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Counsel to Probe Alleged 'Idol' Affair (AP)
AP - Taking a page from Washington, the producers of "American Idol" and Fox TV hired an independent counsel to determine whether judge Paula Abdul had an affair with a contestant on the hit talent show.

John Lennon Memorabilia to Be Auctioned (AP)
AP - Money can't buy you love. But a few hundred thousand can get you a piece of Beatles history. A collection of John Lennon memorabilia valued by auctioneers at more than $2 million was being sold in London Thursday.

Memorial Garden Honors Life of Bob Hope (AP)
AP - Bob Hope's family is saying thanks for the memories with a garden celebrating the late entertainer's life. Hope's remains were moved from a mausoleum at the San Fernando Mission's cemetery this week to the mission's new Bob Hope Memorial Garden.

Venice Film Festival Roster Slimmer (AP)
AP - This year's Venice film festival is showing fewer films, in part because of security concerns, the event's director said Thursday. Fifty-four full-length films are being screened, compared with 71 last year.

Moby Has Newfound Respect for Eminem (AP)
AP - Moby says he has newfound respect for Eminem — who once mocked him in a song — because the rapper criticized President Bush and the war in Iraq on his last album.

'Sylvester' book weaving magic at Lions Gate (Reuters)
Reuters - Lions Gate Films has acquired the rights to the award-winning children's book "Sylvester and the Magic Pebble," written by "Shrek" creator William Steig.

Counsel to Probe Alleged 'Idol' Affair (AP)
AP - Taking a page from Washington, the producers of "American Idol" and Fox TV hired an independent counsel to determine whether judge Paula Abdul had an affair with a contestant on the hit talent show.

TV review: Wanted (Reuters)
Reuters - In "The Mod Squad" and "Charlie's Angels," both of them Aaron Spelling productions, authorities assembled a special team of operatives to combat particularly vexing criminals.

Game biz eyeing record year (Reuters)
Reuters - Sales of U.S. console and portable video game hardware, software and accessories rose 21% year-over-year for the first half of 2005, putting the industry on track for a record year, research firm NPD Group said.

Broadway's Bogardus, Mudge and James Inhabit Wright's Pine City in Off-Broadway's 'The Pavilion' (Playbill)
Playbill - Broadway stars Stephen Bogardus, Jennifer Mudge and Brian D'Arcy James will star in the upcoming Off-Broadway staging of Craig Wright's The Pavilion at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.

'Sylvester' book weaving magic at Lions Gate (Reuters)
Reuters - Lions Gate Films has acquired the rights to the award-winning children's book "Sylvester and the Magic Pebble," written by "Shrek" creator William Steig.

Walker among 'Flag' raisers for Eastwood (Reuters)
Reuters - Paul Walker has joined Clint Eastwood's World War II epic "Flags of Our Fathers," which is set against the backdrop of the Battle of Iwo Jima

Film review: Monumental (Reuters)
Reuters - A worthy and little-known subject is given only an intermittently compelling treatment in "Monumental: David Brower's Fight for Wild America," Kelly Duane's biographical portrait of the noted conservationist.

'Stealth' enters hostile airspace at box office (Reuters)
Reuters - After two weeks as the box office bridesmaid, "Wedding Crashers" is on track to take over the lead this weekend, while the new action-adventure film "Stealth" might have trouble taking off.

Film review: Stealth (Reuters)
Reuters - "Stealth," Hollywood's latest virtual movie, features impressive action sequences -- all created through technology -- a thin story, cardboard characters and snicker-inducing dialogue. The film thus follows the inevitable equation: The greater the reliance on technology, the less human and therefore the less engaging the story.

'Penguins' march defies summer box office trend (Reuters)
Reuters - At summer film box offices plagued by slow ticket sales, the hottest documentary this year is about a very cold topic: Emperor Penguins in Antarctica.

World Wrestling gets leglock on new DVD format (Reuters)
Reuters - World Wrestling Entertainment is the latest DVD supplier to throw its support behind the Universal Media Disc, the proprietary technology that works on Sony's handheld PlayStation Portable.

19 Films Competing for Golden Lion Award (AP)
AP - The films in competition for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival Aug. 31-Sep. 10.

Venice Film Festival Roster Slimmer (AP)
AP - This year's Venice film festival is showing fewer films, in part because of security concerns, the event's director said Thursday. Fifty-four full-length films are being screened, compared with 71 last year.

Reports: NBC Universal in DreamWorks Talks (AP)
AP - NBC Universal is in talks to buy the privately held live-action film studio DreamWorks SKG, according to news reports Thursday.

Counsel to Probe Alleged 'Idol' Affair (AP)
AP - Taking a page from Washington, the producers of "American Idol" and Fox TV hired an independent counsel to determine whether judge Paula Abdul had an affair with a contestant on the hit talent show.

John Lennon Memorabilia to Be Auctioned (AP)
AP - Money can't buy you love. But a few hundred thousand can get you a piece of Beatles history. A collection of John Lennon memorabilia valued by auctioneers at more than $2 million was being sold in London Thursday.

Mariah belongs atop U.S. singles chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" led the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart Thursday, logging its ninth non-consecutive week at the top.

Concert review: Buddy Guy, Etta James (Reuters)
Reuters - Buddy Guy made blues history with harmonica man Junior Wells, but always reached out to younger partners like Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck.

Lennon lyric sheet sells for $1 million (Reuters)
Reuters - A handwritten lyric sheet for "All You Need is Love" used by John Lennon in 1967 was sold for 600,000 pounds ($1.04 million) at an auction in London on Thursday, organizers said.

McCready Moves Out of Hospital (E! Online)
E! Online - Mindy McCready may be out of the hospital, but she still has a rough road ahead of her.

Lennon lyric sheet could break record at auction (Reuters)
Reuters - A handwritten song lyric used by John Lennon and found on the floor of a television studio in 1967 is set to fetch 500,000-600,000 pounds ($870,000-$1.04 million) at an auction on Thursday, organizers said.

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.

Bow Wow Says No College, at Least for Now (AP)
AP - Fresh out of high school, 18-year-old rap star Bow Wow isn't ready for college just yet, despite his mother's desire to see him go.

Spotlight Unnerves Montreal's Music Scene (AP)
AP - To find the heart and soul of the Montreal music scene on a recent evening, all one had to do was head to the Mile End neighborhood, walk into a quaint coffee shop and pop into the intimate back room.

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