Young, Demme Discuss 'Heart of Gold' (AP)
In this undated file photo originally provided by Paramount Classics,  Neil Young in 'Neil Young: Heart of Gold,' performs in a documentary film shot over two-nights at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The film, directed by Jonathan Demme, is part of a new batch of concert documentaries.  (AP Photo/Paramount Classics, Ken Regan)AP - For the filming of "Neil Young: Heart of Gold," Young insisted on a little superstition. Only during a full moon.


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New Crop of Concert Films Rock Theaters (AP)
In this undated file photo originally provided by Paramount Classics,  Neil Young in 'Neil Young: Heart of Gold,' performs in a documentary film shot over two-nights at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The film, directed by Jonathan Demme, is part of a new batch of concert documentaries.  (AP Photo/Paramount Classics, Ken Regan)AP - Three new concert films — "Neil Young: Heart of Gold," "Dave Chappelle's Block Party" and the Beastie Boys' "Awesome; I ... Shot That!" — take different approaches to what every performance film must reconcile: the audience.


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Teddy Geiger Mature in 'Underage Thinking' (AP)
AP - Teddy Geiger, "Underage Thinking" (Columbia)

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