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Glory of the 80s (and 90s)
Stale Popcorn on the recent trend of movies referencing the heyday of teen cinema like Pitch Perfect's obsession with The Breakfast Club
Scott C details his process in creating his Back to the Future illustration for "The Great Showdowns"
Gawker on Tori Amos and Tim Burton's new projects (Gold Dust & Frankenweenie) which are essentially recreations of past projects
Mondo Musicals sees the directors cut of Little Shop of Horrors and lives to tell about it.

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Gold Derby thinks the Oscar race is over and it's a 'monster sweep' for Les Misérables.  So, essentially we're right back to our initial April predictions :) 
John August, famous screenwriter, is answering fan questions online about Frankenweenie
MNPP Daniel Radcliffe gets horny 
Cinematic Corner reminds us that it's Autumn and we couldn't be happier about that. Beautiful screencaps
Playbill Congrats to Broadway divas Audra McDonald and Will Swenson who were married yesterday
Pajiba 10 Actors You Probably Didn't Know Could Dance. I did know most of these as a musical actors obsessive but Chris Hemsworth's hips took me by surprise

Finally... and taking us full circle back to famous movies of the 80s, did you hear that Peter Gabriel had a surprise for audiences in California this weekend? He brought John Cusack out on stage for "In Your Eyes"!

But it was only for a delivery. It was Gabriel and not Cusack who lifted the boombox up high to echo the actor's famous Say Anything pose.

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Reader Comments (8)

Ahhh, Gold Derby. A man with an avatar of a stuffed bear says that Les Mis will win and, because he won a predictions contest last year, it's front-page news. Dear, dear...

But does that mean I think he's wrong? No.

October 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEvan

Did anyone else see the Lifetime movie of Steel Magnolias last night? Queen Latifah was great but it was basically verbatim script of the original.

October 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterVivienne

Evan, allegedly Snuggle4 is someone that works in the film industry and has access to early screenings and other info. Apparently, he's made on the money calls before, and if he thinks Les Miz will sweep, he must have good reasons for doing so.

For you Les Miz fans that are eagerly anticipating the film's release, here's a making of clip showing Anne, Hugh, Eddie, and Amanda singing. BTW, for those of you that thought Anne's voice was weak during the 'I dreamed a dream' song, she deliberately played it that way, citing due to the character's circumstance it was inappropriate to go for the "pretty" version.

I must admit that after watching this clip, I think Snuggle4 right. If Les Miz hits all the marks and does well, I c