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'Halloween': Michael Myers comes home in new trailer
Michael Myers returns home for a confrontation with Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) in the second trailer for Halloween. (Head to our website Celebrity Nooz and watch the trailer)

The clip, released Wednesday, features Myers walking the streets of his old neighborhood on Halloween night after escaping from a mental hospital. Myers quickly reverts back to his serial killing ways and obtains his signature weapon, a butcher knife.

Strode, meanwhile, is seen pleading with her adult daughter about being prepared for Myers' return. Strode, who has been training for this moment, is seen using various firearms as she confronts her brother one final time.

"He is a killer, but he will be killed tonight," Strode says.

Halloween, from director David Gordon Green, who co-wrote the script with Danny McBride, is set to hit theaters on Oct. 19.

John Carpenter, who directed the original 1978 Halloween which also starred Curtis, is an executive producer on the new film which he says will ignore all the sequels made after the first one.

Sarah Michelle Gellar jokes about marriage after 16th anniversary
Sarah Michelle Gellar joked about marriage following her 16th wedding anniversary with Freddie Prinze, Jr.

The 41-year-old actress marked the occasion Tuesday by sharing a funny adage about marriage and a photo with the 42-year-old actor.

The picture shows Gellar and Prinze smiling for a selfie in a parking lot. The couple officially celebrated their anniversary Sept. 1.

"Anniversary #latergram," Gellar wrote. "Someone told me - Marriage is like a deck of cards. In the beginning all you need is two hearts and a diamond. But years later, you wish you had a club and a spade. #happyanniversary @realfreddieprinze."

Gellar had also posted a playful message on Prinze's birthday in March.

"Gorgeous, friendly, sexy, sweet, intelligent, super talented, kind, charming, funny, witty, amazing smile.... well that's enough about me.... #happybirthday @realfreddieprinze (you're pretty great too)," she wrote.

Gellar and Prinze shared a funny moment in July when Prinze pushed Gellar's face into a cake to help her celebrate two million Instagram followers. Prinze was more serious when he discussed the secrets behind his marriage with Us Weekly in September 2017.

"We treat each other with respect. We didn't just get married because we thought the other was young and hot," the actor said.

"Sacrifice is something that's required in a marriage. It's fun being single, right? You can be selfish," he added. "But marriages require a step back from that and a bit of sacrifice, and our sacrifice I think is maybe the biggest thing that's made our marriage work."

Gellar and Prinze married in 2002 after meeting on the set of the 1997 movie I Know What You Did Last Summer. The couple have two children, 8-year-old daughter Charlotte and 6-year-old son Rocky.

"I like how I really look. That's my body. I love my body for being strong and healthy and sexy. I look like I'd give a good hug or have a drink with you. The other picture looks nice but it's not me."
--Amy Schumer, to a fan who photoshopped a shot of her in a bikini to make her look thinner, on Instagram

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Which daytime talk show host has a stand-up special coming to Netflix in December?

'DWTS': Val Chmerkovskiy to partner with Nancy McKeon in Season 27
Dancing with the Stars pro Val Chmerkovskiy will partner with Nancy McKeon in Season 27.

The 32-year-old professional dancer and 52-year-old actress announced the news on Wednesday's episode of Good Morning America.

"We have to say thank you to Ginger for loaning me her amazing partner," McKeon said, referencing GMA meteorologist Ginger Zee, who was paired with Chmerkovskiy in Season 22.

"He is awesome," she added of Chmerkovskiy. "He is the most amazing partner. More patience than anybody I know, and I'm so lucky."

McKeon is known for playing Jo Polniaczek on The Facts of Life, which had a nine-season run on NBC from 1979 to 1988. Chmerkovskiy was born in 1986.

"He never watched it! Urkel was his man," McKeon said, referencing the ABC/CBS sitcom Family Matters, which broadcast from 1989 to 1998.

Dancing with the Stars confirmed the news on its official Twitter account.

"Our first duo has been revealed! @iamValC's new partner is Nancy McKeon! #DWTS," the show wrote.

Chmerkovskiy's fiancée, Jenna Johnson, will also serve as a pro in Season 27, along with Cheryl Burke, Sharna Burgess, Emma Slater, Sasha Farber, Gleb Savchenko and other favorites. The new season will premiere Sept. 24.

Will Smith has 'Fresh Prince' reunion with Alfonso Ribeiro
Will Smith enjoyed a day out with his former Fresh Prince of Bel-Air co-star Alfonso Ribeiro, posting on Instagram a selfie the pair took together.

"One of my favorite people on this Whole Damn Rock!! @therealalfonsoribeiro," Smith captioned the image on Tuesda. It shows the actor smiling and pointing to Ribeiro. Smith and Ribeiro are seen outside wearing hats.

Ribeiro also posted the same image on Instagram, writing, "Had a great time this morning playing with my boy @willsmith."

Smith and Ribeiro starred as cousins Will and Carlton Banks, respectively, on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, which aired for six seasons from 1990 to 1996.

Smith and Ribeiro last reunited with the cast of the sitcom including Tatyana Ali, Karyn Parsons, Daphne Maxwell Reid and Joseph Marcell in March 2017.

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Which daytime talk show host has a stand-up special coming to Netflix in December?

Ellen DeGeneres announced Tuesday that her stand-up comedy special will arrive on Netflix on Dec. 18.

DeGeneres made the announcement during the Season 16 premiere of her daytime talk show. The comedy special, her first in 15 years, will be titled Relatable.

"I mentioned that I worked a lot over the summer," the comedian said. "What I did was I went back to stand-up. I didn't do stand-up for 15 years and I decided... I just all of a sudden was like I miss stand-up, I want to do it. So I made a deal with Netflix. And I was working on stand-up all summer. I taped it in Seattle. This is the Benaroya Hall, where I was. It was so much fun. I loved it so much."

DeGeneres gave members of her live studio audience 65-inch TCL Roku televisions so they can view the comedy special.

Netflix also released a video on Twitter of DeGeneres seemingly talking to a number of her celebrity friends on the phone about the premiere date, including U2's Bono, Reese Witherspoon, former President Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey.