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Judge Issues Warrant for Bobby Brown (AP)
AP - A family court judge issued an arrest warrant Wednesday for singer Bobby Brown after he failed to appear for a child support hearing.

Turner: CNN Focuses Too Much on Perverts (AP)
AP - CNN should cover international news and the environment, not the "pervert of the day," network founder Ted Turner said Wednesday as the first 24-hour news network turned 25.

Jurors Get Instructions in Jackson Case (AP)
AP - Jurors in the Michael Jackson trial were given the instructions Wednesday that will govern their deliberations into whether the pop star molested a teenage boy.

Soldiers Tell War Stories in Rap Album (AP)
AP - As Staff Sgt. Terrance Staves dodged bullets recovering a burned-out Humvee in Baghdad's Sadr City, he heard a rocket-powered grenade zooming toward him. All he could do was hold his breath, he recalled, when it crashed into the armored Bradley vehicle sitting just feet in front of him.

Lindsay Lohan Uninjured in Car Crash (AP)
AP - Lindsay Lohan wasn't injured after her car was hit by a photographer who allegedly was following the "Mean Girls" actress.

Studios speed up DVD release dates amid slowdown (Reuters)
Reuters - Driven in part by concerns about a potentially slow DVD summer, the studios are ratcheting up release schedules for August and September, in some cases pushing out titles significantly earlier than under normal patterns.

Final arguments to begin in Michael Jackson trial (Reuters)
Reuters - Closing arguments are set to begin Thursday in the Michael Jackson sex abuse trial, the final showdown between prosecutors and defense lawyers in a bitter, four-month court fight that could end in prison for one of the world's best-known entertainers.

'Oprah' rules all syndicated shows (Reuters)
Reuters - "The Oprah Winfrey Show" has squeezed past "Wheel of Fortune" in the weekly ratings to become the top syndicated program for the first time since summer 1992.

DreamWorks to Distribute New Allen Movie (AP)
AP - Woody Allen is on foreign turf with his latest movie, but he'll be in familiar hands when it hits theaters.

Richard Easton Headlines "Cold Fusion" Drama 'Restoring the Sun' in Wilmington (Playbill)
Playbill - Contemporary Stage Company's second summer season in Wilmington, Delaware, begins June 1 with the East Coast premiere of Joe Sutton's Restoring the Sun starring Richard Easton.

Studios speed up DVD release dates amid slowdown (Reuters)
Reuters - Driven in part by concerns about a potentially slow DVD summer, the studios are ratcheting up release schedules for August and September, in some cases pushing out titles significantly earlier than under normal patterns.

DreamWorks to Distribute New Allen Movie (AP)
AP - Woody Allen is on foreign turf with his latest movie, but he'll be in familiar hands when it hits theaters.

"Rambo" Back on Duty (E! Online)
E! Online - Rambo is coming out of hiding and looking for some fresh blood.

Lindsay Lohan Uninjured in Car Crash (AP)
AP - Lindsay Lohan wasn't injured after her car was hit by a photographer who allegedly was following the "Mean Girls" actress.

'Deep Throat' Film Lent Its Name to Source (AP)
AP - Before it became the moniker of journalism's most famous anonymous source, "Deep Throat" was the first hard-core pornographic experience for mainstream moviegoers.

'Sisterhood' Stars Speak Out at Premiere (AP)
AP - The sisters were on the offensive, and perhaps with good reason. In a town where even modestly budgeted women's films are deemed risky business, their light, literate and relatively little film, "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants," is widely considered The Big Chick Flick of the summer movie season.

Kevin Spacey to Appear in Reality Show (AP)
AP - Kevin Spacey has played Bobby Darin and one of "The Usual Suspects." Now the actor-director will take on the role of mentor to showbiz interns in "Going Hollywood," a new eight-part TLC reality series.

FX house rebuilt Venice for 'Dogtown' (Reuters)
Reuters - When Gray Marshall was hired as visual effects supervisor on Catherine Hardwicke's upcoming "Lords of Dogtown" more than a year ago, he thought the bulk of the work would entail face replacements on the movie's stuntmen who double as real-life skateboarders.

DreamWorks nets Wooody Allen's 'Match Point' (Reuters)
Reuters - Woody Allen has found a home for his dark relationship thriller "Match Point," which was among the best-reviewed offerings at the recent Cannes Film Festival.

'Sith' no lift for spring's sagging box office (Reuters)
Reuters - There was little bounce in this spring's box office.

Final arguments to begin in Michael Jackson trial (Reuters)
Reuters - Closing arguments are set to begin Thursday in the Michael Jackson sex abuse trial, the final showdown between prosecutors and defense lawyers in a bitter, four-month court fight that could end in prison for one of the world's best-known entertainers.

Publisher sues Warner Music over Waits tunes (Reuters)
Reuters - Third Story Music, a Los Angeles-based music publishing firm and the successor to the production company that managed singer-songwriter Tom Waits early in his career, has filed a federal suit against Warner Music Group, alleging that Waits has been shortchanged on the sale of digital downloads.

Rod Stewart Still Virile (E! Online)
E! Online - Rod Stewart's taking his whole "Forever Young" thing a little too seriously.

Idol Carrie Inks Record Deal (E! Online)
E! Online - Carrie Underwood is making her Idol status official.

Fiddy vs. "Original 50 Cent" (E! Online)
E! Online - 50 Cent is taking aim at some DVD producers for allegedly failing to keep a promise not to cash in on the rapper's name.

Music labels open their vaults to remixing DJs (Reuters)
Reuters - If the music industry can't beat the desktop DJs who are slicing and dicing songs into new hybrid forms, they might as well join them.

Audioslave Exiles All Comers (E! Online)
E! Online - Like the Audioslave album title says, rock music is finally out of exile.

Jurors Get Instructions in Jackson Case (AP)
AP - Jurors in the Michael Jackson trial were given the instructions Wednesday that will govern their deliberations into whether the pop star molested a teenage boy.

Rapper 50 Cent Sues Over Interview Footage (AP)
AP - 50 Cent has sued three video production companies, alleging they used footage from an interview without honoring an agreement to make a charitable donation.

Soldiers Tell War Stories in Rap Album (AP)
AP - As Staff Sgt. Terrance Staves dodged bullets recovering a burned-out Humvee in Baghdad's Sadr City, he heard a rocket-powered grenade zooming toward him. All he could do was hold his breath, he recalled, when it crashed into the armored Bradley vehicle sitting just feet in front of him.

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