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Neverland Guard Says Boy Couldn't Leave (AP)
AP - A former security guard at Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch testified at the pop star's child molestation trial Wednesday that a notice once was posted in a guard station saying Jackson's young accuser was not to be allowed to leave the estate.

Mo. Man Spits Tobacco Juice on Jane Fonda (AP)
AP - A man spit tobacco juice into the face of Jane Fonda after waiting in line to have her sign her new memoir. Capt. Rich Lockhart of the Kansas City Police Department said Michael A. Smith, 54, was arrested Tuesday night on a municipal charge of disorderly conduct.

Imperioli to Appear on 'Law & Order' (AP)
AP - Michael Imperioli is a turncoat. The "Sopranos" star plays a homicide detective on four episodes on NBC's "Law & Order." Going from mobster to police officer, though, wasn't a dramatic leap for the actor.

Marathon to Show All Six 'Star Wars' Films (AP)
AP - All six chapters of George Lucas' science-fiction saga — including the final one, "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith" — will screen in a daylong marathon May 16 at London's Leicester Square.

AMERICAN DIRECTORS: OUI CANNES DO IT (PageSix)
PageSix - GEORGE Lucas and Woody Allen are packing their bags for the French Riviera.

'Interpreter' Brings Hollywood Glitz, Gore to U.N. (Reuters)
Reuters - In the first-ever film shot at the United Nations, 17 people die in a bus bombing, another is slain in the house of peace itself and a white African woman tries to kill a dictator because she thinks the international justice system is not tough enough.

Mariah Massacres 50 Cent (E! Online)
E! Online - Mariah Carey's comeback album, The Emancipation of Mimi, debuted at number one with sales of 404,000, ending the six-week reign of 50 Cent's The Massacre, which fell to number three with 140,000 copies, per Nielsen SoundScan figures released Wednesday.

"Simpsons" Bows to Pope (E! Online)
E! Online - In an effort to keep Catholics from having a cow, Fox and the producers of The Simpsons have decided to postpone a religion-skewering episode until after the new pope is inaugurated.

Army, ESPN Sign Extensive Multimedia Deal (AP)
AP - Army and ESPN have reached a five-year multimedia agreement, guaranteeing live television coverage of every Black Knights home football game to fans and troops around the world.

Drama League Announces Play and Musical Award Nominees (Playbill)
Playbill - The Drama League has announced the nominees for its awards honoring the 2004-05 season.

'Interpreter' Brings Hollywood Glitz, Gore to U.N. (Reuters)
Reuters - In the first-ever film shot at the United Nations, 17 people die in a bus bombing, another is slain in the house of peace itself and a white African woman tries to kill a dictator because she thinks the international justice system is not tough enough.

French Court Dismisses 'Finding Nemo' Claim Case (Reuters)
Reuters - A Paris court on Wednesday dismissed claims by a French author and his publisher that U.S. studio Disney copied his ideas in its film "Finding Nemo," and ordered they to pay Disney damages.

Missouri Man Spits on Jane Fonda (AP)
AP - A man spit tobacco juice into the face of actress Jane Fonda after waiting in line to have her sign her new book, police said.

Screening of Dutch Van Gogh Film Scrapped (AP)
AP - The European Parliament said Wednesday it had scrapped the screening of murdered Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh's short film criticizing the treatment of women under Islam because of legal concerns and security fears.

Gun Documentary to Air at Tribeca Festival (AP)
AP - An award-winning documentary about gun violence by two young directors from Brooklyn will make its New York debut at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Marathon to Show All Six 'Star Wars' Films (AP)
AP - All six chapters of George Lucas' science-fiction saga — including the final one, "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith" — will screen in a daylong marathon May 16 at London's Leicester Square.

Kutcher Makes Bet on His New Movie (AP)
AP - Ashton Kutcher says if his new movie, "A Lot Like Love," tops the weekend box office, he'll model underwear.

Jackie Chan Returns to Cambodia (AP)
AP - Hong Kong action film star Jackie Chan said Wednesday he's campaigning for a global ban on land mines — and is scouting film sites in Cambodia to make a movie about the effort.

'Hitchhiker's Guide to Galaxy' to Premier in London (Reuters)
Reuters - The film of Douglas Adams' cult novel "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" finally opens on Wednesday after 26 years in the pipeline.

Films From 13 Nations to Compete at Cannes (AP)
AP - An Iraqi film will compete at the Cannes Film Festival for the first time, vying for the top prize against veteran directors and past winners such as Gus Van Sant.

Mariah Massacres 50 Cent (E! Online)
E! Online - Mariah Carey's comeback album, The Emancipation of Mimi, debuted at number one with sales of 404,000, ending the six-week reign of 50 Cent's The Massacre, which fell to number three with 140,000 copies, per Nielsen SoundScan figures released Wednesday.

Neverland Guard Says Boy Couldn't Leave (AP)
AP - A former security guard at Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch testified at the pop star's child molestation trial Wednesday that a notice once was posted in a guard station saying Jackson's young accuser was not to be allowed to leave the estate.

Bad LANGuage: AP's Pop Culture Blog (AP)
AP - Everyone loves to bully Michael Jackson. Add online animators to the list.

Mariah Carey Kicks 50 Cent Out of Top Spot (AP)
AP - Mariah Carey has not only emancipated Mimi, she's made her queen of the album charts, bouncing 50 Cent out of the top spot for the first time in nearly two months.

Danish Jazz Bassist Orsted Pedersen Dead at 58 (Reuters)
Reuters - Acclaimed Danish jazz bassist Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen has died at the age of 58, Danish media reported Wednesday.

50 Cent's Reebok Ad Pulled From U.K. Televison (Yahoo! Music)
Yahoo! Music - Last month, British anti-gun charity The Disarm Trust called 50 Cent's new Reebok commercial "irresponsible and despicable," and accused Reebok of "preying on young impressionable black males." Allhiphop.com reports that the spot has now been pulled in the U.K. after viewers complained that it promoted gun violence.

Bo Bice Rocks 'American Idol' Judges (AP)
AP - "American Idol" contestant Bo Bice rocked out with the 1970s tune "Vehicle" and the three judges were unanimous in their praise.

Mudvayne Cancels Show Following Death Of Member Of Opening Act (Yahoo! Music)
Yahoo! Music - Mudvayne's show on Tuesday night (April 19) in Charleston, South Carolina, was canceled when guitarist Bryan Ottoson of opening act American Head Charge was found dead in his bunk on the American Head Charge tour bus. At press time, there was no official word on the cause of death, nor any official statement from the band.

Toby Keith Gets Special Commendation From The F.B.I. (Yahoo! Music)
Yahoo! Music - Special agents from the Nashville and Memphis bureaus of the F.B.I. were backstage at the CMT Music Awards last week looking for Toby Keith. Fortunately for the superstar, they were tracking him down to present him with the Exceptional Service In The Public Interest commendation, which was signed by F.B.I. Director Robert S. Mueller.

One More Posthumous Tupac Shakur Album Coming (Yahoo! Music)
Yahoo! Music - Afeni Shakur, mother of slain rap star, Tupac Shakur, has announced that in addition to a spoken word project, there will be one more album of previously unreleased material from the late rapper. The untitled project will be released next year. MTV.com reports that Shakur is currently renovating the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation's Peace Memorial Garden And Visitors Center in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Shakur said, "When Tupac died, the first year and afterward, we thought the way to celebrate him was to have concerts and events every June in Georgia. And after we spent so much money and only affected the people right there, we decided we'd build a foundation and work with young people on an ongoing basis."

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