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William Bell, Creator of TV Soaps, Dies (AP)
AP - William Joseph Bell, an Emmy award-winning daytime TV soap writer, producer and co-creator of "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful," has died. He was 78.

'Housewives' Star Huffman Wins at Tribeca (AP)
AP - "Desperate Housewives" star Felicity Huffman won the best actress award at the Tribeca Film Festival Saturday for "Transamerica," in which she plays a preoperative transsexual woman on a cross-country road trip.

Cult Hit 'Family Guy' Returning to Fox (AP)
AP - Imagine seeing "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," if it were about a cartoon family living in suburban Rhode Island, and you'll have some idea about the obsessive cult following "Family Guy" has achieved. That loyalty was on wild display at "Family Guy Live," where cast members did a script reading on stage before the show's return to network television Sunday night.

Beckhams Sue Former Nanny Over Comments (AP)
AP - David and Victoria Beckham are suing their former nanny for claiming in the British press that the couple's six-year marriage is on the rocks.

'SpongeBob' Swimming Into Fourth Season (AP)
AP - Sunday brings Fox's so-called Animation Domination, including the 350th episode of "The Simpsons" (8 p.m. EDT) and the season premiere of "Family Guy" (9 p.m.). But come 8 p.m. Friday on Nickelodeon, a different kind of cartoon hero is in the swim with the start of his fourth season in submersion. This new half-hour episode of "SpongeBob SquarePants" — one of 20 in a sea of repeats during the next year — begins with "Fear of a Krabby Patty."

'Housewives' Star Huffman Wins at Tribeca (AP)
AP - "Desperate Housewives" star Felicity Huffman won the best actress award at the Tribeca Film Festival Saturday for "Transamerica," in which she plays a preoperative transsexual woman on a cross-country road trip.

Burnett, Sills Reunite for Fundraiser (AP)
AP - Sills and Burnett at the Met. That was the name of a TV special that once joined Beverly Sills and Carol Burnett on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera — an unlikely pairing of a singer talking and a comedian singing that resulted in a friendship lasting three decades. This week, the two stars were together again — this time to raise funds for multiple sclerosis, a chronic disease of the nervous system that afflicts Sills' 45-year-old daughter, Meredith "Muffy" Greenough.

William Bell, Creator of TV Soaps, Dies (AP)
AP - William Joseph Bell, an Emmy award-winning daytime TV soap writer, producer and co-creator of "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful," has died. He was 78.

Hong Kong Film Industry in Slump (AP)
AP - The industry that launched Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee and Chow Yun-fat on the path to international stardom is in trouble.

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.

'Housewives' Star Huffman Wins at Tribeca (AP)
AP - "Desperate Housewives" star Felicity Huffman won the best actress award at the Tribeca Film Festival Saturday for "Transamerica," in which she plays a preoperative transsexual woman on a cross-country road trip.

Star Wars 'Stand-A-Thon' Kicks Off in New York (Reuters)
Reuters - A black-clad Darth Vader and storm troopers in white armor flanked a Jedi knight with an angelic smile as die-hard "Star War" fans on Saturday launched a marathon "stand-a-thon" countdown to the opening of the final film of George Lucas' intergalactic science fiction saga.

PETA Targets J.Lo at Film Premiere (AP)
AP - Dozens of protesters representing People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals greeted Jennifer Lopez at the premiere of her new movie "Monster-in-Law with signs declaring her the "monster-in-fur" for her Sweetface fashion collection.

Chris Klein Fined for Drunken 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.

Hong Kong Film Industry in Slump (AP)
AP - The industry that launched Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee and Chow Yun-fat on the path to international stardom is in trouble.

Besson to Direct Paris 2012 Promotion (AP)
AP - Luc Besson will direct a video promoting the Paris bid for the 2012 Olympics. The French filmmaker's short clip will be shown during Paris' official presentation to the International Olympic Committee, Paris bid member Arnaud Lagardere told RTL radio Friday.

Nicklaus Praises Costner's Golf Swing (AP)
AP - Kevin Costner joked with fans and offered his club to a young spectator so the boy could take a swing as he and Jack Nicklaus played an 18-hole exhibition for about 700 to show off a new Nicklaus-designed course.

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.

Burnett, Sills Reunite for Fundraiser (AP)
AP - Sills and Burnett at the Met. That was the name of a TV special that once joined Beverly Sills and Carol Burnett on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera — an unlikely pairing of a singer talking and a comedian singing that resulted in a friendship lasting three decades. This week, the two stars were together again — this time to raise funds for multiple sclerosis, a chronic disease of the nervous system that afflicts Sills' 45-year-old daughter, Meredith "Muffy" Greenough.

Some Balk at Naming Highway After Nelson (AP)
AP - Willie Nelson's name is off the road again.

Thousands Flock to St. Lucia for Jazz Fest (AP)
AP - Thousands of fans are flocking to tiny St. Lucia to hear UB40, the Isley Brothers and American idol winner Fantasia Barrino among other stars at the 14th annual jazz festival, an event that has become almost as popular as carnival in the Caribbean.

Beckhams Sue Former Nanny Over Comments (AP)
AP - David and Victoria Beckham are suing their former nanny for claiming in the British press that the couple's six-year marriage is on the rocks.

Aerosmith's Perry Preps for Release of Solo Album (Reuters)
Reuters - One major benefit of releasing his first solo album in 21 years is that Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry can finally stop having to answer the incessant question from fans, "When are you going to put out another one?"

Composer Finds Good Match at Barnes & Noble (Reuters)
Reuters - When J. Ralph decided to look beyond the conventional record-label model to bring his album of orchestral music to consumers, he found a willing and formidable partner in Barnes & Noble.

Billboard Latin Awards Reflect Genre's Evolution (Reuters)
Reuters - The winners of this year's Billboard Latin Music Awards reflect the changing sound of Latin music and the public's reception of it.

Miami Stations, Yahoo Expand Latin Offerings (Reuters)
Reuters - In an effort to appeal to an increasingly segmented Latin radio market, Spanish Broadcasting System launched two radio shows last month in Miami that mark a wide departure from its traditional programming.

Girls Rule on 'Monster-In-Law' Soundtrack (Reuters)
Reuters - With the exception of Norwegian act Magnet, look for an all-female lineup on New Line Records' "Monster-in-Law" soundtrack, due in stores May 10.

Composer Gregson-Williams Builds His 'Kingdom' (Reuters)
Reuters - A Middle Eastern-flavored score accompanies the epic story of the 12th century Crusades in the film "Kingdom of Heaven."

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