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Anwar Robinson Cut From 'American Idol' (AP)
AP - After Tuesday's `70s disco-themed "American Idol," Anwar Robinson failed to stay alive on Wednesday night's show.

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 at 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.

Beckinsale, Hasselhoff 'Click' for Columbia (Reuters)
Reuters - Kate Beckinsale and David Hasselhoff are joining Adam Sandler and Christopher Walken in the romantic comedy "Click."

Burnett Juggles Films, Collaboration, Albums (Reuters)
Reuters - The movies have been very good to T Bone Burnett, but he's scratching his record-making itch again.

A&E Plans Film Centering on Sept. 11 Flight (Reuters)
Reuters - A&E Network on Wednesday announced a slate of original movies and series that are in development for the 2005-06 season, including a movie that re-creates the events on board United Airlines Flight 93 on Sept. 11.

Ailes, Gore Square Off Amid Laughs (Reuters)
Reuters - Fox News chief Roger Ailes on Tuesday defended the top-rated cable news channel from an antiwar heckler while deflecting some good-natured ribbing from former Vice President Al Gore about a perceived rightward tilt at Fox.

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.

Beckinsale, Hasselhoff 'Click' for Columbia (Reuters)
Reuters - Kate Beckinsale and David Hasselhoff are joining Adam Sandler and Christopher Walken in the romantic comedy "Click."

Mandy Moore Does Rudin's 'Shopping' (Reuters)
Reuters - After being "Saved!" last year, pop star/actress Mandy Moore has signed on for "Personal Shopping."

Springfield Biopic Nabs Chenoweth (Reuters)
Reuters - Tony-winning Broadway singer-actress Kristin Chenoweth is attached to star as Dusty Springfield for a Universal Pictures biopic of the British soul singer.

'The Rock' Johnson Lands in Kelly's 'Southland' (Reuters)
Reuters - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will star opposite Seann William Scott and Sarah Michelle Gellar in "Southland Tales," the next project from "Donnie Darko" writer-director Richard Kelly.

'Slammer' Time Awaits Parker, Shankman (Reuters)
Reuters - Sarah Jessica Parker, Emmy-winning star of the late HBO series "Sex and the City," is in negotiations to play the lead role of a publicist in the dark comedy "Slammer."

'Ring of Fire' Tells of Boxing Death, Changed Life (Reuters)
Reuters - He set out to make a fictional film, but director Dan Klores said the reality of boxing champion Emile Griffith's fateful life -- a dead rival, a changed sport and rumors of homosexuality -- proved far more compelling than anything he could dream up.

'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.

Burnett Juggles Films, Collaboration, Albums (Reuters)
Reuters - The movies have been very good to T Bone Burnett, but he's scratching his record-making itch again.

Anwar Robinson Cut From 'American Idol' (AP)
AP - After Tuesday's `70s disco-themed "American Idol," Anwar Robinson failed to stay alive on Wednesday night's show.

Cash's Sun Albums Collected in Limited Box (Reuters)
Reuters - Seven albums released by Johnny Cash on Memphis' storied Sun Records label will be packaged together in a limited edition box set due May 24 from Varese Sarabande's Varese Vintage label, distributed through Universal.

Dylan, Nelson Going Back to the Ballpark (Reuters)
Reuters - Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson are coming together for their second co-headlining tour of minor league baseball parks.

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.

Carey's Comeback Album Opens at No. 1 (Reuters)
Reuters - Notching the best opening sales week of her career with her eighth studio album, "The Emancipation of Mimi" (Island/IDJMG), Mariah Carey unseats 50 Cent from his six-week reign in the top post on the Billboard 200.

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.

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