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Jolie: Birth experience was 'terrifying' (AP)
Actress Angelina Jolie speaks during a visit to Port-au-Prince, Haiti in this Friday, Jan. 13, 2006 file photo. Jolie, in her first U.S. interview since the birth of her daughter last month, says the experience was frightening. 'You know, because you're there for the birth, which I wasn't for my first two kids, you're just suddenly terrified that they're not gonna take a first breath,' the 31-year-old actress says in an interview to air Tuesday on CNN's 'Anderson Cooper 360.'    (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)AP - Angelina Jolie, in her first U.S. interview since the birth of her daughter last month, says the experience was frightening.


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Spears' rep denies Namibia birth report (AP)
This June 2006 photo, supplied by NBC News, shows pop star Britney Spears talking about the state of her marriage, motherhood, the tabloids criticism about her skills as a mom, and why the paparazzi have gone too far in an exclusive interview  with NBC's Matt Lauer.The inverview aired Thursday, June 15, 2006. Following in the steps of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt,   Spears is considering a Namibian birth for her next baby, a government official said Friday, June 16, 2006. (AP Photo/ NBC News)AP - Britney Spears, through her press representative, denied a report Friday that she was considering a Namibian birth for her next baby.


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N.Y. judge issues warrant for Boy George (AP)
Former pop star Boy George, whose real name is George O'Dowd, enters Manhattan criminal court, in this March 8, 2006 file photo in New York. A New York City judge issued a warrant, Friday, June 16, 2006, for ODowds arrest after the former Culture Club singer failed to appear in court to explain why he wants to change the terms of his sentence. In March, O'Dowd pleaded guilty in Manhattan Criminal Court to third-degree false reporting of an incident. The charge followed his false report of a burglary at his Lower Manhattan apartment where police found cocaine. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano, File)AP - A clearly annoyed Manhattan judge issued an arrest warrant Friday for Boy George after the former Culture Club singer failed to appear in court to explain why he wants to change his sentence for falsely reporting a burglary.


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Ricky Skaggs' tour bus kills man in Tenn. (AP)
AP - A tour bus carrying bluegrass artist Ricky Skaggs from a performance at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival struck and killed a man Friday night, authorities said.

N.M. festival celebrates flamenco dancing (AP)
Festival Flamenco Internacional de Albuquerque student Bianca Rodriguez, center, of Laredo, Texas, works on her dancing during a bulerias y tangos workshop, Monday, June 12, 2006, on the University of New Mexico campus in Albuquerque, N.M. The festival, in its 20 year, draws artists from Spain and around the world to perform. The festival is also attended by about 250 students from across the country who come to learn from flamenco's best. (AP Photo/Jake Schoellkopf)AP - At 10 years old, Eva Encinias-Sandoval watched renowned flamenco artist La Tati dance in Madrid, Spain, and dreamed of one day being able to see such performances at home.


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Giuliani documentary diluted by heavy bias (Reuters)
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks at a news conference in Seoul April 12, 2006. Kevin Keating's film, the latest in a seemingly never-ending series of politically themed documentaries presumably designed to have an impact on the upcoming elections, deals with former New York mayor and possible 2008 presidential candidate Giuliani. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - Kevin Keating's film, the latest in a seemingly never-ending series of politically themed documentaries presumably designed to have an impact on the upcoming elections, deals with former New York mayor and possible 2008 presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani.


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Ricky Skaggs' tour bus kills man in Tenn. (AP)
AP - A tour bus carrying bluegrass artist Ricky Skaggs from a performance at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival struck and killed a man Friday night, authorities said.

Lehrer, Bradlee tackle journalistic ethics (Reuters)
Reuters - If there was a Truth in Title law for TV, this hour-long conversation between veteran newsman Jim Lehrer and legendary Washington Post exec Ben Bradlee would be titled "Ethical Issues in Journalism." Sitting on comfy chairs at an acute angle, Lehrer poses professionally delicate and difficult problems and Bradlee tells how he would resolve them, citing examples from a long and illustrious career.

Former NBC producer joins CBS News (Reuters)
Reuters - CBS News has hired away from rival NBC a producer who has worked closely with Katie Couric to redesign the look for the "CBS Evening News" when Couric starts on the air in September.

Playwright Eldridge's "Market Boy" proves messy (Reuters)
Reuters - In his big and brash new play "Market Boy" at the National Theater, playwright David Eldridge attempts to distill Britain's cruel and greedy Thatcher years using the life and times of a London street market, but the result is messy and unconvincing.

Giuliani documentary diluted by heavy bias (Reuters)
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks at a news conference in Seoul April 12, 2006. Kevin Keating's film, the latest in a seemingly never-ending series of politically themed documentaries presumably designed to have an impact on the upcoming elections, deals with former New York mayor and possible 2008 presidential candidate Giuliani. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - Kevin Keating's film, the latest in a seemingly never-ending series of politically themed documentaries presumably designed to have an impact on the upcoming elections, deals with former New York mayor and possible 2008 presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani.


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Spielberg's Space Odyssey (E! Online)
Steven Spielberg is getting ready for his next close encounter.E! Online - Steven Spielberg is getting ready for his next close encounter.


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Movie marketers pressured to fill seats (AP)
AP - Movie marketing is big business. Studios spend about $3.5 billion each year to advertise and promote films. And sometimes the biggest talent works on the posters, trailers and slogans that lure moviegoers into theaters with images and tag lines more memorable than the films they promote.

Greg Kinnear and wife welcome 2nd child (AP)
Actor Greg Kinnear and his wife Helen arrive at a film premiere in the Westwood section of Los Angeles on  March 6, 2005. Helen gave birth to their second daughter Tuesday, June13, 2006, in Los Angeles, the actor's publicist said Friday.   (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - Greg Kinnear is a new father. His wife, Helen, gave birth to their second daughter this week in Los Angeles, the actor's publicist said Friday.


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Pitt Tops DiCaprio in "World" Domination (E! Online)
And for an encore, Brad Pitt gets to eat  Leonardo DiCaprio's brains...E! Online - And for an encore, Brad Pitt gets to eat Leonardo DiCaprio's brains...


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Pixar's "Cars" should take flag in second lap (Reuters)
A scene from the animated film 'Cars' from Disney/Pixar. The movie debuted at No. 1 last week with a gross of $60.1 million, a solid opening by nearly any standard but only the fourth best for Pixar. Among all animated releases, however, it was the seventh biggest on record. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - While four wide releases hit theaters on Friday, the weekend movie scene is shaping up as one for car enthusiasts of all ages with two racing-themed films likely parked among the top box-office slots when the dust settles.


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"Garfield" movie sequel heads for litter box (Reuters)
Reuters - If 2004's "Garfield: The Movie" seemed completely devoid of anything resembling charm or inspiration, make way for "Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties," in which Jim Davis' glib feline proves to be even more unpleasant than he did in his first computer-generated incarnation.

Jack Black delivers mucho comedy in "Nacho Libre" (Reuters)
Jack Black (R) looks at a lucha libre wrestler impersonator at the world premiere of 'Nacho Libre' at Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood June 12, 2006. Black, 'School of Rock' writer Mike White and 'Napoleon Dynamite' director Jared Hess make up the fearsome comedy tag team behind 'Nacho Libre,' an amiably clunky, unapologetically silly summer confection that nevertheless lands sufficient lethal slams to the funny bone to rake in mucho dinero for Paramount. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Jack Black, "School of Rock" writer Mike White and "Napoleon Dynamite" director Jared Hess make up the fearsome comedy tag team behind "Nacho Libre," an amiably clunky, unapologetically silly summer confection that nevertheless lands sufficient lethal slams to the funny bone to rake in mucho dinero for Paramount.


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Jet Li gives kick to kung fu biopic "Fearless" (Reuters)
Jet Li is seen during a premiere of his movie 'Fearless' in Hong Kong January 22, 2006. Witty choreography juices the pedestrian plot of 'Fearless,' an earnest and technically accomplished biopic in which action star Jet flexes his limited dramatic muscles to portray kung fu master Huo Yuanjia. REUTERS/Paul YeungReuters - Witty choreography juices the pedestrian plot of "Fearless," an earnest and technically accomplished biopic in which action star Jet Li flexes his limited dramatic muscles to portray kung fu master Huo Yuanjia.


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Word games looming large at the movies (Reuters)
Reuters - Strung together with precision and purpose, words provide the linguistic building blocks of any film. Ever since talkies were introduced, the deliberate arrangement of vowels and consonants have endowed movies with stirring monologues and dynamic exchanges.

Ricky Skaggs' tour bus kills man in Tenn. (AP)
AP - A tour bus carrying bluegrass artist Ricky Skaggs from a performance at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival struck and killed a man Friday night, authorities said.

Snoop Dogg rolling out "Blue Carpet" (Reuters)
Snoop Dogg performs in Cape Town, South Africa May 1, 2006. Snoop has assembled an eye-popping roster of guests for his next studio album, 'Blue Carpet Treatment.' (Mike Hutchings/Reuters)Reuters - Rapper Snoop Dogg has assembled an eye-popping roster of guests for his next studio album, "Blue Carpet Treatment."


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Beyonce readies "B-Day" celebration (Reuters)
Beyonce poses in Cannes, France May 19, 2006. When it came time to begin work on her second solo album, Beyonce didn't even tell her manager, who also happens to be her father, that she'd booked studio time. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - When it came time to begin work on her second solo album, Beyonce didn't even tell her manager, who also happens to be her father, that she'd booked studio time.


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Sacred music takes center stage at Morocco event (Reuters)
Reuters - It's hard to imagine a better place to discuss cross-cultural currents than at the annual Fez Festival of World Sacred Music.

Bluegrass star McCoury takes fans to 'Promised Land' (Reuters)
Reuters - After performing bluegrass music for more than 40 years, collecting numerous accolades including the International Bluegrass Music Assn.'s entertainer of the year award nine times, and winning a Grammy Award earlier this year, you'd think Del McCoury would have checked off everything on his professional to-do list. But there's at least one thing left: a gospel album.

European hitmaker Rae readies U.S. debut (Reuters)
British singer Corinne Bailey Rae performs at the Rock in Rio festival held in Lisbon, June 4, 2006. As singer-songwriter Rae's star ascends across Europe, her record label finds itself in the strange position of trying to decelerate her career. (Marcos Borga/Reuters)Reuters - As singer-songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae's star ascends across Europe, her record label finds itself in the strange position of trying to decelerate her career.


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Former NBC producer joins CBS News (Reuters)
Reuters - CBS News has hired away from rival NBC a producer who has worked closely with Katie Couric to redesign the look for the "CBS Evening News" when Couric starts on the air in September.

Steve Miller raids archives, gets jazzy (Reuters)
Rock musician Steve Miller places his hands in cement during his induction onto Hollywood's RockWalk, July 11, 2005. With a 30th anniversary edition of Miller's 'Fly Like an Eagle' due out this month, can the same treatment for its follow-up, 'Book of Dreams,' be far behind? Probably not, says Miller. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)Reuters - With a 30th anniversary edition of Steve Miller's "Fly Like an Eagle" due out this month, can the same treatment for its follow-up, "Book of Dreams," be far behind? Probably not, says Miller.


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The Stones, Ron Included, Still Rolling (E! Online)
The Rolling Stones may be falling out of trees and battling 
 addictions, but they're gonna keep on rockin'.E! Online - The Rolling Stones may be falling out of trees and battling addictions, but they're gonna keep on rockin'.


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Landmark birthday Sunday for Paul McCartney (AP)
Paul McCartney performs at the Grammy Awards on  Feb. 8, 2006, in Los Angeles.  McCartney turns 64 on Sunday, June 18, 2006, in the midst of a traumatic year, with a split from his wife amid lurid tabloid headlines.  (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - About 14,000 yesterdays have passed since Paul McCartney first mused about turning 64. Sunday, he can stop musing.


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