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Arcade Fire are celebrating Halloween with a bit of a trick and a treat.  

The band released a short horror film Friday called Festi, which features the band celebrating multi-instrumentalist Will Butler's 27th birthday while on tour at a festival. There's party with friends the National and Fleet Foxes, and then things turn grim when someone unleashes Jim Morrison's spirit from a bottle of wine and it goes on to wreak havoc on the gang. 

Watch Arcade Fire Discuss Rise to Fame on 'CBS Sunday Morning'

The film's pretty low quality all around and likely not going to win any Oscars, but they get props for making it anyway. That's the treat. 

Now for the tricks. The film's end credits, would have you believe it also features Slash and ZZ Top as themselves. Phil Collins is also credited as Guard #1, LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy as Sad DJ and Andrew Garfield as Spiderman. But, so far as we can tell, none of them are in this. Even still, various press outlets and fans have picked up the news and promoted it as such. (If we missed any of their cameos, we know at least it's the band's Regine Chassagne playing Slash and ZZ Top is not one man, it's a band, and that man there is not a member.)

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Taylor Swift's unstoppable new album, 1989, may sell 1.25 million copies in its first week, so suggest industry forecasters. The album could even...

Morning television personalities Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan delivered a spoof of the music video for Taylor Swift's hit "Shake It Off," roping in a bunch of celebrities for assistance. 

Watch Taylor Swift Dance to Iggy Azalea

To start, the Live! with Kelly and Michael hosts goof around in the clip, jumping in and out of a remaking of the video, as well as cameoing characters from other popular TV show spoofs such as Madmen, Downton Abbey and Orange is the New Black

Eventually, others get in on the silly fun, including Hugh Jackman, Tina Fey, Anderson Cooper, Matthew Broderick, Kerry Washington, Luke Wilson, Mario Lopez, Sofia Vergara, Ted Danson, Emma Stone, Josh Groban, The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan, and even Bill O'Reilly. Oh yeah, and even Swift gets in on the fun. 

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