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Restraining Order Issued in Farrell Case (AP)
AP - A temporary restraining order was issued Tuesday against a woman who is allegedly trying to distribute a sex tape involving her and actor Colin Farrell.

Defense Opens Case in Diaz Photos Trial (AP)
AP - An attorney for a photographer accused of threatening to sell topless photos of actress Cameron Diaz opened his case Tuesday with testimony that his client was conscientious about getting models to sign releases.

Readers Respond to New Potter Book (AP)
AP - Madelyne Heyman began reading the new Harry Potter book last Saturday morning and needed just a day to read all 672 pages. Getting over the ending may take a little longer.

Farrow Defends Polanski at Libel Trial (AP)
AP - Mia Farrow has defended film director Roman Polanski in his libel trial, denying a claim by Vanity Fair magazine that he tried to seduce a woman days after his wife's brutal murder.

'Aristocrats' a Dirty Joke of a Film (AP)
AP - This ain't no Walt Disney production — not with the language. Or the imagery. Or the bestiality.

CBS' New Movies Include Pope, Stewart (AP)
AP - An upcoming CBS miniseries about Pope John Paul II is a "papal page turner," the network's programming chief said Tuesday.

Lil' Kim's M.A.F.I.A. Beef (E! Online)
E! Online - Two weeks after being sentenced to a year in prison for her conviction on federal perjury and conspiracy charges, Lil' Kim is getting even with one of the ex-pals who helped put her there.

CBS to fight 'Desperate Housewives' with thrillers (Reuters)
Reuters - CBS unveiled plans on Tuesday to battle rival ABC's blockbuster hit "Desperate Housewives" with a series of made-for-TV movies about vampire bats, serial killers, bomb scares and Martha Stewart.

'Madagascar,' 'War' vie for foreign honors (Reuters)
Reuters - "Madagascar" and "War of the Worlds" ran neck-and-neck over the weekend for top honors at the foreign box office, with the animated film narrowly edging the sci-fi thriller, $31.8 million vs. $30 million.

Isn't It Rare? New "Sondheim Sings: Volume II" CD To Reveal the Work of a Younger Sondheim (Playbill)
Playbill - PS Classics Inc., the nonprofit company dedicated to the preservation of American musical theatre heritage, will release the second volume of its acclaimed "Sondheim Sings" CD series in late October.

CBS' New Movies Include Pope, Stewart (AP)
AP - An upcoming CBS miniseries about Pope John Paul II is a "papal page turner," the network's programming chief said Tuesday.

A Smurfin' Movie Deal (E! Online)
E! Online - Fans of a certain animated tribe of small, blue woodland creatures haven't gotten a lot of love lately: No new TV episodes, no old TV episodes on DVD (outside of a couple of import releases), no real news on a long-rumored movie.

Experts Say Diaz Signature Was Forged (AP)
AP - Two forensic experts have testified that a signature on a model release form involving topless photos of Cameron Diaz appeared to be forged, using an autographed publicity photo of the actress.

'Aristocrats' a Dirty Joke of a Film (AP)
AP - This ain't no Walt Disney production — not with the language. Or the imagery. Or the bestiality.

Farrow Defends Polanski at Libel Trial (AP)
AP - Mia Farrow has defended film director Roman Polanski in his libel trial, denying a claim by Vanity Fair magazine that he tried to seduce a woman days after his wife's brutal murder.

Mia Farrow in court recalls distraught Polanski (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood actress Mia Farrow said on Tuesday Roman Polanski was in "really bad shape" when he was alleged to have tried to seduce a woman in a restaurant while on his way to his slain wife's funeral.

Colin Farrell Sues Woman Over Sex Tape (AP)
AP - Actor Colin Farrell is suing a woman for allegedly trying to distribute and profit from a sex tape he says the two recorded with the agreement they would never make it public.

Howard Finally Takes the Lead in 'Flow' (AP)
AP - A Sunday morning sun shimmers over high-end boutiques. Terrence Howard is sitting at a table outside the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel, dragging on his cigarette, eyeing the tourists posing across the street, when a bus door opens.

'Loggerheads' top U.S. film at Outfest (Reuters)
Reuters - Tim Kirkman's "Loggerheads," a drama starring Kip Pardue, Tess Harper and Bonnie Hunt in three interlocking stories, was named top American feature at Outfest 2005, the gay and film festival that wrapped in Los Angeles Sunday.

'Madagascar,' 'War' vie for foreign honors (Reuters)
Reuters - "Madagascar" and "War of the Worlds" ran neck-and-neck over the weekend for top honors at the foreign box office, with the animated film narrowly edging the sci-fi thriller, $31.8 million vs. $30 million.

Lil' Kim's M.A.F.I.A. Beef (E! Online)
E! Online - Two weeks after being sentenced to a year in prison for her conviction on federal perjury and conspiracy charges, Lil' Kim is getting even with one of the ex-pals who helped put her there.

Baltimore Symphony Appoints Alsop (AP)
AP - Marin Alsop was appointed music director of the Baltimore Symphony on Tuesday, overcoming vigorous dissent by its musicians and becoming the first woman to head a major American orchestra.

Ashanti Accused of Dissing Producer (E! Online)
E! Online - One of Ashanti's earliest boosters is complaining the R&B sensation isn't always on time when it comes to paying up.

AP Music Reviews of Yerba Buena (AP)
AP - Selected music reviews:

Coldplay gets third shot at U.K.'s Mercury Prize (Reuters)
Reuters - British rock band Coldplay was given its third shot at a Mercury Prize Tuesday when its third album, the multi-million selling "X&Y" was short-listed for the highly regarded but often quirky music award that honors albums from the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Lil' Kim Sues Witness From Perjury Trial (AP)
AP - Lil' Kim has filed a $6 million lawsuit against one of the two men who gave wounding testimony at her recent trial on perjury and conspiracy charges.

Lauryn Hill Star at Stockholm Jazz Fest (AP)
AP - Grammy-winning singer Lauryn Hill and Beninoise diva Angelique Kidjo are among the star attractions at the 22nd edition of the Stockholm Jazz Festival starting Tuesday in the Swedish capital.

Rolling Stones add second Hollywood Bowl date (Reuters)
Reuters - The Rolling Stones have added a second show at the Hollywood Bowl, the historic venue they last played in 1966.

Wilco joining Farm Aid lineup (Reuters)
Reuters - Wilco has confirmed that it will be among the artists appearing at the 20th anniversary edition of Farm Aid, which takes place Sept. 18 show in Tinley Park, Ill.

'Rejected' Zombie jumps from film to stage (Reuters)
Reuters - Even as his second feature film, "The Devil's Rejects," is due to open in theaters Friday, Rob Zombie is thrilling fans with a return to his music career.

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