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Michael Jackson Judge to Unseal Documents (AP)
AP - Three days before they acquitted Michael Jackson, jurors asked to hear all testimony from the boy who accused the pop star of molestation, newly released documents showed Thursday.

Clinton, Letterman Talk Heart Surgery (AP)
AP - Former President Clinton's visit to the "Late Show" on Thursday gave David Letterman someone to trade heart surgery stories with.

Americans Prefer Watching Movies at Home (AP)
AP - Like many Americans, Mark Gil prefers the low cost and high convenience of staying home to watch movies.

Act Two Difficult for Some Aquitted Celebs (AP)
AP - Act 2 can be hard to do, even after an acquittal. Many people believe celebrities get away with heinous crimes thanks to their money and fame. So celebs who hear the words "not guilty" can still fall into a career limbo more difficult to escape than a cluster of paparazzi.

Destiny's Child to Perform at ESPY Awards (AP)
AP - Destiny's Child will perform at the ESPY Awards in one of the trio's final national television appearances before the group disbands in the fall.

Americans Prefer Watching Movies at Home (AP)
AP - Like many Americans, Mark Gil prefers the low cost and high convenience of staying home to watch movies.

Michael Jackson Judge to Unseal Documents (AP)
AP - Three days before they acquitted Michael Jackson, jurors asked to hear all testimony from the boy who accused the pop star of molestation, newly released documents showed Thursday.

CBS adjusts 'Cut' (Reuters)
Reuters - CBS' ratings-challenged fashion reality series "The Cut" is moving from Thursday to Wednesday, beginning July 6.

ANALYSIS: Hollywood risks future by ignoring adults (Reuters)
Reuters - Let's debunk a popular myth: Grown-ups don't go to the movies.

Theater review: Measure for Measure (Reuters)
Reuters - As its inaugural production, Waging Theatre is offering William Shakespeare's dark comedy of ideas "Measure for Measure." Some of it strikes a chord; most of it falls pretty flat.

Americans Prefer Watching Movies at Home (AP)
AP - Like many Americans, Mark Gil prefers the low cost and high convenience of staying home to watch movies.

Late filmmaker reaching 'Heights' with new picture (Reuters)
Reuters - "Heights," which Sony Pictures Classics opens Friday in New York and Los Angeles, marks a bittersweet moment because it's the next-to-last film produced by Ismail Merchant, who died May 25 in London. (SPC also will release the last film Merchant produced, James Ivory's "The White Countess," on Nov. 4.)

Dafoe awakens for biz satire 'Dreamz' (Reuters)
Reuters - Willem Dafoe is set to join Hugh Grant, Dennis Quaid and Mandy Moore in "American Dreamz," which is described as a satire of American politics and show business.

'Polar Express' on track for Nov. 22 DVD bow (Reuters)
Reuters - The fourth-quarter DVD derby is off and running, with Warner Home Video announcing one of the first major releases of the holiday selling season: "The Polar Express," slated for Nov. 22 release.

Disney digs in for 'Treasure 2' (Reuters)
Reuters - Walt Disney Pictures and producer Jerry Bruckheimer have begun laying out a map for "National Treasure 2," a sequel to the surprise hit that marked the biggest film of Nicolas Cage's career.

Thornton, Pitt make 'Peace' (Reuters)
Reuters - Billy Bob Thornton and Brad Pitt now have something more than Angelina Jolie in common.

Five setting sail on 'Poseidon' remake (Reuters)
Reuters - Mia Maestro, Freddy Rodriguez, Kevin Dillon, Jacinda Barrett and Jimmy Bennett have all boarded Wolfgang Petersen's all-star disaster film remake "The Poseidon Adventure" for Warner Bros. Pictures.

'Batman' film tallies $15 mln in Wednesday debut (Reuters)
Reuters - "Batman Begins" turned in a solid $15 million of ticket sales in its Wednesday debut, but box office watchers said it was too soon to know if the film about the origins of the comic-book crime fighter can turn around Hollywood's lackluster summer.

Hanks Digs Deep (Throat) (E! Online)
E! Online - Universal Pictures has sealed a deal with former FBI man W. Mark Felt for the movie rights to his life story, with Hanks producing and possibly starring in the project, which will focus on how Felt became Deep Throat, the shadowy government insider whose Watergate leaks to Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein helped topple the Nixon administration.

Company Gets Runaway Bride's Media Rights (AP)
AP - Runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks has struck a deal for a TV project about her misadventures, irritating some people in her hometown.

Michael Jackson Judge to Unseal Documents (AP)
AP - Three days before they acquitted Michael Jackson, jurors asked to hear all testimony from the boy who accused the pop star of molestation, newly released documents showed Thursday.

Farrell's Satellite Orbits Lolla (E! Online)
E! Online - Perry Farrell is promising a whole new party at this year's Lollapalooza festival.

Live 8: Eight and Counting (E! Online)
E! Online - The charity rocker behind the massive Live 8 shows aimed at raising awareness in industrial countries of the problems in the Third World revealed on Thursday plans to stage three more mega-concerts in Tokyo, Toronto and Johannesburg on July 2.

Kid Rocked by Strip Club Deejay (E! Online)
E! Online - He might fancy himself a cowboy, but Kid Rock's act doesn't play in Nashville.

Mariah Carey nets 4th week atop U.S. singles chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" logged a fourth week on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart Thursday. For the same length of time, the song it displaced from the summit, Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl," held at No. 2.

Disc Jockey Sues Kid Rock for $575,000 (AP)
AP - A disc jockey has sued Kid Rock for $575,000, claiming the singer punched him at an adult entertainment club in February.

Live 8 Organizers Plan New Concert (AP)
AP - Three more Live 8 concerts to raise awareness of poverty in Africa were expected to be added to the lineup as organizers announced plans for a separate concert featuring African artists.

Destiny's Child to Perform at ESPY Awards (AP)
AP - Destiny's Child will perform at the ESPY Awards in one of the trio's final national television appearances before the group disbands in the fall.

The Darkness promotes roadie to bass player (Reuters)
Reuters - British rock act the Darkness has named Richie Edwards as its full-time bass player, replacing Frankie Poullain who left in March.

Backstreet Boys album poised for chart-topping bow (Reuters)
Reuters - New albums by Backstreet Boys and Foo Fighters are both on track to start above 250,000 copies, with the former having a genuine shot to debut at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 when sales data are issued Wednesday.

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