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Keith Richards to be in 'Pirates' movie (AP)
Keith Richards arrives at the Shanghai airport Thursday April 6, 2006. Johnny Depp said Tuesday, July 4, 2006, that Keith Richards is lined up to play the  father of a pirate in the third installment of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movie series. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)AP - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards is lined up to play the swashbuckling father of a pirate in the third installment of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series, star Johnny Depp said Tuesday.


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Keira Knightley says she is not anorexic (AP)
British actress Keira Knightley arrives for the European Premiere of 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,' at the Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square, central London Monday July 3, 2006. (AP Photo/Ian West, PA)AP - Oscar-nominated actress Keira Knightley disclosed a family history of anorexia Tuesday but said that she doesn't suffer from an eating disorder.


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Scott urges better portrayal for women (AP)
Singer Jill Scott inroduces a panel to discuss the role of women and how they are portrayed in music videos during a seminar at the Essence Music Festival in Houston, Monday, July 3, 2006. The festival ordinarily held in New Orleans was moved to Houston due to the lingering effects of Hurricane Katrina.  (AP Photo/Tim Johnson)AP - The portrayal of black women in popular music and videos is too often degrading and the black community must find a way to change these images, best-selling singer Jill Scott said Monday.


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Music producer reportedly gets pardon (AP)
AP - Dubai's ruler pardoned American R&B producer Dallas Austin on Tuesday, hours after he was sentenced to four years in prison for possession of cocaine, two of the producer's lawyers said.

Kylie "fell to pieces" when cancer diagnosed (Reuters)
Australian actress and singer Kylie Minogue holds a pen for signing autographs as she arrives for the UK premiere of the animated film 'The Magic Roundabout' at the Vue Leicester Square cinema in London January 30, 2005. Minogue has said she and her family 'fell to pieces' when she learnt she had breast cancer. (Matt Dunham/Reuters)Reuters - Australian pop star Kylie Minogue has said she and her family "fell to pieces" when she learned she had breast cancer.


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Keira Knightley says she is not anorexic (AP)
British actress Keira Knightley arrives for the European Premiere of 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,' at the Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square, central London Monday July 3, 2006. (AP Photo/Ian West, PA)AP - Oscar-nominated actress Keira Knightley disclosed a family history of anorexia Tuesday but said that she doesn't suffer from an eating disorder.


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Mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson dies (AP)
Trojan hero Aeneas, played by Ben Heppner, sings with Dido, Queen of Carthage, played by Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, in the dress rehearsal for part two of Hector Berlioz's opera 'Les Troyens' at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, in this file photo from Feb. 7, 2003.   Lieberson, an internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano, died Monday July 3, 2006 at her Santa Fe home with her husband, composer Peter Lieberson, at her side, said Richard Gaddes, general director of the Santa Fe Opera. She was 52. (AP Photos/Ed Bailey,File)AP - Internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, whose repertoire ranged from Baroque to the contemporary, has died.


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Stiller, CBS down home for Taylor-tailored comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Ben Stiller is teaming with CBS for a comedy project to star his wife, actress Christine Taylor.

Studios slow DVD releases in first-half 2006 (Reuters)
People walk by movie posters in this January 6, 2006 file photo. With the number of active DVD releases in the market expected to pass the 60,000-unit mark by year's end, studios are slowing their release pace, perhaps in recognition of the worsening shelf-space crunch at retail. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - With the number of active DVD releases in the market expected to pass the 60,000-unit mark by year's end, studios are slowing their release pace, perhaps in recognition of the worsening shelf-space crunch at retail.


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Broadway-Bound 'Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me' Leaves Toronto (Playbill)
Playbill - Martin Short will close the Toronto run of his new show, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me on July 2. The engagement at the Canon Theatre began May 27. The pre-Broadway tour's next stop is Chicago.

Keira Knightley says she is not anorexic (AP)
British actress Keira Knightley arrives for the European Premiere of 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,' at the Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square, central London Monday July 3, 2006. (AP Photo/Ian West, PA)AP - Oscar-nominated actress Keira Knightley disclosed a family history of anorexia Tuesday but said that she doesn't suffer from an eating disorder.


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"Pony" joins club with Dimension (Reuters)
Reuters - In a real-life rags-to-riches scenario, Dimension Films has picked up "Pony Bush," a country-club comedy from first-time writer Brandon Murphy.

Danger is no bull for riders profiled in "Rank" (Reuters)
Reuters - John Hyams' documentary examines the sport of professional bull riding, and it's not for the faint of heart. Tracking the efforts of riders competing in the PBR World Champion competition in Las Vegas, "Rank" details the tremendous physical risk that they endure for the sake of staying on a highly dangerous animal for more than eight seconds -- and, of course, for $1 million in prize money.

"Motel" offers finely observed tale of growing pains (Reuters)
Reuters - Indie coming-of-age dramas are not exactly an endangered species, but Michael Kang's debut drama is an admirably intelligent and modest example of the genre.

Warner reaps "Super" box-office "Returns" of $106 mil (Reuters)
Brandon Routh attends the world premiere of 'Superman Returns' at the Mann Village theatre in Los Angeles, June 21, 2006. The sparks were flying at the box-office this Fourth of July holiday as Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Superman Returns' avoided the kryptonite of overhype and muscled its way to an estimated gross of $106 million in its first seven days of release. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - The sparks were flying at the box-office this Fourth of July holiday as Warner Bros. Pictures' "Superman Returns" avoided the kryptonite of overhype and muscled its way to an estimated gross of $106 million in its first seven days of release.


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Franken's personality outshines docu's flaws (Reuters)
Reuters - Well timed to coincide with today's fervent political climate and the president's plunging approval ratings, Nick Doob and Chris Hegedus' cinema verite portrait of satirist and potential political candidate Al Franken should garner significant interest, at least from the left.

"Ira," "Mario" toast of L.A. Film Festival (Reuters)
Reuters - Robert Cary's "Ira & Abby" was recognized with the audience award for best narrative feature at the closing-night ceremonies of the 2006 Los Angeles Film Festival. The audience award for best documentary feature went to Jeff Werner and Susan Koch's "Mario's Story."

"Superman" soars with $20 mil in overseas debut (Reuters)
Cast member actor Brandon Routh attends the world premiere of 'Superman Returns' at the Mann Village theatre in Los Angeles June 21, 2006. The overseas circuit's 2006 second half kicked off in flying form during the weekend as Warner Bros. International's 'Superman Returns' bowed to $20 million from 1,750 screens in just 11 markets. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - The overseas circuit's 2006 second half kicked off in flying form during the weekend as Warner Bros. International's "Superman Returns" bowed to $20 million from 1,750 screens in just 11 markets.


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Crowe, Placido join Venice jury (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S.-based producer-director Cameron Crowe and Italian actor-director Michele Placido are among the international six-person jury for the 63rd Venice Film Festival, organizers announced Monday.

Depp dazzles again in 2nd "Pirates" escapade (Reuters)
Johnny Depp poses for photographs as he arrives for the European premiere of 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' at Leicester Square, central London, July 3, 2006. (Phil Noble/Reuters)Reuters - Like the Disneyland ride that inspired the movie series, "Pirates of the Caribbean:


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Mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson dies (AP)
Trojan hero Aeneas, played by Ben Heppner, sings with Dido, Queen of Carthage, played by Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, in the dress rehearsal for part two of Hector Berlioz's opera 'Les Troyens' at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, in this file photo from Feb. 7, 2003.   Lieberson, an internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano, died Monday July 3, 2006 at her Santa Fe home with her husband, composer Peter Lieberson, at her side, said Richard Gaddes, general director of the Santa Fe Opera. She was 52. (AP Photos/Ed Bailey,File)AP - Internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, whose repertoire ranged from Baroque to the contemporary, has died.


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Etheridge rocks out with rousing celebration of life (Reuters)
Music recording artist Melissa Etheridge is seen in this April 8, 2006 file photo. Once upon a time, Etheridge wanted to be the female Bruce Springsteen. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Once upon a time, Melissa Etheridge wanted to be the female Bruce Springsteen. And for the most part she is, offering uplifting rock anthems while intensely connecting with her audience.


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Cosmic Psychos guitarist Watts, 47, dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Robbie "Rocket" Watts, guitarist for Australian rock act the Cosmic Psychos, died in Melbourne on Saturday morning (July 1), age 47. The cause of death was not immediately known.

Kylie "fell to pieces" when cancer diagnosed (Reuters)
Australian actress and singer Kylie Minogue holds a pen for signing autographs as she arrives for the UK premiere of the animated film 'The Magic Roundabout' at the Vue Leicester Square cinema in London January 30, 2005. Minogue has said she and her family 'fell to pieces' when she learnt she had breast cancer. (Matt Dunham/Reuters)Reuters - Australian pop star Kylie Minogue has said she and her family "fell to pieces" when she learned she had breast cancer.


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Willie Nelson buys hometown church (AP)
AP - Hoping to save a piece of hometown history, Willie Nelson has bought the Methodist church where he honed his musical skills as a boy.

Jailed US music producer pardoned in Dubai: paper (Reuters)
General view of the Dubai Duty Free at the Dubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates April 18, 2006. Hip-hop producer Dallas Austin was granted a pardon on Tuesday hours after a Dubai court sentenced him to four years in jail for possession of narcotics, a local newspaper said. They said Austin was arrested at Dubai airport on May 19 when police found at least 1.26 grams of the drug and other illegal substances in his possession. (Jack Dabaghian/Reuters)Reuters - Hip-hop producer Dallas Austin was granted a pardon on Tuesday hours after a Dubai court sentenced him to four years in jail for possession of narcotics, a local newspaper said.


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Keith Richards to be in 'Pirates' movie (AP)
Keith Richards arrives at the Shanghai airport Thursday April 6, 2006. Johnny Depp said Tuesday, July 4, 2006, that Keith Richards is lined up to play the  father of a pirate in the third installment of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movie series. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)AP - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards is lined up to play the swashbuckling father of a pirate in the third installment of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series, star Johnny Depp said Tuesday.


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Lil' Kim Goes F.R.E.E. (E! Online)
The 
 diminutive rap diva, sentenced to a year in prison after being convicted 
 last year of lying to a federal grand jury about a 2001 shootout, is 
 getting out early on good behavior.E! Online - The diminutive rap diva, sentenced to a year in prison after being convicted last year of lying to a federal grand jury about a 2001 shootout, is getting out early on good behavior.


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Hungary's US ambassador is rocker in disguise (Reuters)
President Bush listens to Hungarian Ambassador to the U.S. Andras Simonyi in Statuary Hall of the Capitol Building, March 15, 2006. Simonyi has taken his passion for rock 'n' roll to a town north of Washington on America's Independence Day and says he hopes to play guitar with rockers in the Bush administration. (Jason Reed/Reuters)Reuters - Hungary's ambassador to the U.S. has taken his passion for rock 'n' roll to a town north of Washington on Independence Day and says he hopes to play guitar with rockers in the Bush administration.


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Man who wrote 'Mama Said' dies at 69 (AP)
AP - Singer and songwriter Willie Denson, perhaps best known for the hit "Mama Said," has died at the age of 69.

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