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LAT in 90 Seconds

littlelove.jpgBig Love: Sometimes the stars align in a particular way, and we get stuck with two movies about magicians or 300 badly scripted talking animal movies at once. But we can’t recall ever facing two head-to-head TV shows featuring little people love interests. How do these things happen? We have a theory. We’re not ready to share it, but suffice to say it involves Anthony Pellicano, Reader’s Digest and a bunch of penguins.

reeseryan.jpgRyan and Reese to Split: The happy couple is <a href="littlelove.jpg“>no longer so happy. This is news? We have an idea for a reality game show: Celebrity Breeding. Since Hollywood couples can’t seem to make marriage work, why not just allow an audience to pick a celeb’s next mate? Winning couples will be the ones that create the cutest, most unusually named offspring. Mark Burnett, call us.

Better Than Craigs List: Got a bunch of your friend’s junk lying around your house? Don’t know how you’re going to get rid of it? Don’t call Salvation Army just yet. If you wait long enough, maybe they’ll start making movies about your pal and you can auction his trash at Bonhams for a nice profit (which you’ll then, of course, donate to pet-related charities).
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