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Actress Anne Bancroft Dies at Age 73 (AP)
AP - Despite a long list of memorable film and stage roles, Anne Bancroft was best remembered for her role as Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate." It was a part she almost didn't take.

Jackson Fans Face End of Quirky Reunion (AP)
AP - They come from down the road and overseas. They dance to Michael Jackson's songs, write their own lyrics proclaiming his innocence, date each other, even lose their jobs for the cause. A verdict in the Jackson case will end not only the circus-like trial but also the noisy and colorful gatherings of fans who stand outside court to shout their support for the pop star.

Tyson Beckford Injured in Truck Accident (AP)
AP - Model Tyson Beckford, known for his ads for Ralph Lauren Polo, was injured after his truck crashed into a utility pole and burst into flames.

Actor Rick Schroder to Sell Colo. Ranch (AP)
AP - Actor Rick Schroder has put his western Colorado ranch on the market for $29 million in part because of a legal squabble with a neighbor.

Michael Moore Organizes Film Festival (AP)
AP - Director Michael Moore is bringing a film festival to this tourist town in his native Michigan that will feature free outdoor showings of classic movies on an inflatable screen.

Actress Anne Bancroft Dies at Age 73 (AP)
AP - Despite a long list of memorable film and stage roles, Anne Bancroft was best remembered for her role as Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate." It was a part she almost didn't take.

Jackson Jury Deliberates for Second Day (AP)
AP - The scene outside the courthouse was calmer than it had been a day earlier as jurors deliberated for a second full day in Michael Jackson's child molestation case.

Atari Inc. President and CEO Steps Down (AP)
AP - Video-game maker Atari Inc. on Tuesday said President and Chief Executive James Caparro resigned, and the board appointed Chairman and Chief Creative Officer Bruno Bonnell to take his place on a temporary basis.

Atari Inc. President and CEO Steps Down (AP)
AP - Video-game maker Atari Inc. on Tuesday said President and Chief Executive James Caparro resigned, and the board appointed Chairman and Chief Creative Officer Bruno Bonnell to take his place on a temporary basis.

Theater review: The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (Reuters)
Reuters - Written, directed and choreographed by the talented James J. Mellon and with music and lyrics by Scott DeTurk and Bill Francoeur, the musical version of "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" (a world premiere at the NoHo Arts Center) is warm, gentle, moving and simply old-fashioned in the best sense of the word. And the first-rate cast is headed by a couple of outstanding performances by James Barbour and Lynne Wintersteller as Capt. Daniel Gregg and widow Lucy Muir.

Actress Anne Bancroft Dies at Age 73 (AP)
AP - Despite a long list of memorable film and stage roles, Anne Bancroft was best remembered for her role as Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate." It was a part she almost didn't take.

Faison climbs family tree for indie 'Homie' (Reuters)
Reuters - Donald Faison, one of the stars of NBC's "Scrubs," is joining Jamie-Lynn DiScala, Joey Fatone and Whoopi Goldberg in the indie comedy "Homie Spumoni."

Lin revs up for second 'Fast and Furious' sequel (Reuters)
Reuters - Indie director Justin Lin has jumped in the driver's seat for the third film in the "Fast and the Furious" franchise.

Comic Connolly lurches into 'Fido' comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Scottish comedian Billy Connolly is set to star in "Fido," a horror comedy that begins shooting Wednesday in Canada.

'M:I-3' finally set to shoot next month (Reuters)
Reuters - After several delays, "Mission: Impossible 3" will start shooting in Italy on July 18, a date when the Tom Cruise thriller should already have been in theaters.

Anne Bancroft dies in New York (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar and Tony Award winner Anne Bancroft, the husky-voiced actress immortalized as Helen Keller's teacher in "The Miracle Worker" and the seductive Mrs. Robinson in the iconic 1967 film "The Graduate," has died, her family said on Tuesday.

Celebrity love gives Hollywood a headache (Reuters)
Reuters - Call it Hollywood's summer of tough love.

Anne Bancroft's Film Work (AP)
AP - A selection of films in which Anne Bancroft appeared:

Michael Moore Organizes Film Festival (AP)
AP - Director Michael Moore is bringing a film festival to this tourist town in his native Michigan that will feature free outdoor showings of classic movies on an inflatable screen.

Kidman Doesn't Judge Cruise's Relationship (AP)
AP - Nicole Kidman, star of the upcoming movie "Bewitched," is carefully not casting judgment on ex-husband Tom Cruise's relationship with Katie Holmes.

Duran Duran itching to hit the studio (Reuters)
Reuters - Veteran British rock act Duran Duran will begin work this summer on a follow-up to its 2004 comeback album "Astronaut," keyboardist Nick Rhodes says.

Grammys set for Feb. 8 in Los Angeles (Reuters)
Reuters - The 48th annual Grammy Awards will take place for the third consecutive year at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Feb. 8, organizers said on Wednesday

Previously unknown Bach aria discovered in Germany (Reuters)
Reuters - A previously unknown aria by German composer Johann Sebastian Bach has been discovered in the eastern town of Weimar, a researcher said on Wednesday.

Jackson Jury Deliberates for Second Day (AP)
AP - The scene outside the courthouse was calmer than it had been a day earlier as jurors deliberated for a second full day in Michael Jackson's child molestation case.

Jackson jury due for third day of deliberations (Reuters)
Reuters - The jury in Michael Jackson's sex-abuse trial was expected back for a third day of deliberations on Wednesday, working behind closed doors in a courthouse surrounded by a sea of impatient, sun-blasted reporters and fans.

Rhino boxes up '90s favorites in 'Whatever' (Reuters)
Reuters - Following a template that has generated several prior collections, Rhino is compiling a grandiose box set surveying a decade less than six years in the rearview mirror.

Osbourne defends Wicked Wisdom's Ozzfest slot (Reuters)
Reuters - Since the news broke in mid-May that Wicked Wisdom, the group fronted by actress Jada Pinkett Smith, would play at this year's Ozzfest, little has been heard about the act or how it landed such a coveted gig on the hard-rock roadshow.

AC/DC's 'Back In Black' tips 21 million mark (Reuters)
Reuters - AC/DC's 1980 breakthrough "Back in Black" has been certified for U.S. shipments of 21 million copies, tying it for fifth place with Billy Joel's "Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & II" on the Recording Industry Assn. of America's all-time best-sellers list.

Michael Jackson's share of Beatles catalog in doubt (Reuters)
Reuters - As jurors weigh Michael Jackson's guilt in his child molestation trial, music industry executives and bankers have been weighing a separate, but related question: Will Jackson have to sell his $500 million stake in the Beatles' music catalog?

Bono Doubles As Lobbyist for World's Poor (AP)
AP - It was a long day's work for Bono, lead singer for the rock band U2 and dedicated lobbyist for the world's poor and AIDS-stricken.

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