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Brad Pitt Says Media Focus Is 'Misguided' (AP)
AP - Brad Pitt is taking on poverty and AIDS in Africa — and the tabloids. In an hour-long ABC "Primetime Live" special set to air Tuesday night (10 p.m. ET), Pitt talks to Diane Sawyer about the humanitarian crisis in Africa.

Jackson Jury Ends 1st Day of Deliberations (AP)
AP - Jurors in the Michael Jackson child molestation trial completed their first full day of deliberations Monday without reaching a verdict.

Russell Crowe Charged for Throwing Phone (AP)
AP - Russell Crowe was arrested and charged Monday for allegedly throwing a telephone at an employee of the Manhattan hotel where he was staying.

Rapper Young Buck Ordered to Stand Trial (AP)
AP - A rapper accused of stabbing a man during a melee at last year's Vibe Awards must stand trial on an assault charge, a judge ruled Monday.

Jay-Z, Game Highlight Summer Jam Concert (AP)
AP - Jay-Z has long referred to himself as "Jay-Hova, the god MC." At Hot 97's annual Summer Jam concert, the semi-retired rapper and current Def Jam president lived up to his name by accomplishing what seemed impossible: He roused an indifferent audience to its feet.

'Toon Tale 'Madagascar' Tops Box Office (AP)
AP - The animated comedy "Madagascar" grabbed the top spot at the weekend box office, taking in $28.1 million. Adam Sandler's "The Longest Yard" ran a close second with $26.1 million. "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith," the No. 1 film the previous two weekends, slipped to third with $25.1 million.

Jackson jury to resume deliberations amid frenzy (Reuters)
Reuters - Jurors were set to resume deliberations for a second day on Tuesday in Michael Jackson's sex-abuse trial with a growing throng of fans and reporters keeping watch outside court.

Tony Awards hit new ratings low (Reuters)
Reuters - Even a Broadway smash like "Spamalot" couldn't reverse the falling rating fortunes of the Tony Awards.

RSS Feeds Becoming Hot Real Estate For Online Ads (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - As more people use Web-syndication technology to collect far-flung Web content in one place, Internet advertisers are beginning to capitalize on the phenomenon.

Pullman, Day, Sparks, White and Hagan to Star in LaBute's 'Autobahn' in Cape Cod (Playbill)
Playbill - Playwright Neil LaBute will workshop his collection of one-acts, Autobahn, at the Cape Cod Theatre Project this summer, and he'll have a sterling cast to work with.

Study: G-Rated Films More Profitable (AP)
AP - A study commissioned by a group that encourages the production of family friendly movies found that G-rated movies are more profitable than R-rated films, yet far more of the racier films get made.

'Toon Tale 'Madagascar' Tops Box Office (AP)
AP - The animated comedy "Madagascar" grabbed the top spot at the weekend box office, taking in $28.1 million. Adam Sandler's "The Longest Yard" ran a close second with $26.1 million. "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith," the No. 1 film the previous two weekends, slipped to third with $25.1 million.

"Madagascar" KOs "Man" (E! Online)
E! Online - Thanks to its cadre of cartoon critters, Madagascar proved to be lord of the box-office jungle this weekend.

Review: 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith' (AP)
AP - If Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have indeed transferred their on-screen romance off-screen and transformed into a singular entity known (at least on "Jimmy Kimmel Live") as Brangelina, who could blame them?

Tucker Likes 'Rush Hour' Outtakes (AP)
AP - If Chris Tucker has his way, the next "Rush Hour" movie will be filled with more Jackie Chan mishaps than ever.

Ringwald Mulls 'Sixteen Candles' Sequel (AP)
AP - Could it be time to put more candles on the cake? Molly Ringwald said she's in discussions to make a sequel to "Sixteen Candles," the 1984 movie about the obstacles and embarrassments a teen girl faces on her birthday.

Russell Crowe Charged for Throwing Phone (AP)
AP - Russell Crowe was arrested and charged Monday for allegedly throwing a telephone at an employee of the Manhattan hotel where he was staying.

Entertainment Quote From the AP (AP)
AP - "I was so shaken up, but I was still nice 'cause I was like, `I understand it's your job. But you don't have to ram into me next time. I'll give you a picture.'" — Lindsay Lohan, talking about her recent car crash with a photographer, via AP Radio.

Lohan Says She's an 'Easy Target' (AP)
AP - Lindsay Lohan wishes paparazzi would keep their distance, especially after police said a photographer intentionally crashed into her car.

MTV Jabs at Award Show Conventions (AP)
AP - Not even award shows are safe from ridicule at the MTV Movie Awards. The ceremony known for its lighthearted celebration and skewering of films and actors turned on itself, jabbing at everything from acceptance speech advocacy to booming TV announcers.

Jackson jury to resume deliberations amid frenzy (Reuters)
Reuters - Jurors were set to resume deliberations for a second day on Tuesday in Michael Jackson's sex-abuse trial with a growing throng of fans and reporters keeping watch outside court.

Rapper Young Buck Ordered to Stand Trial (AP)
AP - A rapper accused of stabbing a man during a melee at last year's Vibe Awards must stand trial on an assault charge, a judge ruled Monday.

Rush Guitarist Rocks the Ritz (E! Online)
E! Online - And for his next number, Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson is putting down the Ritz.

Apple Vows to Make Podcasting Easier (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs called podcasting "the hottest thing going in radio" on Monday and promised to make it easier for audiophiles to create and distribute the digital recordings.

Jackson Jury Ends 1st Day of Deliberations (AP)
AP - Jurors in the Michael Jackson child molestation trial completed their first full day of deliberations Monday without reaching a verdict.

Ford Extends Alliance With Sirius (AP)
AP - Ford Motor Co. said Monday it's extending through 2011 its exclusive contract with Sirius Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. to offer Sirius radios as factory-installed options in select models.

Kelly Osbourne Back in Rehab (E! Online)
E! Online - Papa, don't preach--Kelly Osbourne's in trouble deep and back in rehab.

Jay-Z, Game Highlight Summer Jam Concert (AP)
AP - Jay-Z has long referred to himself as "Jay-Hova, the god MC." At Hot 97's annual Summer Jam concert, the semi-retired rapper and current Def Jam president lived up to his name by accomplishing what seemed impossible: He roused an indifferent audience to its feet.

Jesse Jackson Says Michael's Not Bitter (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson does not feel bitter toward his accuser but does feel betrayed by those who testified against him, and believes he will be acquitted if the jury follows instructions concerning reasonable doubt, the Rev. Jesse Jackson said Monday.

Coldplay Inspires Both Love and Hate (AP)
AP - With some 20 million albums sold worldwide, it's clear Coldplay has its share of fans. What surprises singer Chris Martin is all the people who actively hate the band.

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