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U.S. Box Office Hits Longest Modern Slump (AP)
AP - "Batman Begins" took in $26.8 million to remain the top movie for the second straight weekend, but it could not keep Hollywood from sinking to its longest modern box-office slump.

TV Network for Gays, Lesbians to Debut (AP)
AP - The man who's molding Logo, the new network for gays and lesbians, grew up in rural Illinois, attended Oral Roberts University and counted that cheesy keyboard solo on "Freeze Frame" as his big moment during gigs with his college band the Ozones. At first glance, Brian Graden hardly seems too hip for the room.

Jackson: Family, Fans Helped During Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson says his family, fans and God "dried my tears" and helped him through the hardship of child molestation charges and a four-month trial that ended in his acquittal.

Glastonbury a Warmup for Geldof, Live 8 (AP)
AP - Bob Geldof seems to be gearing up for his Live 8 concerts next week: At another festival, he got a crowd of 100,000 to join hands and yell the slogan, "Make poverty history."

Founder Invites Minogue to Glastonbury (AP)
AP - The founder of Britain's Glastonbury Festival, one of the highlights of the summer music calendar, on Sunday invited Australian pop star Kylie Minogue to the next edition of the event.

Oscar invites 112 to become members (Reuters)
Reuters - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited 112 artists and executives to become voting members of Hollywood's top club.

Jackson: Family, Fans Helped During Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson says his family, fans and God "dried my tears" and helped him through the hardship of child molestation charges and a four-month trial that ended in his acquittal.

Liz Hurley has designs on British 'Catwalk' (Reuters)
Reuters - Actress and fashionista Elizabeth Hurley will host a U.K. version of the Bravo reality series "Project Runway," which will start airing next year.

Indie TV producer Carsey-Werner going off the air (Reuters)
Reuters - Independent producer Carsey-Werner Co., the firm behind such hit shows as "The Cosby Show," "Roseanne" and "That '70s Show," is tuning out of the TV business after failing to secure any new series orders from the broadcast networks for the upcoming season.

Tony Nominees Foster and Oscar Re-Join 'The Producers' (Playbill)
Playbill - Tony Award nominees Hunter Foster and Brad Oscar will return to the respective roles of Leo and Max in Broadway's The Producers July 5, replacing Roger Bart and Richard Kind.

Oscar invites 112 to become members (Reuters)
Reuters - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited 112 artists and executives to become voting members of Hollywood's top club.

'Blade' scribe 'Invisible' man for thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - David S. Goyer, the writer of the "Blade" movies, will start directing the supernatural thriller "The Invisible" at the end of September in Vancouver.

Paramount Classics, MTV Films go 'Beneath' (Reuters)
Reuters - Viacom-owned studios Paramount Classics and MTV Films are partnering for the first time on the thriller "Beneath," which has begin shooting in Vancouver.

Moviefone fest sports shorts, competition (Reuters)
Reuters - More than a dozen shorts, featuring the likes of Jon Stewart and John Stamos, will get their online debut as part of the Moviefone Short Film Festival, beginning Monday at http://www.moviefone.com/shorts.

"Batman" Noses "Bewitched" (E! Online)
E! Online - Bewitched couldn't break the spell of Batman Begins, let alone provide enough magic to reverse what has become the longest box-office slump in modern Hollywood history.

U.S. Box Office Hits Longest Modern Slump (AP)
AP - "Batman Begins" took in $26.8 million to remain the top movie for the second straight weekend, but it could not keep Hollywood from sinking to its longest modern box-office slump.

'Batman' beats witch at U.S. box office (Reuters)
Reuters - The Caped Crusader easily fended off a suburban witch to lead the North American box office for a second weekend, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday.

Tom Cruise, once aloof, now widely spoofed (Reuters)
Reuters - Tom Cruise remains one of Hollywood's biggest stars, but since his manic, couch-hopping appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" last month, he also has leaped to the forefront of celebrity punch lines.

'Jellysmoke' triumphs at L.A. Film Festival (Reuters)
Reuters - "Jellysmoke," a low-budget drama about a bipolar man looking for love, won the $50,000 filmmaker award at the Los Angeles Film Festival on Saturday, while the documentary prize went to "Everyone Their Grain of Sand," about the struggles of a Mexican border town.

'Star Wars' Creator Opens New Headquarters (AP)
AP - A new complex that will house most of "Star Wars" creator George Lucas' empire could be the entertainment industry's most sophisticated digital arts and entertainment center — complete with a stone fountain of Jedi master Yoda at the front door.

Jackson: Family, Fans Helped During Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson says his family, fans and God "dried my tears" and helped him through the hardship of child molestation charges and a four-month trial that ended in his acquittal.

Taiwan singer Jay Chou looks East to crack the West (Reuters)
Reuters - Taiwan pop star Jay Chou looks to the likes of Jackie Chan and Jet Li, who made it big in the West with martial arts from the East, for inspiration.

Music Promoter Who Launched Joplin Dies (AP)
AP - Chet Helms, the revered father of the 1967 Summer of Love and a music promoter who launched the career of singer Janis Joplin, has died of complications from a stroke. He was 62.

Founder Invites Minogue to Glastonbury (AP)
AP - The founder of Britain's Glastonbury Festival, one of the highlights of the summer music calendar, on Sunday invited Australian pop star Kylie Minogue to the next edition of the event.

MySpace adds content for a song (Reuters)
Reuters - Online lifestyle community MySpace.com has expanded the kinds of exclusive content it offers its members.

Glastonbury a Warmup for Geldof, Live 8 (AP)
AP - Bob Geldof seems to be gearing up for his Live 8 concerts next week: At another festival, he got a crowd of 100,000 to join hands and yell the slogan, "Make poverty history."

Elton and 2Pac jump in at the top of the UK charts (Reuters)
Reuters - American rapper 2Pac topped the British music charts Sunday with "Ghetto Gospel" almost nine years after he died, the Official UK Charts Company said.

Live 8 shows power, pitfalls of stars with a cause (Reuters)
Reuters - When aid groups approach the media to draw attention to a problem, the response is more often "Who have you got?" than "What is the issue?"

Eminem May Help Save Detroit Fireworks (AP)
AP - An huge annual fireworks display is expected to get a fundraising boost from Grammy-winning rapper Eminem. Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers III, grew up in the Detroit area and lives in suburban Rochester Hills.

Producers Predict Record Live 8 Broadcast (AP)
AP - Producers of the upcoming Live 8 concerts said Saturday the shows will be shown around the world in what they billed as the largest-ever broadcast of a live event.

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