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Meat Loaf claims sole ownership of song (AP)
AP - Someone else might have written the "Bat Out of Hell" song, but Meat Loaf claims he should be the only one to use the phrase in connection with music.

Aniston, Vaughn's 'Break-Up' rakes in $39M (AP)
American actor Jennifer Aniston poses for a photograph as she arrives for the Australian premier of her new movie 'The Break-Up' in Sydney Monday, June 5, 2006. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)AP - Publicity generated by real-life speculation about romance between co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn helped shoot their film "The Break-Up" to the No. 1 box-office spot this weekend with $39 million.


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"Da Vinci" passes $400 million overseas (Reuters)
Reuters - "The Da Vinci Code" led the foreign box office for a third weekend, as its total raced to $410 million -- more than double its North American haul of $172.7 million.

`The Sopranos' ends on disappointing note (AP)
James Gandolfini, who plays the role of Tony Soprano in the hit HBO television series 'The Sopranos', arrives to the world premiere of the sixth season in New York, Tuesday, March 7, 2006. The sixth season ended Sunday, June 4, 2006. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - A disappointing season of "The Sopranos" ended disappointingly Sunday as nothing ... much ... happened.


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ABC morning show loses producer at crucial time (Reuters)
Reuters - The executive producer of "Good Morning America" will leave the No. 2 breakfastcast at the end of September, adding another wrinkle to the world of the network morning shows.

Miramax, Onion writer plan terror satire (Reuters)
Reuters - Miramax Films is developing a satirical comedy with the former editor in chief of the Onion. "Homeland Insecurity" will track the misadventures of two Arab-Americans who are mistaken for terrorists while on a business trip to Texas. Robert Siegel will write the screenplay; he has co-written the script for "The Untitled Onion Movie" for Fox-based Regency Enterprises.

Meat Loaf claims sole ownership of song (AP)
AP - Someone else might have written the "Bat Out of Hell" song, but Meat Loaf claims he should be the only one to use the phrase in connection with music.

"Pee-wee" set to play with Adult Swim (Reuters)
Reuters - "Pee-wee's Playhouse" is returning to television.

Starz polishes on-demand service (Reuters)
Reuters - Starz Entertainment Group has unveiled a new version of its Vongo on-demand broadband entertainment service, adding programming and improvements that include higher quality and better search functions.

"History" highlights exceptional Broadway season (Reuters)
Reuters - It's Tony time, and in the theater community there seems to be more enthusiasm than in the past several seasons.

Miramax, Onion writer plan terror satire (Reuters)
Reuters - Miramax Films is developing a satirical comedy with the former editor in chief of the Onion. "Homeland Insecurity" will track the misadventures of two Arab-Americans who are mistaken for terrorists while on a business trip to Texas. Robert Siegel will write the screenplay; he has co-written the script for "The Untitled Onion Movie" for Fox-based Regency Enterprises.

Screenwriters honored for positive work (Reuters)
Reuters - The writers of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," "Crash" and "Glory Road" were among the finalists announced Monday for this year's Humanitas Prize.

Zhang, Weinsteins in film talks (Reuters)
Reuters - Actress Zhang Ziyi ("Memoirs of a Geisha") is in negotiations to star in three pictures for the Weinstein Co., including a remake of Akira Kurosawa's "The Seven Samurai," the firm said Monday.

"Luck" co-star on brink of disaster (Reuters)
Reuters - Chris Pine, who stars opposite Lindsay Lohan in "Just My Luck," is in final negotiations to star in a postapocalyptic thriller.

Bacon plots revenge in "Death Sentence" (Reuters)
Reuters - Kevin Bacon has signed on to star in the revenge thriller "Death Sentence."

Brangelina Baby Pics For Sale (E! Online)
Putting their 
 celebrity to good use while simultaneously foiling the horde of 
 paparazzi looking to cash in on their coupling, Angelina Jolie and Brad 
 Pitt plan to distribute photographs of their newborn daughter, Shiloh 
 Nouvel Jolie-Pitt, with profits going to a charity aiding African 
 children.E! Online - Putting their celebrity to good use while simultaneously foiling the horde of paparazzi looking to cash in on their coupling, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt plan to distribute photographs of their newborn daughter, Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt, with profits going to a charity aiding African children.


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Pointless "Omen" remake the work of the devil (Reuters)
Reuters - Yet another remake displaying little reason for being, Fox's redo of their 1976 horror hit "The Omen" seems most clearly designed to capitalize on its 6/6/06 release date.

Pixar's "Cars" is one sweet ride (Reuters)
Singer Brad Paisley performs at the world premiere of Disney Pixar's computer animated film 'Cars' at the Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina, May 26, 2006. (Davis Turner/Reuters)Reuters - It might not be way up there in "The Incredibles"/"Finding Nemo"/"Toy Story" stratosphere, but the charming "Cars" is nevertheless a thoroughly pleasant trip.


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Aniston, Vaughn's 'Break-Up' rakes in $39M (AP)
American actor Jennifer Aniston poses for a photograph as she arrives for the Australian premier of her new movie 'The Break-Up' in Sydney Monday, June 5, 2006. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)AP - Publicity generated by real-life speculation about romance between co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn helped shoot their film "The Break-Up" to the No. 1 box-office spot this weekend with $39 million.


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Bad summer flicks? Box office doesn't show it (Reuters)
Movie star Jennifer Aniston of the U.S. arrives at the Australian premiere of her latest movie 'The Break Up' in Sydney June 5, 2006. (Will Burgess/Reuters)Reuters - Think last summer's slate of poorly reviewed Hollywood movies helped lead to the slump at the box offices? Think again.


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Meat Loaf claims sole ownership of song (AP)
AP - Someone else might have written the "Bat Out of Hell" song, but Meat Loaf claims he should be the only one to use the phrase in connection with music.

Scissor Sisters prepare to "Dance" again (Reuters)
Reuters - Dance-pop combo the Scissor Sisters will get the party restarted with the September 26 North American release of its sophomore album, "Ta-Dah."

Gnarls Barkley, Chili Peppers dethroned in UK (Reuters)
Reuters - Scottish singer/songwriter Sandi Thom has ended Gnarls Barkley's nine-week run at the top of the U.K. singles chart.

Slipknot prepares "Fun" DVD, mulls new album (Reuters)
Reuters - Masked metal act Slipknot is midway through a year-and-a-half long sabbatical, but it doesn't mean that the band has been completely idle.

Brooks & Dunn back to host CMA Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - For the third consecutive year, Brooks & Dunn will host the Country Music Association Awards, which will take place November 6 at the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville. ABC will broadcast the event.

Meat Loaf sues over "Bat Out Of Hell" (Reuters)
Meat Loaf performs near Stuttgart, January 25, 2003. The veteran rocker has sued songwriter Jim Steinman and manager David Sonenberg over trademark rights to 'Bat Out of Hell,' asking for more than $50 million. (Ralph Orlowski/Reuters)Reuters - Veteran rocker Meat Loaf has sued songwriter Jim Steinman and manager David Sonenberg over trademark rights to "Bat Out of Hell," asking for more than $50 million.


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Death Strikes Dead, Again (E! Online)
The Grateful Dead's longtime spokesman doesn't believe in 
 curses. But even he can't explain the matter of the band's keyboard 
 players.E! Online - The Grateful Dead's longtime spokesman doesn't believe in curses. But even he can't explain the matter of the band's keyboard players.


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DMX's Continuing Car Trouble (E! Online)
The 
 oft-troubled rapper racked up even more traffic violations last week 
 after being pulled over by police in White Plains, New York.E! Online - The oft-troubled rapper racked up even more traffic violations last week after being pulled over by police in White Plains, New York.


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Hank III goes "Straight to Hell" in L.A. (Reuters)
Reuters - Country may have ruled the roost at the Roxy Theater on Friday night, but it's a safe bet that the parade of topless girls who made their way from the crowd to the stage throughout Hank III's sold-out West Hollywood show won't be seen on the upcoming Dixie Chicks tour.

YoungBloodz Duo's Bad Rap (E! Online)
Two 
 members of the Atlanta hip-hop group Youngbloodz were busted last week 
 by police and charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to 
 distribute and possession of firearms, the Atlanta 
 Journal-Constitution reports.E! Online - Two members of the Atlanta hip-hop group Youngbloodz were busted last week by police and charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute and possession of firearms, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.


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