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    The Spike Jonze-Directed Arcade Fire Short 'Scenes From The Suburbs' To Premiere At Berlin Film Fest

    You gotta hand it to Arcade Fire. The hard-working indie rockers pretty much write their own playbook and their growing success has allowed them to work on their own terms with likeminded collaborators. Earlier this year they tapped Terry Gilliam to direct a webcast of their Madison Square Garden gi...

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    Does Adam Yauch's 'Fight For Your Right Revisited' Contain The Most Epic Cast Ever?

    We were already pretty excited when it was revealed that the mysterious Adam Yaunch directed short, "Fight For Your Right Revisted" had a cast that included Elijah Wood, Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly and Jack Black. But if IMDB is accurate, that's just the tip of the iceber...

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    Terry Gilliam Casts Unknowns In His Short Film 'The Wholly Family'

    Shooting started this week on Terry Gilliam's mysterious short "The Wholly Family" (which may be changing titles before all is said and done) and the cast for the film has been revealed: don't worry if you never heard of them.

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    Terry Gilliam To Shoot Short Film 'The Wholly Family' In Italy In January

    While he spent most of the year struggling to mount his cursed project "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote," Terry Gilliam certainly hasn't been sitting idle, rocking a webcast for Arcade Fire in August, directing an energy drink mini-movie thing “The Legend Of Hallowdega,” and he’s currently gearing up...

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