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Stewart's Home Confinement Release Delayed (AP)
AP - Martha Stewart's release from home confinement and her electronic anklet has been delayed three weeks to the end of the month, her lawyer said Wednesday.

Lachey: No Truth to Rumors of Breakup (AP)
AP - Nick Lachey and Kelly Ripa took a broom to some rumors as they co-hosted the syndicated TV show "Live With Regis and Kelly."

Chappelle's Show Is 'Done,' Murphy Says (AP)
AP - Time to face the facts: Dave Chappelle's hit Comedy Central series isn't coming back, says one of its stars. "`Chappelle's Show' is over, man. Done," comic Charlie Murphy told TV Guide. "It took me a long time to be able to say those words, but I can say it pretty easy now, because it's the truth."

Mayer Needs Fans to Help Finish His Song (AP)
AP - John Mayer has writer's block — and he wants your help. The soft-voiced rocker is calling on fans to make a song out of some lyrics that didn't make it onto his upcoming album.

Hugh Hefner Gets Into Bed With Reality TV (AP)
AP - Things are not what they seem to be at the Playboy Mansion. The blonde sidling up for a pat turns out to be Archie, a male mutt living the good life at Hugh Hefner's estate. A bubbly woman clad in a T-shirt (tight), shorts (very short) and heels (very, very high) is an official G.O.F. — Girlfriend of Hef — but also holds two college degrees.

Legal Duel Over "Zorro" (E! Online)
E! Online - As if Zorro doesn't have enough to worry about while helping the peoples, now he's gotta contend with lawyers.

Bluesman 'Little' Milton in coma after stroke (Reuters)
Reuters - Blues musician "Little" Milton Campbell, whose gritty vocals and songwriting recalls B.B. King's rough-edged style, was in a coma after suffering a stroke, a friend said on Wednesday.

Testimony of Blake's First Wife Detailed (AP)
AP - The first wife of actor Robert Blake claims in a court deposition that the actor tried to have her killed after the couple separated.

Napster posts wider loss, beats estimates (Reuters)
Reuters - Online music service Napster Inc on Wednesday posted a wider quarterly loss, but beat Wall Street estimates on improved gross margins and increased subscriptions and a la carte sales.

John Cullum Joins Rosemary Harris in MTC's 'The Other Side' (Playbill)
Playbill - John Cullum will co-star with Rosemary Harris in Manhattan Theatre Club's late 2005 American premiere production of Ariel Dorfman's The Other Side.

Legal Duel Over "Zorro" (E! Online)
E! Online - As if Zorro doesn't have enough to worry about while helping the peoples, now he's gotta contend with lawyers.

Film review: Duma (Reuters)
Reuters - Working again in a movie subgenre of which he is the acknowledged master, Carroll Ballard has created in "Duma" another remarkable story of people and wild animals set against a rugged landscape.

Lachey: No Truth to Rumors of Breakup (AP)
AP - Nick Lachey and Kelly Ripa took a broom to some rumors as they co-hosted the syndicated TV show "Live With Regis and Kelly." Lachey denied that his marriage to Jessica Simpson is on the rocks, and Ripa said her co-host, Regis Philbin, isn't getting the boot from the daytime talk show.

Review: Little Substance in Dreamy '2046' (AP)
AP - If anyone else's name but Wong Kar Wai's were at the top of the credits, you'd think "2046" was a parody of a Wong Kar Wai film.

Sony to Pay $1.5M Over Fake Movie Critic (AP)
AP - Sony Pictures Entertainment must pay $1.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit accusing the studio of citing a fake movie critic in ads for several films.

Time Warner Puts Aside $3B for Settlements (AP)
AP - Time Warner Inc., the world's largest media company, is setting aside $3 billion in reserves to settle shareholder lawsuits filed against the company in the wake of its disastrous merger with AOL.

Filmmakers Sue Sony Pictures Over 'Zorro' (AP)
AP - A film company wants a federal court to declare it can make a movie based on the character of "Zorro" despite objections by Sony Pictures Entertainment, the movie studio behind the 1998 film "The Mask of Zorro."

Upcoming Film Releases-Weeks of August 1 & August 8 (Reuters)
Reuters - An update of the U.S. film calendar for this week and next. Dates are subject to change, and films initially may open only in select cities, mentioned wherever possible.

Samuel L. Jackson seeks payback in samurai tale (Reuters)
Reuters - Samuel L. Jackson has signed to star in and co-produce "Afrosamurai," a live-action feature film based on a Japanese "manga" comic.

Gere tends 'Flock' for Hong Kong helmer (Reuters)
Reuters - Richard Gere has signed to play a federal agent in "The Flock," a $35 million indie thriller that marks the English-language debut of Hong Kong director Andrew Lau (Wai Keung Lau).

Green Day catalog no longer on indie label (Reuters)
Reuters - Lookout! Records has acknowledged that punk trio Green Day has pulled its pre-1994 catalog from the San Francisco indie label.

HackTone on lookout for discarded musical gems (Reuters)
Reuters - Think of newly founded HackTone Records as a home for wayward records.

Veteran pop acts double up on the road (Reuters)
Reuters - During a recent concert in New Jersey, Don Henley was doing his usual earnest job with "Hotel California" when, seemingly out of nowhere, the crowd burst into a huge round of applause.

Bluesman 'Little' Milton in coma after stroke (Reuters)
Reuters - Blues musician "Little" Milton Campbell, whose gritty vocals and songwriting recalls B.B. King's rough-edged style, was in a coma after suffering a stroke, a friend said on Wednesday.

Heartbreakers strong at summer concert box office (Reuters)
Reuters - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers are putting up some of the biggest numbers of their career this summer, averaging more than 16,500 people a night in attendance, according to Billboard Boxscore.

Emmylou Harris to play with Neil Young in Nashville (Reuters)
Reuters - Neil Young will be joined at his upcoming stand at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium by Emmylou Harris, Wayne Jackson of the Memphis Horns, the Fisk University Jubilee Singers and Carl Gorodetsky and the Nashville String Machine. The Aug. 18-19 shows will be taped for concert film by director Jonathan Demme.

No 'Babylon' for Gray fans in coming world tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Fans of David Gray who want to hear his biggest hit "Babylon" performed live as he tours to promote his latest album may be disappointed because the singer-songwriter is sick of playing it.

Latin Grammy Awards Returning to L.A. (AP)
AP - The Latin Grammy Awards return to the Shrine Auditorium this fall. The sixth annual awards show will be televised live Nov. 3 on the Univision Television Network from the historic site near downtown, the second consecutive year the ceremony will originate from Los Angeles.

Rocker Melissa Etheridge says she cancer free (Reuters)
Reuters - Nine months after doctors found a malignant tumor in her breast, rock singer Melissa Etheridge says she is cancer free and thinking about having a baby with her partner, actress Tammy Lynn Michaels.

"Now 19" Outguns Young (E! Online)
E! Online - Now! might be leaving its teens, but it can still mix it up with a young hood.

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