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Prince tops US charts for first time in 17 years (Reuters)
Musician Prince performs at the Brit Awards in London in this February 15, 2006 file photo. On March 29, Prince's record label said he had scored his first No. 1 album on the U.S. pop charts in almost 17 years with his latest release, '3121.' (Kieran Doherty/Reuters)Reuters - Innovative funk rocker Prince scored his first No. 1 album on the U.S. pop charts in almost 17 years with his latest release, "3121," his record label said on Wednesday.


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September 11 plane drama to open NY film festival (Reuters)
A screenshot from the upcoming movie 'United 93.' 'United 93,' a film dramatization of the events on the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania on September 11, will have its world premiere at a New York film festival next month. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "United 93," a film dramatization of the events on the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania on September 11, will have its world premiere at a New York film festival next month.


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Paula Abdul agrees to three more years of "Idol" (Reuters)
America Idol judge Paula Abdul arrives for the 2005 American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in this November 22, 2005 file photo. Abdul has signed on for three more years as the counterpoint to brutally honest Simon Cowell on TV's hottest show, the Fox network said on March 29, 2006. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Bubbly "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul has signed on for three more years as the counterpoint to brutally honest Simon Cowell on TV's hottest show, the Fox network said on Wednesday.


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TV downloads break new barrier with "Scrubs" deal (Reuters)
Actor Zach Braff, star of the TV show 'Scrubs', poses at the 'Chicken Little' premiere in Hollywood in this October 30, 2005 file photo. In another first for the fledgling world of 'on-demand' television, NBC and the sister studio of rival network ABC have teamed up to make 'Scrubs,' available for Internet downloads. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - In another first for the fledgling world of "on-demand" television, NBC and the sister studio of rival network ABC have teamed up to make a prime-time show of shared interest, "Scrubs," available for Internet downloads.


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Oprah Winfrey Won't Host Tony Awards (AP)
Oprah Winfrey arrives for the opening night of her new Broadway play 'The Color Purple' on  Dec. 1, 2005, in New York. The talk show queen, one of the show's producers, says Wednesday, March 29, 2006, through a spokesperson, that she will not host the 2006 Tony Awards, but she will attend the annual celebration of the best of the Broadway season.(AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Oprah Winfrey will not be the new Hugh Jackman at the 2006 Tony Awards. But the talk show queen, one of the producers of the stage version of "The Color Purple," says she will attend the annual celebration of the best of the Broadway season.


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Ben Stiller rides 'Big Wave' (Reuters)
Ben Stiller crushes an egg at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, June 4, 2005. Stiller is ready to hang 10, producing 'Big Wave,' a surfing comedy based on his own idea. (Fred Greaves/Reuters)Reuters - Ben Stiller is ready to hang 10, producing "Big Wave," a surfing comedy based on his own idea.


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Paris, Three 6 Mafia Hit the Studio (E! Online)
Three 6 Mafia just made it easier out there for an heiress.E! Online - Three 6 Mafia just made it easier out there for an heiress.


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"Idol" Says So Long to Little Lisa (E! Online)
Because of you, America, 16-year-old Lisa Tucker was voted off of 
 American Idol Wednesday night.E! Online - Because of you, America, 16-year-old Lisa Tucker was voted off of American Idol Wednesday night.


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HP Restructures, Putting More Assignments In Play (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The addition of McCann Erickson to Hewlett-Packard's global roster last week is the second major account shuffle by the technology giant this month--and it likely won't be the last.

"Lord of the Rings" spectacularly dull on stage (Reuters)
'The Lord Of The Rings' cast members Peter Howe as 'Samwise Gamgee' (L), Brent Carver as 'Gandalf' (C) and James Loye as 'Frodo' take their curtain call at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto, March 23, 2006. With a cast of 55, a running time of 3-1/2 hours, an estimated cost of $27 million and a boast that this is a new genre of theater, 'The Lord of the Rings' finally has opened. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)Reuters - First there was the trilogy of books. Then there were the films. Now there is the theatrical extravaganza.


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Ben Stiller rides 'Big Wave' (Reuters)
Ben Stiller crushes an egg at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, June 4, 2005. Stiller is ready to hang 10, producing 'Big Wave,' a surfing comedy based on his own idea. (Fred Greaves/Reuters)Reuters - Ben Stiller is ready to hang 10, producing "Big Wave," a surfing comedy based on his own idea.


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"Black Hawk" going down DVD path for fourth time (Reuters)
A woman passes a billboard for 'Black Hawk Down' in Kuala Lumpur in a 2002 file photo. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced that on June 6 it will release the 'Extended Cut' edition of Ridley Scott's 'Black Hawk Down,' the fourth time the studio has issued the Academy Award-winning war movie on DVD. (Bazuki Muhammad/Reuters)Reuters - When the topic of DVD double-dipping comes up, "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" quickly is held up as the most blatant example.


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Director Rob Reiner resigns from Calif. commission (Reuters)
Actor-director Rob Reiner arrives at the movie premiere of 'Looking For Comedy in the Muslim World' in Los Angeles, California in this January 12, 2006 file photo. Reiner, accused of abusing his role as head of a California commission by spending state funds to promote a campaign to fund preschool, resigned from the job on March 29. (Michael Tweed/Reuters)Reuters - Actor-director Rob Reiner, accused of abusing his role as head of a California commission by spending state funds to promote a campaign to fund preschool, resigned from the job on Wednesday.


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Reiner Steps Down From Preschool Panel (AP)
Actor and director Rob Reiner speaks during a meeting of the Sacramento Press Club, in Sacramento, Calif., in this March 14, 2006, file photo where he defended his promotion of a preschool initiative scheduled for the June ballot. Reiner resigned Wednesday from the California First 5 Commission, a statewide preschool commission he helped create, and blamed 'personal political attacks' for endangering services for needy children. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)AP - Complaining of "personal political attacks," Hollywood director Rob Reiner resigned Wednesday from a statewide preschool commission he helped create.


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'United 93' to Open Tribeca Film Festival (AP)
This photo supplied by Universal Pictures shows Becky London and Tom O'Rourke in a scene from the movie  'United 93.'  The film by writer-director Paul Greengrass tells the story of the passengers and crew, their families on the ground and the flight controllers who watched in dawning horror as United Airlines Flight 93 became the fourth hijacked plane on the day of the worst terrorist attacks on American soil: September 11, 2001. The movie will make its world premiere on opening night at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival. The festival, which was created to help lower Manhattan recover economically from the attacks, begins April 25 and runs through May 7.'United 93' is to open in theaters on April 28, 2006.(AP Photo/Universal Pictures,Jonathan Olley)AP - Nearly five years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, "United 93," about one of the doomed flights that day, will make its world premiere on opening night at the Tribeca Film Festival.


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September 11 plane drama to open NY film festival (Reuters)
A screenshot from the upcoming movie 'United 93.' 'United 93,' a film dramatization of the events on the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania on September 11, will have its world premiere at a New York film festival next month. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "United 93," a film dramatization of the events on the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania on September 11, will have its world premiere at a New York film festival next month.


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Q&A With T.I., Star of 'ATL' (AP)
Rapper T.I. is photographed at MTV studios in New York on March 24, 2006. The self-proclaimed 'King of the South' has his film debut in 'ATL,' in which he plays a teen in an impoverished section of Atlanta who faces multiple challenges _ chief among them trying to keep his younger brother from falling prey to the lure of drug dealing.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - In the new movie "ATL," T.I. plays a teen in an impoverished section of Atlanta who faces multiple challenges — chief among them trying to keep his younger brother from falling prey to the lure of drug dealing.


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Movie theater execs fight shrinking DVD window (Reuters)
Walt Disney Co. chief executive Robert Iger speaks at a party at Hong Kong Disneyland in this September 10, 2005 file photo. Iger has called for a shortening of the period between a film's release on the big screen and on DVD but on March 29, 2006 executives from top movie theater chains rejected the idea. (Bobby Yip/Reuters)Reuters - Executives from top movie theater chains on Wednesday dismissed calls to shorten the period between a film's release on the big screen and on DVD, saying it would be harmful to studios, theaters and consumers.


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Regal, Carmike see stronger 2006 box office revenue (Reuters)
Reuters - Box office revenue at U.S. theaters has begun rising and may beat last year's total, representatives for two of the top movie theater chains told analysts at a conference on Wednesday.

Julia Roberts Makes Broadway Debut (AP)
Julia Roberts poses during a star-studded evening to charity benefit  in New York's Lincoln Center on April 21, 2005.  The first lines spoken by Roberts in her Broadway debut were drowned out by applause at an eagerly awaited preview of 'Three Days of Rain.' The play, which started previews Tuesday, March 28, 2006, and opens April 19, is Roberts' first major project since the birth of her 16-month-old twins, Phinnaeus and Hazel. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - The first lines spoken by Julia Roberts in her Broadway debut were drowned out by applause at an eagerly awaited preview of "Three Days of Rain."


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Paris, Three 6 Mafia Hit the Studio (E! Online)
Three 6 Mafia just made it easier out there for an heiress.E! Online - Three 6 Mafia just made it easier out there for an heiress.


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Britney's Lawsuit-a-palooza (E! Online)
Britney Spears hasn't released a new song for a couple of months, 
 but that's not keeping the pop tart from being in heavy rotation--at 
 least among the legal set.E! Online - Britney Spears hasn't released a new song for a couple of months, but that's not keeping the pop tart from being in heavy rotation--at least among the legal set.


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Slain rapper's family gets $1.1 million (Reuters)
Voletta Wallace and other family members of Notorious B.I.G. arrive at the Hip Hop Honors awards show in New York in this September 22, 2005 file photo. On March 29, 2006, the Los Angeles City Council approved a $1.1 million payment to the rapper's family because of errors in a civil wrongful death trial over accusations that he was murdered by rogue police officers. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved a $1.1 million payment to the family of slain rapper Notorious B.I.G because of errors in a civil wrongful death trial over accusations that he was murdered by rogue police officers.


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Replacements reunite for new songs (Reuters)
Reuters - The surviving members of legendary post-punk band the Replacements have reunited to record their first new songs in 16 years.

Prince tops US charts for first time in 17 years (Reuters)
Musician Prince performs at the Brit Awards in London in this February 15, 2006 file photo. On March 29, Prince's record label said he had scored his first No. 1 album on the U.S. pop charts in almost 17 years with his latest release, '3121.' (Kieran Doherty/Reuters)Reuters - Innovative funk rocker Prince scored his first No. 1 album on the U.S. pop charts in almost 17 years with his latest release, "3121," his record label said on Wednesday.


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Rollins yearns to be modern-day Mark Twain (Reuters)
Henry Rollins, former lead singer of the seminal punk rock band 'Black Flag' is seen at his office in Hollywood, California March 9, 2006. Rollins has transformed from rock singer into pop culture and political commentator with 'The Henry Rollins Show', which starts its second season on the Independent Film Channel. (Max Morse/Reuters)Reuters - It is a long way from punk rock singer to Mark Twain-style commentator, but pop culture pundit Henry Rollins wants to go there.


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Abdul Signs New 'American Idol' Contract (AP)
'American Idol' judge Paula Abdul is seen in San Francisco, in this Sept. 28, 2005, file photo. Abdul has decided she can continue to put up with Simon Cowell on 'American Idol.' Abdul, who shares judging duties on Fox's hit talent show with Cowell and Randy Jackson, has signed a deal to remain for another three years, the network announced Wednesday, March 29, 2006. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)AP - Paula Abdul has decided she can continue to put up with Simon Cowell on "American Idol." Abdul, who shares judging duties on Fox's hit talent show with Cowell and Randy Jackson, has signed a deal to remain for another three years, the network announced Wednesday.


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Another 'Idol' Contestant Booted (AP)
This undated photo provided by Fox television shows Lisa Tucker, 16, of Anaheim, Calif. Tucker was voted off  Fox's 'American Idol' on Wednesday, March 29, 2006 with viewers clearly agreeing with judges who slammed her rendition of 2002 Idol winner Kelly Clarkson's ballad 'Because of You.' (AP Photo/Fox Television)AP - She chose the wrong song.


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Rob Zombie all fired up in New York (Reuters)
Rob Zombie performs in Miami, March 18, 2006. Shaking off the rust from last year's Ozzfest, Zombie made a triumphant return to form Tuesday with the first of two sold-out shows at the Nokia Theater in New York. (Carlos Barria/Reuters)Reuters - Shaking off the rust from last year's Ozzfest, Rob Zombie made a triumphant return to form Tuesday with the first of two sold-out shows at the Nokia Theater in New York. For some time it seemed as if Zombie had forsaken music for movies, but the ghoulish singer delivered a powerful set of metallic grime.


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Prince scores first No. 1 debut on albums chart (Reuters)
Musician Prince performs during the 36th NAACP Image Awards at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles in this March 19, 2005 file photo. On March 29, 2006, Prince scored the first No. 1 debut of his career with '3121.' (Lee Celano/Reuters)Reuters - Prince worked some numerological magic on the U.S. pop album charts Wednesday, as he scored the first No. 1 debut of his career with "3121."


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