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'Desperate Housewives' seek Emmy repeat (AP)
The cast of 'Desperate Housewives,' from left, Marcia Cross, Nicollette Sheridan, Felicity Huffman, Teri Hatcher and Eva Longoria pose backstage after accepting the award for best television series musical or comedy at the 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards in this Jan. 16, 2005 file photo, in Beverly Hills, Calif.  While 'Desperate Housewives' and 'Lost' sought to repeat their Emmy Awards dominance, changes to nominations rules gave lower-profile series a new shot at recognition. Bids for the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were to be announced Thursday July 6, 2006. The Emmy Awards are on Aug. 27. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)AP - While "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" sought to repeat their Emmy Awards dominance, changes to nominations rules gave lower-profile series a new shot at recognition.


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`Superman' tops box-office over weekend (AP)
Brandon Routh, the star of  the film 'Superman Returns,' talks to the media prior to the start of the Pepsi 400 auto race,  in Daytona Beach, Fla. Saturday, July 1, 2006. (AP Photo/Darryl Graham)AP - Superman did his part to uphold the American way of moviegoing over the five-day Fourth of July weekend, conquering the box office by selling $76 million worth of tickets from Friday through Tuesday.


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No charges for Limbaugh over Viagra (AP)
This photo, originally provided by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Friday,April 28, 2006, shows conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh. Limbaugh will not face criminal charges in Palm Beach County after authorities found he had a bottle of Viagra that was apparently prescribed to in his doctor's name, prosecutors said Wednesday, July 5, 2006. (AP Photo/Palm Beach Sheriff's Office)AP - Rush Limbaugh will not face charges in Palm Beach County for the bottle of Viagra found in his luggage that was prescribed in his psychologist's name, prosecutors said Wednesday.


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American Idol tour starts without McPhee (AP)
'American Idol' finalist Katherine McPhee, 22, reacts as she visits Notre Dame High School in this Friday, May 12, 2006, file photo taken in the Sherman Oaks area of Los Angeles. McPhee is an alumnus of Notre Dame High School. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - As the young finalists from "American Idols Live" kicked off their U.S. tour Wednesday, word that runner-up Katharine McPhee was sidelined with severe bronchitis and laryngitis disappointed fans.


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'Prada' movie spotlights nasty boss phenom (AP)
In this undated photo provided by 20th Century Fox, shows Meryl Streep, playing Miranda Priestly, a capricious and fear-inspiring fashion editor, in the new film,'The Devil Wears Prada.' Insiders agree that the depiction of scary-boss excess in the film, and even more in the book, is dead-on.  There are scary, capricious bosses in every field, not just the fashion world. Which raises another set of questions: Just why do they get away with it? And should they? (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Barry Wetcher)AP - A famous designer throws a fit and hurls a pair of scissors at his assistant. The ladies room at a top fashion glossy is routinely filled with weeping underlings who've been dressed down. One boss enforces a starvation regime: You can't go out for lunch, but you can't eat at your desk, either.


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Warner Bros. conjures scribe Pabst for thriller "Box" (Reuters)
Reuters - Tom Pabst has been hired to adapt Joe Hill's upcoming novel "Heart-Shaped Box" for Warner Bros. Pictures.

Talk show host to record Marine's song (AP)
AP - A radio talk show host will record and release a song a Marine corporal wrote about killing members of an Iraqi family, a spokesman for the show said Wednesday.

'Desperate Housewives' seek Emmy repeat (AP)
The cast of 'Desperate Housewives,' from left, Marcia Cross, Nicollette Sheridan, Felicity Huffman, Teri Hatcher and Eva Longoria pose backstage after accepting the award for best television series musical or comedy at the 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards in this Jan. 16, 2005 file photo, in Beverly Hills, Calif.  While 'Desperate Housewives' and 'Lost' sought to repeat their Emmy Awards dominance, changes to nominations rules gave lower-profile series a new shot at recognition. Bids for the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were to be announced Thursday July 6, 2006. The Emmy Awards are on Aug. 27. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)AP - While "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" sought to repeat their Emmy Awards dominance, changes to nominations rules gave lower-profile series a new shot at recognition.


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FCC says will reconsider TV shows decency case (Reuters)
Reuters - The Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday asked an appeals court to return a case to the agency so it could reconsider whether some episodes of "The Early Show," "NYPD Blue" and Billboard music award shows violated decency standards.

British import gets lost in translation (Reuters)
Reuters - Bringing "A Chorus of Disapproval" to Los Angeles must have seemed like an attractive proposition. Its behind-the-scenes, play-within-a-play romp was a big success for its author, British playwright Alan Ayckbourn, and its grumblings about Thatcherite policies play as well in the current U.S. corporate environment as they did in 1984 in the U.K.

Warner Bros. conjures scribe Pabst for thriller "Box" (Reuters)
Reuters - Tom Pabst has been hired to adapt Joe Hill's upcoming novel "Heart-Shaped Box" for Warner Bros. Pictures.

DreamWorks lighting "Fire" for Duchovny (Reuters)
Actor David Duchovny is seen at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, April 6, 2005. Duchovny has signed on to star opposite Halle Berry and Benicio Del Toro in DreamWorks' drama 'Things We Lost in the Fire.' (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - David Duchovny has signed on to star opposite Halle Berry and Benicio Del Toro in DreamWorks' drama "Things We Lost in the Fire."


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Sundance Channel titles gets Googled (Reuters)
Reuters - The Sundance Channel has pacted with Google Video to make a slate of its feature films and original series available to rent or own through the video download service.

"Brokeback"ers Corral Academy Invite (E! Online)
A couple of gay ranch hands, the Incredible Hulk and a Jane Austen 
 heroine have finally been given the right to vote.E! Online - A couple of gay ranch hands, the Incredible Hulk and a Jane Austen heroine have finally been given the right to vote.


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"Pirates" reviews mixed ahead of key debut (Reuters)
Johnny Depp (L) and Orlando Bloom are shown in a scene from the new film 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' in this undated publicity photograph. (Peter Mountain/Disney Enterprises/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Widely hyped movie "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" drew mixed reviews on Wednesday ahead of a weekend debut that Hollywood is anxiously awaiting for a boost to its solid but uninspiring summer box office.


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Can "Superman" Really Fly? (E! Online)
Superman Returns has its first $100 million in the bank. 
 But to pull its own weight, its Man of Steel hero is going to need to 
 pull in more dollars. A lot more.E! Online - Superman Returns has its first $100 million in the bank. But to pull its own weight, its Man of Steel hero is going to need to pull in more dollars. A lot more.


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`Superman' tops box-office over weekend (AP)
Brandon Routh, the star of  the film 'Superman Returns,' talks to the media prior to the start of the Pepsi 400 auto race,  in Daytona Beach, Fla. Saturday, July 1, 2006. (AP Photo/Darryl Graham)AP - Superman did his part to uphold the American way of moviegoing over the five-day Fourth of July weekend, conquering the box office by selling $76 million worth of tickets from Friday through Tuesday.


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"Mario's" fight for justice a powerful saga (Reuters)
Reuters - Winner of the audience award for best documentary feature at the recently wrapped Los Angeles Film Festival, "Mario's Story" chronicles the past 10 years in the life of Mario Rocha, a young Angeleno who has been serving consecutive life sentences for a murder he maintains he did not commit.

Neuroses and romance make familiar combo in 'Abby' (Reuters)
Reuters - Actress-writer Jennifer Westfeldt follows up her acclaimed "Kissing Jessica Stein" with the often funny, if familiar, "Ira & Abby," a romantic comedy about love and angst in the Big Apple.

Strained comedy thwarts "Human" touch (Reuters)
Reuters - This wacky Spanish comedy, depicting the chaotic goings-on at a holiday dinner in which a Jewish woman introduces her Palestinian fianco her family, attempts to achieve a Pedro Almodovar level of humor without much success. Degenerating into witless slapstick, including a possible death caused by an errant frozen soup, "Only Human" takes a promising comic premise and reduces it to the lowest common denominator.

Talk show host to record Marine's song (AP)
AP - A radio talk show host will record and release a song a Marine corporal wrote about killing members of an Iraqi family, a spokesman for the show said Wednesday.

American Idol tour starts without McPhee (AP)
'American Idol' finalist Katherine McPhee, 22, reacts as she visits Notre Dame High School in this Friday, May 12, 2006, file photo taken in the Sherman Oaks area of Los Angeles. McPhee is an alumnus of Notre Dame High School. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - As the young finalists from "American Idols Live" kicked off their U.S. tour Wednesday, word that runner-up Katharine McPhee was sidelined with severe bronchitis and laryngitis disappointed fans.


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Faith Hill, Tim McGraw to resume tour (AP)
Faith Hill performs with her husband, Tim McGraw, during the 39th Annual Country Music Association Awards, in this Nov. 15, 2005, file photo, in New York. Louisiana native McGraw and 'Mississippi Girl' Hill, were to resume their summer concert tour in New Orleans on Wednesday night. Proceeds from their tour are being donated to Katrina victims.   (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson/FILE)AP - After a bout with bronchitis, Tim McGraw took the stage Wednesday with wife Faith Hill, resuming their summer concert tour in the Big Easy with all proceeds going to Hurricane Katrina victims.


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Forget the chanting, these Monks rocked (Reuters)
Reuters - The Loyal Order of the Monks convened at REDCAT in the Disney Concert Hall on Saturday for the Don't Knock the Rock Festival's world-premiere screening of "Monks: The Transatlantic Feedback," Dietmar Post and Lucia Palacios' documentary about one of the most intriguing prophetic cult bands of the '60s.

Jury in Michael Jackson suit hears messages (AP)
Marlon Brando is shown as he addresses the audience during Michael Jackson's '30th Anniversary Celebration, The Solo Years' concert in this file photo from September 7, 2001. (Beth A. Keiser/Pool/Reuters)AP - Jurors in a lawsuit against Michael Jackson on Wednesday heard increasingly frantic phone messages that the singer left for a business associate, demanding action on projects including a collaboration with actor Marlon Brando and the release of a charity recording.


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Digital sales fuel record biz in first-half '06 (Reuters)
Reuters - Physical album sales continued to decline in the U.S. during the first six months of 2006, down 4.2 percent in comparison to the same period last year.

Waters, Who entrance Hyde Park crowd (Reuters)
Musician Roger Waters performs at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark July 2, 2006. Waters may have been the intellectual head of the Hard Rock Cafe's Hyde Park Calling festival on Saturday (July 1) night, with a meticulously thunderous set, but the Who were clearly the heart on Sunday night with a warm and raucous performance. (Torben Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - Roger Waters may have been the intellectual head of the Hard Rock Cafe's Hyde Park Calling festival on Saturday (July 1) night, with a meticulously thunderous set, but the Who were clearly the heart on Sunday night with a warm and raucous performance.


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India.Arie Dashes Confessional (E! Online)
A man's confession is apparently no match for a woman's testimony.E! Online - A man's confession is apparently no match for a woman's testimony.


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Carly Simon readies covers album for fall release (Reuters)
Reuters - A veteran interpreter of a wide range of material by other artists, Carly Simon has recorded "Into White," a collection of pop standards and traditional lullabies.

Colvin stretches beyond "Four Walls" (Reuters)
Reuters - Shawn Colvin will ring in the "second half" of her life with the album "These Four Walls," along with a new manager and label.

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