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Chris Klein Pleads Guilty to Drunk Driving (AP)
AP - "American Pie" star Chris Klein pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor drunken driving charge, was fined $1,800 and ordered to perform 150 hours of community service.

Magazine Predicted Cruise, Holmes Match (AP)
AP - Hollywood's newest couple — Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes — may strike some as unlikely, but the match was foretold in Seventeen magazine.

Michael Jackson Jury Sees Books About Boys (AP)
AP - Prosecutors in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial on Friday showed jurors two books seized from his bedroom in 1993 that include pictures of nude boys.

'Desperate Housewives' Loans Gown to Teen (AP)
AP - One of TV's most popular shows is making Melissa Saunders the star at her prom.

`The Apprentice' Down to Final Three (AP)
AP - Alex Thomason's series of losses on "The Apprentice" didn't dazzle Donald Trump.

Soderbergh, 2929 See Same-Day Film/DVD Release (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Steven Soderbergh and 2929 Entertainment, a media company owned by entrepreneurs Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner, on Friday unveiled a unique pact to make digital movies for simultaneous release in theaters, on television and on DVD.

Dave Matthews Band Settles Bus Waste Case (AP)
AP - The Dave Matthews Band, settling a lawsuit stemming from human waste dumped from a tour bus onto people touring the Chicago River, has agreed to pay $200,000 to an environmental fund and take measures to avoid a repeat of the incident, the Illinois attorney general said Friday.

Mexican TV Actress Dies After Seeing Gun (AP)
AP - A Mexican television actress died on Friday of a heart attack after a man armed with a pistol approached her vehicle on a Mexico City street, officials said.

Coalition Forms To Protect Cookies (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - A coalition of agencies, publishers and measurement firms hopes to head off a consumer revolt against Internet tracking cookies.

Pittsburgh City Theatre To Premiere Musical 'Hearts Are Wild, ' and Hollinger's New 'Opus' (Playbill)
Playbill - Two world premiere productions will punctuate the 2005-06 season at City Theatre in Pittsburgh, artistic director Tracy Brigden announced.

Soderbergh, 2929 See Same-Day Film/DVD Release (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Steven Soderbergh and 2929 Entertainment, a media company owned by entrepreneurs Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner, on Friday unveiled a unique pact to make digital movies for simultaneous release in theaters, on television and on DVD.

"Kingdom" Comes to Copyright Spat (E! Online)
E! Online - A noted scholar is ready to unleash hell on the new 20th Century Fox epic Kingdom of Heaven.

Cruise 'Enamored' With Girlfriend Holmes (AP)
AP - Hollywood's newest couple — Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes — may strike some as unlikely, but the match was foretold in Seventeen magazine.

Not So Friendly "Flicka" (E! Online)
E! Online - According to the American Humane Society, two horses have died in just two weeks on the set of the upcoming My Friend Flicka remake, starring Tim McGraw.

Agent Convicted of Bilking Famous Speakers (AP)
AP - A man who booked speeches for Andy Rooney, Erin Brockovich, Magic Johnson and scores of other celebrities — but failed to pay them — was convicted Friday of fraud and conspiracy.

Documentaries Shed Dusty Image and Go Hollywood (Reuters)
Reuters - Cheap technology, reality TV and Michael Moore are fueling a boom in documentaries that is blurring the lines with Hollywood as nonfiction films shed their image as dull and academic.

Penelope Cruz to Star in Comedy 'Volver' (AP)
AP - Pedro Almodovar has confirmed that Penelope Cruz and Carmen Maura will star in his next film, "Volver", a comedy about three women from the same family seeking a better life.

Jerry Seinfeld Set to Do a 'Bee-Movie' (AP)
AP - Jerry Seinfeld is going the Bee-movie route.

Actor, Director's Wife Kay Walsh Dies (AP)
AP - Kay Walsh, a British character actress who starred in several films by her director husband David Lean, has died, British newspapers reported Friday. She was 90.

Carell Plays Mid-Life 'Virgin' in Comedy (AP)
AP - No, Steve Carell is not a 40-year-old virgin.

Dave Matthews Band Settles Bus Waste Case (AP)
AP - The Dave Matthews Band, settling a lawsuit stemming from human waste dumped from a tour bus onto people touring the Chicago River, has agreed to pay $200,000 to an environmental fund and take measures to avoid a repeat of the incident, the Illinois attorney general said Friday.

Michael Jackson Jury Sees Books About Boys (AP)
AP - Prosecutors in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial on Friday showed jurors two books seized from his bedroom in 1993 that include pictures of nude boys.

Coldplay Firing Up Coachella (E! Online)
E! Online - Coldplay is ready to heat up the 2005 Coachella Valley Music Festival this weekend as one of the two-day ber-rock festival's headliners.

The Electric Rhythms of Savion Glover (AP)
AP - "What's that? What is that?" A young man mouths the words to his friends as he presses his knuckles to his goatee, shaking his head in disbelief at what he sees happening on stage.

Hard Rock Making Inroads in Nashville (AP)
AP - This town hasn't been the most hospitable place for rock 'n' rollers.

New Edition Would Welcome Back Brown (AP)
AP - Bobby Brown's old group, New Edition, says they would welcome back the troubled singer.

Texas Won't Name Road After Willie Nelson (AP)
AP - Singer Willie Nelson's name is off the road again.

Sherman Brothers Bring 'Chitty' to Stage (AP)
AP - Richard and Robert Sherman are the authors of the most-played song on Earth, and for that they would like to apologize to some of you.

Game On: Rapper Hit with $280 Mil Suit (E! Online)
E! Online - The Game patched things up with 50 Cent. Now he's got a new, potentially more expensive beef on his hands.

Tenor From Iowa Wins American Music Prize (AP)
AP - Never mind hitting a high C: A 29-year-old tenor from Iowa aims higher — delivering multiple high Ds as this year's winner of the Richard Tucker Award.

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