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October 09, 2018

Here's the Scoop...

Top SellersI still can't believe that Burt Reynolds is gone. He had such a wonderful career and huge fan-base across the board. He be missed tremendously.

Here's the results of our reader poll:

What is your favorite Burt Reynolds movie?

Deliverance 8 (16%)
Smokey and the Bandit 24 (47%)
Cannonball Run 1 (2%)
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas 4 (8%)
Hooper 3 (6%)
Boogie Nights 2 (4%)
Mystery, Alaska 4 (8%)
The Last Movie Star 1 (2%)
The Longest Yard 4 (8%)

Now it's October and time to change up our Celebrity Nooz Poll so let's get scary. We like to know, "What's Your Favorite Scary Movie?" Let us know here, Celebrity Nooz

Be Well,
Steve


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New Kids on the Block to tour with Salt-N-Pepa, Tiffany, Debbie Gibson

New Kids on the Block is teaming up with fellow 1980s music icons Salt-N-Pepa, Tiffany, Naughty By Nature and Debbie Gibson for The Mixtape concert tour.

Tickets go on sale Friday, Live Nation said.

The 53-city tour is scheduled to kick off May 2 in Cincinnati. Other stops will include Indianapolis, New Orleans, Houston, Phoenix, San Diego, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Portland, Ore., Milwaukee, Denver, Detroit, Buffalo, N.Y., Boston, Newark and Atlantic City, N.J., Atlanta and Orlando, Fla.

The final show is planned for July 14 in Hollywood, Fla.

All of the acts collaborated on a new song called "80s Baby," which they will sing together at the shows.

Sarah Michelle Gellar supports 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' reboot

Sarah Michelle Gellar is showing her support for the Buffy the Vampire Slayer reboot.

The 41-year-old actress discussed the new show in an interview with People published Thursday amid fan backlash.

"At the end of the day, it's all about great storytelling," she said. "If a story lives on, then I think it should be told in any incarnation it can be told in."

Gellar said she's in agreement with former co-star David Boreanaz, who defended the reboot during an appearance Thursday at New York Comic-Con.

"It's a good thing. Let's just embrace [it]," the 49-year-old actor told fans, according to Deadline. "I'm very happy for them. They want to embrace a new generation, something new."

"Everybody wants old, they want to go back, which I can understand. You want to see us back in these roles. It's great, it's cool, [but] things move on, stories evolve, times change," he said.

Gellar and Boreanaz played Buffy Summers and Angel on the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which had a seven-season run on The WB/UPN from 1997 to 2003. Gellar said in a Build interview in 2017 that a revival wouldn't work with the original cast.

"We had seven amazing seasons ... [but] none of us are immortal," she said of herself and her co-stars. "I'm just not sure how the horrors of adolescence translate into a very tired girl over here that really doesn't want to work all night in a graveyard."

Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon will executive produce the new reboot. People reported in July the show will feature a black actress as Buffy.

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"My oldest said the other day - she pointed to the moon - she was like, 'That's where you work, right?'"
--Ryan Gosling, on how his kids think he's an astronaut now after visiting him on set of First Man while he was filming as Neil Armstrong, on Jimmy Kimmel Live
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David Harbour says he will officiate wedding if fan gets 666K re-tweets

Stranger Things star David Harbour has promised to officiate the wedding of a fan if his request gets 666,000 retweets.

Harbour was at New York Comic Con Saturday to promote his movie Hellboy, which is due in theaters on April 12. The actor plays the titular demon, who is red and has horns on his head.

"David, you may remember we met last year on the set of Hellboy (I was the one with the BPRD tattoo that was literally days old). I'm getting married in March to @carlylane, how many RTs for you to officiate as Hellboy," Spencer Perry tweeted at Harbour last month.

Harbour responded with a post of his own Saturday.

"666k Of this tweet. Big Red officiates. Full Gear. In his saintly best. Impossible number? Think of how difficult it will be for me to get this character ordained by a Christian church (P.S. - I'll knock off 500k if you can get @artofmmignola to read a poem at the service)," he wrote.

Mike Mignola is the creator of the Hellboy comic books on which Harbour's movie is based.

'LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom' special to air next year

LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom, an animated TV special, is slated to premiere next year.

Marvel Entertainment made the announcement at New York Comic Con Sunday, but did not say where it will air.

"Tech theft is now at an all-time high thanks to Green Goblin and Venom -- can our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man put an end to their mysterious villainous scheme before all of New York City is destroyed?" a press release said.

Robbie Daymond, who plays Spider-Man/Peter Parker in the Disney XD show Marvel's Spider-Man, will reprise his role in the LEGO Marvel Spider-Man adventure.

The voice cast will also include Ben Pronsky as Venom, Josh Keaton as Green Goblin, Laura Bailey as Gwen Stacy/Spider-Gwen and Tara Strong as Mary Jane.

This special follows LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes -- Avengers Reassembled, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes -- Guardians of the Galaxy: The Thanos Threat and LEGO Marvel Super Heroes -- Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda.

Venom, a live-action movie starring Tom Hardy as the conflicted anti-hero, is No. 1 at the North American box office this weekend.

Daymond tweeted his critique of that film Saturday.

"The #Venom movie was a terrible, amazing, hilarious, beautiful, awful, glorious, horrible, wonderful, hot mess... & I loved every moment of it. Every bad line of dialogue, plot hole, and idiotic moment was overshadowed by the sheer FUN I was having. New fav guilty pleasure flick!" Daymond wrote.

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Which 'Showgirls' star will play Jughead's mom on 'Riverdale'?

Red Oaks and How to Make it in America actress Gina Gershon has joined the cast of Riverdale for Season 3, which debuts Wednesday.

Her casting as Gladys Jones in the small-screen, comic-book adaptation was announced Sunday at New York Comic Con where the cast participated in a panel discussion in front of thousands of fans.

Gladys is the mother of Jughead, played on the series by Cole Sprouse. Skeet Ulrich plays Jughead's dad, KP Jones.

Trinity Likins will play Jughead's little sister, Jellybean, starting this season, as well.

Luke Perry, who plays Fred Andrews, said Gershon's first scenes are with Sprouse, Ulrich and KJ Apa, who plays Fred's son Archie.

"And Gina can handle all them," EW.com quoted Perry as saying. "She's fun."

Riverdale creator Roberto Aguirre Sacasa shared a photo Sunday of Apa, Perry, Lili Reinhart (Betty Cooper) and Mädchen Amick (Betty's mom Alice) sitting on a couch at the Javits Center in Manhattan where NYCC took place.

"Having a blast with the Cooper ladies and the Andrews boys at NYComic-Con. They make me so happy! #Riverdale is back in three days!!" he tweeted.
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