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Die-Hard Fans Pay $500 to See 'Star Wars' (AP)
AP - In the original 1977 film "Star Wars," a brash young boy named Luke Skywalker parts with his prized speeder to pay for a ride on a spaceship named the Millennium Falcon. Almost three decades later, fans parted with $500 to attend a premiere of "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith."

Defense Tries to Cast Jackson As Victim (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's lawyers sought to get an unindicted alleged co-conspirator to the witness stand using a government grant of immunity, saying prosecutors decided not to call him because his statements didn't support their allegations in the child molestation case.

Amanpour Leaving Stint at '60 Minutes' (AP)
AP - Christiane Amanpour, television's best-known international correspondent, said Thursday she's ending her part-time stint at CBS' "60 Minutes" because the arrangement had "run its course."

Comedy Central Marches on Minus Chappelle (AP)
AP - Along with Jon Stewart, Dave Chappelle is Comedy Central's biggest star. Now he's gone, with some question about whether "Chappelle's Show" will ever return.

Actor Tucker Pleads Guilty to Speeding (AP)
AP - Chris Tucker has pleaded guilty to speeding and eluding police during a brief car chase last month. The actor told authorities he didn't hear their sirens because he was on his way to church.

Die-Hard Fans Pay $500 to See 'Star Wars' (AP)
AP - In the original 1977 film "Star Wars," a brash young boy named Luke Skywalker parts with his prized speeder to pay for a ride on a spaceship named the Millennium Falcon. Almost three decades later, fans parted with $500 to attend a premiere of "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith."

Defense Tries to Cast Jackson As Victim (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's lawyers sought to get an unindicted alleged co-conspirator to the witness stand using a government grant of immunity, saying prosecutors decided not to call him because his statements didn't support their allegations in the child molestation case.

Miller Time over at CNBC (E! Online)
E! Online - The comedian's daily CNBC talk show has been canceled due to low ratings.

As Pet Industry Prospers, Ads Get More Humanized (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Petco's latest TV spots show a store employee taking a wild ride on an eight-foot-tall rubber chew toy before recommending it for a customer's dog. When the customer asks if the dog will have fun with the toy, the employee says assuredly, "We did!"

'Doubt' Named Best Play by The New York Drama Critics Circle (Playbill)
Playbill - Doubt has been named the Best Play of 2005 by The New York Drama Critics Circle, confirmed a spokesman. The Pillowman was named Best Foreign Play.

Die-Hard Fans Pay $500 to See 'Star Wars' (AP)
AP - In the original 1977 film "Star Wars," a brash young boy named Luke Skywalker parts with his prized speeder to pay for a ride on a spaceship named the Millennium Falcon. Almost three decades later, fans parted with $500 to attend a premiere of "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith."

'Star Wars' Trivia Questions, Answers (AP)
AP - We've traveled from the deserts of Tatooine to the forests of Endor to find the most impossibly difficult "Star Wars" trivia questions. May the Force be with you (answers at bottom):

Woody Allen Goes British in 'Match Point' (AP)
AP - Woody Allen came to the Cannes Film Festival to confess. Turns out the quintessential Manhattan filmmaker is an Anglophile at heart.

Iraqi Film at Cannes for First Time (AP)
AP - For an Iraqi filmmaker on location in his homeland, one of the biggest hassles was getting hold of a key prop: a statue of Saddam Hussein.

Actor Tucker Pleads Guilty to Speeding (AP)
AP - Actor Chris Tucker has pleaded guilty to speeding and eluding police during a brief chase last month after which the comedian told authorities he didn't hear their sirens because he was on his way to church.

Vartan Comfortable Being in Lopez Shadow (AP)
AP - Michael Vartan doesn't mind playing second banana to either of Ben Affleck's Jennifers.

Paleontologist Helped Film With Delay (AP)
AP - A paleontologist who consulted on the "Jurassic Park" movies acknowledged that he delayed the announcement of a dinosaur find in Montana at the studio's request to help promote one of the film sequels four years ago.

Carpenter returns to directing with 'Apostle' (Reuters)
Reuters - John Carpenter is returning to the director's seat with the indie thriller "The 13th Apostle," his first feature since 2001's "Ghosts of Mars."

Chaplin kin plays 'Godiva' (Reuters)
Reuters - Kiera Chaplin, Belfast-born granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin and great-granddaughter of playwright Eugene O'Neill, will ride a horse around Cannesto promote her starring role in the indie comedy "Lady Godiva: Back in the Saddle."

Eminem Signs 8 Mile Road Bricks for Charity (AP)
AP - Eminem, who grew up on both sides of 8 Mile Road, is helping revitalize the highway he made famous in a hit song and film.

Defense Tries to Cast Jackson As Victim (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's lawyers sought to get an unindicted alleged co-conspirator to the witness stand using a government grant of immunity, saying prosecutors decided not to call him because his statements didn't support their allegations in the child molestation case.

Britney Hit with Lawsuit (E! Online)
E! Online - Britney Spears has been hit with a lawsuit, one more time.

Met Opera Honors Freni With Gala Concert (AP)
AP - Mirella Freni remembers the afternoon Charlie Chaplin left her silent. It was after a matinee performance of Puccini's "La Boheme" at La Scala in Milan, early in her career, and the silent film star was in the audience.

John Attends 'Billy Elliot' Opening Night (AP)
AP - An "ecstatic" Elton John joined a host of British celebrities Thursday for the opening night of fleet-footed musical "Billy Elliot."

Willie Nelson readies reggae riddims (Reuters)
Reuters - Nearly a decade after hatching the idea for a country album that infuses reggae, Willie Nelson's "Countryman" will finally get released on Aug. 2.

Gwen holds off Ciara, Mariah on singles chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Gwen Stefani held onto the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart crown for a third week Thursday with "Hollaback Girl" despite a strong contender in Ciara's "Oh" featuring Ludacris, which rose one place to No. 2.

Country Singer Clark Engaged to Manager (AP)
AP - Terri Clark and Greg Kaczor, her longtime friend and tour manager, are engaged. They plan to be married this fall.

Eminem Signs 8 Mile Road Bricks for Charity (AP)
AP - Eminem, who grew up on both sides of 8 Mile Road, is helping revitalize the highway he made famous in a hit song and film.

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

Report: Gates Says IPod Success Won't Last (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates says Apple Computer Corp. shouldn't get comfortable atop the portable music playing world.

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