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‘Rock Band’ Creator Harmonix Eyes an Encore for Music Gaming

Alex Rigopulos, CEO of the company that also launched "Guitar Hero" and "Dance Central," plans to keep the industry rocking despite its recent drop in popularity and profitability.

‘American Idol’ Stars, Celebrity Chefs Join Reality Rocks Expo

The April 9 and 10 event in L.A. will feature reality TV show-themed panels, meet-and-greets and a visit from the iconic car from "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang."

Warner Bros.’ Reveals Opening Date, Details of U.K. ‘Harry Potter’ Tour

Set to open in spring 2012, "The Making of Harry Potter" will open the doors to the Great Hall at Hogwarts as part of a three-hour walking tour.

French Film Star Annie Girardot Dies

The multiple-Cesar Award-winning actress died Monday after a long battle with Alzheimer's.

Jesse James to Pen ‘Outlaw’ Memoir

The former reality TV star's tell-all, tentatively titled "American Outlaw," is due for release later this year.

Katie Couric’s ‘CBS News’ Contract Renegotiations May Lead to Pay Cut

Weak ratings and a changing of the guard at the nightly program may affect the anchor's eight-figure annual salary.

Tim Gunn to Explore History of Everyday Fashions in Sophomore Book, Due in 2012

The follow-up to last year's "Gunn's Golden Rules" will take a witty look at basic fashions and how best to wear them.

Late ‘Double Indemnity’ Scribe Raymond Chandler, Wife Reunited With Valentine’s Day Reburial

The Hollywood screenwriter-novelist and his beloved Cissy were reunited after death 50 years later thanks to literary fans who found clues to the writer's burial wishes.

Sharon Osbourne, ‘Charm School’ Contestant Settle Assault Lawsuit

Megan Hauserman's 2009 lawsuit against the former reality TV show host was settled on Monday, the day before both sides were to head into court.

R.E.M. Calls Upcoming Album Their Best Since 1991’s Career-Defining ‘Out of Time’

Despite the band's enthusiasm for "Collapse Into Now," due March 8, the trio will not be touring to support it.

Lawyer: Charlie Sheen to Return to Work in Two Weeks

The "Two and a Half Men" star is reportedly undergoing in-home rehab in preparation for his return to the CBS sitcom.

Michael Jackson Manslaughter Trial to Be Televised

A Superior Court judge approved TV coverage Monday in case against Dr. Conrad Murray, whose trial has been advanced to March 24.