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Pacino to play Spector; Wale vs. Tokyo Police Club on Pennsylvania Ave.; ICP talk about their faith

phil spectorThat Al Pacino will play Phil Spector in a movie is probably the best news the record producer has heard in a while.

By David Malitz

- Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino is set to take on the role of legendary/disgraced record producer Phil Spector in an upcoming HBO biopic to be written and directed by David Mamet.

- Local rap hero Wale will face off with indie upstarts Tokyo Police Club in a unique battle concert in D.C. on Saturday, Oct. 30. The Red Bull-sponsored event will put the acts on two opposite stages with crowd members in the middle at Pennsylvania Ave. and 4th St. NW. That's the same day as the Jon Stewart/Stephen Colbert rallies on the Mall.

- Insane Clown Posse have been doing it for God all along. An interview with the Guardian delves into this topic and also features the line: "I suddenly wonder, halfway through our interview, if I am looking at two men in clown make-up who are suffering from depression."

By David Malitz  | October 12, 2010; 9:40 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Insane Clown Posse, Phil Spector, Tokyo Police Club, Wale  
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