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Celebrate David Bowie's Music, Charm, & Peen In The HIGHlariously Honest Trailer For Labyrinth!

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It's been difficult to come to terms with the passing of David Bowie.

By far the best way we've found to say goodbye is by celebrating the artist's countless contributions to pop culture.

Videos: Check Out Bowie's Most UNFORGETTABLE Moments In Music & Movies!

Well, Screen Junkies have taken that to the next level by dedicating an entire Honest Trailer to one of Bowie's most iconic roles — Jareth the Goblin King!

Ch-ch-check out the vid that may make you question your childhood feelings about Labyrinth (below)!

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Jennifer Connelly Remembers David Bowie As Extremely 'Kind' While Working With Him On Labyrinth — See Her Sweet Words

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We couldn't agree more!

David Bowie's death shocked the music world as several celebrities took to Twitter to pay tribute to the iconic rock star.

On top of that, the late night hosts pretty much all honored the Space Oddity singer in one way or another.

Video: Check Out All Of Bowie's UNFORGETTABLE Moments In Music & Movies!

But one celebrity who many people link to Bowie is Jennifer Connelly as she starred opposite the rock star in her breakout role in the 1986 film Labyrinth.

After the news of David's passing, we hadn't heard any immediate reaction from Connelly, but ET caught up with the actress last night at the 6th Biennial UNICEF Ball in Beverly Hills and asked her how she remembered him.

The Oscar-winning actress shared her thoughts about the 69-year-old's passing:

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David Bowie Had So Many Alter Egos — Who Was Your Favorite Version Of The Legendary Rock Star?!

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David Bowie may have passed this week, but his legacy will live on forever — and so will his iconic characters!

While we already took a look back at the Grammy winner's most unforgettable moments in music and film, we wanted to honor the legendary singer by taking a look at his most beloved characters he created throughout his life.

Related: David Bowie's Final Music Video Was About His Own Death!

And of course giving fans a chance to vote on the alter ego they love the most!

Ch-ch-check out the best of the best versions of Bowie — from Ziggy Stardust to the Goblin King — and let us know your favorite!

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David Bowie Had An UNFORGETTABLE Life In Music & Movies — Check Out His Best Moments!

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We miss him already.

When we learned that David Bowie passed, we were extremely saddened — but also flooded with memories of the sights and sounds of five decades of performance perfection.

The legendary artist gave us so much over the years, from hit songs like Space Oddity to films like Labyrinth.

While several celebrities and friends have taken to Twitter to remember the Grammy award winner, we thought we would honor him by looking back at all his best moments in entertainment!

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Jason Segel Developing New Goonies/Labyrinth Style Film!

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Oooh fun!

We're beginning to think being a famous actor was just part of Jason Segel's plan to eventually become movie mogul.

During a press interview for The Muppets, Jason revealed what his next plan is:

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R-Rated Puppet Movie In The Works!

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R-Rated Puppets? You’ve got our attention!

The English language Swedish film We R Animals will be the debut film of Thobias Hoffmen, and it hopes to go into production in 2011. We hope it does too!

They recently shot test footage in an effort to entice investors. We hope it works, because we can tell you we’re totally enticed!

Here’s what the director has said about the project:

Most characters in the movie will be played by hand puppets, with animatronic faces. The same kind of dolls that were used out to include Gremlins and Labyrinth. The only characters who are not puppets are people in the film, but you can count on one hand. The style of the movie, I would best describe with the words “a live-action version of a cartoon world.” A bit like an adaptation of a graphic novel. It is our world, yet not. As a living painting by CM Coolidge, which is drawing everything to a head.

And here is the official plot synopsis:

Snow White the rabbit is stuck in a sadistic man’s pet store, she craves for love but nobody wants to take her home. But one day the animals wreck havoc and they all escape, including Snow White. She gets lost with her newfound freedom and almost dies, until the nice old lady Alice saves her. Snow White would’ve had a bright future if not for Alice’s jealous and vindictive dogs, who call on their friend Flash, a shady and devious pimp cat. Together they plan to transform Alice’s apartment into a brothel for animals, and force Snow White and even the human Alice into prostitution.

We R Animals is a comic adventure, filled with drug using cats, horny dogs, cat-ninja assassins, vampire bats, cruelty and magic. In essence We R Animals is a love story told with warmth, where sometimes the laughter sits in the throat and forces us to question the morals and views of both animals and man.

We really hope they move forward with production on this film. Lots of wonderful things come from R-rated puppet films. Peter Jackson made Meet the Feebles in 1989, and later went on to direct the Lord of the Rings Trilogy.

Who knows…maybe the We R Animals director will go on to direct film adaptations of the collective works of Charles Dickens!

R U Intrigued by We R Animals?

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