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Carrie Underwood Wins 'Idol' Contest (AP)
AP - Shortly after Carrie Underwood was named the new "American Idol," she was greeted by an enthusiastic and important fan: A top executive at the company that will put out her first recording.

Defense Rests in Michael Jackson Trial (AP)
AP - The defense rested Wednesday in the Michael Jackson child molestation trial without putting the pop star on the stand, wrapping up after a three-week effort to portray the accuser and his mother as shakedown artists.

Motley Crue Sues NBC After Being Banned (AP)
AP - Motley Crue has sued NBC for banning the group after lead singer Vince Neil used an expletive during a live broadcast of "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno."

Viewers Find Few Answers on 'Lost' Finale (AP)
AP - The "Lost" castaways managed to open the mysterious hatch. But after they blasted it open with dynamite, what did they find? Not so fast! Viewers will have to wait through a long, hot summer for that answer.

'Jeopardy!' Ace Loses in Three-Day Tourney (AP)
AP - Maybe Ken Jennings isn't so tough after all. The "Jeopardy!" brainiac met his match this week, losing a three-day tournament of champions from the game show and a $2 million prize to Brad Rutter of Lancaster, Pa.

Filmmaker Ismail Merchant Dead (E! Online)
E! Online - Ismail Merchant, the producer whose venerable partnership with director James Ivory led to such Oscar-winning costume dramas as A Room with a View, Howard's End and The Remains of the Day, died in a London hospital Wednesday. He was 68.

Defense Rests in Michael Jackson Trial (AP)
AP - Hollywood celebrities led a parade of 50 witnesses who testified in Michael Jackson's defense, but the real star of the trial — the singer himself — never took the stand.

Carrie Underwood Wins 'Idol' Contest (AP)
AP - Shortly after Carrie Underwood was named the new "American Idol," she was greeted by an enthusiastic and important fan: A top executive at the company that will put out her first recording.

Buyers: Few Rock-Solid Shows In Nets' Fall Lineups (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Though media buyers credited each of the broadcast networks—except NBC—for finding at least a few fall 2005 shows that will become solid performers, it wasn't until UPN showed off its Everybody Hates Chris comedy that they felt they had found a truly buzz-worthy show. In general, however, there's a feeling of sameness across all the networks' schedules that left buyers largely unimpressed.

Leo, Rothman and Sanders Get Into 'The Argument' as Off-Broadway Play Opens (Playbill)
Playbill - Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros' The Argument opens its world premiere Off-Broadway May 25 starring Melissa Leo, John Rothman and Jay O. Sanders.

Filmmaker Ismail Merchant Dead (E! Online)
E! Online - Ismail Merchant, the producer whose venerable partnership with director James Ivory led to such Oscar-winning costume dramas as A Room with a View, Howard's End and The Remains of the Day, died in a London hospital Wednesday. He was 68.

Wanted: Darth Vader (E! Online)
E! Online - And this time, Yoda, Obi-Wan and Luke are not doing the hunting.

Feds Shut Web Site in Piracy Crackdown (AP)
AP - Federal raiders. Internet pirates. Intergalactic screen adventures. The government announced a crackdown Wednesday on the theft of movies and other copyrighted materials that has the elements of a movie plot.

Filmmaker Ismail Merchant Dies at 68 (AP)
AP - Filmmaker Ismail Merchant, who with partner James Ivory became synonymous with classy costume drama in films such as "A Room With A View" and "Howards End," died Wednesday. He was 68.

U.S. shuts down network that leaked 'Star Wars' (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. law enforcers said on Wednesday that they have shut down a computer network that distributed illegal copies of "Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" before it appeared in movie theaters.

New Swedish law to ban downloading of films, music (Reuters)
Reuters - Sweden's parliament approved a law on Wednesday that bans the downloading of copyrighted material such as films and music from the Internet after being singled out for criticism by Hollywood.

Filmmaker Ismail Merchant dies in London (Reuters)
Reuters - Indian-born international filmmaker Ismail Merchant died suddenly Wednesday in a London hospital, a spokesman for his London office said.

Stiller, Rock become comic rivals in 'Madagascar' (Reuters)
Reuters - They are old friends who normally praise one another, but when Chris Rock and Ben Stiller don animal hides for their new animated movie "Madagascar," the gloves come off.

Review: 'The Longest Yard' (AP)
AP - It was easy to accept Burt Reynolds as cynical, disgraced former quarterback Paul Crewe in "The Longest Yard." He had the look, the swagger, the physical presence.

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.

Defense Rests in Michael Jackson Trial (AP)
AP - Hollywood celebrities led a parade of 50 witnesses who testified in Michael Jackson's defense, but the real star of the trial — the singer himself — never took the stand.

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Engaged (AP)
AP - Garth Brooks stole the show Wednesday night when he got down on one knee in front of 7,000 fans and proposed to fellow country music star Trisha Yearwood. She said yes — and the crowd went wild.

Carrie Underwood Wins 'Idol' Contest (AP)
AP - Shortly after Carrie Underwood was named the new "American Idol," she was greeted by an enthusiastic and important fan: A top executive at the company that will put out her first recording.

Diddy: I'm No Deadbeat (E! Online)
E! Online - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs has a message for the word: He's not a deadbeat dad.

Crue Cusses Out NBC in Court (E! Online)
E! Online - Some TiVo tips from Motley Crue: Record VH1 and ignore NBC.

Motley Crue Sues NBC After Being Banned (AP)
AP - Motley Crue has sued NBC for banning the group after lead singer Vince Neil used an expletive during a live broadcast of "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno."

Highlights of Jackson's Defense Case (AP)
AP - Highlights of Michael Jackson's defense case:

System "Mesmerizes" Charts (E! Online)
E! Online - The angry American couldn't compete with the angry Armenians.

System of a Down No. 1 on Album Charts (AP)
AP - Rock is enjoying a resurgence at the top of the album charts, thanks to some much-anticipated veteran acts. System of a Down debuted at No. 1 on latest Billboard album chart, according to sales figures released Wednesday. The band sold approximately 453,000 copies of "Mezmerize," their first album in three years.

System of a Down Downplays Politics (AP)
AP - System of a Down wants you to know they are not a political band. Yes, they came out against the war in Iraq. And yes, they hand-picked ultraliberal gadfly Michael Moore to direct their 2003 protest video, "Boom!" And yes, their latest single, the frenetic, guitar-crunching "B.Y.O.B.," contains angry rants like "Why don't presidents fight the war? Why do they always send the poor?"

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