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Lawyer: Jackson Won't Share Room With Kids (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's lawyer said Tuesday that the pop star is going to be more careful from now on and not let children into his bed anymore because "it makes him vulnerable to false charges."

J.K. Rowling Refuses E-Books for Potter (AP)
AP - When "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" comes out in July, children from around the world will line up at stores or wait anxiously at home or summer camp for their copy to arrive by mail.

Backstreet Boys Re-Enter Pop Landscape (AP)
AP - If nothing else, the Backstreet Boys are realistic. Reunited after four years, they don't have any illusions that they'll be able to dominate the pop scene as they did when boy bands ruled the world — and they were the kings.

EBay Withdraws Tickets for Live 8 Concert (AP)
AP - The Internet auction site eBay will withdraw tickets for the London Live 8 concert from sale, a company official said Tuesday, after organizer Bob Geldof said the sale was despicable. The concert was organized to highlight poverty in Africa, and the tickets are free.

Sean Penn Creates Stir on Iran Assignment (AP)
AP - Sean Penn has stepped into the shoes of a reporter once again.

Lights, Camera, Cameron! (E! Online)
E! Online - Remember that director, name of James Cameron, helmed a little movie called Titanic?

N.Y. Court Slashes Award in Def Jam Case (AP)
AP - A federal appeals court on Tuesday slashed a $132 million verdict against recording company Island Def Jam Music Group and its former top executive to about $127,000. The dispute was about an unreleased record from rapper Ja Rule.

'Martha' in L.A. duel vs. 'Oprah' (Reuters)
Reuters - "Martha" is getting some lucrative TV real estate in Los Angeles in the fall.

Sirius to supply music to Sprint phones (Reuters)
Reuters - Sirius Satellite Radio on Tuesday said it reached a deal to supply music channels to telecommunications company Sprint Corp. in a mobile phone service to be introduced later this year.

Peter Frechette Completes the Cast of Lane-Broderick 'The Odd Couple' (Playbill)
Playbill - The Nathan Lane-Matthew Broderick entourage which will populate the upcoming Broadway revival of Neil Simon's The Odd Couple is complete.

Lights, Camera, Cameron! (E! Online)
E! Online - Remember that director, name of James Cameron, helmed a little movie called Titanic?

J.K. Rowling Refuses E-Books for Potter (AP)
AP - When "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" comes out in July, children from around the world will line up at stores or wait anxiously at home or summer camp for their copy to arrive by mail.

Sean Penn Creates Stir on Iran Assignment (AP)
AP - Sean Penn has stepped into the shoes of a reporter once again.

Movie Review: 'My Summer of Love' (AP)
AP - "My Summer of Love" easily could have been made during THE summer of love.

Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Joel Fields has been hired by Paramount Pictures to turn the upcoming James Siegel novel "Detour" into a feature.

Burt Reynolds, Ex-Girlfriend Settle Suits (AP)
AP - Burt Reynolds and a former girlfriend have agreed to settle lawsuits they filed against each other in November, according to lawyers for both sides.

Crowe, Day-Lewis Take in Boxing Hall (AP)
AP - The International Boxing Hall of Fame's star power is growing.

Wayans Brothers Eye Oakland for Studio (AP)
AP - The Wayans brothers, known for producing and starring in the movies such as "White Chicks" and "Scary Movie," as well as their hit 1990s television show "In Living Color," are interested in setting up shop at the former Oakland Army Base.

Cruise Says Katie Holmes Romance Is Real (AP)
AP - Tom Cruise insisted Tuesday that his romance with movie actress Katie Holmes is the real thing.

Review: 'Me and You and Everyone We Know' (AP)
AP - A heartbreaker is born in Miranda July's "Me and You and Everyone We Know," her bold and original debut as director, writer and star.

N.Y. Court Slashes Award in Def Jam Case (AP)
AP - A federal appeals court on Tuesday slashed a $132 million verdict against recording company Island Def Jam Music Group and its former top executive to about $127,000. The dispute was about an unreleased record from rapper Ja Rule.

NYC Tabloids Take Same Tack on Jackson (AP)
AP - The New York Post and the Daily News, ultra-competitive tabloids that pride themselves on their outrageous and original headlines, had nearly identical front pages Tuesday announcing the verdict in the Michael Jackson case.

Queens of the Stone Age Singer Cops Plea (E! Online)
E! Online - Queens of the Stone Age mastermind Josh Homme will be on his best behavior for his band's upcoming fall tour with Nail Inch Nails.

HMV to Alanis: No Thank U (E! Online)
E! Online - Alanis Morissette oughta know that her decision to hawk her latest CD through Starbucks was perceived as a slap in the face to traditional music retailers.

Lawyer: Jackson Won't Share Room With Kids (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's lawyer said Tuesday that the pop star is going to be more careful from now on and not let children into his bed anymore because "it makes him vulnerable to false charges."

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.

EBay Withdraws Tickets for Live 8 Concert (AP)
AP - The Internet auction site eBay will withdraw tickets for the London Live 8 concert from sale, a company official said Tuesday, after organizer Bob Geldof said the sale was despicable. The concert was organized to highlight poverty in Africa, and the tickets are free.

Backstreet Boys Re-Enter Pop Landscape (AP)
AP - If nothing else, the Backstreet Boys are realistic. Reunited after four years, they don't have any illusions that they'll be able to dominate the pop scene as they did when boy bands ruled the world — and they were the kings.

Accuser Testimony Didn't Sway Jackson Jury (AP)
AP - The family of Michael Jackson's accuser once seemed like a less-successful version of Jackson's own family — a collection of precocious kids who aspired to stardom but suffered under an allegedly abusive and controlling father.

Marc Anthony Planning 15-City U.S. Tour (AP)
AP - Three of Latin music's biggest stars from three different genres — Alejandro Fernandez, Chayanne and Marc Anthony — are planning a 15-city U.S. tour, starting Aug. 17.

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