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Posted in Beth, Links, Sam by Sam Unsted on January 19, 2008
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Nerve offers its take on The Wire, the fifth season of which is immense.

The New York Times places Cloverfield among the gimmicky follies of moviemaking history. Slate questions the movie monster.

Cynthia Fuchs picks her favourite movies of 2007 on PopMatters.

Rob Fitzpatrick meets Hot Chip and relates his meeting to The Guardian.

TC Boyle donates some fiction to The New Yorker.

Entertainment Weekly provides a selection of pre-fame photos of your favourite stars.

ZEFRON and the HUDGE celebrated Zac’s recent emergency appendectomy with a casual lunch out with HSM co-star Ashley Tisdale.

Want to know about the British paparazzi guy permanently attached to Britney’s side right now? The Daily Mail, of course, has all the ‘answers’.

Another day, another funny Conan O’Brien clip. This time he uses a zip-wire in the studio to save President Lincoln’s life.

Need to fax or copy something but have no access to a fax or copier? GeekSugar has the answer, and it’s on your mobile phone.

28 year old (really!) Christina Ricci talks about shocking Justin Timberlake and her career in this interview with The Times.

A platinum blonde and gorgeous Rachel McAdams plays opposite her older counterparts Chris Cooper and Pierce Brosnan in Married Life – “an unconventional fable for grown-ups about the irresistible power and utter madness of love.” Take a look at some screencaps here.

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  1. water man said, on January 23, 2008 at 11:18 pm

    Ahh the enterainment industry. Gotta love it.


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