Page 2: The Princess Bride, Banksy, Jaws, Christina Hendricks, Eerie Indiana, Tree Of Life, Neill Blomkamp's Elysium, Ghostbusters 3, Ashton Kutcher, Clueless, Stan Winston

The Sandlot's Marty "Yeah-Yeah" York and Patrick "Ham" Renna reunite at LA Fitness in Hollywood where York is a personal trainer. [tmz via tdw]

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!

Paramount Pictures have officially announced that a director's cut of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never will be released in theaters for one-week-only on February 25th 2011 with  40 Minutes of New Footage. [thr]

Empire has an international British quad poster for Limitless.

Buzz Sugar shows you how to Throw a Social Network-Themed Oscar Party.

Phantom City Creative created this awesome poster for the TIFF Bell Lightbox screening of The Princess Bride. [twitch]

Ksenia Solo has been cast in the pilot for Fox's adaptation of the comic book Locke & Key. [NiceGirlsTV]

If you watch Jaws backwards... [myconfined]

Empire Magazine lists 9 Upcoming Movie-Related Games You Should Know About.

The Statesman is a real life superhero "patrolling the streets of Birmingham in the West Midlands to prevent crime." [bleedingcool]

EGOtv lists The 7 Best Battle Scenes In Movie History, complete with videos.

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RedBubble is selling a Ms. Kitty/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles mash-up t-shirt titled "Teenage Mutant Ninja Kitty". [shirtoid]

Ivan Retiman says its totally possible that Ashton Kutcher could be in Ghostbusters 3. I wouldn't count on it. [digitalspy]

Stan Winston's Family is starting an On-Line School — Stan Winston School of Character Arts will be launched in association with the Los Angeles-based institution Gnomon. [brew]

Australian cake maker Sweet Libertine Cakes crafted this 3 tier Rum and Raisin Chocolate Jawa cake with a 1×5 inch carved cake on top. [theforce]

Buzzfeed lists The 10 Best Directors Who've Never Won An Oscar.

MsLongworth has spotted a possibly new Banksy creation in Los Angeles. [LAist]

Two-time Oscar nominated cinematographer Don Peterman (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home) has passed away at the age of 79. [trekmovie]

Christina Hendricks introduces a clip from the animated All Star Superman movie, in which she voices Lois Lane. [mtv]

Pajiba lists the Five Least Slick Car Salesmen in movie history.

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The Paranormal Activity: Sanctuary iPhone app will augment your reality with ghosts. [appadvice]

FX legend Douglas Trumbull talks about working on Tree of Life:

Trumbull describes this film as "more of a 'man's place in the universe' concept, because it's really talking about the entire universe and where we fit into it." Little else has been revealed about The Tree of Life, due for release in May. "It's a very, very cosmic and very spiritual movie," promises Trumbull. "A movie that, in style and content, is quite different from anything you're seeing." [firstshowing]

/Film reader Peter Breese paints a tribute to Black Swan.

Screenwriter Juliet Snowden (Knowing) has a new suspense short story A Midnight For Dying over at Popcorn Fiction. Thanks to /Film reader Chris Y for the tip.

"A Midnight for Dying" tells the tale of a neighbor in desperate need of help and the family across the street who reluctantly obliges. Since Snowden is one-half of the husband and wife team who wrote the films KNOWING and BOOGEYMAN, you can guess that something odd (and frightening) is going to happen next.

JustJenn created a batch of The Walking Dead cupcakes.

Entertainment Weekly has one of those annoying one-item-per-page slideshow lists of the 10 Deserving Winners (Who Should Have Won Sooner).

Electricspoofalo have posted a rap done by the characters in the Oscar nominated movies this year. Thanks to /Film reader Matthew B for the tip.

Ranker has listed All 39 80s References in the "Take Me Home Tonight" Video

Mike Mitchell created this Star Wars-inspired CAT-CAT design, which is available on a t-shirt. [laughingsquid]

The Sixth Wall lists the 10 best movies about virginity.

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The Daily has posted Part 1 of two-part behind the scenes feature sitting down with Aaron McBride, the visual effects director for "Iron Man 2" at Industrial Light and Magic. He gives a walk-through of the process of turning the barren present day 1964 World's Fair site into "The Stark World's Fair".

Cracked lists 5 Hollywood Secrets That Explain Why So Many Movies Suck.

SweetSugarbelle designed these Star Wars cookies.

Josh Olson provides commentary for the movie trailer for The African Queen in the latest edition of Trailers From Hell.

MovieWallpaper has a new photo from Dream House, starring Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz.

The Film Stage lists their Most-Anticipated Films of 2011.

Damon Lindelof and Roberto Orci are locked in a hotel room working on the screenplay for Star Trek 2. [twitter]

San Francisco Mission locals are going to be performing a stage production of Clueless.  They have six shows scheduled – April 8, 9, 10,15, 16, 17 – which will premier at Engine Works, 190 Capp. Tickets are $10. The show's creators describe the project:

AS IF: Like, a Performance, Duh!" is a play in four acts, taking inspiration from the film Clueless while constructing a new space for it to thrive in. We plan to create an all-encompassing environment that moves the audience not just through the story but through the experience of adolescence: re-living the excitement and fear of walking down the school hallways, going to the parties, figuring out who we were and who we wanted to be, and like, picking out what to wear in the morning! [SFist]

Joe Dante reminds us that his old television series Eerie Indiana is now available on Netflix Instant. [twitter]

Matt Damon talked to EyeWitness about Neill Blomkamp's highly secretive sci-fi thriller Elysium:

"I've never done anything quite like this and I kind of responded to what's out there and what's in and what's good. The movie is going to be good, he showed me basically the entire world which he's going to build and it's really, really exciting. And I can't wait!"