As if the post-9/11 visa regs to enter the U.S. weren't stringent enough, concert programmers and bookers are now bracing for even tighter restrictions -- and higher costs to bring in foreign talent.
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On top of the stringent visa regulations put in place after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, international entertainment execs and performers will now face additional roadblocks.
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Nicole Kidman won a libel action against the Daily Mail on Thursday after the paper suggested she had an affair with her married "Cold Mountain" co-star Jude Law.