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15 Fake Newspapers From Movies And TV

22 January 2013 No Comment

Newspapers on the screen are usually used to get some dramatic plot point across through a big headline. But sometimes smaller, more interesting stories crop up along the way.

AMC's “The Killing” (2011)

“Sea Otter Spotted Eating in Local Cafe; Patrons Stunned by Visitor”

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Source: @timcarvell  /  via: vulture.com

“St. Elmo's Fire” (1985)

What about a Korean lobbyist?

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Source: @DogFromDuckHunt

“Runaway Bride” (1999)

In this movie, Richard Gere plays Ike Graham, a fictional columnist for USA Today who writes a scandalous piece about Julia Roberts' character Maggie Carpenter.

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She sends in this well-written retort, and Ike is promptly fired.

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