Neil Patrick Harris admitted he still watches episodes of Doogie Howser, M.D., in which he played a teenage physician.
Disney will create two Star Wars themed lands, in Florida’s Disney World and California’s Disneyland. And yes, said CEO Bob Iger, there will be both a Millennium Falcon ride and a Creature Cantina re-creation.
Jimmy Fallon has been renewed as the Tonight Show host through 2021.
Britney Spears will guest-star on CW comedy Jane the Virgin.
There’s a Simpsons-inspired heavy-metal band named Okilly Dokilly, whose members dress up as do-gooder Ned Flanders.
NBC is making a TV movie based on the Dolly Parton song “Jolene.”
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A drug ring attempted to use a Minions toy to smuggle cocaine through the mail.
Uggie, the canine star of The Artist, died at age 13.
Instagram celebrity Josh Ostrovsky (@thefatjewish) was called out for extensive plagiarism after being signed to Hollywood talent agency CAA.
Miley Cyrus said that playing Hannah Montana (left) “probably” gave her body dysmorphia:
‘I had been made pretty every day for so long, and then when I wasn’t on that show, it was like, Who … am I?’
The Cup Noodles Museum in Japan started selling ramen-flavored ice cream, which comes in soy sauce and curry varieties. Toppings include shrimp, green onions and potatoes.
A Colorado man pleaded guilty to tossing at least 600 books along a busy highway. Local press dubbed him the “literary litterbug.”
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