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All of the glitz, glamor and cash in the world can't keep even celebrities from having the same superstitions as the rest of us. In light of Friday the 13th, take a look at 10 celebrity superstitions and see if your Hollywood idol needs a rabbit's foot to make it through the day.
With today's release of "The Expendables," a macho run through 1980's action films, and "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," a film coated in 8-bit NES references, the age of the Reagan-era remakes continues. Take a look through 11 such recent or upcoming retreads of synthesizer-accented flicks.
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