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Date with Jessica Biel to be auctioned (AP)
Actress Jessica Biel smiles as she arrives for the premiere of the movie 'Stealth,' in Coronado, Calif., Sunday, July 17, 2005.  (AP Photo/Denis Poroy, FILE)AP - A date with Esquire's "The Sexiest Woman Alive" and "7th Heaven" star Jessica Biel will be up for bid next week to help raise money for a teenager who lost her leg in a prom night limousine accident, Denver newspapers reported this week.


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Jackson jury reaches split decision (AP)
Michael Jackson arrives at the Santa Barbara County courthouse in this April 27, 2005, file photo in Santa Maria, Calif.  (AP Photo/Michael Mariant, file)AP - In a split decision Friday, a civil court jury awarded a former Michael Jackson adviser $900,000 — far less than he claimed in the money dispute — and awarded the pop star $200,000 in his cross-complaint.


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Pitt still shocked by Katrina devastation (AP)
Actor Brad Pitt laughs at a news conference in New Orleans on Friday, July 14, 2006. Pitt is in New Orleans for the first time since Hurricane Katrina to encourage environmentally  friendly rebuilding in some of the hardest hit areas.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - After two days of getting his first up-close look at post-Katrina New Orleans, Brad Pitt said Friday he was shocked at the devastation that remains almost a year later.


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Cameron, Haggis guest star on 'Entourage' (AP)
James Cameron, director of hit movies 'The Terminator' and 'Titanic,' poses for a portrait after an interview in this March 31, 2003 file photo, at Universal Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.  Oscar winners James Cameron and Paul Haggis had definite ideas about how they wanted to play themselves on 'Entourage.'  In the HBO series about behind-the-scenes Hollywood, Cameron directed a fictional big-budget titled 'Aquaman,' starring upcoming actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier).   'Mr. Cameron didn't want `Aquaman' to bomb, which, fortunately, we figured out a way to make sure that didn't happen,' executive producer Doug Ellin said at the Television Critics Association's summer meeting this week.   (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, FILE)AP - Oscar winners James Cameron and Paul Haggis had definite ideas about how they wanted to play themselves on "Entourage."


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'South Park' makers fear 'Tom Cruise stink' (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 - "South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker knew they might anger Isaac Hayes with an episode mocking his Scientology religion, but decided to do it anyway.


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Outkast casts wide net with album, movie (Reuters)
Reuters - OutKast duo Antwan Patton and Andre Benjamin are sitting in a suite at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills picking at pancakes. They need to figure out the track listing for their upcoming soundtrack album, the companion to the film "Idlewild," in which they co-star.

Outkast casts wide net with album, movie (Reuters)
Reuters - OutKast duo Antwan Patton and Andre Benjamin are sitting in a suite at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills picking at pancakes. They need to figure out the track listing for their upcoming soundtrack album, the companion to the film "Idlewild," in which they co-star.

Cameron, Haggis guest star on 'Entourage' (AP)
James Cameron, director of hit movies 'The Terminator' and 'Titanic,' poses for a portrait after an interview in this March 31, 2003 file photo, at Universal Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.  Oscar winners James Cameron and Paul Haggis had definite ideas about how they wanted to play themselves on 'Entourage.'  In the HBO series about behind-the-scenes Hollywood, Cameron directed a fictional big-budget titled 'Aquaman,' starring upcoming actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier).   'Mr. Cameron didn't want `Aquaman' to bomb, which, fortunately, we figured out a way to make sure that didn't happen,' executive producer Doug Ellin said at the Television Critics Association's summer meeting this week.   (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, FILE)AP - Oscar winners James Cameron and Paul Haggis had definite ideas about how they wanted to play themselves on "Entourage."


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Sony BMG promotes its Latin catalogs (Reuters)
Reuters - While "Los Rompediscotekas" by Hector "El Father" debuted at No. 1 on the Top Latin Albums chart, the dark horse for the week ending July 9 was Emmanuel with "Las Historias de Toda La Vida."

Donna Lynne Champlin Will Fly with 'The Lawnchair Man' at NYMF (Playbill)
Playbill - Donna Lynne Champlin, who is currently playing the accordion, keyboard and flute on Broadway as the devious barber Pirelli in Sweeney Todd, will appear in the New York City premiere of Flight of the Lawnchair Man at New York Musical Theatre Festival, Sept. 13 to 18.

Outkast casts wide net with album, movie (Reuters)
Reuters - OutKast duo Antwan Patton and Andre Benjamin are sitting in a suite at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills picking at pancakes. They need to figure out the track listing for their upcoming soundtrack album, the companion to the film "Idlewild," in which they co-star.

"Crash" Producers Tangle in Court Again (E! Online)
Proving 
 that an Academy Award doesn't guarantee happiness, the producers of this 
 year's Best Picture Oscar winner are at it again.E! Online - Proving that an Academy Award doesn't guarantee happiness, the producers of this year's Best Picture Oscar winner are at it again.


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Screenwriter: 'Pirates' pillaged my work (AP)
AP - A screenwriter filed a lawsuit claiming Walt Disney Co. and others behind the 2003 blockbuster movie "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" pillaged drawings and characters he had created for an earlier project about supernatural swashbucklers.

Timberlake Film Fizzles (E! Online)
Where is the love for Justin Timberlake's dramatic acting debut?E! Online - Where is the love for Justin Timberlake's dramatic acting debut?


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Lee offers his take on Hurricane Katrina (AP)
Director Spike Lee talks about his documentary 'When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts,' which presents a  portrait of New Orleans and how the Crescent City faced Hurricane Katrina, Wednesday, July 12, 2006, during the HBO Cable Press Tour at the Television Critics Association in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Spike Lee was at the Venice Film Festival in Italy watching on television as Hurricane Katrina tore through New Orleans last August.


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Mel Gibson said to offer aid to Mexico poor (AP)
Actor-director Mel Gibson laughs during a news conference in Seattle, Wash., in this Thursday, May 18, 1995 file photo.   (AP Photo/Dave Weaver)AP - Mel Gibson, about to wrap up the filming of his Mayan epic, "Apocalypto," in the jungles of Mexico's Veracruz state, is donating money to build houses for poor people in the region.


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Kate Hudson has house `pest' in new film (AP)
Kate Hudson is interviewed on NBC's 'Today Show' television show Wednesday, July 12, 2006, in New York.  She's promoting her new film, ' You, Me and Dupree.'(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)AP - Kate Hudson knows when you're married to a rocker like she is, you have to expect the party will be at your house. And that's fine with her.


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Mr. T sheds gold after Katrina destruction (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Mr. T of the 'A Team' arrives at NBC's 75th anniversary celebration, Sunday, May 5, 2002, at New York's Rockefeller Center.(AP Photo/Ron Frehm, FILE)AP - Mr. T has given himself a makeover. The former television action star shed the piles of gold chains that were his signature look after witnessing the destruction from Hurricane Katrina.


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Titanic's artifacts shown in San Francisco (AP)
Dozens of au gratin dishes are exhibited as they were found during one of RMS Titanic Inc.'s expeditions to the Titanic debris field at 'Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition' at the Metreon in San Francisco in this Tuesday, June 13, 2006 file photo. The exhibit features more than 300 authentic artifacts from the luxury liner that sank April 15, 1912. The dishes were still crated aboard Titanic, but once on the ocean floor, the wooden crate was eaten away by micro-organisms, leaving the dishes in near-perfect condition and well-organized rows.(AP Photo/Eric Risberg)AP - Wistful music plays in a darkened room as visitors file past glass cases displaying the detritus of tragedy past.


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Filmmakers see Jesse James Hollywood files (AP)
Murder suspect Jesse James Hollywood, in white shirt, is brought into the Santa Barbara County Jail, in Santa Barbara, Calif., by a law enforcement officer while a cameraman from the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department records the arrival in this Thursday, March 10, 2005, file photo. Hollywood was on the FBI's most-wanted list for allegedly masterminding a plot to kidnap 15-year-old Nicholas Markowitz and drive him to Santa Barbara, where he was shot and buried in a camping area. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - Defense lawyers for a man accused of murder argued the Santa Barbara County district attorney's office should be removed from the case after a prosecutor shared confidential files with the producers of an upcoming movie.


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Outkast casts wide net with album, movie (Reuters)
Reuters - OutKast duo Antwan Patton and Andre Benjamin are sitting in a suite at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills picking at pancakes. They need to figure out the track listing for their upcoming soundtrack album, the companion to the film "Idlewild," in which they co-star.

VH1 Classic, Legacy plot '80s revival with CD, tour (Reuters)
Reuters - With a joined-at-the-hips new CD series and tour, Sony BMG's Legacy Recordings and Viacom's VH1 Classic hope to extend the reach of their respective brands. At the same time, if all goes as planned, they will reintroduce core '80s artists to new and old fans alike.

The Band's Hudson delves into all that jazz (Reuters)
Reuters - Organist/pianist Garth Hudson, an original member of the Band, is putting aside rock 'n' roll to record a jazz album.

Vocal ensemble Anonymous 4 visits Americana (Reuters)
Reuters - When classical vocal ensemble Anonymous 4 announced last year that its members would no longer work together full time, the group broke many fans' hearts.

Davis projects go on for Miles (Reuters)
Reuters - The fusion between R&B/hip-hop and jazz will undergo another creative jolt via several projects involving jazz visionary Miles Davis.

Ex-Destiny's Child member LeToya takes solo spotlight (Reuters)
Reuters - Most artists are lucky to get one shot at stardom. But six years after being forced out of Destiny's Child just as the R&B stars were about to break big, LeToya Luckett is poised for success once more. And the now single-monikered singer/songwriter is not taking the second chance for granted.

Cash's "Highways" lead to top of chart (Reuters)
Reuters - A posthumous album by an American institution was one of the few key releases on a Tuesday that fell on the most American holiday. The result is chart history, with Johnny Cash topping the Billboard 200 for the first time in almost four decades.

Q&A: After 30 years, Johansen playing with Dolls again (Reuters)
Reuters - At 56 years old, David Johansen has performed under many guises: the frontman of evergreen rockers the New York Dolls, a solo act, kitschy lounge hitmaker Buster Poindexter, a bluesman with the Harry Smiths and even the Ghost of Christmas Past (in "Scrooged," the 1988 film starring Bill Murray).

Jackson jury reaches split decision (AP)
Michael Jackson arrives at the Santa Barbara County courthouse in this April 27, 2005, file photo in Santa Maria, Calif.  (AP Photo/Michael Mariant, file)AP - In a split decision, a civil court jury Friday awarded a former Michael Jackson adviser $900,000 — far less than he claimed in the money dispute — and awarded the pop star $200,000 in his cross-complaint against F. Marc Schaffel.


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Rocker-turned-preacher pursuing pop fame again (Reuters)
Reuters - Rocker-turned-preacher Richard Furay, a founding member of Buffalo Springfield and Poco, says he long felt overlooked for his contributions to two 1960s bands that pioneered the next decade's country-rock explosion.

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