|Genres||Comedy, Short Film|
|US Release Date||01/25/2008|
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Roundup of the day's news from Hollywood.
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HOLLYWOOD, July 19, 2000 -- Have you ever noticed that the first three letters in "Godzilla" spell "God"? If not, come meet the people who have: the fanatics who gathered at G-fest 2000 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel last weekend to cheer, clap and whistle every time the new "Godzilla 2000" trailer played -- which was about 15 times a day for three consecutive days. In the off chance that you’re not one of the radioactive reptile's many followers, G-Fest is an annual three-day convention abou
HOLLYWOOD, May 18, 2000 -- Do kids still like dinosaurs? Is Woody Allen still funny? Was Andy Dick ever funny? And will "Battlefield Earth" implode? This weekend, all these questions will be answered. "Dinosaur," Disney's computer-animated, kiddie-themed take on the "Jurassic Park" phenomenon, makes its long anticipated debut this week, posing the first serious threat to knock "Gladiator" (which, as of Tuesday, had raked in $79 million and counting) from the No. 1 position at the box office. It
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