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Charges dropped against celeb photographer (AP)
Angelina Jolie visits Port au Prince, Haiti, on, Jan. 13, 2006. Jolie voiced a femme fatale fish in 2004's animated 'Shark Tale.' Now, she'll portray a martial-arts master in the computer-animated comedy 'Kung Fu Panda,' DreamWorks Animation SKG said in a statement Monday, July 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)AP - Prosecutors will not file trespassing charges against a photographer arrested outside a Malibu preschool that Angelina Jolie's adopted son was attending.


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Sex offender credited on children's CD (AP)
A cover of the 'Wings of Life,' a new, state-sponsored compact disc for children recorded by Ohio prison inmates, is shown Wednesday, July 12, 2006, in Columbus, Ohio. The CD which features songs and poems by murderers, robbers and kidnappers contains lullabies for newborns, sing-along songs for toddlers and parenting tips. Many songs are childhood classics such as 'This Old Man,' while some were composed by the inmates. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)AP - Officials are distancing themselves from a state-sponsored CD of children's songs recorded by prison inmates after it was revealed a child sex offender helped put it together.


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Daughtry: 4th place on 'Idol' not so bad (AP)
Contestant Chris Daughtry of McLeansville, N.C., performs during the finale of 'American Idol' television talent competition on   May 24, 2006, in Los Angeles.  Daughtry was voted off on May 10, 2006 and wound up coming in fourth. 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, July 10, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - While still surprised by his early exit from "American Idol," Chris Daughtry said Wednesday his fourth-place finish might be better than winning the show's grand prize.


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'South Park' Scientology episode to re-air (AP)
This handout photo provided by Comedy Central, shows the characters of 'South Park.'  'Trapped in the Closet,' the controversial 'South Park' episode that skewers Scientology and its popular proponent Tom Cruise, is hitting the airwaves again. Comedy Central plans to air the Emmy-nominated episode on July 19. It was last scheduled to rerun in March but was abruptly pulled by the network.   (AP Photo/Comedy Central, FILE, HO)AP - "Trapped in the Closet," the controversial "South Park" episode that skewers Scientology and its popular proponent Tom Cruise, is hitting the airwaves again.


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Ex-friends to live another 'Simple Life' (AP)
In this file photo originally released by E! Entertainment, Nicole Richie, left, and Paris Hilton,background, are seen in a coffee shop during the first day of filming for 'The Simple Life: Till Death Do Us Part,' on Feb. 27, 2006, in Los Angeles. The cable outlet will air a fifth season of the reality-style series, which shows the tabloid-ready celebutantes thrown into everyday situations with real people, the company announced Tuesday, July 11, 2006. (AP Photo/E! Entertainment, Brandon Hickman)AP - Fans of "The Simple Life" will be seeing more of ex-friends Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie. E! Entertainment Television will air a fifth season of the reality-style series, which shows the tabloid-ready celebutantes thrown into everyday situations with real people, the network announced Tuesday.


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Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Intrepid Pictures has purchased Dave Kalstein's novel "Prodigy" and hired him to adapt the sci-fi thriller into a screenplay, with production targeted for next year.

Sex offender credited on children's CD (AP)
A cover of the 'Wings of Life,' a new, state-sponsored compact disc for children recorded by Ohio prison inmates, is shown Wednesday, July 12, 2006, in Columbus, Ohio. The CD which features songs and poems by murderers, robbers and kidnappers contains lullabies for newborns, sing-along songs for toddlers and parenting tips. Many songs are childhood classics such as 'This Old Man,' while some were composed by the inmates. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)AP - Officials are distancing themselves from a state-sponsored CD of children's songs recorded by prison inmates after it was revealed a child sex offender helped put it together.


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Comedy Central has mind for more Mencia (Reuters)
Reuters - Comedy Central has ordered a third season of "Mind of Mencia."

EU court annuls approval of 2004 Sony BMG deal (Reuters)
Chris Martin of the EMI-signed band Coldplay performs in Singapore July 10, 2006 . (Tim Chong/Reuters)Reuters - A European court annulled on Thursday the European Union's approval of a 2004 merger between Sony Music and BMG, leaving the world's second biggest music company in a state of limbo.


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McKechnie Returns to Michigan Roots to Play 'Gypsy in My Soul' Benefit at Meadow Brook Theatre (Playbill)
Playbill - Hometown girl Donna McKechnie, who spent formative years in suburban Detroit, will make a special benefit appearance at the major resident theatre there, Meadow Brook Theatre.

Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Intrepid Pictures has purchased Dave Kalstein's novel "Prodigy" and hired him to adapt the sci-fi thriller into a screenplay, with production targeted for next year.

Perabo faces apocalypse in new thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Piper Perabo has joined the cast of an untitled post-apocalyptic thriller.

New Edward Burns comedy his best yet (Reuters)
Reuters - The early promise in actor-filmmaker Edward Burns' 1995 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner, the family comedy-drama "The Brothers McMullen" -- a promise long delayed by fitful and often failed attempts to mine similar terrain -- finally bears fruit in "The Groomsmen," his best film yet.

"Launch" DVD stays on No. 1 pad; "Pirates" growl (Reuters)
Reuters - The Matthew McConaughey romantic comedy "Failure to Launch" led the national video sales and rental charts for a second week, according to data issued Wednesday.

Jolie to play widow of journalist Daniel Pearl (Reuters)
Angelina Jolie smiles as she leaves a restaurant in Davos, Switzerland, January 26, 2006. Jolie will star in a movie as the widow of murdered Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, trade paper Daily Variety reported in its Thursday edition. (Pascal Lauener/Reuters)Reuters - Actress Angelina Jolie will star in a movie as the widow of murdered Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, trade paper Daily Variety reported in its Thursday edition.


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Filmmaker Doueiri hatches "Attack" plan (Reuters)
Reuters - Lebanese-born filmmaker Ziad Doueiri is attached to direct "The Attack," a thriller about an Arab surgeon in Tel Aviv who learns a devastating secret about his wife's involvement in a suicide bombing.

"Shrek" sequel adds Amy Sedaris, Eric Idle to cast (Reuters)
Mike Myers stands next to Shrek in a publicity photo. DreamWorks Animation has cast a small mediaeval kingdom's worth of fairy tale characters who will appear in 'Shrek the Third.' The next instalment of the smelly ogre's saga, set for release next year, is set to star an elite, ninja-like strike force of fairy tale princesses voiced by Amy Sedaris as Cinderella, Amy Poehler as Snow White, Maya Rudolph as Rapunzel and Cheri Oteri as Sleeping Beauty. (PRNewsFoto/DreamWorks Animation/Reuters)Reuters - DreamWorks Animation has cast a small medieval kingdom's worth of fairy tale characters who will appear in "Shrek the Third."


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Armstrong, Sorenstam ESPY's top athletes (AP)
Show host Lane Armstrong watches himself compete in a Tour de France during taping of the 2006 ESPY Awards in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles Wednesday, July 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - Lance Armstrong cracked risque jokes as the first athlete to host the ESPY Awards, then picked up his fourth consecutive male athlete of the year trophy Wednesday night.


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No "Pirates" Life in Dominica (E! Online)
Dominica may have been doing better when it was overrun by 
 pirates.E! Online - Dominica may have been doing better when it was overrun by pirates.


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Uma Thurman refuses to criticize ex-husband (AP)
Actress Uma Thurman poses at a New York hotel on Monday,July 10, 2006. The actress, currently promoting her new film, 'My Super Ex-Girlfriend,'  says she's 'just another American woman who was in an unfulfilled marriage that fell apart,' but refuses to throw any dishy darts at ex-husband Ethan Hawke, in an interview in  Parade magazine's  July 16 issue.(AP Photo/ Jim Cooper)AP - Like many women, Uma Thurman often feels torn between her family and career.


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Sex offender credited on children's CD (AP)
A cover of the 'Wings of Life,' a new, state-sponsored compact disc for children recorded by Ohio prison inmates, is shown Wednesday, July 12, 2006, in Columbus, Ohio. The CD which features songs and poems by murderers, robbers and kidnappers contains lullabies for newborns, sing-along songs for toddlers and parenting tips. Many songs are childhood classics such as 'This Old Man,' while some were composed by the inmates. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)AP - Officials are distancing themselves from a state-sponsored CD of children's songs recorded by prison inmates after it was revealed a child sex offender helped put it together.


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LA's Rockers film fest expands musical horizons (Reuters)
Two chariots race towards the finish line on Hollywood Boulevard in front of the Egyptian Theater in a file photo. When the Mods  and  Rockers Film Festival hits the American Cinematheque at Hollywood's Egyptian Theater and Santa Monica's Aero Theater for its annual outing, it will sport a slightly different slant. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - When the Mods & Rockers Film Festival hits the American Cinematheque at Hollywood's Egyptian Theater and Santa Monica's Aero Theater for its annual outing, it will sport a slightly different slant.


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Soul Asylum hit the road with new lineup, album (Reuters)
Reuters - There were moments during Soul Asylum's 95-minute set Tuesday at the Troubadour when it seemed as if the once hard-rocking band had returned from oblivion as middle-of-the-road heartland rockers. Singer Dave Pirner, known for his ratty long hair, ripped jeans and low-slung guitar, was relatively well-kept, with shorter hair, and he played acoustic guitar as much as electric.

Springsteen heads to Europe, expands new album (Reuters)
Reuters - Bruce Springsteen will bring his Seeger Sessions band with to Europe for a fall tour top romote his album "We Shall Overcome," a tribute to folk icon Pete Seeger.

Killers' second album due in October (Reuters)
Reuters - Las Vegas rock band the Killers will return September 18 with "When You Were Young," the first single from their second album, "Sam's Town."

Former Queens principal revs up Mondo Generator (Reuters)
Reuters - Former Queens of the Stone Age singer/bassist Nick Oliveri has teamed up with several friends for his first full-length release since his bitter exit from the California band in early 2004.

Prince shuts down online music site (Reuters)
Reuters - After five years, Prince's NPG Music Club online site is being shut down. According to a statement released to NPG members, the music club has maximized its potential.

Armstrong, Sorenstam ESPY's top athletes (AP)
Show host Lane Armstrong watches himself compete in a Tour de France during taping of the 2006 ESPY Awards in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles Wednesday, July 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - Lance Armstrong cracked risque jokes as the first athlete to host the ESPY Awards, then picked up his fourth consecutive male athlete of the year trophy Wednesday night.


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Daughtry: 4th place on 'Idol' not so bad (AP)
Contestant Chris Daughtry of McLeansville, N.C., performs during the finale of 'American Idol' television talent competition on   May 24, 2006, in Los Angeles.  Daughtry was voted off on May 10, 2006 and wound up coming in fourth. 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, July 10, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - While still surprised by his early exit from "American Idol," Chris Daughtry said Wednesday his fourth-place finish might be better than winning the show's grand prize.


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Prince Site Fades to Black (E! Online)
Not because of Chaos and Disorder but because it has 
 'gone as far as it can go,' Prince has shut down his pioneering website, 
 NPGMusicClub.com.E! Online - Not because of Chaos and Disorder but because it has "gone as far as it can go," Prince has shut down his pioneering website, NPGMusicClub.com.


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