Hollywood's double names--Projects with the same titles (like ''O'' the Shakespeare flick and ''O'' the magazine) confuse us

By Brian M. Raftery
Updated March 31, 2000 at 05:00 AM EST
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If These Walls Could Talk

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Just when we figured out the differences between Malcolm in the Middle and Malcolm & Eddie, Hollywood had to go all crazy and unleash even more similar-sounding projects. Now we’ve been puzzling over Titus the movie vs. Titus the sitcom. Herewith, a guide to the titular tangles.

TITUS
Recent Fox film about a dysfunctional ruling-class family; features people with blue faces

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New Fox comedy about a dysfunctional working-class family; features people using blue language

IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK
HBO original movie that examines the history of a notable house; features proud homosexuals </p<

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Home and Garden Television show that examines the history of notable houses; features proud homeowners

WONDERLAND
ABC drama that chronicles the lives of mental patients out of their wits; includes an oversize syringe

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Cannes flick that chronicles the lives of downtrodden Brits; features an oversize ensemble cast

O
Upcoming flick (short for Othello) featuring blond actress Julia Stiles; from drama king Shakespeare

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Upcoming magazine (short for Oprah) said to feature blond ”actress” Jewel; from daytime drama queen Oprah

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