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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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January 24, 2012 | By Katie Killacky, For RedEye
"There is a time for everything ... a time to weep and a time to laugh. " These words come from The Ecclesiastes, better known by their more common name, The Byrds. If you don't understand this music reference, please turn! turn! turn! the page. Why am I talking about weeping and laughing? Anyone who frequents YouTube is aware of the [Bleep] Girls Say videos that have been going viral this month. This comedic reel has spawned hundreds of variations (no exaggeration - this meme will peter out any day now)
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SPORTS
January 24, 2012 | By Katie Killacky, For RedEye
"There is a time for everything ... a time to weep and a time to laugh. " These words come from The Ecclesiastes, better known by their more common name, The Byrds. If you don't understand this music reference, please turn! turn! turn! the page. Why am I talking about weeping and laughing? Anyone who frequents YouTube is aware of the [Bleep] Girls Say videos that have been going viral this month. This comedic reel has spawned hundreds of variations (no exaggeration - this meme will peter out any day now)
NEWS
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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June 25, 2012 | Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
Even in small roles, Elizabeth Banks often has a major impact on her movies. Consider her memorable, unbridled scene in “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” in which she teaches Steve Carell's character about the, uh, talents of a handheld showerhead, or the fact that the romantic trajectory of “Wet Hot American Summer” results largely from Banks' character tasting like a burger. “It's true,” the 38-year-old actress says with a laugh. “I think that Paul [Rudd]'s character just wanted a little side strange.” Now, of course, Banks takes up far more screen time, showcasing killer...
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