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Povich, Others Sued for Sex Harassment (AP)
Maury Povich appears in this  Friday, Nov. 24, 1995 file photo in New York.  A producer for TV talk-show host Povich filed a $100 million sex harassment lawsuit against him and other members of his staff Monday, claiming they barraged her with sexual remarks and made her watch porno movies and expose her body.  (AP Photo/File)AP - A producer for TV talk-show host Maury Povich filed a $100 million sex harassment lawsuit against him and other members of his staff Monday, claiming they barraged her with sexual remarks and made her watch porno movies and expose her body.


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Rather: Couric Will Need to Be a Leader (AP)
Dan Rather, former anchor and managing editor of CBS Evening News, discusses the future of news as he joins other panelists during the National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas, Monday, April 24, 2006.    (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - Former CBS News anchor Dan Rather wished his successor luck Monday, but said Katie Couric will need to be a leader and demonstrate a passion for news to succeed in the anchor chair.


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Tribeca Faces 9/11 Horror With 'United 93' (AP)
Emergency workers look at the crater created when United Airlines Flight 93 crashed near Shanksville, Pa., on Sept. 11, 2001.  'United 93,' the first big-screen dramatization centered on the terrorist attacks, is everything you could imagine and more, a painfully authentic account of the hijacked plane that crashed in rural Pennsylvania after passengers fought to retake the jet. Are audiences ready for this? The film premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival, Tuesday, April 25, 2006. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)AP - The choice of the Hugh Grant comedy "About a Boy" to open the first Tribeca Film Festival in 2002 was a conscious attempt to turn away from the horrors of Sept. 11, the impetus for the festival, and give people a reason to laugh again, if only for one night.


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Cruise: Rome Trip 'Mission Impossible' (AP)
US actor Tom Cruise smiles after he was presented with a teddy bear by a fan in central Piazza del Popolo in Rome Monday, April 24, 2006.  Tom Cruise arrived here to promote the world premiere of his last movie 'Mission Impossible III'. Many of the scenes were shot in the eternal city. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)AP - Tom Cruise says his "mission impossible" was leaving his infant daughter and fiancee Katie Holmes to promote his new film, "Mission: Impossible III," in Rome.


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CBS Confirms Return of Opie and Anthony (AP)
Opie, right, whose real name is Gregg Hughes, and Anthony Cumia, left,  pose in their satellite radio studio, Oct. 8, 2004, in New York.  David Lee Roth's run as morning radio host is about done.  It appears raunchy satellite radio stars Opie and Anthony will replace him on seven CBS Radio stations, according to sources Thursday April 20, 2006. The duo surfaced on XM satellite radio in Oct.2004, after they were banished from terrestrial radio in 2002 --  oddly enough by their new boss, CBS Radio -- after airing a live account of listeners having sex in St. Patrick's Cathedral. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)AP - CBS Radio confirmed Monday that shock jocks Greg "Opie" Hughes and Anthony Cumia will replace rocker David Lee Roth in the morning slot that used to belong to the long-dominant Howard Stern.


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German film 'Edukators' gets English-language redo (Reuters)
Reuters - Brad Anderson, who most recently directed a drastically slimmed-down Christian Bale in "The Machinist," is developing a remake of political German film "The Edukators."

Michael Jackson eyeing 50 Cent collaboration (Reuters)
Pop star Michael Jackson is seen in Santa Maria, California in this June 13, 2005 file photo. The embattled pop star is eyeing a collaboration with rapper 50 Cent, it was reported April 25, 2006. (Phil Klein/Reuters)Reuters - Embattled pop star Michael Jackson is eyeing a collaboration with rapper 50 Cent.


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BET gets real with Vince Young, DMX (Reuters)
Rap star DMX brandishes a Soul Train Music Award in this March 4 2000 file photo. BET is developing a reality series involving DMX and football player Vince Young, it was reported April 25, 2006. (Gary Hershorn/Reuters)Reuters - BET is developing a reality series involving football player Vince Young and rapper DMX.


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DVD on Demand targets fans of cult TV shows (Reuters)
Ch. Rocky Top's Sundance Kid, a colored Bull Terrier who won 'Best in Show' at the 2006 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York, trots in this February 14, 2006 file photo. Fans of Westminster, along with other niche programming, will son be able to order a custom-made DVD thanks to DVD on Demand, a catalog of titles from NBC Universal, A and E Home Video and PBS that are manufactured only when purchased. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - Many television programs have a loyal audience that isn't quite sizable enough to justify a commercial DVD release.


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Hollywood battle on Broadway: Tarzan vs vampire (Reuters)
Reuters - The lines are drawn for a classic Broadway musical showdown -- Disney, Tarzan and Phil Collins on one side, Warner Brothers, the vampire Lestat and Elton John on the other.

German film 'Edukators' gets English-language redo (Reuters)
Reuters - Brad Anderson, who most recently directed a drastically slimmed-down Christian Bale in "The Machinist," is developing a remake of political German film "The Edukators."

"Basic Instinct" star saddles up "Horse" (Reuters)
Actor David Morrissey attends at the world premiere of 'American Dreamz' in Hollywood in this April 11, 2006 file photo. Morrissey, who starred opposite Sharon Stone in 'Basic Instinct 2,' will join Emily Watson in the fantasy 'The Water Horse,' it was reported April 25, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - David Morrissey, who starred opposite Sharon Stone in "Basic Instinct 2," will join Emily Watson in the fantasy "The Water Horse."


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Tribeca Faces 9/11 Horror With 'United 93' (AP)
Emergency workers look at the crater created when United Airlines Flight 93 crashed near Shanksville, Pa., on Sept. 11, 2001.  'United 93,' the first big-screen dramatization centered on the terrorist attacks, is everything you could imagine and more, a painfully authentic account of the hijacked plane that crashed in rural Pennsylvania after passengers fought to retake the jet. Are audiences ready for this? The film premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival, Tuesday, April 25, 2006. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)AP - The choice of the Hugh Grant comedy "About a Boy" to open the first Tribeca Film Festival in 2002 was a conscious attempt to turn away from the horrors of Sept. 11, the impetus for the festival, and give people a reason to laugh again, if only for one night.


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Suri's Dad Roams to Rome (E! Online)
Is the Tom Cruise publicity machine finally taking a break from 
 its jet-setting promotional ways? Not even close.E! Online - Is the Tom Cruise publicity machine finally taking a break from its jet-setting promotional ways? Not even close.


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Carell, Vaughn Crash MTV Awards (E! Online)
Steve Carell, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are going for the 
 gold--the Golden Popcorn, that is.E! Online - Steve Carell, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are going for the gold--the Golden Popcorn, that is.


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"Silent Hill" Reviews a Mute Point (E! Online)
The nation's leading film critics hated Silent Hill. Lot 
 of influence they had.E! Online - The nation's leading film critics hated Silent Hill. Lot of influence they had.


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'Silent Hill' Leads Box Office With $20.2M (AP)
A show attendee walks past a poster of Sony Pictures' movie 'Silent Hill' during the opening day of ShoWest at Paris hotel-casino in Las Vegas in this Monday, March 13, 2006, file photo. 'Silent Hill' debuted with $20.2 million in its opening weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday, April 23, 2006. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - Horror was king of the hill at the box office again. "Silent Hill" debuted as the weekend's top movie, taking in $20.2 million, the latest in a string of No. 1 debuts for fright films, including "Hostel" and "When a Stranger Calls."


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Cruise: Rome Trip 'Mission Impossible' (AP)
US actor Tom Cruise smiles after he was presented with a teddy bear by a fan in central Piazza del Popolo in Rome Monday, April 24, 2006.  Tom Cruise arrived here to promote the world premiere of his last movie 'Mission Impossible III'. Many of the scenes were shot in the eternal city. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)AP - Tom Cruise says his "mission impossible" was leaving his infant daughter and fiancee Katie Holmes to promote his new film, "Mission: Impossible III," in Rome.


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'Virgin,' 'Crashers' Lead MTV Movie Awards (AP)
This undated file photo originally supplied by Universal Pictues shows Steve Carell starring  as Andy, the title character in the comedy 'The 40 Year-Old Virgin, ' in a scene with an unidentified actress. The film and 'Wedding Crashers'  lead with five MTV Movie Award nominations  each, MTV announced Monday, April 24, 2006 . Both films will compete for best movie along with 'Batman Begins,' 'King Kong' and 'Sin City.'(AP Photo/Universal Pictures,Suzanne Hanover)AP - Comedies, frequently snubbed by award shows, will be front and center at this year's MTV Movie Awards. "The 40-Year Old Virgin" and "Wedding Crashers" lead with five nominations each, MTV announced Monday. Both films will compete for best movie along with "Batman Begins," "King Kong" and "Sin City."


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FAA Official Plays Self in 'United 93' (AP)
'United 93' director Paul Greengrass stands behind Ben Sliney as they pose for a photograph, Tuesday, April 18, 2006, while promoting the film in New York. Greengrass wrote and directed the film about the flight and passengers aboard United Airlines flight 93, the fourth hijacked plane on Sept. 11, 2001, which crashed in a field in Pennsylvania.  Sliney, operations manager of the Federal Aviation Authority's Herndon, Virginia, facility on that day, plays himself in the film. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)AP - Mental reruns of Sept. 11 go through everyone's mind now and then. Ben Sliney, a key player in bringing that day's air-traffic crisis under control, relived his Sept. 11 on a movie set.


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Michael Jackson eyeing 50 Cent collaboration (Reuters)
Pop star Michael Jackson is seen in Santa Maria, California in this June 13, 2005 file photo. The embattled pop star is eyeing a collaboration with rapper 50 Cent, it was reported April 25, 2006. (Phil Klein/Reuters)Reuters - Embattled pop star Michael Jackson is eyeing a collaboration with rapper 50 Cent.


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Pearl Jam plots fall European tour (Reuters)
Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder perfoms in Las Vegas in a 2003 file photo. Pearl Jam's first European tour in six years will kick off on August 23 in Dublin and run through September 30 in Athens. (Ethan Miller/Reuters)Reuters - Pearl Jam's first European tour in six years will kick off on August 23 in Dublin and run through September 30 in Athens.


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Gretchen Wilson cooking up new songs, first book (Reuters)
Reuters - Still on tour supporting her 2005 album, "All Jacked Up," country singer Gretchen Wilson says she's working up material for her third release, which she hopes to have out within a year.

Dio unleashes live album, makes acting debut (Reuters)
Reuters - One of the most instantly recognizable voices in heavy metal, Ronnie James Dio, has issued a new concert album that focuses on one of his classic works, "Holy Diver: Live." The performance will also arrive on DVD May 30 via Eagle Rock.

CSNY on the road for first time in four years (Reuters)
Reuters - Crosby Stills Nash & Young will kick off their first tour in four years on July 6 near Philadelphia.

Alice in Chains reunite for US, Europe tour (Reuters)
Reuters - The three surviving members of Seattle rock group Alice in Chains have reunited, four years after their lead singer died of a drug overdose, and will launch a tour of the United States and Europe next month, a spokeswoman said on Monday.

Southern rock music mogul Walden dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Phil Walden, the colorful and oft-controversial founder of the pathfinding Southern rock label Capricorn Records and manager of Otis Redding and the Allman Brothers Band, died Sunday of lung cancer at his home in Atlanta. He was 66.

DiFranco Returns at New Orleans Jazz Fest (AP)
Musician Ani DiFranco poses for a portrait at her home in New Orleans, Dec. 30, 2003. DiFranco, who stopped performing for almost a year due to tendinitis in her wrists, will make her comeback Friday at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. (AP Photo/Bill Haber, File)AP - Folk singer Ani DiFranco, who stopped performing for almost a year due to tendinitis in her wrists, will make her comeback Friday at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, in her newly adopted city.


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Black Eyed Peas Plan Benefit Concert (AP)
The Black Eyed Peas are photographed on the roof of Sony Studios in New York on May 2, 2005. They are from left to right; will.i.am, Taboo, Fergie, foreground, and apl.de.ap. The group  will headline a benefit concert next month in Johannesburg, South Africa, to raise awareness for their charity foundation's work in the region, it was announced Monday, April 24. 2006. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - The Black Eyed Peas, inspired by a 2004 trip to South Africa, will headline a benefit concert next month in Johannesburg to raise awareness for their charity foundation in the region.


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Capricorn Records Founder Dies (AP)
AP - Phil Walden, the Capricorn Records founder who launched the careers of Otis Redding and the Allman Brothers Band, has died after a long battle with cancer, a family friend said Monday. He was 66.

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