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Courtney Love, David Grohl Still Feuding (AP)
AP - Though some have labeled David Grohl of the Foo Fighters the "nicest guy in rock," Courtney Love would beg to differ.

Green Day, Stefani, Elliot Lead VMA Nods (AP)
AP - Luxury yachts and tricked-out cars. P. Diddy. And lots and lots of water. MTV announced Monday that its Video Music Awards will feature all of those elements next month as it seeks once again to reinvent an awards show that routinely lures big stars and makes racy headlines.

Man Convicted in Diaz Topless Photos Case (AP)
AP - A photographer who took topless pictures of Cameron Diaz before she became a star was convicted of forgery, attempted grand theft and perjury Monday for a scheme to sell the images back to the actress 11 years later for millions of dollars.

Gibson Plans Another Historical Epic (AP)
AP - Mel Gibson is planning another historical epic. And like "The Passion of the Christ," it will be shot in an archaic tongue. The writer-director plans an October starting date to shoot "Apocalypto," set 500 years ago in Central America, his spokesman, Alan Nierob, said Monday.

'Stars Wars' Movie Hits DVD on Nov. 1 (AP)
AP - "Star Wars" fans might want to set aside Nov. 1 for a reunion with the Skywalker clan. That's when the final installment, "Revenge of the Sith," hits DVD, allowing fans to watch all six movies in George Lucas' epic at home.

'Stars Wars' Movie Hits DVD on Nov. 1 (AP)
AP - "Star Wars" fans might want to set aside Nov. 1 for a reunion with the Skywalker clan. That's when the final installment, "Revenge of the Sith," hits DVD, allowing fans to watch all six movies in George Lucas' epic at home.

Country Singer Mindy McCready Hospitalized (AP)
AP - Troubled country singer Mindy McCready has been hospitalized in Florida after an overdose.

'Deadwood' Third Season to Start Shooting (AP)
AP - Sometime in the next few weeks, production will begin on the third season of "Deadwood," the popular HBO television series set in the Black Hills gold mining town of the 1870s. The new season debuts in 2006.

TiVo's New Ad Strategy Tunes Into Viewer Choice (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Often shorthand for television advertising's troubles, TiVo is bidding to be synonymous with the interactive future of TV ads.

Broadway's 'Spamalot' heading to Wynn Las Vegas (Reuters)
Reuters - "Monty Python's Spamalot," the hit musical based on the work of the offbeat British comedy group, will be heading to Wynn Las Vegas in 2007, producers of the show said on Monday.

'Stars Wars' Movie Hits DVD on Nov. 1 (AP)
AP - "Star Wars" fans might want to set aside Nov. 1 for a reunion with the Skywalker clan. That's when the final installment, "Revenge of the Sith," hits DVD, allowing fans to watch all six movies in George Lucas' epic at home.

Spielberg's Olympic Saga Titled 'Munich' (AP)
AP - Steven Spielberg's next film finally has a title: "Munich." DreamWorks and Universal, which are co-financing the movie, announced the name Monday for the long-untitled thriller, which centers on the aftermath of the killings of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Germany.

Gibson Plans Another Historical Epic (AP)
AP - Mel Gibson is planning another historical epic. And like "The Passion of the Christ," it will be shot in an archaic tongue. The writer-director plans an October starting date to shoot "Apocalypto," set 500 years ago in Central America, his spokesman, Alan Nierob, said Monday.

Gibson teams up with Disney on Mayan-language film (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor-director Mel Gibson is well on his way to cornering a new niche market in Hollywood -- movies written in ancient languages.

Phony Purple Heart Taken Off Film Web Site (AP)
AP - Following complaints from a congressman, the producers of "Wedding Crashers" on Monday yanked from the movie's Web site a printable Purple Heart advertised as a gimmick to pick up women and get free drinks.

Carver to Star on Stage in 'Lord of Rings' (AP)
AP - The mammoth stage version of "The Lord of the Rings," opening in Toronto next March, has found its Gandalf, Frodo, Gollum and more.

'Chocolate Factory' Again Leads Box Office (AP)
AP - "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" remained the top draw at movie theaters, taking in $28.3 million during its second weekend.

Man guilty in Cameron Diaz topless photos case (Reuters)
Reuters - A photographer who took topless pictures of actress Cameron Diaz before she was famous was convicted on Monday of charges stemming from what prosecutors said was a bid to blackmail the "Charlie's Angels" star for $3 million.

"Charlie" Tops "Bad News" Biz (E! Online)
E! Online - The Bears weren't the only bad news at the cineplex.

Photographer Convicted in Diaz Photos Case (AP)
AP - A photographer who took topless pictures of Cameron Diaz before she became a star was convicted of forgery, attempted grand theft and perjury Monday for a scheme to sell the images back to the actress 11 years later for millions of dollars.

Country Singer Mindy McCready Hospitalized (AP)
AP - Troubled country singer Mindy McCready has been hospitalized in Florida after an overdose.

Courtney Love, David Grohl Still Feuding (AP)
AP - Though some have labeled David Grohl of the Foo Fighters the "nicest guy in rock," Courtney Love would beg to differ.

Pink Floyd's Waters previews Fr. Revolution opera (Reuters)
Reuters - It was a far cry from "we don't need no education" on Monday when Pink Floyd's Roger Waters presented excerpts for the first time from "Ca Ira," his new three-act opera about the French Revolution.

Green Day, Stefani, Elliot Lead VMA Nods (AP)
AP - Luxury yachts and tricked-out cars. P. Diddy. And lots and lots of water. MTV announced Monday that its Video Music Awards will feature all of those elements next month as it seeks once again to reinvent an awards show that routinely lures big stars and makes racy headlines.

Summer releases keep rock on a roll (Reuters)
Reuters - It's an odd cast of characters: an Armenian-American thrash-rock quartet; a cartoon band that exists mainly in cyberspace; a pair of supposed siblings (or exes) with a strict red, black and white dress code; and a group that openly aspires to be the next U2.

Lollapalooza rocks as Chicago roasts (Reuters)
Reuters - This year's one-off Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, featuring such acts as Widespread Panic and Weezer, pulled in 33,000 people during each of its two days at Grant Park over a sizzling weekend.

Wicked Wisdom persevering on Ozzfest (Reuters)
Reuters - To the Ozzfest fans who made it clear they were angry about Wicked Wisdom being on the bill of this year's hard rock road show: the band got your memo.

Green Day Leads VMA Field (E! Online)
E! Online - Green Day's boulevard of broken dreams may soon be paved with Moon Men statuettes.

Judge Bans 2 Doors Members From Using Name (AP)
AP - A judge has issued a permanent injunction banning two members of the Doors from using the band's name and any likeness of late front man Jim Morrison to promote a renewed version of the band.

Sony Agrees to $10M 'Payola' Settlement (AP)
AP - Recording industry titan Sony BMG Music Entertainment agreed Monday to pay $10 million and stop bribing radio stations to feature its artists in what a state official called a more sophisticated generation of the payola scandals of decades ago.

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