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Sundown on Sunset: Overlooked

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Eddie Murphy and Tracey Edmonds have a “spiritual marriage” only –she must have taken a gander at his child support payments.

Paramount spent a lot of money to make Cloverfield look like junk.

Starbucks adopts skinny platform, but not Rollerskate Skinny.

Kim Masters is at Sundance, where everything is frosty. Anne Thompson explains why:

Twenty films were bought for $53 million. So far, 14 have been released and grossed $34 million.

Katie Couric is the living embodiment of the “wrong words at the wrong time”.

And time moves slowly in the Bay Area, where a Salon blogger just now saw an FBLA post from October (we’ve heard of slow dial-up, but really). Her response:

I just wanted to say that while I certainly don’t mind your disagreeing with my point of view, it would be more effective if you weren’t an asshole about it.

Define effective.

(photo by Tomspixels)

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