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    Conan O'Brien's Nativity Scene Goes to the Dogs

    Conan O'Brien's Nativity Scene Goes to the Dogs

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    Penn and Teller Go to the Bees

    Horrifying YouTube clip of Penn and Teller unleashing hordes of stinging, real bees. The cameraman is protected. They are not.

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    Weekend Read: Poland vs. Wells, Almodovar Talks Cruz, Time's Top 50 Sites, MTV Fall Preview

    Hollywood Round-Up: MTV does the click per page routine with its fall movie preview, annoyingly.

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    Knightley Chases Boyle

    What started as a helpful public service announcement about domestic abuse (directed by Atonement director Joe Wright) has morphed into the latest YouTube sensation. Keira Knightley is the latest viral commodity on the web, as global viewers check out the PSA that Brit company Clearcast deemed too b...

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    SnagFilms Docs on YouTube

    ">YouTube has gone live with long-form feature content. One of the charter partners on the new deal is SnagFilms, which now has a YouTube channel featuring full-length feature documentary films selected from SnagFilms' online library. Their long-form feature collaboration launches April 17.

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    Wall Street Meltdown: Crisis Explained By Frank, Moore, Comedians

    Two smart British gents make fun of Wall Street hedge funds selling dodgy debt packages, and bailouts that "reward the ingenuity of the market." Very amusing. And as it's several months old, on the money, as it were.

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    Twilight MySpace Teaser Trailer Clicks Over 2 Million Views

    Summit Entertainment is doing cartwheels. That's because they're already in production on a movie, Twilight, based on the first book in a trilogy vampire saga by book phenom Stephenie Meyer.

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