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'Idol' Taylor Hicks signs record deal (AP)
'American Idol' winner Taylor Hicks, from Birmingham, Ala., reacts after perfoming the song 'Do I Make You Proud' at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, in this May 23, 2006, file photo. Hicks has taken step two on his 'American Idol'-fueled career, signing the record contract that comes with winning the hit show. The gray-haired crooner inked a pact with music mogul Clive Davis in conjunction with 19 Recordings Unlimited, the label managed by 'AI' creator Simon Fuller, it was announced Wednesday, May 31, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, file)AP - Taylor Hicks has taken step two on his "American Idol"-fueled career, signing the record contract that comes with winning the hit show.


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Beyonce plans 'B'Day' solo album (AP)
Beyonce Knowles arrives for the preview of scenes from her new film 'Dreamgirls' in Cannes, southern France, Friday, May 19, 2006.  The Grammy-winning pop star's second solo album, 'B'Day,' is slated for release internationally on Sept. 4, her birthday, and in the United States on Sept. 5. She'll be 25.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Beyonce Knowles will celebrate her 25th birthday with the release of "B'Day," her second solo album. The album will be released internationally on her birthday, Sept. 4, and in the United States on Sept. 5, Columbia Records announced recently.


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After 'Today,' Katie Couric off to CBS (AP)
Katie Couric, left, of the NBC televison 'Today' program, stops to talk with NBC newswoman Andrea Mitchell, right, during her farewell broadcast in New York, Wednesday May 31, 2006. After 15 years on 'Today,' Couric is leaving the show to anchor the CBS 'Evening News.' (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Now that Tony Bennett has serenaded her with "The Best Is Yet to Come" on her final "Today" show, Katie Couric is about to find out if that's true.


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Iraq veteran sues Moore over 9/11 film (AP)
Michael Moore is shown in Traverse City, Mich., in this  July 1, 2005, file photo. Moore is being sued for $85 million by Sgt. Peter Damon, a National Guardsman from Middleborough, Mass., alleging that Moore used snippets of a television interview without his permission to falsely portray him as anti-war in 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'  Damon, 33, claims that Moore never asked for his consent to use a clip from an interview Damon did with NBC's 'Nightly News.'  (AP Photo/John L. Russell, file)AP - A veteran who lost both arms in the war in Iraq is suing filmmaker Michael Moore for $85 million, alleging that Moore used snippets of a television interview without his permission to falsely portray him as anti-war in "Fahrenheit 9/11."


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Dixie Chicks return to No. 1 on charts (AP)
The Dixie Chicks are shown during an appearance at Sony Studios in New York on May 18, 2006. Despite a cool reception from country radio, the trio's new album, 'Taking the Long Way,' debuted at No. 1 Wednesday, May 31, 2006, on Billboard magazine's pop and country charts. From left are Emily Robison, Natalie Maines and Martie Maguire. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper, File)AP - The Dixie Chicks appear to be more popular than the president these days. President Bush's approval rating has plummeted, but the Chicks are on top of the pop and country charts with their first album since publicly criticizing Bush three years ago.


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Movie based on "Kung Fu" TV series in the works (Reuters)
Reuters - The producers behind the upcoming movie "Superman Returns" said on Wednesday they are laying the groundwork for a very different kind of big-screen hero with a feature film based on the 1970s television series "Kung Fu."

Dixie Chicks Take "Long Way" to No. 1 (E! Online)
The Dixie 
 Chicks' penitence for criticizing the president might have seemed 
 sincere in 2003, but the boycotts and bonfires that followed apparently 
 got the trio saddled up for a fight. Their first post-'Incident' album, 
 Taking the Long Way, is getting snubbed at country radio, but 
 their daring radio single 'Not Ready to Make Nice' proves these country 
 music prodigals are still Dixie queens.E! Online - The Dixie Chicks' penitence for criticizing the president might have seemed sincere in 2003, but the boycotts and bonfires that followed apparently got the trio saddled up for a fight. Their first post-"Incident" album, Taking the Long Way, is getting snubbed at country radio, but their daring radio single "Not Ready to Make Nice" proves these country music prodigals are still Dixie queens.


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Movie based on "Kung Fu" TV series in the works (Reuters)
Reuters - The producers behind the upcoming movie "Superman Returns" said on Wednesday they are laying the groundwork for a very different kind of big-screen hero with a feature film based on the 1970s television series "Kung Fu."

Primetime week: Viewers idolize Fox (Reuters)
Reuters - It was all over last week but the bragging.

PLAYBILL.COM'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER with Beth Leavel (Playbill)
Playbill - Beth Leavel plays the title character in The Drowsy Chaperone, but the back story is bigger than just one person.

Movie based on "Kung Fu" TV series in the works (Reuters)
Reuters - The producers behind the upcoming movie "Superman Returns" said on Wednesday they are laying the groundwork for a very different kind of big-screen hero with a feature film based on the 1970s television series "Kung Fu."

Rwandan president scoffs at "Hotel Rwanda" (Reuters)
President of Rwanda Paul Kagame speaks at the Clinton Global Initiative forum in New York September 17, 2005. Kagame on Wednesday dismissed the Oscar-nominated drama 'Hotel Rwanda' as an attempt to rewrite the history of the central African country's 1994 genocide. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - Rwandan president Paul Kagame on Wednesday dismissed the Oscar-nominated drama "Hotel Rwanda" as an attempt to rewrite the history of the central African country's 1994 genocide.


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"High School" DVD teaches rivals a lesson (Reuters)
Reuters - Underscoring the growing financial clout of the youth market, a made-for-TV movie aimed at preteen girls handily outsold an $83 million box office hit to take the top spot on the latest DVD sales chart.

Wall Street trims "Hedge" box-office forecast (Reuters)
Reuters - "Over the Hedge" managed a modest 30 percent box office decline in its second weekend, though some analysts are concerned that the animal cartoon still could underperform and put pressure on the stock of its producer, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc.

Iraq veteran sues Moore over 9/11 film (AP)
Michael Moore is shown in Traverse City, Mich., in this  July 1, 2005, file photo. Moore is being sued for $85 million by Sgt. Peter Damon, a National Guardsman from Middleborough, Mass., alleging that Moore used snippets of a television interview without his permission to falsely portray him as anti-war in 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'  Damon, 33, claims that Moore never asked for his consent to use a clip from an interview Damon did with NBC's 'Nightly News.'  (AP Photo/John L. Russell, file)AP - A veteran who lost both arms in the war in Iraq is suing filmmaker Michael Moore for $85 million, alleging that Moore used snippets of a television interview without his permission to falsely portray him as anti-war in "Fahrenheit 9/11."


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Wiseman Says "Die Hard 4?" (E! Online)
According 
 to the Hollywood Reporter, the director of the fantasy-horror 
 thriller Underworld and its sequel, Underworld: Evolution, is 
 in talks to take the helm of Die Hard: 4 for 20th Century Fox.E! Online - According to the Hollywood Reporter, the director of the fantasy-horror thriller Underworld and its sequel, Underworld: Evolution, is in talks to take the helm of Die Hard: 4 for 20th Century Fox.


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Farina Exits "Law & Order" (E! Online)
The Law & Order regular has elected not to return to his role as 
 New York police detective Joe Fontana on NBC's perennial cops and 
 lawyers series after two seasons, the network confirmed on Wednesday.E! Online - The Law & Order regular has elected not to return to his role as New York police detective Joe Fontana on NBC's perennial cops and lawyers series after two seasons, the network confirmed on Wednesday.


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Marvel studio chief resigns to produce own films (Reuters)
Reuters - Marvel Entertainment Inc. on Wednesday said Avi Arad, the longtime head of its film studio unit, was resigning to produce his own films.

Warner Bros. pushes up "Superman Returns" release (Reuters)
Brandon Routh, who plays the title role in the film Superman Returns, poses near the Duomo in the Italian city of Florence, December 14, 2005. Warner Bros. is moving the release of its widely anticipated 'Superman Returns' ahead by two days in a bid to boost ticket sales over the Independence Day holiday, a studio official said on Wednesday. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - Warner Bros. is moving the release of its widely anticipated movie "Superman Returns" ahead by two days in a bid to boost ticket sales over the U.S. Independence Day holiday, a studio official said on Wednesday.


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Jolie-Pitt baby delivered by C-section (AP)
Angelina Jolie, left, and Brad Pitt attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in this Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006 file photo.  Brad Pitt's publicist announced Saturday, May 27, 2006 that Angelina Jolie has given birth to the couple's child in Africa. After a weekend like this, what can Brad Pitt possibly do for an encore? And unlike many Hollywood figures with accomplishments to celebrate, he stayed largely silent. (AP Photo/Keystone, Walter Bieri)AP - Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt, the baby born Saturday to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, was delivered by C-section, according to People magazine.


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Dixie Chicks Take "Long Way" to No. 1 (E! Online)
The Dixie 
 Chicks' penitence for criticizing the president might have seemed 
 sincere in 2003, but the boycotts and bonfires that followed apparently 
 got the trio saddled up for a fight. Their first post-'Incident' album, 
 Taking the Long Way, is getting snubbed at country radio, but 
 their daring radio single 'Not Ready to Make Nice' proves these country 
 music prodigals are still Dixie queens.E! Online - The Dixie Chicks' penitence for criticizing the president might have seemed sincere in 2003, but the boycotts and bonfires that followed apparently got the trio saddled up for a fight. Their first post-"Incident" album, Taking the Long Way, is getting snubbed at country radio, but their daring radio single "Not Ready to Make Nice" proves these country music prodigals are still Dixie queens.


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'Idol' Taylor Hicks signs record deal (AP)
'American Idol' winner Taylor Hicks, from Birmingham, Ala., reacts after perfoming the song 'Do I Make You Proud' at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, in this May 23, 2006, file photo. Hicks has taken step two on his 'American Idol'-fueled career, signing the record contract that comes with winning the hit show. The gray-haired crooner inked a pact with music mogul Clive Davis in conjunction with 19 Recordings Unlimited, the label managed by 'AI' creator Simon Fuller, it was announced Wednesday, May 31, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, file)AP - Taylor Hicks has taken step two on his "American Idol"-fueled career, signing the record contract that comes with winning the hit show.


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Beyonce plans 'B'Day' solo album (AP)
Beyonce Knowles arrives for the preview of scenes from her new film 'Dreamgirls' in Cannes, southern France, Friday, May 19, 2006.  The Grammy-winning pop star's second solo album, 'B'Day,' is slated for release internationally on Sept. 4, her birthday, and in the United States on Sept. 5. She'll be 25.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Beyonce Knowles will celebrate her 25th birthday with the release of "B'Day," her second solo album. The album will be released internationally on her birthday, Sept. 4, and in the United States on Sept. 5, Columbia Records announced recently.


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Prince Gettin' Webby with It (E! Online)
The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences 
 announced Wednesday that the Purple Rain icon will receive a 
 Special Achievement honor at the 10th Annual Webby Awards for his 
 efforts to distribute music and connect with fans via the Internet.E! Online - The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences announced Wednesday that the Purple Rain icon will receive a Special Achievement honor at the 10th Annual Webby Awards for his efforts to distribute music and connect with fans via the Internet.


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Composer has "Designs" on Hollywood projects (Reuters)
Reuters - A dozen soundtracks in search of a movie: That may be the best way to describe Ben Vaughn's new album "Designs in Music."

Woooo! Hicks Record Deal Announced (E! Online)
E! Online - Taylor Hicks has his American Idol title, and, now, his press release.

Indigo Girls sign with Hollywood Records (Reuters)
Reuters - The Indigo Girls have switched labels for the first time in their career, signing a new deal with Hollywood Records, the Disney-owned company currently booming with the "High School Musical" soundtrack.

Ziggy Marley, Target in exclusive album deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Discount retailer Target Corp. will be the exclusive U.S. outlet for reggae scion Ziggy Marley's second solo album, "Love Is My Religion," due July 4.

Prince to get Webby online award (AP)
Prince performs during the 'American Idol' finale show at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, Wednesday, May 24, 2006. Prince will be honored with a lifetime achievement award at this year's Webby online awards for his use of the Internet to distribute music and connect with audiences, according to a statement Wednesday, May 31, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Prince will be honored with a lifetime achievement award at this year's Webby online awards for his use of the Internet to distribute music and connect with audiences.


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Dixie Chicks return to No. 1 on charts (AP)
The Dixie Chicks are shown during an appearance at Sony Studios in New York on May 18, 2006. Despite a cool reception from country radio, the trio's new album, 'Taking the Long Way,' debuted at No. 1 Wednesday, May 31, 2006, on Billboard magazine's pop and country charts. From left are Emily Robison, Natalie Maines and Martie Maguire. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper, File)AP - The Dixie Chicks appear to be more popular than the president these days. President Bush's approval rating has plummeted, but the Chicks are on top of the pop and country charts with their first album since publicly criticizing Bush three years ago.


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