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DeGeneres' Talk Show Wins Daytime Emmy (AP)
AP - Ellen DeGeneres' easygoing talk show swept the Daytime Emmy awards on Friday and "Jeopardy!" — with a boost from Ken Jennings' 74-game winning streak — was honored as best game show.

'Star Wars' Grosses $50M in Single Day (AP)
AP - The last of the "Star Wars" movies has done what no movie in history has ever accomplished — sold $50 million worth of tickets in a single day.

Michael Jackson Defense May Rest Next Week (AP)
AP - The defense in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial may rest early next week, a prosecutor told the court Friday. That would end the defense case in less than half the time the pop star's attorneys had initially said they would need.

Beach Boys Site Now a Calif. Landmark (AP)
AP - Hundreds of fans and three Beach Boys gathered Friday to unveil a state historical landmark at the site of the home of the legendary band's founding brothers — demolished in the mid-1980s to make way for a freeway.

Trump Developing 'Apprentice' Musical (AP)
AP - Move over Max Bialystock. Broadway's foremost wheeler-dealer in "The Producers" could be joined by another man enamored by big money. Producers Barry and Fran Weissler and Mark Burnett, with an assist from real-estate mogul Donald Trump, are developing a musical based on "The Apprentice," Trump's hit NBC television series.

'Star Wars' Grosses $50M in Single Day (AP)
AP - The last of the "Star Wars" movies has done what no movie in history has ever accomplished — sold $50 million worth of tickets in a single day.

Minogue breast cancer surgery successful - surgeon (Reuters)
Reuters - Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue has undergone successful surgery for early breast cancer at a Melbourne hospital and her spirits are high, her surgeon said on Saturday.

DeGeneres' Talk Show Wins Daytime Emmy (AP)
AP - Ellen DeGeneres' easygoing talk show swept the Daytime Emmy awards on Friday and "Jeopardy!" — with a boost from Ken Jennings' 74-game winning streak — was honored as best game show.

U.S. movie group warns China of piracy fallout (Reuters)
Reuters - The industry group representing the major Hollywood studios said on Saturday it has warned Beijing of an increasingly restless Congress and possible trade consequences if China does not do more to fight piracy.

Foglia's Tony Award-Nominated Staging of 'On Golden Pond' Will Tour (Playbill)
Playbill - Producer Jeffrey Finn announced that the two-time 2005 Tony Award-nominated revival production of On Golden Pond will be seen on a national tour beginning September 2006.

'Star Wars' Grosses $50M in Single Day (AP)
AP - The last of the "Star Wars" movies has done what no movie in history has ever accomplished — sold $50 million worth of tickets in a single day.

'Star Wars' grosses record $50 mln in first day (Reuters)
Reuters - The final chapter in the "Star Wars" movie saga grossed a record $50 million from its first 24 hours in North American theaters, the highest box office tally ever for a single day, 20th Century Fox said on Friday.

Films on Men Vie for Cannes Honors (AP)
AP - Men on missions — seeking truth, justice, respite from the past and children they never knew — led the charge for top honors as the Cannes Film Festival prepared to wrap up its 12-day run.

Empire Strikes Gold: "Sith" Sets Record (E! Online)
E! Online - Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith is poised to break a slew of box-office records in its first days at the megaplex.

Anthony Hopkins Receives UCLA Medal (AP)
AP - Anthony Hopkins, who won an Oscar for his role in "The Silence of the Lambs," will receive the UCLA Medal — the highest honor at the University of California, Los Angeles — during the School of Theater, Film and Television commencement on June 17, the university said Wednesday.

Film Pulled in Northern India (AP)
AP - A Hindi-language film was pulled from theaters in Northern India after Sikh religious leaders condemned it for denigrating their faith, the movie's producer said Friday.

Jones Seeks Justice in Film 'Burials' (AP)
AP - If you die in a far-off land and need a pal to haul your corpse home, Tommy Lee Jones is your man.

Tommy Lee Jones explores Tex-Mex border at Cannes (Reuters)
Reuters - Tommy Lee Jones explores often the brutal life along the U.S.-Mexican border, playing a Texas ranch foreman in a powerful film he also directs that made its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday.

Hollywood hard for Asians, says China's Zhang Ziyi (Reuters)
Reuters - Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, star of "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," is happy with a supporting role in Hollywood, where Asian performers like her will always struggle to compete.

'And the Palm Dog goes to...' (Reuters)
Reuters - Forget the Palme d'Or, at least for now.

Minogue breast cancer surgery successful - surgeon (Reuters)
Reuters - Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue has undergone successful surgery for early breast cancer at a Melbourne hospital and her spirits are high, her surgeon said on Saturday.

Beach Boys Site Now a Calif. Landmark (AP)
AP - Hundreds of fans and three Beach Boys gathered Friday to unveil a state historical landmark at the site of the home of the legendary band's founding brothers — demolished in the mid-1980s to make way for a freeway.

Unexpected Fall Out on U.S. pop charts (Reuters)
Reuters - Industry chart watchers found themselves asking, "Who is Fall Out Boy?" after the Chicago band's sophomore album, "From Under the Cork Tree," debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 earlier this month.

Country's Messina enjoys 'Surprise' comeback (Reuters)
Reuters - Country singer Jo Dee Messina is riding high on the charts after undergoing an extreme makeover that saw her enter rehab and fire most of her handlers.

OutKast's Big Boi ties a Purple Ribbon (Reuters)
Reuters - As if being half of tremendously successful duo OutKast were not enough, Big Boi is readying the first release on his Purple Ribbon Entertainment label.

'Cowboy' Jack is back in the saddle (Reuters)
Reuters - "Just because I wrote it doesn't mean I have to remember the words."

Latin star Shakira embarks on worldwide blitz (Reuters)
Reuters - Leave it to Shakira to defy all the rules.

Michael Jackson Defense May Rest Next Week (AP)
AP - The defense in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial may rest early next week, a prosecutor told the court Friday. That would end the defense case in less than half the time the pop star's attorneys had initially said they would need.

Renee Fleming Finally Records Jazz CD (AP)
AP - With a microphone in her hand, Renee Fleming turned to the audience. "When I go back to the Met next year, I'm requesting one of these," she said. "Then, I can croon my way through `Manon.'"

Sax man Harrison records gigs with heroes (Reuters)
Reuters - A musician's greatest thrill is to play with his heroes. In alto saxophonist Donald Harrison's case, that means his trio with bassist Ron Carter and drummer Billy Cobham, alums of Miles Davis bands and jazz elder statesmen who have carved out important solo careers.

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