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Your Day in Pop Culture (Friday, Nov. 22, 2013)

This Day in Pop Culture History
1995: Toy Story hits theaters, becoming the first feature-lenght all-CGI movie and launching an unprecedented run of critical and box office success for Pixar Studios.

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1940: Terry Gilliam, director (The Fisher King, 12 Monkeys, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas)
1958: Jamie Lee Curtis, actress (Halloween series, Freaky Friday)
1965: Mads Mikkelsen, actor (Casino Royale, Hannibal, King Arthur)
1966: Michael K. Williams, actor (The Wire, Boardwalk Empire)
1967: Mark Raffalo, actor (The Avengers, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Now You See Me, The Kids Are All Right)
1984: Scarlett Johansson, actress (The Avengers, Ghost World, Girl with a Pearl Earring, Lost in Translation, Her)

Who's on What Tonight? Your Guide to Late-Night TV
LETTERMAN: The Colbert Report's Stephen Colbert, Adrienne Iapalucci, J. Roddy Walston and the Business
LENO: The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, John Downer, musician Cassadee Pope
FALLON: Comedian Sarah Silverman, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire's Lenny Kravitz, chef Michael Anthony
FERGUSON: Tim Meadows, author Helen Fielding

In Theaters This Weekend
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: Do we really need to explain the sequel to The Hunger Games? This thing is going to make at least $150 million during its opening weekend.
Delivery Man: Can Vince Vaughn be funny again?
Your Day in Pop Culture (Friday, Nov. 22, 2013) Reviewed by Popculturology on 11/22/2013 Rating: 5

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