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  1. 'Watchmen' can't scale 'Witch Mountain'

    12:15 pm 3/14/2009

    "Race to Witch Mountain" should dethrone "Watchmen" at the boxoffice this weekend after Disney's family adventure rang up an estimated $6.7 million on Friday.Read more

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  2. Gene Simmons, Bob Lefsetz face off

    5:18 pm 3/13/2009

    Industry pundit Bob Lefsetz and outlandish KISS bassist/gadfly Gene Simmons were poised to square off in a battle royale of massive egos at Canadian Music Week after the pair exchanged e-mail insults on the first day of the conference.Read more

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  3. I Love You, Man -- Film Review

    3:51 pm 3/13/2009

    Movie buddies like Laurel and Hardy and Butch and Sundance find a neat contemporary counterpart in "I Love You, Man," courtesy of Paul Rudd and Jason Segel.Read more

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  4. Frost/Nixon -- Theater Review

    3:25 pm 3/13/2009

    If Richard Nixon were still alive, he might be pleasantly surprised to see how well Stacy Keach has treated him in Peter Morgan's riveting "Frost/Nixon."Read more

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  5. Alan W. Livingston dies at 91

    2:21 pm 3/13/2009

    Alan W. Livingston, who created the character of Bozo the Clown and signed the Beatles to a contract at Capitol Records during a long and multifaceted show business career, died Friday in Los Angeles. He was 91.Read more

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  6. Lisa-Renee Ramirez joins Pets.tv

    1:40 pm 3/13/2009

    Lisa-Renee Ramirez has joined Entertainment Studios as executive vp and executive producer of its 24-hour high-definition network Pets.tv.Read more

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  7. Incubus preps tour, greatest hits album

    1:20 pm 3/13/2009

    Incubus will take stock of its career this year with a greatest hits set, "Moments and Melodies," due out June 16 and a seven-week tour kicking off July 9 in San Diego.Read more

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  8. Michael Jackson tickets sell out

    12:48 pm 3/13/2009

    Tickets for Michael Jackson's 50 London concerts sold out within hours of becoming available, organizers said Friday.Read more

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  9. U.K. gov't eyes digital rights agency

    12:37 pm 3/13/2009

    The U.K. government has begun consultation on a proposed digital rights agency to encourage legitimate online entertainment services and reduce piracy, while warning that it will consider far-reaching legislation to tackle P2P activity if the biz does not work to find a solution.Read more

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  10. Europe cable biz remains strong

    12:26 pm 3/13/2009

    Broadcast TV is weak across Europe but the cable business remains strong, as was demonstrated Friday with the release of impressive year-end figures from Unitymedia.Read more

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