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'The Hobbit' budget breakdown, the Winklevoss twins go from Facebook to fashion and more

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The Hobbit Baggins

$380,000 worth of coffee, $9,180,000 on set construction and $1.5 million for craft services are among the line items in the $150 million budget for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. [Forbes]

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss — best know for their battle with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg — have provided funding to Hukkster, a service that alerts shoppers when their wish-list products go on sale. [WWD]

Jessica Simpson served as a bridesmaid to former personal assistant CaCee Cobb at Cobb’s wedding to Happily Divorced star Donald Faison. [Huffington Post]

See the furniture, jewelry, drawings and other artifacts that surrounded reclusive writer Emily Dickinson during the 20 years she stayed holed up on her family’s compound in Amherst, MA. [Flavorwire]

See the sought-after Blade Runner, Kill Bill and Star Trek AP prints that illustrator Craig Drake will offer up for sale starting tomorrow. [Collider]

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