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Brad Pitt Diagnosed With Viral Meningitis (AP)
AP - Actor Brad Pitt has been diagnosed with a mild case of viral meningitis and was released from the hospital Wednesday, his publicist said.

'Cooter' Urges Fans to Skip 'Dukes' Movie (AP)
AP - If television's "Crazy Cooter" has his way, fans of the "Dukes of Hazzard" may be speeding away from a new movie version of the cornpone classic faster than the Duke boys running from Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane.

Cameron Diaz to Testify in Photos Case (AP)
AP - Cameron Diaz was expected to take the stand in a criminal trial that began Wednesday with prosecutors saying a photographer blackmailed the actress by offering to sell back topless photos he took before she became a star.

Actor Fox Urges Congress on Stem Cell Bill (AP)
AP - Actor Michael J. Fox is pushing Congress hard to lift President Bush's restrictions on embryonic stem cell research.

Red Sox's Bronson Arroyo Makes Debut Album (AP)
AP - Athletes want to be rock stars and rock stars want to be athletes. Bronson Arroyo gets to be both. The Boston Red Sox pitcher comes out this week with "Covering the Bases," his debut album of '90s cover songs.

Brewster buzzed about 'Chainsaw' prequel (Reuters)
Reuters - Jordana Brewster is in negotiations to star in the untitled prequel to the recent remake of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre."

American Idols go on tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Given the enormous ratings generated by Fox's "American Idol," it would seem reasonable to expect that the latest postseason arena tour featuring the show's most recent finalists would, at the very least, include a few sparkling costumes, some lively choreography, maybe a set piece or two, backup singers -- anything to fill these very big buildings.

'Housewives,' 'Raymond' Seek Emmy Bids (AP)
AP - Hot newcomer "Desperate Housewives" and dearly departed "Everybody Loves Raymond" were among the TV series seeking a share of Emmy nominations glory this year.

'Panther' promo ally tickled pink by delay (Reuters)
Reuters - When a studio postpones a movie's release date, it can wreak havoc for promotional partners who already might have started running ads, sweepstakes or launched other promotional activities tied to the movie.

Richard Greenberg Crashes Capote's Ball in World Premiere, 'Bal Masque,' in Busy Season for D.C.'s Theater J (Playbill)
Playbill - Theater J, the resident Equity company in Washington, D.C., devoted to Jewish themes and voices, will present no less than three world premieres in its 2005-06 season - including a new work by the prolific Richard Greenberg.

Brewster buzzed about 'Chainsaw' prequel (Reuters)
Reuters - Jordana Brewster is in negotiations to star in the untitled prequel to the recent remake of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre."

Independence Day for Transformers (E! Online)
E! Online - Optimus Prime has a prime release date: The Fourth of July.

'Cooter' Urges Fans to Skip 'Dukes' Movie (AP)
AP - If television's "Crazy Cooter" has his way, fans of the "Dukes of Hazzard" may be speeding away from a new movie version of the cornpone classic faster than the Duke boys running from Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane.

Toronto Has "Proof," "Pride" (E! Online)
E! Online - You can't say that Hollywood isn't doing its part to make NAFTA work.

Thornton a Natural for Movie's Booze Hound (AP)
AP - Billy Bob Thornton has effectively brought the drunk, foul-mouthed Kriss Kringle of his "Bad Santa" to the baseball diamond.

Actor Fox Urges Congress on Stem Cell Bill (AP)
AP - Actor Michael J. Fox is pushing Congress hard to lift President Bush's restrictions on embryonic stem cell research.

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

Duff, Schneider to Host Teen Choice Awards (AP)
AP - Hilary Duff and Rob Schneider will co-host the 2005 Teen Choice Awards, Fox announced Tuesday.

UCLA to establish gay film archive (Reuters)
Reuters - The UCLA Film and Television Archive wants to create the largest publicly accessible collection of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender films in the world.

AMC theater chain doesn't get dirty joke (Reuters)
Reuters - "The dirtiest joke ever told" won't be told in an AMC theater.

American Idols go on tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Given the enormous ratings generated by Fox's "American Idol," it would seem reasonable to expect that the latest postseason arena tour featuring the show's most recent finalists would, at the very least, include a few sparkling costumes, some lively choreography, maybe a set piece or two, backup singers -- anything to fill these very big buildings.

Pearl Jam rocking Montana for Democrat (Reuters)
Reuters - Pearl Jam will play an Aug. 29 concert in Missoula, Mont., where bassist Jeff Ament went to college, to raise money for a U.S. Senate bid by Democrat Jon Tester.

Dylan offers rarities bonanza on new 'Bootleg' disc (Reuters)
Reuters - More than two-dozen previously unreleased Bob Dylan tracks will be found on "No Direction Home: The Soundtrack," due in stores Aug. 30.

Weiland's Record Wiped After Rehab (E! Online)
E! Online - Because the Velvet Revolver frontman successfully completed a stint in a court-approved treatment facility, a Pasadena court commissioner dismissed drug charges against the rocker Tuesday.

P. Diddy Closes Book on Suit (E! Online)
E! Online - Apparently, P. Diddy is too busy living large to take the time to pen his memoirs.

Queen Rocks London Heroes (E! Online)
E! Online - Nothing will stop Queen from hailing the real champions.

Queen Invites Emergency Workers to Show (AP)
AP - Rock group Queen, whose open-air concert planned for London's Hyde Park was postponed by a week because of the terrorist attacks, said it will invite thousands of emergency services personnel to Friday's event in a gesture of thanks.

Red Sox's Bronson Arroyo Makes Debut Album (AP)
AP - Athletes want to be rock stars and rock stars want to be athletes. Bronson Arroyo gets to be both. The Boston Red Sox pitcher comes out this week with "Covering the Bases," his debut album of '90s cover songs.

Roger Waters Set to Debut His First Opera (AP)
AP - Although Roger Waters dabbled with operatic themes in Pink Floyd's "The Wall," he's never written a traditional opera — until now.

R. Kelly "Trapped" at No. 1 (E! Online)
E! Online - Despite a litany of legal troubles, most involving his purported penchant for videotaping sexual encounters, the R&B star is back at number one on the Billboard 200 pop album chart with TP.3 Reloaded--thanks in part to the controversial, voyeuristic new single and video, "Trapped in the Closet," about a adulterous encounter gone wrong.

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