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Diaz Wasn't Ashamed of Topless Photos (AP)
AP - Cameron Diaz testified Thursday she was not ashamed of topless pictures taken early in her career by a photographer who threatened to sell them before the release of one of her films.

'Desperate Housewives' Gets 15 Emmy Nods (AP)
AP - Prime-time TV soap operas rarely bring home Emmys. "Dallas," "Knots Landing" and "Dynasty" never won best-series awards. "Dynasty" set a record as the biggest also-ran in Emmy history with 24 losses and no wins. But "Desperate Housewives," a dark satire about life in suburbia, may have found a way to finesse the system.

Christian Slater Turns Down Plea Deal (AP)
AP - Christian Slater rejected a plea bargain deal from prosecutors Thursday on a charge of allegedly groping a woman.

Harry Potter Retailers Wage Price War (AP)
AP - As fans desperate to read the latest adventures of schoolboy wizard Harry Potter place orders for the new book due out Saturday, bookshops and other sellers are practicing some dark arts to ensure a share of the profits.

Judge Dismisses Libel Claim Against Moore (AP)
AP - A federal judge Thursday threw out a libel and defamation lawsuit filed against filmmaker Michael Moore by the brother of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols.

Diaz Wasn't Ashamed of Topless Photos (AP)
AP - Cameron Diaz testified Thursday she was not ashamed of topless pictures taken early in her career by a photographer who threatened to sell them before the release of one of her films.

Houston Rapper Fired As Baggage Screener (AP)
AP - When Bassam Khalaf raps, he's the Arabic Assassin. His unreleased CD, "Terror Alert," includes rhymes about flying a plane into a building and descriptions of himself as a "crazy, suicidal Arabic ... equipped with bombs."

Emmy Noms Look "Desperate" (E! Online)
E! Online - The women of Wisteria Lane--or, most of them anyway--should be feeling a little less desperate after being shown the love of 15 Emmy nominations Thursday.

SpongeBob Pitching Fruits and Vegetables (AP)
AP - Skip the Krabby Patty, SpongeBob SquarePants is going veggie. Pictures of the happy-go-lucky sponge will appear on packages of carrots, spinach and citrus starting next month, under licensing deals with produce companies. Dora the Explorer and other Nickelodeon characters also will debut on fruit and vegetable packages, according to the network.

Ready to Astonish, 'Little Women' Tour Has Its Jo and Laurie (Playbill)
Playbill - Kate Fisher and Stephen Brian Patterson, both seen in Broadway's Les Misrables, will play Jo March and the boy next door, Laurie, respectively, in the national tour of Little Women-The Musical.

Diaz Wasn't Ashamed of Topless Photos (AP)
AP - Cameron Diaz testified Thursday she was not ashamed of topless pictures taken early in her career by a photographer who threatened to sell them before the release of one of her films.

No "Dukes" for Cooter (E! Online)
E! Online - Ben "Cooter" Jones has a message for fans eager to check out the soon-to-be released Dukes of Hazzard movie: Stay home, y'all.

Superheroes Abound at Movies This Year (AP)
AP - "I want suit approval." Who can blame Vincent Chase, the movie-star character on HBO's "Entourage," for his Aquaman ultimatum? He understands that superhero films teeter on a precarious edge between laughable ("Cat Woman") and arguably brilliant ("Spider-Man").

Judge Dismisses Libel Claim Against Moore (AP)
AP - A federal judge Thursday threw out a libel and defamation lawsuit filed against filmmaker Michael Moore by the brother of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols.

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

Christian Slater Turns Down Plea Deal (AP)
AP - Christian Slater rejected a plea bargain deal from prosecutors Thursday on a charge of allegedly groping a woman.

Zsa Zsa Gabor Back Home After Stroke (AP)
AP - Zsa Zsa Gabor was back home after a minor stroke and successful emergency surgery last week to clear a blocked artery.

Toronto film fest gets Cash advance (Reuters)
Reuters - The Johnny Cash movie "Walk the Line," starring Joaquin Phoenix as the "Man in Black," will receive its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, organizers said Wednesday.

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."

'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.

Houston Rapper Fired As Baggage Screener (AP)
AP - When Bassam Khalaf raps, he's the Arabic Assassin. His unreleased CD, "Terror Alert," includes rhymes about flying a plane into a building and descriptions of himself as a "crazy, suicidal Arabic ... equipped with bombs."

FCC Delays Work on Media Ownership Rules (AP)
AP - Crafting new rules on how many broadcast stations and newspapers one company can own is not going to be easy, since federal regulators can't even agree on how to get started.

Carey, Stefani, Peas maintain singles lead (Reuters)
Reuters - Mariah Carey, Gwen Stefani and the Black Eyed Peas occupied the top three slots on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart for a second week Thursday, but the Pussycat Dolls, Rihanna, Missy Elliott and Kelly Clarkson were turning up the heat.

Beyonce's "Baby" Suit (E! Online)
E! Online - Beyonce Knowles' destiny these days looks to be in the courtroom.

EMI Says Coldplay Album Lifts Revenue (AP)
AP - Music company EMI Group PLC on Thursday credited big sales of the new albums from Coldplay and Gorillaz for pushing revenues and operating profits for the fiscal year ahead of the same period last year.

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.

Concert review: American Idols Live (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.

Usher Opens Camp for Young Performers (AP)
AP - Usher, who began singing at age 6, has opened a summer camp to help some other prodigies-in-training.

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.

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