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  1. Van Halen on Rock Hall ballot

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    Van Halen is among the nine acts on the ballot for the 2007 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, to be held March 12 at New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel.Read more

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  2. Winfrey gives audience members debit cards

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    Oprah Winfrey has famously given members of her audience new cars, paid off their debts and fulfilled their wildest dreams. Now she's given them what she calls the "gift of giving back."Read more

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  3. Duke makes 'Push' for street lit

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    Actor-director-producer Bill Duke has optioned the book "Push" and entered into a development deal with its writer, urban author and street lit publisher Relentless Aaron. <br />Read more

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  4. UCLA scribes top Goldwyn awards

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    Andrew Cypiot and Brian Larsen, graduate students in screenwriting at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, tied for first prize in the Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards for their respective screenplays, "Flying Start" and "Burning Down Phoenix."<br />Read more

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  5. IFC, Leconte 'Friends' for distrib'n

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    IFC Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Patrice Leconte's French comedy "My Best Friend" (Mon meilleur ami), starring Daniel Auteuil.Read more

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  6. Nets plan pre-election coverage

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    Former "NBC Nightly News" anchor Tom Brokaw, left, will join anchor Brian Williams and senior political analyst Tim Russert on Nov. 7 for NBC News' coverage of the midterm elections.Read more

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  7. McCartneys delay feuding for daughter's party

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    The ugly divorce battle between Paul McCartney and Heather Mills McCartney was put on hold this weekend at their daughter Beatrice's third birthday party, according to published reports.Read more

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  8. Digest: Lionsgate lifted by 'Saw III'

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    Lionsgate shares edged up minimally Monday as at least one analyst said the strong boxoffice showing of "Saw III" should bode well for the company's fiscal-year financial performance.Read more

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  9. Film results to control third quarter

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    With many entertainment giants set to report their latest quarterly financials in the coming days and weeks, sector investors will look for any signs of potential catalysts that could further drive media stocks at a time when many big issues have been hitting new highs.Read more

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  10. Home cooking for German b.o.

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    COLOGNE, Germany -- Fantasy and football are combining to create a true Cinderella story at the German boxoffice as local films of all genres are topping the charts in the territory.&#160; Productions such as the Tom Tykwer thriller "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer,"&#160; left, are&#160; outperforming Hollywood competition in the territory.Read more

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