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Here are the results for our 'Which movie made you bawl like a baby?' poll!

Toy Story 3 5% (1)
Terms of Endearment 5% (1)
My Girl 5% (1)
The Notebook 5% (1)
Ghost 5% (1)
Steel Magnolias 0% (0)
Philadelphia 0% (0)
Love Story 32% (6)
Up 0% (0)
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 16% (3)
Sophie's Choice 0% (0)
Marley and Me 26% (5)

Doesn't seem like we have a lot of criers out there. Do we have any shark movie fans out there? If so, please check out our new poll on Celebrity Nooz. With a new 'Sharknado' on the way, and 'The Meg' making big waves at the weekend box office, we want to know what is you favorite, the de-FIN-itive, shark movie? Is it Jaws 3-D, The Shallows, or Open Water? Go and vote!

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Ruby Rose exits Twitter over 'Batwoman' harassment
Ruby Rose has left Twitter due to the backlash she has received over her casting as DC Comics superhero Batwoman.

Rose will appear as Batwoman, an openly gay crimefighter, in The CW's annual crossover event between its DC dramas Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow. The CW is also developing a series centered around Batwoman.

Days after news of Rose's casting broke, fans began expressing their anger on social media stating that the actress, despite being openly lesbian, cannot portray a gay character and called into question her acting ability.

Rose has deleted her Twitter account and limited comments on her Instagram to only people she knows. She posted on Twitter before her exit her thoughts on the matter.

"Where on earth did 'Ruby is not a lesbian therefore she can't be Batwoman' come from -- has to be the funniest most ridiculous thing I've ever read. I came out at 12? And have for the past 5 years had to deal with 'she's too gay' how do y'all flip it like that? I didn't change. I wish we would all support each other and our journeys," Rose said.

"When women and when minorities join forces we are unstoppable... when we tear each other down it's much more hurtful than from any group. But hey/ love a challenge I just wish women and the LGBT community supported each other more, My wish was we were all a little kinder and more supportive of each other...Sending everyone my love and gratitude, it's been a rollercoaster of a year, this month especially," she continued.

"I am looking forward to getting more than 4 hours of sleep and to break from Twitter to focus all my energy on my next 2 projects. If you need me, I'll be on my Bat Phone."


Chris Hardwick returns to 'Talking Dead': 'I'm so grateful'
Chris Hardwick returned as host of AMC's Walking Dead after-show Talking Dead Sunday following an investigation into sexual assault allegations made by his ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra.

"I just wanted to take a minute to say that I am so appreciative to be standing here right now and I want to thank you, the Walking Dead community, for all of your support these last couple of months," Hardwick said while getting emotional following the airing of Fear the Walking Dead.

"This show isn't just a job to me, it is a vital part of my life and has been like a sanctuary these last seven years. It's been with me through good times and bad and I'm so grateful to the fans, producers and the amazing casts of both of these shows for allowing me to come here and be a part of this community every week," he continued.

AMC had suspended Hardwick then reinstated him following an investigation into the allegations made by Dykstra in an essay published on Medium. Hardwick was briefly replaced by Yvette Nicole Brown as a panel host at the San Diego Comic-Con and on Talking Dead.

Dykstra accused Hardwick of sexual, emotional and psychological abuse during their three years together. The essay does not mention Hardwick by name, however, the description of the boyfriend and the time when her alleged ordeal took place suggested it was the television host. Hardwick also responded to the essay and denied any wrongdoing.

Dykstra on Twitter said that she did not participate in the investigation as she never set out to ruin anyone's career.

"Just a reminder: I 100% stand by every single word of my essay. I made sure it was unembellished, factual, and that I had evidence to back it up in order to protect myself in case of ACTUAL litigation (not a network investigation, where I'm not protected). That is all," she tweeted on Friday.

Following Hardwick's reinstatement, co-executive producer of Talking Dead Jean Patton and other staffers exited the program in protest. Patton also previously worked with Hardwick on AMC's Talking with Chris Hardwick. The network has not announced when the talk show will return.

Hardwick is also the host of NBC game show The Wall and recently appeared as a guest judge on American's Got Talent.


LOOSE LIPS:
"Wait I just found out I have a FUNKY WHITE SISTER.. she straight up killed 'Work it.'"
--Missy Elliott, on discovering Mary Halsey's viral karaoke version of her hit song, on Twitter and Instagram



??? Guess Who ???

Which syndicated game show's re-runs are now streaming on Hulu?


'Back To The Future' cast reunite 33 years after original release
The cast of Back to the Future including Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, and Thomas Wilson, reunited 33 years after the original film arrived in theaters.

The group came together for the Fan Expo in Boston over the weekend and posed for a photo that was posted onto social media by all four stars.

"Back in 2018, even Biff made it," Fox said on Instagram, in reference to Wilson's character Biff Tannen, the antagonist of the series.

"Friends from the past in the future! @FANEXPOBoston So fun. Love these men," Thompson said on Twitter.

Back to the Future was released in July 1985. The classic time traveling film features Fox as Marty McFly as he uses a time machine built by his friend Dr. Emmett Brown (Lloyd) and goes back in time to the year 1955. He encounters a younger version of his mother Lorraine (Thompson) and must fight off school bully Biff (Wilson) while helping to ensure that his mother and father meet.

The film inspired two sequels, the futuristic Back to the Future Part II released in Nov. 1989 and Back to the Future Part III released in May 1990 which took place during the Wild West.

A Back to the Future Day was held in Oct. 2015 to mark the day Marty arrived to the future in Back to the Future Part II. The celebration included the release of Pepsi Perfect, a version of Pepsi seen in the film.


Aerosmith planning Las Vegas residency, Joe Perry says
Aerosmith is planning a Las Vegas residency for 2019, guitarist Joe Perry said this week on SiriusXM's Beatles channel.

"We're going to be doing a residency in Vegas starting next spring," Perry said, according to NME.com.

"What we want to do is something that I haven't seen before... just downsizing our live show, just playing in a smaller place. We want to do something different. We're in the middle of the production now. What we're talking about is having an experience that you wouldn't be able to see on a regular Aerosmith tour."

The famous rock band, which was formed in 1970, was in the news for another reason, too, Friday.

History channel announced American Pickers stars Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz had recently been called out to identify a wreck of an old van from the 1970s that was found in the wooded area of someone's property in Massachusetts. It turned out the vehicle had belonged to Aerosmith when the group was starting out.

Former guitarist Ray Tabano, one of the founding members of Aerosmith, confirmed the van was the one the musicians used in their early days.

The Pickers stars bought the vehicle from the current property owner for $25,000.

"We just got a piece of American rock 'n' roll history!" Wolfe said.

"Confirmed & true!" bassist Tom Hamilton wrote, retweeting a Boston.com report about the discovery of the van.


??? Guess Who ???

Which syndicated game show's re-runs are now streaming on Hulu?

Past episodes of the syndicated game show Jeopardy! are now streaming on Hulu.

"To kick off the premiere, Hulu has curated collections of some of Jeopardy!'s flagship special events, including a Tournament of Champions, a College Championship and a Kids Week, as well as Battle of the Decades, which features some of the show's fan-favorite contestants from its 35-year history, like all-time money winner Brad Rutter and long-running champion Ken Jennings," a Friday press release said.

A video posted on YouTube announcing the program's Hulu debut featured longtime host Alex Trebek offering the answer, "It's the streaming service that's now home to one of the most beloved quiz shows of all time, Jeopardy!"

"What is, 'Hulu?'" he answered in the form of a question.