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Pitt Hospitalized With Flu-Like Symptoms (AP)
AP - Actor Brad Pitt has been hospitalized with a flu-like illness. Pitt, 41, checked himself into an undisclosed Los Angeles area hospital Monday night complaining of flu-like symptoms, his publicist Cindy Guagenti said Tuesday. There were no other details and the name of the hospital wasn't disclosed for security reasons.

Sizemore Misses Hearing, Checks Into Rehab (AP)
AP - Actor Tom Sizemore missed a probation violation hearing Tuesday after checking into a live-in drug rehabilitation program.

'P. Diddy' Resolves Random House Suit (AP)
AP - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Random House, Inc., have settled a lawsuit in which the publisher alleged that the hip-hop mogul never paid back a $300,000 advance for a memoir he never completed.

Harry Potter Books Sold by Accident (AP)
AP - A handful of people in Canada got a sneak peak of the latest Harry Potter book, but a British Columbia Supreme Court judge ordered them to keep it a secret.

Cruise Starts Shooting Film in Rome (AP)
AP - Tom Cruise started shooting scenes for "Mission: Impossible 3" in Rome on Tuesday by whizzing past the camera in a speedboat.

Robert Friedman to Step Down at Paramount (AP)
AP - Robert Friedman will resign as chief operating officer and vice chairman of Paramount Pictures' motion picture group to pursue other interests, the company said Tuesday

Paid music Web downloads triple in first half (Reuters)
Reuters - While U.S. album sales are off 7 percent year-to-date, songs sold over the Web through paid downloads have tripled in the first half of the year, music tracker Nielsen SoundScan said on Tuesday.

Saving "Simple Life"? (E! Online)
E! Online - Who cares about The Simple Life--Fox should crank out a reality show called Behind the Scenes of "The Simple Life", because that's where all the action is.

Robert Friedman to Step Down at Paramount (AP)
AP - Robert Friedman will resign as chief operating officer and vice chairman of Paramount Pictures' motion picture group to pursue other interests, the company said Tuesday

Thereby Hangs a Tale: 'As You Like It' Opens in Central Park (Playbill)
Playbill - Sweet lovers may love the spring, as Shakespeare says in As You Like It, but lovers of that comedy will have to settle for a summer production that stars Brian Bedford, Jennifer Ikeda, Richard Thomas, James Waterston and Lynn Collins, and opens at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park on July 12, after previews from June 25.

Robert Friedman to Step Down at Paramount (AP)
AP - Robert Friedman will resign as chief operating officer and vice chairman of Paramount Pictures' motion picture group to pursue other interests, the company said Tuesday

"Mission" Possible; Cruise Rolls (E! Online)
E! Online - The third installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise is finally on.

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

Paltrow, Diaz Lead Toronto Fest Premieres (AP)
AP - Gwyneth Paltrow, Cameron Diaz and Keira Knightley will be among the headliners at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Brad Pitt Hospitalized in Los Angeles (AP)
AP - Actor Brad Pitt has been hospitalized with a flu-like illness. Pitt, 41, checked himself into an undisclosed Los Angeles area hospital Monday night complaining of flu-like symptoms, his publicist Cindy Guagenti said Tuesday. There were no other details and the name of the hospital wasn't disclosed for security reasons.

Cruise Starts Shooting Film in Rome (AP)
AP - Tom Cruise started shooting scenes for "Mission: Impossible 3" in Rome on Tuesday by whizzing past the camera in a speedboat.

Morissette, Smith to Guest on Teen Soap (AP)
AP - Alanis Morissette is being sent to the principal's office. The singer-songwriter will guest star as a Canadian principal in The N's teen drama "Degrassi: The Next Generation" August 26 at 8 p.m. EDT.

FEATURE: Belgian film biz bustling (Reuters)
Reuters - One of the buzz films at Cannes in 1992 was the Belgian movie "Man Bites Dog."

Paltrow, Bloom in 'Love' cameos (Reuters)
Reuters - Gwyneth Paltrow and Orlando Bloom will make cameo appearances in the romantic comedy "Love and Other Disasters," which began shooting Monday.

Europe also suffering box office blues (Reuters)
Reuters - The North American box office is not alone in suffering a protracted slump.

Paid music Web downloads triple in first half (Reuters)
Reuters - While U.S. album sales are off 7 percent year-to-date, songs sold over the Web through paid downloads have tripled in the first half of the year, music tracker Nielsen SoundScan said on Tuesday.

'P. Diddy' Resolves Random House Suit (AP)
AP - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Random House, Inc., have settled a lawsuit in which the publisher alleged that the hip-hop mogul never paid back a $300,000 advance for a memoir he never completed.

Underwood Inside Her Skechers (E! Online)
E! Online - Carrie Underwood is lacing up the next stage of her career.

Jackson's Big Beatles Headache (E! Online)
E! Online - During the dark days of his criminal trial, when conventional wisdom said a financially strapped Michael Jackson should sell his 50 percent stake in the Beatles song catalog, the unconventional entertainer instead moved to buy the other 50 percent, a new lawsuit reveals.

Wal-Mart Tweaks Willie's Reggae (E! Online)
E! Online - No, you're not smoking something--the cover of Willie Nelson's new reggae album comes in two separate versions: regular and Wal-Mart.

Dell PCs Make Crow Happy (E! Online)
E! Online - If it helps sell records, it can't be that bad, right?

Farm Aid Turns 20 (E! Online)
E! Online - After 20 years, Farm Aid is getting back to its roots.

Stars to Donate Proceeds to Country Hall (AP)
AP - Kenny Chesney, Vince Gill, Gretchen Wilson and Big & Rich are among the many musicians who are donating proceeds from one of their concerts to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

AOL, XM Form Joint Entertainment Venture (AP)
AP - Live and on-demand concerts and comedy shows will serve as the foundation of a new America Online Inc.-backed joint venture announced Tuesday for delivering entertainment via the Internet, satellite, wireless and other platforms.

Ocasek looks to 'Nexterday,' Cars documentary (Reuters)
Reuters - Not much has been heard musically from Ric Ocasek since the release of his 1997 solo album, "Troublizing," as his main focus has been on producing such bands as Guided By Voices and Weezer.

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