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`Desperate Housewives' Ends First Season (AP)
AP - Mary Alice Young's secrets — "secrets I had died to protect," she told viewers — were divulged on the season finale of "Desperate Housewives."

'Star Wars' Earns Record-Breaking $158.5M (AP)
AP - Moviegoers have turned out in full force for the final chapter of the "Star Wars" saga, which took in $158.5 million since its opening to shatter three-day and four-day box office records.

Comedians to Testify at Jackson Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's defense of child molestation charges may be nearing an quicker-than-expected end — and may have another brush with celebrity.

Cannes Had Something for All Film Fans (AP)
AP - There was Darth Vader, breathing heavily as he marched down the red carpet. Then came Sharon Stone, posing for the paparazzi again and again in a golden gown or feather boa.

'Doubt' and 'Spamalot' Win Drama Desk Nods (AP)
AP - "Doubt" by John Patrick Shanley was chosen best play of the New York theater season, and "Monty Python's Spamalot" was named best musical in awards given Sunday by the Drama Desk, an organization of theater journalists and critics.

Record-breaking 'Star Wars' a box office force (Reuters)
Reuters - Darth Vader went out with a bang at the weekend box office.

Comedians to Testify at Jackson Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's defense of child molestation charges may be nearing an quicker-than-expected end — and may have another brush with celebrity.

`Desperate Housewives' Ends First Season (AP)
AP - Mary Alice Young's secrets — "secrets I had died to protect," she told viewers — were divulged on the season finale of "Desperate Housewives."

'Star Wars' Earns $158.5M, Breaks Records (AP)
AP - Moviegoers turned out in full force for the final chapter of the "Star Wars" saga, which took in $158.5 million since its opening to shatter three-day and four-day box office records.

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.

Record-breaking 'Star Wars' a box office force (Reuters)
Reuters - Darth Vader went out with a bang at the weekend box office.

'Star Wars' Earns Record-Breaking $158.5M (AP)
AP - Moviegoers have turned out in full force for the final chapter of the "Star Wars" saga, which took in $158.5 million since its opening to shatter three-day and four-day box office records.

Cannes Had Something for All Film Fans (AP)
AP - There was Darth Vader, breathing heavily as he marched down the red carpet. Then came Sharon Stone, posing for the paparazzi again and again in a golden gown or feather boa.

Time Compiles List of 100 Greatest Films (AP)
AP - A list of the greatest films of all time without "North by Northwest?" No "Annie Hall," "Bicycle Thief" or "Apocalypse Now"? Take a deep breath and relax. This is supposed to be fun.

"Revenge" Is Sweet at Box Office (E! Online)
E! Online - Holy Sith! Darth did some damage at the box office this weekend.

African films scoop awards but audience elusive (Reuters)
Reuters - If Michael Mahomba wants to take his girlfriend to the movies he must spend an hour in a minibus taxi in this South African shanty town and a day's wages on tickets.

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.

Harvey Signs Off From L.A. Radio Show (AP)
AP - Comedian Steve Harvey has signed off for the final time after five years hosting a morning radio show that delivered one-liners, political commentary and hip-hop.

Beatty Won't Rule Out Run for Calif. Gov. (AP)
AP - Warren Beatty says he isn't ruling out running for governor of California, and thinks he could do a better job than Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Chinese Pirates Hawk Latest 'Star Wars' (AP)
AP - Counterfeiters were selling illegal DVD copies of the latest Star Wars movie on Beijing streets Sunday, just three days after the movie opened in Chinese cinemas.

Comedians to Testify at Jackson Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's defense of child molestation charges may be nearing an quicker-than-expected end — and may have another brush with celebrity.

Jackson Said to Defend Self on 'HIStory' (AP)
AP - A gag order bars Michael Jackson from speaking out about his legal troubles, and the defense has not said if he will testify during his molestation trial. But Jackson may have offered his best defense on an album released a decade ago.

Singer Neil Joins Winemaking Venture (AP)
AP - Motley Crue singer Vince Neil is getting into a new kind of spirit — he's joined a winemaking venture called Vince Vineyards.

Minogue recovering after breast cancer surgery (Reuters)
Reuters - Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue was recuperating on Sunday after successful breast cancer surgery, as fans wished her a speedy recovery.

Kylie Minogue Surgery Reported Successful (AP)
AP - Australian pop star Kylie Minogue had a cancerous lump successfully removed from her breast and doctors are confident they caught the disease early enough to prevent it spreading, a surgeon announced Saturday.

Greece wins Eurovision song contest in Ukraine (Reuters)
Reuters - Greece won the 50th Eurovision song contest Saturday, with Helena Paparizou's fast-moving "My Number One" beating 23 other competitors.

Greece's Helena Wins Eurovision Contest (AP)
AP - The Greek singer Helena won the Eurovision Song Contest on Sunday for her seductive performance of "My Number One," a mid-tempo tune peppered with Balkan influences.

Rapper Gucci Mane Facing Murder Charge (AP)
AP - Just days before the expected release of Gucci Mane's debut album, the rapper is in jail, facing a murder charge.

Ashanti Reveals 'CSI' Envy (AP)
AP - If the coroner on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" ever retires, Ashanti would probably love to replace him. Before becoming a singer, she wanted to study forensic science.

Carey, Nine Inch Nails Set for MTV Awards (AP)
AP - Mariah Carey will perform at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards, joining Eminem and Nine Inch Nails to complete the lineup.

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