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Stone to Direct WTC Film Starring Cage (AP)
AP - Nearly four years after the collapse of the World Trade Center, Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone will direct a film based on the story of two police officers who were trapped in the rubble on Sept. 11, 2001.

Plea Agreement Proposed in Letterman Case (AP)
AP - Attorneys reached a tentative plea agreement Friday in the case of a man charged with plotting to kidnap the young son of talk show host David Letterman, a prosecutor said.

Vandross' Funeral Soulful and Powerful (AP)
AP - The funeral service for eight-time Grammy winner Luther Vandross hit just the right notes Friday: soulful, joyful and powerful, an echo of the late singer's unforgettable voice.

Woman Who Threatened Zeta-Jones Sentenced (AP)
AP - A woman who pleaded no contest to stalking and threatening Catherine Zeta-Jones was sentenced Friday to three years in state prison, but with credit for time served, she could be behind bars for less than a year.

Minogue Visits Sick Children in Australia (AP)
AP - Pop star Kylie Minogue, who recently underwent breast cancer surgery, visited children in an Australian hospital who also are stricken with cancer.

Stone to Direct WTC Film Starring Cage (AP)
AP - Nearly four years after the collapse of the World Trade Center, Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone will direct a film based on the story of two police officers who were trapped in the rubble on Sept. 11, 2001.

INXS Gets What It Needs (E! Online)
E! Online - Record deal. Check. Comeback tour scheduled. Check. Now all that's left on INXS' to-do list is a doozy: find a new lead singer.

Plea Agreement Proposed in Letterman Case (AP)
AP - Attorneys reached a tentative plea agreement Friday in the case of a man charged with plotting to kidnap the young son of talk show host David Letterman, a prosecutor said.

Reality TV writers claim Calif. labor law breaches (Reuters)
Reuters - A dozen writers who work in the booming arena of "reality" television have sued networks and production companies for what they say are violations of California labor law governing overtime wages and meal breaks.

Veterans of 'Little Women' and 'Les Miz' Sing in Workshop of Broadway-Bound 'Tale of Two Cities' (Playbill)
Playbill - Broadway veterans and newcomers will be part of a five-week summer workshop of the new Broadway-bound musical A Tale of Two Cities, Playbill.com has learned.

Stone to Direct WTC Film Starring Cage (AP)
AP - Nearly four years after the collapse of the World Trade Center, Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone will direct a film based on the story of two police officers who were trapped in the rubble on Sept. 11, 2001.

Film on Jewish Life in Germany Wins Prize (AP)
AP - A lighthearted movie that looks at contemporary Jewish life in Germany swept the German film awards Friday.

Stone, Cage Do 9-11 (E! Online)
E! Online - The Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks have gone from taboo to trendy.

Luther Vandross' All-Star Send-Off (E! Online)
E! Online - Luther Vandross spent his career singing about the power of love; at his funeral Friday, it was sung right back at him.

Review: 'Fantastic Four' Is a Freak Show (AP)
AP - "Fantastic Four" got there first, developing the concept of superheroes as a dysfunctional family four decades ago. But "The Incredibles" did it far, far better on the big screen.

Jewish comedy sweeps German film prize awards (Reuters)
Reuters - A light-hearted comedy lampooning Jewish life in Germany and shattering post-war taboos in the process stole the show at the German Film Prize on Friday, winning six awards in the world's most lucrative film contest.

Media Honchos Consider Online Strategies (AP)
AP - As they work to come to grips with the Internet, entertainment moguls have a very clear goal: don't let what happened to the music industry happen to the rest of the entertainment industry.

Woman Sentenced Zeta-Jones Stalking Case (AP)
AP - A woman who pleaded no contest to stalking and threatening Catherine Zeta-Jones was sentenced Friday to three years in state prison, but with credit for time served, she could be imprisoned for as little as seven months.

Bierko, Hall join Tomei in thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Craig Bierko, who played boxer Max Baer in "Cinderella Man," and Regina Hall ("The Honeymooners") are joining Marisa Tomei in the psychological thriller "Danika."

Katie Holmes Poses in Wedding Dress (AP)
AP - The future Mrs. Tom Cruise has already tried on at least one wedding gown. Katie Holmes appears in the August issue of W magazine posing in a Commes des Garcons wedding dress and continuing to gush about her fiance. The couple, who went public with their relationship in April, haven't announced a date for their marriage.

INXS Gets What It Needs (E! Online)
E! Online - Record deal. Check. Comeback tour scheduled. Check. Now all that's left on INXS' to-do list is a doozy: find a new lead singer.

Omarion Nixes Prayer Request (E! Online)
E! Online - Omarion might or might not have asked for prayers after the deadly terror bombings in London, but he might need them now that he's got a major publicity headache.

Minogue Visits Sick Children in Australia (AP)
AP - Pop star Kylie Minogue, who recently underwent breast cancer surgery, visited children in an Australian hospital who also are stricken with cancer.

Vandross' Funeral Soulful and Powerful (AP)
AP - The funeral service for eight-time Grammy winner Luther Vandross hit just the right notes Friday: soulful, joyful and powerful, an echo of the late singer's unforgettable voice.

NY Philharmonic Names Associate Conductor (AP)
AP - Xian Zhang has been appointed associate conductor of the New York Philharmonic, 18 months after she made her debut with the orchestra.

MTV & VH1's Redemption Song (E! Online)
E! Online - After striking a sour note with viewers over their shoddy coverage of the Live 8 concerts last weekend, MTV and VH1 are making an effort to get back on key.

B.I.G. Family Vows to Keep Going (E! Online)
E! Online - The family of the late Notorious B.I.G. scored a huge victory in court this week. Now his survivors are looking to land a knockout blow to the city of Los Angeles and its oft maligned police department.

MTV Will Air 10 Hours of Live 8 Reruns (AP)
AP - In the television equivalent of a do-over, the MTV Networks said they would air 10 commercial-free hours of performances Saturday from last weekend's Live 8 concerts.

Media Honchos Consider Online Strategies (AP)
AP - As they work to come to grips with the Internet, entertainment moguls have a very clear goal: don't let what happened to the music industry happen to the rest of the entertainment industry.

Sugarland Takes Alternate Route to Top (AP)
AP - The classic Nashville success story begins with a beat-up guitar and a Greyhound bus ticket. And then there's Sugarland. The Atlanta trio, whose debut album "Twice the Speed of Life" is at No. 5 on the Billboard country chart, was already a successful club act with a rabid following when it signed a major-label deal with Mercury in 2003.

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