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Judge wants psychologist to assess Baldwin (AP)
Actor Alec Baldwin sits in Van Nuys Municipal Court in Los Angeles, Wednesday, March 20, 1996. (AP Photo/Kim Kulich, Poo, FILEl)AP - A judge wants a psychologist to evaluate Alec Baldwin to determine whether he is fit to see his 10-year-old daughter more often as part of an ongoing custody battle with former wife Kim Basinger.


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13 film students honored by the Academy (AP)
AP - Receiving medals instead of statuettes, 13 young filmmakers were honored Saturday for their short films at the 33rd annual Student Academy Awards.

Pitt, Jolie, baby daughter leave Namibia (AP)
In this image made from video, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie speak to a reporter in Swakopmund, Namibia, Wednesday, June 7, 2006.  In the interview, conducted by the Namibian Broadcasting Corp. and obtained exclusively Thursday, June 8, 2006 by AP Television News, Pitt and Jolie sit side by side, reflecting on their experience in the African country where their daughter Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt was born May 27. (AP Photo/AP Television News)AP - Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie left Namibia with their newborn daughter and their two older children after a two-month stay at a luxury beach resort, an official said Saturday.


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Kate's brother Oliver Hudson ties knot (AP)
Actors Oliver Hudson, right, and Erinn Bartlett , smile for photographers on the red carpet before the premiere of 'The Skeleton Key' Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2005, in Los Angeles. Hudson _ brother of Kate Hudson and son of Goldie Hawn, has tied the knot. People Magazine reported on its Web site that Hudson, who had a recurring role in 'Dawson's Creek' and appeared in 'The Out-of-Towners' with his mother and Steve Martin, married Bartlett Friday, June 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Rene Macura)AP - Oliver Hudson — brother of Kate Hudson, son of Goldie Hawn, and an actor in his own right — has tied the knot.


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Hundreds of clowns honor Red Skelton (AP)
Harpo the Clown waves to spectators during a parade for late comic Red Skelton in Vincennes, Ind., Saturday, June 10, 2006. The weekend-long celebration in southwestern Indiana kicked off a multimillion-dollar fundraising campaign to build a Red Skelton museum that organizers hope to fill with the actor's scripts, costumes, songs, writings, paintings and props. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)AP - Red Skelton always wanted a theater of his own. His career spanned six decades and four genres — vaudeville, radio, movies and television — but the rubber-faced comic never owned one of the buildings he often called "palaces."


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13 film students honored by the Academy (AP)
AP - Receiving medals instead of statuettes, 13 young filmmakers were honored Saturday for their short films at the 33rd annual Student Academy Awards.

Daddy Yankee defends music piracy in Peru (AP)
Puerto Rican reggaeton star Daddy Yankee poses during an interview with the Associated Press at the Sheraton Hotel in Lima, Peru, Saturday, June 10, 2006.  Daddy Yankee will perform today in Lima in a concert at San Marcos Stadium.      (AP Photo/Karel Navarro)AP - Music piracy is unstoppable, and justified for poor fans, Puerto Rican reggaeton sensation Daddy Yankee said Saturday in the Peruvian capital of Lima.


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Louis C.K. could get "Lucky" with HBO sitcom (Reuters)
Reuters - Think of "Everybody Loves Raymond" with an X rating for language and simulated sex, and think of the Barone family barely able to afford a modest apartment . . . and you still wouldn't have "Lucky Louie," but you'd be getting close.

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.

Lavish new opera "Grendel" garners mixed reviews (Reuters)
Bass Eric Owens, who will play the title role in the L.A. Opera's upcoming world premier of 'grendel', sings during an announcement for casting and creative details for the opera in Los Angeles, California April 20, 2006. A $2.8 million opera about a medieval monster fell prey to a 21st century computer problem on Thursday, forcing producers of 'Grendel' to delay its world premiere in Los Angeles from Saturday until June 8. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)Reuters - "Grendel," one of the most ambitious new American operas mounted in years, received diametrically opposed reviews on Saturday after the $2.8 million production also sharply divided its opening night audience.


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13 film students honored by the Academy (AP)
AP - Receiving medals instead of statuettes, 13 young filmmakers were honored Saturday for their short films at the 33rd annual Student Academy Awards.

Pitt, Jolie, baby daughter leave Namibia (AP)
In this image made from video, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie speak to a reporter in Swakopmund, Namibia, Wednesday, June 7, 2006.  In the interview, conducted by the Namibian Broadcasting Corp. and obtained exclusively Thursday, June 8, 2006 by AP Television News, Pitt and Jolie sit side by side, reflecting on their experience in the African country where their daughter Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt was born May 27. (AP Photo/AP Television News)AP - Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie left Namibia with their newborn daughter and their two older children after a two-month stay at a luxury beach resort, an official said Saturday.


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Kate's brother Oliver Hudson ties knot (AP)
Actors Oliver Hudson, right, and Erinn Bartlett , smile for photographers on the red carpet before the premiere of 'The Skeleton Key' Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2005, in Los Angeles. Hudson _ brother of Kate Hudson and son of Goldie Hawn, has tied the knot. People Magazine reported on its Web site that Hudson, who had a recurring role in 'Dawson's Creek' and appeared in 'The Out-of-Towners' with his mother and Steve Martin, married Bartlett Friday, June 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Rene Macura)AP - Oliver Hudson — brother of Kate Hudson, son of Goldie Hawn, and an actor in his own right — has tied the knot.


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Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Pictures has won the rights to the Boom Studios comic book "Talent" after a bidding war that involved five studios including DreamWorks and Warner Bros. Pictures.

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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Daddy Yankee defends music piracy in Peru (AP)
Puerto Rican reggaeton star Daddy Yankee poses during an interview with the Associated Press at the Sheraton Hotel in Lima, Peru, Saturday, June 10, 2006.  Daddy Yankee will perform today in Lima in a concert at San Marcos Stadium.      (AP Photo/Karel Navarro)AP - Music piracy is unstoppable, and justified for poor fans, Puerto Rican reggaeton sensation Daddy Yankee said Saturday in the Peruvian capital of Lima.


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Canadian country acts go indie route (Reuters)
Reuters - While Canada has long been recognized as a breeding ground for country music stars, no local acts are directly signed to major labels here.

Marc Anthony leads triple-threat tour (Reuters)
Latin singer Marc Anthony performs in Bogota May 19, 2006. Anthony is in Colombia as part of his 'Colombia Tour.' Picture taken  May 19, 2006. REUTERS/Kena Maria BetancurReuters - The second Juntos en Concierto tour, featuring Latin stars Marc Anthony, Marco Antonio Solis and Laura Pausini, will ride a wave of increasing popularity for live Latin music in North America.


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UK singer scores goal with World Cup ad (Reuters)
Reuters - British newcomer Jim Noir is a huge soccer fan. During the 2006 FIFA World Cup June 9-July 9 in Germany, he plans to attend one of the England games. Already, though, his music is associated with the World Cup, thanks to Adidas.

Classical fans get their own digital player (Reuters)
Reuters - Aspiring to give classical music collectors the same technological edge that today's pop music fans now enjoy, Fortuna Classical Music has introduced the Maestro -- billed as the first digital music player designed specifically for the genre.

Got HD? Radio format starts new push (Reuters)
Reuters - In the coming weeks, high-definition (HD) radio proponents will launch the second phase of a promotional campaign. The mission? To increase awareness of a format that until now has remained a relative footnote on the digital music landscape.

Reggae star draws government ire in Jamaica (Reuters)
Reuters - Reggae star Cham's hot new tune "Ghetto Story" explicitly describes the poverty raging through Jamaica, and has been banned in its homeland.

UK buzz bands say "Don't believe the hype" (Reuters)
Reuters - It's the latest rock 'n' roll cliche: U.K. buzz band rides wave of Internet hype to claim Next Big Thing status.

Oakenfold plots short but "Lively" tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Electronica artist Paul Oakenfold is embarking on a short North American tour in support of his new studio album, "A Lively Mind," which was released Tuesday.

Bob Seger releasing first studio album in 11 years (Reuters)
Reuters - Bob Seger will release his first studio album in 11 years on September 12, a set that will likely include a duet with fellow Detroit rocker Kid Rock.

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