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Report: DiCaprio Hit With Bottle at Party (AP)
AP - Leonardo DiCaprio was hit with a bottle while attending a party given by Paris Hilton's ex-boyfriend and needed about a dozen stitches to close a wound near his ear, People Magazine reported on its Web site.

Juror Attends Jackson Family Casino Bash (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's family and fans — and at least one of the jurors who acquitted him of child molestation — gathered Friday night for a huge party that was billed as a celebration of thanks.

Shakira Greets Fans in Mexico City (AP)
AP - Colombian pop star Shakira drew thousands of fans to an appearance in Mexico City to promote her new album, "Fijacion Oral Vol 1."

'Motorcycle Diaries' Wins at Imagen Awards (AP)
AP - "The Motorcycle Diaries," the tale of revolutionary Che Guevara's life-changing 1950s journey across Latin America, swept top honors at the Imagen Awards, including best picture, director and supporting actor.

Redford Figured Deep Throat Was With FBI (AP)
AP - Robert Redford, who played Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in "All the President's Men," said he used to speculate on who Deep Throat was and had figured "it probably had to do with the FBI."

Runaway Bride, Hero Hostage to 'Tell-All' (AP)
AP - One woman broke the law. The other helped catch a suspected killer. Both are selling their stories and could make millions in the process.

Jackson Case Exposes Prosecuting Pitfalls (AP)
AP - Set aside Michael Jackson's wealth and celebrity, and his trial could be a textbook lesson — a study in the pitfalls prosecutors face in trying to make child-molestation charges stick.

Jay Leno Turns Tables on Jackson's Lawyer (AP)
AP - Jay Leno greeted Michael Jackson's defense attorney with a mock swearing-in on "The Tonight Show" Friday, then mostly played nice after months of making the entertainer the target of monologue jokes.

AOL Building Free Portal To Make Its Content Pay (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - In its latest reinvention, AOL is opening up much of its content and services to the outside world in the hope of earning a bigger piece of the expanding online-advertising pie, a key goal for the Time Warner unit as its subscriber numbers continue to decline.

Taye Diggs, Anthony Mackie, Steven Pasquale Cast in All-Male 'A Soldier's Play' Off-Broadway (Playbill)
Playbill - Taye Diggs, Anthony Mackie, Teagle Bougere and Steven Pasquale will appear in the upcoming Second Stage Theatre Off-Broadway season opener, Charles Fuller's A Soldier's Play.

Runaway Bride, Hero Hostage to 'Tell-All' (AP)
AP - One woman broke the law. The other helped catch a suspected killer. Both are selling their stories and could make millions in the process.

Report: DiCaprio Hit With Bottle at Party (AP)
AP - Leonardo DiCaprio was hit with a bottle while attending a party given by Paris Hilton's ex-boyfriend and needed about a dozen stitches to close a wound near his ear, People Magazine reported on its Web site.

'Motorcycle Diaries' Wins at Imagen Awards (AP)
AP - "The Motorcycle Diaries," the tale of revolutionary Che Guevara's life-changing 1950s journey across Latin America, swept top honors at the Imagen Awards, including best picture, director and supporting actor.

Redford Figured Deep Throat Was With FBI (AP)
AP - Robert Redford, who played Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in "All the President's Men," said he used to speculate on who Deep Throat was and had figured "it probably had to do with the FBI."

Macy Receives Honor at Maui Film Festival (AP)
AP - Actor William H. Macy received the Rainmaker Award at the Maui Film Festival for "his magical ability to raise the creative dynamics of every project he touches," organizers say.

Surfing Greats Get Maui Film Fest Award (AP)
AP - Hawaii surfing greats Laird Hamilton and Dave Kalama received the Beacon Award at the Maui Film Festival.

Character Actor Lon McCallister Dies at 82 (AP)
AP - Lon McCallister, whose brief but prolific acting career started with small roles in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and developed in to supporting roles in popular movies such as "Winged Victory," has died. He was 82.

Duff, Rosman form perfect match for 'Perfect Man' (Reuters)
Reuters - They are not Tom and Katie or Brad and Angelina, but with their new movie "The Perfect Man," teen star Hilary Duff and director Mark Rosman are becoming something like a perfect power couple.

Leguizamo Seeks Broader Roles for Latinos (AP)
AP - Actor John Leguizamo said he's become disillusioned with the stereotypical handymen and gang member roles Hollywood offered to Latino actors.

"Batman Begins" with Big Bucks (E! Online)
E! Online - Batman Begins grossed $15.1 million during its first day in theaters on Wednesday. While not in the same stratosphere as Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith, which earned a whopping $50 million on its first day of release, the tally represents a return to box-office form for the Caped Crusader after Warner Bros. shut down the franchise following the 1997 stinker, Batman and Robin.

Jackson Case Exposes Prosecuting Pitfalls (AP)
AP - Set aside Michael Jackson's wealth and celebrity, and his trial could be a textbook lesson — a study in the pitfalls prosecutors face in trying to make child-molestation charges stick.

Juror Attends Jackson Family Casino Bash (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's family and fans — and at least one of the jurors who acquitted him of child molestation — gathered Friday night for a huge party that was billed as a celebration of thanks.

Shakira Greets Fans in Mexico City (AP)
AP - Colombian pop star Shakira drew thousands of fans to an appearance in Mexico City to promote her new album, "Fijacion Oral Vol 1."

Beach Boys Monument in Calif. Vandalized (AP)
AP - The new state historical landmark dedicated to the Beach Boys last month has already been the target of graffiti vandals.

AP: Prosecutors Still Believe Jackson Case (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's prosecutors said Friday they still believe the pop star could be a danger to children, despite his acquittal on charges of molesting a boy two years ago.

Peterson, Tommy Boy immersed in African sounds (Reuters)
Reuters - Tribal house is one thing, music from and inspired by tribal lands is another. Two new dance releases pay homage to pigeonholed "world beats" and update them for mainstream dance floors.

Hot start for Coldplay; others see new highs (Reuters)
Reuters - Rock's flag has stood atop the Billboard 200 in several recent weeks. Thanks to Coldplay's fast start, rock's flag has become the Union Jack.

Sony, Ritmo Latino settle Shakira dispute (Reuters)
Reuters - A dispute that has kept Shakira's top-selling new album, "Fijacion Oral, Vol. 1" (Epic), out of most Ritmo Latino stores has been resolved with a handshake and a smile -- and the disc back on store shelves.

P2P sites prepare legit bows (Reuters)
Reuters - With a Supreme Court ruling in the Grokster case believed to be imminent, proponents of commercial peer-to-peer networks are busily preparing new legitimate services.

Indie label Wind-Up expands artist roster (Reuters)
Reuters - On the cover of an "in case of emergency" handbook in the reception area of Wind-up Records' New York headquarters, someone has affixed a yellow Post-it that reads: "1. Save Diana, 2. Save Diana, 3. Save Diana."

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