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Myspace founder wondering when they’ll make Myspace movie

Anderson to get poked by Kevin Spacey 'any day now'Tom Anderson, founder of the once-popular social networking site Myspace, has announced via Twitter that he is expecting Hollywood to make a film about him, for some reason.

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Posted: Dec 5th, 2010
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After 10 viewings, couple finally understand ‘Inception’

‘Why couldn’t they have made the whole thing as simple as ‘Titanic’?’ said Jack, who has watched ‘Memento’ on DVD more than 50 times without understanding it.

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Posted: Aug 9th, 2010
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Mel Gibson to re-launch career with ‘What Women Want 2 – A Good Kicking’

Gibson will 'knock 'em dead' in new roleHollywood producers confirmed today that the hotly-anticipated sequel to Mel Gibson’s box-office smash ‘What Women Want’ will hit cinemas in December in time for the Christmas heavy-drinking and domestic violence season. The film – subtitled ‘What Women Want? I’ll Tell You What They F***ing Deserve’ – is said to showcase all Gibson’s talents and has been described by critics as ‘an absolute belter’.

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Posted: Aug 7th, 2010
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Movie legend fed up with everyone kissing his ass

‘If one more little punk describes me as ‘an amazing presence’ or ‘a celluloid icon’ I’ll kick their balls off.’

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Posted: Jun 8th, 2010
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Keanu Reeves’ next movie to feature ‘acting double’

Excellent!Hollywood producers confirmed today that Keanu Reeves’ next blockbuster will be the first to feature a specialist who will stand in for the A-lister in sequences deemed too ambitious for an actor of his talent. Universal Pictures has reassured fans that the star will perform his usual repertoire of running, fighting and monosyllabic grunts, but with a lookalike being brought in for scenes requiring his character to display emotion or intellectual depth.

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Posted: May 27th, 2010
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