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Pitt Makes Appearance Following Illness (AP)
AP - Brad Pitt, diagnosed with a mild case of viral meningitis and released from the hospital last week, accepted a $250,000 check on behalf of the Film Foundation Inc. at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association luncheon in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Jury Finds Ashanti Breached Contract (AP)
AP - Grammy-winning singer Ashanti hit a sour note with a federal jury, which concluded Thursday she owes $630,000 to her first producer for breach of contract.

Chris Rock Talks About His New Sitcom (AP)
AP - Chris Rock thought of other titles for his upcoming sitcom "Everybody Hates Chris": "Mad about Chris Rock" ... "Rockfeld."

Defense Rests in Diaz Photos Case (AP)
AP - The defense rested Thursday in the trial of a photographer charged with forging Cameron Diaz's signature in a bid to sell topless photos taken 11 years ago when she was a struggling model.

SAG President Gilbert Won't Seek 3rd Term (AP)
AP - Melissa Gilbert, who has presided over a sometimes bitterly divided Screen Actors Guild during the past four years, announced Thursday she won't seek a third term as president.

THQ plans film based on 'Destroy All Humans!' game (Reuters)
Reuters - Video game maker THQ Inc. said on Thursday it has hired United Talent Agency Inc. to spearhead its effort to make a movie based on its recently released "Destroy All Humans!" title.

Def Jam adds Latin market to its Familia (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Music Group's Def Jam Recordings division is launching Roc La Familia, a new imprint aimed at the exploding urban Latin market.

'Idol' DVDs to capture show's 'Best' and 'Worst' (Reuters)
Reuters - "American Idol" is making an encore appearance on DVD, this time in triplicate.

Emmis, others eye Disney's costly radio assets (Reuters)
Reuters - While the Walt Disney Co. is taking bids for its radio assets, potential buyers so far have balked at the hefty price tag, radio industry insiders confirmed Thursday.

NYC's Prospect Season Will Offer Three New Musicals, Including Lauded 'Tutor' and World Premiere 'Iron Curtain' (Playbill)
Playbill - Prospect Theater Company, the New York City troupe devoted to new works, announced a 2005-06 season to include the full production premiere of the award-winning musical The Tutor.

THQ plans film based on 'Destroy All Humans!' game (Reuters)
Reuters - Video game maker THQ Inc. said on Thursday it has hired United Talent Agency Inc. to spearhead its effort to make a movie based on its recently released "Destroy All Humans!" title.

Pitt Makes Appearance Following Illness (AP)
AP - Brad Pitt, diagnosed with a mild case of viral meningitis and released from the hospital last week, accepted a $250,000 check on behalf of the Film Foundation Inc. at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association luncheon in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Smith, Rock 'Hustle' for Terrence Howard (AP)
AP - At long last, Terrence Howard could stop hustling and roll with the flow. Love was all around the veteran character actor Wednesday night, as his low-budget drama, "Hustle & Flow," was treated to the kind of Hollywood premiere usually reserved for big-budget flicks: large, lavish and loaded with big-name guests.

Movie box office seen rising after slack summer (Reuters)
Reuters - Film industry insiders are optimistic that movie ticket sales will rebound in the second half of the year after a summer slump as more and better-quality films hit theaters.

Studio to Produce Film on Notorious B.I.G. (AP)
AP - Fox Searchlight says it has secured the rights to a film about slain rapper Notorious B.I.G. that is to be produced by the artist's mother and his former managers.

Germany a nation of depressed moaners, film shows (Reuters)
Reuters - A filmmaker who portrays his fellow Germans as a mass of collectively depressed moaners burdened with their dark history and fearful of a bleak bankrupt future said on Thursday he was a first-rate whiner himself.

Resemblance to Jackson Surprises Depp (AP)
AP - Johnny Depp, star of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," says he didn't base his Willy Wonka character on Michael Jackson — and is surprised that some people see a resemblance.

Doohan to Be Sent to His Final Frontier (AP)
AP - He made his name in Hollywood beaming his colleagues back to the safety of the Enterprise on "Star Trek." Now, actor James Doohan's family is hoping to beam him up to the "final frontier" that Doohan's character "Scotty" loved so dearly.

Weinsteins, IFC get 'Unknown' (Reuters)
Reuters - Miramax veterans Bob and Harvey Weinstein have teamed up with IFC Films to acquire North American rights to the thriller "Unknown," starring Jim Caviezel, Greg Kinnear and Barry Pepper.

Bale, Zahn capture roles in 'Dawn' (Reuters)
Reuters - Christian Bale and Steve Zahn will star for director Werner Herzog in "Rescue Dawn," an action drama based on the filmmaker's acclaimed 1997 documentary, "Little Dieter Needs to Fly."

Def Jam adds Latin market to its Familia (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Music Group's Def Jam Recordings division is launching Roc La Familia, a new imprint aimed at the exploding urban Latin market.

Prosecutors Must Return Jackson's Property (AP)
AP - The judge who presided over Michael Jackson's child molestation case ordered prosecutors Thursday to return to the entertainer hundreds of items seized by investigators.

Jury Finds Ashanti Breached Contract (AP)
AP - Grammy-winning singer Ashanti hit a sour note with a federal jury, which concluded Thursday she owes $630,000 to her first producer for breach of contract.

Clock Ticking on Kelly Porn Case (E! Online)
E! Online - If Johnnie Cochran were alive and representing R. Kelly, he might have told the judge presiding over the R&B singer's child-porn case: "If you can't say when, the case must end."

Carrie and the Chocolate Factory (E! Online)
E! Online - The 22-year-old American Idol winner will lend her voice to a new ad campaign for Hershey, singing classic jingles in candy bar commercials.

Mariah's holds off newcomer on singles chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Mariah Carey ruled the U.S. pop singles chart for a fourth consecutive week Thursday, but dancehall newcomer Rihanna made a serious bid for glory as her debut single jumped three places to No. 2.

Lisa Hartman Black Returns to Acting (AP)
AP - It's back to acting for Lisa Hartman Black after a five-year hiatus that included writing and recording music with husband Clint Black.

Springsteen's Musical Education Continues (AP)
AP - Nearly three decades after "Born to Run," with a dozen Grammys and an Oscar to show for his songwriting skills, Bruce Springsteen says he's still learning things about his music each time he steps on stage.

Kelly Outslugs Thug, Bow Wow (E! Online)
E! Online - It was a slim victory for R. Kelly--or, more precisely, a victory over Slim.

Rapper Bizarre Lives Up to His Name (AP)
AP - He's not in the back any more. Bizarre has a solo album. He's on the Anger Management Tour with patron saint Eminem and his group D12, with whom we first heard Bizarre complain about life as a backup on the hit single "My Band." And if you've seen the video, you know Bizarre is a "Rock Star."

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