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Crowe, wife welcome arrival of second son (AP)
Actor Russell Crowe and his wife Danielle Spencer arrive at the Australian premiere of his movie 'Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World' in Sydney, Australia, in this Nov. 26, 2003 file photo. Crowe's wife Danielle Spencer gave birth to their second child on Friday, his Australian manager said.  Tenyson Spencer Crowe was born at Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital weighing about eight pounds, Crowe's manager Grant Vandenberg said.   (AP Photo/Dan Peled, file)AP - Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe's wife Danielle Spencer gave birth to their second child on Friday, his Australian manager said.


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'24,' 'Anatomy' among top Emmy nominees (AP)
In this undated file photo, originally released by Fox TV, actor Kiefer Sutherland appears in the hit series '24,' which was among the top nominees anounced Thursday , July 7, 2006, for the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. (AP Photo/2005 Fox Broadcasting Co., Anthony Mandler)AP - The thrills of "24" and the sex appeal of "Grey's Anatomy" eclipsed last year's Emmy darlings "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives" in the award nominations Thursday, while shows that have fallen off the TV schedule scored a number of high-profile bids.


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Kidman and Urban watch fireworks back home (AP)
Nicole Kidman, left, walks with her husband, country music singer Keith Urban, through the lobby of a hotel in Sydney, Australia, on  June 26, 2006, the day after they were married.  Kidman and  Urban watched a Independence Day holiday fireworks display from the rooftop of a popular pool hall in Nashville, Tenn., and a lot of gawkers watched them. Fresh off their whirlwind Australian wedding and honeymoon, the actress and country singer snapped photos of the Fourth of July display from Buffalo Billiards near the riverfront in Nashville. (AP Photo/Tracey Nearmy)AP - Newlyweds Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban watched a holiday fireworks display from the rooftop of a popular pool hall, and a lot of gawkers watched them.


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Journey singer battles throat infection (AP)
Lead vocalist Steve Augeri poses with a plaque after his group, Journey, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in  this Jan. 21, 2005 file photo in Los Angeles.  Journey will have a new lead singer on its summer tour with Def Leppard while Augeri recovers from a throat infection.   Jeff Scott Soto, who has performed with Journey guitarist Neal Schon, will step in for Augeri starting with a show Friday in Bristow, Va.   (AP Photo/Nick Ut, FILE)AP - Journey will have a new lead singer on its summer tour with Def Leppard while Steve Augeri recovers from a throat infection.


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Actor Downey signs deal to write memoirs (AP)
Actor Robert Downey Jr., arrives to a screening of  'A Scanner Darkly,' Wednesday, July 5, 2006 in New York.  The movie is based on the real life drug experiences of famous science fiction author Philip K. Dick, who wrote Blade Runner and other famous novels.   (AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Robert Downey Jr., whose own life story at times has been gripping, intends to write his memoirs.


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Zhang Ziyi's nude stand-in wants exposure (Reuters)
Reuters - A Chinese actress who played Hollywood movie star Zhang Ziyi's naked body double in "The Banquet" wants her name in the movie's credits, state media reported on Friday.

Still wanted: Bon Jovi live (Reuters)
In this image provided by General Motors rock musician Jon Bon Jovi signs autographs for fans before the opening of Saturn's 'Have a Nice Gig' contest Friday evening, June 23, 2006, in Fort Worth, Texas. The contest gives local unsigned bands the opportunity to compete for the chance to open for Bon Jovi at a local date of the 'Have a Nice Day' stadium tour, and also compete for a demo recording contract. Additional competitions are scheduled for Seattle, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, New Jersey, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and Ft. Lauderdale. (AP Photo/General Motors - Tim Sharp)Reuters - Faced with continuing declines in attendance and a potentially disastrous void as the cash-cow classic acts from the '60s and '70s retire, concert promoters searching for answers might do well to examine the enterprising route taken by Jon Bon Jovi.


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"Da Vinci" gets TV showcase on TNT (Reuters)
In this photo released by Columbia Pictures, actors Audrey Tautou who plays cryptographer Sophie Neveu and Paul Bettany who plays the albino killer Silas, appear in a scene from the suspense thriller 'The Da Vinci Code.' Studios are hoping the film is among those that  will draw crowds into the theaters this summer.  (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Simon Mein)Reuters - Turner Broadcasting has cracked "The Da Vinci Code."


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Sirius gaining on XM in subscription race (Reuters)
Reuters - Opie & Anthony, even with a forthcoming assist from Oprah Winfrey, are proving no match for the marketing juggernaut that is Howard Stern.

Oler & Hubbard's Once and Future 'Little Women' Score Gets CT Home (Playbill)
Playbill - The Spirit of Broadway Theater in Norwich, CT, has opened its arms to Little Women, Kim Oler, Alison Hubbard and Sean Hartley's musical take on the Louisa May Alcott novel.

Zhang Ziyi's nude stand-in wants exposure (Reuters)
Reuters - A Chinese actress who played Hollywood movie star Zhang Ziyi's naked body double in "The Banquet" wants her name in the movie's credits, state media reported on Friday.

Elwes to "Rule" for Marshall, Morgan Creek (Reuters)
Reuters - Cary Elwes has joined the all-star cast of Morgan Creek's "Georgia Rule," a dark comedy being directed by Garry Marshall.

Overkill dulls satirical vision of "Blind" (Reuters)
Actor Donald Sutherland arrives at the 32nd annual People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California in this January 10, 2006 file photo. Sutherland has been nominated for outstanding lead actor in a miniseries or a movie for his role in Lifetime's 'Human Trafficking' for the 58th annual Primetime Emmy Awards July 6, 2006. The Emmys will be presented August 27, 2006. REUTERS/Fred Prouser/Files (UNITED STATES)Reuters - Political satire is such a rare element in today's cinematic landscape that one wishes Robert Edwards' debut feature was as provocative as it intends to be. A heavy-handed, allegorical tale of a dictatorial ruler being usurped by a dissident playwright who emerges as an even more venal force, "Land of the Blind" is about as subtle as its all too obvious title would suggest.


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Studios catching viral bug to promo new DVDs online (Reuters)
Reuters - Online video sites like YouTube are Hollywood's hottest new marketing tool. And in a way similar to what their theatrical counterparts are doing with new movies, studio DVD marketers are scrambling to harness the power of viral marketing by posting trailers of upcoming DVD releases to these nascent sites and hoping they get passed along -- again, and again, and again.

"Launch" hits No. 1 target on 2 charts (Reuters)
Reuters - "Failure to Launch" didn't live up to its title. The Paramount Home Entertainment comedy rocketed to the top of the national DVD sales and rental charts for the week ending July 2, staving off a strong challenge from Lionsgate Films' two latest Tyler Perry releases, the theatrical hit "Madea's Family Reunion" and the stage production "Madea Goes to Jail."

ThinkFilm on prowl with "Wolf" (Reuters)
Reuters - ThinkFilm has acquired all North American rights to Oscar-winning "Crash" writer Bobby Moresco's feature directing debut, "10th & Wolf."

Kidman and Urban watch fireworks back home (AP)
Nicole Kidman, left, walks with her husband, country music singer Keith Urban, through the lobby of a hotel in Sydney, Australia, on  June 26, 2006, the day after they were married.  Kidman and  Urban watched a Independence Day holiday fireworks display from the rooftop of a popular pool hall in Nashville, Tenn., and a lot of gawkers watched them. Fresh off their whirlwind Australian wedding and honeymoon, the actress and country singer snapped photos of the Fourth of July display from Buffalo Billiards near the riverfront in Nashville. (AP Photo/Tracey Nearmy)AP - Newlyweds Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban watched a holiday fireworks display from the rooftop of a popular pool hall, and a lot of gawkers watched them.


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Kristofferson, Jennings get on RockWalk (AP)
Songwriter Kris Kristofferson hugs Jessi Colter, widow of country singer Waylon Jennings, during a ceremony inducting Kristofferson and posthumously inducting Jennings into Hollywood's RockWalk in Los Angeles Thursday, July 6, 2006.    (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Songwriter Kris Kristofferson and his late friend, country singer Waylon Jennings, were inducted into Hollywood's RockWalk on Thursday.


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Actor Downey signs deal to write memoirs (AP)
Actor Robert Downey Jr., arrives to a screening of  'A Scanner Darkly,' Wednesday, July 5, 2006 in New York.  The movie is based on the real life drug experiences of famous science fiction author Philip K. Dick, who wrote Blade Runner and other famous novels.   (AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Robert Downey Jr., whose own life story at times has been gripping, intends to write his memoirs.


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Russell Crowe, wife welcome a 2nd son (AP)
Actor Russell Crowe and his wife Danielle Spencer arrive at the Australian premiere of his movie 'Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World' in Sydney, Australia, in this Nov. 26, 2003 file photo.  (AP Photo/Dan Peled)AP - Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe's wife Danielle Spencer gave birth to their second child on Friday, his Australian manager said.


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Still wanted: Bon Jovi live (Reuters)
In this image provided by General Motors rock musician Jon Bon Jovi signs autographs for fans before the opening of Saturn's 'Have a Nice Gig' contest Friday evening, June 23, 2006, in Fort Worth, Texas. The contest gives local unsigned bands the opportunity to compete for the chance to open for Bon Jovi at a local date of the 'Have a Nice Day' stadium tour, and also compete for a demo recording contract. Additional competitions are scheduled for Seattle, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, New Jersey, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and Ft. Lauderdale. (AP Photo/General Motors - Tim Sharp)Reuters - Faced with continuing declines in attendance and a potentially disastrous void as the cash-cow classic acts from the '60s and '70s retire, concert promoters searching for answers might do well to examine the enterprising route taken by Jon Bon Jovi.


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Journey singer battles throat infection (AP)
Lead vocalist Steve Augeri poses with a plaque after his group, Journey, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in  this Jan. 21, 2005 file photo in Los Angeles.  Journey will have a new lead singer on its summer tour with Def Leppard while Augeri recovers from a throat infection.   Jeff Scott Soto, who has performed with Journey guitarist Neal Schon, will step in for Augeri starting with a show Friday in Bristow, Va.   (AP Photo/Nick Ut, FILE)AP - Journey will have a new lead singer on its summer tour with Def Leppard while Steve Augeri recovers from a throat infection.


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Sheryl Crow talks about Armstrong, cancer (AP)
Singer Sheryl Crow poses at The Dream Hotel in New York on August 15, 2005.Crow says it was difficult to be apart from ex-fiance Lance Armstrong after she was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier in 2006. Crow tells Vanity Fair magazine in its August issue. 'I know he wanted to be there.' Crow and Armstrong announced their breakup in February. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Sheryl Crow says it was difficult to be apart from ex-fiance Lance Armstrong after she was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year.


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Kidman and Urban watch fireworks back home (AP)
Nicole Kidman, left, walks with her husband, country music singer Keith Urban, through the lobby of a hotel in Sydney, Australia, on  June 26, 2006, the day after they were married.  Kidman and  Urban watched a Independence Day holiday fireworks display from the rooftop of a popular pool hall in Nashville, Tenn., and a lot of gawkers watched them. Fresh off their whirlwind Australian wedding and honeymoon, the actress and country singer snapped photos of the Fourth of July display from Buffalo Billiards near the riverfront in Nashville. (AP Photo/Tracey Nearmy)AP - Newlyweds Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban watched a holiday fireworks display from the rooftop of a popular pool hall, and a lot of gawkers watched them.


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Kristofferson, Jennings get on RockWalk (AP)
Songwriter Kris Kristofferson hugs Jessi Colter, widow of country singer Waylon Jennings, during a ceremony inducting Kristofferson and posthumously inducting Jennings into Hollywood's RockWalk in Los Angeles Thursday, July 6, 2006.    (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Songwriter Kris Kristofferson and his late friend, country singer Waylon Jennings, were inducted into Hollywood's RockWalk on Thursday.


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Jackson lawyer targets lack of documents (AP)
Michael Jackson waves in Tokyo in this Sunday, May 28, 2006 file photo.  (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi, FILE)AP - A former associate suing Michael Jackson testified Thursday that he never got a receipt for a $300,000 payment he claims he delivered in South America on the pop star's behalf.


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Furtado remains No. 1 with "Promiscuous" (Reuters)
Nelly Furtado (L) performs with Timbaland during the Much Music Video Awards in Toronto, June 18, 2006. After taking the crown last week, Furtado's 'Promiscuous' featuring Timbaland maintains the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)Reuters - After taking the crown last week, Nelly Furtado's "Promiscuous" featuring Timbaland maintains the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100.


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Microsoft said devises music player launch (AP)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is seen in this May 22, 2006 file photo. Microsoft will start selling a digital music and video player to compete with Apple's iPod by Christmas, sources close to the matter said on Wednesday. (Jason Lee/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is preparing to roll out a portable digital music player later this year, an apparent bid to capture a slice of the market now dominated by the iPod, music industry executives said Thursday.


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Flames scorch Ozzy Osbourne's mansion (AP)
Ozzy Osbourne poses for photographers backstage after the band Black Sabbath was inducted at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame dinner in New York, on, March 13, 2006.  Flames Osbourne's English country mansion Thursday morning, July 6, 2006, the result of a faulty lamp, the fire service said.  Neither the couple nor their children, Amy, Jack and Kelly, were at the house in Jordans, 26 miles west of London, when the fire occurred, a family spokesman said. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Flames scorched Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne's English country mansion Thursday morning, the result of a faulty lamp, the fire service said.


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Smokey's back in town singing (AP)
AP - Smokey Robinson was cruising through the hits he wrote for his Miracles, the Temptations and other Motown stars — the audience enthusiastically singing along to "Going to a Go-Go," "Ooo Baby Baby" and "My Girl" — and then a remarkable transformation took place during his first Carnegie Hall concert in more than 30 years.

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