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2,200 Journalists Await Jackson Verdict (AP)
AP - Jurors in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial have the weekend off from their deliberations.

Live 8 Hype Recalls Triumph of Live Aid (AP)
AP - Twenty years later, it is still considered one of the greatest rock 'n' roll concerts of all time. During Live Aid, top musicians played simultaneous shows in London and Philadelphia, fans watched on televisions around the world and millions of dollars were raised for famine victims in sub-Saharan Africa.

Babe Ruth Sale Contract Sells for $996K (AP)
AP - The "cursed" 1919 contract that shipped Babe Ruth from Boston to the Bronx sold at auction Friday for a staggering $996,000, delighting its new owner — a die-hard Yankees fan — and a hunger-relief group designated to receive a financial windfall from the sale.

Actor Corin Redgrave in Critical Condition (AP)
AP - Actor Corin Redgrave, the brother of actresses Vanessa and Lynn Redgrave, was in critical condition Friday after suffering a heart attack, the hospital treating him said.

Morissette Has Gotten Over Her Anger (AP)
AP - Singer Alanis Morissette says she's no longer the angry young woman from the "Jagged Little Pill" days, but she still has "issues" with the institution of marriage. Morissette, 31, sat down with Elizabeth Vargas of ABC's "20/20" program for an interview set to air Friday night.

Hollywood's Halo Effect (E! Online)
E! Online - Universal Pictures and 20th Century Fox are teaming up to bring to the big screen the Marine protagonist of Microsoft's megaselling shoot-'em-up videogame Halo.

2,200 Journalists Await Jackson Verdict (AP)
AP - Jurors in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial have the weekend off from their deliberations.

Mr. Bill Pulls Out of Wetlands Campaign (AP)
AP - "Saturday Night Live" icon Mr. Bill is saying a resounding "Nooooo!" to further appearances in a public awareness campaign aimed at saving Louisiana's wetlands.

Gallup: Public Confidence in Newspapers, TV News Falls to All-Time Low (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK Public trust in newspapers and television news continued to decline in Gallup's annual survey of "public confidence in major institutions" in the United States, reaching an all-time low this year.

Coldplay album set to be huge seller (Reuters)
Reuters - Coldplay's much anticipated album "X & Y" is set to enter the record books by shifting as many as 450,000 copies in its first week, retailer HMV said on Friday.

Hollywood's Halo Effect (E! Online)
E! Online - Universal Pictures and 20th Century Fox are teaming up to bring to the big screen the Marine protagonist of Microsoft's megaselling shoot-'em-up videogame Halo.

Microsoft nears movie deal for 'Halo' videogame (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. was near a deal on Friday to sell the rights to make a movie based on hit video game series "Halo" after a recent round of Hollywood talks in which a high asking price and demands for creative input drew the ire of some parties, sources said.

Actor Corin Redgrave in Critical Condition (AP)
AP - Actor Corin Redgrave, the brother of actresses Vanessa and Lynn Redgrave, was in critical condition Friday after suffering a heart attack, the hospital treating him said.

George Lucas' All-Star AFI Party (E! Online)
E! Online - As a certain little green Jedi master might say, an affair to remember, it was.

Naomi Watts Celebrates IFC Center Opening (AP)
AP - Naomi Watts, along with Harvey Weinstein, John Sayles, Alfonso Cuaron and 400 movie-lovers, celebrated the grand opening of the Independent Film Channel's new independent cinema hub.

Pitt Keeps It Light in L.A. Interviews (AP)
AP - Good luck trying to get a serious answer out of Brad Pitt, especially regarding the topic of Angelina Jolie, during promotional stops for their new movie "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."

Star Wars creator George Lucas receives top honor (Reuters)
Reuters - "Star Wars" creator George Lucas received a top Hollywood honor on Thursday at a dinner where he was embraced by Chewbacca the Wookiee and jokingly denounced by Princess Leia as the man "who ruined my life."

Fox Searchlight takes a 'History' lesson (Reuters)
Reuters - Arthouse studio Fox Searchlight said Thursday it will make a movie based on the British play "The History Boys," which centers on an unruly class of bright, funny teenage boys in pursuit of sex, sport and a college degree.

DVD suppliers tie new releases to movie debuts (Reuters)
Reuters - As the summer movie season gets under way, home video suppliers are scrambling to schedule DVDs to piggyback on the theatrical momentum of the year's biggest potential blockbusters.

'Coach Carter' director tackles football sex saga (Reuters)
Reuters - "Coach Carter" director Thomas Carter is reteaming with Paramount Pictures on "Marcus Dixon," a feature film about the former Vanderbilt football recruit who was controversially imprisoned in a case that stirred up racial tensions and grabbed headlines.

2,200 Journalists Await Jackson Verdict (AP)
AP - Jurors in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial have the weekend off from their deliberations.

Burger King ad reveals tasty musical treat (Reuters)
Reuters - Paris Hilton isn't the only one getting attention for her controversial Carl's Jr. ad.

Major-label Transplants prep for new release (Reuters)
Reuters - To Transplants lead signer Rob Aston, hearing the trio's new songs on the radio is vindication.

Keith's true stripes more than 'Red, White & Blue' (Reuters)
Reuters - The song that propelled Toby Keith into the spotlight of the mainstream media is "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)," which was released to radio in the spring after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Live 8 concert criticized as 'too Anglo-Saxon' (Reuters)
Reuters - The line-up of performers for Bob Geldof's upcoming "Live 8" concert in London for African poverty relief was criticized by British artist Damon Albarn on Friday as being "too damn Anglo-Saxon."

Singer Leela James is ready for 'Change' (Reuters)
Reuters - Tina Turner meets James Brown.

Jackson jurors deliberate for week without verdict (Reuters)
Reuters - Jurors in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial completed a full week of deliberations without reaching a verdict on Friday, prolonging the culmination of a bitter trial that could send the pop star to prison for nearly 20 years.

B.B. King Breaks Ground on His Museum (AP)
AP - Blues icon B.B. King joined local and state dignitaries Friday for the groundbreaking of a $10 million museum honoring him in a Mississippi Delta town where he used to live.

Tego Calderon Signs With Atlantic Records (AP)
AP - Tego Calderon and his company Jiggiri Records have signed with Atlantic Records, creating the label Jiggeri/Atlantic and giving him a worldwide distribution deal.

Tenn. Town Warming Up to 'Bonnaroonies' (AP)
AP - Brada Fatherree is considering getting the stream of Bonnaroo fans who pass by her house to sign a guestbook. Fatherree, who lives across the road from the farm where the major music festival is staged, has met people from around the world who flock to this central Tennessee town. She and husband Larry rent their cattle pastures to vendors and fans she fondly calls "Bonnaroonies" who don't have a spot inside the festival gates.

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