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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Sport Matching Black Outfits to Romantic Birthday Dinner in Paris—See the Pic!

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Sport Matching Black Outfits to Romantic Birthday Dinner in Paris—See the Pic!
Double vision? Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt stepped out for a romantic dinner in Paris last night wearing almost identical ensembles. The couple celebrated Jolie's 38th birthday at Il Vino in monochromatic black outfits which included mirror-image blazers, shirts and trousers. Jolie's stunning suit was a custom-made Saint Laurent creation. Not a detail went overlooked with their matching looks, the two even sported the same low ponytail for the feast. A source told E! News that the famous couple celebrated the special occasion with six friends and that the group  "enjoyed the wine tasting menu, where the restaurant matches certain foods with the best wines." "They indulged...
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Video of 3Oh!3's 'My First Kiss' Feat. Ke$ha Debuted

A new music video for 3Oh!3 "My First Kiss" single that features Ke$ha has finally been released. The three-minute clip made in support of the duo's first single off their upcoming third studio album, "Streets of Gold", takes a look of a lot of folks, including punks, teachers, sailors and lesbians, smooching.

The Isaac Ravishankara-directed video gives out occasional close-up of a pair of lips. Scenes wherein duo Nathaniel Motte and Sean Foreman bounce around and throw punches at the camera are also included. Aside from the twosome, their collaborator Ke$ha also makes an appearance in the bright-colored video.

Talking about the video, Foreman previously explained to MTV News that "the video is a play on kissing in general, and lips, and getting close up to a bunch of lips, and people coming out of mouths and just, like, really cool transitions." His group mate Motte chimed in,
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FX team turn filmmakers with “Mary Doe”; exclusive poster art

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FX team turn filmmakers with “Mary Doe”; exclusive poster art
The Australian Meg [Make-up Effects Group] FX team have been plying their trade for the better part of the last two decades, providing ever-excellent special makeup work for the likes of The Matrix, Feed, Man-thing, Nightmares And Dreamscapes, the Asian features Double Vision and Silk and many others (see a gallery at the end of this article). The last five or six years have also seen them trying to get their own feature off the ground, and it looks like that’ll finally happen soon with the zombie opus Mary Doe, for which they gave us a first look at the poster.
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Full Trailer For Chinese Espionage Thriller The Message

How’s this for a streak: Mainland Chinese film producers The Huayi Brothers are very likely the only production house in the world that can claim - at least claim honestly - that they’ve never had a film lost money. And that trend looks likely to continue with The Message, a darkly slick espionage thriller from Chen Kuo-Fu (Double Vision) and Gao Qunshu (Tokyo Trial) with Zhou Xun heading up and all star cast.

1942, Nanking. Following a series of assassination attempts on officials of the Japanese-controlled puppet government, the Japanese spy chief gathers a group of suspects in a mansion house for questioning. A tense game of cat and mouse ensues as the Chinese code-breaker attempts to send out a crucial message while protecting his/her own identity.

We’ve run early teasers for this one in the past but the full trailer has recently arrived, is very impressive,
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Exclusive: 'Guitar Hero: Van Halen' Song List And Release Date Revealed

Activision, unwilling to skate by the holiday season with just "Guitar Hero 5" and "DJ Hero," is bringing one more rhythm game into your already rock-laden household before the year is out. "Guitar Hero: Van Halen" will be releasing on December 22nd, and features the musical stylings of Eddie, Alex and Wolfgang Van Halen along with the vocal insanity that is David Lee Roth. Sammy Hagar is, predictably, a no-show.

The game will follow the trend of "Gh: Metallica" and "Gh: Aerosmith" by including songs from not only Van Halen, but also other groups with similar musical style, including Weezer, The Foo Fighters and Queen.

Here's the full song list for your viewing pleasure:

Van Halen Songs

“Ain't Talkin Bout Love”

“And The Cradle Will Rock

“Atomic Punk”

Beautiful Girls

“Cathedral” (solo)

“Dance The Night Away”

“Eruption” (solo)

“Everybody Wants Some”

“Feel Your Love Tonight”

“Hang ‘Em High”

“Hear About It
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Who is the code-breaker? Trailers for Chinese blockbuster The Message

Nothing on Twitch about this yet that I could see, so let’s play catchup – WWII espionage thriller The Message from Chen Kuo-Fu (Double Vision) and Gao Qunshu (Tokyo Trial) looks to be the next high-profile Chinese blockbuster. Mainland production giant Huayi Bros. are throwing money at it, along with an A-list cast (Zhou Xun, Li Bingbing, Huang Xiaoming, Wang Zhiwen), some pretty slick production design, an intriguing premise and lots of room for nationalist melodrama. Could be a classic, could just be an entertaining bucket of popcorn, but either way it’s looking very promising. Synopsis, a YouTube teaser, first trailer and relevant weblinks all follow after the break.
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Morse film nom fuels controversy

Morse film nom fuels controversy
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- American actor David Morse's nomination Wednesday for one of this year's Golden Horse Awards, which honor Chinese-language films, has sparked a dispute within the nominating committee and among members of the media over the matter of language. Morse was nominated for his performance in Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia's Double Vision, even though his dialogue is completely in English. The movie, helmed by Taiwan's Chen Kuo-fu, is the first Taiwanese film Columbia Asia has invested in since the worldwide smash Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Golden Horse executive committee official Ya-Mei Li admitted that the choice of Morse had been contested, but she said jury members found Morse's performance compelling enough to take a chance. She added, however, that "there are no rules about the language used by actors, only about the main language of the movie, and on that count, Double Vision conforms to the regulations."

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