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News Briefing: Carell Hosts Charity Screening of `Get Smart’

By Kate Golden on June 20, 2008One Comment
  • Steve Carell hosts a charity screening of ‘Get Smart.’  [Associated Press]
  • Japanese police arrested two Greenpeace activists on suspicion of stealing about fifty pounds of whale meat.  [Associated Press]
  • The ACLU files a request in Dallas to have two Muslim organizations removed from a list of unindicted co-conspirators in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing case.  [Dallas Morning News]
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  • patrick says:

    Get Smart looks okay over all though it seems like Steve Carell is veering toward an excess of slapstick humor

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