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Michael Jackson's finances center of trial (AP)
Michael Jackson waves in Tokyo in this Sunday, May 28, 2006 file photo.  A year after Jackson was acquitted of child molestation charges, a lawsuit by a former associate is headed for a trial that will put Jackson's chaotic financial dealings in the spotlight. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)AP - A year after Michael Jackson was acquitted of child molestation charges, a lawsuit by a former associate is headed for a trial that will put Jackson's chaotic financial dealings in the spotlight. The pop star is not expected in court but he will be seen through videotaped depositions.


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Spears' ex-guards must settle OT claims (AP)
Britney Spears is seen in this Feb. 8, 2006 file photo in Beverly Hills, Calif.   Three former security guards who say Spears owes them overtime pay must settle their claims through arbitration, a judge ruled Monday, June 19, 2006.    (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)AP - Three former security guards who say Britney Spears owes them overtime pay must settle their claims through arbitration, a judge ruled Monday.


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Hollywood director Sherman dies at 99 (AP)
Actress Rita Hayworth chats with director Vincent Sherman, right, between takes of the movie 'Affair In Trinidad' in Hollywood, in this March 1952 file photo. Sherman, who directed  Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth and Joan Crawford during his heyday as a leading Hollywood filmmaker in the 1940s and '50s, has died. He would have been 100 on July 16, 2006.  (AP Photo/FILE)AP - Vincent Sherman, who directed — and romanced — Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth and Joan Crawford during his heyday as a leading Hollywood filmmaker in the 1940s and '50s, has died. He would have been 100 on July 16.


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Jolie, Pitt plan to adopt another child (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 says she and Brad Pitt, who have three children including a newborn daughter, are planning to adopt another child. "Next, we'll adopt," Jolie tells CNN's Anderson Cooper in an interview to air Tuesday on "Anderson Cooper 360" (10 p.m. EDT).


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Kidman, Urban in Sydney for wedding (AP)
Australian actress Nicole Kidman poses for photos during a promotional event at the Bund in Shanghai, China, Saturday June 17, 2006.  (AP Photo/Color China Photo)AP - Nicole Kidman and fiance Keith Urban came home to Australia on Monday to be married, they said in a joint statement. "We are very happy to be back in Australia," they said in a joint statement carried by Australian Associated Press. "We have come home to celebrate our wedding with our family and friends."


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New Superman movie dazzles critics in first reviews (Reuters)
A scene from 'Superman Returns' from Warner Bros. Pictures. The film, which opens in the U.S. next week, is receiving knock-out first reviews from critics, with newcomer Brandon Routh tipped to win over audiences as the latest crime-fighting 'Man of Steel.' (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "Superman Returns," which opens in the United States next week, is receiving knock-out first reviews from critics, with newcomer Brandon Routh tipped to win over audiences as the latest crime-fighting "Man of Steel."


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Kidman, Urban soothe paparazzi with cold beer (Reuters)
Nicole Kidman during a promotional event in Shanghai, June 17, 2006. The Oscar-winning actress arrived in Sydney on Monday amid speculation she and fiance country music star Keith Urban will marry next weekend in a church near her family home. (Nir Elias/Reuters)Reuters - Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman and fiance Keith Urban used a very Australian gift to soothe the paparazzi camped outside her Sydney home on Tuesday ahead of their expected weekend wedding -- a case of cold beer.


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Somerhalder setting sail in 'Polo' (Reuters)
Reuters - LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) -- Former "Lost" co-star Ian Somerhalder is taking on a new marine adventure as the title character in "Marco Polo," RHI Entertainment's miniseries about the Venetian traveler.

Suit dismissed against 'Syriana,' Clooney (Reuters)
Reuters - A French court has dismissed a lawsuit against George Clooney and Warner Bros.

Song-and-dance Wall Street saga plagued by missteps (Reuters)
Reuters - Is there a bullish market -- theatrically speaking -- for a stockbroker-based dramatic comedy in which the principals dance around the set to the music of an onstage band?

New Superman movie dazzles critics in first reviews (Reuters)
A scene from 'Superman Returns' from Warner Bros. Pictures. The film, which opens in the U.S. next week, is receiving knock-out first reviews from critics, with newcomer Brandon Routh tipped to win over audiences as the latest crime-fighting 'Man of Steel.' (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "Superman Returns," which opens in the United States next week, is receiving knock-out first reviews from critics, with newcomer Brandon Routh tipped to win over audiences as the latest crime-fighting "Man of Steel."


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Wilson twists into "Drillbit" with Paramount (Reuters)
Reuters - Owen Wilson, who starred in the 2005 hit "Wedding Crashers," has signed on to star in the high-concept comedy "Drillbit Taylor" for Paramount Pictures. Steven Brill is in negotiations to direct.

Suit dismissed against 'Syriana,' Clooney (Reuters)
Reuters - A French court has dismissed a lawsuit against George Clooney and Warner Bros.

Hollywood director Sherman dies at 99 (AP)
Actress Rita Hayworth chats with director Vincent Sherman, right, between takes of the movie 'Affair In Trinidad' in Hollywood, in this March 1952 file photo. Sherman, who directed  Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth and Joan Crawford during his heyday as a leading Hollywood filmmaker in the 1940s and '50s, has died. He would have been 100 on July 16, 2006.  (AP Photo/FILE)AP - Vincent Sherman, who directed — and romanced — Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth and Joan Crawford during his heyday as a leading Hollywood filmmaker in the 1940s and '50s, has died. He would have been 100 on July 16.


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Seattle fest bows to French "Spies" (Reuters)
Reuters - Michael Hazanavius' "OSS 117: Nest of Spies," a French spy spoof, earned the Golden Space Needle Audience Award as best film at the 32nd annual Seattle International Film Festival, which concluded its 25-day run Sunday.

"Cars" Nips Black's "Nacho" (E! Online)
Cars had enough left in the tank to win the weekend 
 box-office race, despite a big road bump named Jack Black and three 
 other new releases.E! Online - Cars had enough left in the tank to win the weekend box-office race, despite a big road bump named Jack Black and three other new releases.


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Bruce Willis files defamation suit (AP)
Actor Bruce Willis answer questions during the presentation of DreamWorks Animation's feature 'Over the Hedge' in Mexico City, Monday, July 19, 2006. Willis does the voice of RJ the raccoon. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)AP - Bruce Willis filed a defamation lawsuit Monday against a paparazzi photographer who accused the "Die Hard" actor of attacking him outside a restaurant.


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'Cars' speeds to $33.7M box-office win (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 movie won the weekend box office for the second week in a row, according to studio estimates Sunday, June 18, 2006. (AP Photo/Disney/Pixar)AP - Cartoon autos beat Mexican wrestlers and real racing cars at the box office. "Cars" took in $33.7 million to remain the top movie for a second straight weekend, while Jack Black's wrestling comedy "Nacho Libre" debuted at No. 2 with $28.3 million.


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Review: `Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man' (AP)
AP - Thorough it's not, but the concert documentary "Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man" gathers solid interviews, anecdotes, recitations and tribute performances that present a fairly engaging portrait of the wry, dark poet who became a distinct voice in pop music.

French court tosses Syriana lawsuit (AP)
AP - A French court dismissed a lawsuit against George Clooney and Warner Bros. filed by a screenwriter who alleged "Syriana" was plagiarized from her script, court officials said Monday.

Kidman, Urban soothe paparazzi with cold beer (Reuters)
Nicole Kidman during a promotional event in Shanghai, June 17, 2006. The Oscar-winning actress arrived in Sydney on Monday amid speculation she and fiance country music star Keith Urban will marry next weekend in a church near her family home. (Nir Elias/Reuters)Reuters - Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman and fiance Keith Urban used a very Australian gift to soothe the paparazzi camped outside her Sydney home on Tuesday ahead of their expected weekend wedding -- a case of cold beer.


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Old World jazz the highlight of Playboy fest (Reuters)
Reuters - A tribute to Milt Jackson served as a counterbalance for everything that was wrong with the 28th edition of the Playboy Jazz Festival, sold out, scorching and sad.

Spears' ex-guards must settle OT claims (AP)
Britney Spears is seen in this Feb. 8, 2006 file photo in Beverly Hills, Calif.   Three former security guards who say Spears owes them overtime pay must settle their claims through arbitration, a judge ruled Monday, June 19, 2006.    (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)AP - Three former security guards who say Britney Spears owes them overtime pay must settle their claims through arbitration, a judge ruled Monday.


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Justin Hot for "FutureSex" (E! Online)
Get ready, ladies, Justin Timberlake has your 'SexyBack.'E! Online - Get ready, ladies, Justin Timberlake has your "SexyBack."


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Michael Jackson's finances center of trial (AP)
Michael Jackson waves in Tokyo in this Sunday, May 28, 2006 file photo.  A year after Jackson was acquitted of child molestation charges, a lawsuit by a former associate is headed for a trial that will put Jackson's chaotic financial dealings in the spotlight. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)AP - A year after Michael Jackson was acquitted of child molestation charges, a lawsuit by a former associate is headed for a trial that will put Jackson's chaotic financial dealings in the spotlight.


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Doherty's Not So Swede Reception (E! Online)
Just a 
 week after announcing to the world he was going to give sobriety another 
 go (which came less than a week after a near bust at 10,000 feet), Pete 
 Doherty was arrested by Swedish police and found to have traces of 
 cocaine and a tranquilizer in his bloodstream.E! Online - Just a week after announcing to the world he was going to give sobriety another go (which came less than a week after a near bust at 10,000 feet), Pete Doherty was arrested by Swedish police and found to have traces of cocaine and a tranquilizer in his bloodstream.


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Vandross record coming out after death (AP)
Luther Vandross accepts his award for favorite soul or R&B male artist at the 29th American Music Awards in Los Angeles, in this Jan. 9, 2002 file photo.  Fans of the legendary singer, who died in July 2005, can enjoy two new tracks when 'The Ultimate Luther Vandross' collection is released August 22. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - There's new Luther Vandross music on the way. Fans of the legendary singer, who died in July, can enjoy two new tracks when "The Ultimate Luther Vandross" collection is released Aug. 22.


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Japanese jazz pianist honored (AP)
In this undated publicity photo provided by Lew Tabackin, pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi is shown.   (AP Photo/Lew Tabackin, Tstomu)AP - The 80-year-old jazz impresario George Wein rarely introduces performers at the many festival concerts he presents worldwide, but he made an exception for the trailblazing Japanese pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi at a special tribute celebrating the 50th anniversary of her arrival in the United States.


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Chris Botti finally makes Carnegie Hall (AP)
AP - Pop-jazz trumpeter Chris Botti finally made it to Carnegie Hall as a headliner, keeping a promise he made to himself the first time he appeared on the famed concert stage almost 30 years ago.

Regina Spektor begins to grow up (AP)
AP - Regina Spektor, "Begin to Hope," (Sire)

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