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Singer Frances Langford Dies at 91 (AP)
AP - Frances Langford, whose steamy rendition of "I'm in the Mood for Love" captivated soldiers when she was part of Bob Hope's USO tours during World War II, died Monday at the age of 92. Langford had been ill with congestive heart failure and died at her home in Jensen Beach, said her lawyer, Evans Crary Jr.

Doctor Files Lawsuit Against Don Imus (AP)
AP - A doctor who once cared for sick children at Don Imus' New Mexico ranch has sued the tart-tongued radio personality for slander, claiming he made false derogatory comments about him on his "Imus in the Morning" show.

Doc Baker on 'Little House' Dies at 77 (AP)
AP - Veteran television character actor Kevin Hagen, who left behind a string of Western bad guy roles to become the kindly Dr. Hiram Baker in "Little House on the Prairie," has died. He was 77.

Thompson's Ashes to Be Blasted From Cannon (AP)
AP - Friends and family of gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson are preparing to pepper the sky with the late writer's ashes. His cremated remains will be shot into the air Aug. 20 from a cannon installed on a 150-foot-high tower behind his home in Woody Creek.

Letterman Kidnap Prosecutors Reach Deal (AP)
AP - Prosecutors reached a plea agreement with the man accused of plotting to abduct David Letterman's young son, allowing him to plead guilty Monday to lesser charges and dropping a kidnapping-related charge.

When "Harry" Met "Charlie" (E! Online)
E! Online - Will Harry steal Charlie's golden ticket at the cash register?

Jackson Sued Over Beatles Library Finances (AP)
AP - A financial company specializing in asset acquisition sued Michael Jackson on Monday, saying it is owed $48 million in fees for rescuing the singer's stake in the publishing rights to songs by the Beatles.

Letterman Kidnap Prosecutors Reach Deal (AP)
AP - Prosecutors reached a plea agreement with the man accused of plotting to abduct David Letterman's young son, allowing him to plead guilty Monday to lesser charges and dropping a kidnapping-related charge.

Movie company Weinstein Co. hires CFO (Reuters)
Reuters - The Weinstein Co., the movie company formed by Miramax Film founders Bob and Harvey Weinstein, has hired Larry Madden as its chief financial officer, the company said on Monday.

Mitch Albom's New Play, 'And the Winner Is,' Is a Hit in Michigan; Four Weeks Added (Playbill)
Playbill - The Purple Rose Theatre Company in Chelsea, Michigan, will add four weeks to its current world premiere run of Mitch Albom's comedy And the Winner Is.

When "Harry" Met "Charlie" (E! Online)
E! Online - Will Harry steal Charlie's golden ticket at the cash register?

'Fantastic Four' Snaps Hollywood Slump (AP)
AP - Superheroes did super business as "Fantastic Four" debuted with $56.1 million in its opening weekend, helping to end Hollywood's longest slump on record.

"Fantastic Four" Foils Slump (E! Online)
E! Online - Yoda couldn't do it. Batman failed, too. It finally took the heroics of Fantastic Four to stop that most nefarious of villains--the dastardly Box Office Slump.

DreamWorks Lowers Full-Year Profit Outlook (AP)
AP - Less than a year after going public on the strength of hit films such as "Shrek," DreamWorks Animation Inc. SKG is battling a DVD market slump that forced it to warn Monday of a loss in the second quarter and to lower its full-year outlook.

'Gladiator' may return but perhaps without Crowe (Reuters)
Reuters - Russell Crowe's character may have been killed off at the end of the Oscar-winning movie "Gladiator," but that doesn't mean there won't be a sequel, Crowe's co-star, Djimon Hounsou, said on Monday.

Wonka's Charlie Bucket Just a Regular Guy (AP)
AP - Peter Ostrum takes off his hay-scratched cap and gloves, then walks into a classroom at Lowville Academy. "This is the boy," a teacher says, introducing a smiling, 47-year-old mustachioed man.

Q&A: Depp Talks Movies, Fame and Family (AP)
AP - Once known as a Hollywood bad boy, Johnny Depp has grown into more of a suburban dad. These days, Depp can be found at his home in the south of France with singer-actress Vanessa Paradis and their two children, 6-year-old Lily Rose and 3-year-old Jack.

Slim Thug Aims Nationwide With Album (AP)
AP - Slim Thug is a Goliath on the Houston rap scene, and it has nothing to do with his 6-foot-6, 265-pound frame.

Gyllenhall Learns Not to Talk Politics (AP)
AP - Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal says she has learned the hard way not to talk about politics on the red carpet.

Poll: Celebrities Identify With Goofy (AP)
AP - John Stamos, Kelsey Grammer and Jim Belushi are goofy for Goofy, while David Arquette, Peyton Manning and Terry Bradshaw are daffy about Donald Duck, according to a recent Disney survey.

Jackson Sued Over Beatles Library Finances (AP)
AP - A financial company specializing in asset acquisition sued Michael Jackson on Monday, saying it is owed $48 million in fees for rescuing the singer's stake in the publishing rights to songs by the Beatles.

McCartney Spreads Wings (E! Online)
E! Online - Here, there and everywhere is a pretty good description of Paul McCartney's schedule over the past months.

Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp set Farm Aid 20 (Reuters)
Reuters - Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp announced plans on Monday for Farm Aid No. 20, with an emphasis on saving family farms by creating demands for organic food and alternative energy sources.

Singer Frances Langford Dies at 91 (AP)
AP - Frances Langford, whose steamy rendition of "I'm in the Mood for Love" captivated soldiers when she was part of Bob Hope's USO tours during World War II, died Monday at the age of 91.

Q&A: Classical Pianist Christopher O'Riley (AP)
AP - Between hosting the popular radio show From the Top, performing around the world and preparing to record an Elliott Smith album, classical pianist Christopher O'Riley, 49, has lots on his plate.

Sigur Ros sets new album track list (Reuters)
Reuters - Icelandic rock act Sigur Ros has set a Sept. 12 internationally release for its new EMI album, "Takk," which is Icelandic for "Thanks." The 11-cut release will be issued the following day by Geffen in North America.

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.

Willie Nelson Takes Reggae Turn (AP)
AP - Willie Nelson is so prolific that sometimes even he forgets he has another record coming out.

Podcasts get iTunes stamp of approval (Reuters)
Reuters - If Apple Computer podcasts, they will come. Or so it seems after the company added support for the new broadcasting technology to its latest version of iTunes.

Live 8 concerts demonstrate power of digital media (Reuters)
Reuters - In the hours leading up to the TV broadcast of Live 8, AOL senior VP of programing Bill Wilson watched from his desk in New York as the number of visitors to his site's concert coverage grew.

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