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Fans Take Action Over 'Joan' Cancellation (AP)
AP - Even God is vulnerable to low television ratings. CBS' decision this month to cancel the drama "Joan of Arcadia" after two seasons has baffled and angered its fans. Many are peppering CBS and anyone who will listen with e-mails trying to find some way to keep the series alive.

Tape Gives Jurors Image of Jackson Accuser (AP)
AP - Investigators' first look at the boy who accused Michael Jackson of molesting him is also the last one jurors will be left with as they decide whether he is credible enough to convict the pop star.

Philadelphia to Host Another Live Aid (AP)
AP - Two decades after the original Live Aid, when rock stars descended on Philadelphia and London to raise money for Ethiopian famine relief, singer-activist Bob Geldof is planning another star-studded, humanitarian event.

Lauper Suing Apartment Owner Over Rent (AP)
AP - Cyndi Lauper may be a pop-star who's sold millions of albums, but that doesn't mean she wants to pay much more than $500 for her apartment on Manhattan's Upper West Side.

Artist Uneasy About Vuitton Knockoffs (AP)
AP - They say imitation is a form of flattery, but the artist who's been called Japan's "Andy Warhol" isn't convinced.

Tape Gives Jackson Jurors Memorable Image (AP)
AP - Investigators' first look at the boy who accused Michael Jackson of molesting him is also the last one juries will be left with as they decide whether he is credible enough to convict the pop star.

Killers crafting their own 'Thriller' (Reuters)
Reuters - Living up to their moniker, the Killers are moving forward with plans to produce a 25-minute movie based around a murder trilogy.

Fans Take Action Over 'Joan' Cancellation (AP)
AP - Even God is vulnerable to low television ratings. CBS' decision this month to cancel the drama "Joan of Arcadia" after two seasons has baffled and angered its fans. Many are peppering CBS and anyone who will listen with e-mails trying to find some way to keep the series alive.

Sony Ordered to Pay Over Meat Loaf Albums (AP)
AP - Sony Music was ordered to pay $5 million for not putting a Cleveland record company's logo on Meat Loaf's "Bat Out of Hell" album.

Tom Hewitt Will Be 'Doctor Dolittle' in Musical's National Tour; Anderson, Yazbeck, Dixon "Talk to the Animals," Too (Playbill)
Playbill - Pittsburgh CLO announced that its national touring production of the musical Doctor Dolittle, making its American premiere this summer in Pittsburgh, will star Tom Hewitt, late of Broadway's Dracula, as the good doctor who talks to animals.

Tape Gives Jackson Jurors Memorable Image (AP)
AP - Investigators' first look at the boy who accused Michael Jackson of molesting him is also the last one juries will be left with as they decide whether he is credible enough to convict the pop star.

Adams Sells Off Parts of Directorial Debut (AP)
AP - Actress Joey Lauren Adams is having a yard sale. Adams has finished filming her directorial debut, "Come Early Morning" starring Ashley Judd, and began selling pieces of the movie's set on Saturday in a North Little Rock hotel parking lot.

Oliver Stone Arrested on Drug Suspicion (AP)
AP - Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone was arrested on suspicion of drug possession and driving while intoxicated, police said Saturday.

Producer Merchant Buried in Native Bombay (AP)
AP - Ismail Merchant, the Indian-born Hollywood producer who mastered the period-piece genre in a 44-year filmmaking partnership with James Ivory, was buried Saturday in the town of his birth.

Filmmaker Stone arrested on drug, alcohol charges (Reuters)
Reuters - Academy Award-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone was arrested on drunken driving and drug charges at a police checkpoint in Beverly Hills, California, authorities said on Saturday.

'Breakfast Club' Crew to Reunite on MTV (AP)
AP - Don't you forget about "The Breakfast Club." At the 2005 MTV Movie Awards, to air June 9, the network plans to reunite the cast of the classic '80s movie, the cable channel said Friday.

'Green Acres' Star Eddie Albert Dies at 99 (AP)
AP - Eddie Albert was a versatile actor who moved smoothly from the Broadway stage to movies, but he found stardom as the constantly befuddled city slicker-turned-farmer in television's "Green Acres."

Lindsay Lohan's Father Gets Up to 4 Years (AP)
AP - Teenage actress Lindsay Lohan's father was sentenced Friday to up to four years in prison on guilty pleas to a variety of crimes, including driving while impaired and attempted assault, a prosecutor said.

"Sith" Hits $200 Million (E! Online)
E! Online - Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith continues its attack on the box office, hitting the $200 million mark in North America on Thursday night.

Superfans Face Life After 'Star Wars' (AP)
AP - Now that any die-hard "Star Wars" fan worth his lightsaber has seen "Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" at least once, what's a Jedi to do?

Killers crafting their own 'Thriller' (Reuters)
Reuters - Living up to their moniker, the Killers are moving forward with plans to produce a 25-minute movie based around a murder trilogy.

Chesney ropes in first network TV special (Reuters)
Reuters - Kenny Chesney, who was named entertainer of the year at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas earlier this month, will appear in his first network TV special, "Kenny Chesney: Somewhere in the Sun," which will air Nov. 23 on ABC, the day before Thanksgiving.

Sony BMG tests technology to limit CD burning (Reuters)
Reuters - As part of its mounting U.S. rollout of content-enhanced and copy-protected CDs, Sony BMG Music Entertainment is testing technology solutions that bar consumers from making additional copies of burned CD-R discs.

Organizers pull plug on Zooma tour (Reuters)
Reuters - The inaugural Zooma jam-band tour, which was to be headlined by Trey Anastasio and Ben Harper, has been canceled.

Soprano Fleming has change of 'Heart' (Reuters)
Reuters - Talk about an atypical "crossover" record: a portion of Berg's opera Wozzeck snuggled on the same track next to Lionel Hampton's "The Midnight Sun." Mahler's song "Liebst du um Schonheit" a few tracks away from Joni Mitchell's "River." Villa-Lobos' "Cancao do Amor" paired with Stephen Foster's "Hard Times Come Again No More."

Tape Gives Jurors Image of Jackson Accuser (AP)
AP - Investigators' first look at the boy who accused Michael Jackson of molesting him is also the last one jurors will be left with as they decide whether he is credible enough to convict the pop star.

Philadelphia to Host Another Live Aid (AP)
AP - Two decades after the original Live Aid, when rock stars descended on Philadelphia and London to raise money for Ethiopian famine relief, singer-activist Bob Geldof is planning another star-studded, humanitarian event.

Phone Ring Tone Set to Top U.K. Charts (AP)
AP - A cell-phone ring tone appeared set to top the British singles chart Sunday, outselling the new single by the band Coldplay by nearly four to one, a music retailer said.

Nine Inch Nails, MTV at Odds on Bush Photo (AP)
AP - Nine Inch Nails dropped out of the MTV Movie Awards after clashing with the network over an image of President Bush the band planned as a performance backdrop.

Sony Ordered to Pay Over Meat Loaf Albums (AP)
AP - Sony Music was ordered to pay $5 million for not putting a Cleveland record company's logo on Meat Loaf's "Bat Out of Hell" album.

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