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"Da Vinci Code" to open Cannes, critics cool (Reuters)
'The Da Vinci Code' stars Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou pose with the film's director Ron Howard after their arrival at the Cannes train station May 16, 2006. (Vincent Kessler/Reuters)Reuters - The annual Cannes film festival opens with "The Da Vinci Code" on Wednesday, ending weeks of anticipation about one of the most controversial movies of recent years.


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Latest Spears Photos Spark Safety Debate (AP)
In this  handout photo, supplied by Elizabeth Arden, shows Britney Spears promoting her new perfume, In Control, in New York, in this file photo from May 8, 2006. 'In one regard, she's done more for child safety seat awareness than anyone else in California,' California Highway Patrol spokesman Tom Marshall said Tuesday, May 16, 2006.  'The fact that she's a big star doesn't play into it for us.' Front-page photographs in Tuesday's New York Post and New York Daily News depict the 24-year-old pregnant pop star driving her convertible Mini Cooper with 8-month-old son Sean Preston in the back, sitting in a car seat facing forward. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Arden,Kevin Mazur,HO-File)AP - It's not a role she auditioned for, but pop star Britney Spears has become a poster woman for child car-seat safety.


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Cowell Picks Hicks to Be Next 'Idol' (AP)
Simon Cowell poses in an undated publicity photo from files orginally released by Fox in 2005. The 'America Idol' judge predicts that the gray-haired Taylor Hicks will be the next 'American Idol.' 'I'm going to say he's the favorite, but what do I know?' Cowell told Jay Leno on NBC's 'Tonight Show' Monday, May 15, 2006. (AP Photo/Fox)AP - Simon Cowell predicts that the gray-haired Taylor Hicks will be the next "American Idol." "I'm going to say he's the favorite, but what do I know?" the "Idol" judge told Jay Leno on NBC's "Tonight Show" on Monday.


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Kidman engaged to country star (Reuters)
Actress Nicole Kidman is seen in Washington in a 2005 file photo. Kidman, ex-wife of actor Tom Cruise, is engaged to marry country music star Keith Urban, his spokesman said on Tuesday. (Micah Walter/Reuters)Reuters - Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman, ex-wife of actor Tom Cruise, is engaged to marry country music star Keith Urban, his spokesman said on Tuesday.


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Cosby: Blacks Should Fix Own Communities (AP)
Entertainer Bill Cosby speaks to an audience on the campus of University of the District of Columbia, Tuesday, May 16, 2006, in Washington. The panel discussion on issues facing low income  Americans is being called  a 'Call Out with Bill Cosby'.  (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson)AP - Comedian Bill Cosby told a forum on family and education Tuesday night that African Americans should be proactive and fix their own communities.


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Review: Capsule Reviews of New Films (AP)
AP - Capsule reviews of films opening this week:

Cowell Picks Hicks to Be Next 'Idol' (AP)
Simon Cowell poses in an undated publicity photo from files orginally released by Fox in 2005. The 'America Idol' judge predicts that the gray-haired Taylor Hicks will be the next 'American Idol.' 'I'm going to say he's the favorite, but what do I know?' Cowell told Jay Leno on NBC's 'Tonight Show' Monday, May 15, 2006. (AP Photo/Fox)AP - Simon Cowell predicts that the gray-haired Taylor Hicks will be the next "American Idol." "I'm going to say he's the favorite, but what do I know?" the "Idol" judge told Jay Leno on NBC's "Tonight Show" on Monday.


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"Grey's" fighting crime in new Thursday slot (Reuters)
A promotional handout from ABC for the new show 'Traveler' about three graduates who become wrapped up in a national security investigation. The show is believed to be in the running for a time slot behind 'Lost.' (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - ABC is transplanting the hit hospital drama "Grey's Anatomy" to Thursday, just one of the bold surgical strikes to its schedule the network unveiled Tuesday at its upfront presentation at Lincoln Center.


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"Grey's" fighting crime in new Thursday slot (Reuters)
A promotional handout from ABC for the new show 'Traveler' about three graduates who become wrapped up in a national security investigation. The show is believed to be in the running for a time slot behind 'Lost.' (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - ABC is transplanting the hit hospital drama "Grey's Anatomy" to Thursday, just one of the bold surgical strikes to its schedule the network unveiled Tuesday at its upfront presentation at Lincoln Center.


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"Drowsy" leads Tony nominations, big names snubbed (Reuters)
Cast members from left; Danny Burstein and Beth Leavel from the Broadway show 'The Drowsy Chaperone' perform in this undated handout photo. 'The Drowsy Chaperone,' an affectionate parody of 1920s musicals, led the field with 13 Tony Award nominations on Tuesday while Alan Bennett's 'The History Boys' was confirmed as the favorite for best new play with seven nominations. (Joan Marcus/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "The Drowsy Chaperone," a parody of 1920s musicals, swept the board with 13 Tony Award nominations on Tuesday while big names such as Julia Roberts and Disney were shut out of Broadway's biggest honors.


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Review: Capsule Reviews of New Films (AP)
AP - Capsule reviews of films opening this week:

Review: 'Over the Hedge' (AP)
This undated handout image from 'Over the Hedge' by DreamWorks shows RJ the raccoon (voiced by Bruce Willis), Vern the turtle (Garry Shandling), Hammy the squirrel (Steve Carell), the possums, Ozzie (William Shatner) and his daughter, Heather (Arvil Lavigne), the porcupine couple,  Lou (Eugene Levy) and Penny (Catherine O'Hara), Stella the skunk (Wanda Sykes) and Gladys (Allison Janney). The animated film opens this weekend against the mega-movie 'The Da Vinci Code.' (AP Photo/DreamWorks)AP - "Over the Hedge," the latest star-studded, computer-animated, talking-animal extravaganza, is an indictment of the same sort of suburban overconsumption that the film encourages through its marketing.


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Stars Come Out for Gore's Documentary (AP)
Former Vice President Al Gore gestures while addressing the American Constitution Society at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, in this Jan. 16, 2006, file photo. The former vice president is running to Utah, California, New York, France and Washington and points in between to promote 'An Inconvenient Truth,' a documentary about global warming. He says despite all his running he is not running for president. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, Files)AP - Hollywood rolled out the green carpet Tuesday for former Vice President Al Gore and his global-warming documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth."


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'Da Vinci Code' Protests Widespread (AP)
A Greek Orthodox woman holding a crucifix protests in front of the Parliament in Athens, on Tuesday May 16, 2006. Some 200 protesters waving crucifixes and Greek flags, demonstrated Tuesday against 'The Da Vinci Code' movie, which opens in Athens Thursday. (AP Photo/ Petros Giannakouris)AP - Anger over "The Da Vinci Code," premiering Wednesday at the Cannes Film Festival, escalated as Christian groups from South Korea, Thailand, Greece and India planned boycotts, a hunger strike and attempts to block or shorten screenings.


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"Da Vinci Code" to open Cannes, critics cool (Reuters)
'The Da Vinci Code' stars Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou pose with the film's director Ron Howard after their arrival at the Cannes train station May 16, 2006. (Vincent Kessler/Reuters)Reuters - The annual Cannes film festival opens with "The Da Vinci Code" on Wednesday, ending weeks of anticipation about one of the most controversial movies of recent years.


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China to fine movie crew for damaging environment (Reuters)
Chinese director Chen Kaige poses during a photocall to present his competition film 'The Promise' at the 56th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 12, 2006. China will fine the crew of the country's most expensive movie, 'The Promise' by Kaige, for damaging the environment in an area of outstanding natural beauty, state media said on Wednesday. (Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters)Reuters - China will fine the crew of the country's most expensive movie, "The Promise" by Oscar-nominated director Chen Kaige, for damaging the environment in an area of outstanding natural beauty, state media said on Wednesday.


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'The Da Vinci Code' Just Keeps on Selling (AP)
A copy of the book The Da Vinci Code is displayed at the High Court in London, February 27, 2006. Readers on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean made bestsellers last year of 'The Da Vinci Code' and the latest Harry Potter adventure, but British publishers for only the second time in 20 years churned out more new book choices than their American counterparts. (Toby Melville/Reuters)AP - If the pace of book sales predicts a movie's success, then "The Da Vinci Code" is a certain smash.


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"Narnia" top DVD of year (Reuters)
A promotional image for the movie, 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.' Positioned as an ideal Easter gift, 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' logged a second consecutive week as the top-selling DVD in the United States, according to data issued Wednesday. REUTERS/Phil Bray/2005 Disney Enterprises, Inc. and Walden Media LLC./PRNewsFotoReuters - Disney said Tuesday it has sold more than 11 million DVDs of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe," making it the top-selling video in the United States so far this year.


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Kidman engaged to country star (Reuters)
Actress Nicole Kidman is seen in Washington in a 2005 file photo. Kidman, ex-wife of actor Tom Cruise, is engaged to marry country music star Keith Urban, his spokesman said on Tuesday. (Micah Walter/Reuters)Reuters - Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman, ex-wife of actor Tom Cruise, is engaged to marry country music star Keith Urban, his spokesman said on Tuesday.


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'Da Vinci Code' Misses the Mark for Critics (AP)
American actor Tom Hanks, star of the new movie 'The Da Vinci Code,' poses for photographers as he arrives with fellow cast members at the train station in Cannes, southern France, on Tuesday, May 16, 2006.  'The Da Vinci Code' will open the 59th International film festival on Wednesday night.  (AP Photo/Francois Mori)AP - "The Da Vinci Code" drew lukewarm praise, shrugs of indifference, some jeering laughter and a few derisive jabs Tuesday from arguably the world's toughest movie crowd: critics at the Cannes Film Festival.


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Cowell Picks Hicks to Be Next 'Idol' (AP)
Simon Cowell poses in an undated publicity photo from files orginally released by Fox in 2005. The 'America Idol' judge predicts that the gray-haired Taylor Hicks will be the next 'American Idol.' 'I'm going to say he's the favorite, but what do I know?' Cowell told Jay Leno on NBC's 'Tonight Show' Monday, May 15, 2006. (AP Photo/Fox)AP - Simon Cowell predicts that the gray-haired Taylor Hicks will be the next "American Idol." "I'm going to say he's the favorite, but what do I know?" the "Idol" judge told Jay Leno on NBC's "Tonight Show" on Monday.


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Isaac Hayes the Father of Baby Boy (AP)
Isaac Hayes and his wife Adjowa are seen in this Thursday, June 9, 2005 file photo in New York. Hayes and his wife are the parents of a baby boy, the couple announced Tuesday, May 16, 2006.  Nana Kwadjo Hayes was born April 10 and weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces, spokesman Rob Moore said. (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock)AP - Isaac Hayes and his wife are the parents of a baby boy, the couple announced Tuesday.


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French teenage rockers join the big league (Reuters)
Reuters - A year ago, French teenage punk rock band Second Sex played its first gig in the dingy basement of the tiny Bar 3 in Paris' Latin Quarter in front of a dozen school friends.

Record labels sue XM over portable device (Reuters)
The Pioneer Inno XM2go satellite radio device is seen in an undated publicity photo. The recording industry on Tuesday sued XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., alleging its Inno device that can store music infringes on copyrights and transforms a passive radio experience into the equivalent of a digital download service like iTunes. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - The recording industry on Tuesday sued XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., alleging its Inno device that can store music infringes on copyrights and transforms a passive radio experience into the equivalent of a digital download service like iTunes.


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Goo Goo Dolls rest on radio-friendly laurels (Reuters)
Goo Goo Dolls' John Rzeznik, left, and Robby Takac perform  Aug. 20, 2005, in Miller Park stadium in Milwaukee. A failure in an underground electrical line in Mount Clemens, Mich., on Wednesday, May 3, 2006, apparently caused a series of gas explosions that sent utility hole covers flying and forced cancellation of the group's concert, officials say.(AP Photo/Morry Gash)Reuters - "We're all friends here," said Goo Goo Dolls frontman John Rzeznik after the third song of the band's 17-song set Monday.


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Axl and Co. bring "Democracy" to New York (Reuters)
Axl Rose of the Guns N'Roses performs on stage in this January 14, 2001 file photo. It's the return of Guns N' Roses, or actually Axl Rose and whoever he happens to feel like playing with at the moment. (Paulo Whitaker/Reuters)Reuters - An aging former member of an iconic rock band goes out on the road periodically, bringing along with him an ever-changing lineup of musicians. He plays a generous selection of the beloved vintage hits, along with a smattering of new material that the audience responds to only half-heartedly.


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Guitarist splits from Sum 41 (Reuters)
'Sum 41' singer/guitarist Deryck Whibley (L) and guitarist Dave Baksh perform in Las Vegas, January 18, 2002. Baksh has left the Canadian pop-punk group to concentrate on his own band, Brown Brigade. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - Sum 41 guitarist Dave Baksh has left the Canadian pop-punk group to concentrate on his own band, Brown Brigade.


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In tiny kingdom, Bono presses new Africa agenda (Reuters)
Irish rock star Bono looks on during the launch of the latest company to sign up to a new global brand Product Red in Oxford Street, London on May 15, 2006. (Luke MacGregor/Reuters)Reuters - Irish rock star Bono on Tuesday threw his weight behind a new initiative in Lesotho that will give textile workers access to testing and treatment for AIDS.


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Latest Spears Photos Spark Safety Debate (AP)
In this  handout photo, supplied by Elizabeth Arden, shows Britney Spears promoting her new perfume, In Control, in New York, in this file photo from May 8, 2006. 'In one regard, she's done more for child safety seat awareness than anyone else in California,' California Highway Patrol spokesman Tom Marshall said Tuesday, May 16, 2006.  'The fact that she's a big star doesn't play into it for us.' Front-page photographs in Tuesday's New York Post and New York Daily News depict the 24-year-old pregnant pop star driving her convertible Mini Cooper with 8-month-old son Sean Preston in the back, sitting in a car seat facing forward. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Arden,Kevin Mazur,HO-File)AP - It's not a role she auditioned for, but pop star Britney Spears has become a poster woman for child car-seat safety.


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Sheryl Crow Back Onstage After Surgery (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Sheryl Crow arrives for the 48th Annual Grammy Awards, Feb. 8, 2006, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.  (AP Photo/Chris Carlson, File)AP - Knocked down by cancer, Sheryl Crow is back to rock 'n' rolling.


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