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Bob Denver, TV's Gilligan, Dies at Age 70 (AP)
Bob Denver, who plays the title role in the 'Gilligan's Island' television comedy, clowns for the photographer during a break from filming outside the CBS Studio Center in Los Angeles in the Nov. 1964 file photo. Denver died Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, at Wake Forest University Baptist Hospital in North Carolina of complications from treatment he was receiving for cancer, his agent said. He was 70. (AP Photo)AP - Bob Denver, the bumbling namesake of "Gilligan's Island" who embarked on what was supposed to be a three-hour tour and endeared himself to generations of TV fans, has died at age 70.


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Kanye West Won't Detract From NFL Concert (AP)
Rapper Kanye West is shown during a news conference for the NFL opening kickoff concert Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005, in Los Angeles. In his first public appearance since making inflammatory comments at NBC's telethon for Hurricane Katrina survivors, rapper Kanye West said entertainment would remain the top priority at this week's NFL opening kickoff concert.(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - In his first public appearance since verbally lashing President Bush, rapper Kanye West said he would stick to entertainment at this week's NFL opening kickoff concert.


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Mother of Jackson Accuser Pleads Innocent (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson, pictured in Dubai, has written a song for Hurricane Katrina victims and is enlisting other musicians to join him in a recording project to raise funds for their relief, a spokeswoman said(AFP/HO)AP - The mother of the boy who accused Michael Jackson of molesting him pleaded not guilty Tuesday to welfare fraud.


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'Transporter 2' Carries Off Audiences (AP)
AP - Audiences were carried away by the high-octane action flick "Transporter 2" over the Labor Day weekend, making it the top weekend movie with a take of $20.1 million.

Connick Surveys Father's Damaged La. Home (AP)
Jazz crooner Harry Connick Jr., takes the stage at the Gem Theater in Kansas City, Mo., on Aug. 3, 2003. Connick surveyed the damage by Hurricane Katrina to his father's New Orleans home. Connick returned to New Orleans Monday, a trip documented for NBC's 'Today' television show and aired Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005. He had traveled to the city last week. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)AP - Traveling by boat and wading through foul-smelling water, Harry Connick Jr. surveyed the damage by Hurricane Katrina to his father's New Orleans home.


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Burton's "Corpse Bride" animates Venice film fest (Reuters)
Reuters - In Tim Burton's ghoulish but hilarious animation movie "Corpse Bride," the world of the dead is full of color, music and fun while the land of the living is black, white and oppressive.

Crow, Dixie Chicks among Katrina benefit acts (Reuters)
Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, Randy Newman, Neil Young, Rod Stewart, Alicia Keys and Paul Simon will perform during Friday's Hurricane Katrina benefit organized by the major broadcast networks. 'Shelter From the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast,' a live, hourlong telecast, will be carried commercial-free by more than two dozen other cable outlets. In addition to raising money for victims of Hurricane Katrina, the event will pay tribute to the rescue and recovery workers who have an arduous task ahead in cleaning up the devastated regions in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. In this file picture, Crow attends the start of the 14th stage of the 92nd Tour de France cycling race, July 16, 2005. (Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)Reuters - Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, Randy Newman, Neil Young, Rod Stewart, Alicia Keys and Paul Simon will perform during Friday's Hurricane Katrina benefit organized by the major broadcast networks.


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Crow, Dixie Chicks among Katrina benefit acts (Reuters)
Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, Randy Newman, Neil Young, Rod Stewart, Alicia Keys and Paul Simon will perform during Friday's Hurricane Katrina benefit organized by the major broadcast networks. 'Shelter From the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast,' a live, hourlong telecast, will be carried commercial-free by more than two dozen other cable outlets. In addition to raising money for victims of Hurricane Katrina, the event will pay tribute to the rescue and recovery workers who have an arduous task ahead in cleaning up the devastated regions in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. In this file picture, Crow attends the start of the 14th stage of the 92nd Tour de France cycling race, July 16, 2005. (Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)Reuters - Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, Randy Newman, Neil Young, Rod Stewart, Alicia Keys and Paul Simon will perform during Friday's Hurricane Katrina benefit organized by the major broadcast networks.


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Saudi billionaire boosts News Corp. voting stake (Reuters)
Reuters - Saudi Arabian billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal said Tuesday he now holds a 5.5% voting stake in Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and is ready to raise his stake, especially if it is necessary to shield Murdoch from any potential hostile takeover attempts by the likes of John Malone's Liberty Media.

Gary Beach Returns to Broadway's 'Producers,' Following His Own Trail of De Bris (Playbill)
Playbill - Gary Beach will be back on Broadway as crazed impresario Roger De Bris Sept. 6 following a Tony Award-nominated turn in La Cage aux Folles and the shooting of "The Producers" movie, in which he reprises his Tony-winning Roger role.

Burton's "Corpse Bride" animates Venice film fest (Reuters)
Reuters - In Tim Burton's ghoulish but hilarious animation movie "Corpse Bride," the world of the dead is full of color, music and fun while the land of the living is black, white and oppressive.

Bibb joins starting grid for Ferrell pic (Reuters)
Reuters - Leslie Bibb will play Will Ferrell's wife in Columbia Pictures' untitled NASCAR comedy shooting in North Carolina.

Brit actor Hunnam in talks for sci-fi thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - English actor Charlie Hunnam is in talks to join Clive Owen and Julianne Moore in "Children of Men," based on the book by mystery writer P.D. James.

'Hard Candy' director has eyes for 'Night' (Reuters)
Reuters - David Slade, who directed the Sundance breakout "Hard Candy," has signed on to shoot "30 Days of Night," a low-budget horror based on the eponymous comic book series.

Not even The Force could save summer box office (Reuters)
Reuters - Science fiction and fantasy pyrotechnics might have lit up movie screens, but the summer box office season proved stubbornly lackluster.

Romance & Cigarettes (Reuters)
U.S. director John Turturro (R) and U.S. actress Susan Sarandon pose as they attend a photocall in Venice September 6, 2005. Turturro is presenting his latest movie 'Romance and Cigarettes' at the Venice film festival. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - The Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney spirit is alive and well in John Turturro's "Romance & Cigarettes" with some top stars including James Gandolfini, Susan Sarandon, and Kate Winslet gamely putting on a show, but the sad result is a karaoke nightmare.


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Film review: Elizabethtown (Reuters)
(L-R) U.S. actress Susan Sarandon, U.S. director Cameron Crowe, U.S. actress Kirsten Dunst and British actor Orlando Bloom pose during a photocall in Venice September 4, 2005. Crowe is presenting his latest movie 'Elizabethtown' at the Venice film festival. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - There's a winning little road picture with an appealing couple and great music in writer/director Cameron Crowe's "Elizabethtown," but it's not until Orlando Bloom and Kirsten Dunst blow town that it gets up any speed.


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Everything Is Illuminated (Reuters)
Reuters - In his behind-the-camera debut, Liev Schreiber brings Jonathan Safran Foer's ambitious 2001 novel "Everything Is Illuminated" to the screen in a considerably scaled down version that still effectively retains the book's warm eccentricity and gently persuasive sentimentality.

Lord of War (Reuters)
Reuters - "Lord of War" is an oddly satisfying mesh of an international action-adventure with an extremely dark satire about the global arms trade.

Captain America's Big Shot (E! Online)
Spider-Man is about to get company--a lot of it--in makeup.E! Online - Spider-Man is about to get company--a lot of it--in makeup.


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Crow, Dixie Chicks among Katrina benefit acts (Reuters)
Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, Randy Newman, Neil Young, Rod Stewart, Alicia Keys and Paul Simon will perform during Friday's Hurricane Katrina benefit organized by the major broadcast networks. 'Shelter From the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast,' a live, hourlong telecast, will be carried commercial-free by more than two dozen other cable outlets. In addition to raising money for victims of Hurricane Katrina, the event will pay tribute to the rescue and recovery workers who have an arduous task ahead in cleaning up the devastated regions in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. In this file picture, Crow attends the start of the 14th stage of the 92nd Tour de France cycling race, July 16, 2005. (Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)Reuters - Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, Randy Newman, Neil Young, Rod Stewart, Alicia Keys and Paul Simon will perform during Friday's Hurricane Katrina benefit organized by the major broadcast networks.


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Aerosmith's Vegas club show headed to CD (Reuters)
Aerosmith kicks out the jams on the upcoming live disc 'Rockin' the Joint,' which was taped January 11, 2002, during a rare club show at Las Vegas' the Joint. Due October 25 via Columbia as a DualDisc, the album culls highlights from a set that included an uncommon six songs from Aerosmith's classic 1975 album 'Toys in the Attic.' In this file picture, Steven Tyler from the band Aerosmith arrives for the world premiere of the film 'Be Cool' in Hollywood, California February 14, 2005. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)Reuters - Aerosmith kicks out the jams on the upcoming live disc "Rockin' the Joint," which was taped January 11, 2002, during a rare club show at Las Vegas' the Joint.


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Music video directors get their own DVD series (Reuters)
Reuters - When Palm Pictures issued a series of DVDs in the winter of 2003 highlighting the works of music video directors, sales reps struggled to spark retailer interest. Compilations crafted by relatively obscure directors are not exactly mass-appeal items.

Cream reuniting for 3 New York shows next month (Reuters)
Legendary supergroup Cream (L-R) bass player Jack Bruce, drummer Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton perform during a concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London May 2, 2005. Cream will whip up a 'Strange Brew' for American fans next month when it plays its first U.S. arena shows since breaking up in 1968, the band announced on Tuesday. The rock trio will play Madison Square Garden in New York on October 24, 25 and 26. (Dylan Martine/Reuters)Reuters - British rock trio Cream, will whip up a "Strange Brew" for American fans next month when it plays its first U.S. arena shows since breaking up in 1968, the band announced on Tuesday.


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Michael Jackson writes song for hurricane relief (Reuters)
Singer Michael Jackson is seen in Santa Maria, California in this picture taken June 3, 2005. Jackson has announced on September 6, 2005 that he plans to record within the next two weeks, a hurricane relief song that he has written with a working title of 'From the Bottom of My Heart' in response to the widespread devastation from Hurricane Katrina in the United States. Jackson will be reaching out to other recording superstars to join him in the project, with all proceeds from the sale donated to the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Picture taken June 3, 2005. (Phil Kelin/Reuters)Reuters - Pop star Michael Jackson has written a song for the victims of Hurricane Katrina that he hopes to record with other top artists and release as a charity single, his spokeswoman said on Tuesday.


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Androgynous New Yorker wins top U.K. music prize (Reuters)
Antony Hegarty of Antony and the Johnsons wins the Mercury Music Prize awards in central London, September 6, 2005. The Mercury Music Prize honours the best album of the last year by a UK or Irish act, chosen from a wide range of musical genres. It is voted for by a panel of music industry experts, journalists and music artists. (Mike Finn-Kelcey/Reuters)Reuters - An androgynous New York-based artist who sings haunting ballads about gender confusion was the surprise winner of one of Britain's most prestigious music prizes Tuesday.


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Faith Evans (Reuters)
Reuters - After 10 years, with four solid albums under her belt, it's disappointing that Faith Evans isn't more of a household name beyond the strictures of R&B/hip-hop. At the end of a solid, emotion-drenched two-hour set on the Sunset Strip Saturday, Evans solidified her reputation of "The First Lady," also the title of her recently released album.

Kanye West Won't Detract From NFL Concert (AP)
Rapper Kanye West is shown during a news conference for the NFL opening kickoff concert Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005, in Los Angeles. In his first public appearance since making inflammatory comments at NBC's telethon for Hurricane Katrina survivors, rapper Kanye West said entertainment would remain the top priority at this week's NFL opening kickoff concert.(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - In his first public appearance since verbally lashing President Bush, rapper Kanye West said he would stick to entertainment at this week's NFL opening kickoff concert.


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NFL Stands by Kanye (E! Online)
The National Football League is refusing to punt Kanye West, 
 despite the rapper's controversial trashing of President Bush's response 
 to Hurricane Katrina.E! Online - The National Football League is refusing to punt Kanye West, despite the rapper's controversial trashing of President Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina.


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Crow, Armstrong Ready for Marriage (E! Online)
All Sheryl Crow and Lance Armstrong wanna do is have some 
 fun--oh, and get hitched, too.E! Online - All Sheryl Crow and Lance Armstrong wanna do is have some fun--oh, and get hitched, too.


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