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Movie News Roundup: David Lynch Shops Doc About Himself, David Mamet Loves Tim Allen, Sahara Still Sucks
700 extra hours -- yes, you read that correctly -- from David Lynch's Inland Empire have been culled into a documentary about David Lynch that is titled Lynch and is being pimped to international buyers at Cannes by Lynch himself. -Cinematical
Comic book author/graphic novelist Frank Miller will write and direct the live-action feature film adaptation of the Will Eisner comic book series "The Spirit" about a man who fakes his own death so he can fight crime from the shadows of Central City. - Variety
David Faustino AKA Bud Bundy on Married With Children was arrested for pot possession after a humiliating public argument with his ex-wife. -The Smoking Gun
A restored version of the 3D John Wayne film Hondo will screen at Cannes on May 21. -Videography
Yes, Sly Stallone, steroids are illegal in Australia. -AP
The bright shining star of David Mamet's latest film? Tim Allen. He'll lead the "mixed martial arts drama" Redbelt whose cast includes actors Chiwetel Ejiofor, Emily Mortimer, Joe Mantegna and (Mamet's wife) Rebecca Pidgeon along with martial artists Randy Couture, John Machado, Danny Inosanto, Enson Inoue and Ray Mancini. -Variety
Judgment in the Sahara trial is a draw. Clive Cussler must pay Phil Anschutz's company Crusader Entertainment $5 million, but Crusader might have to pay Cussler $8.5 million. Everybody doesn't win. Yay! -The Hollywood Reporter
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