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'Wedding Crashers' Takes Box-Office Cake (AP)
AP - Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn caught the box-office bouquet as their comedy "Wedding Crashers" pulled a switch with a $20.5 million weekend, becoming the No. 1 movie after two weekends in second place.

Cabaret Singer Hildegarde Dies at 99 (AP)
AP - Hildegarde, the "incomparable" cabaret singer whose career spanned almost seven decades, has died. She was 99.

Al Gore Debuting TV for Web Generation (AP)
AP - Much of the talk around Al Gore's new Current TV network has been broadly philosophical, like the former vice president's statement that "we want to be the television home page for the Internet generation." With its debut Monday, Current TV will be judged by the same mundane standards as other networks — on whether its programming can hold a viewer's interest.

Chinese Pirates Hawk Potter Translations (AP)
AP - Though it's missing some paragraphs and gets a couple of facts wrong, an unauthorized Chinese version of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" was on sale Sunday in Beijing, just two weeks after the book appeared in English and almost three months ahead of the planned October launch of the official Chinese-language edition.

'Idol' Stars Award Songwriting Title (AP)
AP - Mark Diffenderfer has written hundreds of poems since he was in grade school, but he never thought they'd win him any recognition.

Harden joining first family for 'Dreamz' (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar-winning actress Marcia Gay Harden has joined "American Dreamz," the ensemble political satire being directed by Paul Weitz.

Singer Pete Astudillo Arrested for DWI (AP)
AP - Tejano singer-songwriter Pete Astudillo has been arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated after police say he crashed his SUV into a row of traffic barriers.

U.K.'s top cop blasts ABC over leaked bomb photos (Reuters)
Reuters - Britain's top police officer has lashed out at ABC News' decision to televise leaked photographs of key evidence as part of its news coverage of the terror attacks in London.

GE backs NBC's DreamWorks bid (Reuters)
Reuters - NBC Universal has received the green light from its General Electric Co. parent to enter into exclusive negotiations to buy DreamWorks SKG.

Patti LuPone Will Return to Broadway as Mrs. Lovett for New 'Sweeney Todd' (Playbill)
Playbill - Patti LuPone - returning to Broadway for her first musical role in 17 years - has been confirmed to play the "bloody wonder," lovable Mrs. Lovett, for the upcoming Broadway revival of Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.

Harden joining first family for 'Dreamz' (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar-winning actress Marcia Gay Harden has joined "American Dreamz," the ensemble political satire being directed by Paul Weitz.

'Charlie' takes the cake at foreign box office (Reuters)
Reuters - Brits went bonkers for "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" over the weekend, helping propel the picture to the top spot at the foreign box office with estimated sales of $19.75 million from 15 countries.

Osment back in game with indie 'Giants' (Reuters)
Reuters - Haley Joel Osment is returning to movies, taking a starring role in the indie coming-of-age feature "Home of the Giants."

'Wedding Crashers' Takes Box-Office Cake (AP)
AP - Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn caught the box-office bouquet as their comedy "Wedding Crashers" pulled a switch with a $20.5 million weekend, becoming the No. 1 movie after two weekends in second place.

Harrison Ford Promoting Aviation to Kids (AP)
AP - Harrison Ford will stay on as chairman of an Experimental Aircraft Association program that introduces children to flying.

David Lynch Forms Meditation Foundation (AP)
AP - Film director David Lynch, a longtime practitioner of Transcendental Meditation, has formed a foundation that will encourage schools to use the technique in the classroom. "It's knowledge in terms of the self and it works wonders in the kids," he said.

"Crashers" Flies High as "Sky" Falls (E! Online)
E! Online - It certainly wasn't a Sky High weekend. Stealth virtually disappeared. And Must Love Dogs flat out pooped.

'Stealth' crashes on takeoff at U.S. box office (Reuters)
Reuters - Moviegoers shot down a costly action movie for the second consecutive weekend as the $100 million military film "Stealth" opened at No. 4 with sales of just $13.5 million, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday.

Aniston's Ex Cancels eBay Auction Plans (AP)
AP - If you wanted a makeshift birthday card supposedly written on a piece of toilet paper by Jennifer Aniston, you'll have to look elsewhere. Aniston's former fling Michael Baroni, a California lawyer, has canceled his eBay auction — originally set to begin Friday — of keepsakes from the pair's teenage romance.

Moore Says Doc Already Has HMOs Spooked (AP)
AP - Michael Moore says his next documentary already has HMOs quaking in their boots. Moore has not yet begun shooting the film, "Sicko," but his planned critique of the nation's health care system, he says, is making "freaked-out" HMOs warn employees what to do if approached by the filmmaker.

Singer Pete Astudillo Arrested for DWI (AP)
AP - Tejano singer-songwriter Pete Astudillo has been arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated after police say he crashed his SUV into a row of traffic barriers.

British newcomer Blunt rules pop charts (Reuters)
Reuters - Former British soldier James Blunt held onto the No. 1 spot on Britain's album and singles charts Sunday, according to the Official U.K. Charts Company.

'Idol' Stars Award Songwriting Title (AP)
AP - Mark Diffenderfer has written hundreds of poems since he was in grade school, but he never thought they'd win him any recognition.

Cabaret Singer Hildegarde Dies at 99 (AP)
AP - Hildegarde, the "incomparable" cabaret singer whose career spanned almost seven decades, has died. She was 99.

Wyoming Rodeo Honors Late Singer LeDoux (AP)
AP - Chris LeDoux, one of Wyoming's favorite sons, was honored at one of his most beloved venues, Cheyenne Frontier Days.

Broadway Lyricist, Composer Wright Dies (AP)
AP - Robert Wright, a composer and lyricist who collaborated with George Forrest on the scores for such Broadway musicals as "Kismet," "Song of Norway" and "Grand Hotel," has died at the age of 90.

Bentley Thrilled to Get Opry Invitation (AP)
AP - He sure wasn't thinkin' 'bout an invitation to the Grand Ole Opry. Country singer Dierks Bentley was in the middle of a show at the House of Blues in Los Angeles when he got word that he was chosen to join the cast of the venerable radio show.

L.A. to Rename Post Office for Ray Charles (AP)
AP - Ray Charles put his stamp on music. Now folks can buy stamps from the Ray Charles Post Office Building. Earlier this month, President Bush signed a bill into law that will change the name of a building near downtown to honor the musician, who died last year at age 73. An official renaming ceremony is scheduled next month.

Rimes Offers to Offer Advice to Erika Jo (AP)
AP - Erika Jo became a country star overnight after winning the "Nashville Star" competition, but at least the 18-year-old singer has one industry veteran looking after her.

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.

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