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Aaron Spelling resting after stroke (AP)
Television producer Aaron Spelling arrives at a benefit on April 22, 2005, in Los Angeles. Spelling suffered a stroke over the weekend at his Holmby Hills estate in Los Angeles and he's being treated at home, his publicist said Wednesday, June 21, 2006 .(AP Photo/Rene Macura)AP - Aaron Spelling, producer of TV's "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Charlie's Angels," suffered a stroke at his Holmby Hills estate over the weekend and was being treated at home, his publicist said Wednesday.


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Al Gore's documentary wins special award (AP)
Former Vice President Al Gore waves during a photo call for the film 'An Inconvenient Truth, ' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, in this May 20, 2006 file photo. The Gore documentary 'An Inconvenient Truth' will receive a rare recognition from the Humanitas Prize, which honors screenwriting that helps 'liberate, enrich and unify society.'  The film will receive the organization's first Special Award in over 10 years, president Frank Desiderio announced Wednesday, June 21, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File)AP - The Al Gore documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" will receive a rare recognition from the Humanitas Prize, which honors screenwriting that helps "liberate, enrich and unify society."


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Blige to make 'One Life to Live' cameo (AP)
Singer Mary J. Blige  performs at the Wango Tango concert in Irvine, Calif., in this file photo from May 6, 2006. Though she famously sang about wanting 'No More Drama' in her own life, Blige is about to be transplanted into a world of crime, scheming, back-stabbing, and scandal, she's taping an appearance on the soap opera 'One Life To Live.' (AP Photo/Matt Sayles,File)AP - Though she famously sang about wanting "No More Drama" in her own life, Mary J. Blige is about to be transplanted into a world of crime, scheming, back-stabbing and scandal. She's taping an appearance on ABC's "One Life to Live."


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Naomi Watts arrives for Kidman wedding (AP)
Actress Nicole Kidman arrives for the 78th Academy Awards Sunday, March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Actress Naomi Watts jetted into Sydney early Wednesday for her longtime friend Nicole Kidman's hotly anticipated weekend nuptials to country music star Keith Urban.


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Klum and Seal expecting another baby (AP)
Heidi Klum and  singer Seal, right, pose on the red carpet prior to an awards gala in Hamburg, northern Germany, on Nov. 18 2004.  The are expecting their second child together, he announced in a statement Wednesday, June 21, 2006.  (AP Photo / Joerg Sarbach)AP - Heidi Klum and Seal are expecting their second child together. The couple, who were married last May, have a 9-month-old son, Henry Guenther Ademola Dashtu Samuel. Klum also has a 2-year-old daughter, Leni, from a previous relationship with Formula One manager Flavio Briatore.


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"Death" stills "Da Vinci" at Japanese box office (Reuters)
Reuters - A homegrown hit adapted from a manga comic has knocked "The Da Vinci Code" off the top spot at the Japanese box office.

Aerosmith, Crue turn back time for joint tour (Reuters)
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler performs before the start of Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston, February 1, 2004. Enduring rock acts Aerosmith and Motley Crue are hitting the road together for the first time with a joint U.S. fall tour set to open September 14 in Holmdel, New Jersey. (Win McNamee/Reuters)Reuters - Enduring rock acts Aerosmith and Motley Crue are hitting the road together for the first time with a joint U.S. fall tour set to open September 14 in Holmdel, New Jersey.


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Rather's CBS exit "sad," Mike Wallace says (Reuters)
Reuters - Calling it a "sad, bloody story," veteran "60 Minutes" correspondent Mike Wallace expressed regret about Dan Rather's departure from CBS News but said Rather wasn't finished yet.

Amendments end East-West Writers Guild feud (Reuters)
Reuters - Members of the East and West coast units of the Writers Guild of America have overwhelmingly approved a series of constitutional amendments aimed at settling decades of animosity between the two, union leaders said on Wednesday.

Julian Slade, Composer Whose 'Salad Days' Was a Brit Hit, Dead at 76 (Playbill)
Playbill - Julian Slade, the composer and co-writer of the hit British musical, Salad Days, died June 17 at age 76, British newspapers reported. The cause of death was cancer, according to The Guardian.

"Death" stills "Da Vinci" at Japanese box office (Reuters)
Reuters - A homegrown hit adapted from a manga comic has knocked "The Da Vinci Code" off the top spot at the Japanese box office.

Fox 2000 puts BBC's "Hustle" to film (Reuters)
A scene from the BBC television series 'Hustle.' Fox 2000, a specialty division of film studio 20th Century Fox, has picked up big-screen rights to the series. (AMC/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Fox 2000, a specialty division of film studio 20th Century Fox, has picked up big-screen rights to Bharat Nalluri's BBC television series "Hustle."


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New Line refreshes "LOTR" franchise for new buyers (Reuters)
Reuters - There hasn't been a new "Lord of the Rings" movie in nearly three years.

Minghella recalls early curiousity about China (Reuters)
Reuters - When Oscar-winner Anthony Minghella was just 12 years old, he wrote the Chinese Embassy, politely asking a few questions about the Cultural Revolution, a political movement that had just been launched in 1966 and would become one of the deadliest in recorded history.

"Waist Deep" takes plunge into crime-action genre (Reuters)
Reuters - "Waist Deep" plunges much deeper than that into good old-fashioned genre filmmaking.

Potter's "Phoenix" Rising Next Summer (E! Online)
Muggles are going to have to crane their necks to catch this 
 Phoenix.E! Online - Muggles are going to have to crane their necks to catch this Phoenix.


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Al Gore's documentary wins special award (AP)
Former Vice President Al Gore waves during a photo call for the film 'An Inconvenient Truth, ' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, in this May 20, 2006 file photo. The Gore documentary 'An Inconvenient Truth' will receive a rare recognition from the Humanitas Prize, which honors screenwriting that helps 'liberate, enrich and unify society.'  The film will receive the organization's first Special Award in over 10 years, president Frank Desiderio announced Wednesday, June 21, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File)AP - The Al Gore documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" will receive a rare recognition from the Humanitas Prize, which honors screenwriting that helps "liberate, enrich and unify society."


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The Rock Rolled by Ankle Injury (E! Online)
Dwayne 'The 
 Rock' Johnson was sidelined Monday in Boston after rupturing his 
 Achilles tendon during football practice for his role as a pro 
 quarterback in the upcoming Disney comedy Game Plan.E! Online - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was sidelined Monday in Boston after rupturing his Achilles tendon during football practice for his role as a pro quarterback in the upcoming Disney comedy Game Plan.


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CBS mulls entry into movie business (Reuters)
CBS Chief Executive Les Moonves is seen during an interview with Reuters in New York November 22, 2005. Television broadcaster CBS Corp. is exploring a possible entry into the motion picture business, with a view toward producing a handful of smaller-budget films annually, Moonves said on Wednesday. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)Reuters - Television broadcaster CBS Corp. is exploring a possible entry into the motion picture business, with a view toward producing a handful of smaller-budget films annually, Chief Executive Les Moonves said on Wednesday.


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Cher pushing safer military helmets (AP)
Cher sits in the audience during  a House Armed Service Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, Thursday, June 15, 2006 on the use of combat helmets, vehicle armor and body armor by ground forces in Iraq.  Cher, who opposes the war in Iraq but supports the troops, says using her celebrity to promote effective helmets for U.S. soldiers is rewarding -- and 'the right thing to do.' She made the comments  in an interview that was to air Wednesday night, June 21, 2006, on CNN's 'Anderson Cooper 360.'   (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)AP - Cher, who opposes the war in Iraq but supports the troops, says using her celebrity to promote effective helmets for U.S. soldiers is rewarding — and "the right thing to do."


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Aerosmith, Crue turn back time for joint tour (Reuters)
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler performs before the start of Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston, February 1, 2004. Enduring rock acts Aerosmith and Motley Crue are hitting the road together for the first time with a joint U.S. fall tour set to open September 14 in Holmdel, New Jersey. (Win McNamee/Reuters)Reuters - Enduring rock acts Aerosmith and Motley Crue are hitting the road together for the first time with a joint U.S. fall tour set to open September 14 in Holmdel, New Jersey.


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T Bone Burnett reorders familiar sounds (Reuters)
Reuters - "True False Identity." The phrase was projected in orange against a black curtain behind T Bone Burnett as he closed out a tour Tuesday at the El Rey Theater.

Swedish trio e.s.t. explore musical frontiers (Reuters)
Reuters - Three black-clad visitors from Sweden proved to be hunter-stalkers of great skill and merit from the moment they began to roam the musical frontiers during their set Tuesday night at the Mint.

Newly svelte Etta James still heavy on bluesy sass (Reuters)
Reuters - She may have lost a considerable amount of weight, but singer Etta James has lost none of her vocal sass, as demonstrated by her performance Tuesday night at Carnegie Hall.

Kylie Minogue to resume tour after cancer (Reuters)
Australian actress and singer Kylie Minogue in London, January 30, 2005. Minogue, diagnosed with breast cancer last year, will begin her postponed Australian Showgirl Tour in November, her touring company said on Thursday. (Matt Dunham/Reuters)Reuters - Australian pop star Kylie Minogue, diagnosed with breast cancer last year, will begin her postponed Australian Showgirl Tour in November, her touring company said on Thursday.


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Busta Rhymes' 'Bang' crowns three album charts (Reuters)
Hip-hop artist Busta Rhymes speaks at a news conference announcing the nominees for the BET Awards 2006 in Hollywood May 16, 2006. Rhymes burst onto the U.S. album charts on Wednesday with his first No. 1 release, 'The Big Bang,' leading a generally sedate week on the Billboard 200 pop music roster. (Phil McCarten/Reuters)Reuters - Rap star Busta Rhymes burst onto the U.S. album charts on Wednesday with his first No. 1 release, "The Big Bang," leading a generally sedate week on the Billboard 200 pop music roster.


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'Idol' Taylor Hicks heads to top of singles chart (Reuters)
'American Idol' season five winner Taylor Hicks performs on NBC's 'Today' show at Rockefeller Center in New York June 1, 2006. Hicks' soulful rendition of 'Do I Make You Proud' will debut on the top of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart to be published on Thursday. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - Season five "American Idol" champion Taylor Hicks' soulful rendition of "Do I Make You Proud" will debut on the top of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart to be published on Thursday.


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Remastered George Harrison album slated for September (Reuters)
A red rose is placed next to a portrait of former Beatle, the late George Harrison, on the gates of the Abbey Road Studios in London in this November 30, 2001 file photo. Harrison's 'Living in the Material World' will be reissued on CD and in a deluxe CD/DVD package on September 26 via Capitol/EMI. (Kieran Doherty/Reuters)Reuters - The late George Harrison's "Living in the Material World" will be reissued on CD and in a deluxe CD/DVD package on September 26 via Capitol/EMI.


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OutKast album, film penciled in for August (Reuters)
Outkast appears on stage during the MTV Europe Music Awards 2004 ceremony in Rome November 18, 2004. After numerous delays, the film 'Idlewild' from hip-hop duo OutKast is now slated to arrive August 25 in U.S. theaters, three days after the release of the movie's soundtrack (LaFace). (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - After numerous delays, the film "Idlewild" from hip-hop duo OutKast is now slated to arrive August 25 in U.S. theaters, three days after the release of the movie's soundtrack (LaFace).


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Kracker, Hiatt, Sweet cozy up to 'Earl' (Reuters)
Reuters - Previously unreleased songs from Matthew Sweet, Uncle Kracker and John Hiatt will be featured on "My Name Is Earl -- The Album," a companion to NBC's popular television comedy starring Jason Lee.

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