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Here's something for the "Could've Been" archives (though whether it also qualifies as "Should've Been" remains to be seen). MTV Clutch reimagines the "Three Stooges" poster with the Farrelly Brothers' original dream cast of Jim Carrey, Benicio Del Toro and Sean Penn.
You know, maybe we don't need to necessarily see 15 seconds of "Total Recall" a couple of days before seeing 150 seconds of it. Vulture makes the argument that it might be time to call it quits on the new trend of releasing trailers for movie trailers.
Too soon, or NOT SOON ENOUGH? BestWeekEver suggests you honor the 100th anniversary of the Titanic tragedy by purchasing a new Titanic-themed bathtub plug lovingly called "Tubtanic."
Lots of Katnisses, Primroses, Cloves and especially Rues are being pushed around in strollers this year! Somewhat predictably, 2012 has "The Hunger Games" taking over from "Twilight" as the primary cultural influence on baby names, according to Nameberry.
Have you ever imagined how much better "Inside the Actors Studio" might be if it consisted entirely of awkward silences? Let James Lipton and his special guest Johnny Depp enlighten you, and may the upcoming press tour on "Dark Shadows" be this rewarding.
Well, may it now at least double its original box office take. Deadline brings word that GoDigital has acquired "Zyzzyx Road," an indie thriller starring Katherine Heigl, and — after selling a whopping 30 bucks worth of tickets during its one-week run at a small theater in Dallas, Texas — the lowest-grossing film of all time.