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Prank Against Tom Cruise Leads to Arrests (AP)
AP - The London premiere of Steven Spielberg's "War of the Worlds" turned into a war of words after Tom Cruise was squirted in the face by a man posing as a reporter.

Conservatives Tout Anti-Hillary Book (AP)
AP - Conservative groups are promoting a Hillary Rodham Clinton biography that hits bookstores Tuesday as a work so damning it could destroy any possible bid for the presidency in 2008.

Spade Signs on for Comedy Central Show (AP)
AP - David Spade once did the "Hollywood Minute" on "Saturday Night Live." Now he figures there's enough material for a half-hour of fun each week.

Caine Embodies Father Figure in 'Batman' (AP)
AP - In "Alfie" mode nearly 40 years ago, Michael Caine played a man who avoided the prospect of fatherhood at any cost. Now Caine, who personified the heartless swinger in that 1966 classic, has become the father figure of choice for everyone from Austin Powers to Batman to the conjurer who marries a mortal in "Bewitched."

Art Experts Search for Da Vinci Painting (AP)
AP - "Cerca, trova" — seek and you shall find — says a tantalizing five-century-old message painted on a fresco in the council hall of Florence's Palazzo Vecchio.

Lon McCallister's heart outshone his stardom (Reuters)
Reuters - Retired actor Lon McCallister, who died of a heart attack on June 11 in Lake Tahoe, Calif., aged 82, was one of those shining lights adored by everyone lucky enough to have crossed his path.

B.I.G. Trial Ready to Roll (E! Online)
E! Online - According to the Notorious B.I.G.'s family, the rapper's murder case is still very much alive.

Charge on 'Desperate' Actor to Be Dropped (AP)
AP - Marijuana possession charges against "Desperate Housewives" teen actor Cody Kasch will be dropped a year from now as long as he doesn't get into any additional trouble, a judge decided Monday.

Writers union seeks to organize U.S. reality TV (Reuters)
Reuters - The union representing Hollywood screenwriters launched a campaign on Monday to gain a labor contract for writers, producers and editors who work in the booming field of "reality TV" shows.

Theater review: The Postman Always Rings Twice (Reuters)
Reuters - Val Kilmer leaves his movie star magnetism at home in his portrayal of an amoral drifter in Andrew Rattenbury's adaptation of the James M. Cain noir thriller "The Postman Always Rings Twice," and while it's a brave acting decision, it might not be the right one.

Lon McCallister's heart outshone his stardom (Reuters)
Reuters - Retired actor Lon McCallister, who died of a heart attack on June 11 in Lake Tahoe, Calif., aged 82, was one of those shining lights adored by everyone lucky enough to have crossed his path.

"Batman Begins" Big, B.O. Still Down (E! Online)
E! Online - Batman Begins began with the expected big bucks, but not even the Caped Crusader could stop the villainous box-office slump of 2005.

'Batman Begins' Tops Box-Office at $48.7M (AP)
AP - "Batman Begins" had a good beginning, debuting as the No. 1 movie with $48.7 million over its opening weekend.

Prank Against Tom Cruise Leads to Arrests (AP)
AP - British police arrested four men after Tom Cruise was squirted in the face with water at the London premiere of his latest movie, "War of the Worlds." Three of the men were released on bail Monday, but a fourth faced further questioning.

Caine Embodies Father Figure in 'Batman' (AP)
AP - In "Alfie" mode nearly 40 years ago, Michael Caine played a man who avoided the prospect of fatherhood at any cost. Now Caine, who personified the heartless swinger in that 1966 classic, has become the father figure of choice for everyone from Austin Powers to Batman to the conjurer who marries a mortal in "Bewitched."

Locklear Knows Perfection Is Just Fantasy (AP)
AP - Finding the perfect man is nothing but a fantasy and Heather Locklear wouldn't have it any other way.

Fox preps 'Family Guy' movie for Sept. 27 DVD bow (Reuters)
Reuters - "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane is preparing his long-awaited direct-to-DVD movie based on the exploits of his cartoon clan for a Sept. 27 release.

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

Toy Makers Eye Hollywood Deals for Profit (AP)
AP - Mr. Fantastic, The Invisible Woman, Alex the Lion and Gloria the Hippo are more than colorful movie characters to Andrew R. Gatto, they're a growing business. His company, Russ Berrie and Co., makes plush toys based on characters from films such as "Madagascar" and "Fantastic Four" under license by the movie studios.

Fishburne, Hoffman set new 'Mission' (Reuters)
Reuters - "Mission: Impossible 3" is getting closer to signing Laurence Fishburne and Philip Seymour Hoffman to the Tom Cruise vehicle, which is set to start shooting July 18 in Italy.

B.I.G. Trial Ready to Roll (E! Online)
E! Online - According to the Notorious B.I.G.'s family, the rapper's murder case is still very much alive.

"Idol" Going Underground Online (E! Online)
E! Online - Think you've got what it takes to be the next Carrie Underwood...or at least William Hung?

More music consumers using legal downloads (Reuters)
Reuters - Around 35% of music consumers now download tracks legally via the Internet and the percentage will soon pass the 40% who have pirated music, according to a new survey released Monday by Entertainment Media Research.

Concert review: Les Paul 90th Birthday Salute (Reuters)
Reuters - The JVC Jazz Festival couldn't have picked a more deserving subject for a tribute than Les Paul, feted Sunday at Carnegie Hall in commemoration of his 90th birthday (which actually occurred June 9).

Singer Martina McBride Has Baby Girl (AP)
AP - Country singer Martina McBride and her husband, John, have a new addition to the family. Ava Rose Kathleen McBride was born at 2:25 p.m. Monday, weighing 7 pounds, 7 ounces, according to McBride's publicist, Kathy Best. Both Ava and the 38-year-old McBride were doing well, according to the singer's Web site.

NBA Taps Kid Rock Despite Plea (E! Online)
E! Online - And for the halftime show, Mike Tyson will chomp off one lucky fan's ear...

LeAnn Rimes Back on Stage After Injury (AP)
AP - LeAnn Rimes is on the road with her summer tour, after recovering from an injury to one of her vocal cords and an unspecified dental procedure.

Soul Asylum co-founder Mueller dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Karl Mueller, bassist and founding member of the Minneapolis-based rock act Soul Asylum, died Friday at his home, according to the Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune. He was 41.

Lennon Memorabilia to Be Auctioned (AP)
AP - A major collection of John Lennon memorabilia, including an oil painting from his student days and a handwritten "All You Need Is Love" manuscript, will go on sale next month.

MTV Networks Acquires Neopets Inc. (AP)
AP - MTV Networks on Monday said it acquired NeoPets Inc., owner of the popular teen Web site Neopets.com., for an undisclosed sum.

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