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Hilton backs SUV into car after shopping (AP)
Paris Hilton attends the HBO Golden Globe Awards after-party on Monday, Jan. 16, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, FILE)AP - Paris Hilton had a fender-bender accident when her Range Rover backed into a car in a parking garage after a shopping trip, her publicist said Friday.


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EW ranks 'Passion' most controversial film (AP)
This photo, supplied by Entertainment Weekly, shows the cover of Entertainment Weekly's issue, on newsstands Monday, June 12, 2006, which details the 25 films that most shocked, disgusted and divided moviegoers.Mel Gibsons's 'The Passion of the Christ' ranks as the most controversial film of all time, according to the magazine.(AP Photo/Entertainment Weekly)AP - Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" ranks as the most controversial film of all time, according to Entertainment Weekly.


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Retrial date set for Notorious B.I.G. suit (AP)
Notorious B.I.G., who won rap artist and rap single of the year, clutches his awards at the podium during the Billboard Music Awards in New York, on evening, Dec. 6, 1995. Lawyers for the city of Los Angeles in papers filed in federal court, Tuesday, June 6, 2006, accused the family of the slain rapper  of going to 'odious' and 'absurd' lengths -- including lying -- to 'satisfy their ambition to extract hundreds of millions of dollars' from the city. The family alleges that the city had withheld documents and covered up police misconduct while defending a wrongful death lawsuit.  The rapper, whose real name was Christopher Wallace, was shot and killed March 9, 1997, after a party at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - A federal judge set a retrial date for the Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death lawsuit against the city after reversing her position that the attorney for the slain rapper's family had misled the court.


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Anheuser-Busch sued over 'Dirty Water' (AP)
AP - The song "Dirty Water" blares at Fenway Park after every Red Sox victory and has become part of the winning soundtrack of baseball-crazy Massachusetts. Its use in Budweiser commercials, however, has drawn the ire of the band that wrote the 1966 hit.

Lohan focuses on career, not relationships (AP)
Actress Lindsay Lohan arrives to the cocktail party in celebration of the Cartier charity love bracelet at the Cartier mansion on Fifth Avenue, Thursday, June 8, 2006, in New York. (AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Lindsay Lohan, who celebrates her 20th birthday next month, wants to snag plum acting roles, not a serious boyfriend.


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EW ranks 'Passion' most controversial film (AP)
This photo, supplied by Entertainment Weekly, shows the cover of Entertainment Weekly's issue, on newsstands Monday, June 12, 2006, which details the 25 films that most shocked, disgusted and divided moviegoers.Mel Gibsons's 'The Passion of the Christ' ranks as the most controversial film of all time, according to the magazine.(AP Photo/Entertainment Weekly)AP - Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" ranks as the most controversial film of all time, according to Entertainment Weekly.


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Anheuser-Busch sued over 'Dirty Water' (AP)
AP - The song "Dirty Water" blares at Fenway Park after every Red Sox victory and has become part of the winning soundtrack of baseball-crazy Massachusetts. Its use in Budweiser commercials, however, has drawn the ire of the band that wrote the 1966 hit.

Coulter draws fire for bashing 9/11 widows (AP)
Political commentator Ann Coulter is seen in New York's Central Park in this  Aug. 11, 2003, file photo. Coulter, the conservative pundit with a penchant for creating controversy, caused a ruckus when she called Sept. 11 widows 'witches' and wrote they were pleased when their husbands died at the World Trade Center.(AP Photo/Jim Cooper, File)AP - Ann Coulter, the conservative pundit with a penchant for creating controversy, caused a ruckus when she called 9/11 widows "witches" and accused them of using their husbands' deaths for their own political gain.


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Anheuser-Busch sued over 'Dirty Water' (AP)
AP - The song "Dirty Water" blares at Fenway Park after every Red Sox victory and has become part of the winning soundtrack of baseball-crazy Massachusetts. Its use in Budweiser commercials, however, has drawn the ire of the band that wrote the 1966 hit.

PLAYBILL.COM'S THEATRE WEEK IN REVIEW: Snake Eyes (Playbill)
Playbill - On June 6-just nine days after the Vegas version of Avenue Q closed after a brief, nine-month run-the Sin City mounting of Hairspray announced an end date of June 11. Its run will have lasted a mere four months.

EW ranks 'Passion' most controversial film (AP)
This photo, supplied by Entertainment Weekly, shows the cover of Entertainment Weekly's issue, on newsstands Monday, June 12, 2006, which details the 25 films that most shocked, disgusted and divided moviegoers.Mel Gibsons's 'The Passion of the Christ' ranks as the most controversial film of all time, according to the magazine.(AP Photo/Entertainment Weekly)AP - Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" ranks as the most controversial film of all time, according to Entertainment Weekly.


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Faster than bullets, yes. But Superman, gay? No way (Reuters)
Actor Brandon Routh, star of the new film 'Superman Returns' is shown in this undated publicity photograph. After weeks of Internet buzzing that the new Superman movie portrays the Man of Steel as gay, the director of the film issued a strong denial on Friday and said it was the most heterosexual character he has filmed. (Warner Bros./Handout/Reuters)Reuters - After weeks of Internet buzzing that the new Superman movie portrays the Man of Steel as gay, the director of the film issued a strong denial on Friday and said it was the most heterosexual character he has filmed.


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Connery feted for iconic 007 and 50-year career (Reuters)
Actor Sean Connery (C) laughs as reporter Maria Menounos interviews actor Harrison Ford (R) at the American Film Institute's 'AFI Life Achievement Award, A Tribute to Sir Sean Connery' taping in Hollywood June 8, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - With jokes about haggis, kilts and brogues, Hollywood paid tribute to Scotland's Sean Connery, and the man who first uttered the famous line, "Bond, James Bond," accepted the honor by doing a Scottish jig.


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Sean Connery cool as Bond at awards fest (AP)
In this image released by the American Film Institute, Sean Connery holds his AFI Life Achievement Award on Thursday night, June 8, 2006, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles.  (AP Photo/American Film Institute, Lauren Ruane)AP - Kilted bagpipers inspired Sean Connery to perform an impromptu jig on the Kodak Theater stage as he accepted the American Film Institute's highest honor.


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Police raid 'Animal House' fraternity (AP)
The Alpha Delta fraternity at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., an inspiration for the 1978 movie 'National Lampoon's Animal House' is shown Friday, June 9, 2006. The house was raided by police Thursday who hauled away 10 crates and two bags of evidence, along with two sledgehammers, a videotape and a computer, according to the Valley News of Lebanon. Court documents regarding search were sealed, and authorities said only that the Alpha Delta house raid was part of a two-year investigation. (AP Photo/Larry Crowe)AP - Authorities raided the Dartmouth College fraternity that inspired the 1978 movie "National Lampoon's Animal House."


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Jackman Makes Like Crowe (E! Online)
Hot off the blockbuster success of X-Men: The Last Stand, Hugh 
 Jackman has been tapped to take over the role vacated by Russell Crowe 
 in Baz Luhrmann's untitled, long-gestating Gone with the 
 Wind-style Australian-based epic set to begin shooting early next 
 year.E! Online - Hot off the blockbuster success of X-Men: The Last Stand, Hugh Jackman has been tapped to take over the role vacated by Russell Crowe in Baz Luhrmann's untitled, long-gestating Gone with the Wind-style Australian-based epic set to begin shooting early next year.


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Altman admits to nerves ahead of "Prairie Home" (Reuters)
Director Robert Altman listens to a question from a reporter at the Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline, Massachusetts April 5, 2006. He is 81 years old, has an honorary Oscar and 50 years of television and classic movies like 'MASH' behind him, but Altman admits he still gets a case of nerves ahead of a film debut. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)Reuters - He is 81 years old, has an honorary Oscar and 50 years of television and classic movies like "MASH" behind him, but director Robert Altman admits he still gets a case of nerves ahead of a film debut.


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China pulls "Da Vinci Code," approves "MI3" (Reuters)
A man walks past a poster for 'The Da Vinci Code' outside a cinema in Beijing, June 9, 2006. (Jason Lee/Reuters)Reuters - China ordered cinemas to pull the plug on controversial blockbuster "The Da Vinci Code," saying it wanted to allow more exposure for homegrown films, but it also announced "Mission Impossible III" would be released next month.


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Ryan Phillippe enlists for Iraq war drama (Reuters)
Actor Ryan Phillippe and wife Reese Witherspoon at the 12th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, January 29, 2006. Phillippe is in negotiations to star in a Paramount film playing a soldier who returns home to Texas and is called to duty again in Iraq through the military's 'stop-loss' procedure. The soldier then refuses to return to battle. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - After months of searching, "Boys Don't Cry" director Kimberly Peirce has found her leading man for the Iraq war drama "Stop-Loss."


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Hoops documentary "Heart of the Game" a winner (Reuters)
Reuters - Yet another inspirational documentary that serves up the sort of dynamic characters and genuine intrigue that most of its fictional counterparts would kill for, "The Heart of the Game" winningly chronicles the seven-year journey to victory undertaken by a Seattle college tax professor who moonlights as coach of a girls' high school basketball team.

Anheuser-Busch sued over 'Dirty Water' (AP)
AP - The song "Dirty Water" blares at Fenway Park after every Red Sox victory and has become part of the winning soundtrack of baseball-crazy Massachusetts. Its use in Budweiser commercials, however, has drawn the ire of the band that wrote the 1966 hit.

Retrial date set for Notorious B.I.G. suit (AP)
Notorious B.I.G., who won rap artist and rap single of the year, clutches his awards at the podium during the Billboard Music Awards in New York, on evening, Dec. 6, 1995. Lawyers for the city of Los Angeles in papers filed in federal court, Tuesday, June 6, 2006, accused the family of the slain rapper  of going to 'odious' and 'absurd' lengths -- including lying -- to 'satisfy their ambition to extract hundreds of millions of dollars' from the city. The family alleges that the city had withheld documents and covered up police misconduct while defending a wrongful death lawsuit.  The rapper, whose real name was Christopher Wallace, was shot and killed March 9, 1997, after a party at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - A federal judge set a retrial date for the Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death lawsuit against the city after reversing her position that the attorney for the slain rapper's family had misled the court.


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R. Kelly's Sex Tape Going Public (E! Online)
Coming soon to a courtroom near you: the R. Kelly sex tape.E! Online - Coming soon to a courtroom near you: the R. Kelly sex tape.


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Musicians Hall of Fame opens in Nashville (AP)
A man enters the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tenn., Friday, June 9, 2006. The Museum opened Friday and honors those who have played and recorded with stars of all stripes, from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Stevie Wonder to Hank Williams. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)AP - Rock stars, country stars and even songwriters have their own halls of fame. Now their backing musicians are getting into the act, too.


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Doherty Does Detox...Again (E! Online)
Pete Doherty's bloodstream was just granted a weeklong reprieve.E! Online - Pete Doherty's bloodstream was just granted a weeklong reprieve.


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Country rookie Danielle Peck gets second chance (Reuters)
Reuters - Like many aspiring country artists, Danielle Peck held down a waitressing job to pay the bills while pursuing her musical ambitions. Where her story departs from that of most acts, however, is that that gig directly led to her landing two consecutive label deals.

Jazz label Impulse turns 45 (Reuters)
Reuters - For 15 years, from 1961 to 1976, Impulse Records positioned itself at the vanguard of jazz, infused by the intrepid vision of John Coltrane, who signed an exclusive contract with the ABC-Paramount imprint in 1961.

Ice Cube back with first album in six years (Reuters)
Rapper Ice Cube performs in Los Angeles August 25, 2005. Ice Cube has spent much of the past decade in Hollywood, masterminding the lucrative 'Friday' comedy franchise, and starring in unlikely hit movies like 'Are We There Yet?' (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)Reuters - Veteran rapper Ice Cube has spent much of the past decade in Hollywood, masterminding the lucrative "Friday" comedy franchise, and starring in unlikely hit movies like "Are We There Yet?"


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L.A. singer flies flag for regional Mexican music (Reuters)
Jenni Rivera poses as she arrives at the Latin Grammy Awards in Hollywood in this 2002 file photo. Rivera is not your typical 'crossover' artist. For one, she doesn't sing in English. And she doesn't perform pop, hip-hop or reggaeton, the genres most closely associated with crossovers. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Jenni Rivera is not your typical "crossover" artist.


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Teen newcomer gets boost from MTV reality show (Reuters)
Reuters - As she approaches her 16th birthday, newcomer Cheyenne Kimball has reasons to be cheerful. Several weeks before her debut album, "The Day Has Come," drops, her MTV reality series, "Cheyenne," premiered May 31 with solid, if unspectacular, ratings.

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