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Morning Shots: Green Lantern, Amy Ryan, Penthouse, And The Facebook Movie

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If you haven't seen Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern from the cover of Entertainment Weekly, WHAT KIND OF POP CULTURE AFICIONADO ARE YOU?

NPR's project on Killer Thrillers — suspenseful, scary, or otherwise thrilling books — continues. It's time to vote!

There's news about Amy Ryan's possible future on The Office — a topic in which many people have taken an interest in light of Steve Carell's decision to leave after this season.

Do you miss Aaron Sorkin's fictionalized version of politics? Well, he's teed up for the John Edwards story.

Penthouse wants to buy Playboy. You will have to write your own jokes.

Do not read this half-intentionally, half-unintentionally hilarious discussion with the Twilight: Breaking Dawn screenwriter unless you are prepared for potentially spoiler-y information about ... That Scene, and how they're going to handle it.

The full trailer for the upcoming film The Social Network has appeared, and it's getting very good reviews. (The trailer, I mean.) While I agree that it's a very well-made trailer, I remain convinced that it's an uphill battle to get people to care about a movie about Facebook.

"Punctuation can go viral," and other observations about the appearance of a whole new brand of colon.

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