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Crowe Apologizes for Throwing Telephone (AP)
AP - A chagrined Russell Crowe apologized Wednesday for throwing a telephone at a hotel concierge this week, saying he reacted poorly to being a lonely family man away from home.

Pit, Jolie Visit Mexico for Film Premiere (AP)
AP - Wearing wide-grins and gushing praise for one another — but ducking questions about a possible relationship — "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" co-stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie briefly visited Mexico's capital Wednesday night for the premiere of their film.

Jackson Lawyer Says Gag Order Not Violated (AP)
AP - A controversy over the gag order in the Michael Jackson case arose Wednesday when the singer's attorney issued a statement saying he had not authorized anyone to hold news conferences on the pop star's behalf.

Culkin Pleads Guilty to Drug Charges (AP)
AP - Former child star Macaulay Culkin pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor charges of possession of medication without a prescription and marijuana and was given a deferred sentence.

Comedy Central and Dave Chappelle Meet (AP)
AP - Comic Dave Chappelle has met with executives at Comedy Central for the first time since his unscheduled "spiritual retreat" in South Africa forced the suspension of the third season of his show.

Pit, Jolie Visit Mexico for Film Premiere (AP)
AP - Wearing wide-grins and gushing praise for one another — but ducking questions about a possible relationship — "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" co-stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie briefly visited Mexico's capital Wednesday night for the premiere of their film.

Jackson Lawyer Says Gag Order Not Violated (AP)
AP - A controversy over the gag order in the Michael Jackson case arose Wednesday when the singer's attorney issued a statement saying he had not authorized anyone to hold news conferences on the pop star's behalf.

Crowe Apologizes for Throwing Telephone (AP)
AP - A chagrined Russell Crowe apologized Wednesday for throwing a telephone at a hotel concierge this week, saying he reacted poorly to being a lonely family man away from home.

FTC OKs Harrah's Acquisition of Caesars (AP)
AP - The Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday gave Harrah's Entertainment Inc. permission for its $5.2 billion acquisition of Caesars Entertainment Inc., the companies said.

Actress Anne Bancroft Dead at 73; Tony-Winner Was Helen Keller's Hope in 'Miracle Worker' (Playbill)
Playbill - Tony Award-winning actress Anne Bancroft, who played tough, warm and funny roles throughout a respected stage and screen career, died June 6 of uterine cancer at New York's Mt. Sinai Hospital, a spokesman for her husband, Mel Brooks, announced.

Pit, Jolie Visit Mexico for Film Premiere (AP)
AP - Wearing wide-grins and gushing praise for one another — but ducking questions about a possible relationship — "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" co-stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie briefly visited Mexico's capital Wednesday night for the premiere of their film.

Moore Launches Film Fest (E! Online)
E! Online - The controversial Fahrenheit 9/11 filmmaker is launching an outdoor film festival in the tourist town of Traverse City in his native Michigan, July 28-31. But unlike his Sundance and Tribeca counterparts, Moore's down-home summer fest will feature free admission, an open-air theater and no red carpet.

"Pink Panther's" Stolen Summer (E! Online)
E! Online - The year's downward-trending box office will have to rebound without whatever bounce The Pink Panther might have provided.

Regal Settles Wheelchair Access Claim (AP)
AP - Regal Entertainment Group, the nation's largest movie theater chain, has agreed to alter nearly 1,000 stadium-style auditoriums so people in wheelchairs have better views, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.

Cruise, 'Mission Impossible 3' get go-ahead (Reuters)
Reuters - Paramount Pictures on Wednesday gave the go-ahead for shooting to start next month on "Mission: Impossible 3," ending weeks of speculation that budget jitters, and the off-screen behavior of star Tom Cruise, might derail the film.

Ay Caramba! "Simpsons" Movie Going (E! Online)
E! Online - Get ready to toast your Flaming Moes to some excellent news.

More Hollywood Remakes Cast Minorities (AP)
AP - When Jackie Gleason was growing up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn in the 1930s, many of his neighbors resembled his family, Irish and working-class. Today, the residents remain mostly working-class, but almost all are black.

Actress Anne Bancroft Dies at Age 73 (AP)
AP - Friends recalled Anne Bancroft as anything but ordinary Tuesday, a day after the actress died at age 73. She died of uterine cancer, according to John Barlow, a spokesman for her husband, producer Mel Brooks.

IAC Sells Vivendi Stake for $3.4 Billion (AP)
AP - Barry Diller's Internet conglomerate IAC/InterActiveCorp said Wednesday it is selling its stake in Vivendi Universal Entertainment for $3.4 billion, ridding the billionaire investor's company of a convoluted relationship as it gears up to enter the lucrative online search engine market.

Cruise's "Mission" Deemed Possible (E! Online)
E! Online - After rampant speculation that the long-awaited Mission: Impossible 3 might never come into being due to its swelling budget, Paramount Pictures head Brad Grey announced Tuesday that the studio and Cruise had reached an agreement that would allow the film to begin shooting in Italy next month.

Jackson Lawyer Says Gag Order Not Violated (AP)
AP - A controversy over the gag order in the Michael Jackson case arose Wednesday when the singer's attorney issued a statement saying he had not authorized anyone to hold news conferences on the pop star's behalf.

Jackson jurors due back for day 5 of deliberations (Reuters)
Reuters - Jurors in the Michael Jackson child molestation trial were expected back at a California courthouse on Thursday for a fifth day of deliberations amid reports that the pop star had returned to a local hospital late Wednesday.

Unknown J.S. Bach Composition Found (AP)
AP - A previously unknown work by Johann Sebastian Bach has been discovered in a crate of 18th-century birthday cards removed from a German library shortly before it was devastated by fire, researchers said Wednesday.

Blasko Showcases Singing in 'Underscore' (AP)
AP - The daughter of a Catholic missionary in remote Reunion Island, it wasn't long ago that Sarah Blasko's musical talent was woven into the context of a church choir, condemned to obscurity between her mother and an overeager, elderly soprano.

Velvet Revolver Cuts Short European Tour (AP)
AP - Rock supergroup Velvet Revolver abruptly cut short its overseas tour Tuesday, leaving many wondering if the band's future was in jeopardy.

Mariah Carried Back to No. 1 (E! Online)
E! Online - Now that she's been emancipated, there's no stopping Mimi.

Live 8 Adds Edinburgh Show (E! Online)
E! Online - Annie Lennox, Dido and Travis are among the artists signing on to headline a sixth Live 8 concert, this one in the Scottish city of Edinburgh, organizers announced Tuesday.

Culkin Pleads Guilty to Drug Charges (AP)
AP - Former child star Macaulay Culkin pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor charges of possession of medication without a prescription and marijuana and was given a deferred sentence.

Aretha Franklin Cancels Concert in N.C. (AP)
AP - Aretha Franklin, slated to go on stage this week in New Jersey, has canceled her concert in North Carolina, said representatives of the venue where she was to perform.

48th Grammys to Be Held in Los Angeles (AP)
AP - The Grammys will take place in Los Angeles for the third year in a row.

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