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'Wonderful Life' tops inspiring film list (AP)
In this 1946 file photo, legendary actor James Stewart as George Bailey, center, is reunited with his wife played by actress Donna Reed, third from left, and family during the last scene of Frank Capra's 'It's A Wonderful Life.'  The classic film tops the American Film Institute's list of inspirational films revealed Wednesday, June 14, 2006, during its annual top-100 film television special. (AP Photo)AP - George Bailey's brother proclaimed him the richest man in Bedford Falls. Now the story of the despondent businessman, who got a chance to see how ugly the world would be without him, has been proclaimed the most inspiring American movie.


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Pitt outbids DiCaprio for zombie film rights (Reuters)
Brad Pitt speaks at the Live 8 concert in London's Hyde Park, July 2, 2005. It was a battle between Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, and Pitt emerged the winner. The production labels of the two stars were engaged in a competitive bidding war through their respective studios over an upcoming zombie horror book by Max Brooks titled 'World War Z.' (Stephen Hird/Reuters)Reuters - It was a battle between Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, and Pitt emerged the winner.


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Spielberg to defy gravity for Paramount (Reuters)
Reuters - Steven Spielberg is set to defy gravity in a new film he will direct for Paramount Pictures.

Hicks tops People's 'hot bachelor' list (AP)
'American Idol' winner Taylor Hicks appears on the NBC 'Today' television program, in New York's Rockefeller Center, on June 1, 2006.  Hicks   is ranked as the No. 1 'hottest bachelor' by People magazine -- and he's looking for love. The 29-year-old silver-haired crooner tops People's list in the magazine's new issue, on newsstands Friday, June 16, 2006. But the 'Idol' winner says he'd happily give up his bachelor days. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - "American Idol" Taylor Hicks is ranked as the No. 1 "hottest bachelor" by People magazine — and he's looking for love.


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Man pleads guilty in Lopez-Anthony case (AP)
Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez arrive for the 78th Academy Awards Sunday, March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, FILE)AP - One of two men who allegedly tried to sell Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez's stolen wedding video back to the couple for $1 million pleaded guilty Wednesday to attempted grand larceny.


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Deneuve to head Venice film festival jury (Reuters)
French actress Catherine Deneuve in Cannes, May 11, 2005. Deneuve, named best actress at 1998's Venice International Film Festival, will head the main competition jury at the 63rd edition of the event, organisers said on Wednesday. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - French star Catherine Deneuve, named best actress at 1998's Venice International Film Festival, will head the main competition jury at the 63rd edition of the event, organizers said on Wednesday.


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Sheryl Crow gets back to music (AP)
Singer Sheryl Crow walks the runway for the fall 2006 Red Dress Collection fashion show, in this Feb. 3, 2006 file photo, in New York.  Crow has made a few adjustments since returning to the stage after battling breast cancer. She still performs more than two hours each night, but the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter is more apt to take a nap during the day. And she's added a private chef to her road crew to ensure she's eating healthy. Crow and John Mayer are embarking on a joint tour that kicks off in Pittsburgh on Aug. 24, 2006. (AP Photo/Jennifer Szymaszek,File)AP - Sheryl Crow has made a few adjustments since returning to the stage after battling breast cancer.


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Virgin Records talent to make music on USA Network (Reuters)
Reuters - In a first-of-its-kind deal between a major label and a TV network, EMI's Virgin Records will provide music from its recording artists to promote cable's USA Network shows across all media platforms.

Nielsen to gauge TV viewing on Web, mobile devices (Reuters)
Reuters - In a move with far-reaching implications for commercial television, Nielsen Media Research said Wednesday it plans to integrate TV with Internet ratings and to measure viewership for such portable devices as cell phones and iPods.

Spectacle dominates belated "Grendel" opera (Reuters)
Reuters - The production history of "Grendel" is oddly in keeping with its theme.

Deneuve to head Venice film festival jury (Reuters)
French actress Catherine Deneuve in Cannes, May 11, 2005. Deneuve, named best actress at 1998's Venice International Film Festival, will head the main competition jury at the 63rd edition of the event, organisers said on Wednesday. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - French star Catherine Deneuve, named best actress at 1998's Venice International Film Festival, will head the main competition jury at the 63rd edition of the event, organizers said on Wednesday.


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Sony hears call of "Quiet" rights (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Pictures Classics has picked up North American distribution rights to the sexually charged dramedy "The Quiet," starring Camilla Belle, Edie Falco, Martin Donovan, Elisha Cuthbert and Shawn Ashmore.

Sexually explicit "Shortbus" parks at ThinkFilm (Reuters)
Reuters - Weeks after its premiere at the Cannes film festival, art-house drama "Shortbus," featuring scenes in which actors engage in actual sex, has landed a deal for commercial release in North America.

Spielberg to defy gravity for Paramount (Reuters)
Reuters - Steven Spielberg is set to defy gravity in a new film he will direct for Paramount Pictures.

Pitt outbids DiCaprio for zombie film rights (Reuters)
Brad Pitt speaks at the Live 8 concert in London's Hyde Park, July 2, 2005. It was a battle between Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, and Pitt emerged the winner. The production labels of the two stars were engaged in a competitive bidding war through their respective studios over an upcoming zombie horror book by Max Brooks titled 'World War Z.' (Stephen Hird/Reuters)Reuters - It was a battle between Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, and Pitt emerged the winner.


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New Line's "Nightmare" DVD extras make the cut (Reuters)
Reuters - At a time when horror films are enjoying a resurgence at the box office, New Line Home Entertainment is going into its vault to bring to DVD one of the most notorious teen slasher movies ever made.

'Wonderful Life' tops inspiring film list (AP)
In this 1946 file photo, legendary actor James Stewart as George Bailey, center, is reunited with his wife played by actress Donna Reed, third from left, and family during the last scene of Frank Capra's 'It's A Wonderful Life.'  The classic film tops the American Film Institute's list of inspirational films revealed Wednesday, June 14, 2006, during its annual top-100 film television special. (AP Photo)AP - George Bailey's brother proclaimed him the richest man in Bedford Falls. Now the story of the despondent businessman, who got a chance to see how ugly the world would be without him, has been proclaimed the most inspiring American movie.


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'Wonderful Life' tops AFI inspiring list (AP)
AP - The American Film Institute's list of the 100 most-inspiring movies, with film title and year of release:

Missy Elliott Movie Under Construction (E! Online)
Robert De Niro is going to help Missy Elliott get her freak 
 onscreen.E! Online - Robert De Niro is going to help Missy Elliott get her freak onscreen.


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Golden Boot honors Eastwood Westerns (AP)
In this March 29, 1993, file photo, Clint Eastwood holds up his two Oscars at the Academy Awards in Los Angeles. Eastwood, 76, will receive the Founders Award from the Motion Picture & Television Fund at the 24th annual Golden Boot Awards, it was announced Tuesday. (AP Photo, File)AP - Two-time Oscar winner Clint Eastwood will add another award to his collection: a Golden Boot.


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Sheryl Crow gets back to music (AP)
Singer Sheryl Crow walks the runway for the fall 2006 Red Dress Collection fashion show, in this Feb. 3, 2006 file photo, in New York.  Crow has made a few adjustments since returning to the stage after battling breast cancer. She still performs more than two hours each night, but the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter is more apt to take a nap during the day. And she's added a private chef to her road crew to ensure she's eating healthy. Crow and John Mayer are embarking on a joint tour that kicks off in Pittsburgh on Aug. 24, 2006. (AP Photo/Jennifer Szymaszek,File)AP - Sheryl Crow has made a few adjustments since returning to the stage after battling breast cancer.


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Radiohead delivers in warm-up tour for next album (Reuters)
Thom Yorke of Radiohead performs at the Glastonbury Festival, June 28, 2003. Playing smaller venues as a warm-up for the recording of their next album, the band delivered a fan-friendly show at New York's Theatre at Madison Square Garden that featured a canny mixture of old faves and new material. (Toby Melville/Reuters)Reuters - It seems perfectly fitting that the stage backdrop for Radiohead's current tour consists of floating video screens displaying distorted images of the band members.


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Historic Judy Garland concert restaged in New York (Reuters)
Judy Garland performs in an undated photo. Eclectic pop singer Rufus Wainwright bridged musical generations on Wednesday with a daring re-creation of Garland's legendary 1961 concert at Carnegie Hall. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Eclectic pop singer Rufus Wainwright bridged musical generations on Wednesday with a daring re-creation of Judy Garland's legendary 1961 concert at Carnegie Hall.


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AFI burns brightly with No. 1 album debut (Reuters)
Reuters - Ending the Dixie Chicks' two-week grip on the top of the pop charts, punk rock group AFI landed at No. 1 on Wednesday, and scored its best one-week sales tally, with the new album "Decemberunderground."

Sonic Youth celebrates "Ripped" at CBGB (Reuters)
Reuters - Sonic Youth kicked off its summer tour by cramming onto the stage at New York's famed CBGB on Tuesday night, hours after the release of its new Geffen studio album, "Rather Ripped."

Yellowcard back on track after vocal scare (Reuters)
Reuters - After facing the possibility of never singing again, Yellowcard frontman Ryan Key has recovered from emergency throat surgery and says he is glad to be back on the road.

Union objects Springsteen concert venue (AP)
Bruce Springsteen performs Thursday, April 20, 2006 in Asbury Park, N.J..  A local union says promoters picked the wrong arena for Bruce Springsteen to perform in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, FILE)AP - A local union says promoters picked the wrong arena for Bruce Springsteen to perform the pro-labor music of folk singer Pete Seeger.


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Ex-rocker Glitter pleads innocence (Reuters)
Former British 'glam rocker' Gary Glitter, convicted and jailed in Vietnam for molesting children, arrives at the People's Supreme Court of communist-run Vietnam for appeal hearing in Ho Chi Minh City June 15, 2006. (Zainal Abd Halim/Reuters)Reuters - Disgraced former British singer Gary Glitter, jailed in Vietnam for sexually molesting children, declared "I'm innocent" when he arrived in court on Thursday to appeal the charges and sentence.


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Lionel Richie rolls with young producers (Reuters)
Lionel Richie performs at the Tower of London in east London May 20, 2006. Richie has recruited a slew of guest artists for his new album, 'Coming Home,' due September 12 via Island Records. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Lionel Richie has recruited a slew of guest artists for his new album, "Coming Home," due September 12 via Island Records.


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Glitter appeals conviction in Vietnam (AP)
Glam rocker Gary Glitter (C) is led out of the courthouse in the southern Vietnamese town of Ba Ria during his trial in March 2006. Glitter, sentenced to three years in a Vietnamese jail for sexually abusing children, will seek to overturn the verdict before an appeal court in southern Ho Chi Minh City on June 15.(AFP/File/Hoang Dinh Nam)AP - Gary Glitter went before a Vietnamese court Thursday to appeal his conviction and three-year prison sentence for child molestation.


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