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March 06, 2006

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More about Ferdinand and Cutie's Upcoming Tour

March 06, 2006 09:35:49 GMT

As their spring tour date draws nearer, rock bands Franz Ferdinand and Death Cab for Cutie set to bring total satisfaction to their fans as they have decided to run the tour for over one month, starting from March 22 at the Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Oregon until April 28 at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, Canada. What's more is that the agents for both groups have intended to keep ticket prices low besides to offer general admission seating whenever possible. "We didn't want to double the price even though it's double the headliners," said Trey Many, Death Cab for Cutie's agent. "I think the lowest price is about $28, but the highest is only $40. We also wanted the fans to get up close to the stage, and in most cases, we have a GA (general admission) floor." Guess that would be such a great news for all fans of both bands then.
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Box Office's Top 10 Final Figures

March 06, 2006 09:22:50 GMT

It is the second week in a row that "Madea's Family Reunion" stays at the 1st position in the North America box office. Taking in $13 million in ticket sales, the drama comedy genre bringing its gross to $48 million. Debuted at 2nd position is "16 Blocks," which raked in $11.7 million.
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Honorees at Texas Film Hall of Fame Awards

March 06, 2006 07:57:09 GMT

All hailed from Texas with talent and full dedication, Matthew McConaughey, Lyle Lovett, JoBeth Williams, and Kris Kristofferson this time will receive honor at the sixth annual Texas Film Hall of Fame Awards slated to be held on March 10 for their contributions to films. Lovett, as announced by the Austin Film Society, will be presented the AMD Live Soundtrack Award for his work in the soundtrack of "Dr. T and the Women" also in his 2003 album, "Smile", which contains his cover version of various soundtracks.
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Movies Seized the 78th Oscar

March 06, 2006 06:53:56 GMT

"Crash", the drama mystery film centers on the race relations that has captivated Hollywood, is proven good and even more a worth to be seen one. The film has on Sunday March 5th, 2006 during the 78th annual Academy Awards seized the Best Film honor over the heavy weight nominees, which include "Brokeback Mountain", "Capote", "Good Night, and Good Luck", and "Munich".
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Some Movies Score at the 78th Academy Awards

March 06, 2006 05:42:54 GMT

Is one among the three nominees vie for Animated Feature Oscar, "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" beats off the strong contenders "Howl's Moving Castle" and "Corpse Bride" to bring home the prestigious award.
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Best Actor & Actress Oscar

March 06, 2006 04:23:58 GMT

The 78th annual Academy Awards has just over. And there we have Reese Witherspoon as the Best Actress Oscar at the prestigious event for her role as Johnny Cash's wife in "Walk the Line." "Oh my goodness, I never thought I would be up here in my whole life," Reese commented on her winning.
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Supporting Oscar Winners

March 06, 2006 04:13:58 GMT

Rachel Weisz should be glad that she has become one of the 78th Oscar winners. The actress has won the Supporting-Actress Academy Award on Sunday March 5th, 2006 for her performance as a determined social activist in "The Constant Gardener." "To come to the Oscars for the first time and be seven months pregnant is quite a thing!" Weisz said expressing her double happiness.
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"Block Party" Studded with R&B and Hip-Hop Stars

March 06, 2006 03:47:37 GMT

Fans of R&B and hip-hop music should be delighted to watch "Block Party." Depicting the situation in rehearsals and backstage, this documentary about Dave Chappelle's dream concert features some of the most gifted and socially conscious hip-hop and R&B artists, among others Kanye West, Mos Def, John Legend, Talib Kweli, The Fugees, Erykah Badu, plus Big Daddy Kane. And all appear in his show held on a corner in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
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Love Works on New Material for Second Album

March 06, 2006 02:34:47 GMT

Persistently working on her new solo album after the release of her first one, "America's Sweetheart", in 2004, Courtney Love delightfully has come to her second set of demos for this sophomore effort. In the process, the singer admitted that she has drawn inspiration from veteran musician Bob Dylan. "I'm listening exclusively to (Bob Dylan's) 'Blood on the Tracks,' so that's where I'm kind of going," she said.
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Stapp Sued by A Woman Involved in Sex Tape

March 06, 2006 02:29:59 GMT

The prosecutor is simply indentified as "Jane Doe." She's the woman who claimed to be involved in the sex tape showing Scott Stapp and Kid Rock with several strippers. She has on Thursday March 2nd filed lawsuit in Miami, seeking to prevent sale of the video and asking for unspecified damages, alleging she's suffered emotional distress.
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A Sneak Peak on Oscar Winners

March 06, 2006 02:10:44 GMT

The 78th annual Academy Awards are live on ABC from Hollywood's Kodak Theatre. Here's a sneak peak on some of its winners. George Clooney won one from the several categories he was nominated for, and it happened to be Best Supporting Actor thanks to his portrayal in "Syriana."
 
 
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