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Hayek an exec on ABC show 'Ugly Betty' (AP)

Actress Salma Hayek, right, executive producer of ABC's 'Ugly Betty,' and actress America Ferrera, who plays the lead character on the show, attend the 2006 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour Tuesday, July 18, 2006, in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/Ric Francis)AP - Salma Hayek started her acting career appearing in telenovelas. Now, the Oscar-nominated Mexican actress is bringing her own comedic take on one to network television.




ABC vows stronger 'Housewives' season (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. Slammed by critics and slighted in the Emmy nominations, 'Desperate Housewives' endured a rocky second season. But better times are coming to Wisteria Lane, ABC Entertainment President Stephen McPherson said Tuesday, July 18, 2006. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)AP - Slammed by critics and slighted in the Emmy nominations, "Desperate Housewives" endured a rocky second season. But better times are coming to Wisteria Lane, ABC Entertainment President Stephen McPherson said Tuesday.




Pamela Anderson, Kid Rock to tie the knot (AP)

Kid Rock arrives with girlfriend Pamela Anderson for a  film premiere   in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Jan. 28, 2003.   The couple, now vacationing in St. Tropez, France, will marry July 29,2006, on a yacht near the glamorous hotspot, Us Weekly magazine reported Tuesday on its Web site.(AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Next week, Pamela Anderson will make an honest man out of Kid Rock. The couple, now vacationing in St. Tropez, France, will marry July 29 on a yacht near the glamorous hotspot, Us Weekly magazine reported Tuesday on its Web site.




Tabloid retracts Britney Spears stories (AP)

Britney Spears arrives for a party in this Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006 file photo, in Beverly Hills, Calif.Spears, who is pregnant with her second child, says she's not ready to retire from performing. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - The National Enquirer apologized to Britney Spears in its British edition Tuesday for reporting that she was ready to divorce Kevin Federline.




Pregnant Linda Evangelista, 41, in Vogue (AP)

Model Linda Evangelista holds a press conference in Sydney in this Monday, Aug. 9, 2004 file photo (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)AP - The modeling industry is all about who's young, who's hot and who's next. Or is it?




"Queen" rules New York festival opening (Reuters)

Dame Helen Mirren is seen in Pasadena, California January 13, 2006. Stephen Frears' darkly comic docudrama 'The Queen,' starring Mirren as the current U.K. monarch, will make its North American premiere as the opening-night selection at the New York Film Festival (September 29-October 14). (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Stephen Frears' darkly comic docudrama "The Queen," starring Dame Helen Mirren as the current U.K. monarch, will make its North American premiere as the opening-night selection at the New York Film Festival (September 29-October 14).




Univision music unit sued by Mexico's Disa label (Reuters)
Reuters - Latin music label Disa Records said on Tuesday it has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against the music unit of Hispanic media company Univision Communications Inc..

Bogosian on captain duty at "Criminal Intent" (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor-playwright Eric Bogosian has joined the cast of NBC's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" as the head of the NYPD's Major Case Squad.

Disney to produce fewer movies, cut 650 jobs (Reuters)

Walt Disney Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Robert Iger addresses the crowd during the 2006 annual meeting of shareholders of The Walt Disney Co. in Anaheim, March 10, 2006. The Walt Disney Co. said late on Tuesday its high-profile chief of film production would leave the company, part of a move to boost profits at its studio division that include cutting annual movie production and eliminating 650 jobs. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - The Walt Disney Co. said late on Tuesday its high-profile chief of film production would leave the company, part of a move to boost profits at its studio division that include cutting annual movie production and eliminating 650 jobs.




Cold Feet: Earth, Wind & Fire Musical 'Hot Feet' to Close (Playbill)
Playbill - Hot Feet, the musical born of the Earth, Wind & Fire song catalog and directed by Maurice Hines, will end its Broadway run on July 23, it was announced.

"Queen" rules New York festival opening (Reuters)

Dame Helen Mirren is seen in Pasadena, California January 13, 2006. Stephen Frears' darkly comic docudrama 'The Queen,' starring Mirren as the current U.K. monarch, will make its North American premiere as the opening-night selection at the New York Film Festival (September 29-October 14). (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Stephen Frears' darkly comic docudrama "The Queen," starring Dame Helen Mirren as the current U.K. monarch, will make its North American premiere as the opening-night selection at the New York Film Festival (September 29-October 14).




Revenge of the nerds at comic-book convention (Reuters)
Reuters - This weekend, as hundreds of hip filmmakers and marketers from the studios and talent agencies trek to San Diego for Comic-Con International, it's as if Hollywood's high school-like hierarchy is being stood on its head.

Disney to slash 650 jobs, movie output (AP)

Bob Iger, president and CEO of the Walt Disney Co., gives a wave as he arrives,  Friday, July 14, 2006, at the annual Allen & Co. media conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)AP - The Walt Disney Co. is restructuring its studio division to emphasize blockbuster franchise films over more adult fare, a move that will mean slashing 650 jobs worldwide, the company announced Tuesday.




CinemaNow unveils download-to-burn DVD service (Reuters)

A screenshot of CinemaNow.com, taken on July 19, 2006. Online movie seller CinemaNow late on Tuesday unveiled a new service that allows customers to download a movie from the Internet and copy it onto a DVD that can be played on any standard DVD player. REUTERS/www.CinemaNow.comReuters - Online movie seller CinemaNow late on Tuesday unveiled a new service that allows customers to download a movie from the Internet and copy it onto a DVD that can be played on any standard DVD player.




Horror veteran Barker game for "Jericho" thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Horrormeister Clive Barker often ponders how movies and novels require their creator to choose one path out of numerous possibilities.

Italian director faces "Consequence" (Reuters)
Reuters - Italian director Gabriele Muccino, who made his English-language debut with the upcoming Will Smith drama "The Pursuit of Happy-ness," is turning his attention to a French remake.

Gay-themed film "Mr. Leather" coming out (Reuters)
Reuters - Leather fans will hit the big screen early next year in "Mr. Leather," a documentary that examines an underground gay subculture.

Craig Bonding Again (E! Online)

He hasn't even graced the gun sight yet, but Daniel Craig is 
 already gearing up for another go-round as 007.E! Online - He hasn't even graced the gun sight yet, but Daniel Craig is already gearing up for another go-round as 007.




'Miami Vice' film reminds of cocaine past (AP)

This photo, supplied by Universal Pictures, shows Colin Farrell, left,as Detective Sonny Crockett and Jamie Foxx, as Detective Ricardo Tubbs in a scene from, 'Miami Vice, ' the new feature film crime drama. The film conjures up memories of the city's 'cocaine cowboy' past, when rival drug traffickers had shootouts with automatic weapons, bags of drugs washed up on beaches and police were outspent, outgunned and sometimes corrupted.  Miami remains a key command center for the worldwide cocaine trade, particularly for Colombian cartels, and is still a major drug money-laundering locale. But the violence has largely disappeared as the cocaine kingpins have become less 'Scarface' and more corporate.'Miami Vice' opens on July 28, 2006.(AP Photo/Universal Pictures,Frank Connor)AP - The release of the new "Miami Vice" film conjures up memories of the city's "cocaine cowboy" past, when rival drug traffickers had shootouts with automatic weapons, bags of drugs washed up on beaches and police were outspent, outgunned and sometimes corrupted.




John Cusack wins restraining order (AP)

Actor John Cusack is photographed during filming in this May 10, 2006 file photo, in Chicago. Cusack won a temporary restraining order Tuesday, July 18, 2006 against a woman he claims has been stalking him for more than 18 months. (AP Photo/Stacie Freudenberg)AP - John Cusack won a temporary restraining order Tuesday against a woman he claims has been stalking him for more than 18 months.




Univision music unit sued by Mexico's Disa label (Reuters)
Reuters - Latin music label Disa Records said on Tuesday it has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against the music unit of Hispanic media company Univision Communications Inc..

McCready: Cops Give Me "Hard Time" (E! Online)
E! Online - It took a while, but Mindy McCready finally showed up for the start of her DUI trial on Monday. On Tuesday, she took the stand and blamed her arrest on some overzealous cops.

UK National Enquirer apologizes to Britney Spears (Reuters)

File photo of Britney Spears and her husband Kevin Federline arriving for the Sony BMG Grammy Party in Los Angeles February 8, 2006. The National Enquirer celebrity magazine has apologized to Spears in its British edition for reporting that the pop star was ready to divorce Federline. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - The National Enquirer celebrity magazine has apologized to Britney Spears in its British edition for reporting that the pop star was ready to divorce her husband Kevin Federline.




Arctic Monkeys, Yorke up for UK music honors (Reuters)

Arctic Monkeys perform on stage during a gig at Leeds University in Leeds, England February 1, 2006. Indie rock band Arctic Monkeys, whose recent debut album was the fastest selling in U.K. chart history, made the shortlist for the Mercury Award, one of Britain's top music honors, organizers said Tuesday. REUTERS/Warren SmithReuters - Indie rock band Arctic Monkeys, whose recent debut album was the fastest selling in U.K. chart history, made the shortlist for the Mercury Award, one of Britain's top music honors, organizers said Tuesday.




Final Sublime album expanded for 10th birthday (Reuters)
Reuters - Ska-punk band Sublime's self-titled breakthrough album, released a few months after the drug-related death of frontman Brad Nowell in 1996, will be reissued as a deluxe, double-disc edition August 15.

Country Label Picks Pickler (E! Online)

The term 'also-ran' should be applied loosely with regard to 
 American Idol.E! Online - The term "also-ran" should be applied loosely with regard to American Idol.




Mindy McCready takes stand in DUI trial (AP)

Country singer Mindy McCready poses in a 1996 file publicity photo. (AP Photo)AP - Country singer Mindy McCready testified Tuesday that she thought police pulled her over to "give her a hard time" — not because they thought she was driving under the influence.




McCready takes stand in her DUI trial (AP)

In this file photo, country singer Mindy McCready is shown posing for a 1996 publicity photo. McCready arrived at court Monday, July 17, 2006, for her trial on a charge of driving under the influence. McCready was 10 minutes late for the start of court, prompting Judge Seth Norman to tell the singer she was in contempt of court and he would decide later what punishment she will face.  (AP Photo)AP - Country singer Mindy McCready testified Tuesday that she thought police were pulling her over to "give her a hard time" — not because they thought she was driving under the influence.




Pamela Anderson, Kid Rock to tie the knot (AP)

Kid Rock arrives with girlfriend Pamela Anderson for a  film premiere   in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Jan. 28, 2003.   The couple, now vacationing in St. Tropez, France, will marry July 29,2006, on a yacht near the glamorous hotspot, Us Weekly magazine reported Tuesday on its Web site.(AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Next week, Pamela Anderson will make an honest man out of Kid Rock.




Corinne Bailey Rae a star on the rise (AP)

Singer Corinne Bailey Rae is photographed in New York on June 19, 2006.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - While most singers would give their right arm to be mentioned in the same breath as jazz great Billie Holiday, for British newcomer Corinne Bailey Rae, the constant comparisons to Lady Day — while flattering — can get a little frustrating.




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