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Exclusive: The Exorcist's Linda Blair Talks Be Afraid of the Dark and Halloween Safety Tips!

18 October 2012 10:00 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Yesterday, we caught up with star of the iconic thriller The Exorcist, Linda Blair, who has joined forces with Reader's Digest for Be Afraid of the Dark, the must-have soundtrack to Halloween. The Playlist contains 15 seasonal classics, including the theme song from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Dreamcatcher from The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Little Fugue in G Minor, Things That Go Bump in the Night and The Exorcist theme, Tubular Bells.

Linda Blair is also the founder of the Linda Blair WorldHeart Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization devoted to the loving care and rescue of animals throughout Los Angeles, to which proceeds from this new CD will go to.

Linda Blair combines her love for rescue dogs and haunting music with this special Halloween interview, in which she offers up some helpful tips for your dogs this Halloween, along with a little bit of head-spinning and »

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The Exorcist Becomes Small Screen Mini-Series

27 May 2012 12:15 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Martha Marcy May Marlene writer-director Sean Durkin is reworking The Exorcist as a 10-episode TV series, with Roy Lee attached to produce.

Morgan Creek is backing this series, adapted from the classic William Peter Blatty novel. The show will take a different approach than the 1973 film classic, following the events that lead up to the demonic possession, and how the family turns to Father Damien Karras after doctors and psychiatrists fail to explain the bizarre behavior.

The series won't be shopped to the networks for two weeks, although executives are already scheduling meetings for this updated series.

William Friedkin directed the 1973 adaptation of The Exorcist, which centered on a priest (Max von Sydow) who tries to remove a demonic spirit from a young girl. It was the first horror movie to be nominated for a Best Picture Oscar.

The Exorcist was released December 26th, 1973 and stars Ellen Burstyn, Max von Sydow, »

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'The Exorcist' (The Version You've Never Seen) - Paused

24 May 2012 1:30 PM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Movie: The Exorcist Release Year: 1973 Studio: Warner Bros. Director: William Friedkin Starring: Ellen Burstyn as Chris MacNeil, Max von Sydow as Father Merrin, Lee J. Cobb as Lt. William Kinderman, Jason Miller as Father Damian Karras, William O'Malley as Father Dyer and Linda Blair as Regan MacNeil Cinematographer: Owen Roizman (The French Connection, Network, Wyatt Earp) Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. Photo: Warner Bros. »

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