Will The Royal Marriage Be A Fairy Tale, Too?
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'Shop Talk': 'Birthers' Target Obama's Academics
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Dwight Thompson (above right) spoke about The Kissing Case with his brother, James Hanover Thompson — and with his sister, Brenda Lee Graham (below). They spoke at StoryCorps in Wilmington, N.C. StoryCorps hide caption

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'The Kissing Case' And The Lives It Shattered
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Honor among 'Assassins': A one-time student (Tsuyoshi Ihara, left) and a young warrior-in-training (Masataka Kubota) join the former's teacher, Shinzaemon, in a quest to rid 19th-century Japan of a sadistic warlord. Magnet Releasing hide caption

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To fill out the full-length documentary, Herzog interviewed a variety of oddball characters, including a pelt-wearing, bone-flute-playing enthusiast named Wulf Hein (left). Marc Valesella/IFC Films hide caption

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Small fish, big pond: Stan Herd (John Hawkes) arrives in Manhattan ready to win over Donald Trump's company, literally mortgaging his future to build an "earthwork" on a plot of Trump-owned land. Shadow Distribution hide caption

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Three Books To Take To A Fistfight
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Steve Carell's Michael Scott is saying goodbye to Dunder Mifflin — and the employees he's managed (and mortified) over the years. Trae Patton/NBC Universal hide caption

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Michael Scott: So Long, Loser (We'll Really Miss You)
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