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The Movie RZA Has 'Seen A Million Times'

Rapper-turned-director RZA could watch Sergio Leone's western The Good, the Bad and the Ugly a million times. "It's funny, this movie is to me an American classic, even though it's an Italian film," he says.
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Nick, Nora (And Asta) Return In 'Thin Man' Novellas

Dashiell Hammett's The Thin Man invented a new kind of crime fiction. It was hard-boiled, but also light-hearted; funny, with a hint of homicide. Now, for the first time, the stories of After the Thin Man and Another Thin Man have been published as novellas.
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The Story Of Steadman, Drawn From His 'Gonzo' Art

Illustrator Ralph Steadman became known for his collaborations with "gonzo" journalist Hunter S. Thompson, but their partnership wasn't always easy. The documentary For No Good Reason looks at Steadman's life, art and relationship with the eccentric writer.
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Lucasfilm Deal Represents Shift In Hollywood

Audie Cornish speaks with Steven Zeitchik, who covers entertainment for the Los Angeles Times, about the recent Disney deal that bought out filmmaker George Lucas' production company Lucasfilm Ltd. for over $4 billion. The company is behind one of the most beloved, profitable and iconic movie franchises of all time, Star Wars.
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The Movie Glen Mazzara Has 'Seen A Million Times'

The Walking Dead executive producer Glen Mazzara could watch Ridley Scott's Alien a million times. "I think it taps into those childish fears that we have," he says.
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John C. Reilly Wrecks It In 'Ralph'

Reilly voices a video-game character in the new animated film Wreck-It Ralph. Sick of playing the bad guy onscreen, his character escapes from his video game to explore other gaming worlds and what it means to be the "hero."

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