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by Steven Roberts

When Method Man mentioned to MTV News last September that he Ghostface and Raekwon were gearing up to release a collaborative album, anticipation started to mount. With arguably three of the most popular Wu-members collaborating, director Rik Cordero wanted to make a movie out of the event. When Def Jam commissioned the music video director to make three trailers for the album he drew inspiration from director David Fincher’s "Se7en."

“I was commissioned by Def Jam to do Wu-Massacre trailers, and basically there are three trailers, all based on the movie 'Se7en,'" Cordero said. “So basically Ghost, Rae, and Meth do all these criminal acts that are based on the sins. It’s pretty dope that we had a Morgan Freeman-esque character and Brad Pitt character stumble upon these crime scenes, and Meth, Rae, and Ghost leave their marks.” Read More...

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Yesterday, MTV's Eric Ditzian ran through five of the best movie gifts -- which is to say, gifts given in movies -- a person could ask for. From Buzz Lightyear in "Toy Story" (personally, I'd prefer a TurboMan from "Jingle All the Way") to the self-lacing Nike sneakers in "Back to the Future Part II," Eric shared some great holiday gift ideas. You probably won't be able to get your hands on any of them at this late hour, but you can at least look at the pictures and sigh wistfully at the missed opportunities.

I'm back today with another gifts list. Except these are prezzies that you're not going to find under the tree when you stumble into the living room on the morning of December 25. The history of cinema is rife with great examples of poor gift-giving, and I've collected some of the worst right here. So hit the jump and enjoy MTV's Guide to Crappy Christmas Gifts in Movies! Read More...

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by Jett Wells

Funny might not be the first word you think of when you think of Brad Pitt, but don’t fool yourselves. He’s hilarious. That’s main thing I took from Quentin Tarantino’s "Inglourious Basterds," in which the actor plays the bloodthirsty Lt. Aldo Raine. In retrospect, Pitt’s frequently been a funny guy playing serious roles. Only in his most recent roles has he really experimented with satire and overt comedy.

To honor Pitt’s comedic edge, we’ve compiled a list of the highlights. Some of the picks might seem odd, but each role has pockets of punchy gags. Just take a look at this moment from "Inglourious Basterds" and tell me it's not funny:


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