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  1. Douglas urges action in birthday note

    4:00 am 12/8/2006

    Actor and philanthropist Kirk Douglas issued an op-ed piece last week to mark his 90th birthday on Dec. 9. Rather than make a wish for himself, Douglas has some words for today's youth and the world at large.Read more

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    4:00 am 12/8/2006

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  3. Nielsen talks commercials

    4:00 am 12/8/2006

    Nielsen Media Research said Thursday that it has met with more than 100 of its customers to discuss its proposed commercial ratings system.Read more

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  4. 'Germany' can't score with Lola

    4:00 am 12/8/2006

    Soenke Wortmann's record-breaking soccer documentary "Germany. A Summer Fairytale" will not be eligible for the country's top film prize, the Lola, organizers said Thursday.Read more

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  5. Krall, Costello welcome twins on anni 

    4:00 am 12/8/2006

    Elvis Costello and wife Diana Krall are the parents of twin boys.Read more

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  6. Fox, Winter renew prod'n deal

    4:00 am 12/8/2006

    20th Century Fox has renewed Ralph Winter's production deal into 2008. The first-look deal began in July 2001, after the producer completed the original "X-Men" for the studio.Read more

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  7. 'Diamond' is rough, for a bigger purpose

    4:00 am 12/8/2006

    Two of the movies opening this week boast grisly, disturbing violence that raises the question: Where is the line between violent and too violent? The difference is that one is an unpretentious, viscerally thrilling actioner, while the makers of the other had more than entertainment on their minds.Read more

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  8. Blige leads Grammy noms with 8

    4:00 am 12/8/2006

    Mary J. Blige's "The Breakthrough" took on added meaning when Grammy nominations were announced Thursday. Other key multiple nominees were Red Hot Chili Peppers (six noms) and James Blunt, Dixie Chicks, John Mayer, Danger Mouse, Prince, Rick Rubin, Will.i.am and John Williams (five).Read more

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  9. Sony's $3 bil tops global b.o.

    4:00 am 12/8/2006

    Sony Pictures Entertainment said Thursday that it has reached $3 billion in worldwide boxoffice this year, a marker hit by only two other studios in movie history.Read more

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  10. 'Apocalypto' clips 'Holiday' on Friday

    4:00 am 12/8/2006

    Mel Gibson's bloody-minded "Apocalypto" carved out a small victory at the boxoffice Friday as it edged ahead of Nancy Meyer's love potion "The Holiday."Read more

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