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Michael Jackson Acquitted of All Charges (AP)
AP - Wanly blowing kisses of gratitude to his screaming fans, Michael Jackson left court a free man Monday and went back to Neverland to pick up the pieces of his shattered career after he was cleared of all charges in his child-molestation trial.

Experts: Jackson Could Make a Comeback (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's career has been declared dead before.

Michael Jackson's Fans React With Joy (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's acquittal on child molestation charges drew jubilation from his fans from around the globe on Tuesday, outrage from some parents and observations that the ordeal has tarnished the pop star's aura forever.

Jackson Went From Pop Star to Punch Line (AP)
AP - When Michael Jackson became a superstar more than three decades ago, irresistibly cute with his apple cheeks and dandelion Afro, perhaps the most startling thing about the child phenom was just how adult he appeared to be.

Paris Hilton Plans to Give Up Public Life (AP)
AP - Paris Hilton plans to give up public life for family life. The 24-year-old hotel heiress, star of "The Simple Life" reality series, tells Newsweek magazine that when she was younger, "I thought it was cute to play a dumb blonde. On TV, I do it because it's funny. I consider myself a businesswoman and a brand."

Owen packing iron for 'Shoot 'Em Up' (Reuters)
Reuters - Clive Owen is loading his guns for "Shoot 'Em Up," a hard-core action project, somewhat distanced from his Golden Globe-winning turn in the romantic drama "Closer."

Michael Jackson Returns Home a Free Man (AP)
AP - A raucous welcome greeted Michael Jackson as he returned to his Neverland Ranch after being acquitted on all counts in his child molestation trial — a total legal victory that triggered jubilation among the pop star's fans and embarrassment for the district attorney's office.

'Lost' finds Elliott, Crewson (Reuters)
Reuters - David James Elliott ("JAG") and Wendy Crewson will star in "The Man Who Lost Himself," a TV movie likely to air on women's cable network Lifetime in late fall.

Singapore to air Asia's first phone drama series (Reuters)
Reuters - A Singapore television station will air a romantic drama series on third-generation mobile phone handsets this month in what will be a first for Asia.

Dodgers Costumes Bought by Costume World Inc. and Relocated to Florida (Playbill)
Playbill - For the the first time in its 142-year history, the costume collection most recently known as Dodgers Costumes will not be located in New York City.

Owen packing iron for 'Shoot 'Em Up' (Reuters)
Reuters - Clive Owen is loading his guns for "Shoot 'Em Up," a hard-core action project, somewhat distanced from his Golden Globe-winning turn in the romantic drama "Closer."

'Titanic' director juggles projects (Reuters)
Reuters - As the clock ticks down toward the December start date of James Cameron's next project, the "Titanic" director is shifting his full attention from "Battle Angel."

Sean Penn warms to reporter's role in Iran (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor Sean Penn, warming to his occasional role as a reporter, has quizzed the top contender in Iran's presidential elections about democracy and had a brush with security agents at an illegal women's protest.

Brad and Angelina's Boffo "Smith" (E! Online)
E! Online - Brangelina may or may not be an item, but they sure know how to make sparks at the box office.

'Mr. and Mrs. Smith' Rakes in $50.3M (AP)
AP - Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's assassin adventure "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" opened as the top weekend movie with $50.3 million.

Alicia Silverstone Marries at Lake Tahoe (AP)
AP - Alicia Silverstone is, like, totally married. The 28-year-old "Clueless" star wed longtime boyfriend Christopher Jarecki at Lake Tahoe on Saturday, said Silverstone's publicist, Elizabeth Much, confirming a report in People magazine.

Katie Holmes Converting to Scientology (AP)
AP - Katie Holmes says she's embracing Scientology, the religion of her boyfriend, Tom Cruise.

Scorsese May Do Film on Judge's Murder (AP)
AP - The 1987 murders of a prominent Biloxi judge and his wife have captured the attention of major movie producers who want to bring the high-profile, execution-style killings to the big screen.

New Home-Video Releases (AP)
AP - Selected home-video releases:

Spielberg Says Climate Is Right for 'War' (AP)
AP - Steven Spielberg says the days when movie audiences sympathize with a lovable alien such as E.T. may be over.

Michael Jackson Returns Home a Free Man (AP)
AP - A raucous welcome greeted Michael Jackson as he returned to his Neverland Ranch after being acquitted on all counts in his child molestation trial — a total legal victory that triggered jubilation among the pop star's fans and embarrassment for the district attorney's office.

Alanis albums pulled in Canada over Starbucks deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian music retailer HMV Canada on Monday pulled all of Alanis Morissette's albums from its shelves in protest at her exclusive agreement to sell an acoustic version of her 1995 hit album "Jagged Little Pill" in North American Starbuck stores for six weeks.

Experts: Jackson Could Make a Comeback (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's career has been declared dead before.

Michael Jackson's Fans React With Joy (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's acquittal on child molestation charges drew jubilation from his fans from around the globe on Tuesday, outrage from some parents and observations that the ordeal has tarnished the pop star's aura forever.

Jackson Went From Pop Star to Punch Line (AP)
AP - When Michael Jackson became a superstar more than three decades ago, irresistibly cute with his apple cheeks and dandelion Afro, perhaps the most startling thing about the child phenom was just how adult he appeared to be.

After acquittal, Jackson looks to rebuild career (Reuters)
Reuters - Now that Michael Jackson has been cleared of child molestation charges, the next big question is whether the one-time unstoppable superstar can rebuild a shattered career and work his way out of deep debt.

Destiny's Child to break up after U.S. tour (Reuters)
Reuters - The three vocalists of the chart-topping R&B act Destiny's Child plan to part ways at the end of their upcoming North American tour to pursue solo careers, their label said on Monday.

Fans Celebrate After Jackson Acquitted (AP)
AP - Jubilant fans of Michael Jackson erupted in chants of "innocent" and tossed confetti into the air outside the courthouse Monday as the pop star was cleared of child molestation and other charges. One fan freed a white dove for each acquittal.

Destiny's Child Announces Split (E! Online)
E! Online - The members of Destiny's Child are ready to become independent women.

Hey, You! Pink Floyd Reunites (E! Online)
E! Online - After nearly a quarter century of acrimony, the classic lineup of Pink Floyd, including band cofounder and creative force Roger Waters, will reunite to perform at the all-star Live 8 concert in London on July 2.

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