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'X-Men' scores record holiday opening (AP)
Halle Berry, Storm in the 'X-Men' film trilogy, waves to the audience of the  NBC 'Today' television program  in New York's Rockefeller Center, Friday morning May 26, 2006. She promoting ''X-Men: The Last Stand.'  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - The superhero epic "X-Men: The Last Stand" proved magnetic over the Memorial Day weekend, taking in $120.1 million, the biggest opening ever for the holiday weekend.


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Jolie and Pitt give to Namibian hospitals (AP)
Angelina Jolie, left, and Brad Pitt attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in this Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006 file photo.  Brad Pitt's publicist announced Saturday, May 27, 2006 that Angelina Jolie has given birth to the couple's child in Africa. (AP Photo/Keystone, Walter Bieri)AP - Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt celebrated the birth of their daughter in Namibia by donating $300,000 to help other babies in this impoverished southern African country, according to a government statement Monday.


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Paris Hilton plans reggae, hip hop album (AP)
Paris Hilton waves as she arrives for the screening of the film 'X-Men: The Last Stand,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on May 22, 2006. Hilton says her upcoming album will be a mix of reggae, pop and hip-hop, with the first single being a reggae song called 'Stars Are Blind.' (AP Photo/Francois Mori)AP - Paris Hilton says her upcoming album will be a mix of reggae, pop and hip-hop, with the first single being a reggae song called "Stars Are Blind."


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Shatner: Horses can help disabled kids (AP)
Canadian actor William Shatner pauses during a press conference at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, Monday, May 29, 2006.  Shatner is in Jerusalem to launch the William ShatnerJewish National Fund Therapeutic Riding  Consortium Endowment. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)AP - The captain who dared to "boldly go where no man has gone before" has targeted a new destination: William Shatner believes he can contribute to Middle East peace by helping disabled children through horseback riding.


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Breakfast Club's Paul Gleason dies (AP)
This undated handout photo provided by Bear Manor Media Publications, shows character actor Paul Gleason, who died of lung cancer Saturday, May 27, 2006, in Burbank, Calif. Gleason died of mesothelioma, a rare form of lung cancer, said his wife, Susan Gleason. He was 67.  (AP Photo/Bear Manor Media Publications, Annie Leibovitz, HO)AP - Paul Gleason, who was in "Trading Places" and "The Breakfast Club," has died. He was 67.


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'X-Men' scores record holiday opening (AP)
Halle Berry, Storm in the 'X-Men' film trilogy, waves to the audience of the  NBC 'Today' television program  in New York's Rockefeller Center, Friday morning May 26, 2006. She promoting ''X-Men: The Last Stand.'  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - The superhero epic "X-Men: The Last Stand" proved magnetic over the Memorial Day weekend, taking in $120.1 million, the biggest opening ever for the holiday weekend.


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No stopping Gnarls Barkley (yet) on UK chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Gnarls Barkley's gravity-defying run at the top of the U.K. singles chart has extended into a ninth week, but the run may soon end -- thanks to the duo's own record company.

Pair made for last episodes of "Sopranos" (Reuters)
Michael Imperioli of the 'Sopranos' arrives at the 11th annual Screen Actors Guild awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, February 5, 2005. Imperioli and Vincent Curatola have closed deals to appear in the final eight episodes of HBO's mob drama. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - "The Sopranos" co-stars Michael Imperioli and Vincent Curatola have closed deals to appear in the final eight episodes of HBO's mob drama.


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'X-Men' scores record holiday opening (AP)
Halle Berry, Storm in the 'X-Men' film trilogy, waves to the audience of the  NBC 'Today' television program  in New York's Rockefeller Center, Friday morning May 26, 2006. She promoting ''X-Men: The Last Stand.'  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - The superhero epic "X-Men: The Last Stand" proved magnetic over the Memorial Day weekend, taking in $120.1 million, the biggest opening ever for the holiday weekend.


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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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'X-Men' scores record holiday opening (AP)
Halle Berry, Storm in the 'X-Men' film trilogy, waves to the audience of the  NBC 'Today' television program  in New York's Rockefeller Center, Friday morning May 26, 2006. She promoting ''X-Men: The Last Stand.'  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - The superhero epic "X-Men: The Last Stand" proved magnetic over the Memorial Day weekend, taking in $120.1 million, the biggest opening ever for the holiday weekend.


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Depardieu hits another high note in "Singer" (Reuters)
Reuters - One gets so used to Gerard Depardieu's fine performances in film after film that one almost takes him for granted.

"Taxidermia" a kinky drama for maniacs (Reuters)
Reuters - Cannes cineastes will conjure up recollections of early Bunuel and Wertmuller: Bloodied slabs of meat and huge flabs of female buttocks. Such is the visual poetry of this pungently graphic assault on the viewing senses in "Taxidermia," which is likely to be viewed in its bloody entirety by only thoracic surgeons and maniacs.

British director strikes Cannes gold with "Wind" (Reuters)
British director Ken Loach receives the 'Palme d'Or' award for his film 'The Wind That Shakes The Barley' from award presenter Emmanuelle Beart during the awards ceremony at the 59th Cannes Film Festival, May 28, 2006. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - British films triumphed at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday with veteran Ken Loach's war-themed "The Wind That Shakes the Barley" winning the coveted Palme d'Or and newcomer Andrea Arnold picking up the Jury Prize for "Red Road."


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"X-Men" sequel performs box office heroics (Reuters)
Rebecca Romijn in a scene from 'X-Men: The Last Stand' from 20th Century Fox. The final film in the 'X-Men' superhero trilogy blew past last weekend's box office champ, 'The Da Vinci Code,' to post the fourth-highest all-time opening in North America, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The "X-Men" mutants overpowered the human competition at the U.S. Memorial Day holiday box office in North America, while "The Da Vinci Code" remained the top choice overseas, according to studio estimates issued on Monday.


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"Blade Runner" replicated on DVD again (Reuters)
Director Ridley Scott poses after his award ceremony at the 29th American film festival of Deauville, western France, September 13, 2003. Scott's sci-fi classic 'Blade Runner,' one of the first movies to appear on DVD in 1997, is being restored and remastered for a brief reissue in September. (Philippe Wojazer/Reuters)Reuters - Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic "Blade Runner," one of the first movies to appear on DVD in 1997, is being restored and remastered for a brief reissue in September.


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Brave new world for summer tie-ins (Reuters)
Visitors to the 59th Cannes Film Festival read a promotional newspaper declaring 'Superman is Back' as part of the marketing campaign of Warner Bros' upcoming release 'Superman Returns', May 24, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Big summer films such as "Superman Returns" and "Cars" are looking further afield than traditional marketing partners like McDonald's, Burger King and PepsiCo as they try to reach niche markets -- and figure out how to deal with media attention on junk food and obesity.


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Chinese director drives "Car" to Cannes win (Reuters)
Reuters - Chinese director Wang Chao won the top prize in the Un Certain Regard sidebar at the Cannes Film Festival for his film "Luxury Car."

In Singapore, a censor's cuts and sensibilities (Reuters)
Reuters - Singapore's chief censor, Amy Chua, says she loves human interest films -- the kind where the humble protagonist succeeds against all odds.

Whitaker joins assassination thriller (Reuters)
U.S. actor Forest Whitaker poses as he attends a photocall in Venice September 6, 2005. Whitaker has signed on to join 'Vantage Point,' a thriller starring Dennis Quaid, Matthew Fox and William Hurt. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Forest Whitaker has signed on to join "Vantage Point," a thriller starring Dennis Quaid, Matthew Fox and William Hurt.


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No stopping Gnarls Barkley (yet) on UK chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Gnarls Barkley's gravity-defying run at the top of the U.K. singles chart has extended into a ninth week, but the run may soon end -- thanks to the duo's own record company.

Zero 7 packing laptops for summer tour (Reuters)
Reuters - When electro-soul collective Zero 7 hits the road this summer to support its third album "The Garden, which just debuted at No. 4 in Britain, the group will share the stage with two intimidating new members.

UK pop singer Melua hopes for US breakthrough (Reuters)
Katie Melua performs in this March 19, 2005 file photo. A chance encounter at school set young British pop singer Melua on the path to international stardom. (Mike Hutchings/Reuters)Reuters - A chance encounter at school set young British pop singer Katie Melua on the path to international stardom.


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House veteran Frankie Knuckles makes some noice (Reuters)
Reuters - If you want something released right, release it yourself. That is Frankie Knuckles' stand.

Paris Hilton plans reggae, hip hop album (AP)
Paris Hilton waves as she arrives for the screening of the film 'X-Men: The Last Stand,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on May 22, 2006. Hilton says her upcoming album will be a mix of reggae, pop and hip-hop, with the first single being a reggae song called 'Stars Are Blind.' (AP Photo/Francois Mori)AP - Paris Hilton says her upcoming album will be a mix of reggae, pop and hip-hop, with the first single being a reggae song called "Stars Are Blind."


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Clay Aiken look-alike sings on 'Idol' (AP)
AP - Up on the "American Idol" stage, the girls began screaming and Michael Sandecki of Hinesville, Ga., thought it was for him.

'80's Hits' must stand on their own (AP)
AP - Various Artists, "'80s Hits Stripped" (Sidewinder Music)

Susana Baca creates something powerful (AP)
AP - Susana Baca "Travesias" (V2)

Stanley reaches back to Carter classics (AP)
AP - Ralph Stanley, "A Distant Land to Roam: Ralph Stanley Sings Songs of The Carter Family" (DMZ/Columbia)

"A Mighty Wind" is full of energy (AP)
AP - Andrae Crouch, "A Mighty Wind" (Verity)

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