Comedian Dunlop Dies

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American comedian Vic Dunlop has died following complications from diabetes.

The funnyman passed away on Saturday at a hospital in Glendale, California. He was 62.

Dunlop began his career in entertainment in the 1960s and landed a regular spot on Richard Pryor's TV variety show in 1977.

He went on to guest star on hit '80s show Harper Valley P.T.A., and also made appearances in films like The Devil and Max Devlin, Skatetown U.S.A. and Martians Go Home.

However, he was perhaps best known for cracking jokes on American game show Make Me Laugh.

Screw those T4 rumors! Linda Hamilton to Star in a new post apocalyptic film

That's right Pa fans. When the rest of the world was drooling over the possibility of seeing Linda Hamilton in Terminator Salvation yesterday, we were quietly confirming even cooler news that the actress would be starring in an entirely different post-apocalyptic film that's currently in development. And man, it's a doozy.

Called Atom and Eve, the upcoming film is being described as a "reverse-Pygmalion post-apocalyptic romantic comedy/adventure," and it sounds wild.

A reverse-Pygmalion post-apocalyptic romantic comedy/adventure, this story introduces Eve, the last woman on earth, and Atom, the homeless man with whom she falls in love. Complicating their relationship is Solomon, a handsome, charismatic scientist on the other side of the sand dunes who has his own private mutant army and a crush on Eve.

The last woman on earth? A Pa love triangle? A mutant army? Sand dunes and a homeless man? Bring it! The film comes from writer David Lee Miller,
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