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Mistrial Request Considered in B.I.G. Case (AP)
AP - Calling it "very disturbing" that the Los Angeles Police Department seemingly withheld internal documents from the court, the judge in the Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death case said Tuesday she would consider a request for a mistrial or sanctions against the city.

Stewart Says Prison Nickname 'M. Diddy' (AP)
AP - Martha Stewart says in a new interview that her nickname in prison was M. Diddy, that house arrest is "hideous" and that her prosecution was about bringing her down "to scare other people."

New Dustin Hoffman Film to Begin Shooting (AP)
AP - Shooting of "Perfume: The Story of A Murderer" begins in Germany next week, with Dustin Hoffman starring in the screen version of the best-known German novel of the 20th century.

U2's Ex-Stylist Must Return Bono's Clothes (AP)
AP - A former stylist for Irish rock band U2 must return to lead singer Bono a range of clothes, including a cowboy hat and earrings, and nearly 200 backstage photographs, a judge ruled Tuesday.

Brokaw, Woodward Talk About 'Secret Man' (AP)
AP - In one small way, Bob Woodward was a mentor to Tom Brokaw. The NBC newsman, as White House correspondent during the latter stages of the Watergate drama, said he occasionally called The Washington Post's Woodward for direction when he wasn't sure how all of the pieces of a story he had fit together.

Film review: Fearless Freaks (Reuters)
Reuters - "The Fearless Freaks," Bradley Beesley's slightly ramshackle documentary about the Flaming Lips, well befits its subject.

Mistrial Request Considered in B.I.G. Case (AP)
AP - Calling it "very disturbing" that the Los Angeles Police Department seemingly withheld internal documents from the court, the judge in the Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death case said Tuesday she would consider a request for a mistrial or sanctions against the city.

TV technology at edge of legal frontier (Reuters)
Reuters - Days after the Supreme Court weighed in on digital copyright infringement issues in the MGM v. Grokster case, select consumer electronics chains began stocking a product some predict could spark the entertainment industry's next showdown over intellectual property rights.

TV technology at edge of legal frontier (Reuters)
Reuters - Days after the Supreme Court weighed in on digital copyright infringement issues in the MGM v. Grokster case, select consumer electronics chains began stocking a product some predict could spark the entertainment industry's next showdown over intellectual property rights.

Toronto's Factory Theatre Has Two World Premieres, Plus a Return of 'Bigger Than Jesus' (Playbill)
Playbill - Factory Theatre in Toronto, the company devoted exclusively to Canadian playwrights, will present two world premieres, the revival of a George F. Walker favorite, and a return of the Dora Award-winning Bigger Than Jesus in its 2005-06 season, artistic director Ken Gass announced.

Film review: Fearless Freaks (Reuters)
Reuters - "The Fearless Freaks," Bradley Beesley's slightly ramshackle documentary about the Flaming Lips, well befits its subject.

Film review: Cavite (Reuters)
Reuters - "Cavite" is guerilla filmmaking at its finest. Instead of treating no budget, one actor and a catch-as-catch-can shooting scheme as a liability, writer-director-producers Neill Dela Llana and Ian Gamazon have designed this thriller to take advantage of those very limitations.

Hollywood screenwriter Ernest Lehman dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Ernest Lehman, the screenwriter whose adaptations of such high-profile Broadway productions as "West Side Story," "The Sound of Music" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" dominated movie screens during the 1960s, died Saturday at UCLA Medical Center after a lengthy illness. He was 89.

Tommy Lee Jones finds home with 'Companion' (Reuters)
Reuters - Tommy Lee Jones has joined the all-star cast of Robert Altman's new film, which is based on Garrison Keillor's radio show "A Prairie Home Companion."

"North by Northwest" Writer Dies (E! Online)
E! Online - Troublemakers didn't have anything on Ernest Lehman. He put Cary Grant into harm's way on Mount Rushmore, helped Audrey Hepburn bewitch Humphrey Bogart and gave the Sharks and the Jets something to fight about in their big-screen face off.

Documentaries shed image, still face challenges (Reuters)
Reuters - Get real, moviegoers.

'War' Blasts Off to $77.1M Debut Weekend (AP)
AP - Aliens invaded the box office as Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise's "War of the Worlds" debuted with $77.1 million over the long Fourth of July weekend.

New Dustin Hoffman Film to Begin Shooting (AP)
AP - Shooting of "Perfume: The Story of A Murderer" begins in Germany next week, with Dustin Hoffman starring in the screen version of the best-known German novel of the 20th century.

"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.

'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.

Mistrial Request Considered in B.I.G. Case (AP)
AP - Calling it "very disturbing" that the Los Angeles Police Department seemingly withheld internal documents from the court, the judge in the Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death case said Tuesday she would consider a request for a mistrial or sanctions against the city.

Singer 'Big' Al Downing Dead at Age 65 (AP)
AP - "Big" Al Downing, a singer-songwriter and pianist who had success in country, rockabilly, rhythm and blues, rock 'n' roll and even disco, has died after suffering from leukemia. He was 65.

Mistrial Threatened in Biggie Trial (E! Online)
E! Online - The Notorious B.I.G.'s family may never get the answers it's looking for in its wrongful death suit against the Los Angeles Police Department, but the rapper's kin has struck a serious blow to the cops' credibility.

McDonald's Seeks Designer for Uniforms (AP)
AP - McDonald's Corp. is seeking a high-profile fashion designer to give its 300,000 U.S. restaurant workers a trendy, stylish new look.

The Comets Rock for NASA Scientists (AP)
AP - A day after NASA scientists blasted a hole in a comet, The Comets struck back. Five surviving members of the rock 'n' roll band Bill Haley & The Comets paid tribute to the space agency's Deep Impact team by hosting an outdoor concert at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory Tuesday.

Four Tops' Benson Dies (E! Online)
E! Online - Obie Benson, a founding member of the Four Tops and a lyricist best known for the anti-war song "What's Goin' On," died Friday in Detroit after a brief battle with lung cancer. He was 69.

U2's Suits and Slacks (E! Online)
E! Online - It's a beautiful day for U2--the group managed to sue the pants off a former band aide.

A Look Back at Live 8 (E! Online)
E! Online - Three days after the Live 8 concerts were heard around the world, their impact continues to reverberate.

R. Kelly Wins One, Loses One (E! Online)
E! Online - As has become custom in R. Kelly's kiddie porn case, the long-in-the-works trial has yet again been delayed.

AOL Takes Streaming Video to Next Level (AP)
AP - How times have changed since Victoria's Secret tried to broadcast its Spring Fashion Show over the Internet more than six years ago.

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