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Carlin, Coulter set for 'Tonight' show (AP)
Political commentator Ann Coulter is seen in New York's Central Park in this  Aug. 11, 2003, file photo. 'Tonight' host Jay Leno might want to consider wearing referee stripes on Wednesday's show when Coulter and  George Carlin are his guests. Coulter, the acid-tongued conservative with a new book out, and Carlin, the quick-witted, antiestablishment comedian who's in the voice cast for the new animated film 'Cars,' were booked at separate times, an NBC spokeswoman said Monday June 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper, File)AP - "Tonight" host Jay Leno might want to consider wearing referee stripes on Wednesday's show when Ann Coulter and George Carlin are his guests.


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Brown no longer consumed by hate for O.J. (AP)
Denise Brown, sister of the late Nicole Brown Simpson, holds a news conference at Temple University in Philadelphia Thursday, Sept. 21, 1995. (AP Photo/Nanine Hartzenbusch, FILE)AP - The sister of Nicole Brown Simpson said she is no longer consumed by hate for O.J. Simpson. Denise Brown told "Inside Edition" that she has moved on and the feelings she once had for her former brother-in-law have melted away.


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Leno, Rice top celebrity dinner survey (AP)
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice holds a news conference to discuss the sixth annual Department of State Trafficking in Persons Report, in this file photo from June 5, 2006, at the Department of State in Washington. When Esquire asked men who they'd invite from a list of 14 notable women to a dinner party, they chose Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice over such stars as Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston and Jessica Simpson. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari,File)AP - When Esquire asked a panel of men whom they'd invite from a list of 14 notable women to a dinner party, they chose Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice over such stars as Oprah Winfrey, Angelina Jolie, Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston.


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Matt Damon, wife have baby named Isabella (AP)
Actor Matt Damon points something out as he sits in Fenway Park with then-girlfriend Luciana prior to the Boston Red Sox game against the Oakland Athletics in Boston in this July 6, 2004 file photo. Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana Bozan, are the parents of a baby girl, Isabella, their first child, born Sunday June 11, 2006. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File)AP - Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana Bozan, are the parents of a baby girl, Isabella, their first child, the actor's publicist said Monday.


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Singer leaves N.Y. hospital after beating (AP)
Recording artist Kevin Aviance is wheeled to his ride after exiting Beth Israel Medical Center Monday, June 12, 2006 in New York.  Aviance was attacked by a group of youths yelling anti-gay slurs early on Saturday, June 10.  (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)AP - A recording artist assaulted by youths yelling anti-gay slurs in the East Village left the hospital Monday, his leg in a brace and his jaw wired shut because of the injuries he had suffered.


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"Solo" feels like Vegas crime thriller Down Under (Reuters)
Reuters - The winner of the inaugural Australian Project Greenlight scriptwriting contest has watched one too many Las Vegas-set crime thrillers. Or maybe not enough good ones.

Pete Yorn telling stories on new album (Reuters)
Singer-songwriter Pete Yorn in an undated photo. Yorn will complete a self-described musical 'trilogy' with his third full-length album later this summer. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Singer-songwriter Pete Yorn will complete a self-described musical "trilogy" with his third full-length album later this summer.


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At PBS helm, Paula Kerger must seek solvency (Reuters)
Reuters - Paula Kerger's mission as the new chief of the Public Broadcasting Service is to give the endearing and endangered institution financial autonomy in a digital media world that desperately needs what PBS has to offer.

CinemaNow signs Fox to movie and TV download deal (Reuters)
Reuters - CinemaNow on Monday said it will start selling movies and television shows from News Corp.'s Fox Entertainment Group, bolstering the site's content while consumer demand rises for legal video downloads.

L.A. Opera brings "La Traviata" to 1920s Paris (Reuters)
Reuters - Violetta Valery as the Traviata ("the woman who lost her way") finds her way into the 1920s Paris flapper scene in the Marta Domingo-directed "La Traviata" at the Los Angeles Opera.

"Solo" feels like Vegas crime thriller Down Under (Reuters)
Reuters - The winner of the inaugural Australian Project Greenlight scriptwriting contest has watched one too many Las Vegas-set crime thrillers. Or maybe not enough good ones.

McGuigan will work "Knights" for Weinsteins (Reuters)
Reuters - The Weinstein Co. has hired Scottish director Paul McGuigan, the filmmaker behind the crime thriller "Lucky Number Slevin," to take the helm of an upcoming medieval drama titled "Four Knights."

Tim Burton goes from Ripley to "Sweeney" (Reuters)
Reuters - Paramount Pictures Chairman Brad Grey has decided to exchange one big-budget Tim Burton movie project for another.

"Cars" laps field with $60 million opening (Reuters)
A scene from the new film 'Cars' from Disney Pixar. While the film took its first lap at the box office in the top spot this weekend, the seventh film from Pixar had less horsepower on opening weekend than the previous three releases from the highly esteemed animation company. (Disney Pixar/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - While "Cars" took its first lap at the box office in the top spot this weekend, the seventh film from Pixar had less horsepower on opening weekend than the previous three releases from the highly esteemed animation company.


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Fox International cracks $1 billion at box office (Reuters)
Reuters - Thanks to a hot performance from "Ice Age: The Meltdown" and a flying start by "X-Men: The Last Stand," 20th Century Fox became the first Hollywood studio this year to hit the $1 billion mark at the overseas box office, Fox said on Monday.

Judge orders "Crash" lawsuit amended (Reuters)
Reuters - A judge has dealt movie executive Bob Yari a major setback in his legal bid to share in producer credits for the Oscar-winning film "Crash."

Disney stock down after 'Cars' debut (AP)
In this photo provided by Disney/Pixar, (left to right) Chick Hicks (Michael Keaton), Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson), and The King (Richard Petty), fight for the lead during the big race  in 'Cars.' The animated comedy raced to first place at the weekend box office with a $62.8 million debut.  (AP Photo/Disney/Pixar)AP - Shares of The Walt Disney Co. dipped slightly Monday, then rebounded, reflecting lower than expected ticket sales during the opening weekend of the Pixar animated film "Cars."


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French animation undergoes "Renaissance" (Reuters)
A publicity still from Christian Volckman's animated French feature film 'Renaissance,' the winning feature at this year's Annecy International Animation Festival. The film's title is an apt reflection of the unprecedented boom taking place in the French cartoon business. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The winning feature film at this year's Annecy International Animation Festival was director Christian Volckman's striking black-and-white futuristic thriller "Renaissance."


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Defense seek evidence in wiretapping case (AP)
Dennis Storhoi, <a href='http://rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/slideshow/ymovies/*http://movies.yahoo.com/shop?d=hc&id=1800018806&cf=gen'>Antonio Banderas</a> and director <a href='http://rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/slideshow/ymovies/*http://movies.yahoo.com/shop?d=hc&id=1800019458&cf=gen'>John McTiernan</a> on the set of The 13th WarriorAP - Defense attorneys for a private investigator accused of eavesdropping on Hollywood celebrities scolded federal prosecutors Monday for not turning over evidence.


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'Cars' drives box office with $60.1M (AP)
Actor John Ratzenberger arrives for the premiere of the Disney/Pixar animated film 'Cars' at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C., Friday May 26, 2006. Ratzenberger, best known for his role as the garrulous postman Cliff Clavin in the TV series 'Cheers,' voices a tractor-trailer named Mack in 'Cars.' (AP Photo/Terry Renna)AP - "Cars," an animated tale about talking autos, revved up the box office with a $60.1 million opening weekend, though it drew in smaller crowds than Disney-Pixar cartoon predecessors.


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Pete Yorn telling stories on new album (Reuters)
Singer-songwriter Pete Yorn in an undated photo. Yorn will complete a self-described musical 'trilogy' with his third full-length album later this summer. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Singer-songwriter Pete Yorn will complete a self-described musical "trilogy" with his third full-length album later this summer.


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Bob Dylan documentary wins big at Banff awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Martin Scorsese's 2005 documentary "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan" was the big winner at the 27th Banff Rockie Awards on Monday night, taking home the grand prize and the arts documentary prize at the Banff World Television Festival.

Streisand taking Il Divo quartet on fall tour (Reuters)
Barbra Streisand at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, October 1, 2005. Tickets to the first batch of dates for Streisand's upcoming U.S. tour went on sale on Monday as organizers announced that the classical-pop vocal quartet Il Divo will join her on the road as a guest act. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - Tickets to the first batch of dates for Barbra Streisand's upcoming U.S. tour went on sale on Monday as organizers announced that the classical-pop vocal quartet Il Divo will join her on the road as a guest act.


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Janet Jackson album set for September release (Reuters)
Janet Jackson is seen at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, June 18, 2005. Jackson's new studio album, '20 Years Old,' will arrive in stores September 26 via Virgin Records, with the first single, 'Call on Me,' featuring rapper Nelly, ready to hit U.S. radio outlets next week. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Pop star Janet Jackson's new studio album, "20 Years Old," will arrive in stores September 26 via Virgin Records, with the first single, "Call on Me," featuring rapper Nelly, ready to hit U.S. radio outlets next week.


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Bonnaroo music festival tickets sell out (Reuters)
Reuters - After missing the capacity mark in 2005, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts festival has now once again sold out in advance.

Korn cancels European tour due to illness (Reuters)
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis performs during the Metalway Festival in northern Spain, August 13, 2005. Korn has been forced to cancel its European tour due to an unspecified illness suffered by Davis, who was hospitalized in London over the weekend. (Vincent West/Reuters)Reuters - Hard-rock band Korn has been forced to cancel its European tour due to an unspecified illness suffered by frontman Jonathan Davis, who was hospitalized in London over the weekend.


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Blues legend B.B. King still touring at 80 (AP)
B.B. King sings one of his ballads at The Silver Star Casino, in Choctaw, Miss., Saturday, June 10,  2006. (AP Photo/Rogelio Solis)AP - Blues legend B.B. King likes to pass the time while on tour relaxing in his jumbo-sized luxury bus, playing dominoes and checkers on his silver laptop computer.


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Trial begins in White Stripes case (AP)
Meg White and Jack White of 'The White Stripes' are shown  in New York in this May 5, 2004, file photo. A trial began in Detroit Monday, June 12, 2006, on a federal lawsuit by Jim Diamond, a producer who worked on the first two White Stripes albums, who says he played a pivotal role in creating the band's signature sound and deserves a share of the royalties.  (AP Photo/ Diane Bondareff)AP - A trial began Monday on a federal lawsuit by a producer who worked on the first two White Stripes albums and says he played a pivotal role in creating the two-member rock band's signature sound and deserves a share of the royalties.


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Korn Kancels Euro Tour (E! Online)
Korn's summer harvest has ended before it could even begin.E! Online - Korn's summer harvest has ended before it could even begin.


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B.I.G. Retrial Set (E! Online)
The family of the late Notorious B.I.G. and the city of Los 
 Angeles are getting a do-over.E! Online - The family of the late Notorious B.I.G. and the city of Los Angeles are getting a do-over.


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