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Wes Anderson accepting an award as a weasel. From New York Magazine's Vulture.

Wes Anderson accepting an award as a weasel. From New York Magazine's Vulture.

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Slyvester Stallone with Roger Rabbit. From Vulture.

Slyvester Stallone with Roger Rabbit. From Vulture.

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Jack brings pizza home, but David’s gone. He calls David’s cell phone, then goes to David’s mother’s house — there’s a little rabbit statue outside, Alice-style.
Lost Recapt: Vanity Mirror,” by Emily Nussbaum, Vulture, February 24, 2010
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James Marsden’s New Roommate Is a Computer-Generated Easter Bunny

Sorry, No Pancakes: James Marsden has joined Russell Brand’s voice in the cast of the live action/CG-hybrid I Hop. Directed by Tim Hill, the man behind Alvin and the Chimpmunks, I Hop follows a slacker (Marsden) who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny (Brand’s voice) and must take him in as he recovers. Then it turns into the 2010 version of the Odd Couple, with poker-playing old guys replaced by a lazy twentysomething and an imaginary rabbit.

NYM’s Vulture. Thank you, Josh.
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Wes Anderson’s acceptance speech at the NBR Ceremony. From Vulture.
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I still believe in Santa, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and true love.
Dolly Parton, Spinner by way of New York Magazine's Vulture
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James Cameron’s forthcoming Avatar is terrifying for studio executives, and not just because Cameron himself designed the thanator, the scariest monster in the film which makes the queen from Alien look like a bunny rabbit.
Fox Hedges James Cameron’s Avatar, Price Tag Nears $500 Million,” by Zeke Turner, New York Magazine's Vulture, November 8, 2009
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January Jones is jumping with rabbits.

Rabbit Tale: January Jones has signed on to star opposite Nic Cage in “The Hungry Rabbit Jumps,” which isn’t actually about rabbits. Instead, it’s about a man (Cage) who enlists a vigilante group to help him go after his wife’s (Jones) attackers. He promises the group a favor for its help, but when it comes time to repay, he finds himself in a bit of a bind. Presumably, a famished Roger Rabbit will make a cameo.

From New York Magazine's Vulture and The Hollywood Reporter

Now, if only they’d bring a bunny to Mad Men…