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Bacall Rips Cruise's 'Vulgar' Behavior (AP)
AP - Lauren Bacall has a few unkind words to say about Tom Cruise. In an interview in the Aug. 8 issue of Time magazine, now on newsstands, the 80-year-old actress says, "When you talk about a great actor, you're not talking about Tom Cruise."

Court Allows Jackson Case Secrecy to Stand (AP)
AP - A recent court decision allowing the Michael Jackson case to stand as a precedent on secrecy could shut off public access to information in high-profile cases, some legal experts say.

Pamela Anderson Helps Out Ex-Hub Tommy Lee (AP)
AP - Pamela Anderson wants to make it very clear that she and ex-husband Tommy Lee are NOT an item again. She's just helping him drum up some publicity for his new reality show.

'Six Feet Under' Kills Off Nate Fisher (AP)
AP - Nate Fisher, the reluctant mortuary owner in HBO's "Six Feet Under," will be making personal use of the family business.

Couric to Decide 'Today' Status This Fall (AP)
AP - Katie Couric says she'll decide this fall whether to continue her long-running morning television partnership with Matt Lauer. The "Today" show co-anchor faces the question because her contract expires next May.

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

Court Allows Jackson Case Secrecy to Stand (AP)
AP - A recent court decision allowing the Michael Jackson case to stand as a precedent on secrecy could shut off public access to information in high-profile cases, some legal experts say.

Big Four networks sleep through Sunday (Reuters)
Reuters - The Big Four networks slumbered through another repeat-laden Sunday in primetime.

Splenda Suit Points Up Dangers Of Ad Claim Cases (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The recent number of lawsuits against artificial sweetener Splenda highlights the increasing risk companies face from competitors choosing to take them to court over comparative or misleading ad claims.

Roberts leads parade of film stars to Broadway (Reuters)
Reuters - With Julia Roberts coming to Broadway (next March in Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain"), the Big Apple's Big Street will look like Hollywood East what with Alan Alda, Kathleen Turner, John Lithgow, David Hyde Pierce, Billy Crudup, Jeff Goldblum and Christina Applegate among those film and TV folk doing eight-per-week here onstage.

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

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."

'Wedding Crashers' Tops Weekend Box Office (AP)
AP - "The Wedding Crashers" brought in more than $20 million to take the top spot at the box office during the weekend.

"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.

Simpson makes saucy film debut in Dukes of Hazzard (Reuters)
Reuters - Singer Jessica Simpson makes her film debut this week in "The Dukes of Hazzard," a movie version of the 1970s TV show, as the voluptuous Daisy Duke in a role many of her fans will enjoy from top to bottom.

Knoxville a Southern Mix of Contradictions (AP)
AP - During a recent interview with Johnny Knoxville, the "Dukes of Hazzard" star suggests drinking a round of tequila shots "stuntman"-style, which entails snorting the salt and squirting the lime juice in your eye.

Unlike Character, Cusack Computer-Averse (AP)
AP - Unlike his character in the just-released film "Must Love Dogs," John Cusack couldn't do the Internet dating thing. He's virtually computer illiterate.

Thornton Happy for Jolie and Her New Child (AP)
AP - Billy Bob Thornton is happy for his ex-wife Angelina Jolie, who adopted an orphaned baby girl, Zahara Marley, in Ethiopia last month. "I love it. I knew for a while that she was going to adopt," Thornton tells People magazine in its Aug. 8 issue. "She cares so much for kids who don't have anything."

Bacall Rips Cruise's 'Vulgar' Behavior (AP)
AP - Lauren Bacall has a few unkind words to say about Tom Cruise. In an interview in the Aug. 8 issue of Time magazine, now on newsstands, the 80-year-old actress says, "When you talk about a great actor, you're not talking about Tom Cruise."

Luke's Light Saber Brings $200K at Auction (AP)
AP - It didn't come cheap, but an anonymous bidder now owns a piece of Jedi history. A light saber used by Mark Hamill when he played Luke Skywalker in the original "Star Wars" sold for $200,600 Friday in an auction of movie props and costumes, said Joe Maddalena, president of Profiles in History, which held the auction.

Court Allows Jackson Case Secrecy to Stand (AP)
AP - A recent court decision allowing the Michael Jackson case to stand as a precedent on secrecy could shut off public access to information in high-profile cases, some legal experts say.

Supporters Mount Final Push to Save CBGB's (AP)
AP - Supporters of the famed rock club CBGB's are planning a last-ditch series of events to save the birthplace of punk.

Setzer's Sun Records tribute strikes a chord (Reuters)
Reuters - Much of Brian Setzer's music has been rooted in rockabilly, so it only makes sense that his latest album is a salute to Sun Records. But even he is surprised by the reaction it is receiving.

Country artist Sharp has new tack (Reuters)
Reuters - Kevin Sharp came out of the gate swinging. His debut album on 143/Asylum Records, released in 1996, went gold. The first three of his six charting singles went top five, including "Nobody Knows," which spent four weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in 1997.

Destiny's Child bowing out with DVD, hits set (Reuters)
Reuters - Even though Destiny's Child is calling it quits in September at the end of its current tour, group member Kelly Rowland says the R&B trio still has a few more surprises planned for later this year.

The Police's 'Synchronicity' reborn on DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - In support of their iconic 1983 album "Synchronicity," the Police finally embraced the bombast of arena rock, expanding their lineup with backing vocalists, hiring a designer to provide their stage outfits and utilizing intricate lighting schemes.

New York's payola-probe fallout begins (Reuters)
Reuters - New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer has settled his payola case against Sony BMG. Now, the radio and music industries, which felt they had already cleaned up their act, are left wondering what difference, if any, the settlement will make.

U.K. Label Free Reed plans Thompson boxed set (Reuters)
Reuters - U.K.-based folk archivist Neil Wayne has at least 4,000 admirers in the United States, judging from the number of mail orders his Free Reed label has received in the past few years. Come February, he expects that number to "go up a few cogs."

Universities enroll in music services (Reuters)
Reuters - Get 'em while they're young.

Celebs Join B.B. King for Museum Benefit (AP)
AP - Bruce Willis, Dr. John and Kenny Wayne Shepherd were among the artists on stage with blues legend B.B. King during a special birthday benefit to raise money for a museum bearing the musician's name.

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