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Garner to Become Pregnant Spy on 'Alias' (AP)
AP - Jennifer Garner is expecting a baby, so her "Alias" character will be too, even though she's a globe-trotting spy. "We are going to embrace the fact that she's pregnant," ABC programming chief Stephen McPherson said, referring to the character, Sydney Bristow.

Report: Eminem Says He's 'Taking a Break' (AP)
AP - Is Eminem headed for retirement — or just taking a break? Earlier this month, reports from his hometown of Detroit quoted sources as saying the 32-year-old rapper would play his last concert at Slane Castle in Dublin, Ireland, on Sept. 17, at the end of "Anger Management" tour.

ABC Seeks 'Housewives' Viewers at Cleaners (AP)
AP - ABC hopes to clean up in the ratings again with an aggressive marketing campaign that revisits a dry-cleaning promotion for the hit series "Desperate Housewives."

Jerry Lewis to Receive TV Academy Award (AP)
AP - Comic legend Jerry Lewis is getting the television academy's prestigious Governors Award in recognition for his more than half-century of work on behalf of Muscular Dystrophy.

McCready Apparently Attempted Suicide (AP)
AP - Mindy McCready apparently attempted suicide, and a man charged last spring with trying to kill her was with the country singer when police found her unconscious in a Florida hotel lobby, authorities said Tuesday.

Dark Knight returns on DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - With "Batman Begins" nearing the $200 million mark at the North American box office, fans of the Dark Knight will soon be able to buy double-disc editions of the previous four "Batman" movies.

Sony's Mega Payola Pay Out (E! Online)
E! Online - Not that it's surprising or anything, but apparently getting radio stations to play a Jennifer Lopez song is a crime in New York.

Banfield takes oath to join Court TV News (Reuters)
Reuters - Former NBC/MSNBC correspondent Ashleigh Banfield has been hired as a guest host for Court TV News, the daytime portion of Court TV.

Disabled actors slighted in biz, SAG study says (Reuters)
Reuters - Performers with disabilities are vastly underrepresented on television shows, are more likely to face discrimination in the workplace and are afraid to ask for special accommodations for fear of losing out on a role, according to a report released Tuesday by the Screen Actors Guild.

Chris Noth Stars in 'American Buffalo' at Berkshire Fest Beginning (Playbill)
Playbill - Chris Noth will play the role of frustrated petty thief Teach in the Berkshire Theatre Festival's summer staging of David Mamet's American Buffalo.

Dark Knight returns on DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - With "Batman Begins" nearing the $200 million mark at the North American box office, fans of the Dark Knight will soon be able to buy double-disc editions of the previous four "Batman" movies.

Oscar voters get an extra week to deliberate (Reuters)
Reuters - While they rush to catch up with the onslaught of year-end film releases with Oscar aspirations, Academy voters will have one more week to mark their nomination ballots in 2006 than they did this year.

Vid biz putting positive spin on sales slide (Reuters)
Reuters - Concerns about piracy and a maturing DVD sell-through market dominated the opening session of the 24th annual Video Software Dealers Assn. convention Tuesday.

No Medal for "Wedding Crashers" (E! Online)
E! Online - In the Wedding Crashers' little black book, "Fight the urge to tell the truth" is Rule Number 15.

Darth Does DVD (E! Online)
E! Online - The much heralded final installment in George Lucas' epic Star Wars saga, Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith, will be released on DVD galaxy-wide Nov. 1, Lucasfilm and 20th century Fox Home Entertainment jointly announced Tuesday.

'Star Wars' light sabers on auction block in L.A. (Reuters)
Reuters - Light sabers used by Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker in the "Star Wars" movies are expected to fetch around $60,000 each at a Beverly Hills movie memorabilia auction on Friday.

'Picture Bride' Director Kayo Hatta Dies (AP)
AP - Kayo Hatta, an independent filmmaker whose 1995 film "Picture Bride" won an audience award for best dramatic film at the Sundance Film Festival, has died. She was 47.

Blanchett Joins Toronto Festival Lineup (AP)
AP - Tales starring Cate Blanchett, Christian Bale, Nick Nolte and Robin Wright Penn are among the movies looking to grab Hollywood's attention at North America's biggest film festival.

Man Faces Prison for Diaz Topless Photos (AP)
AP - The photographer who took topless photos of a 19-year-old aspiring model named Cameron Diaz, then attempted to sell them back to her after she became a star, now faces up to six years in prison.

'Aristocrats' filmmakers shrug off fuss over joke (Reuters)
Reuters - It is not "Fahrenheit 9/11" or "The Passion of the Christ," but low-budget film "The Aristocrats" is fast becoming this summer's controversial movie because of only one thing -- a joke.

Sony's Mega Payola Pay Out (E! Online)
E! Online - Not that it's surprising or anything, but apparently getting radio stations to play a Jennifer Lopez song is a crime in New York.

Stones Back with a "Bang" (E! Online)
E! Online - The birth of the universe was a pretty big deal--but not as important as the first new Rolling Stones record in eight years.

McCready Apparently Attempted Suicide (AP)
AP - Mindy McCready apparently attempted suicide, and a man charged last spring with trying to kill her was with the country singer when police found her unconscious in a Florida hotel lobby, authorities said Tuesday.

Megadeth Frontman Sues Ex-Member (E! Online)
E! Online - Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine is banging heads with his former bass player Dave Ellefson.

Mindy McCready OD's (E! Online)
E! Online - There's no denying that Mindy McCready has fallen on hard times.

Report: Eminem Says He's 'Taking a Break' (AP)
AP - Is Eminem headed for retirement — or just taking a break? Earlier this month, reports from his hometown of Detroit quoted sources as saying the 32-year-old rapper would play his last concert at Slane Castle in Dublin, Ireland, on Sept. 17, at the end of "Anger Management" tour.

Stones set to make 'Bigger Bang' with album (Reuters)
Reuters - Mick Jagger is celebrating his 62nd birthday Tuesday with "A Bigger Bang."

Bob Mould flirts with past, eye on the future (Reuters)
Reuters - When singer, songwriter and indie rock pioneer Bob Mould embarked on his last tour with a full band, he called it "The Last Dog And Pony Show" and vowed never again to undertake such a trek.

Megadeth Lead Singer Sues Former Bassist (AP)
AP - The lead singer of Megadeth has sued the band's former bass player for allegedly using the name of the group without permission in an ad for musical equipment.

Love Grouses over Grohl (E! Online)
E! Online - On Friday, a judge said Courtney Love was progressing in her effort to clean up her drug-fueled legal woes. But that hasn't stopped Love from regressing to mud-slinging in her longstanding feud with Dave Grohl.

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