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Gyllenhaal 9/11 Comments Spark Outcry (AP)
AP - Maggie Gyllenhaal has waded into sensitive political waters by raising questions about Sept. 11 and American foreign policy. The 27-year-old actress, who stars in a new film about the 2001 terror attacks on the World Trade Center, said in an interview last week that the United States "is responsible in some way" for the attacks.

Photos Show Pitt, Jolie on African Beach (AP)
AP - It's true — again? Despite denials of a romance between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, new photographs show the couple on a beach in Africa, according to published reports.

Witness: Jackson Booked Family on Trip (AP)
AP - A travel agent testifying under immunity in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial said Tuesday she booked a flight to Brazil for the family of the pop star's accuser at the request of one of the singer's business associates.

Mayor Wants 'Tonight' Show Back in N.Y. (AP)
AP - Mayor Michael Bloomberg tried to get a promise from Conan O'Brien on Tuesday to bring the "Tonight" show back to New York when he takes over as host from Jay Leno in 2009.

Ratings Show Sad State of Network Sitcoms (AP)
AP - Viewers aren't doing much laughing these days — at least intentionally. Only two of Nielsen Media Research's top 30 programs last week were situation comedies and one of them — CBS' "Everybody Loves Raymond" — ends its network run next month. The only other top-rated sitcom: "Two and a Half Men."

Horse Dies in 'Flicka' Filming (Reuters)
Reuters - A mustang horse broke its neck and died during filming of the 20th Century Fox movie "Flicka," a remake of 1943 classic "My Friend Flicka."

Billboard Album Reviews (Reuters)
Reuters - NEW YORK (Billboard) -- Nine years is way too long without a fresh batch of John Prine originals, but the so-dang-human "Fair & Square" is worth the wait. Issued again on his homegrown Oh Boy label, the 12-pack is quintessential blue-collar Prine: indelible melodies full of country twang. With a gravelly voice that's even lower in pitch because of a bout with throat cancer, Prine plays Nashville poet with his lyrics. They are humorous, witty, poignant, lovely and all delivered with conversational ease. He covers all the roots bases here. There's a country-rock cooker (opener "Glory of True Love"), country waltz (the politically tinged "Some Humans Ain't Human) and down-home blues ("Morning Train" with Mindy Smith contributing vocals), plus an Irish-flavored waltz ("My Darlin' Hometown" with Alison Krauss harmonizing), an atypical love song (the whimsical "She's My Everything") and a country cover (a sprint through the Carter Family song "Bear Creek Blues"). Highly recommended.

Bravo to Bow 8 Series Before Labor Day (Reuters)
Reuters - A reality series featuring singer Bobby Brown and his wife, Whitney Houston, is one of eight new series Bravo will launch between now and Labor Day, in its most aggressive season schedule ever, according to the cable network.

Stewart Skills Coming to DVD from Warner (Reuters)
Reuters - Martha Stewart is coming to DVD courtesy of a partnership between her company and Warner Home Video.

Theater Review: 'The Light in the Piazza' (Reuters)
Reuters - This lushly romantic new musical from composer Adam Guettel and playwright Craig Lucas boasts a melodic score, memorable characters and an intriguing narrative hook that will be familiar to those who saw the 1962 film version of Elizabeth Spencer's novel. By no means populist entertainment, "The Light in the Piazza," which has been given a semioperatic treatment, benefits immensely from its Broadway presentation by the not-for-profit Lincoln Center Theater.

Horse Dies in 'Flicka' Filming (Reuters)
Reuters - A mustang horse broke its neck and died during filming of the 20th Century Fox movie "Flicka," a remake of 1943 classic "My Friend Flicka."

Universal Gets First Look at Writer-Director Berg (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Pictures has entered into a first-look production arrangement with director-writer Peter Berg and partners John Cameron and Sarah Aubrey via their newly formed production shingle, Film 44.

Touchstone Logs Rights to 'Cabin' (Reuters)
Reuters - Touchstone Pictures has pre-emptively bought movie rights to "Cabin Pressure," a nonfiction book proposal by Entertainment Weekly reporter Josh Wolk.

Photos Show Pitt, Jolie on African Beach (AP)
AP - It's true — again? Despite denials of a romance between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, new photographs show the couple on a beach in Africa, according to published reports.

Cox Under Microscope in 'Zoom' (Reuters)
Reuters - Courteney Cox, star of the long-lived series "Friends" and the "Scream" features, has been cast in the Revolution Studios comedy "Zoom."

Fans Split on 'Hitchhiker's Guide' Film (AP)
AP - "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" has traveled light years in its voyage from airwaves to page to screen.

Gyllenhaal 9/11 Comments Spark Outcry (AP)
AP - Maggie Gyllenhaal has waded into sensitive political waters by raising questions about Sept. 11 and American foreign policy. The 27-year-old actress, who stars in a new film about the 2001 terror attacks on the World Trade Center, said in an interview last week that the United States "is responsible in some way" for the attacks.

Court Rules Against DVD Copy Preventions (AP)
AP - A French court has ordered DVD vendors to pull copies of the David Lynch film "Mulholland Drive" off store shelves as part of an unprecedented ruling against copy prevention techniques.

Spielberg Says Aliens Likely Our Friends (AP)
AP - When the aliens finally arrive, Steven Spielberg expects them to be galactic good Samaritans like E.T. rather than the malevolent marauders of "War of the Worlds."

Review: 'Hitchhiker' Feels Like Onslaught (AP)
AP - Surely "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" would seem sufficiently well-known and have a large enough cult following for its various incarnations that comparing it to something else — another book, another TV series, another movie, whatever — would be pointless. You know it or you don't. You love it or you don't.

Billboard Album Reviews (Reuters)
Reuters - NEW YORK (Billboard) -- Nine years is way too long without a fresh batch of John Prine originals, but the so-dang-human "Fair & Square" is worth the wait. Issued again on his homegrown Oh Boy label, the 12-pack is quintessential blue-collar Prine: indelible melodies full of country twang. With a gravelly voice that's even lower in pitch because of a bout with throat cancer, Prine plays Nashville poet with his lyrics. They are humorous, witty, poignant, lovely and all delivered with conversational ease. He covers all the roots bases here. There's a country-rock cooker (opener "Glory of True Love"), country waltz (the politically tinged "Some Humans Ain't Human) and down-home blues ("Morning Train" with Mindy Smith contributing vocals), plus an Irish-flavored waltz ("My Darlin' Hometown" with Alison Krauss harmonizing), an atypical love song (the whimsical "She's My Everything") and a country cover (a sprint through the Carter Family song "Bear Creek Blues"). Highly recommended.

Pearl Jam Heading to Great White North (Reuters)
Reuters - Pearl Jam will embark on a 15-date tour of Canada this fall, on which it will debut material intended for its as-yet-untitled new studio album.

Travis Tritt Splits from Columbia Records (Reuters)
Reuters - Country artist Travis Tritt has parted ways with Columbia Records, his label home of the last five years.

Grand Ole Opry Makes 80th Anniversary Plans (Reuters)
Reuters - The Grand Ole Opry will spend eight months this year celebrating its 80th anniversary with a series of events, including a Nov. 14 performance at New York's Carnegie Hall.

CD/DVD Salutes Bluegrass Fest's 30th (Reuters)
Reuters - As the Telluride Bluegrass Festival pulls into its 32nd year, Rounder Records is commemorating the annual event's 30th anniversary with separate CD and DVD releases.

Springsteen Opens Solo Tour in Detroit (Reuters)
Reuters - The Bruce Springsteen faithful descended on Michigan Monday night (April 25) to help the New Jersey icon kick off his solo "Devils & Dust" tour in fine, exuberant fashion at Motown's Fox Theatre.

Doves Pull Out of Coachella Fest (Reuters)
Reuters - U.K. rock act Doves has been forced to cancel its appearance this weekend at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., because vocalist/bassist Jimi Goodwin is suffering from severely strained vocal chords.

Clay Goes Plastic (E! Online)
E! Online - Now Claymates have a new way to show their affection for their favorite singer: They can carry him in their wallet.

RealNetworks Unveils Rhapsody to Go Music Service (Reuters)
Reuters - Digital media company RealNetworks Inc. on Tuesday said it expanded its subscription music service to allow paying subscribers access to more than 1 million songs and now will allow nonpaying users to listen to 25 songs for free each month.

Witness: Jackson Booked Family on Trip (AP)
AP - A travel agent testifying under immunity in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial said Tuesday she booked a flight to Brazil for the family of the pop star's accuser at the request of one of the singer's business associates.

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