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Latest Harry Potter Adventure Goes on Sale (AP)
AP - All of those happy Harry Potter fans, books at last in hand, may well be in for a good cry. "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," the sixth of J.K. Rowling's phenomenal, record-breaking series, is also her darkest, most grown-up work — haunted by death, complicated by love and heartbreaking to critics. "Break out the tissues," warns Associated Press reviewer Deepti Hajela. But the age of Potter VI dawned at midnight Saturday with millions of smiles and a bit of a wink from Rowling.

Rowling Promises Answers in Potter Book (AP)
AP - As midnight drew near, Harry Potter's creator arrived at the glowering medieval castle, prepared to crack open the next adventure the world has been waiting for.

Review: New 'Harry Potter' Packs a Punch (AP)
AP - A word of caution to all those hard-core fans about to dive into the latest adventures of Harry Potter: There will be tears. Yours.

Christina Aguilera Injures Arm at LA Home (AP)
AP - Singer Christina Aguilera accidentally cut her arm at home and has been forced to wear a cast and sling, her publicist said.

'Idol' Winner Underwood Lands Sneaker Deal (AP)
AP - "American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood has agreed to an endorsement deal with Skechers, a California sneaker maker that has also used music stars Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera in its advertising.

Fez of 'That '70s Show' dons superhero garb (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor Wilmer Valderrama, best known as Fez on Fox television's "That '70s Show," says he needed a special swagger to become Hollywood's first Latino superhero, but he insists it's all in the suit.

Eminem's Early Retirement? (E! Online)
E! Online - The rapper is apparently ready to hang up his mike, at least according to a report Friday in his hometown newpaper, the Detroit Free Press.

ABC Blasted for Live 8 F-Bomb (E! Online)
E! Online - Live 8 may prove to have been a little too live for ABC.

More Marketers Cozy Up To User-Created Content (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Often thought of as the dregs of the Internet, user-generated content is getting a second look from advertisers, who are using new technology and approaches to benefit from consumers' willingness to create and share content for free.

Former Elphaba Eden Espinosa Returns to 'Wicked' in San Francisco as Tour Star Block Rests (Playbill)
Playbill - Eden Espinosa, the original Broadway standby for the role of Elphaba in Wicked, will defy gravity as the green-skinned witch again for the national tour's San Francisco stop at the Orpheum Theatre while Stephanie J. Block recovers from an injury.

Fez of 'That '70s Show' dons superhero garb (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor Wilmer Valderrama, best known as Fez on Fox television's "That '70s Show," says he needed a special swagger to become Hollywood's first Latino superhero, but he insists it's all in the suit.

Swank, Costner to Narrate Sept. 11 Film (AP)
AP - Hilary Swank and Kevin Costner will narrate the upcoming film "On Native Soil: The Documentary of the 9/11 Commission Report."

Freaks, geeks set for Conan at Comic-Con (Reuters)
Reuters - Ready to embrace your inner geek? Then take thyself to San Diego this weekend. There you can grab a broadsword, sit on Conan the Cimmerian's throne and pose for a portrait with four Nemedian slave girls.

Jackie Chan Wants Riskier Film Roles (AP)
AP - Jackie Chan says he prefers making movies in Asia because he can try risky new genres on his home turf, while in Hollywood, he stars in action comedies that are more likely to be box office hits.

Diaz Wasn't Ashamed of Topless Photos (AP)
AP - Cameron Diaz testified 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.

Review: 'Happy Endings' Delivers on Title (AP)
AP - "Happy Endings" delivers on its title and then some. The big, offbeat ensemble tale from writer-director Don Roos piles on enough finales to rival the endless conclusion of the last "Lord of the Rings" movie.

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.

Rapper LL Cool J targets women with film deal (Reuters)
Reuters - In a bid to attract black female moviegoers, Lions Gate Films has signed a multipicture deal with rapper/actor LL Cool J, whose first project will be an urban version of "Fatal Attraction."

'Charlie' set for sweet weekend at box office (Reuters)
Reuters - Johnny Depp is set to lure kids of all ages to movie theaters this weekend when "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" rolls down the conveyer belt.

Film review: The Aristocrats (Reuters)
Reuters - The Firesign Theatre used to do a bit about Dial-a-Dirty-Joke. A guy on a bad acid trip would dial a wrong number and get the dirty joke instead.

Eminem's Early Retirement? (E! Online)
E! Online - The rapper is apparently ready to hang up his mike, at least according to a report Friday in his hometown newpaper, the Detroit Free Press.

'Idol' Winner Underwood Lands Sneaker Deal (AP)
AP - "American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood has agreed to an endorsement deal with Skechers, a California sneaker maker that has also used music stars Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera in its advertising.

Christina Aguilera Injures Arm at LA Home (AP)
AP - Singer Christina Aguilera accidentally cut her arm at home and has been forced to wear a cast and sling, her publicist said.

Crow's Song for Lance: 'Make 'Em Suffer' (AP)
AP - If Sheryl Crow wrote a song about Lance Armstrong, the title would be simple and to the point: "Make 'em suffer."

Village People Cop Busted (E! Online)
E! Online - It may be fun to stay at the Y.M.C.A, but spending time in j-a-i-l is likely no walk in the park, even for a macho man.

Alsop Expects to Direct Baltimore Symphony (AP)
AP - Marin Alsop, an American considered one of the world's top female conductors, says she expects to be appointed music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Anger Management Tour Bus Crashes (E! Online)
E! Online - An Anger Management tour bus carrying members of Eminem's entourage was involved in a serious accident Wednesday night in Missouri.

New York Dolls recording follow-up to 1974 album (Reuters)
Reuters - After reuniting last year for the first time in decades, seminal underground rock act the New York Dolls is at work on its first new studio album since 1974's "Too Much Too Soon."

Concert review: Carole King (Reuters)
Reuters - Representing the world's largest living room, the cavernous Radio City Music Hall was perhaps not the most ideal venue for Carole King's "Living Room Tour," which landed there Wednesday night.

Alt music, culture gets fresh spin at L.A. fest (Reuters)
Reuters - Musicians both noted and obscure, as well as a sidebar cavalcade of art, film and culture, will perform in the Los Angeles hipster suburb of Los Feliz on Sept. 4-5 with the debut of ArthurFest.

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