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Hefner at 80: Playboy Relevant As Ever (AP)
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner is photographed at the Playboy Mansion in the Holmby Hills area of Los Angeles Friday, April 7, 2006. Hefner will celebrate his 80th birthday with a party on Saturday. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Playboy creator Hugh M. Hefner is in the middle of an interview about his 80th birthday when a TV cameraman asks him to move a statue of former girlfriend Barbi Benton from the shelf behind him.


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Stones Censored but Raucous at China Show (AP)
Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones, performs in the 8,000-seat Shanghai Grand Stage in Shanghai, China, Saturday April 8, 2006.  The Rolling Stones opened their first-ever concert in mainland China on Saturday with 'Start Me Up,' a song with suggestive lyrics that apparently made it past the censors who banned five other songs. The concert was the band's first in mainland China, after an earlier scheduled performance was cancelled in 2003 due to the SARS crisis. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)AP - Strutting, preening and greeting the audience in Chinese, the Rolling Stones made their debut in mainland China on Saturday in a censored — but still raucous — show.


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Malcolm in the Middle of Career Change (AP)
Actor Frankie Muniz poses next to his car prior to the Pro/Celebrity race at the Grand Prix of Long Beach, Saturday, April 8, 2006, in Long Beach, Calif. Muniz came in 11th. Bucky Lasek won the race for the celebrity category and Todd Bodine won for the professional driver category. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Frankie Muniz is going to take a break from acting to be a professional race car driver. Muniz, the star of TV's "Malcom in the Middle" for the past seven years, recently wrapped up the final episode of the hit show and turned his attention to driving race cars for at least the next two years.


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Review: 'Phat Girlz' Amateurish, Dismal (AP)
AP - Remember when Friday was a day you looked forward to — the start of the weekend, the day you thanked God it was? These days all Friday means is there's another astonishingly amateurish film arriving in theaters without reviewers having the benefit of seeing it first.

Review: 'Benchwarmers' Bush-League (AP)
AP - In January, the fine folks at Happy Madison Productions inflicted "Grandma's Boy" upon the innocent moviegoing public, the first of about a dozen films this year that have opened without being shown to critics ahead of time.

Namibians Say Give Pitt, Jolie Privacy (AP)
Brad Pitt, left, and Angelina Jolie attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Jan. 26, 2006.  The couple is staying at a secluded Namibian beach resort, surrounded by tight security and speculation their baby will be born in Africa. Namibian media reported that immigration officials confirmed the celebrity couple and five other people, including two children, arrived in Walvis Bay Monday morning, April 3, 2006, on a chartered jet from Paris.(AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)AP - Some Namibians say they hope Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be allowed some privacy during their stay in the southwest African country.


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Stones Censored but Raucous at China Show (AP)
Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones, performs in the 8,000-seat Shanghai Grand Stage in Shanghai, China, Saturday April 8, 2006.  The Rolling Stones opened their first-ever concert in mainland China on Saturday with 'Start Me Up,' a song with suggestive lyrics that apparently made it past the censors who banned five other songs. The concert was the band's first in mainland China, after an earlier scheduled performance was cancelled in 2003 due to the SARS crisis. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)AP - Strutting, preening and greeting the audience in Chinese, the Rolling Stones made their debut in mainland China on Saturday in a censored — but still raucous — show.


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Malcolm in the Middle of Career Change (AP)
Actor Frankie Muniz poses next to his car prior to the Pro/Celebrity race at the Grand Prix of Long Beach, Saturday, April 8, 2006, in Long Beach, Calif. Muniz came in 11th. Bucky Lasek won the race for the celebrity category and Todd Bodine won for the professional driver category. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Frankie Muniz is going to take a break from acting to be a professional race car driver. Muniz, the star of TV's "Malcom in the Middle" for the past seven years, recently wrapped up the final episode of the hit show and turned his attention to driving race cars for at least the next two years.


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CBS tops Thursday with "Survivor," "CSI" (Reuters)
Reuters - After two nights that belonged to Fox and "American Idol," CBS came back Thursday with a primetime win with an original "Survivor" and "CSI."

"Cuckoo" still soars in London return (Reuters)
Reuters - Alex Kingston has taken a demotion from the doctor's role she played on "ER" and has a change of uniform, but she's still very much in charge of things as the domineering Nurse Ratched in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," which is back for another West End run.

Namibians Say Give Pitt, Jolie Privacy (AP)
Brad Pitt, left, and Angelina Jolie attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Jan. 26, 2006.  The couple is staying at a secluded Namibian beach resort, surrounded by tight security and speculation their baby will be born in Africa. Namibian media reported that immigration officials confirmed the celebrity couple and five other people, including two children, arrived in Walvis Bay Monday morning, April 3, 2006, on a chartered jet from Paris.(AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)AP - Some Namibians say they hope Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be allowed some privacy during their stay in the southwest African country.


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Prison official punished over 'Brokeback' screening (Reuters)
Best director winner Ang Lee poses with his Oscar at the 78th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, March 5, 2006. A Massachusetts correctional officer is being disciplined for showing the gay cowboy movie 'Brokeback Mountain' to inmates at the state's largest prison because his boss determined that the film includes content inappropriate for a prison setting. (Mike Blake/Reuters)Reuters - A Massachusetts correctional officer is being disciplined for showing the gay cowboy movie "Brokeback Mountain" to inmates at the state's largest prison because his boss determined that the film includes content inappropriate for a prison setting.


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'Casablanca' Among Greatest Screenplays (AP)
This 1942 vintage black and white photograph released by Warner Bros., shows legendary actors Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in a scene from the classic film 'Casablanca.' The film was among the 101 greatest screenplays ever, according to members of the Writers Guild of America, in the guild's first best-of list, released Thursday, April 6, 2006.  (AP Photo/Warner Bros., File)AP - "Casablanca" and a pair of "Godfathers" are among the 101 greatest screenplays ever, according to members of the Writers Guild of America.


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"Benchwarmers" plays it gross and grosser (Reuters)
In this undated photo released by Revolution Studios, actors from left, David Spade, Jon Heder and Rob Schneider appear in a scene from 'The Benchwarmers.'  Critics are being shut out of more films as studios forgo advance screenings on flicks they expect reviewers to trash, figuring the movies stand a better chance of box-office success with no reviews rather than bad ones. So far in 2006, 11 movies have not screened for critics before opening day, including 'The Benchwarmers.' (AP Photo/Revolution Studios, Darren Michaels)Reuters - They hide these things for a reason, folks.


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"Casablanca" named greatest movie script (Reuters)
Humphrey Bogart in an undated photo. 'Casablanca' has topped the list of '101 Greatest Screenplays,' a first-ever ranking by members of the Writers Guild of America that was revealed Thursday night at a reception in Beverly Hills. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - Round up the usual suspects: The Writers Guild of America has named "Casablanca" as No. 1 on its first list of the "101 Greatest Screenplays."


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Writers Heart "Casablanca" (E! Online)
If you ask Hollywood scribes, Casablanca has the write 
 stuff.E! Online - If you ask Hollywood scribes, Casablanca has the write stuff.


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Judge Disses "Da Vinci" Lawsuit (E! Online)
There's just no cracking The Da Vinci Code--at least in 
 court.E! Online - There's just no cracking The Da Vinci Code--at least in court.


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'Da Vinci Code' Judge Slams Lawsuit (AP)
Author Michael Baigent speaks during an interview in Toronto on Thursday April 6, 2006. High Court justice Peter Smith rules Friday in the claim by authors Baigent and Richard Leigh against'The Da Vinci Code' publisher Random House. Smith must decide whether Browns blockbuster 'appropriated the architecture' of Baigent and Leighs 1982 non-fiction book, The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail. (AP PHOTO/CP, Frank Gunn)AP - "The Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown and his publishing house were cleared of copyright infringement in a British court Friday, with the judge finding the lawsuit based on a contrived and "selective number of facts and ideas."


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Keira Knightley Donates Oscar Dress (AP)
The custom-made Vera Wang gown worn by actress Keira Knightley to the  2006 Academy Awards is displayed by shop assistant Akan Topcan in the shop window of Oxfam in Notting Hill, London, Friday April, 7, 2006. Keira Knightley has agreed to donate her custom-made Vera Wang gown to an Oxfam auction. All proceeds will support Oxfam's life-saving work in East Africa. The dress will be on exhibit in New York City at the Vera Wang Flagship store on 991 Madison Avenue from April, 19, until the end of the auction on April ,30. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - Keira Knightley has donated the Vera Wang gown she wore to this year's Oscars to raise money for Oxfam's relief work in East Africa.


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StreamCast to Seek Trial in Copyright Case (AP)
Michael Weiss, CEO of Streamcast Inc., poses for a photo in his Woodland Hills, Calif., office in this Dec. 28, 2005, file photo. StreamCast Inc., the company behind the Morpheus online file-swapping software, said Friday, April 7, 2006, negotiations to settle a long running copyright battle with the entertainment industry have failed and the firm will now seek to fight the case in court. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - StreamCast Inc., the company behind the Morpheus online file-swapping software, said Friday negotiations to settle a five-year copyright battle with the entertainment industry have failed and it will now fight the case in court.


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Stones Censored but Raucous at China Show (AP)
Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones, performs in the 8,000-seat Shanghai Grand Stage in Shanghai, China, Saturday April 8, 2006.  The Rolling Stones opened their first-ever concert in mainland China on Saturday with 'Start Me Up,' a song with suggestive lyrics that apparently made it past the censors who banned five other songs. The concert was the band's first in mainland China, after an earlier scheduled performance was cancelled in 2003 due to the SARS crisis. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)AP - Strutting, preening and greeting the audience in Chinese, the Rolling Stones made their debut in mainland China on Saturday in a censored — but still raucous — show.


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Official Wants to Offer B.I.G. Reward (AP)
Notorious B.I.G., who won rap artist and rap single of the year, holds his awards at the podium during the annual Billboard Music Awards in New York, on Dec. 6, 1995. A Los Angeles city councilman wants to offer a $50,000 public reward for leads in the unsolved murder of rapper Notorious B.I.G. Councilman Dennis Zine proposed Friday, April 7, 2006 to offer the reward for 60 days. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - A city councilman wants to offer a $50,000 public reward for leads in the unsolved murder of rapper Notorious B.I.G. Councilman Dennis Zine proposed Friday to offer the reward for 60 days.


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Netrebko Romps Through Met's 'Pasquale' (AP)
Anna Netrebko, standing, performs as Norina alongside Mariusz Kwiecien performing as Dr. Malatesta during the final dress rehearsal of Gaetano Donizetti's 'Don Pasquale' at the Metropolitan Opera, Wednesday, March 29, 2006 in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - This will go down as the season Metropolitan Opera audiences fell in love with Anna Netrebko.


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Rolling Stones push boundaries in China debut (Reuters)
Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones performs during a concert in Shanghai, China April 8, 2006. (Nir Elias/Reuters)Reuters - The Rolling Stones rode roughshod over China's censors during their first show in the communist country on Saturday, serenading a largely foreign crowd with songs about Satan, sleaze bags and serial killers.


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Mandisa Says She's Not a Gay 'Advocate' (AP)
This photo provided by Fox shows Mandisa Hundley, 29 of Antioch, Tenn. performing in a Tuesday, April 5, 2006 photo on American Idol. The 29-year-old soul singer and outspoken Christian, who was voted off the hit Fox show Wednesday, says she would not perform at an event held in support of the gay community. (AP Photo/Fox, Ray Mickshaw, file)AP - Is ousted "American Idol" contestant Mandisa anti-gay? The 29-year-old soul singer and outspoken Christian, who was voted off the hit Fox show Wednesday, says she would not perform at an event held in support of the gay community.


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Beatles Box endures production snafu (Reuters)
Reuters - Capitol Records will be replacing first-run copies of its new Beatles collection in order to remedy a manufacturing mistake.

Radiohead eyeing multiple-night stands in N. America (Reuters)
Reuters - Radiohead is eyeing multiple-night stands in Montreal, Toronto, Philadelphia and Chicago as part of its summer North American tour, which will get under way in June, Billboard.com has learned.

Billboard singles reviews: James Blunt, Chili Peppers (Reuters)
Reuters - The No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 success of James Blunt's "You're Beautiful" restored much faith to those who feared that straight-ahead pop melodies were a wistful memory on top 40 radio.

Billboard album reviews: Toby Keith, LL Cool J (Reuters)
Reuters - When Toby Keith's "White Trash With Money" is good, it's very good.

K-Fed: Blinded with Sampling? (E! Online)
Hyperbole aside, K-Fed is working hard to live up to his 
 self-proclaimed stature as 'America's Most Hated.' This week, he added 
 another name to the enemy list.E! Online - Hyperbole aside, K-Fed is working hard to live up to his self-proclaimed stature as "America's Most Hated." This week, he added another name to the enemy list.


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