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Another 'Idol' Gets the Boot, Leaving Two (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 - Tears streamed from "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul's eyes when the result was announced. The audience stood and clapped, paying their respects.


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'Da Vinci' Opens Amid Hoopla and Rage (AP)
American actor and jury member Samuel L. Jackson, left, Palestinian director and jury member Elia Suleiman, center, and French director and jury member Patrice Leconte arrive for the screening of 'The Da Vinci Code,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Wednesday, May 17, 2006. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)AP - The director huffed, offended believers protested and the critics carped as "The Da Vinci Code" premiered and started its march around the world Wednesday.


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Paul McCartney, Wife Blame Media for Split (AP)
Paul McCartney speaks to the press as his wife, Heather Mills, looks on at the United Nations Association of the USA awards dinner in New York, in this Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2002 file photo.  According to London hnewspaper reports Wednesday May 17, 2006, the couple are planning to separate, although representatives of the couple declined to comment, but said an official statement was expected later Wednesday.  The couple have been married for some four years (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, file)AP - Former Beatle Paul McCartney and his second wife, Heather Mills McCartney, said Wednesday that they are separating after nearly four years of marriage, blaming intrusion from the media and insisting their split is amicable.


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Bill Clinton to Write New Book on Public (AP)
Former President Bill Clinton smiles on the podium after receiving his honorary degree at a Tulane University Commencement in New Orleans in this Saturday, May 13, 2006 file photo. After writing an autobiography that sold millions of copies and earned him a hefty advance, Clinton has struck a deal to write another book. Alfred A. Knopf will publish the new work, in which Clinton will focus on public service and citizen activism, telling a story that he hopes will 'lift spirits' and 'touch hearts,' the former president said in a statement.      (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, Pool, FILE)AP - After writing an autobiography that sold millions of copies and earned him a hefty advance, former President Clinton has struck a deal to write another book.


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Gore Debuts Global Warming Film (AP)
Former Vice President Al Gore, right, and producer Laurie David pose for photographers as they arrive at the premiere of the documentary 'An Inconvenient Truth' in Los Angeles, Tuesday, May 16, 2006. (AP Photo/Lucas Jackson)AP - Former Vice President Al Gore debuted his global-warming documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth," Wednesday night to a Washington audience that included members of Congress and Queen Noor of Jordan.


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"Corpse Bride" co-director wedded to 'Despereaux' (Reuters)
Reuters - "Corpse Bride" co-director Mike Johnson has replaced Sylvain Chomet on the animated feature "The Tale of Despereaux."

Another 'Idol' Gets the Boot, Leaving Two (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 - Tears streamed from "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul's eyes when the result was announced. The audience stood and clapped, paying their respects.


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TV producers worried about product placement (Reuters)
Reuters - As the major networks unveil their fall schedules this week, television writers and producers took advantage of the high-profile events Wednesday to express concern about product placement deals, an increasingly popular way for broadcasters to boost revenues.

Top Republicans mobilize on indecency bill (Reuters)
Reuters - Republican leaders in the U.S. Senate are preparing another attempt to win quick approval of legislation greatly increasing the fines broadcasters would pay for violating the nation's indecency laws.

Duncan Sheik-Steven Sater Musical 'Spring Awakening' Will Bud (Playbill)
Playbill - Atlantic Theater's Company's world premiere production, Spring Awakening, will begin May 19, a day later than expected. The change allows more time to work out production details for the new musical.

"Corpse Bride" co-director wedded to 'Despereaux' (Reuters)
Reuters - "Corpse Bride" co-director Mike Johnson has replaced Sylvain Chomet on the animated feature "The Tale of Despereaux."

"Paris" producers not feeling the love (Reuters)
U.S. director Gus Van Sant is seen at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 17, 2006. 'Paris, je t'aime' (Paris, I Love You) may well be a film about amour, but there is little love lost between the producers of this collection of vignettes directed by the likes of Gus Van Sant, Alexander Payne and Wes Craven. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - "Paris, je t'aime" (Paris, I Love You) may well be a film about amour, but there is little love lost between the producers of this collection of vignettes directed by the likes of Gus Van Sant, Alexander Payne and Wes Craven.


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"Paris je t'aime" a pleasing romantic jumble (Reuters)
Reuters - Being in Paris is to be inside a work of art, and it is no surprise that in the charming collection of vignettes that make up "Paris je t'aime," the art is love.

Dunst in "Rewind" mode with Jack Black (Reuters)
Actress Kirsten Dunst is seen in this December 13, 2005 file photo. Dunst is in negotiations to join Jack Black in 'Be Kind Rewind.' (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Kirsten Dunst is in negotiations to join Jack Black in "Be Kind Rewind."


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Rival Marvin Gaye movie hooks director (Reuters)
Reuters - Still photographer D. Stevens will direct "Marvin -- The Life Story of Marvin Gaye," which begins shooting later this year.

Gosling gets the "Real Girl" (Reuters)
Actor Ryan Gosling is seen in this June 21, 2004 file photo. Gosling will play a loner who falls for a lifelike doll he finds on the Internet in the romantic comedy 'Lars and the Real Girl.' (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Ryan Gosling will play a loner who falls for a lifelike doll he finds on the Internet in the romantic comedy "Lars and the Real Girl."


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"Rocky" sequel sets December 22 fight date (Reuters)
Actor Sylvester Stallone waves to the audience during filming of a scene for the upcoming 'Rocky VI' movie in this December 3, 2005 file photo. 'Rocky Balboa,' the next installment of the saga about the beloved boxer from Philadelphia -- written, directed by and starring Sylvester Stallone -- will be distributed in the U.S. and Canada by MGM Studios on December 22. (R. Marsh Starks/Reuters)Reuters - Rocky is back in the ring just in time for Christmas.


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Big crowds await "Da Vinci Code" despite reviews (Reuters)
People look at the time table for the movie 'The Da Vinci Code' at a theatre in Manila May 18, 2006. (Romeo Ranoco/Reuters)Reuters - First reviews for "The Da Vinci Code" may be mostly scathing, but box office experts say they expect the Mona Lisa to keep smiling all the way to the bank this weekend.


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China pips Cannes with "Da Vinci Code" premiere (Reuters)
A woman walks past a poster of the movie 'The Da Vinci Code' in China's capital Beijing May 18, 2006. China, in dispute with the Vatican over its appointment of bishops without papal approval, hosted a premiere of 'The Da Vinci Code' hours before the gala opening at Cannes, Xinhua news agency said on Thursday. (Jason Lee/Reuters)Reuters - China, in dispute with the Vatican over its appointment of bishops without papal approval, hosted a premiere of "The Da Vinci Code" hours before the gala opening at Cannes, Xinhua news agency said on Thursday.


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"Da Vinci Code" secret is out: Most critics hate it (Reuters)
U.S. actor Tom Hanks gestures on the red carpet before the world premiere of U.S. director Ron Howard's out of competition film 'The Da Vinci Code' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 17, 2006. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - Most critics panned "The Da Vinci Code" on Wednesday ahead of the world premiere of the year's most eagerly awaited movie.


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Another 'Idol' Gets the Boot, Leaving Two (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 - Tears streamed from "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul's eyes when the result was announced. The audience stood and clapped, paying their respects.


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Awards Put Spotlight on Unseen Songwriters (AP)
Songwriters Terence Yoshiaki Graves, left, and Mike Fratantuno, who were two of the writers of the Black Eyed Peas song 'Let's Get It Started,' arrive for the 54th Annual BMI Pop Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., Tuesday, May 16, 2006. The awards dinner honored the songwriters and publishers of the most performed pop songs of the past 12 months. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - The Regent Beverly Wilshire hotel ballroom was filled with some of pop's biggest hitmakers, but even the most ardent music fans would have had a hard time finding a familiar face.


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Chili Peppers top US music charts for first time (Reuters)
Red Hot Chili Peppers lead singer Anthony Kiedis is seen in Culver City, California, March 20, 2006. Funk-rock band the Red Hot Chili Peppers topped the U.S. charts for the first time in its 22-year history on Wednesday, while Neil Young's tirade against President Bush failed to do much for his sales. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Funk-rock band the Red Hot Chili Peppers topped the U.S. charts for the first time in its 22-year history on Wednesday, while Neil Young's tirade against President Bush failed to do much for his sales.


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Funky Memphis keeps hottest music to itself (Reuters)
Reuters - Interesting town, Memphis. I was reacquainted with that fact when I spent 10 days there early this month on what I laughably called "vacation."

Foo Fighters to launch acoustic tour in July (Reuters)
**FILE PHOTO** The Foo Fighters, from left, Nate Mendel, Taylor Hawkins, Dave Grohl and Chris Shiflett are photographed before their concert in Duluth, Ga., Sept. 8, 2005. (AP Photo/John Amis)Reuters - The Foo Fighters are going acoustic this summer with a string of theater dates in July and August.


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The Byrds take wing with new boxed set (Reuters)
Reuters - One of the most influential American-spawned bands will be celebrated with the five-disc box set, "The Byrds: There is a Season."

Rise Against resurrects hardcore punk in LA (Reuters)
Reuters - When Rise Against frontman Tim McIlrath belted through the final words of set-closing "Give It All," he leaned into the crowd, put his hands in the air and was supported by a sea of outstretched arms.

Underappreciated Parnell in rare LA appearance (Reuters)
Reuters - Making his first appearance in Los Angeles in at least four years Tuesday, Lee Roy Parnell offered a fair share of idiosyncratic moments.

Jack White Takes the Raconteurs Seriously (AP)
Music group The Raconteurs are photographed in New York, April , 2006, and are from left Jack Lawrence, Brendan Benson, Patrick Keeler and Jack White.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Given that Jack White is the creative force behind the White Stripes and has left his musical imprint on a host of other projects, it would seem safe to assume that his new creation — the group the Raconteurs — is yet another White-dominated outlet meant to occupy the rocker's time between Stripes albums.


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Napster Narrows 4th-Quarter Loss to $4.4M (AP)
Tiffany Gates works behind the reception desk in the lobby of Napster headquarter in Los Angeles Tuesday, May 16, 2006, in West Hollywood, Calif. Online music service Napster is scheduled to report fiscal fourth-quarter results after the market closes.  (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Napster Inc. on Wednesday reported its fourth-quarter loss narrowed from the year-ago period as the online music service saw strong growth in the number of subscribers during the quarter.


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