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    Ron Howard Takes Over New ‘Han Solo’ Film

    After days of speculation, the Oscar-winning filmmaker Ron Howard has signed on to take over as director of Disney and Lucasfilm’s untitled standalone Han Solo movie. The announcement was posted on StarWars.com on Thursday. The movie’s original directors, Phil Lord and Chris Miller (“The Lego Movie”), were reportedly fired this week by Lucasfilm President Kathleen […]

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    Diane Keaton Comes Clean About Coping With Bulimia

    Roasting his frequent costar and former girlfriend Diane Keaton at the American Film Awards gala on June 9, Woody Allen joked about the eating disorder she hid from him when they were dating.  “I didn’t know many things until I read her books,” Allen told the star-studded crowd at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre, where the 71-year-old actress was […]

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    What The Cast Of ‘Family Ties’ Looks Like Today

    Among the many television families we’ve encountered over our years glued to the TV set it seems certain that the ‘Family Ties’ cast is one of the most beloved. Week after week viewers flocked to the box to see what the Keatons had in store for America — and it was rarely a letdown. Perhaps unintentionally, […]

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    This 1959 Chevrolet Viking Bus Gets A Striking Makeover

    Spend the night in an old bus? At first glance, most people would not think that this 1959 Chevrolet Viking was a hotel on wheels, but architect Will Winkelman has transformed the vintage bus into an extra room with its own private facilities. Winkelman was hired by the bus’ owners to take the bus and […]

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    Oscar Legend Daniel Day-Lewis Retiring From Acting

    It is a sad day for fans of brilliant performances. Daniel Day-Lewis has retired from acting, the Oscar-winner’s rep confirmed on Tuesday. “Daniel Day-Lewis will no longer be working as an actor. He is immensely grateful to all of his collaborators and audiences over the many years,” the statement reads. “This is a private decision […]

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    Unforgettable Facts Of Life We Learned From The Honeymooners

    Sometimes life gets tough. Lucky for us, The Honeymooners, helped us chill out a little for the time being by supplying us with life lessons embedded within each episode. Ralph Kramden, Alice Kramden, and Ed Norton were just everyday people just like you and me. What made that great was that they were humans. They made mistakes and […]

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    Shakey’s Pizza, The Secret Was Always In The Crust

    If you’ve ever heard ragtime piano music and the first thing you think of is pizza, you are likely one of the millions that has dined at Shakey’s Pizza. Perhaps you celebrated a birthday there, or met with your Little League team, or maybe your family just wanted an inexpensive way to avoid cooking dinner […]

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    The Gong’s All Here Again And It’s Totally Bonkers

    The Gong Show, one of television’s most iconic renown amateur talent contests, is returning to our TV screens on ABC beginning Thursday, June 22 at 10 p.m EST. ABC has ordered a 10-episode run of the reboot, which will be executive produced by Will Arnett, the network said in a news release. Arnett will not be […]

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    Kodak’s Super 8 Comeback Is Leading A Whole New Wave Of Retro Nostalgia

    We’ve had the vinyl revival – now physical film is now making a comeback. The Kodak Super 8 camera puts a digital spin on a 52-year-old format: “It’s going to change the way Super 8 is used,” says Josh Robertson, a film community manager at Kodak. First announced in January 2016, a small number of […]

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    Seeing These Items Will Make You Want To Be Young Again

    Good old nostalgia always has the same outcome. Whenever I see these I am always reminded of playing with that slinky, having a mad crush on Olivia Newton-John, writing down pretend conversations with a prospective girlfriend, toying with the idea of an afro and also having these essential items in my life …….!   Fortune […]

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    This John Denver Hit Was Banned From The Radio

    In John Denver’s autobiography, he states: “I remember, almost to the moment, when that song started to take shape in my head. We were working on the next album and it was to be called Mother Nature’s Son, after the the Beatles song, which I’d included. It was set for release in September. In mid-August, […]

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    The Unknown Facts We Never Knew About Fred Astaire

    Fred Astaire  (originally born as Frederick Austerlitz) was born on May 10, 1899, and he passed away on June 22, 1987. He was a well known jack of all trades prodigy in the entertainment industry. Astaire was American dancer, a singer, an actor, a choreographer and a television presenter! Talk about multi-tasking, right?! Fred Astaire’s stage and consecutive motion […]

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    These Facts About The Cabbage Patch Kids Are Too Strange to Make Up

    If you were a kid in the 80s, there was no doll more coveted than a Cabbage Patch. For unlucky parents this usually meant a trip to the local toy store come Christmas. After wrestling with other shoppers “ clawing at each other for the years most coveted model“ you were lucky if you manage […]

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    When The Stones Came Rolling In

    On June 5th, 1964, the Rolling Stones kicked off their first U.S. tour at Southern California’s San Bernardino Swing Auditorium in support of the American release of their debut album, The Rolling Stones (England’s Newest Hitmakers).   Venue promoters had initially hoped to land the Beatles for a gig that summer but were unable to […]

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    Bette Midler Cuts Off Orchestra During Acceptance Speech At Tony Awards

    Bette Midler made sure she got every last “thank you” in at the 2017 Tony Awards on Sunday night, completely disregarding the play-off music. This gorgeous veteran actress enthusiastically took to the stage after she won “Best Performance Of An Actress In A Leading Role in a Musical,” and she definitely took advantage of her […]