So today IMDb.com features a umich.edu article. For those not familiar with the site (I'm assuming most, at least as far as reading articles and what have you) this is very uncommon. Typically the featured articles are from other film websites, however, the Center for Japanese Studies at UM has been highlighted today. Most around here are probably not familiar with Yasujiro Ozu, a famous Japanese director (Tokyo Story being his most well known), but he is the subject of the article. Most probably won't find it too interesting, but I personally found it interesting that one of the other websites I frequently visit featured the Michigan website today. Also, I watch a lot of older Japanese movies, so I've seen a lot of Ozu's films.
Perhaps of slightly more interest to people around the board: Happy Birthday Harrison Ford. He is 68 today, comes out with a new movie in the Fall called 'Morning Glory' (it's not about what you're thinking perv) that actually looks pretty good. Hopefully it gets him out of the sort of slump that he's in (but really, can Harrison Ford actually go into a slump or are people just not seeing the awesomeness that is the legend? I'm guessing the latter). For me and most, he will always be best remembered for Indiana Jones, Han Solo, the blade runner Rick Deckard, and Sgt. Joe Gavilan from Hollywood Homicide... well maybe not the last one.
EDIT: Seeing the mass of OT buttered on the board right now, maybe not the best time for this. Sorry, two more appeared as I was typing it