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Spielberg, Cruise Wage 'War' With $77.6M (AP)
AP - "War of the Worlds" conquered the box office as easily as the movie's aliens overpowered Earth, but it did not have enough firepower to overcome Hollywood's prolonged slump.

London Live 8's 'Hey Jude' Finale Offered (AP)
AP - London Live 8's "Hey Jude" finale led by Paul McCartney was offered as a download Monday, while the concert's opening number was topping the online charts in several countries, the distributor said.

Ice-T Goes Down Under for Series of Gigs (AP)
AP - Rapper and television star Ice-T is in Australia for a series of gigs — but he had an ulterior motive.

'Oz' Munchkin's 86th Birthday Celebrated (AP)
AP - It's been 66 years since Mickey Carroll's only movie role, but he's still being celebrated for it. Carroll is one of a few surviving Munchkins from MGM's 1939 classic "The Wizard of Oz." His character led the Munchkin parade and advised Dorothy, "Follow the Yellow Brick Road."

'Ben Hur' Humanist Playwright Fry Dies (AP)
AP - Playwright Christopher Fry, a Christian humanist who helped T.S. Eliot revive verse drama in the 1940s and wrote a number of epic films including "Ben Hur," has died at the age of 97, his son said.

Spielberg, Cruise Wage 'War' With $77.6M (AP)
AP - "War of the Worlds" conquered the box office as easily as the movie's aliens overpowered Earth, but it did not have enough firepower to overcome Hollywood's prolonged slump.

Luther Vandross' Swan Song (E! Online)
E! Online - Luther Vandross wasn't just a singer. He was a wedding day. A radio-show song dedication. A seduction.

Al-Jazeera Launching All-English Channel (AP)
AP - Al-Jazeera is nothing if not bold. It has fought repeatedly with Washington, which says its exclusive broadcasts of Osama bin Laden speeches show an anti-American, pro-terrorist bias. Its freewheeling broadcasts have decimated state-run TV stations across much of the Arab world, leading some countries to close its bureaus down. So what does such a network do next? Plan a massive expansion.

Thomson to launch probe into Canal+ deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Thomson's board is to commission an independent inquiry into the firm's purchase and subsequent sale of a division of Canal Plus, following a police probe into the deal, its chairman said in an interview to be published on Tuesday.

Cabaret and a hot play, it must be Manhattan (Reuters)
Reuters - It promises to be quite a cabaret season in Manhattan in the fall.

Spielberg, Cruise Wage 'War' With $77.6M (AP)
AP - "War of the Worlds" conquered the box office as easily as the movie's aliens overpowered Earth, but it did not have enough firepower to overcome Hollywood's prolonged slump.

"War" Cruises to Victory (E! Online)
E! Online - Steven Spielberg's latest batch of ETs put a world of hurt on the holiday box office.

'Oz' Munchkin's 86th Birthday Celebrated (AP)
AP - It's been 66 years since Mickey Carroll's only movie role, but he's still being celebrated for it. Carroll is one of a few surviving Munchkins from MGM's 1939 classic "The Wizard of Oz." His character led the Munchkin parade and advised Dorothy, "Follow the Yellow Brick Road."

'War' is swell for Cruise, Spielberg (Reuters)
Reuters - Tom Cruise's alien-invasion thriller "War of the Worlds" was the top movie around the world last weekend, erasing speculation that the star's antics in recent months could hurt its prospects at the box office.

New York Dolls influence lives on (Reuters)
Reuters - First-time filmmaker Greg Whiteley came to the subject of his documentary feature "New York Doll" not as a fan but as a friend of Arthur "Killer" Kane, bassist for the short-lived but influential '70s rock band the New York Dolls.

Sir! No Sir! penetrating eye-opener (Reuters)
Reuters - Some very timely light is shed upon the historically overlooked GI anti-Vietnam War movement courtesy of "Sir! No Sir!" a penetrating eye-opener of a documentary by David Zeiger.

Cruise, Spielberg 'War' wins with movie fans (Reuters)
Reuters - Tom Cruise's alien-invasion thriller "War of the Worlds" was the top movie around the world last weekend, erasing speculation that the star's antics in recent months could hurt its prospects at the box office.

'War of Worlds' a Pregnancy Film for Otto (AP)
AP - If Miranda Otto ever wants to remember what she looked like when she was pregnant, all she has to do is watch "War of the Worlds."

'Ben Hur' Humanist Playwright Fry Dies (AP)
AP - Playwright Christopher Fry, a Christian humanist who helped T.S. Eliot revive verse drama in the 1940s and wrote a number of epic films including "Ben Hur," has died at the age of 97, his son said.

Meyer: Teasing Lohan Was 'Responsibility' (AP)
AP - Breckin Meyer felt it was his responsibility to drive co-star Lindsay Lohan nuts on the set of "Herbie: Fully Loaded."

Luther Vandross' Swan Song (E! Online)
E! Online - Luther Vandross wasn't just a singer. He was a wedding day. A radio-show song dedication. A seduction.

Ice-T Goes Down Under for Series of Gigs (AP)
AP - Rapper and television star Ice-T is in Australia for a series of gigs — but he had an ulterior motive.

New York Dolls influence lives on (Reuters)
Reuters - First-time filmmaker Greg Whiteley came to the subject of his documentary feature "New York Doll" not as a fan but as a friend of Arthur "Killer" Kane, bassist for the short-lived but influential '70s rock band the New York Dolls.

Stars see album sales soar after Live 8 gigs (Reuters)
Reuters - They came out of charity. They left with booming record sales.

London Live 8's 'Hey Jude' Finale Offered (AP)
AP - London Live 8's "Hey Jude" finale led by Paul McCartney was offered as a download Monday, while the concert's opening number was topping the online charts in several countries, the distributor said.

Acts see album sales soar after Live 8 gigs (Reuters)
Reuters - They came out of charity. They left with booming record sales.

Billboard album reviews (Reuters)
Reuters - R. Kelly eschews the dance party/inspirational vibe of last year's "Happy People/U Saved Me" in favor of the sexually charged themes that first earned him musical notoriety 10 albums ago.

Franz Ferdinand finds its edge on new album (Reuters)
Reuters - Scottish rock band Franz Ferdinand is about a week away from locking down the track list for its second album, which will be released Oct. 4, according to lead singer Alex Kapranos.

2Pac keeps 'Crazy' Charlotte from top of UK chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Dead rapper 2Pac ruled the U.K. pop singles chart for a second week on Sunday with a track that samples an Elton John song, while teen Welsh soprano Charlotte Church came in at No. 2 with her first pop outing.

Report: Pink Marrying Motocross Racer (AP)
AP - Multiplatinum singer Pink is reportedly getting married. The 25-year-old proposed to her boyfriend of nearly four years — motocross racer Carey Hart — during a race in Mammoth Lakes, Calif., Us Weekly reported.

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