CATEGORIES Movies, Cinematical

- BBC Radio 5 Live has created this simple little infographic of the code of conduct all movie goers should follow.

- The worldwide rights and original film negatives for the Sylvester Stallone-starring softcore '70s film 'The Party at Kitty and Stud's' - AKA 'Italian Stallion' - are up for auction on eBay. The current asking price, after 31 bids, is $412,100.00.

- 'Lost' co-creator Damon Lindelof has a new blog entry up explaining why his extreme disappointment with 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' finally has him sympathizing with 'Lost' fans who hated the way it ended.

- The mysterious murder of publicist Ronni Chasen last week in Beverly Hills has rocked many Hollywood veterans. In particular, Leonard Maltin and Anne Thompson have both written interesting and heartfelt reactions to her surprising death and, as Maltin puts it, "the Hollywood you never read about."

- Wesley Snipes has been sentenced to three years in jail for tax evasion over a five year period; more specifically for deliberately failing to file tax returns in '99, '00 and '01.

- The first trailer for 'The Lincoln Lawyer,' based off of Michael Connelly's novel and starring Matthew McConaughey as a Beverly Hills lawyer, has hit online. Check it out:



- Speaking of trailers, prepare for a cuteness overload in the trailer for 'Born to be Wild,' a Warner Bros./IMAX documentary about people who care for injured and orphaned animals before they are re-released into the wild:



- 'Charles Bronson Kills Hipsters' is the greatest fake trailer you'll see all day:



- Bread People is exactly what it sounds like: a blog that mixes celebrities with their corresponding type of bread. There are a bunch of great movie-related ones in the mix, but for my money Vigo the Carpastryian is the best. [via @geekadelphia]