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'Scary Movie' Sends Weinsteins to the Top (AP)
US actress Carmen Electra at St Martin's Lane Hotel in London, Thursday, April 13, 2006, during a photocall to promote her new film Scary Movie 4. (AP Photo/Yui Mok/PA)AP - Bob and Harvey Weinstein returned to the box-office lead as "Scary Movie 4" debuted with $41 million, the first No. 1 opening for the new company founded by the former Miramax bosses.


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Professional Video Gaming Set for TV Debut (AP)
This image from the video game 'Metal Gear Solid: Subsistence' for the PlayStation 2 shows a closeup of a soldier in the new stealth action game. The image was provided by game publisher, Konami Digital Entertainment-America. (AP/Konami Digital Entertainment-America) Photo/Konami Digital Entertainment - America)AP - Professional video gaming is set to debut on cable television later this year, potentially paving the way for the kings and queens of game controllers to become as familiar to American households as the faces of Johnny Chan or Annie Duke in televised poker.


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Ashanti Show Canceled After Cousin Killed (AP)
Singer Ashanti is seen at the Reebok 'Now Playing' promotional event highlighting several recording artists and the sneakers designed specifically for them, in this March 8, 2006 file photo, in New York. Ashanti pulled out of a concert over the weekend after her cousin was killed by a 17-year-old drunken driver, authorities said. Quinshae Snead, 20, was on her way to Ashanti's hotel to fetch something for the Grammy award-winning singer ahead of the concert Saturday April 15, 2006 when the car she was riding in was rear-ended, police said. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano, File)AP - Ashanti pulled out of a concert over the weekend after her cousin was killed by a 17-year-old drunken driver, authorities said.


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Fox's Hannity Stays the Course With Bush (AP)
This image from video, released by Fox News Channel, shows Sean Hannity, co-host of the cable channel's 'Hannity & Colmes' talk show, during a March 29, 2006 exchange with Newsday columnist Ellis Henican, right, in Fox's New York studios. (AP Photo/Fox News Channel)AP - Sean Hannity will not abandon ship. President Bush's approval ratings have sunk into the 30s, but Fox News Channel's tenacious conservative isn't wavering in his support, even while parting ways with the president over immigration and the Dubai ports deal.


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U2's 'One' Voted Britain's Favorite Lyric (AP)
U2's lead singer Bono, left, and guitarist The Edge perform at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, Mexico, in this Feb. 15, 2006, file photo. The line 'One life, with each other, sisters, brothers' from the 1992 song 'One' topped a poll conducted by music channel VH1.  (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)AP - The Irish band U2 has given Britain its favorite song lyric, according to a survey released Monday.


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Macy gets his motor running for "Wild Hogs" (Reuters)
Reuters - William H. Macy will grease his chain for "Wild Hogs," a comedy starring John Travolta, Tim Allen and Martin Lawrence.

Floyd's Waters to sing in Israeli-Arab peace town (Reuters)
Reuters - Pink Floyd veteran Roger Waters has moved the venue of an upcoming rock concert in Israel to a mixed Jewish-Arab village seen as a symbol of peace following Palestinian protests, a newspaper reported on Monday.

Professional Video Gaming Set for TV Debut (AP)
This image from the video game 'Metal Gear Solid: Subsistence' for the PlayStation 2 shows a closeup of a soldier in the new stealth action game. The image was provided by game publisher, Konami Digital Entertainment-America. (AP/Konami Digital Entertainment-America) Photo/Konami Digital Entertainment - America)AP - Professional video gaming is set to debut on cable television later this year, potentially paving the way for the kings and queens of game controllers to become as familiar to American households as the faces of Johnny Chan or Annie Duke in televised poker.


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AOL, Shanghai Media to Air Chinese Shows (AP)
AP - AOL and Shanghai Media Group's broadband unit will jointly broadcast programs about Chinese culture and society to viewers worldwide, the Shanghai company said Monday.

"Stuff Happens" play sears Rumsfeld in New York (Reuters)
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld gestures at a news briefing at the Pentagon in Washington, April 11, 2006. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)Reuters - A play that skewers Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld as arrogant and war-mad has opened to a largely favorable welcome in New York this week, even as former generals turn against him in Washington.


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Macy gets his motor running for "Wild Hogs" (Reuters)
Reuters - William H. Macy will grease his chain for "Wild Hogs," a comedy starring John Travolta, Tim Allen and Martin Lawrence.

Kids DVDs "Charlie and Lola" play at BBC Video (Reuters)
Reuters - BBC Video is entering the lucrative preschool market with "Charlie and Lola Volumes One and Two," the Disney Channel "Playhouse Disney" series based on the award-winning children's books by Lauren Child.

Herbie Hancock documentary strictly for fans (Reuters)
Reuters - "Herbie Hancock: Possibilities" is another film receiving a near-simultaneous release in theaters, on DVD and on cable this month. Invariably, such pictures have limited theatrical appeal, and this film is no exception.

'Scary Movie' Sends Weinsteins to the Top (AP)
US actress Carmen Electra at St Martin's Lane Hotel in London, Thursday, April 13, 2006, during a photocall to promote her new film Scary Movie 4. (AP Photo/Yui Mok/PA)AP - Bob and Harvey Weinstein returned to the box-office lead as "Scary Movie 4" debuted with $41 million, the first No. 1 opening for the new company founded by the former Miramax bosses.


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Paper: Pitt, Jolie Mull Namibian Baby Name (AP)
Brad Pitt, left, walks with Angelina Jolie at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in this Jan. 26, 2006 file photo. A local governor in Namibia said Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt told him they will have their baby in his country and are considering giving it a Namibian name, a newspaper reported Sunday April 16, 2006. Samuel Sheefeni Nuuyoma, the governor of the Namibian province where the couple is staying at a heavily guarded lodge, said he met with the two stars on Friday, according to The Sunday Times of South Africa. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)AP - A local governor in Namibia said Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt told him they will have their baby in his country and are considering giving the child a Namibian name, a newspaper reported Sunday.


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"Scary Movie 4" Delivers Basketful of Easter Joy (E! Online)
The Easter Bunny brought Bob and Harvey Weinstein one helluva 
 treat.E! Online - The Easter Bunny brought Bob and Harvey Weinstein one helluva treat.


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"Meltdown" goes with floe at foreign box office (Reuters)
Reuters - "Ice Age: The Meltdown" easily claimed the No. 1 spot at the foreign box office for a third weekend with an estimated $54 million from 57 territories. Its $251 million haul to date handily surpassed the $206.9 million overseas total of its 2002 predecessor.

Latest "Scary" spoof leads box office (Reuters)
Actress Anna Faris, one of the stars of 'Scary Movie 4,' is seen in West Hollywood, March 4, 2006. 'Scary Movie 4,' the latest installment in the reliably remunerative parody franchise, is set to end the two-week box office reign of 'Ice Age: The Meltdown' during the Easter holiday weekend. (Phil McCarten/Reuters)Reuters - The joke may be wearing a little thin for critics but the fourth installment of the "Scary Movie" spoof franchise managed to open atop the weekend box office in North America with sizable ticket sales.


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Gospel comedy "Preaching" to limited audience (Reuters)
Reuters - Call this one "Brother Act." Instead of Whoopi Goldberg's Reno lounge singer in "Sister Act" hiding out from mobsters in a convent, where she transforms the choir into swinging hipsters, "Preaching to the Choir" has a hip-hop star hiding out from a gangsta record producer in his estranged brother-minister's Harlem church, where he transforms the choir into a gospel-belting group.

Director Sonnenfeld Returns With 'RV' (AP)
Director Barry Sonnenfeld pose prior to the Germany premiere screening of his latest film 'Men in Black II' in front of a movie theatre in downtown Berlin, in this  July 11, 2002 file photo. (AP Photo/Jan Bauer, File)AP - Director Barry Sonnenfeld has his first movie in four years with the upcoming "RV," but isn't betting his entire career on it.


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Floyd's Waters to sing in Israeli-Arab peace town (Reuters)
Reuters - Pink Floyd veteran Roger Waters has moved the venue of an upcoming rock concert in Israel to a mixed Jewish-Arab village seen as a symbol of peace following Palestinian protests, a newspaper reported on Monday.

Beatles Coming Together Online (E! Online)
It's been a long and winding road, but the Beatles are finally 
 getting online.E! Online - It's been a long and winding road, but the Beatles are finally getting online.


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Jack or no Jack, Greenhornes rock during L.A. gig (Reuters)
Reuters - Even without a surprise appearance from high-profile fan Jack White of the White Stripes, Cincinnati-based power trio the Greenhornes held their own Friday with an hour-plus set of smokin' blues, psychedelic pop and garage rock that sounded classic but not dated.

U2's 'One' Voted Britain's Favorite Lyric (AP)
U2's lead singer Bono, left, and guitarist The Edge perform at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, Mexico, in this Feb. 15, 2006, file photo. The line 'One life, with each other, sisters, brothers' from the 1992 song 'One' topped a poll conducted by music channel VH1.  (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)AP - The Irish band U2 has given Britain its favorite song lyric, according to a survey released Monday.


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Eminem, Lawyer Defend Proof (E! Online)
Days after his slaying in a nightclub shootout police claim he 
 instigated, Proof is being defended by both his lawyer and longtime pal 
 Eminem.E! Online - Days after his slaying in a nightclub shootout police claim he instigated, Proof is being defended by both his lawyer and longtime pal Eminem.


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Ashanti Show Canceled After Cousin Killed (AP)
Singer Ashanti is seen at the Reebok 'Now Playing' promotional event highlighting several recording artists and the sneakers designed specifically for them, in this March 8, 2006 file photo, in New York. Ashanti pulled out of a concert over the weekend after her cousin was killed by a 17-year-old drunken driver, authorities said. Quinshae Snead, 20, was on her way to Ashanti's hotel to fetch something for the Grammy award-winning singer ahead of the concert Saturday April 15, 2006 when the car she was riding in was rear-ended, police said. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano, File)AP - Ashanti pulled out of a concert over the weekend after her cousin was killed by a 17-year-old drunken driver, authorities said.


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Suspect in Rapper Proof's Death Arraigned (AP)
Defense attorney Randall Upshaw, center, talks with 36th District Court Magistrate Steve Lockhart Saturday, April 15, 2006, in Detroit, during the video arraignment of Mario Etheridge, back left, who is charged with weapons violations in a shooting earlier this week at a nightclub in Detroit that took the life of hip-hop artist Proof, whose legal name is Deshaun Holton, a close friend of Eminem. Lockhart set bail for Etheridge at $70,000. (AP Photo/Jerry S. Mendoza)AP - The suspect in the shooting death of rapper Proof, a hip-hop artist and Eminem confidante, was arraigned Saturday on a pair of weapons charges.


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Serb folk music strikes chord in postwar Croatia (Reuters)
**FILE PHOTO** Thousands of fans await the appearance of Serbian folk singer Ceca Raznjatovic prior her show at City Park stadium in Macedonia's capital Skopje June 4, 2005. Ceca Raznjatovic is the widow of notorious Serbian paramilitary Zeljko Raznjatovic - also known as Arkan. (AP Photo/Boris Grdanoski)Reuters - People's arms go up in the air, their eyes close and their bodies start to sway to the deafening, hypnotic rhythms.


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Trump Hires Wyclef Jean to Perform Concert (AP)
Singer Wyclef Jean performs during halftime of the MLS soccer game between the New York Red Bulls and New England Revolution, Saturday night, April 8, 2006, at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Donald Trump has invited the hip-hop artist to perform at a concert Friday night for about 200 business associates. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun,File)AP - Donald Trump is a fan of Wyclef Jean. Trump invited the hip-hop artist to perform at a concert Friday night for about 200 business associates.


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Ex-'Idol' Contestant: Cowell Unhelpful (AP)
In this photo provided by Fox Television, Bucky Covington, 28 of Rockingham, N.C. performs April 11, 2006 on Fox's 'American Idol' in Los Angeles. Covington, the latest contestant voted off 'America Idol,' says the comments of judge Simon Cowell are no longer helpful. (AP Photo/Fox Television, File)AP - Bucky Covington, the latest contestant voted off "American Idol," says the comments of judge Simon Cowell are no longer helpful.


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