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"Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope" (back then it was just called plain ol' "Star Wars") opened 35 years ago this weekend. Moviefone celebrates the beginning of a cultural phenomenon with a collection of some classic "Star Wars" photos that you may not have ever seen before.
Actually, the fact that it opened against "E.T." makes "Grease 2" even cooler. Upon "The Chernobyl Diaries" sharing the same release date as "Men in Black III," MTV Clutch takes a look at some other, shall we say, "smaller" films that have opened against big Hollywood blockbusters.
Every male (and some females) on the planet heaved a collective sigh this week upon the news that Keira Knightley is getting hitched to some indie rocker dude. Who is this (very lucky) guy, anyway? Hollywood.com lists six things you should probably know about James Righton, the future Mr. Knightley.
Make your own bootleg Wes Anderson mix tape! The Playlist lists the songs that have appeared in all of Wes Anderson's films that weren't featured on the official soundtrack releases, from Van Morrison's "Everyone" ("The Royal Tenenbaums") to Sigur Ros' "Staralfur" ("The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou").
Hopefully this will mark the return of the mad-dog crazy Oliver Stone that's been missing in action since 1997's "U Turn." Check out the collection of new pics from "Savages," the director's upcoming hallucinatory thriller starring Taylor Kitsch and Blake Lively, on display at The Film Stage.
There's "Sunset Boulevard," "Abbey Road" and "Sesame Street." But what about "Lane," that most underappreciated of location terms? There are characters named Lane, characters who live on lanes, and lanes that represent an era, a romance or a place for the Muffin Man to live. Check out Vulture's ode to the greatest Lanes in pop culture.