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Camera seized in Pitt-Jolie photo probe (AP)
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie pose with Namibian First Lady Penexupifo Pohamba after a press conference held for the Namibian press in a hotel in the Namibian city of Swakopmund Wednesday, June 7, 2006. The couple thanked the Namibian people for their hospitality during the birth of their daughter Shiloh. Police in the Western Massachusetts town of Westfield say they have seized a digital camera with images of the celebrity couple in Africa for an investigation by Los Angeles authorities. (AP Photo/Tanja Bause-The Namibian)AP - Police in this western Massachusetts town say they have seized a digital camera with images of celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in Africa for an investigation by Los Angeles authorities.


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Lawmakers decry Christian film's PG rating (AP)
House Majority Whip Roy Blunt, R-Mo., left, talks to reporters on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005. Blunt, and other lawmakers are demanding explanations after hearing complaints that the movie 'Facing the Giants' was rated PG instead of G due to religious content. The Motion Picture Association of America claims the controversy arose from a miscommunication with the filmmakers. It says religion was not the reason for the rating.  (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)AP - A Christian-themed movie about a football coach's faith in God is finding an audience in Congress — not so much for its inspirational message, but for the PG rating it received.


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S.Korean stars rally against movie measure (AP)
AP - South Korean movie stars protested Saturday against a government measure pushed by the United States that they say threatens their film industry by subjecting it to increased competition from Hollywood.

Paris fashion highlights options for men (AP)
A model presents a creation by Belgian designer Dries Van Noten as part of his men's Spring-Summer 2007 fashion collection in Paris, Saturday July 1, 2006. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)AP - After years of stifling conservatism, men face a dizzying array of clothing options ranging from cutting-edge sportswear to unisex collections that blur the distinctions between the genders.


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Star Jones Reynolds sorry for wedding spectacle (Reuters)
Talk show host Larry King (L) listens as Star Jones Reynolds, former co-host of the ABC television network program 'The View', speaks during an exclusive interview on CNN's 'Larry King Live' at the CNN studios in Los Angeles June 29, 2006. (Rose M. Prouser/CNN/Reuters)Reuters - Newly fired co-host of "The View," Star Jones Reynolds, apologized to fans on Friday for getting "caught in the euphoria" of marital bliss when she planned her lavish, freebie-filled wedding in 2004.


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S.Korean stars rally against movie measure (AP)
AP - South Korean movie stars protested Saturday against a government measure pushed by the United States that they say threatens their film industry by subjecting it to increased competition from Hollywood.

Beatlemania revived 40 years after Japan concerts (Reuters)
Beatles fans wait for their favourite Beatles cover band before a Beatles amateur band festival in Tokyo on July 2, 2006. The Beatles visited Japan only once as a band, but the country is commemorating the 40th anniversary of their concerts as if the Fab Four never left the stage. (Toru Hanai - JAPAN/Reuters)Reuters - The Beatles visited Japan only once as a band, but the country is commemorating the 40th anniversary of their concerts as if the Fab Four had never left the stage.


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Former shuttle commander rides air waves (AP)
Space shuttle commander Eileen Collins waves as she takes part in a television interview Saturday morning July 1, 2006 at the Kennedy Space Center's press mound in Cape Canaveral, Fla.  seven astronauts are scheduled to liftoff later this afternoon onboard the space shuttle Discovery. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)AP - Last year, Eileen Collins sat on more than a million pounds of explosive fuel, strapped into a space shuttle.


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Lawmakers decry Christian film's PG rating (AP)
House Majority Whip Roy Blunt, R-Mo., left, talks to reporters on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005. Blunt, and other lawmakers are demanding explanations after hearing complaints that the movie 'Facing the Giants' was rated PG instead of G due to religious content. The Motion Picture Association of America claims the controversy arose from a miscommunication with the filmmakers. It says religion was not the reason for the rating.  (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)AP - A Christian-themed movie about a football coach's faith in God is finding an audience in Congress — not so much for its inspirational message, but for the PG rating it received.


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First Beatles sanctioned stage show opens in Vegas (Reuters)
Yoko Ono, wife of the late John Lennon, arrives for the gala premiere of 'The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil' at the Mirage hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada June 30, 2006. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - Lucy swoops on a trapeze across a sky twinkling with diamonds, Mr Kite presides over a psychedelic circus of stiltwalkers and acrobats, and the unmistakable voices of John, Paul, George and Ringo fill the surround sound-equipped arena.


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S.Korean stars rally against movie measure (AP)
AP - South Korean movie stars protested Saturday against a government measure pushed by the United States that they say threatens their film industry by subjecting it to increased competition from Hollywood.

Rules change for foreign-language Oscar (AP)
AP - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has changed the way it chooses nominees for best foreign language film and eliminated a rule requiring entries to be in the official language of the submitting country.

Camera seized in Pitt-Jolie photo probe (AP)
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie pose with Namibian First Lady Penexupifo Pohamba after a press conference held for the Namibian press in a hotel in the Namibian city of Swakopmund Wednesday, June 7, 2006. The couple thanked the Namibian people for their hospitality during the birth of their daughter Shiloh. Police in the Western Massachusetts town of Westfield say they have seized a digital camera with images of the celebrity couple in Africa for an investigation by Los Angeles authorities. (AP Photo/Tanja Bause-The Namibian)AP - Police in this western Massachusetts town say they have seized a digital camera with images of celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in Africa for an investigation by Los Angeles authorities.


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Lawmakers decry Christian film's PG rating (AP)
House Majority Whip Roy Blunt, R-Mo., left, talks to reporters on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005. Blunt, and other lawmakers are demanding explanations after hearing complaints that the movie 'Facing the Giants' was rated PG instead of G due to religious content. The Motion Picture Association of America claims the controversy arose from a miscommunication with the filmmakers. It says religion was not the reason for the rating.  (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)AP - A Christian-themed movie about a football coach's faith in God is finding an audience in Congress — not so much for its inspirational message, but for the PG rating it received.


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Simpson, Lachey officially single again (AP)
Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson are shown in this Sept. 22, 2004 file photo in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Famous 'Newlyweds' Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey are single again. Papers filed Friday, June 30, 2006, in Superior Court show the pop stars 'are restored to the status of single, unmarried persons.' Lachey, 32, and Simpson, 25, starred in the MTV reality show, 'Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica.' The singer-actress filed for divorce in December after three years of marriage. (AP Photo/Chris Polk, file)AP - Famous "Newlyweds" Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey are single again. Papers filed Friday in Superior Court show the pop stars "are restored to the status of single, unmarried persons."


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Helicopter filming movie crashes in Iowa (AP)
A crashed helicopter is seen  Friday, June 30, 2006, in Chicago.(AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)AP - A helicopter being used to film scenes for a movie crashed in eastern Iowa on Friday, killing one person and critically injuring two others, authorities said.


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Oscars change rules for foreign-language nominees (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar organizers on Friday unveiled two changes for the 2006 foreign-language category, broadening the group that selects nominees as well as the films that might be considered for the world's top movie awards.

Denzel wants Jackson to work on movie (AP)
Actor Denzel Washington poses at a film premiere in New York, Monday, March 20, 2006. Washington says he wants Peter Jackson to provide the special effects for a film he plans to direct, a New Zealand newspaper reported Friday, June 30 .2006. The Oscar-winning actor told the Dominion-Post he had discussed the project with Jackson during a four-day visit to Wellington this week.    (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Denzel Washington says he wants Peter Jackson to provide the special effects for a film he plans to direct, a newspaper reported Friday.


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Wall St. sees "Pirates" hauling in loot for Disney (Reuters)
Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow in 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' from Walt Disney. Wall Street expects the film to haul in plenty of box office booty for Disney, performing at least as well as the $654 million worldwide treasure for the first 'Pirates' film. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Wall Street expects "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" to haul in plenty of box office booty for the Walt Disney Co, performing at least as well as the $654 million worldwide treasure for the first "Pirates" film.


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Actor Rob Schneider back after heat wave collapse (Reuters)
Actor Rob Schneider arrives on the red carpet at the premiere of 'Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo' at The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas August 6, 2005. (Amy Beth Bennett/Reuters)Reuters - Comic actor Rob Schneider was back on the set of his directorial debut film a day after collapsing from heat exhaustion and food poisoning, his spokeswoman said on Friday.


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Beatlemania revived 40 years after Japan concerts (Reuters)
Beatles fans wait for their favourite Beatles cover band before a Beatles amateur band festival in Tokyo on July 2, 2006. The Beatles visited Japan only once as a band, but the country is commemorating the 40th anniversary of their concerts as if the Fab Four never left the stage. (Toru Hanai - JAPAN/Reuters)Reuters - The Beatles visited Japan only once as a band, but the country is commemorating the 40th anniversary of their concerts as if the Fab Four had never left the stage.


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Soul2Soul with country music's reigning couple (Reuters)
Faith Hill (L) and Tim McGraw arrive for the 2005 American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles November 22, 2005. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Tim McGraw and Faith Hill -- arguably the king and queen of country music -- are backstage at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pa., on June 21. They joke around and laugh with the crew. The casualness and fun in McGraw and Hill's demeanor belies the hard work they and their teams have put into the Soul2Soul II tour.


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Major League Baseball links with summer concerts (Reuters)
Reuters - When a professional baseball player makes it to the big leagues, he's said to have made it to "the show."

Chaka Chaka: Wage war against malaria (AP)
South African pop star Yvonne Chaka Chaka uses a mobile phone at the J&B Met horse racing in Cape Town, South Africa, Saturday, Jan, 28, 2006. Chaka Chaka urged world leaders Saturday, July 1, 2006 to wage war against malaria as she paid emotional tribute to a band member who died two years ago of a disease that claims more than a million lives every year. (AP Photo/Obed Zilwa)AP - South African singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka urged world leaders Saturday to wage war against malaria as she paid emotional tribute to a band member who died two years ago of the disease, which kills more than a million people every year.


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Sex Pistol Gets Hollywood Treatment At Film Fest (Yahoo! Music)
Yahoo! Music - Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones has been hosting Jonesy's Jukebox on the Los Angeles radio station Indie 103.1 for two and a half years now, during which time he's become a much-loved local hero. So when the L.A. Film Festival screened Julien Temple's Pistols rockumentary The Filth & The Fury on Saturday, July 1, it seemed only right that he broadcast a special Jonesy's episode live from the venue.

Simpson, Lachey officially single again (AP)
Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson are shown in this Sept. 22, 2004 file photo in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Famous 'Newlyweds' Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey are single again. Papers filed Friday, June 30, 2006, in Superior Court show the pop stars 'are restored to the status of single, unmarried persons.' Lachey, 32, and Simpson, 25, starred in the MTV reality show, 'Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica.' The singer-actress filed for divorce in December after three years of marriage. (AP Photo/Chris Polk, file)AP - Famous "Newlyweds" Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey are single again. Papers filed Friday in Superior Court show the pop stars "are restored to the status of single, unmarried persons."


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Simon's new tour is about music, not Art (AP)
Paul Simon performs at the 2006 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans, in this May 6, 2006 file photo. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer launched his first solo tour in five years with a Wednesday, June 28, 2006 show in Cleveland, supporting his critically acclaimed new album 'Surprise.' His last time on the road, Simon teamed up with old friend Art Garfunkel in 2003-04 rather than going alone. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - Paul Simon's new tour is about music, not Art. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer launched his first solo tour in five years with a Wednesday show in Cleveland, supporting his critically acclaimed album "Surprise." His last time on the road in 2003-04, Simon teamed up with old friend Art Garfunkel, rather than going alone.


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Gospel star Sheard stays cool as career heats up (Reuters)
Reuters - They say you can tell a lot about a person by the way they handle lost luggage or a rainy day, but the true test of an artist's mettle is how she handles a video shoot in 90-degree weather.

Q&A: India.Arie defies labels on "Testimony" (Reuters)
Reuters - India.Arie did not set out to be one of the original poster children for neo-soul. But the seven Grammy Award nominations earned by her 2001 platinum debut, "Acoustic Soul," plus her 2002 Grammy-winning platinum follow-up, "Voyage to India," deemed otherwise.

Yasmin Le Bon: Marriage has staying power (AP)
British model Yasmin le Bon models a hat of black netting designed by Britain's Philip Treacy during his show as part of London Fashion Week in this Sunday, Feb. 22, 1998 file photo. Le Bon says her marriage to Simon Le Bon of Duran Duran has lasted more than two decades because of similarities in the music and fashion worlds in which they live.   'I think part of why it's (the marriage) worked is that we understand each other's businesses so completely. They're so similar,' Le Bon, 41, was quoted as saying in the July issue of Prestige Hong Kong magazine.    (AP Photo/ Alastair Grant, FILE)AP - Yasmin Le Bon says her marriage to Simon Le Bon of Duran Duran has lasted more than two decades because of similarities in the music and fashion worlds in which they live.


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