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June Allyson, 'perfect wife,' dies at 88 (AP)
Actors June Allyson, left and Jimmy Stewart, who performed together in 'The Stratton Story' and 'The Glenn Miller Story'  pose together in Cap d'Antibes, France, during the Cannes Film Festival in this May 1985 file photo.  Allyson, the sunny, cracked-voiced 'perfect wife' of James Stewart, Van Johnson and other movie heroes, died Saturday, July 8, 2006, at her home in Ojai, Calif. She was 88.  (AP Photo/Don Mell, File)AP - June Allyson, the sunny, raspy-voiced "perfect wife" of James Stewart, Van Johnson and other movie heroes, has died, her daughter said Monday. She was 88.


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Rimes to have surgery for leg infection (AP)
LeAnn Rimes performs at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn., Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2005. (AP Photo/John Russell, FILE)AP - LeAnn Rimes canceled three concerts this week because she is to undergo surgery for a leg infection, her publicist said Monday.


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Syndicator denies Coulter lifted material (AP)
In this photo released by NBC Universal, host Jay Leno, not seen, speaks with Ann Coulter during taping of 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,' on Wednesday, June 14, 2006, in Burbank, Calif.  The syndicator of Coulter's newspaper columns rejected allegations, Monday, July 10, 2006, that she had lifted material from other sources, saying a review of the work in question turned up nothing that merited concern.   (AP Photo/NBC Universal, Paul Drinkwater, FILE)AP - The syndicator of Ann Coulter's newspaper columns rejected allegations that she had lifted material from other sources, saying a review of the work in question turned up nothing that merited concern.


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'American Idol' rocker Daughtry signs deal (AP)
Contestant Chris Daughtry of McLeansville, N.C., left, performs with Ed Kowalczyk the lead singer of the band 'Live,' during the finale show of American Idol in this Wednesday, May 24, 2006, file photo taken in Los Angeles.  Daughtry was voted off on May 10, 2006.   (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Coming in fourth place on "American Idol" isn't so bad. Chris Daughtry, who was voted off the Fox talent contest's fifth edition in an elimination round, has signed with music mogul Clive Davis in conjunction with 19 Recordings Unlimited, the label managed by "Idol" creator Simon Fuller, RCA Records announced Monday.


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Elizabeth Taylor: 'I enjoy food too much' (AP)
Elizabeth Taylor poses at the British Film and Television Academy/Los Angeles Cunard Britannia Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif in this Nov. 10, 2005 file photo. Taylor, who has been thin and not-so-thin, says in the August issue of Harper's Bazaar, on newsstands July 25 she won't starve herself to be like Hollywood's size-zero starlets. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)AP - Elizabeth Taylor, who has been thin and not-so-thin, says she won't starve herself to be like Hollywood's size-zero starlets.


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Vaughn is on Haggis' "Enemies" list (Reuters)
Reuters - Paul Haggis wants to appoint Vince Vaughn to the post of treasury secretary in his hot-button political drama "Against All Enemies," the film version of Richard Clarke's Washington memoir.

Witness: Assocciate's past angered Jackson (AP)
Businessman F. Marc Schaffel leaves the Santa Monica Superior courthouse Wednesday, June 28, 2006, in Santa Monica, Calif., after jury selection began in his lawsuit against pop singer Michael Jackson.  Schaffel claims the pop star owes him $3.8 million (euro3 million) in royalties, expenses and other debts. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Michael Jackson tried to fire the man he hired to produce a benefit recording for victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks after learning the associate once directed gay porn movies, according to the entertainer's former lawyer.


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Emmys leap into broadband with interactive finalists (Reuters)
Reuters - The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has named the finalists for its 2005-06 Interactive Television Emmys, with this year's competition also recognizing television broadcast content distributed solely over broadband.

Media firms queue up for U.S. wireless auction (Reuters)
Reuters - As U.S. telephone carriers move into the television business, media conglomerates are eyeing ways to grab valuable wireless airwaves as another way to deliver profitable high-speed Internet and other services.

Hart celebrates "Life" with stand at Feinstein's (Reuters)
Reuters - The fall season at the venerable Feinstein's at the Regency starts September 12 with Ashford & Simpson beginning a two-week run; that will be followed by the amazing Kitty Carlisle Hart, who turns 96 on September 3 and three weeks later takes to the Feinstein's stage for a five-night gig she's calling "Here's to Life," which runs September 26-30.

Vaughn is on Haggis' "Enemies" list (Reuters)
Reuters - Paul Haggis wants to appoint Vince Vaughn to the post of treasury secretary in his hot-button political drama "Against All Enemies," the film version of Richard Clarke's Washington memoir.

Liu, Murphy booked as lead "Detectives" (Reuters)
Reuters - Lucy Liu and Cillian Murphy are set to star in the romantic comedy "Watching the Detectives."

BAFTA lauds Eastwood with Kubrick award (Reuters)
Reuters - Clint Eastwood has been named the recipient of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts/Los Angeles' most prestigious film accolade, the Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for Excellence in Film.

Boxoffice treasures galore for record-setting "Pirates" (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 - Johnny Depp and his cast of beautiful mates pillaged the North American boxoffice and took with them a slew of boxoffice records with this weekend's opening of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest."


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Magnolia lines up "Cocaine" rights (Reuters)
Reuters - Magnolia Pictures has nabbed all English-language territory rights to Billy Corben's "Cocaine Cowboys," which chronicles the Miami-based drug trade explosion of the 1980s and its impact on society. The documentary hits theaters in the fall.

Actress June Allyson dies at 88 (Reuters)
Actress June Allyson arrives for funeral of actor James Stewart at the Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church in this July 7, 1997 file photo. Allyson, who starred with Stewart in 'The Glenn Miller Story' died at her home in Ojai, California, July 8, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Files/Reuters)Reuters - June Allyson, the stage, film and television actress best known for her girl-next-door charm and winsomely husky voice in such 1940s MGM classics as "Good News" and "Little Women," has died at age 88, her husband said on Monday.


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


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Greenaway explores Rembrandt's life, work (Reuters)
The world famous painting De Nachtwacht by Rembrandt van Rijn is taken from the wall in this December 1, 2003 file photo. If you look closely at 'The Nightwatch,' the most famous painting of Rembrandt, a shot is being fired in the background. (Michael Kooren/Reuters)Reuters - If you look closely at "The Nightwatch," the most famous painting of Rembrandt van Rijn, a shot is being fired in the background.


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Venice, Rome festivals unite for filmmaker tributes (Reuters)
Reuters - The Venice International Film Festival on Monday announced a tie-in with its potential rival, the RomeCinemaFest.

'Pirates' sets record with $135.6M weekend (AP)
Dulce Casados helps her son, Diego Casados, 6, with his pirate costume while waiting in line to watch the movie 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest'  Monday, 10 July , 2006, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. With the commercial triumph of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movies, Johnny Depp has gone from weird-movie box-office poison to box-office king, all without compromising his idiosyncratic integrity. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" took in a record $135.6 million over the weekend, as moviegoers flocked to see Johnny Depp's return as the swashbuckling Jack Sparrow in the Disney sequel.


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Witness: Assocciate's past angered Jackson (AP)
Businessman F. Marc Schaffel leaves the Santa Monica Superior courthouse Wednesday, June 28, 2006, in Santa Monica, Calif., after jury selection began in his lawsuit against pop singer Michael Jackson.  Schaffel claims the pop star owes him $3.8 million (euro3 million) in royalties, expenses and other debts. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Michael Jackson tried to fire the man he hired to produce a benefit recording for victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks after learning the associate once directed gay porn movies, according to the entertainer's former lawyer.


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Rimes to have surgery for leg infection (AP)
LeAnn Rimes performs at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn., Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2005. (AP Photo/John Russell, FILE)AP - LeAnn Rimes canceled three concerts this week because she is to undergo surgery for a leg infection, her publicist said Monday.


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Blige keeping it simple on summer tour (Reuters)
R and B artist Mary J. Blige accepts the award for best female R and B artist at the 2006 BET Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, June 27, 2006. Blige may be the best source for what the shows on her Breakthrough Experience tour will be like. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Mary J. Blige may be the best source for what the shows on her Breakthrough Experience tour will be like. But don't expect to break through her desire to keep things secret until the tour opens Friday (July 14) in Maryland Heights, Mo.


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Lachey announces 'What's Left of Me' tour (AP)
Nick Lachey sings on the NBC 'Today' show in New York's Rockefeller Center, in this Monday July 3, 2006 file photo. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Now that Nick Lachey's new solo album is a hit, he's ready to go on the road. Lachey, 32, will tour this fall in support of "What's Left of Me," which debuted at No. 2 on Billboard's album chart in May and has sold more than 500,000 copies, Jive Records announced Monday.


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Wreckers build upon girl-next-door charm (Reuters)
Reuters - The Wreckers are Dixie Chicks lite, more toe-tapping than foot-stomping and most certainly apolitical. The duo, comprising Michelle Branch and her best friend and former backup singer, Jessica Harp, brought its country-pop confessionals to the House of Blues in Anaheim on Sunday night for a generally mellow yet thoroughly charming performance.

Nick Lachey's Solo Outing (E! Online)
Just two weeks after the courts officially uncoupled him from 
 Jessica Simpson, Nick Lachey is ready to hit the road.E! Online - Just two weeks after the courts officially uncoupled him from Jessica Simpson, Nick Lachey is ready to hit the road.


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Pearl Jam rocks out like it's Saturday night (Reuters)
Lead singer Eddie Vedder of the U.S. band 'Pearl Jam' performs at the Air Canada Centre to kick-off the band's latest tour in Toronto, May 9, 2006. (Reuters)Reuters - It was billed as a Pearl Jam concert, but perhaps it should have been called "Sing-Along With Ed."


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'American Idol' rocker Daughtry signs deal (AP)
Contestant Chris Daughtry of McLeansville, N.C., left, performs with Ed Kowalczyk the lead singer of the band 'Live,' during the finale show of American Idol in this Wednesday, May 24, 2006, file photo taken in Los Angeles.  Daughtry was voted off on May 10, 2006.   (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Coming in fourth place on "American Idol" isn't so bad. Chris Daughtry, who was voted off the Fox talent contest's fifth edition in an elimination round, has signed with music mogul Clive Davis in conjunction with 19 Recordings Unlimited, the label managed by "Idol" creator Simon Fuller, RCA Records announced Monday.


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Killers' sophomore album due in October (Reuters)
Reuters - The Killers will return September 18 with "When You Were Young," the first single from their highly anticipated sophomore album, which is still untitled.

Commodores member Milan Williams dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Milan Williams, a founding member of the Commodores, died Sunday (July 9) at MD Anderson Hospital in Houston after a bout with cancer. He was 58.

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