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Jerry Lewis to cut back telethon role
Thursday July 26 6:00 AM: Comedian Jerry Lewis, on the mend after a recent bout with pneumonia, plans to cut back the hours he spends hosting his annual Labor Day Telethon again this year, his manager said.
Hip-hop gets hearing with Senate panel
Thursday July 26 3:41 AM: Hip-hop recording mogul Russell Simmons crashed an exclusive party -- a Senate hearing on the entertainment industry -- admonishing Congress not to censor music or blame society's ills on sexually explicit lyrics.
Bonnie Raitt held for protest in Illinois
Thursday July 26 3:14 AM: Police in Itasca, Ill., arrested 20 activists, including singer Bonnie Raitt and former Doors drummer John Densmore, who were demonstrating against logging practices outside an office products company.
American Ballet Theatre chief quits
Thursday July 26 1:59 AM: Louis Spisto has quit as executive director of the American Ballet Theatre after less than two years on the job. Spistos departure was attributed to a "growing difference in vision" with the board of directors.
Fierce, nightmarish 'Planet' goes ape
Wednesday July 25 9:55 PM: The new "Planet of the Apes" is certainly not "Planet of the Parakeets." It's the most driven, fearful entertainment Tim Burton has made since "Batman." Read David Elliott's review.
The 'Tim' Machine: back to the apes
Wednesday July 25 9:54 PM: Mark Wahlberg says he "freaked out" on his first day of filming "Planet of the Apes," having committed to making it "before thinking about what I was getting myself into.". Read the interview in The REEL Stuff.
'Planet of Apes' strikes final notes
Wednesday July 25 9:54 PM: After more than 15 years in the movie business, composer Danny Elfman says 'Apes' score may be his last -- maybe.
Weekend hospital exit for Hepburn
Wednesday July 25 7:55 PM: Katharine Hepburn, hospitalized and undergoing treatment for a urinary tract infection, will probably be released by the weekend. "We're shooting for tomorrow or Friday," a hospital spokesman said.
Gabriel Byrne discovers 'Nature'
Wednesday July 25 7:49 PM: A chance visit to a bookstore in Nova Scotia led actor Gabriel Byrne to "The Nature of Water and Air," a novel shot through with Irish myth, a book that may be his next movie project and his directorial debut.
Kidman in and Out of Dogville; Gibson Goes to Sea
Wednesday July 25 3:24 AM: Mr.Showbiz: Nicole Kidman may or may not be appearing in Lars Von Trier's next movie, and Mel Gibson could team up with Barry Levinson for a World War II naval epic.
Reid Wanted for Questioning
Wednesday July 25 3:24 AM: Mr.Showbiz: American Pie cutie Tara Reid is being sought by authorities in connection with a post-party accident in Long Island, N.Y.
Justin Wants to Make Beautiful Music With Britney
Wednesday July 25 3:24 AM: Mr.Showbiz: In an upcoming Rolling Stone cover story, 'N Sync's Justin Timberlake expresses his hope that he and superstar Britney Spears will be able to record together.
Burton Finishes Apes; Ending Leaked
Wednesday July 25 3:24 AM: Mr.Showbiz: Planet of the Apes is finally finished, just days before its theatrical release, but now folks are feuding over being accidentally told the film's secret ending.
Hepburn Recovering From Infection
Wednesday July 25 3:24 AM: Mr.Showbiz: Katharine Hepburn is still hospital-bound as she recovers from what was revealed to be a urinary infection.
Fatboy Slim, 'Lady Marmalade' Lead MTV Video Awards Nominees
Wednesday July 25 3:24 AM: Mr.Showbiz: Fatboy Slim's "Weapon of Choice" and "Lady Marmalade," off the Moulin Rouge soundtrack, are among the videos up for MTV Video Awards.

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