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Entertainment News Archive - July 02, 2005

By Mike Collett-White LONDON (Reuters) - A galaxy of rock and roll stars willgrace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is beingbilled as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to putpressure on world leaders to do more to help the poor.

LONDON (Reuters) - Paul McCartney and U2 frontman Bono areset to kick off the Live 8 gig in London with the Beatlesclassic "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." Here is a provisional playlist for the eight-hour concertthat starts at 1300 GMT on Saturday. 1. Paul McCartney/Bono 2. U2 3.

LONDON (Reuters) - Paul McCartney and U2 frontman Bono areset to kick off the Live 8 gig in London with the Beatlesclassic "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." Here is a provisional playlist for the eight-hour concertthat starts at 1300 GMT on Saturday. 1. Paul McCartney/Bono 2. U2 3.

By Gina Keating LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Shortfalls in sales of two of thesummer's biggest DVD releases, "Shrek 2" and "The Incredibles,"underscore the changing nature of the home-entertainment marketbut do not point to an impending slump, analysts said onFriday.

By Paul Majendie and Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - A galaxy of rock stars staged theworld's biggest live concert on Saturday to pressure richnations into doing more for the poor.

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandelacalled on the world's most powerful leaders to prevent genocideby tackling poverty in Africa, saying failure to do so would bea crime against humanity.