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Cojocaru Discusses Transplant on Oprah (AP)
AP - Three months after Steven Cojocaru's kidney transplant, Oprah Winfrey rolled out the red carpet for the fashion maven.

Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner Said Engaged (AP)
AP - Call it Bennifer: Part Deux. Nine months after they started dating, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are engaged, People and Star magazines are reporting.

Jackson Defense Focuses on Security Logs (AP)
AP - The defense in the Michael Jackson child molestation trial on Thursday walked a former Neverland ranch security guard through records detailing activities at Jackson's estate during the time the accuser and his family were allegedly held captive there.

Paris Hilton Cuts Ties With Nicole Richie (AP)
AP - Paris Hilton is hot ... over something Nicole Richie did.

Danza Surprises Student With Class Visit (AP)
AP - Tony Danza, whose resume includes stints as a boxer, an actor and a talk show host, can now add visual aid to the list. He surprised a Grand Valley State University student on Wednesday by dropping in on one of her classes to watch her presentation about ... him.

Sydney Pollack Interprets His Long Career (AP)
AP - Sydney Pollack is an actor-turned-director who doesn't mind returning to other side of the camera.

Mariah Carey Finds 'Emancipation' at Top of Chart (Reuters)
Reuters - For the first time in 7 1/2 years, Mariah Carey is sitting in pole position on the Billboard 200. "The Emancipation of Mimi" is her first album to reach No. 1 since "Butterfly" debuted at the summit the week of Oct. 4, 1997.

Comcast Sues Orioles Over TV Rights (AP)
AP - Comcast SportsNet sued the Baltimore Orioles and the new Mid-Atlantic Sports Network on Thursday over television rights to Orioles games.

Comcast Sues Orioles Over TV Rights (AP)
AP - Comcast SportsNet sued the Baltimore Orioles and the new Mid-Atlantic Sports Network on Thursday over television rights to Orioles games.

Theater Review: 'You Can't Take It with You' (Reuters)
Reuters - If television had been around commercially in the 1930s, Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's "You Can't Take It With You" very likely would have spawned the first successful sitcom.

Sydney Pollack Interprets His Long Career (AP)
AP - Sydney Pollack is an actor-turned-director who doesn't mind returning to other side of the camera.

U.N.-Set 'Interpreter' Has the Floor (Reuters)
Reuters - Both Universal Pictures and Sydney Pollack are back this weekend with "The Interpreter" after extended hiatuses from the box office.

'Fockers' Sets Universal Record for Day 1 Sales (Reuters)
Reuters - At the Milken Institute Global Conference this week, Strauss Zelnick, who founded media holding company ZelnickMedia, predicted the end of the DVD. Despite consumer attraction to goods that can be touched, DVDs in the not-too-distant future will be replaced by some sort of "no-spinning" technology, Zelnick said.

Pacino, Eastwood Got Game (E! Online)
E! Online - Vivendi Universal Games has announced it has reached a deal with Al Pacino to reprise his legendary role as drugged-out coke dealer Tony Montana in a videogame version of Brian De Palma's knockout 1983 gangster flick, Scarface.

Jack Black Hits the Mat in Wrestling Pic (Reuters)
Reuters - Jack Black has signed on to star in a new film co-written with longtime collaborator Mike White and Jared Hess, the latter of whom wrote and directed the 2004 hit comedy "Napoleon Dynamite."

Warner Bros. Wins Lawsuit Over 'Perfect Storm' (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor George Clooney's portrayal of a down-and-out fisherman in the 2000 film "The Perfect Storm" may not have been accurate but it was not illegal, the Florida Supreme Court ruled on Thursday.

Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner Said Engaged (AP)
AP - Call it Bennifer: Part Deux. Nine months after they started dating, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are engaged, People and Star magazines are reporting.

De Niro Shy About Talking About Film Fest (AP)
AP - Everyone seemed happy to talk at a news conference about the Tribeca Film Festival on Thursday, except for the one person all the reporters were there to see: Robert De Niro.

Silent Flm Legend Lloyd Back on Big Screen (AP)
AP - On what would have been his 112th birthday, silent-era star Harold Lloyd — you know, that hanging-from-a-clock guy — returns to the big screen in a big way after taking about a half-century off.

Oscar-Nominated Actress Ruth Hussey Dies (AP)
AP - Ruth Hussey, who was nominated for an Academy Award for her role as James Stewart's wise-cracking girlfriend in 1940's "The Philadelphia Story," has died. She was 93.

Mariah Carey Finds 'Emancipation' at Top of Chart (Reuters)
Reuters - For the first time in 7 1/2 years, Mariah Carey is sitting in pole position on the Billboard 200. "The Emancipation of Mimi" is her first album to reach No. 1 since "Butterfly" debuted at the summit the week of Oct. 4, 1997.

50 Cent's 'Candy' Enters Ninth Week at No. 1 (Reuters)
Reuters - 50 Cent maintains his reign on the singles chart, notching a ninth week atop Billboard's Hot 100 with "Candy Shop" featuring Olivia.

New Age Duo Secret Garden in Top Form After 10 Years (Reuters)
Reuters - A decade after its formation, the Irish/Norwegian duo Secret Garden has its first No. 1 album on the Top New Age Albums chart.

Experts Confirm Shakespeare Portrait Fake (AP)
AP - One of the best-known portraits of William Shakespeare is a fraud, painted 200 years after the playwright's death, experts at Britain's National Portrait Gallery said Thursday.

Potential Witness in Jackson Case Charged (AP)
AP - A potential defense witness in the Michael Jackson trial was accused of having sex with an underage girl after telling her he had seen the pop star seduce a girl.

Wayne Newton Begins Las Vegas Hilton Shows (AP)
AP - Wayne Newton is taking his act — again — to the Las Vegas Hilton.

Jackson Defense Focuses on Security Logs (AP)
AP - The defense in the Michael Jackson child molestation trial on Thursday walked a former Neverland ranch security guard through records detailing activities at Jackson's estate during the time the accuser and his family were allegedly held captive there.

Springsteen Bares Songwriting Soul on VH1 (AP)
AP - Bruce Springsteen prefers to let his songs do the talking. When those songs include "Thunder Road," "Nebraska" and "The Rising," it's hard to disagree with his approach.

Ray Davies Fails to Testify in Court (AP)
AP - Ray Davies, the longtime lead singer of The Kinks, didn't return to testify against a man who allegedly drove a getaway car for a gunman who robbed Davies' companion and shot the singer in the leg.

Ryan Seacrest Gets Star on Walk of Fame (AP)
AP - The host of "American Idol" has become an idol himself.

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