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Long Wait Ends for 'Star Wars' Fans (AP)
AP - As Wednesday night gave way to the Thursday morning arrival of the latest "Star Wars" film, the Force swept across the United States with the speed and precision of a Jedi light saber.

Vonzell Solomon Exits 'American Idol' (AP)
AP - And then there were two. Vonzell Solomon, a 20-year-old singer from Fort Myers, Fla., who became known affectionately as "Baby V," was knocked off Fox's "American Idol" Wednesday night.

'The Riddler' Frank Gorshin Dies at 72 (AP)
AP - Frank Gorshin, the impressionist with 100 faces best known for his Emmy-nominated role as the Riddler on the "Batman" TV series, has died. He was 72.

Jackson Cousin Speaks at Singer's Trial (AP)
AP - A 12-year-old cousin of Michael Jackson testified Wednesday that he saw the pop star's young accuser steal wine and money and secretly watch pornography on television while masturbating.

Cosby Gives N.C. College $600,000 Gift (AP)
AP - Comedian Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille, have made a $600,000 gift to Bennett College for Women, giving the historically black school a bit of good news after weeks of turmoil.

Long Wait Ends for 'Star Wars' Fans (AP)
AP - As Wednesday night gave way to the Thursday morning arrival of the latest "Star Wars" film, the Force swept across the United States with the speed and precision of a Jedi light saber.

Minogue to have breast cancer surgery this week (Reuters)
Reuters - Pop diva Kylie Minogue is undergoing medical tests in the Australian city of Melbourne in preparation for breast cancer surgery later this week, her management said in a statement on Thursday.

CBS cancels '60 Minutes Wednesday' (Reuters)
Reuters - After months of speculation and one of the hardest years of any show in TV journalism, "60 Minutes Wednesday" has been canceled by CBS.

Blockbuster tests higher DVD rental fee (Reuters)
Reuters - Blockbuster Inc. said on Wednesday it has begun advertising a test fee of $17.99 for unlimited monthly DVD rentals, potentially reversing an earlier attempt to undercut rival Netflix Inc. on price.

'Little Women' Will Be Silenced (Playbill)
Playbill - Producers told the cast of Little Women the Musical May 17 that the production at Broadway's Virginia Theatre would close May 22 after 55 previews and 137 performances.

Long Wait Ends for 'Star Wars' Fans (AP)
AP - As Wednesday night gave way to the Thursday morning arrival of the latest "Star Wars" film, the Force swept across the United States with the speed and precision of a Jedi light saber.

Advance 'Star Wars' tickets sold at record rates (Reuters)
Reuters - Movie fans dressed as Jedi Knights, wookies and droids lined up for hours on Wednesday for sold-out midnight showings of the final "Star Wars" movie, as record advance ticket sales promised one of the biggest film openings of all time.

Dennis Hopper discovers 'America' (Reuters)
Reuters - Dennis Hopper has signed to star in "America," Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski's adaptation of Susan Sontag's 2001 novel "In America."

'The Riddler' Frank Gorshin Dies at 72 (AP)
AP - Frank Gorshin, the impressionist with 100 faces best known for his Emmy-nominated role as the Riddler on the "Batman" TV series, has died. He was 72.

'Super Size Me' director sued over film's profits (Reuters)
Reuters - A company that gave office space to "Super Size Me" director Morgan Spurlock in return for a share in the company that made the hit film about eating fast food is suing him for $40 million.

'Exorcist' Prequel Finally Sees Daylight (AP)
AP - When your movie is shelved and you're fired, even the people closest to you assume your film was wretched. So Paul Schrader just wanted it seen.

Review: 'Tell Them Who You Are' Poignant (AP)
AP - For more than four decades, cinematographer Haskell Wexler has trained his camera with striking realism on such diverse films as "Coming Home," "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "In the Heat of the Night" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" — the last of which earned him one of his two Academy Awards.

'Star Wars' licensed to make killing (Reuters)
Reuters - When the first "Star Wars" movie opened on May 25, 1977, the movie licensing industry barely existed, there weren't any tied-in toys on store shelves and there was no forewarning that the film's unprecedented box office bonanza would translate into frenzied demand for licensed products.

Molina to be 'Moon' man on WWII indie (Reuters)
Reuters - Alfred Molina ("Spider-Man 2") will join Catherine McCormack and Jonathan Pryce in "The Moon and the Stars," a romantic drama set in Italy on the eve of World War II.

Hollywood hoping 'Sith' a force to be reckoned with (Reuters)
Reuters - As the dark side lures Anakin Skywalker, so too are industry insiders counting on the appeal of the final "Star Wars" movie to attract lethargic moviegoers to the theaters this weekend.

Minogue to have breast cancer surgery this week (Reuters)
Reuters - Pop diva Kylie Minogue is undergoing medical tests in the Australian city of Melbourne in preparation for breast cancer surgery later this week, her management said in a statement on Thursday.

Jackson Cousin Speaks at Singer's Trial (AP)
AP - A 12-year-old cousin of Michael Jackson testified Wednesday that he saw the pop star's young accuser steal wine and money and secretly watch pornography on television while masturbating.

Sizzla avoids jail for Jamaican cursing conviction (Reuters)
Reuters - Reggae star Sizzla won a court appeal of his profanity sentence in Jamaica on Wednesday and will pay a small fine instead of going to jail for using foul language at a performance.

Songwriters Honor Simon at BMI Event (AP)
AP - Dozens of songwriters gathered Tuesday night to celebrate the BMI Pop Music Awards honoring Paul Simon and others. But some couldn't place the name of the organization that keeps tabs on their royalties.

Dave Matthews Band Tops Album Sales Charts (AP)
AP - The Dave Matthews Band had a standup week on the charts — their album "Stand Up" sold 465,000 copies in its first week to debut at No. 1.

Kylie Minogue Site Overloaded (AP)
AP - Kylie Minogue's Web site was operating on "a reduced service" Wednesday because of the large number of visitors checking for updates since the singer revealed she has breast cancer.

Chesney Proposal No 'Bent Knee' Affair (AP)
AP - Kenny Chesney's proposal to Renee Zellweger apparently was no "candlelight dinner and bent knee" affair. In fact, Chesney says there was no proposal.

Coldplay Getting Ready for Summer Tour (AP)
AP - Coldplay is thawing out and getting ready for an upcoming album and a summer tour. The band performed at the Beacon Theater Tuesday, marking their first concert in Manhattan in three years.

Dave Matthews Band, Weezer lead U.S. pop charts (Reuters)
Reuters - Dave Matthews Band earned its fourth No. 1 on the U.S. pop albums chart Wednesday as "Stand Up" bowed way ahead of the competition with sales of 464,500 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

DMB Stands Up to Weezer (E! Online)
E! Online - The jam-rock kings beat out nerd-rock kings Weezer to land the number one spot on Billboard's Top 200 album chart for the week ended Sunday.

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