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Stuff we missed over the weekend

This year's White House Correspondents Association Dinner went down without an awesome speech from Stephen Colbert, but this gossipy Washington Post story says that Larry David scored a choice seat near the bungler-in-chief, and that Laurie David—a producer of An Inconvenient Truth, also Larry's wife—helped Sheryl Crow start some shit with Karl Rove.

Actress Adrienne Shelly, who was found murdered in her New York apartment in November, won some posthumous recognition for her final film, Waitress, at the Sarasota Film Festival on Saturday, Reuters reports.

George Clooney's production company will remake the political documentary Our Brand Is Crisis as a dark comedy, according to Variety.


"We can't stop here! This is bat country!" Johnny Depp may end up playing Hunter S. Thompson again, this time in an adaptation of Thompson's recently resurrected novel The Rum Diary. (Variety)

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