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November 6, 2011 | By Stephen Markley, For RedEye
I recently sold the movie rights to my memoir, "Publish This Book," which basically means two things: 1) I don't have to eat cans of that weird generic soup from Aldi that always seem to have minor deformities in the carrots anymore and 2) It is now possible that someone will make a movie of my life and thus hire an actor to play me. This is disturbing on quite a number of levels. Do I want someone better-looking than me, thereby causing people to be extremely disappointed when they meet the real me?
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November 6, 2011 | By Stephen Markley, For RedEye
I recently sold the movie rights to my memoir, "Publish This Book," which basically means two things: 1) I don't have to eat cans of that weird generic soup from Aldi that always seem to have minor deformities in the carrots anymore and 2) It is now possible that someone will make a movie of my life and thus hire an actor to play me. This is disturbing on quite a number of levels. Do I want someone better-looking than me, thereby causing people to be extremely disappointed when they meet the real me?
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December 25, 2011 | By Stephen Markley, For RedEye
"Uh, I just watched #TheDarkKnightRises trailer, and I feel like my erection might be visible from space. " Or so I tweeted from the dazed fugue state I found myself in following the two minutes and change I spent at the height of guy-movie arousal for Christopher Nolan's third (and final?) Batman movie. Yes, feel free to make your clever joke about how the "visibility" would have to rely on Pentagon spy satellites that can count the hairs on the beards of Taliban fighters - whatever!
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May 21, 2013 | Matt Pais, @mattpais and RedEye movie critic
In “The Hangover: Part III,” Justin Bartha's Doug isn't just lost or sidelined while his pals and brother-in-law deal with constant mayhem. He's kidnapped and an organized crime boss threatens his life. “I think Doug is probably looking for new friends at this point,” says Bartha, who grew up in Michigan and remembers going to Dick's Last Resort as a kid when his family came to Chicago. “His life and his family have been in danger too often. He's too normal and grounded to be in this situation anymore.” Fortunately for Doug, he won't have to be. “The Hangover: Part...
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