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While "The Lorax" was crushing the box office this weekend, another new film was not-so-quietly quietly racking up both major money ($20.7 million) and controversy: "Project X," which, with its story about a teenage beer bash gone totally out of control, is about as far from Dr. Seuss as you can get.

But while there's no doubt that "Project X" is poised to become a hit, there is one burning question many fans have: Is the film based on the true story of Australian party icon Corey Delaney? Join us as we attempt to answer that question with our latest piece of hard-hitting investigative journalism, "Project X": Fact ... or Fiction?

Fact: Back in 2008, Delaney, who was then just 16 years old, gained worldwide attention by throwing a party while his parents were out of town. That's not so unusual, of course; but after he and his two buddies decided to post their address on MySpace, »

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