#Fascinating Facts

Here Are Some Fascinating Facts About ‘The Wizard’ For Its 25th Anniversary

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'The Wizard' turns 25 today... so let's celebrate with some fascinating facts!


Here Are A Bunch Of Hollywood’s Secret Celebrity Aliases

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Tom Hanks, Tobey Maguire and others will have to find new ways to hide after their secret aliases leaked in Sony Pictures' massive hack.

#jimmy fallon

Celebrate Alex Trebek’s Birthday With The Worst Impressions From SNL’s ‘Jeopardy!’

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For Alex Trebek's birthday, let's remember the worst impressions from SNL's 'Celebrity Jeopardy!' that we still love anyway.


The Definitive Ranking Of Spider-Man Movies, From Best To Worst

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Sony, Sam Raimi, and Marc Webb - the definitive ranking of Spider-Man movies.

#game of thrones

Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Trilogy Gets The Most Honest Of Trailers

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Screen Junkies of Honest Trailers fame take on Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy, make the case for exactly how terrible 'Spiderman 3' was.


Zach Galifianakis Gets Awkward With Sam Jackson And Others In A Holiday Edition Of ‘Between Two Ferns’

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The "Christmas F*cking Spectacular" features special guests "Samuel L. L. Jackson," "Toby," and an inspired holiday musical appearance by Arcade Fire.


Here’s A New Star-Studded Trailer For IFC’s Bonkers Miniseries, ‘The Spoils Of Babylon’

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IFC has released a second, star-studded trailer for its fake epic miniseries, "The Spoils of Babylon," from Will Ferrell and Adam McKay.


REVIEW: Did Baz Luhrmann forget what The Great Gatsby was about or did I?

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I get the feeling most people view The Great Gatsby, of which they remember the title, the author, a few lines, and not much else, through the lens of their childhood, something Important, in black and white, like an old photograph.


Trailer: The Great Gatsby looks… shiny.

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A new full trailer for The Great Gatsby, which opens May 10th, just hit the web, and I for one applaud Baz Luhrmann's attempt to sculpt a literary classic entirely out of tinsel.

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‘I’m Gatsby!’ affirms Gatsby in this new spot for The Great Gatsby

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Here at FilmDrunk, we've long held that seeing a guy get hit in the nuts in the trailer for a comedy was the kiss of death.


Leo DiCaprio's Great Gatsby Has A Trailer Now

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If my high school years taught me anything, it’s that F.


You Luhrmann’d my Gatsby!

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For lovers of Jazz Age literature, I thought it couldn't get any better than Woody Allen's fictionalized depictions of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald (to say nothing of Hemingway) in Midnight in Paris.


Tobey Maguire was born to play a dandy fancy boy

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As if hipsters didn't already have enough reason to buy vintage clothes, Baz Luhrmann is directing a film adaptation of The Great Gatsby set to open next Christmas, sure to be a sumptuous visual feast for everyone from the casual fan to the die-hard Luhrmaniac.


Tobey & Leo on the set of The Great Gatsby, with Gatsby Quotes

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Director Baz Luhrmann is currently in Australia shooting his adaptation of The Great Gatsby, starring Leonardo Di Caprio (Jay Gatsby), Tobey Maguire (Nick Carraway), Isla Fisher (Myrtle Wilson), and Carey Mulligan (Daisy Buchanan).


Tobey Maguire won “$1 million a month” playing illegal poker

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Tobey Maguire's double life as a high-stakes poker player is coming to light as a result of an FBI investigation into a an embezzling hedge-fund manager who was also a degenerate gambler (shocking, I know).


You have got to be Fing kidding me

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Ever wonder what a Papa Roach cover of "Under the Sea" might sound like.


The Great Gatsby might be in 3D

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When I first heard Baz Luhrmann would be making a film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, my first thought was, "BUT WILL IT BE DARK AND/OR GRITTY.


Carey Mulligan Daisy in Luhrmann’s Great Gatsby

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With studios fighting over who gets to adapt the Family Circus comic strip (note: this actually happened), you figure it was only a matter of time before Hollywood got around to making the most famous novel of the 20th century, the book Hunter S.

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