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Exhausted Eminem Cancels European Tour (AP)
Rapper Eminem performs at the MTV Europe Music Awards, in Rome, Nov. 18, 2004. The last of 30 commemorative bricks from the recently demolished Detroit Artillery Armory on Eight Mile Road in Oak Park, autographed by Eminem, who grew up on both sides of the roadway and made it famous in a hit song and film, was sold for $685. The bricks were sold as a fund-raiser for the 32-year-old rapper's charity, the Marshall Mathers Foundation, and the Eight Mile Boulevard Association. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini, File)AP - Eminem, who last week wrapped up his nationwide "Anger Management" tour, has canceled his European tour, citing exhaustion and other medical issues, his record label said Tuesday.


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Madonna Breaks Bones While Riding a Horse (AP)
Madonna arrives with her husband Guy Ritchie for the British premiere of a film  in London's Leicester Square,   May 23, 2005. Her 47th birthday celebration was marred when she suffered several broken bones in a horse riding accident at her country home outside London, her publicist told The Associated Press on Tuesday, Aug. 16 2005. Her husband took Madonna to an undisclosed hospital, where she was treated.   (AP Photo/ Max Nash)AP - Madonna's 47th birthday celebration was marred Tuesday when she suffered several broken bones in a horse riding accident at her country home outside London, her publicist told The Associated Press.


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'Da Vinci' Film Divides British Churches (AP)
Protester Sister Mary Michael, who claimed to belong to Our Lady's Community of Peace and Mercy in Lincoln.  kneels outside Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, England, Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2005.  She is protesting against the filming inside the cathedral of three scenes of a film from the controversial book 'The Da Vinci Code' by Dan Brown. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - Westminster Abbey said no, but Lincoln Cathedral was happy to oblige as was a small Scottish chapel.


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AP Casts Its Ballot for MTV's VMAs (AP)
Gwen Stefani performs during the start of the 2005 Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif., in this  Aug. 14, 2005, file photo. Stefani is nominated for best female video for 'Hollaback Girl' at this year's MTV Video Awards (VMAs) which will be held Aug. 28 in Miami.  (AP Photo/Matt Sayles/FILE)AP - When MTV descends on Miami on Aug. 28 for the annual Video Music Awards, it will bring a seemingly endless lineup of rappers, rockers, teeny boppers and even Killers.


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Notorious BIG Family Seeks $2.1 Million (AP)
AP - Attorneys for the family of slain rap star Notorious BIG are asking the city for about $2.1 million in fees and costs stemming from Los Angeles Police Department misconduct in a federal wrongful death lawsuit.

Finney right vintage for 'Good Year' (Reuters)
Reuters - Albert Finney has grape expectations for his next movie.

Supreme Court nominee opposed Jackson commendation (Reuters)
As reported in Tuesday's Washington Post, in June and September 1984, Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts, then a young assistant to White House counsel Fred Fielding, wrote a memo to his boss opposing repeated requests by Michael Jackson's handlers for a presidential letter praising the singer's efforts opposing drunk driving and giving away free concert tickets to needy youngsters. In this file photo, Roberts looks on after a meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, July 28, 2005. (Shaun Heasley/Reuters)Reuters - The Reagan-era White House counseling of Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts, Jr. dug up in the press in recent weeks might not be inflammatory enough to rally Democrats to oppose his confirmation, but fans of Michael Jackson and Prince may now be bristling.


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TV producers seek to keep politics out of war (Reuters)
Reuters - Fighting the global war on terrorism is vexing enough in real life. Fighting it on the small screen from a highly politicized point of view would be a tactical mistake, according to a group of top television writer-producers.

TV producers seek to keep politics out of war (Reuters)
Reuters - Fighting the global war on terrorism is vexing enough in real life. Fighting it on the small screen from a highly politicized point of view would be a tactical mistake, according to a group of top television writer-producers.

Review: One-Man Star Wars (Reuters)
Reuters - Love it or hate it, no one can accuse "One-Man Star Wars Trilogy" of false advertising. Indeed, the only thing the title doesn't get across (and that's probably because of lack of space) is that George Lucas' three Luke Skywalker epics now take under an hour to act out.

Finney right vintage for 'Good Year' (Reuters)
Reuters - Albert Finney has grape expectations for his next movie.

Newton finds 'Happyness' with Will Smith (Reuters)
British actress Thandie Newton has been cast opposite Will Smith in the fact-based drama 'The Pursuit of Happyness.' Newton will play Smith's estranged wife and the mother of his son. In this file photo, Newton arrives for the U.K premiere of 'Finding Neverland' in London, October 17, 2004. (David Bebber/Reuters)Reuters - British actress Thandie Newton has been cast opposite Will Smith in the fact-based drama "The Pursuit of Happyness."


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Quintet set to play Branagh's "Flute" (Reuters)
Reuters - Kenneth Branagh has plucked actors from the opera world for his feature adaptation of Mozart's "The Magic Flute."

Fox, Marvel drop lawsuit over 'Zoom' (Reuters)
Reuters - 20th Century Fox and Marvel Enterprises have withdrawn the suit they filed in June against Revolution Studios and Sony Pictures, charging them with copyright infringement and unfair competition for planning to release the superhero comedy "Zoom" two weeks ahead of Fox's own superhero sequel "X3" next May.

Security-conscious airports still welcome filmmakers (Reuters)
Reuters - With all the heightened security passengers face at airports post-September 11, it would be natural to assume that film crews are personae non gratae.

Film review: The Constant Gardener (Reuters)
Reuters - John le Carre's densely plotted novels, which revolve around espionage, moral corruption and forces of evil at work around the globe, often flounder when transferred to the screen.

'Batman Begins' to hit DVD October 18 (Reuters)
'Batman Begins' will come out on DVD October 18, putting into place one of the final pieces of the studios' fourth-quarter home video puzzle. In this file photo, cast members pose at the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Los Angeles June 6, 2005. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - "Batman Begins" will come out on DVD October 18, putting into place one of the final pieces of the studios' fourth-quarter home video puzzle.


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'Da Vinci' Film Divides British Churches (AP)
Protester Sister Mary Michael, who claimed to belong to Our Lady's Community of Peace and Mercy in Lincoln.  kneels outside Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, England, Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2005.  She is protesting against the filming inside the cathedral of three scenes of a film from the controversial book 'The Da Vinci Code' by Dan Brown. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - Westminster Abbey said no, but Lincoln Cathedral was happy to oblige as was a small Scottish chapel.


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Third Hollywood studio sets sights on 9/11 drama (Reuters)
Universal Pictures unveiled plans on Tuesday for a big-screen thriller about the September 11 attacks on America, becoming the third major studio to set its sights on a subject Hollywood initially bent over backward to avoid. As America nears the fourth anniversary of the bloodiest attacks on its soil, filmmakers and TV producers are clamoring to dramatize events surrounding the suicide hijackings that killed nearly 3,000 people and ignited the U.S. war on terrorism. In addition to films in the works at Universal and two rival studios, several new made-for-TV projects are expected to focus on what happened when Islamic militants crashed two jetliners into New York's World Trade Center, a third plane into the Pentagon and a fourth in Pennsylvania.In this file photo, the World Trade Center south tower (L) burst into flames after being struck by hijacked United Airlines Flight 175 as the north tower burns following an earlier attack by a hijacked airliner in New York City September 11, 2001. (Sean Adair/Reuters)Reuters - Universal Pictures unveiled plans on Tuesday for a big-screen thriller about the September 11 attacks on America, becoming the third major studio to set its sights on a subject Hollywood initially bent over backward to avoid.


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Madonna Suffers Broken Bones in Accident (AP)
Madonna poses after reading from her new book 'Lotsa De Casha' to children on June 7, 2005, in New York.  Her 47th birthday celebration was marred when she suffered several broken bones in a horse riding accident at her country home outside London, her publicist told The Associated Press on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2005.  (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)AP - Madonna's 47th birthday celebration was marred when she suffered several broken bones in a horse riding accident at her country home outside London, her publicist told The Associated Press on Tuesday.


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Supreme Court nominee opposed Jackson commendation (Reuters)
As reported in Tuesday's Washington Post, in June and September 1984, Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts, then a young assistant to White House counsel Fred Fielding, wrote a memo to his boss opposing repeated requests by Michael Jackson's handlers for a presidential letter praising the singer's efforts opposing drunk driving and giving away free concert tickets to needy youngsters. In this file photo, Roberts looks on after a meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, July 28, 2005. (Shaun Heasley/Reuters)Reuters - The Reagan-era White House counseling of Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts, Jr. dug up in the press in recent weeks might not be inflammatory enough to rally Democrats to oppose his confirmation, but fans of Michael Jackson and Prince may now be bristling.


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Neil Young extends pact with Reprise Records (Reuters)
Neil Young has signed a new, multi-album deal with his longtime label Reprise Records, which will kick in with the September 27 release of his latest studio set, 'Prairie Wind.' In this file photo, Young plays during the Live 8 concert in Barrie, Ontario July 2, 2005. (J.P. Moczulski/Reuters)Reuters - Neil Young has signed a new, multi-album deal with his longtime label Reprise Records, which will kick in with the September 27 release of his latest studio set, "Prairie Wind."


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Exhausted Eminem Cancels European Tour (AP)
Rapper Eminem performs at the MTV Europe Music Awards, in Rome, Nov. 18, 2004. The last of 30 commemorative bricks from the recently demolished Detroit Artillery Armory on Eight Mile Road in Oak Park, autographed by Eminem, who grew up on both sides of the roadway and made it famous in a hit song and film, was sold for $685. The bricks were sold as a fund-raiser for the 32-year-old rapper's charity, the Marshall Mathers Foundation, and the Eight Mile Boulevard Association. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini, File)AP - Eminem, who last week wrapped up his nationwide "Anger Management" tour, has canceled his European tour, citing exhaustion and other medical issues, his record label said Tuesday.


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Man Charged in Shooting of Singer Cohn (AP)
AP - A man suspected of shooting Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Marc Cohn in the head during an attempted carjacking was charged Tuesday with first-degree attempted murder and other counts.

Eminem scraps Europe tour, citing 'medical issues' (Reuters)
Rapper Eminem has cancelled a European tour scheduled for September, citing treatment for 'exhaustion, complicated by other medical issues,' his record label said in a statement on Tuesday. In this photo, Eminem performs a medley at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, June 4, 2005. (Fred Greaves/Reuters)Reuters - Rapper Eminem has canceled a European tour scheduled for September, citing treatment for "exhaustion, complicated by other medical issues," his record label said in a statement on Tuesday.


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Notorious BIG Family Seeks $2.1 Million (AP)
AP - Attorneys for the family of slain rap star Notorious BIG are asking the city for about $2.1 million in fees and costs stemming from Los Angeles Police Department misconduct in a federal wrongful death lawsuit.

AP Casts Its Ballot for MTV's VMAs (AP)
Gwen Stefani performs during the start of the 2005 Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif., in this  Aug. 14, 2005, file photo. Stefani is nominated for best female video for 'Hollaback Girl' at this year's MTV Video Awards (VMAs) which will be held Aug. 28 in Miami.  (AP Photo/Matt Sayles/FILE)AP - When MTV descends on Miami on Aug. 28 for the annual Video Music Awards, it will bring a seemingly endless lineup of rappers, rockers, teeny boppers and even Killers.


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Concert: The White Stripes (Reuters)
Reuters - There were so many instruments onstage Monday at the Greek Theater that some fans wondered if the White Stripes might stray from their two-person lineup and bring on some hired hands. Those thoughts, however, vanished as the evening progressed. While the Detroit duo stuck to the basic guitar and drums pairing for most of their 90-minute-plus set, the evening's most engaging moments came when Jack White put down his electric guitar and Meg White stepped out from behind her drum kit.

Madonna Breaks Bones While Riding a Horse (AP)
Madonna poses after reading from her new book 'Lotsa De Casha' to children on June 7, 2005, in New York.  Her 47th birthday celebration was marred when she suffered several broken bones in a horse riding accident at her country home outside London, her publicist told The Associated Press on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2005.  (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)AP - Madonna's 47th birthday celebration was marred Tuesday when she suffered several broken bones in a horse riding accident at her country home outside London, her publicist told The Associated Press.


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Green Day's Vocal Vacation (E! Online)
Green Day is taking a brief pit stop off the Boulevard of Broken 
 Dreams.E! Online - Green Day is taking a brief pit stop off the Boulevard of Broken Dreams.


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