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ISSUE 115 VOL 19 PUBLISHED 4/26/2002

Entertainment News in Brief

By Anonymous
Contributing Writer

Friday, April 26, 2002

Actor Robert Blake pleaded not guilty Monday to killing his wife, Bonnie Lee Bakley, who was found shot in the head outside a restaurant last May. If convicted, Blake could get the death penalty. With Bryant Gumbel leaving CBS, Rosie O'Donnell has been tapped to host "Survivor: Marquesas The Reunion" on May 19. The $1 million winner will be announced live from New York's Central Park. Former Figure Skater Tonya Harding was charged with drunken driving last weekend after crashing her truck into a ditch. She pleaded innocent to the charge on Monday. Fans of ABC's "Once and Again" rejoice: Co-star Billy Campbell told TV Guide Online that the series may have a fourth season after all. He said ABC reportedly called the studio and told them not to knock down the sets or release the actors from their contracts. Alice in Chains singer Layne Staley was found dead in his Seattle home Friday. The cause of death has not yet been determined, but police say there was a heroin kit found near his body. The Rock's "The Scorpion King" debuted with a huge $36.2 million take at last weekend's box office, making it the biggest April opening ever. The April 30 episode of "Frasier" will feature "Cheers" vets John Ratzenberger, George Wendt and Rhea Perlman. The episode, entitled "Cheerful Goodbyes" centers around Cliff's retirement party in Boston. Dreamworks snagged exclusive rights to adapt “Hawaii Five-O” for the big screen. No word on when the project will get off the ground.

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