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“Evil Dead,” which opens on April 5, 2013 and is rated “R,” stars Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Jessica Lucas, Ellen Sandweiss, Bob Dorian, Lou Taylor Pucci, Elizabeth Blackmore, Phoenix Connolly, Jim McLarty, Sian Davis, Randal Wilson and Rupert Degas from writer and director Fede Alvarez.

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Exclusive: Krystyn Lambert Talks Make Believe

The producers are behind this fascinating new documentary that takes viewers into the world of magic!

Ardent fans of The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters have a new documentary to worship and obsess over. From the executive producers of that fan favorite comes the all-new masterpiece of fascination, Make Believe. This coming of age journey is set in the quirky subculture of magic, and it follows six of the world's best young magicians as they battle for the title of Teen World Champion.

Much as The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters pitted the heroic Steve Wiebe against douche supreme Billy Mitchell, Make Believe also find the perfect rivalry in lovable, self-taught magicianHiroki Hara, who hails from a small town in the middle of nowhere Japan. And his nemesis Krystyn Lambert, a seemingly privileged blonde haired beauty who is accused of coasting on her looks more than her skills as a magician.
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Harry Potter Creates Magic Craze

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Harry Potter Creates Magic Craze
American children are flocking to magic classes so they can be like their hero Harry Potter. The phenomenal success of the four books about the child wizard and the forthcoming movie have children as young as five rushing to sign up for magic classes. Bob Dorian from the Magic Castle in Los Angeles says, "Our children's magic classes have more kids than ever before. "The Harry Potter books have had a definite effect on the number of children becoming interested in magic, the numbers of children in the classes is rising dramatically because of the books. We get lots of calls from parents who want to enrol their kids in classes because they love the books so much. For the first time this year we held a series of classes for really young kids so they can learn the basics. Harry Potter has made the craft cool again, for years it was seen as a very nerdy thing to be interested in." Julio Ramirez, who runs The World Of Magic And Fun in San Antonio, admits, "Children are coming in with their parents buying up all the basic magic toys so they can be like their hero Harry Potter. The children are always buying the magic wands."

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