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Baldwin, Grammer Back on 'The Simpsons' (AP)
AP - Next season's guests on "The Simpsons" will include some old faces, some new ones and a Worm. Returning for roles on the Fox cartoon will be Alec Baldwin, who appeared on the show in 2002, and Kelsey Grammer, who will reprise his role as Sideshow Bob, the network announced Thursday.

Lohan Misses Premiere for Parents' Divorce (AP)
AP - Lindsay Lohan missed her own premiere in London Thursday to fly home to her mother for the start of her parents' divorce proceedings.

Julia Roberts to Make Her Broadway Debut (AP)
AP - Julia Roberts, movie star, is heading to Broadway next spring. The 37-year-old actress will make her Broadway debut in a revival of Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain."

Fox Renews Simple Life With Hilton, Richie (AP)
AP - Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie are stuck together for another season of "The Simple Life" — even if they're not speaking to each other.

Jackson Sought Medical Help After Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson sought medical attention after his trial as he tried to recover from a back injury and dehydration, his lead attorney said Friday.

Cameron Diaz Settles Libel Case (AP)
AP - Actress Cameron Diaz accepted "substantial" damages Friday from a British tabloid that reported she had an affair with a married man, her lawyer said.

New Neil Diamond album pushed to November (Reuters)
Reuters - Neil Diamond's new album, which pairs the singer/songwriter with producer Rick Rubin, has been pushed back to Nov. 8.

Baldwin, Grammer Back on 'The Simpsons' (AP)
AP - Next season's guests on "The Simpsons" will include some old faces, some new ones and a Worm. Returning for roles on the Fox cartoon will be Alec Baldwin, who appeared on the show in 2002, and Kelsey Grammer, who will reprise his role as Sideshow Bob, the network announced Thursday.

Murdoch's son Lachlan quits News Corp (Reuters)
Reuters - Lachlan Murdoch, who was a front-runner to succeed his 74-year-old father Rupert as News Corp.'s chief, abruptly resigned from the global media conglomerate on Friday without explanation.

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.

Cameron Diaz Settles Libel Case (AP)
AP - Actress Cameron Diaz accepted "substantial" damages Friday from a British tabloid that reported she had an affair with a married man, her lawyer said.

Julia Roberts to Make Her Broadway Debut (AP)
AP - Julia Roberts, movie star, is heading to Broadway next spring. The 37-year-old actress will make her Broadway debut in a revival of Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain."

Maggie Gyllenhaal Insists on Live Singing (AP)
AP - Maggie Gyllenhaal didn't let a lack of professional training keep her from singing live in her latest movie, "Happy Endings." The 27-year-old actress, who plays a singer in a bar band, refused to pre-record her songs.

D.C.'s Mayor Films Cameo With Douglas (AP)
AP - The globetrotting mayor of the nation's capital had a bit of Hollywood on his own doorstep Thursday. Anthony A. Williams stood in front of the swank, upscale Mayflower Hotel on Connecticut Avenue, where he filmed a cameo for the new movie "The Sentinel."

Moore Conciliatory at Mich. Film Festival (AP)
AP - Bathed in spotlight on a darkened stage, Michael Moore sounded downright conciliatory toward his detractors while welcoming a capacity crowd to a film festival in his adopted hometown.

Burt: Willie and I Would Make Nice Couple (AP)
AP - Burt Reynolds said on the "Tonight" show that if he'd have been gay, it would have saved him "millions," and he joked that Willie Nelson might have been his choice.

Unconventional filmmaker Jarmusch turns to suburbia (Reuters)
Reuters - Filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, known as a cinematic risk-taker, is now taking chances in an unexpected way -- by flirting with the mainstream in his latest movie, "Broken Flowers."

'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.

New Neil Diamond album pushed to November (Reuters)
Reuters - Neil Diamond's new album, which pairs the singer/songwriter with producer Rick Rubin, has been pushed back to Nov. 8.

No copyright violation in 'Fixin' to Die Rag'-court (Reuters)
Reuters - A U.S. appeals court has rejected a lawsuit charging 1960s psychedelic rocker Country Joe McDonald with copyright infringement for his 1965 protest song "Fixin' to Die Rag," which became a rallying cry for opposition to the Vietnam War.

McCready Misses Court Date (E! Online)
E! Online - A week after her failed suicide attempt, Mindy McCready wasn't ready to make the trip from Florida to Arizona for a court date Friday.

Jackson Sought Medical Help After Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson sought medical attention after his trial as he tried to recover from a back injury and dehydration, his lead attorney said Friday.

Soldier in Iraq Records Country-Music Hit (AP)
AP - His boots battered, his spirits sinking, Luke Stricklin struggled to explain his experiences in Iraq to his family and friends back home who kept asking him what it was like to fight in Baghdad.

Elton John to Perform Outside Colosseum (AP)
AP - Elton John will take the stage just outside the Colosseum in September, Rome officials said on Friday. The free Sept. 3 concert will take place on the Via dei Fori Imperiali, the large boulevard that leads to the Colosseum and is lined with ancient Roman relics.

Elton John adds country feather to cap (Reuters)
Reuters - It was just a couple of weeks ago that Elton John generated chart news by scoring two simultaneous top five singles in the U.K.

Dolly Parton gearing up for tour, album (Reuters)
Reuters - Dolly Parton will hit the road for almost two months in August, coinciding with the release of a new album.

Morissette, Urban, Stone among Gap 'Favorites' (Reuters)
Reuters - Alanis Morissette, Joss Stone, Destiny's Child singer Michelle Williams and Keith Urban are among the artists who will appear in clothing retailer Gap Inc.'s fall "Favorites" advertising campaign.

All You Need Is Cash for Lennon Lyrics (AP)
AP - John Lennon's handwritten lyrics for "All You Need is Love," salvaged from his music stand after The Beatles' final television appearance in 1967, have sold at auction in London for $1 million.

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