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jdfj;a.jpgAl Martinez Discovers Liars… but somehow still hasn’t found a point.

36596238-10075741.jpgGo Ahead, Make My Clip: Paramount Pictures will become the first major studio to make film clips available for trading on Facebook. Your friends who speak entirely in movie quotes just got that much more annoying.

36574105-09160100.jpgCitizen McCaw: A documentary chronicling the decline of the Santa Barbara News-Press debacle opened to a sold-out audience this weekend. At least something good came out of this.

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Meee-ow EBay and Google are fighting like sorority sisters.

hb_image.jpgGirls Gone Goree: Jennifer Aniston will produce and star in the Goree Girls, a film based on a Texas Monthly article about an all-girl country band made up of female prisoners. Why not? Her life is kinda like a sad country song anyway. Might as well make a few bucks off of it.

clintcatch.jpgGo Ahead, Make My Lede: One day, an article will be written about Clint Eastwood that will not start off with a reference to his famous catchphrase. Today is not that day.

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radiomerger.jpgXM and Sirius to Merge: Still, nobody listens.

sunshinelittle.jpgDumbed Down Rules: Patrick Goldstein comes to the defense of “poster boys” producers Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger, two of Little Miss Sunshine’s producers who stand to get screwed out of an Oscar because the Academy this year decided a film can only have three legitimate producers. Sunshine had five.

eastwoodjack.jpgGo Ahead, Make My Jour: French President <strongJacques Chirac inducted the Clint Eastwood into the French Legion of Honor, saying he represents “the best of Hollywood.” We don’t know if this quintessential American was just being polite, but Eastwood responded that he’d like to “become a French director.” Mon dieu!