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"King of England" a royal treat (Reuters)

Reuters - Forty years after their "Closely Watched Trains" won the Oscar for best foreign-language film, director Jiri Menzel has adapted another novel by the late Bohumil Hrabal, and history could well repeat itself when Academy members get to see "I Served the King of England," which screened here in competition.

Stallone's hotel, plane searched in Sydney: media (Reuters)

Sylvester Stallone poses for photographers during a news conference in Cologne, January 11, 2007. Stallone's hotel room, private plane and limousine were searched, Australian media reported on Tuesday, just days after prohibited items were seized from his luggage at Sydney airport. (Ina Fassbender/Reuters)Reuters - Sylvester Stallone's hotel room, private plane and limousine were searched, Australian media reported on Tuesday, just days after prohibited items were seized from his luggage at Sydney airport.

Spike plotting "Murder" reality show (Reuters)

Reuters - Spike TV is turning to crime with a reality show in which amateur detectives try to solve real-life homicides.

NBC clusters drama, reality (Reuters)

Reuters - NBC is going for another reshuffling of its Wednesday and Sunday schedules, creating an all-drama lineup on Wednesdays and all-reality lineup on Sundays.

All roads lead back to Church for Hudson (AP)

Actress Jennifer Hudson attends the 79th annual Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills California in this February 5, 2007 file photo. If all goes well for movie musical 'Dreamgirls,' Oscar night will be a dream come true for supporting actors Hudson and Eddie Murphy. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniAP - CHICAGO (AP) — For Oscar nominee Jennifer Hudson, there was no question where she'd celebrate her success in the week leading up to the Academy Awards — at her family's church.

NZ film biz churns out hits despite challenges (Reuters)

Reuters - Whether it's Edmund Hillary, the beekeeper who became the first man to conquer Mount Everest, or director Peter Jackson, who went from B-movie auteur to A-list Oscar winner, New Zealanders pride themselves on their underdog status.

Trump's hair on the line at Wrestlemania (AP)

World Wrestling Entertainment owner Vince McMahon, left, and Donald Trump, right, are seen in this combination photo. Trump and McMahon will pick a wrestler to represent them in the ring April at Wrestlemania 23 at Detroit's Ford Field on April 1, 2007. If their pick is beaten in the 'Battle of the Billionaires,' the loser will get his head shaved after the match, the Detroit Free Press reported Monday, Feb. 19, 2007. (AP Photo)AP - Will Donald Trump put his hair where his mouth is?

Sirius plans to buy XM in $4.6 billion stock deal (Reuters)

An XM Satellite Radio dish is seen in this undated handout photo.The two main satellite radio providers, XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. and Sirius are expected to announce a long-awaited merger on Monday, according to the New York Post. (Handout/John Harrington/Reuters)Reuters - Sirius Satellite Radio plans to buy U.S. rival XM Satellite Radio for $4.6 billion in stock to bring entertainers such as Oprah Winfrey and shock-jock Howard Stern under one roof, but a top regulator said the deal would face a tough time winning approval.

Official scolds Bahamas PM on Smith flap (AP)

This photo shows the front page of the Monday, Feb. 12, 2007 edition of The Tribune newspaper, from The Bahamas, that published undated photos allegedly showing Anna Nicole Smith lying in bed with Bahamian Immigration Minister Shane Gibson. Gibson resigned Sunday night Feb. 18, 2007 in the wake of the publication of the photos. Both were fully clothed, but the pictures stoked a controversy because Gibson had fast-tracked Smith's application for permanent residency on the island chain. (AP Photo)AP - The leader of the main opposition party in the Bahamas scolded the government Monday for not acting sooner to remove the country's immigration minister over his seemingly preferential treatment to Anna Nicole Smith.

Businesses also celebrating Mardi Gras (AP)

Lori Whitehead from Jackson, Miss. looks at art for sale on Lundi Gras in the French Quarter of New Orleans Monday, Feb. 19, 2007.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - The final weekend leading up to Mardi Gras has been a boon for hotels, restaurants and bars, with business generally brisker than last year, the first Carnival since Hurricane Katrina devastated the city.

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