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'Break-Up' earns $38.1M to top box office (AP)
This undated photo, supplied by Universal Pictures, shows Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston in their new film, 'The Break-Up.' The couple, who became the latest Hollywood hookup, got together while making 'The Break-Up,' which opens Friday, June 2, 2006.(AP Photo/Universal Pictures,Melissa Moseley)AP - Supported by real-life romantic splits and hookups, Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn's "The Break-Up" pulled an upset over the mutant world of the "X-Men."


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MTV Movie Awards celebrate fun of films (AP)
Host Jessica Alba poses backstage at the 2006 MTV Movie Awards in Culver City, Calif., on Saturday, June 3, 2006. Alba won the award for 'Sexiest Performance'. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - Jessica Alba played starring roles in "King Kong," "Mission Impossible: III" and "The Da Vinci Code." At least she did on Saturday, when she parodied the three blockbusters as the host of the 2006 MTV Movie Awards, known for taking a lighthearted look at the industry it honors.


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Thai survivors upset by tsunami miniseries (AP)
An Indonesian woman prays in front of the wreckage of a house in the Bantul district of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Friday, June 2, 2006. Nearly a week after a powerful quake killed more than 6,000 people, Indonesian earthquake survivors salvaged the remains of their flattened homes Friday, the slow beginning of a reconstruction process in a country already struggling to rebuild after the Asian tsunami.(AP Photo/Ed Wray)AP - Some survivors of the 2004 South Asian tsunami say an upcoming television miniseries will do little more than open fresh wounds from the disaster.


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Lyons prepares for new season of storms (AP)
AP - During pre-Katrina visits to New Orleans, Steve Lyons set aside a few hours for an errand that would probably only occur to the Weather Channel's hurricane expert. He'd wander through the city and ask residents whether or not they would evacuate if a hurricane was on its way.

Green to host online weekly call-in show (AP)
In this undated photo released by ManiaTV, Tom Green is shown behind a microphone. Green is getting another late-night talk show, this time online. Tom Green is getting another late-night talk show, this time online. Nearly three years after MTV axed his show, ManiaTV.com will begin hosting a weekly call-in show with Green on June 15 live from his living room in the Hollywood Hills. Denver-based ManiaTV is calling 'Tom Green Live' the first live, call-in show on the Internet. (AP Photo/ManiaTV, HO)AP - Tom Green is getting another late-night talk show — this time online.


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"Da Vinci" passes $400 million overseas (Reuters)
Reuters - "The Da Vinci Code" led the foreign box office for a third weekend, as its total raced to $410 million -- more than double its North American haul of $172.7 million.

Satan is real for music biz on Tuesday (Reuters)
Reuters - The music industry has an unprecedented opportunity on Tuesday to have some fun with its reputation -- deserved or otherwise -- as the devilish corrupter of innocent youth.

"Deal" continues for online gamers (Reuters)
Reuters - Fans of NBC's "Deal or No Deal" will be able to continue guessing which suitcase holds the least amount of cash even after Monday night's season finale. Online video game site http://www.King.com has launched two new versions of the hit game show, giving players the chance to compete for cash prizes.

YouTube channeling its users (Reuters)
A view of the video search site YouTube. The company has unveiled a reconfigured Web site in response to a relaunch by rival Yahoo of its own viral service. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Video search site YouTube has unveiled a reconfigured Web site in response to a relaunch by rival Yahoo of its own viral service.


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Golijov's opera on Garcia Lorca proves a hit (Reuters)
Reuters - At first blush, a new opera meditating on the life and death of Spanish poet/playwright Federico Garcia Lorca seems an unlikely choice to be a chart hit. But Osvaldo Golijov's "Ainadamar" is precisely that.

"Da Vinci" passes $400 million overseas (Reuters)
Reuters - "The Da Vinci Code" led the foreign box office for a third weekend, as its total raced to $410 million -- more than double its North American haul of $172.7 million.

Zombie plots new mayhem for "Halloween" (Reuters)
Reuters - Rocker-turned-filmmaker Rob Zombie is resurrecting Michael Myers, one of the big screen's favorite horror villains.

Feuding "Crash" producers battle on a new film (Reuters)
'Crash' producers Cathy Schulman (C) and Bob Yari (R) at the taping of the 37th annual NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles, February 25, 2006. A feud involving the producers of the Oscar-winning movie has spread to their next movie, 'The Illusionist,' starring Edward Norton. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - A feud involving the producers of the Oscar-winning movie "Crash" has spread to their next movie, "The Illusionist," starring Edward Norton.


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Cruise plays action man for "M:I3" Japan premiere (Reuters)
Tom Cruise arrives at a screening for his new movie 'Mission Impossible 3' in Harlem, New York, May 3, 2006. Cruise will recreate an action scene the film when he travels to Japan later this month for the local premiere. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)Reuters - Tom Cruise will recreate an action scene from "Mission: Impossible 3" when he travels to Japan later this month for the local premiere.


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'Break-Up' tops 'X-Men' at box office (AP)
This undated photo, supplied by Universal Pictures, shows Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston in their new film, 'The Break-Up.' The couple, who became the latest Hollywood hookup, got together while making 'The Break-Up,' which opens Friday, June 2, 2006.(AP Photo/Universal Pictures,Melissa Moseley)AP - Supported by real-life romantic splits and hookups, Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn's "The Break-Up" pulled an upset over the mutant world of the "X-Men."


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Jennifer Aniston finally gets box office "Break" (Reuters)
Actress Jennifer Aniston poses in front of a movie poster as she arrives for the premiere of 'The Break-Up' in Los Angeles, May 22, 2006. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)Reuters - While her former husband is playing daddy in Namibia, Jennifer Aniston is basking in her new role as Hollywood's latest movie star.


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Dating comedy adds up "99 Problems" (Reuters)
Reuters - Producer Joe Roth has 99 problems . . . and a script ain't one of them.

Will Smith adding "Pounds" (Reuters)
Will Smith greets fans in Los Angeles, April 1, 2006. Smith has weighed in on one of his next projects, a drama called 'Seven Pounds.' The Columbia Pictures project centres on a man who falls in love with a woman while attempting to kill himself. (Katie Jackson/Reuters)Reuters - Will Smith has weighed in on one of his next projects, a drama called "Seven Pounds."


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Jen and Vince's Hot "Break-Up" (E! Online)
The relationship spat 
 movie The Break-Up, starring the ex-Mrs Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, 
 and her very close friend, Vince Vaughn, surpassed the expectations of 
 distributors and exhibitors to open with an estimated weekend gross of 
 $38.1 million.E! Online - The relationship spat movie The Break-Up, starring the ex-Mrs Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, and her very close friend, Vince Vaughn, surpassed the expectations of distributors and exhibitors to open with an estimated weekend gross of $38.1 million.


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"Wedding Crashers" Crashes MTV Awards (E! Online)
It may have been hosted by one of Hollywood's hottest femmes, 
 but the 2006 MTV Movie Awards were definitely boys' night out.E! Online - It may have been hosted by one of Hollywood's hottest femmes, but the 2006 MTV Movie Awards were definitely boys' night out.


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Satan is real for music biz on Tuesday (Reuters)
Reuters - The music industry has an unprecedented opportunity on Tuesday to have some fun with its reputation -- deserved or otherwise -- as the devilish corrupter of innocent youth.

OutKast sidekick to release debut album (Reuters)
Reuters - Rapper and longtime OutKast associate Sleepy Brown will release his debut album, "Mr. Brown," September 27.

Sony Music grabs a slice of Pizza (Reuters)
Reuters - Atlanta-based pop trio Laughing Pizza has signed a deal with Sony BMG Music to develop children's recordings, direct-to-DVD titles and TV programming based on the group's live act.

Is "daggy" Manilow the answer to loud cars? (Reuters)
Reuters - Sick and tired of souped-up cars with loud engines and pulsing music? Barry Manilow may be the answer.

New acts building a fan base try to phone it in (Reuters)
Reuters - Hello, your career is calling.

Hank III goes "Straight to Hell" in L.A (Reuters)
Reuters - Country may have ruled the roost at the Roxy on Friday night, but it's a safe bet that the parade of topless girls who made their way from the crowd to the stage throughout Hank III's sold-out West Hollywood show won't be seen on the upcoming Dixie Chicks tour.

Nelly Furtado gets "Loose" with new sound, look (Reuters)
Canadian singer Nelly Furtado is interviewed on the television program'MuchOnDemand' in Toronto May 5, 2006. Furtado's latest album release 'Loose' will be available in June. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)Reuters - Chalk it up to a corporate merger, limited promotion or maybe just a record that was too different from her first -- whatever the reason, Nelly Furtado's last record tanked.


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World Cup getting a kick out of music (Reuters)
Switzerland's national soccer team striker Alexander Frei scores a penalty against China's national soccer team goalkeeper Li Leilei during a friendly pre-World Cup soccer match at the Hardturm stadium in Zurich, June 3, 2006. FIFA, the world soccer's governing body, selected the chanted word 'Bamboo' as the official melody for this year's World Cup. (Pascal Lauener/Reuters)Reuters - The most popular recording this year may not be a song, but rather a five-note melody called "Bamboo."


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Latin American music sales head south during World Cup (Reuters)
Reuters - When the World Cup begins June 9, four Latin countries will be competing, and two of them -- Brazil and Argentina -- will have a serious shot at winning.

AARP tunes in to music as promotional tool (Reuters)
Reuters - This is not your father's AARP.

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