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Sesame Street Videos Spark Controversy (AP)
This photo supplied by Sesame Workshop and  Zero to Three, show the newly introduced stars of a new DVD series, 'Sesame Beginnings.' Baby Elmo, right foreground and his dad Louie, right background and also Baby Bird, left foreground, and his auntie Nani Bird perfromed in front of 50 babies and their caregivers at the Directors Guild of America in New York Thursday March 30, 2006. 'Sesame Beginnings,' designed to promote positive interactions for kids under 2 and their caregivers, hits shelves Tuesday,April 4, 2006. The project has drawn fire from some experts who note that the American Academy of Pediatrics advises against TV viewing for children under 2.  (AP Photo/Sesame Workshop-Zero to Three,Theo Wargo)AP - The creators of "Sesame Street" are releasing a new line of videos Tuesday targeted for children as young as six months, outraging some child-development experts who feel no form of TV or video is suitable for kids under 2.


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Shakira, Karolina Win Humanitarian Awards (AP)
Colombian pop singer Shakira attends a panel discussion entitled 'Women, Development and Microcredit'organized by Women Together at United Nations headquarters in New York, Monday April 3, 2006. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - Latin pop star Shakira and Czech supermodel Karolina Kurkova received awards Monday for their humanitarian work and then watched a fashion show featuring clothes partly made by women trying to escape poverty in developing countries.


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Julia Roberts' Show Grosses Nearly $1M (AP)
Actress Julia Roberts, leaves the Bernard B. Jacobs Theater after the third night of previews of the Broadway play, 'Three Days of Rain,' Thursday, March 30, 2006, in New York. Roberts' Broadway debut grossed a whopping $988,298 for its first full week of preview performances, according to figures released Monday, April 3, 2006, by the League of American Theatres and Producers. (AP Photo/ Dima Gavrysh)AP - Julia Roberts was almost the million-dollar baby on Broadway last week. "Three Days of Rain," which stars Roberts, Paul Rudd and Bradley Cooper, grossed a whopping $988,298 for its first full week of preview performances, according to figures released Monday by the League of American Theatres and Producers.


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Cruise Plans to Marry Holmes This Summer (AP)
U.S. actor Tom Cruise talks to Swiss television host Michelle Hunziker during the television show 'Wetten Dass..?' (Bet it..?) in the eastern German city of Halle Saturday April 1, 2006. For the 162nd time Gottschalk presented 'Wetten dass..?', one of Europe's most successful game shows. (AP Photo/Tobias Schwarz, Pool)AP - American actor Tom Cruise told Germany's leading tabloid in its Monday edition that he wanted to tie the knot this summer with fiancee Katie Holmes, after the birth of their baby and the upcoming release of his new film, "Mission Impossible III."


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Hollywood to Sell Digital Films Online (AP)
This undated promotional photo provided by Universal studios shows actress Naomi Watts as Ann Darrow in a scene from director Peter Jackson's 'King Kong.' Hollywood studios will start selling digital versions of films such as 'Brokeback Mountain' and 'King Kong' on the Internet in April 2006, the first time major movies have been available online to own. (AP Photo/Universal Studios, File)AP - Hollywood studios will start selling digital versions of films such as "Brokeback Mountain" and "King Kong" on the Internet this week, the first time major movies have been available online to own.


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Film Director Accused of Lying to FBI (AP)
AP - "Die Hard" director John McTiernan was charged Monday with making a false statement to the FBI about his knowledge of wiretapping by an indicted Hollywood private detective, authorities said.

Music industry unleashes more lawsuits in Europe (Reuters)
Reuters - The music industry launched a new wave of lawsuits and criminal proceedings against file-sharers across Europe on Tuesday, part of its drive to curb online piracy and encourage the use of legal music services.

Sesame Street Videos Spark Controversy (AP)
This photo supplied by Sesame Workshop and  Zero to Three, show the newly introduced stars of a new DVD series, 'Sesame Beginnings.' Baby Elmo, right foreground and his dad Louie, right background and also Baby Bird, left foreground, and his auntie Nani Bird perfromed in front of 50 babies and their caregivers at the Directors Guild of America in New York Thursday March 30, 2006. 'Sesame Beginnings,' designed to promote positive interactions for kids under 2 and their caregivers, hits shelves Tuesday,April 4, 2006. The project has drawn fire from some experts who note that the American Academy of Pediatrics advises against TV viewing for children under 2.  (AP Photo/Sesame Workshop-Zero to Three,Theo Wargo)AP - The creators of "Sesame Street" are releasing a new line of videos Tuesday targeted for children as young as six months, outraging some child-development experts who feel no form of TV or video is suitable for kids under 2.


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India to probe fashion show "wardrobe malfunctions" (Reuters)
Reuters - Outraged officials in largely conservative India will examine video clips to see whether a halter slipping off a top model or another's skirt zip splitting at a fashion show were "deliberate" acts, a state minister said.

"American Pilot" a gripping, insightful drama (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. airman who accidentally crashes his plane in a foreign land torn by civil war in David Greig's powerful new play "The American Pilot" is like an extraterrestrial fallen to Earth. He can barely communicate with the isolated villagers who find him, but while he means them no harm, they all know he can bring about their destruction.

Film Director Accused of Lying to FBI (AP)
AP - "Die Hard" director John McTiernan was charged Monday with making a false statement to the FBI about his knowledge of wiretapping by an indicted Hollywood private detective, authorities said.

Koontz's "Husband" set for movie treatment (Reuters)
Reuters - Random House Films and Focus Features have chosen Dean Koontz's new novel "The Husband" to develop into a feature as part of their new filmmaking joint venture.

'King Kong' DVD scares up $100 mln 1st-week sales (Reuters)
Actress Naomi Watts poses with a 'King Kong' during a publicity event in Times Square in New York December 5, 2005. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)Reuters - The computer-animated critters of "Ice Age" were not the only animals providing good news for a Hollywood studio on Monday. The DVD for "King Kong" scared up $100 million in revenues and broke a record for Universal Studios' home video group.


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Hollywood director charged in Pellicano case (Reuters)
Film director John McTiernan is seen at the Cannes Film Festival in this May 15, 2000 file photo. McTiernan has been charged with lying to the FBI in the wire-tap investigation surrounding celebrity private investigator Anthony Pellicano, according to federal prosecutors in Los Angeles April 3, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - John McTiernan, director of "The Hunt for Red October" and "Die Hard," was charged on Monday with lying to the FBI in the Hollywood wire-tap investigation surrounding celebrity sleuth Anthony Pellicano.


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"Brokeback" Mounts Revolution (E! Online)
On Tuesday, the Oscar-winning gay cowboy drama will help 
 Hollywood embrace the brave new world, becoming the studios' first major 
 title to debut as a download-to-own movie on the same day it's out on 
 DVD.E! Online - On Tuesday, the Oscar-winning gay cowboy drama will help Hollywood embrace the brave new world, becoming the studios' first major title to debut as a download-to-own movie on the same day it's out on DVD.


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"Simpsons" Teases Moviegoers (E! Online)
The next time you see 
 a big superhero-style 'S' insignia on your theater screen, don't be too 
 quick to think Superman. Instead, think Simpson.E! Online - The next time you see a big superhero-style "S" insignia on your theater screen, don't be too quick to think Superman. Instead, think Simpson.


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"Ice Age" Freezes Out "Instinct" (E! Online)
Not even her vaunted ice pick could save Sharon Stone from 
 the Ice Age onslaught.E! Online - Not even her vaunted ice pick could save Sharon Stone from the Ice Age onslaught.


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Hollywood to Sell Digital Films Online (AP)
This undated promotional photo provided by Universal studios shows actress Naomi Watts as Ann Darrow in a scene from director Peter Jackson's 'King Kong.' Hollywood studios will start selling digital versions of films such as 'Brokeback Mountain' and 'King Kong' on the Internet in April 2006, the first time major movies have been available online to own. (AP Photo/Universal Studios, File)AP - Hollywood studios will start selling digital versions of films such as "Brokeback Mountain" and "King Kong" on the Internet this week, the first time major movies have been available online to own.


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'Ice Age' Heats Up Box Office With $68M (AP)
In this file photo provided by 20th Century Fox, Manny the woolly mammoth (voiced by Ray Romano) gets some troubling news from Fast Tony (voiced by Jay Leno) in 'Ice Age The Meltdown.'   (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, File)AP - "Ice Age: The Meltdown" put some fire into Hollywood's chilly year, debuting with a whopping $68 million and delivering the fourth-best premiere ever for an animated movie.


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Fire Damages Director Ken Russell's Home (AP)
Film director Ken Russell, gives the thumbs up, after inspecting his home in the village of East Boldre, England,  Monday April 3 2006, which was severely damaged by fire. Russell, 78, was not at home when the blaze started in his thatched cottage, but his wife Elize was alerted by a fire alarm and managed to get to safety, according to a fire brigade spokeswoman.(AP Photo/Chris Ison-pa)AP - A fire has severely damaged the home of British film director Ken Russell. Russell, 78, wasn't at home when the fire broke out at his thatched cottage in the village of East Boldre in the New Forest, southern England, on Monday morning, Hampshire Fire and Rescue said.


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Music industry unleashes more lawsuits in Europe (Reuters)
Reuters - The music industry launched a new wave of lawsuits and criminal proceedings against file-sharers across Europe on Tuesday, part of its drive to curb online piracy and encourage the use of legal music services.

Rapper Black Rob gets seven years for robbery (Reuters)
Reuters - Rapper Black Rob has been sentenced to seven years in prison for grand larceny in connection with a November 2004 hotel robbery. The artist, whose real name is Robert Ross, was caught on a security camera leaving a New York hotel with a woman's purse. Authorities said he pocketed more than $6,000 in the theft.

James Gang touring for first time in 35 years (Reuters)
Reuters - Classic rock outfit the James Gang, best known for the riff-heavy single "Funk #49," will tour for the first time in 35 years this summer.

Scientists sizzle at L.A. homecoming (Reuters)
Reuters - We Are Scientists, transplanted from Los Angeles to Brooklyn, are one of several relatively new rock acts mining the danceable but dissonant post-punk sound popularized by such late '70s/early '80s British bands as Gang of Four and Wire.

Shakira, Karolina Win Humanitarian Awards (AP)
Colombian pop singer Shakira attends a panel discussion entitled 'Women, Development and Microcredit'organized by Women Together at United Nations headquarters in New York, Monday April 3, 2006. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - Latin pop star Shakira and Czech supermodel Karolina Kurkova received awards Monday for their humanitarian work and then watched a fashion show featuring clothes partly made by women trying to escape poverty in developing countries.


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Two plead guilty in huge US CD piracy bust (Reuters)
Seized pirate CDs and DVDs with music, films and software are seen in Bucharest, Romania February 9, 2006. Two men involved in what U.S. authorities called the largest bust of pirated music CDs and computer software in America each pleaded guilty to five criminal counts on Monday, law enforcement officials said. (Bogdan Cristel/Reuters)Reuters - Two men involved in what U.S. authorities called the largest bust of pirated music CDs and computer software in America each pleaded guilty to five criminal counts on Monday, law enforcement officials said.


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Madonna Confesses Tour Dates (E! Online)
Forget the stage. For Madonna, all the world's about to be a 
 dance floor.E! Online - Forget the stage. For Madonna, all the world's about to be a dance floor.


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Gorillaz flop at Apollo (Reuters)
Damon Albarn sings during a concert in Moscow in this file photo from September 25, 2003. (William Webster/Reuters)Reuters - Things did not go well for the so-called "virtual band" Gorillaz at Harlem's Apollo Theater Sunday. The first of five sold-out shows at the historic New York venue was marred by technical problems. Visuals were scrapped, reducing the production to a mediocre revue of the multiplatinum album "Demon Days" (Virgin).


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Madonna ready to Dance on world tour (Reuters)
Madonna is seen at the Brit Awards at the Earls Court Arena in central London in this file photo from February 15, 2006. (Kieran Doherty/Reuters)Reuters - Madonna will begin her latest world tour in Los Angeles on May 21, with ticket prices topping out at $350 in most U.S. venues, organizers said Monday.


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Concert business faces an uncertain summer (Reuters)
Madonna performs during the opening number at the 48th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, February 8, 2006. Facing its first summer in years without a stable of slam-dunk heritage artists to carry the day, the concert industry will be looking to its 'new old-timers' to work some box-office magic. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)Reuters - Facing its first summer in years without a stable of slam-dunk heritage artists to carry the day, the concert industry will be looking to its "new old-timers" to work some box-office magic.


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