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Bullock Works Counter at Sister's Bakery (AP)
AP - Crowds lined up outside the doors for the grand opening of Gesine's Confectionary where "Miss Congeniality" star Sandra Bullock was working the front counter.

Popular Hosts Out at BET Music Show '106' (AP)
AP - The hosts of "106 & Park" are both out after five years with BET's most popular series, with one suggesting he was pushed out the door.

Bice Breaks Foot During N.H. Concert (AP)
AP - For Bo Bice, it's the shoes. The "American Idol" finalist broke his foot Sunday night performing in Manchester, N.H. — and says his misfortune is due to a change in footwear.

Deal Said Near in Michael Jackson Case (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson is nearing a settlement in a legal dispute with his ex-wife over visitation rights for their two children, the singer's attorney said Tuesday.

Don Knotts' Failing Health Delays Festival (AP)
AP - Don Knotts' failing health has forced his hometown to indefinitely postpone a parade and film festival in his honor that had been scheduled for Aug. 12-14.

Kidman Prepares for "Invasion" (E! Online)
E! Online - A mysterious alien force has altered the behavior of human beings and it's up to Nicole Kidman to save the day.

Deal Said Near in Michael Jackson Case (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson is nearing a settlement in a legal dispute with his ex-wife over visitation rights for their two children, the singer's attorney said Tuesday.

Popular Hosts Out at BET Music Show '106' (AP)
AP - The hosts of "106 & Park" are both out after five years with BET's most popular series, with one suggesting he was pushed out the door.

Sirius Satellite loss widens, but subscribers grow (Reuters)
Reuters - Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. on Tuesday said its quarterly net loss widened on higher spending for its pay-radio system, but subscriber growth nearly tripled and it boosted its 2005 subscriber forecast.

Theater review: Killers (Reuters)
Reuters - Under the skillful direction of Bart DeLorenzo and a first-rate acting ensemble, John Olive's pulp-fiction, film-noir style "Killers" -- an homage to pulp writers Jim Thompson and Charles Bukowski and jazz artist John Coltrane -- is adroit, edgy and great fun.

Kidman Prepares for "Invasion" (E! Online)
E! Online - A mysterious alien force has altered the behavior of human beings and it's up to Nicole Kidman to save the day.

Brewer Shooting Another Movie in Memphis (AP)
AP - Filmmaker Craig Brewer, whose "Hustle & Flow" has been getting favorable reviews, is shooting another movie in his hometown that even provides a bit role for the city's landmark skyscraper.

Bullock Serves Up Macaroons at Vt. Bakery (AP)
AP - Crowds lined up outside the doors for the grand opening of Gesine's Confectionary on Tuesday not for the macaroons that the new bakery wants to become known for, but for the counter help handing out complimentary versions of the treats: actress Sandra Bullock.

Aniston Resilient in First Interview (AP)
AP - In her first interview since splitting with Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston says she was "shocked" by the breakup and is trying to "pick up the pieces in the midst of this media circus."

Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor Have Baby (AP)
AP - It's a boy for Ben Stiller and his wife, Christine Taylor. Quinlin Dempsey Stiller was born July 10 in Los Angeles. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces, People magazine reported Monday.

Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - TV executive-turned-screenwriter Dan McDermott has been tapped to pen an updated version of "Charlie Chan" for 20th Century Fox.

Moore Calls Mich. Film Fest a Big Success (AP)
AP - It may not rival Sundance or Cannes, but Michael Moore says the film festival he conceived with other movie lovers in this Lake Michigan town was a bigger hit than expected and has a bright future.

Kidman snatches lead in 'Invasion' (Reuters)
Reuters - Nicole Kidman is in final negotiations to star in "Invasion," a sci-fi thriller being directed by the German director of a recent controversial film about Adolf Hitler.

Clooney brings 'Good Luck' to N.Y. Film Festival (Reuters)
Reuters - George Clooney's "Good Night, and Good Luck," starring David Strathairn as journalist Edward R. Murrow, will open the 43rd New York Film Festival on Sept. 22 at Lincoln Center.

Amorality play launches satirical trilogy (Reuters)
Reuters - Irish indie filmmaker Mary McGuckian doesn't do things the easy way.

Deal Said Near in Michael Jackson Case (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson is nearing a settlement in a legal dispute with his ex-wife over visitation rights for their two children, the singer's attorney said Tuesday.

Phair unplugs new songs in rushed New York show (Reuters)
Reuters - Liz Phair unveiled three tracks from her forthcoming album, "Somebody's Miracle" Monday during the first of two shows at New York's intimate Joe's Pub.

50 Cent's Fall "Massacre" (E! Online)
E! Online - The rap megastar will rerelease his mega-selling The Massacre Sept. 6.

Shooter Jennings Celebrates Dad's Past (AP)
AP - Sometimes, the offspring of famous parents view their lineage as more of a burden than a benefit — especially when they pursue the same profession. You won't hear any of that talk from Shooter Jennings. The son of the late country legend Waylon Jennings and singer Jessi Colter, Jennings is more than proud to draw from his rich musical heritage.

Bice Breaks Foot During N.H. Concert (AP)
AP - For Bo Bice, it's the shoes. The "American Idol" finalist broke his foot Sunday night performing in Manchester, N.H. — and says his misfortune is due to a change in footwear.

Bo Bice's Bad Break (E! Online)
E! Online - The American Idol runner-up broke his foot during an American Idols Live! show Sunday night in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Billboard album reviews (Reuters)
Reuters - Alice Cooper has got lots of ladies on his mind. Troublemakers ("Woman of Mass Distraction"), wannabe stars ("Perfect") and haughty brats ("Sunset Babies ") all occupy "Dirty Diamonds," their tales set against rock backdrops that pay homage to the British Invasion. This style infuses most of the album, but it wouldn't be a Cooper record if he didn't take bizarre detours like the cover of the Left Banke's psychedelic ballad "Pretty Ballerina." "The Saga of Jesse Jane" is the hysterical story of a cross-dressing truck driver that references bridal gowns, Judy Garland and Happy Meals, and his Johnny Cash imitation kicks the strolling country tune over the top. Cooper's humor is in top form, but the words to "Steal That Car" are juvenile, and the rap-fringed "Stand" is out of place.

Popular Hosts Out at BET Music Show '106' (AP)
AP - The hosts of "106 & Park" are both out after five years with BET's most popular series, with one suggesting he was pushed out the door.

Harrison's 'Concert for Bangladesh' coming to DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - George Harrison's 1971 charity shindig "The Concert for Bangladesh," a rock extravaganza that paved the way for all-star benefits and set a new low for fiscal mismanagement, is coming to DVD for the first time on Oct. 25.

Vegas Hilton Extends Contract With Manilow (AP)
AP - Barry Manilow will keep on crooning into 2007 at the Las Vegas Hilton. The hotel-casino has added 150 shows to Manilow's current engagement, Hilton executives announced Tuesday.

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