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"Superman" primed to take box office in single bound (Reuters)
Brandon Routh, star of 'Superman Returns,' poses with a wax figure of himself as the character and a child at Madame Tussauds in New York June 27, 2006. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)Reuters - It's a given that the Man of Steel will lead this weekend's box office as "Superman Returns" moves into 4,065 engagements on Friday.


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Rich nations falter on Africa - Bono (Reuters)
Bono is greeted on arrival at a school near Lesotho's capital Maseru May 17, 2006. The world's richest countries are falling short on pledges made last year to provide Africa with life-saving AIDS drugs, expanded trade and increased aid, said rocker-activist Bono. (Mike Hutchings/Reuters)Reuters - The world's richest countries are falling short on pledges made last year to provide Africa with life-saving AIDS drugs, expanded trade and increased aid, said rocker-activist Bono.


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"Prada" is Gabler's latest character-driven project (Reuters)
Reuters - One way to escape the rigid rules of Hollywood formula filmmaking these days is to base your movie on a book. Adapt a movie from a best-seller like "The Devil Wears Prada," and you can make up your own rules.

Hart Sharp fattening up on Spurlock projects (Reuters)
Reuters - Hart Sharp Video is about to get supersized.

Playboy editor, models investigated in Indonesia (Reuters)
Reuters - The editor of Playboy Indonesia and two models whose pictures appeared in the magazine's first edition are being investigated for violating indecency laws, police said on Friday.

Goofy fantasy never quite jells in "Monster House" (Reuters)
Reuters - Expanding on the motion-capture animation technique he deployed in his lyrical Christmas tale "The Polar Express," exec producer Robert Zemeckis and a young UCLA film school grad named Gil Kenan, making his debut as a feature director, have engineered a comic adventure-scare movie for children in "Monster House."

Two "Loose" tracks hold pole positions (Reuters)
Reuters - Nelly Furtado is No. 1 on the singles chart whether you live in the United States or the United Kingdom, but which track depends on your country of residence.

Most networks to go live for Discovery launch (Reuters)
Reuters - If the space shuttle Discovery lifts off from its Florida launch pad at 3:49 p.m. EDT Saturday, all but one of the major networks will cover it live.

Cingular has Pollack on line for ads (Reuters)
Reuters - Sydney Pollack is coming to a theater near you.

Shepard wreaks "Hell" on would-be political satire (Reuters)
Reuters - In "The God of Hell," Sam Shepard locates the battleground of contemporary America on a dairy farm somewhere in Wisconsin. It's here, in all its pristine innocence and benign neglect, that the forces of corn-fed American goodness and the forces of evil and paranoia meet in a showdown over America's soul.

Goofy fantasy never quite jells in "Monster House" (Reuters)
Reuters - Expanding on the motion-capture animation technique he deployed in his lyrical Christmas tale "The Polar Express," exec producer Robert Zemeckis and a young UCLA film school grad named Gil Kenan, making his debut as a feature director, have engineered a comic adventure-scare movie for children in "Monster House."

"Prada" is Gabler's latest character-driven project (Reuters)
Reuters - One way to escape the rigid rules of Hollywood formula filmmaking these days is to base your movie on a book. Adapt a movie from a best-seller like "The Devil Wears Prada," and you can make up your own rules.

Eisenberg on "Bosnia" trek for Weinsteins (Reuters)
Reuters - Jesse Eisenberg will star alongside Richard Gere and Terrence Howard in "Spring Break in Bosnia" for the Weinstein Co.

"Narnia" tops slow 1st half for DVD sales (Reuters)
Reuters - Continuing a slow but steady decline that began last year, consumer home video spending slipped 3.7 percent in the first half of the year, to $10.9 billion, according to preliminary estimates from Home Media Retailing's market research department.

Xenon scoops up Snoop Dogg's "Hood" for fall release (Reuters)
Reuters - Xenon Pictures has acquired North American rights to "Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror," tentatively set for a fall theatrical bow, to be followed by a DVD release in the early spring.

"Lost City," "Lead," "Sharkboy" top Imagen finalists (Reuters)
Reuters - Lionsgate's "The Lost City," New Line Cinema's "Take the Lead" and Miramax's "The Adventures of Sharkboy & Lavagirl in 3-D" are the three finalists in the best picture category for the 21st annual Imagen Awards, which recognize positive portrayals of Latinos in entertainment.

Focus earns "Atonement" for US bow (Reuters)
British actress Keira Knightley poses at the world premiere of her new adventure film 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, June 24, 2006. Knightley will again be on U.S. screens with the romantic drama 'Atonement.' (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - British actress Keira Knightley, Oscar-nominated for her lead performance in last year's "Pride & Prejudice," again will be on U.S. screens with the romantic drama "Atonement."


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"Superman" primed to take box office in single bound (Reuters)
Brandon Routh, star of 'Superman Returns,' poses with a wax figure of himself as the character and a child at Madame Tussauds in New York June 27, 2006. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)Reuters - It's a given that the Man of Steel will lead this weekend's box office as "Superman Returns" moves into 4,065 engagements on Friday.


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"Chalk" draws sympathetic portrait of teachers (Reuters)
Reuters - Like sitcom dads, high school teachers in big-screen comedies are more often than not the object of ridicule. What's most refreshing about the genial and well-observed "Chalk" is that it describes the high school experience from teachers' point of view. Some of them are goofy, to be sure, but rather than two-dimensional representatives of the clueless adult class, they're also earnest, devoted working people.

Hart Sharp fattening up on Spurlock projects (Reuters)
Reuters - Hart Sharp Video is about to get supersized.

Two "Loose" tracks hold pole positions (Reuters)
Reuters - Nelly Furtado is No. 1 on the singles chart whether you live in the United States or the United Kingdom, but which track depends on your country of residence.

Bare Jr. turns it up to No. 11 (Reuters)
Reuters - Acclaimed alt-country singer/songwriter Bobby Bare Jr. is hoping 11 is his lucky number. Bare's forthcoming album, "The Longest Meow," features 11 songs recorded in 11 hours by 11 people.

Long-absent Spencer back on scene with new album (Reuters)
Reuters - Jeremy Spencer, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and a founding member of Fleetwood Mac, will release his first album in more than two decades.

Aerosmith gets orchestral for Independence Day (Reuters)
Reuters - Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and Joe Perry will join the Boston Pops for a Tuesday (July 4) concert on the city's Charles River Esplanade.

Dylan heading back to the ballpark this summer (Reuters)
Reuters - Bob Dylan will set off on his third annual tour of U.S. minor league baseball stadiums beginning August 12 in Comstock Park, Mich.

Everclear finds "Drama" in musical heroes (Reuters)
Reuters - Everclear's new studio album, "Welcome to the Drama Club," pays tribute to rock and blues greats.

Perry throws support behind Sierra Leone musicians (Reuters)
Reuters - Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry is sponsoring a performance Friday (June 30) by the Refugee All Stars of Sierra Leone in Woodstock, Vt., where he owns a farm.

R&B great Burke belts it out in "Nashville" (Reuters)
Reuters - Soul legend Solomon Burke's upcoming album of country music has been appropriately christened "Nashville."

Furtado earns second No. 1 of the week (Reuters)
Reuters - Nelly Furtado continues her career-best week as her single "Promiscuous" featuring Timbaland elevates two rungs to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.

DMX Does Jail...Again (E! Online)
The DMX man finally cometh to court on Thursday--and was 
 quickly senteth to jail.E! Online - The DMX man finally cometh to court on Thursday--and was quickly senteth to jail.


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