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Oldest 'Idol' can translate into success (AP)
Taylor Hicks performs after being announced the winner of season five of American Idol on Weds., May 23, 2006 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Despite his Jay Leno look, a soulful voice that recalled another era and a manic, rhythm-less dancing style, Taylor Hicks beat the odds (and a comely Katharine McPhee) to become this year's "American Idol."


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Jamaican ska great Desmond Dekker dies (AP)
This is a July 21, 2001 Jamaican reggae star  Desmond Dekker, who has died suddenly from a heart attack - only a week before his next concert, his manager said Friday may 26, 2006. . The 64-year-old Jamaican, best known for his 1969 smash hit Israelites, collapsed at his home in Surrey southern England Thursday morning. (AP Photo/PA, File)AP - Desmond Dekker, who brought the sound of Jamaican ska music to the world with songs such as "Israelites," has died, his manager said Friday. He was 64.


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'American Idol' gives Fox big ratings (AP)
Taylor Hicks reacts after being announced the winner of season five of American Idol on Wednesday, May 24, 2006, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - New "American Idol" Taylor Hicks wasn't the only winner on Wednesday night.


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Michael Jackson plans appearance in Tokyo (AP)
Michael Jackson arrives at the Santa Barbara County courthouse in this April 27, 2005, file photo in Santa Maria, Calif.  Jackson plans to make his first public appearance since his trial acquittal last June at a ceremony in Tokyo to accept MTV Japan's 'Legend Award,' his spokesman said. Jackson's participation in the award ceremony Saturday at Yoyugi Olympic Stadium will launch an Asian tour. Jackson also plans to visit Singapore, Shanghai and Hong Kong, spokeswoman Raymone K. Bain said in a telephone interview from her Washington, D.C., office Thursday, May 25, 2006. (AP Photo/Michael Mariant, file)AP - Michael Jackson plans to make his first public appearance since his trial acquittal last June at a ceremony in Tokyo to accept MTV Japan's "Legend Award," his spokesman said.


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Cate Blanchett to play Bob Dylan in biopic (AP)
Australian actress Cate Blanchett arrives for the screening of the film 'Babel,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Tuesday, May 23, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - Oscar winner Cate Blanchett, who has portrayed Queen Elizabeth and Katharine Hepburn, will add another legend to her resume: Bob Dylan.


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Cannes brings working class heroes to screens (Reuters)
Portuguese director Pedro Costa poses with cast members during a photocall for the director's in-competition film 'Juventude Em Marcha' (Colossal Youth) at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 26, 2006. (L-R) Antonio Semedo, Costa, Ventura and Alberto Barros. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - Two films at the Cannes film festival portray how the lack of jobs, money and social recognition in Europe can drive men to desperation.


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Train may take on Queen (AP)
AP - Train made a huge splash a few years ago with their mega Grammy-winning hit "Drops of Jupiter." Their latest album, "For Me, It's You," while a critical smash, has sold poorly.

NBC first to revamp new schedule (Reuters)
Actors Matthew Perry (R) and Bradley Whitford (L), stars of the new NBC series 'Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,' pose on the red carpet of the NBC Primetime previews for the 2006-2007 season at Radio City Music Hall in New York May 15, 2006. NBC, struggling to make way for new fall shows as it finishes the TV season dead last in the ratings, said it would shift 'Studio 60' out of the highly competitive Thursday night time slot where it was originally placed. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - NBC, struggling to make way for new fall shows as it finishes the TV season dead last in the ratings, made sweeping changes on Thursday to a prime-time lineup it unveiled to advertisers just last week.


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Time Warner and others to pay in pension suit (Reuters)
People walk in front of the Time Warner Inc. headquarters building at Columbus Circle in New York October 13, 2005. Time Warner Inc. and other defendants have agreed to pay $23 million to settle a lawsuit accusing them of defrauding pension and investment funds in Pennsylvania, the state's Attorney General Tom Corbett said on Thursday. (Nicholas Roberts/Reuters)Reuters - Time Warner Inc. and other defendants including America Online and Ernst & Young have agreed to pay $23 million to settle a lawsuit accusing them of defrauding pension and investment funds in Pennsylvania, the state's Attorney General said on Thursday.


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'Grendel' opera opening delayed by computer glitch (Reuters)
Bass Eric Owens, who will play the title role in the L.A. Opera's upcoming world premier of 'grendel', sings during an announcement for casting and creative details for the opera in Los Angeles, California April 20, 2006. A $2.8 million opera about a medieval monster fell prey to a 21st century computer problem on Thursday, forcing producers of 'Grendel' to delay its world premiere in Los Angeles from Saturday until June 8. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)Reuters - A $2.8 million opera about a medieval monster fell prey to a 21st century computer problem on Thursday, forcing producers of "Grendel" to delay its world premiere in Los Angeles from Saturday until June 8.


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Cannes brings working class heroes to screens (Reuters)
Portuguese director Pedro Costa poses with cast members during a photocall for the director's in-competition film 'Juventude Em Marcha' (Colossal Youth) at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 26, 2006. (L-R) Antonio Semedo, Costa, Ventura and Alberto Barros. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - Two films at the Cannes film festival portray how the lack of jobs, money and social recognition in Europe can drive men to desperation.


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"X-Men" set to "Stand" tall at box office (Reuters)
Actress Halle Berry (L) portrays character 'Storm' and actor Hugh Jackman portrays 'Wolverine' in the new film 'X Men: The Last Stand' in a scene from the film in this undated publicity photograph. 'X-Men: The Last Stand,' the third and last film in the superhero trilogy, is expected to take the box office crown from 'The Da Vinci Code' during the Memorial Day holiday weekend, but will be hard-pressed to match the $85.6 million three-day bow of its 2003 predecessor. (Kerry Hayes/20th Century Fox/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "X-Men: The Last Stand," the third and last film in the superhero trilogy, is expected to take the box office crown from "The Da Vinci Code" during the Memorial Day holiday weekend, but will be hard-pressed to match the $85.6 million three-day bow of its 2003 predecessor.


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Depardieu brings singer into spotlight (Reuters)
Cast member Gerard Depardieu waves during a photocall for 'Quand J'Etais Chanteur' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival, May 26, 2006. (John Schults/Reuters)Reuters - Gerard Depardieu shows off his vocal skills as a lonely dance hall singer in a new French film that paints a nostalgic picture of a profession threatened by DJs and karaoke bars.


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Scarcity of breakouts clouds Cannes (Reuters)
Reuters - With three days left, this year's Cannes Film Festival is shaping up as the Zen festival.

Subsidies rescue Chile film production (Reuters)
Reuters - When most people think of Latin American cinema, Mexico, Argentina and Brazil come to mind. Yet in recent years, Chile has seen production output rise as the state shows growing interest in backing a new generation of filmmakers.

Almodovar ahead as Cannes readies for final fling (Reuters)
Spanish director Pedro Almodovar (L) and Spanish actress Penelope Cruz pose on the steps of the Festival Palace as they arrive at the screening of his in-competition film 'Volver' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 19, 2006. As Cannes prepares for a final fling of glitz and glamour on Sunday with the award ceremony, 'Volver' leads the pack in the race for the coveted 'Palme d'Or' prize. (John Schults/Reuters)Reuters - As Cannes prepares for a final fling of glitz and glamour on Sunday with the award ceremony, Spanish veteran Pedro Almodovar's film "Volver" leads the pack in the race for the coveted "Palme d'Or" prize.


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Polish "Retrieval" a bruising spectacle (Reuters)
Reuters - There's no fight with Apollo Creed, or even a missed chance to have been a "contendah," for 19-year-old Wojtek. The story of a young boxer who struggles for more than redemption, this grim depiction of the squalor of modern-day provincial Poland has plenty of heart.

DVD review: Three war classics for Memorial Day (Reuters)
Reuters - Memorial Day gets an extra-crisp salute from the DVD supply sergeants this year, with several important WWII titles getting upgrades. Here are three of the best releases:

Indian state bans "Da Vinci" film (Reuters)
Indian men wait near the poster of 'The Da Vinci Code' outside a movie theatre in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, May 26, 2006. (Jagadeesh Nv/Reuters)Reuters - India's northern state of Punjab banned the release of the controversial movie "The Da Vinci Code," fearing violence by Christians opposed to the film, officials said on Friday.


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Danny Glover minds "Rewind" store with Black (Reuters)
U.S. actor Danny Glover arrives for the screening for Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's in competition film 'Babel' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 23, 2006.  REUTERS/Eric GaillardReuters - Danny Glover is in final negotiations to join Jack Black in the offbeat comedy "Be Kind, Rewind."


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Train may take on Queen (AP)
AP - Train made a huge splash a few years ago with their mega Grammy-winning hit "Drops of Jupiter." Their latest album, "For Me, It's You," while a critical smash, has sold poorly.

Def Leppard likes its juice (AP)
AP - The group has sold more than 65 million albums. Played for tens of millions of people on almost every continent and have been rocking for almost three decades.

Jon Bon Jovi: Working class (AP)
AP - Jon Bon Jovi is like any typical dad with four kids under the age of 12.

Rob Thomas isn't cool ... or is he? (AP)
AP - Rob Thomas, the lead singer of Matchbox Twenty, has a cool complex. He knows he's not cool and that he fronts an un-cool band.

Motion City Soundtrack: Angst or fun? (AP)
AP - The last year has marked some milestones for Motion City Soundtrack, a growing favorite on the power-pop scene.

My Morning Jacket on cusp of greatness (AP)
AP - A band straddling the indie rock and jam band worlds is generally unprecedented. But when that same band also gets invited to play with the Boston Pops and tour with Pearl Jam, something truly magical is taking place.

Zakk Wylde about Ozzy (AP)
AP - At 19, Zakk Wylde was plucked from a New Jersey gas station to become the lead guitarist and sometime co-songwriter for the Prince of Darkness, Ozzy Osbourne.

Joan Jett will always love rock `n' roll (AP)
AP - Joan Jett has always led a punk lifestyle and now she's set to show the kids just how bad she is when she headlines this summer's Warped Tour after releasing "Sinner," her first studio album in 10 years.

Slayer regroups and returns to road (AP)
AP - Hide your daughters. Slayer is coming to a town near you.

Ben Harper's CD celebrates personal joy (AP)
AP - As its title suggests, Ben Harper's ambitious new release "Both Sides of the Gun" has a split personality.

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