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Val Kilmer says Betty White is "evil" -- but admits that he resembles the former "Golden Girl" when dressed up as Mark Twain. The star of "Citizen Twain," a play about the author, joked on "Conan" that White won a Grammy that should have been his. Kilmer was nominated in the Best Spoken Word category in 2012 for his narration of "The Mark of Zorro," but White won for her audiobook. See video: Jennifer Aniston Didn't Break Any Laws Smooching Underage Boy in 'We're the Millers' "I think I had a serious shot at »
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The anticipated Batman story arc has launched today in the pages of Batman #21. As I was reading, I strolled by quite a few easter eggs that take a poke at some of the most iconic things within the Batman mythology. Mild spoilers are included within this article so beware if you have not yet read this issue. The Monarch Theater In case you don't know, The Monarch Theater is where years ago, Bruce Wayne and his parents Thomas and Martha Wayne went to see the classic film, The Mark of Zorro and were eventually apprehended and shot in cold blood by Joe Chill on their way out of the theater. The theater can barely be recognized in the beginning. You can see an image from Batman #21 of The Monarch Theater down below: Purple Gloves In the caped crusader's very first appearance in the pages of Detective Comics #27, he was sporting »
Our daily January countdown continues with part 12 out of 300 in our list of the 300 Greatest Films Ever Made. These are numbers 190-181.
188) The Mark Of Zorro (1940) Reuben Mamoulian USA
187) Goodfellows (1990) Martin Scorsese USA
181) The Sweet Smell Of Success (1957) Alex Makendrick USA
Numbers 180-171 coming next.
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