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Funny story: Clint Eastwood Wants It Known that He Dumped Wife Dina Before She Dumped Him

Clint Eastwood Wants It Known that He Dumped Wife Dina Before She Dumped Him

CARMEL, California - Clint Eastwood who gained worldwide fame after leaving the 50s television western series Rawhide and going to Italy to film the so-called Spaghetti Westerns is not a happy camper at the moment. Eastwood, who is 83, told Hollyw...
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Funny story: Clint Eastwood Given The Heave Ho By His Much Younger Wife Dina

Clint Eastwood Given The Heave Ho By His Much Younger Wife Dina

CARMEL, California - In what an inside source is calling a California shocker, Dina Eastwood,50, has dumped television and movie icon Clint Eastwood, 83, and will file for divorce. The couple who were married for 17 years had a good marriage for...
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Funny story: Spaghetti Westerns to attempt a comeback

Spaghetti Westerns to attempt a comeback

HOLLYWEIRD, CA - In an attempt to reduce spiraling production costs associated with special effects-laden fantasy and adventure movies, Hollywood filmmakers are making spaghetti Westerns again in the hope that these cheap films may make a comeback am...
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Funny story: Quentin Tarantino's The Fiscal Cliff

Quentin Tarantino's The Fiscal Cliff

Quentin Tarantino here, motherfuckers. Some people are saying my new movie Django Unchained takes a superficial view of history. They say my movies are about nothing, they're just a bunch of scenes I've recreated from older movies no one's ever heard of. You want to see a movie about something? You want social significance? My new movie is torn straight from the headlines. It makes St...
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