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Culkin Denounces Charges Against Jackson (AP)
AP - "Home Alone" star Macaulay Culkin denounced the molestation allegations against Michael Jackson as "absolutely ridiculous" on Wednesday and testified that, contrary to prosecution claims, he was never victimized during his boyhood visits to the pop star's ranch.

Chappelle Reportedly Checks Into Facility (AP)
AP - Comedy Central star Dave Chappelle has checked himself into a mental health facility in South Africa, the magazine Entertainment Weekly reported on Wednesday.

Anthony Federov Knocked Off 'Idol' (AP)
AP - A deficiency of soul power cost Anthony Federov on "American Idol" Wednesday, sending him home and leaving just three contestants remaining.

Ind. Songwriter Sues Spears Over Copyright (AP)
AP - An Indiana songwriter is suing singer Britney Spears for copyright infringement, claiming he wrote the song "Sometimes" 15 years ago.

Actress Mena Suvari Files for Divorce (AP)
AP - Mena Suvari has filed for divorce from cinematographer Robert Brinkmann, her husband of five years. The report by Us Weekly magazine was confirmed Wednesday by Suvari's publicist, Melissa Kates.

After Cannes, 'Valley' to open L.A. film fest (Reuters)
Reuters - "Down in the Valley," an L.A.-set crime story starring Edward Norton and Evan Rachel Wood, will be the opening-night film of the Los Angeles Film Festival (June 16-26).

Anthony Federov Knocked Off 'Idol' (AP)
AP - A deficiency of soul power cost Anthony Federov on "American Idol" Wednesday, sending him home and leaving just three contestants remaining.

Anthony Federov Knocked Off 'Idol' (AP)
AP - A deficiency of soul power cost Anthony Federov on "American Idol" Wednesday, sending him home and leaving just three contestants remaining.

Disney profit up on hit films (Reuters)
Reuters - Walt Disney Co. posted a 30 percent rise in quarterly earnings on Wednesday driven by its movie studio, which produced the sleeper hit "The Pacifier" and distributed the animated blockbuster "The Incredibles."

Hold on to your tutu: Here comes Pippi Longstocking (Reuters)
Reuters - She sleeps with her feet on the pillow, can lift a horse and has no respect for grown-ups -- Pippi Longstocking turns 60 this year but the rebellious Swedish redhead is about to run riot in the graceful world of ballet.

After Cannes, 'Valley' to open L.A. film fest (Reuters)
Reuters - "Down in the Valley," an L.A.-set crime story starring Edward Norton and Evan Rachel Wood, will be the opening-night film of the Los Angeles Film Festival (June 16-26).

Through a Cannes Darkly (E! Online)
E! Online - Cannes has turned to the dark side--and not simply just because George Lucas is screening Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith at the film fest.

George Lucas to Guest Star on 'The O.C.' (AP)
AP - A week before the last installment of "Star Wars" opens, George Lucas is stopping by "The O.C." On Thursday's episode of the Fox show (8 p.m. ET), the master Jedi will guest star as himself. In a lucky twist of fate for Seth Cohen (Adam Brody), Lucas will express interest in Cohen's graphic novel.

Cannes Jurors Attend 'Lemming' Screening (AP)
AP - The Cannes Film Festival opened Wednesday with a lineup of judges that looked like the guest list for the ultimate dinner party of artists and entertainers.

Schrader exorcises Hollywood demon with 'Dominion' (Reuters)
Reuters - When Paul Schrader's prequel to "The Exorcist" debuts next week, the veteran screenwriter and director finally will see a Hollywood demon lifted from his soul.

'Star Wars' is over, but Lucas is far from his end (Reuters)
Reuters - Director George Lucas feels like a college kid setting off on a new adventure.

DreamWorks Stock Dips on 'Shrek 2' Sales (AP)
AP - Shares of DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. sank more than 12 percent to a new low Wednesday after missing estimates for its first quarter profit as expected revenue from home video sales of "Shrek 2" failed to materialize.

War and murder open Cannes film festival (Reuters)
Reuters - War, murder and suicide were the themes at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday, sounding a somber note on the first of 12 hectic days of competition, deal making and showbusiness excess.

Disney 2Q Profits Increase on DVD Sales (AP)
AP - Strong performance from its film studio and sales of DVDs led to higher earnings for The Walt Disney Co. in the second quarter, the company said Wednesday.

Fonda: Turner Inspired 'Monster' Role (AP)
AP - Though she was married three times, Jane Fonda found no inspiration from her former mothers-in-law when it came to playing her first film role in 15 years.

Anthony Federov Knocked Off 'Idol' (AP)
AP - A deficiency of soul power cost Anthony Federov on "American Idol" Wednesday, sending him home and leaving just three contestants remaining.

Jackson Defense Filing Questions Lawyer (AP)
AP - A lawyer who has represented Michael Jackson's accuser and his mother told talk show host Larry King and another man that he considered the mother "a flake" and didn't believe the boy, according to a report of a witness interview filed by Jackson's investigator.

Culkin Denounces Charges Against Jackson (AP)
AP - "Home Alone" star Macaulay Culkin denounced the molestation allegations against Michael Jackson as "absolutely ridiculous" on Wednesday and testified that, contrary to prosecution claims, he was never victimized during his boyhood visits to the pop star's ranch.

Ind. Songwriter Sues Spears Over Copyright (AP)
AP - An Indiana songwriter is suing singer Britney Spears for copyright infringement, claiming he wrote the song "Sometimes" 15 years ago.

Hancock reimagines Headhunters for summer shows (Reuters)
Reuters - Jazz legend Herbie Hancock has restaffed his famed Headhunters ensemble with a host of notable names and will take the band on the road for four shows this summer.

Yahoo Low-Cost Music Service Hurts Rivals (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc.'s steeply discounted foray into online music subscriptions struck a sour note Wednesday with the shareholders of Napster Inc. and RealNetworks Inc. — the owners of the rival services that stand to lose the most from the new competitive threat.

NIN Sink "Teeth" into Charts (E! Online)
E! Online - Nine Inch Nails have taken a bite out of the competition.

Warner Music Stock Falls in 1st Trading Day (AP)
AP - Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page entertained the New York Stock Exchange with the band's "Whole Lotta Love" at the opening bell Wednesday, but little of that love extended to Warner Music Group Corp.'s stock, which fell in its first day of trading.

Wonder Unveils 'Descriptive' Music Video (AP)
AP - Stevie Wonder is adding some vision to the term "music television."

BBC Workers Vote for Strike Over Job Cuts (AP)
AP - British Broadcasting Corp. journalists and technical workers have voted to strike to protest thousands of job cuts, union officials said Wednesday.

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