1. "Biff's Question Song": Thomas F. Wilson of Back to the Future fame on all those pesky fan queries.
["What's Michael J. Fox like?/He's an alien./Stop asking me the question."]
2. "Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition DVD replacement program": From the Digital Bits news wrap-up. Thanks to Ross Ruediger.
["Bonus content was omitted from the Superman III Deluxe Edition in the 14-disc Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition. Furthermore, disc one of Superman: The Movie Four Disc Special Edition did not include the Dolby Digital 2.0 mix. Neither disc is known to be physically defective in any way. Warner Home Video wants to extend apologies to all of our loyal Superman fans who've waited so patiently for these great collections and has taken immediate steps to correct these errors with the intention of standing behind our product 100%. Replacement discs can be obtained by calling: 800-553-6937. The exchange program applies only to purchases of the Superman III Deluxe Edition in the Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition and to disc one of Superman: The Movie Four Disc Special Edition, available as a single title, as well as in The Christopher Reeve Superman Collection and in the Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition."]
3. "Room to Dream": In which some of the peripheral characters from David Lynch's Inland Empire discuss...
["You're here, right?"]
4. "Bollywood star guilty of weapons charges": From CNN's news page.
["Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt was convicted on Tuesday of weapons charges in connection with a series of 1993 bomb blasts in India's worst terror attack. At the same time, Dutt was found not guilty of the more serious conspiracy charges in the 1993 bombings that killed 257 in Mumbai and wounded hundreds more. The Bollywood star had been charged with conspiracy, illegal possession of arms and trying to destroy evidence connected with an attack which shook India's financial and film capital."]
5. "Soderbergh Gets the Bronx Cheer": Well, he'll always have Paris.
["New Yorkers are a tough crowd—at least when it comes to Steven Soderbergh's latest picture. The director got the Bronx cheer at a DGA New York screening of "The Good German" followed by a Q&A Saturday night. The people who showed up seemed either familiar with Paul Attanasio and his adaptation of the book and/or intrigued by the movie's theme that depicts the post World War II race to nab German scientists between Russia and the U.S. The negative reaction seemed to stem from the film's emulative stylization and the uneven acting."]
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