Entertainment News Archive - May 15, 2006
NEW YORK (Reuters) - News Corp.'s MySpace.com will begin selling episodes of Fox's "24" next week as part of a plan to turn the popular teen website into a business rivaling Yahoo Inc. and Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes, according to the Wall Street Journal.
By Scott Roxborough BERLIN (Hollywood Reporter) - "The Lives of Others," a gripping drama about the East German secret service, the Stasi, overthrew the competition at Germany's top film awards, winning seven prizes, including best picture.
LONDON (Reuters) - A lawsuit filed by Bob Marley's bass guitarist Aston "Family Man" Barrett, who is seeking 60 million pounds ($113.2 million) in unpaid royalties from Island Records and the Marley family, is due to be decided in London's High Court on Monday.
By Krittivas Mukherjee MUMBAI (Reuters) - A power
Reclusive rocker W. Axl Rose was on his best behavior as the new-look Guns N' Roses played its first concerts in more than three years over the weekend and dusted off a few songs from its long-delayed album.
LONDON (Reuters) - A UK judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit filed by Bob Marley's bass guitarist Aston "Family Man" Barrett, who was seeking 60 million pounds ($113 million) in unpaid royalties from Island Records and the Marley family.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese media have speculated that flashes of underwear and other "inappropriate" images in the China scenes of Mission Impossible 3 (MI3) might jeopardize the mainland release of Tom Cruise's latest Hollywood blockbuster.
LONDON (Reuters) - London's High Court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Bob Marley's bass guitarist Aston "Family Man" Barrett, who was seeking 60 million pounds ($113 million) in unpaid royalties from Island Records and the Marley family.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Naomi Watts, the Oscar-nominated actress who starred in King Kong and Mulholland Drive, was named on Monday as a special United Nations envoy on HIV/AIDS.
By Adam Pasick LONDON (Reuters) - Aston "Familyman" Barrett, the bass player for Bob Marley and the Wailers, has lost a 60 million pound ($113.6 million) lawsuit over royalties and song-writing credits that pitted him against Island Records and the Marley family.
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