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Cameron Diaz Wins Suit Over Topless Photos (AP)
Cameron Diaz is shown in this March 20, 2005 photo. A judge has awarded Cameron Diaz damages, Tuesday, April 4, 2006, in a civil lawsuit filed against a photographer who took topless photos of the actress when she was 19 and later tried to sell them back to her for $3.5 million. Superior Court Judge Valerie Baker awarded an undisclosed amount in statutory damages to Diaz and dismissed a countersuit filed against the 'Charlie's Angels' star by photographer John Rutter.  (AP Photo/Tammie Arroyo, file)AP - A judge has awarded Cameron Diaz damages in a civil lawsuit filed against a photographer who took topless photos of the actress when she was 19 and later tried to sell them back to her for $3.5 million.


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Aniston Faces Tension Over Wedding Rumor (AP)
Actress Jennifer Aniston arrives to the premiere of her new film 'Friends with Money' at the Egyptian Theater, in this Monday, March 27, 2006 file photo, in Los Angeles. Aniston's response was a tight-lipped silence on the Tuesday morning, April 4, 2006 Today show when asked about the latest rumor that Oprah Winfrey is hosting an $8 million wedding for her and beau Vince Vaughn.(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Silence. Awkward silence. That was Jennifer Aniston's tightlipped response on Tuesday morning's "Today" show when asked about the latest rumor that Oprah Winfrey is planning to host an $8 million wedding for her and beau Vince Vaughn.


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Couric May Address Future on Anniversary (AP)
NBC  'Today' show co-hosts Katie Couric and Matt Lauer appear during a segment of the television program in New York's Rockefeller Center, Monday April 3, 2006. Published reports in some New York newspapers Monday say that Couric has reached a deal in principle to anchor 'CBS Evening News.' (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Katie Couric is expected to mark the 15th anniversary of the day she first said hello to viewers as "Today" show host with a goodbye.


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Jessica Alba Forgives Playboy Over Dispute (AP)
Actress Jessica Alba is shown on the cover of the March 2006 issue of 'Playboy' magazine in this undated publicity photograph released by Playboy. (Playboy Magazine/Handout/Reuters)AP - Jessica Alba's dispute with Playboy is over. The 24-year-actress has dropped her demand that the magazine pull its March issue after receiving a letter of apology from founder Hugh Hefner.


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Nominees Announced for 2006 ALMA Awards (AP)
Actress Eva Longoria holds an Alma Award at the news conference for the announcement of the nominees for the 2006 'NCLR ALMA' awards Tuesday, April 4, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) gives out the ALMA awards to honor outstanding Latino artistic achievement in television, film and music. The show airs on June 5 on ABC. . (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Comedian George Lopez, director Robert Rodriguez and singer Shakira were among the nominees for the 2006 ALMA Awards, which honor artistic achievement by Hispanics in music, television and film.


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Banderas set to lead trek as "Conquistador" (Reuters)
Reuters - Antonio Banderas has signed on to play Spanish conqueror Hernan Cortes in the historical epic "Conquistador."

Man held as terrorism suspect over punk song (Reuters)
Reuters - British anti-terrorism detectives escorted a man from a plane after a taxi driver had earlier become suspicious when he started singing along to a track by punk band The Clash, police said on Wednesday.

Iraqi court throws out charges against CBS cameraman (Reuters)
Reuters - A cameraman for U.S. network CBS was freed on Wednesday after a year in detention without charge when an Iraqi court ruled there was no evidence to support charges of terrorism against him.

Iraqi court throws out charges against CBS cameraman (Reuters)
Reuters - A cameraman for U.S. network CBS was freed on Wednesday after a year in detention without charge when an Iraqi court ruled there was no evidence to support charges of terrorism against him.

Shakespeare comedy survives desert adaptation (Reuters)
Reuters - Written by William Shakespeare -- and liberally adapted by Cornerstone Theater Company's Alison Carey -- "As You Like It: A California Concoction" is inventive, ingenious and great fun.

Banderas set to lead trek as "Conquistador" (Reuters)
Reuters - Antonio Banderas has signed on to play Spanish conqueror Hernan Cortes in the historical epic "Conquistador."

Characters come to life in "Dreamland" (Reuters)
Reuters - Ideally suited as the opener of the eighth Method Fest, the annual Calabasas, Calif.-based film festival where the focus is on the acting, "Dreamland" is an atmospheric ensemble piece boasting several richly portrayed characters.

Cameron Diaz Wins Suit Over Topless Photos (AP)
Cameron Diaz is shown in this March 20, 2005 photo. A judge has awarded Cameron Diaz damages, Tuesday, April 4, 2006, in a civil lawsuit filed against a photographer who took topless photos of the actress when she was 19 and later tried to sell them back to her for $3.5 million. Superior Court Judge Valerie Baker awarded an undisclosed amount in statutory damages to Diaz and dismissed a countersuit filed against the 'Charlie's Angels' star by photographer John Rutter.  (AP Photo/Tammie Arroyo, file)AP - A judge has awarded Cameron Diaz damages in a civil lawsuit filed against a photographer who took topless photos of the actress when she was 19 and later tried to sell them back to her for $3.5 million.


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Ex-MGM exec to build IDT live-action film studio (Reuters)
Reuters - Animated movie maker IDT Entertainment has hired former MGM veteran Chris McGurk to build a live-action film studio in a sign of big plans for Hollywood by the scrappy newcomer owned by phone-card company IDT Corp..

Latest Hollywood book, script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Pictures has pre-emptively picked up "Loudermilk," a comedy pitch from Chris Bowman, with Jon Heder ("Napoleon Dynamite") attached to star.

Protest Disrupts Ceremony Honoring 'Crash' (AP)
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, left, presents a commemorative scroll to Paul Haggis, director of 'Crash,' which won the Best Picture Oscar and was filmed entirely in the city of Los Angeles, at a Los Angeles City Hall ceremony Tuesday, April 4, 2006. Co-producer and writer Bobby Moresco is at center rear. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - A ceremony honoring the cast and crew of the Academy Award-winning drama "Crash" was temporally disrupted by a group of union members seeking a new contract with the city.


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"Slither" leaves gloomy trail at box office (Reuters)
Reuters - "Slither" threw a scare into the box office this weekend, but it was not exactly the shock that its creators were hoping to achieve. This year, such horror movies as "Hostel," "When a Stranger Calls" and "Final Destination 3" have enjoyed a bloody good run -- bowing in first or second place with sales in the $20 million range.

"Kong" Is King of DVD Sales (E! Online)
E! Online - Movie execs could thump their chests in victory Wednesday after announcing that the Peter Jackson-directed blockbuster had moved 6.5 million copies by its sixth day in DVD release, a record performance for Universal Studios Home Entertainment. The clamor for Kong generated $100 million from consumers anxious to take the big ape home.

Jessica Alba Forgives Playboy Over Dispute (AP)
Actress Jessica Alba is shown on the cover of the March 2006 issue of 'Playboy' magazine in this undated publicity photograph released by Playboy. (Playboy Magazine/Handout/Reuters)AP - Jessica Alba's dispute with Playboy is over.


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Universal stands by "United 93" movie trailer (Reuters)
In this undated publicity photograph from Universal Pictures, passengers Jean and Donald Peterson, portrayed by actors Becky London and Tom O'Rourke, are shown in a scene from the film 'United 93' by writer/director Paul Greengrass. The film tells the story of the passengers and crew, their families on the ground and the flight controllers as United Airlines Flight 93 became the fourth hijacked plane on the day of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The film is scheduled to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on April 25, 2006 and open in the United States April 28. NO SALES NO ARCHIVES  REUTERS/Jonathan Olley/Universal Studios/HandoutReuters - Universal Pictures is standing by the promotional trailer for its upcoming 9/11 movie "United 93" despite audience complaints that caused one New York City theater to pull the advertisement off its screens.


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Man held as terrorism suspect over punk song (Reuters)
Reuters - British anti-terrorism detectives escorted a man from a plane after a taxi driver had earlier become suspicious when he started singing along to a track by punk band The Clash, police said on Wednesday.

Rap mogul "Suge" Knight files for bankruptcy (Reuters)
Rap mogul Suge Knight (L) and a bodyguard arrive at the premiere of the film 'Bad Boys II' in Los Angeles in this July 9, 2003 file photo. Knight filed for bankruptcy on April 4, 2006 to avoid losing control of his Death Row Records label in a $107 million civil court judgment, his lawyers said. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Marion "Suge" Knight and his Death Row Records filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday, hours before the rap mogul was expected to lose control of his label in a $107 million civil court judgment.


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Nominees Announced for 2006 ALMA Awards (AP)
Actress Eva Longoria holds an Alma Award at the news conference for the announcement of the nominees for the 2006 'NCLR ALMA' awards Tuesday, April 4, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) gives out the ALMA awards to honor outstanding Latino artistic achievement in television, film and music. The show airs on June 5 on ABC. . (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Comedian George Lopez, director Robert Rodriguez and singer Shakira were among the nominees for the 2006 ALMA Awards, which honor artistic achievement by Hispanics in music, television and film.


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Rap Mogul 'Suge' Knight Seeking Bankruptcy (AP)
Marion 'Suge' Knight is seen in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, in this June 24, 2003 file photo. Knight is seeking federal bankruptcy protection for himself and his Death Row Records, his lawyer said in Los Angeles, Tuesday April 4, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Rap-music mogul Marion "Suge" Knight staved off receivership for Death Row Records by seeking bankruptcy protection for himself and the record company Tuesday. Knight also avoided a criminal contempt citation.


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Actor John Corbett Makes Strong Debut (AP)
AP - John Corbett, "John Corbett" (Funbone Records)

Wilson's Roots Branch Out on 'Thunderbird' (AP)
AP - Cassandra Wilson, "Thunderbird" (Blue Note)

The Vines Come Back With 'Vision Valley' (AP)
AP - The Vines, "Vision Valley" (Capitol/EMI)

R.E.M. reunites with former drummer at Georgia gig (Reuters)
Michael Stipe of the band REM performs at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London in this file photo from July 2, 2005. (Stephen Hird/Reuters)Reuters - For the second time in a year, R.E.M. reunited with original drummer Bill Berry on stage in the group's Athens, Ga., home base.


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Hank Jr. Surrenders (E! Online)
Hank Williams Jr. put the honky tonk on hold Tuesday as he 
 surrendered to Memphis authorities in an assault case.E! Online - Hank Williams Jr. put the honky tonk on hold Tuesday as he surrendered to Memphis authorities in an assault case.


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Garth Brooks' Ex-Wife Kidnapped (AP)
In this photo released by the Tulsa County Sheriffs's department, Quintine Cornelius Harper is pictured in an undated photo. Harper was arrested by police and charged Tuesday, April 4, 2006, in Rogers County with kidnapping for extortion after Sandy Brooks, the ex-wife of country music star Garth Brooks, was kidnapped at gunpoint from her Rogers County home and forced into a car before she managed to escape and run into a convenience store. (AP Photo/Tulsa County Sheriffs Department)AP - The ex-wife of country music star Garth Brooks was kidnapped at gunpoint by a man who worked on her farm after she cooperated with a bail bondsman who wanted to arrest the worker, authorities said Tuesday.


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