This week TIME celebrated The Godfather‘s 40th Anniversary with a list of interesting facts that you probably didn’t know about; a video of young Woody Allen surfaced in which he’s basically plotting his Award-winning movie Midnight in Paris to an audience at a standup show; and the official promo for MTV’s “Punk’d” came out. Yup, it’s Friday again. Catch up on some of this week’s news below.

  • New Information About The Godfather: This week The Godfather hit its 40 year anniversary. After four decades, it is still regarded as one of the greatest movies of all time. To celebrate this, TIME compiled a list of 40 interesting stories, anecdotes and tidbits from the film’s production. The list includes notes on the opening shot, alternate endings, casting choices, deleted scenes and more.
  • Badass Actors: Normally we don’t hear about Hollywood actors getting stabbed, but there are a few out there who have like Steve Buscemi and Jeremy Renner. Unreality Magazine compiled a list of ‘Five Badass Actors That Got Stabbed And Lived’. In their opinion, getting stabbed and living to tell the tale officially makes you way cooler.
  • 80s Movies: 80s movies aren’t the worst, but most aren’t the best, either. Still, there are a few movies from that decade that standout and still matter today. Unreality Magazine posted a list of ‘Seven 80s Movies That Somehow Didn’t Seem Cheesy Then’. The list includes titles like Karate Kid, Can’t Buy Me Love, and Valley Girl.
  • Criminally Underrated: And finally, Unreality Magazine posted a list of ‘Five Criminally Underrated Movies You Should See’. Basically, the list is a compilation of various movies that didn’t become hits until way after they were released. The list includes titles like The Beach, Rounders and Gattaca.

New Videos:

  • Woody Allen Plots Midnight In Paris During Standup: Woody Allen concocted the idea for his hit movie Midnight in Paris way before his twilight years. In the video below you’ll hear Allen doing a stand-up routine in which he describes his experiences with Ernest Hemingway, Gertrude Stein, and Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. It’s surreal!

That’s the end of our round-up. Keep checking back at ScreenCrave for more entertainment news.

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