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'Pirates' hauls in $132M in record debut (AP)
U.S. actor Johnny Depp, center, U.S. film producer Jerry Bruckheimer, left, and British actor Orlando Bloom attend the screening for the French premiere of their latest movie 'Pirates of the Caribean: Dead Man's Chest,' in Paris, Thursday July 6, 2006.  (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)AP - Johnny Depp's boozy, woozy buccaneer Jack Sparrow has plundered the box office, with "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" taking in a record $132 million in its first three days, according to studio estimates Sunday.


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Old garage band rocks into retirement age (AP)
The Invictas' Herb Gross, left, Bruce Hickey, and Jim Kohl, right, play their guitars during a performance at the California Brew Haus in Rochester, N.Y., on Friday, June 2, 2006. Members of the band, whose heyday was the 1960s, are rocking into retirement.  (AP Photo/Don Heupel)AP - In a dim bar on a cramped stage, the Invictas are getting ready to rock.


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Royal Opera House rehires American soprano (AP)
Deborah Voigt performs in New York in this May 20, 2006, file photo. The American soprano, fired by the Royal Opera House because of her weight, has been rehired after undergoing stomach surgery and losing 135 pounds, her spokeswoman and the prestigious theater said. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - An American soprano fired by the Royal Opera House because of her weight has been rehired after undergoing stomach surgery and losing 135 pounds, her spokeswoman and the prestigious theater said Sunday.


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Brokaw joins fight against global warming (AP)
Host Tom Brokaw stands in Montana's Glacier National Park during an on-location interview for the Discovery Channel special, 'Global Warming: What You Need to Know,' which premieres Sunday, July 16, 2006. (AP Photo/Discovery Channel, Gary Benson)AP - Tom Brokaw is giving Al Gore some company in the effort to raise awareness of global warming. The former NBC anchorman is host of "Global Warming: What You Need to Know," which doubles as an explainer and call to action for average Americans. It premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. on the Discovery Channel.


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Nielsen and hubby No. 5 make it legal (AP)
Brigitte Nielsen arrives at VH1 Big in '04 at The Shrine Auditorium in this Dec. 1, 2004 file photo, in Los Angeles. The model and actress married her fifth husband, Mattia Dessi, on Saturday, July 8, 2006, 17 months after a ceremony that wasn't legal because she hadn't finished divorcing No. 4, People magazine reported on its Web site.  (AP Photo/Luis Martinez, File)AP - Brigitte Nielsen can call it legal now. The model and actress married her fifth husband, Mattia Dessi, on Saturday — 17 months after a ceremony that wasn't legal because she hadn't finished divorcing No. 4, People magazine reported on its Web site.


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"Happy Days" for Zwigoff on Depp film (Reuters)
Reuters - Terry Zwigoff ("Bad Santa") will direct an adaptation of the French novel "Happy Days" for current box office champ Johnny Depp's production company.

Old garage band rocks into retirement age (AP)
The Invictas' Herb Gross, left, Bruce Hickey, and Jim Kohl, right, play their guitars during a performance at the California Brew Haus in Rochester, N.Y., on Friday, June 2, 2006. Members of the band, whose heyday was the 1960s, are rocking into retirement.  (AP Photo/Don Heupel)AP - In a dim bar on a cramped stage, the Invictas are getting ready to rock.


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Disney Channel orders "Sprites," "Clubhouse" (Reuters)
Reuters - Disney Channel has ordered a half-hour version of the short-form series "Johnny & the Sprites," and a second season of "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" for Playhouse Disney, the cable network's learning-focused daily programming block aimed at preschoolers.

'Pirates' hauls in $132M in record debut (AP)
U.S. actor Johnny Depp, center, U.S. film producer Jerry Bruckheimer, left, and British actor Orlando Bloom attend the screening for the French premiere of their latest movie 'Pirates of the Caribean: Dead Man's Chest,' in Paris, Thursday July 6, 2006.  (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)AP - Johnny Depp's boozy, woozy buccaneer Jack Sparrow has plundered the box office, with "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" taking in a record $132 million in its first three days, according to studio estimates Sunday.


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Hal Linden to Play Evolution Theorist in Bay Street's 'Darwin in Malibu' (Playbill)
Playbill - The Bay Street Theatre's production of Darwin in Malibu has its Darwin. Hal Linden will play the author of "The Origin of Species" in the Crispin Whittell comedy, set to run Aug. 15-Sept. 3 at the Long Island theatre.

Leguizamo, Gibson on "The Take" (Reuters)
Reuters - John Leguizamo and Tyrese Gibson will star in the indie revenge saga "The Take."

"Happy Days" for Zwigoff on Depp film (Reuters)
Reuters - Terry Zwigoff ("Bad Santa") will direct an adaptation of the French novel "Happy Days" for current box office champ Johnny Depp's production company.

'Pirates' hauls in $132M in record debut (AP)
U.S. actor Johnny Depp, center, U.S. film producer Jerry Bruckheimer, left, and British actor Orlando Bloom attend the screening for the French premiere of their latest movie 'Pirates of the Caribean: Dead Man's Chest,' in Paris, Thursday July 6, 2006.  (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)AP - Johnny Depp's boozy, woozy buccaneer Jack Sparrow has plundered the box office, with "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" taking in a record $132 million in its first three days, according to studio estimates Sunday.


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German filmmaker tackles another Nazi comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Berlin filmmaker Dani Levy, currently wrapping production on the Adolf Hitler comedy "Mein Fuehrer," will take another wry look at the Nazi era for his next project.

No safe haven for "Pirates" in China (Reuters)
Reuters - China's censors have rejected worldwide box office champ "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" due to violent and supernatural content, local media reported.

"Pirates" in ship shape at foreign box office (Reuters)
Reuters - Captain Jack Sparrow and his accomplices made off with $46.6 million in just seven foreign markets for "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest," easily securing the No. 1 spot at the weekend box office.

Hollywood wins legal fight against sanitized DVDs (Reuters)
Reuters - A federal judge in Colorado has handed the entertainment industry a big win in its protracted legal battle against a handful of small companies that offer sanitized versions of theatrical releases on DVD.

Nielsen reportedly marries hubby No. 5 (AP)
Brigitte Nielsen arrives at VH1 Big in '04 at The Shrine Auditorium in this Dec. 1, 2004 file photo, in Los Angeles. The model and actress married her fifth husband, Mattia Dessi, on Saturday, July 8, 2006, 17 months after a ceremony that wasn't legal because she hadn't finished divorcing No. 4, People magazine reported on its Web site.  (AP Photo/Luis Martinez, File)AP - Brigitte Nielsen can call it legal now. The model and actress married her fifth husband, Mattia Dessi, on Saturday — 17 months after a ceremony that wasn't legal because she hadn't finished divorcing No. 4, People magazine reported on its Web site.


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"Pirates" plunders box office (Reuters)
Johnny Depp as 'Captain Jack Sparrow' in a scene from 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.' (Peter Mountain/Disney Enterprises/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" raked in a lot of doubloons at North American theaters over the weekend, making a record $132 million in its first three days, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday.


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"Pirates" Fills Record Treasure Chest (E! Online)
E! Online - Hey, ho, me hearties! It was a pirate's life for everyone this weekend.

Old garage band rocks into retirement age (AP)
The Invictas' Herb Gross, left, Bruce Hickey, and Jim Kohl, right, play their guitars during a performance at the California Brew Haus in Rochester, N.Y., on Friday, June 2, 2006. Members of the band, whose heyday was the 1960s, are rocking into retirement.  (AP Photo/Don Heupel)AP - In a dim bar on a cramped stage, the Invictas are getting ready to rock.


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Royal Opera House rehires American soprano (AP)
Deborah Voigt performs in New York in this May 20, 2006, file photo. The American soprano, fired by the Royal Opera House because of her weight, has been rehired after undergoing stomach surgery and losing 135 pounds, her spokeswoman and the prestigious theater said. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - An American soprano fired by the Royal Opera House because of her weight has been rehired after undergoing stomach surgery and losing 135 pounds, her spokeswoman and the prestigious theater said Sunday.


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Warped Tour sharpens metal edge during LA stop (Reuters)
Reuters - The Vans Warped Tour has become a trustworthy institution -- a touring punk rock carnival filled with ample doses of flailing fun, political ranting and a chance for fans to meet their heroes at the dozens of band booths on the midway. And thanks to savvy corporate sponsorship, the $30 concert ticket is a true value.

Ozzfest a celebration for rock, metal fans (Reuters)
Reuters - With the mercury topping 100 degrees by 11 a.m. Saturday, many were wondering just how well Ozzy Osbourne would hold up in his midday set headlining the Ozzfest second stage. But Osbourne proved as spirited as the nearly 25,000 on hand at San Bernardino's Hyundai Pavilion when his namesake festival rolled through Southern California.

Linda Ronstadt phones it in at Los Angeles show (Reuters)
Reuters - It's a bit disconcerting to remember a now-classic 28-year-old album cover featuring a very sexy Linda Ronstadt in roller skates and short shorts, only to have her remind the audience that her 60th birthday arrives this month.

Billboard album reviews: Soul Asylum, Venus Hum (Reuters)
Reuters - Soul Asylum gave us the big "I Love the '90s" set piece "Runaway Train," even performing it at President Bill Clinton's first inauguration, only to disappear soon after.

New Tharp production showcases Dylan songs (AP)
Twyla Tharp poses in the press room during the 2005 CFDA Fashion Awards sponsored by Swarovski, held at the New York Public Library, in this June 6, 2005 file photo, in New York. Tharp took on the music of Billy Joel and created 'Movin' Out,' which ran for more than three years on Broadway.  Now the director-choreographer has turned to another pop superstar, Bob Dylan, for her next project - 'The Times They Are A-Changin'.' The musical, a coming-of-age story set in a circus, opens Oct. 26, 2006, at Broadway's Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Preview performances begin Sept. 25, 2006. (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock, File)AP - Twyla Tharp took on the music of Billy Joel and created "Movin' Out," which ran for more than three years on Broadway. Now the director-choreographer has turned to another pop superstar, Bob Dylan, for her next project — "The Times They Are A-Changin'." The musical, a coming-of-age story set in a circus, opens Oct. 26 at Broadway's Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Preview performances begin Sept. 25.


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Mercury label co-founders were agents of change (Reuters)
Reuters - But Green and Talmadge, who co-founded Mercury Records in 1944 with Berle Adams, were agents of change in their day, creating new opportunities for black artists and developing new ways to promote records.

"Superman" composer Ottman wears 2 hats (Reuters)
Brandon Routh in 'Superman Returns' from Warner Bros. Pictures. Superman may be faster than a speeding bullet, but he has nothing on John Ottman. The composer not only wrote two hours of music for the film, but he also edited the Bryan Singer-directed summer blockbuster, which opened June 28. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Superman may be faster than a speeding bullet, but he has nothing on John Ottman. The composer not only wrote two hours of music for "Superman Returns," but he also edited the Bryan Singer-directed summer blockbuster, which opened June 28.


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Marley brothers to top Roots, Rock, Reggae bill (Reuters)
Ziggy Marley performs in font of tens of thousands Ethiopian people gathered at Meskel Square in the capital Addis Ababa. Brothers Stephen and Ziggy Marley will reunite next month as co-headliners for the second Bob Marley Roots, Rock, Reggae Festival. (Antony Njuguna/Reuters)Reuters - Brothers Stephen and Ziggy Marley will reunite next month as co-headliners for the second Bob Marley Roots, Rock, Reggae (RRR) Festival.


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