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Chuck Jones has passed away

Hollywood mourns an animation legend.

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R.I.P.

He was one of the greats! Cartoon legend and Bugs Bunny animator Chuck Jones has passed away.

Rest In Peace, Sir, and thank you so much for everything!

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R.I.P.

Cartoon legend and Bugs Bunny animator Chuck Jones has died.

He was one of the greats! Rest in peace, sir, and thank you so much!

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Sacre Blue!

MON DIEU!!

Braveheart babe Sophie Marceau was reportedly robbed by thieves who made off with her car on Friday. The French actress is four months pregnant.

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So He Is Still Alive!

BACK ON THE BIG SCREEN

In his first film in eight years, Macaulay Culkin will star in “Party Monster”, a dark comedy following the true story of a 1990′s party promoter convicted of murder. The indie project, which also stars Seth Green, starts shooting in April.

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To Stop Us From Saying, “Haven’t We Seen This Before?”…

…director Peter Jackson vows a fesh take on his “Lord Of The Rings” sequels.

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Mr. Pretty Boy Wants To Be Prettier

Tom Cruise has been fitted for braces.

What?!?!?

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Which One Is More Desperate?

Spike Lee is now directing Kmart TV ads.

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This Sounds Incredible!

Coens, Bill Murray team on twisted ‘Santa’

An off-beat comic dream team — The Coen Brothers, Bill Murray, and “Ghost World” director Tery Zwigoff — is joining forces for the seasonal comedy “Bad Santa,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The Coens will produce the project, with Zwigoff directing and Murray starring as a con man who poses as Santa to rob shopping malls over Christmas, complete with an elf sidekick.

Their grifting ways are challenged, though, when they meet an eight-year-old who reminds them what Christmas is all about, The Hollywood Reporter said.

The project was written by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (“Cats & Dogs”). When Working Title films put the film into turnaround, Dimension Pictures snatched it up, got the Coens to do a rewrite, and signed on Zwigoff, the report said.

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He Was The King!

‘SNL’ compiling Belushi anniversary special

The 20th anniversary of the passing of comedian John Belushi won’t pass unnoticed by his fellow comedians.

Fox News reports the anniversary, which is on March 5, will be noted with a “Saturday Night Live” special, pulling together memorable bits from throughout Belushi’s career, plus tributes from friends and castmates.

The special will be hosted by current “Weekend Update” anchors Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey. Fox News said the special probably would not air until March 16.

Belushi died of a heroin/cocaine overdose in 1982 at Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont.