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Byline: PHILIP BOOTH CORRESPONDENT
The sad news first: The "White Noise" opening today at multiplexes everywhere has nothing to do with Don DeLillo's acclaimed 1985 literary novel of the same name, a movie adaptation of which is being directed by Barry Sonnenfeld ("Men in Black") and written by Stephen Schiff.
Even worse, the latter film, if and when it's released later this year, presumably will be forced to assume a new name, just because it made it to theaters last. Is that fair?
This week's "White Noise" is a supernatural thriller starring Michael Keaton, the one-time Caped Crusader, who hasn't looked this weather-beaten since 1988's "Clean …