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What is Page 2? Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 40 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. If you have any interesting items that we might’ve missed that you think should go in /Film’s Page 2 – email us!

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A couple new t-shirts have hit the tee of the day websites:

  • Today’s t-shirt on Ript Apparel Gremlinz, a design by Gimetzco!, a company which has produced t-shirt/cd art for national ska & punk bands like Phantom Planet, Reel Big Fish, Ozma & Weezer. The design features a bunch of evil Gremlins driving a 1970′s AMC Gremlin car with Gizmo tied to the roof. You can purchase the t-shirt for only $10 plus shipping. The design is available today (Thursday, December 9th 2010) and today only.
  • Today’s t-shirt on Teefury is a Watchmen/Star Wars mash-up titled “Who Watches the Empire” created by Jonah Block. You can purchase the t-shirt for only $9 plus shipping. The design is available today (Thursday, December 9th 2010) and today only.

Check out the designs in higher resolution after the jump.

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How does the Los Angeles-based Gallery 1988 top their Crazy4Cult show? By announcing a team-up with The Autumn Society for something they are calling “The 3G Show”. A Pop-Culture art show in tribute to Ghostbusters, Goonies, and Gremlins. 3 movies that defined our generation. How cool is that? The show will have their grand opening on Friday September 3rd from 7-10pm, and will run until September 22nd 2010. The show features new art from /Film favorites like Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo, among a variety of other awesome artists.

You may recall that we’ve posted two previews from the upcoming show the first one with  over 25 images, a second preview with another 20 pieces of art, and a third preview with 24 more pieces of artwork. You thought that was it, right? You were wrong. After the jump I have compiled an additional collection of 32 awesome pieces created for this exhibition.

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How does the Los Angeles-based Gallery 1988 top their Crazy4Cult show? By announcing a team-up with The Autumn Society for something they are calling “The 3G Show”. A Pop-Culture art show in tribute to Ghostbusters, Goonies, and Gremlins. 3 movies that defined our generation. How cool is that? The show will have their grand opening on Friday September 3rd from 7-10pm, and will run until September 22nd 2010. The show features new art from /Film favorites like Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo, among a variety of other awesome artists.

You may recall that we’ve posted two previews from the upcoming show the first one with  over 25 images, and a second preview with another 20 pieces of art. After the jump I have compiled an additional collection of 24 awesome pieces created for this exhibition.

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How does the Los Angeles-based Gallery 1988 top their Crazy4Cult show? By announcing a team-up with The Autumn Society for something they are calling “The 3G Show”. A Pop-Culture art show in tribute to Ghostbusters, Goonies, and Gremlins. 3 movies that defined our generation. How cool is that? The show will have their grand opening on Friday September 3rd from 7-10pm, and will run until September 22nd 2010. Which means I’ll be at Telluride just in time to miss this awesome art exhibition, and will be in Toronto for the Toronto Film Festival and Austin for Fantastic Fest, before the show even concludes. But I can still admire from afar. The show features new art from /Film favorites like Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo.

You may recall that we posted a preview featuring over 25 images from the upcoming show. After the jump I have compiled an additional collection of over 20 awesome pieces created for this exhibition. We should have a third compilation later this week or early next week, so keep checking back.

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How does the Los Angeles-based Gallery 1988 top their Crazy4Cult show? By announcing a team-up with The Autumn Society for something they are calling “The 3G Show”. A Pop-Culture art show in tribute to Ghostbusters, Goonies, and Gremlins. 3 movies that defined our generation. How cool is that? The show will have their grand opening on Friday September 3rd from 7-10pm, and will run until September 22nd 2010. Which means I’ll be at Telluride just in time to miss this awesome art exhibition, and will be in Toronto for the Toronto Film Festival and Austin for Fantastic Fest, before the show even concludes. But I can still admire from afar. The show features new art from /Film favorites like Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo. After the jump I have compiled a collection of some of the awesome pieces being created for this show which have already been posted online.
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VW See Film Differently Ad

I admire Volkswagen for their support of independent film over the past decade. If you attend a regional or big time film festival, you’re likely to see them listed as a sponsor on the big screen before each film. In the past, we’ve featured some of their “See Film Differently” television spots which featured film fanatics sharing their vastly different interpretations of classic movies (if you haven’t seen those, check them out now). Last year we featured a series of “See Film Differently” ads directed by Seth Gordon, the filmmaker behind The King of Kong: A Fist Full of Quarters.

/Film reader James F recently sent over a couple of print ads that VW is running that “see films differently” by presenting them in police reports, Insurance Filings, and other forms. Check them out after the jump and try to figure out what movies each form represts.

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Gremlins Poster

A couple weeks back it was rumored that a third Gremlins film was in the very early stages of development, and that it was being created with 3-D in mind. If that is true, someone forgot to tell executive producer Steven Spielberg and screenwriter (now director) Chris Columbus.

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