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Stan Lee’s family said goodbye in private service; tribute in works

Stan Lee’s family said goodbye in private service; tribute in works

Because Marvel Comics patriarch Stan Lee didn’t want a large public funeral, his family held a private ceremony, POW! Entertainment said Friday. A statement posted to the verified Twitter account of Stan Lee didn’t mention when the event was held, but said the company is “working on putting together a tribute befitting the greatest creator…

Ariana Grande debuts a new look and people have a lot of opinions about it

Ariana Grande debuts a new look and people have a lot of opinions about it

Ariana Grande is known to rock a high ponytail, but those days are long gone — for now. The singer took to Instagram to show off her new look, a lob haircut with a caption that made no reference to her shorter locks. “This filter took my eyebrows away but i promise they’re there,” Grande…

Amy Schumer hospitalized for extreme morning sickness

Amy Schumer hospitalized for extreme morning sickness

Amy Schumer has been hospitalized for extreme morning sickness. The comedian took to Instagram on Thursday evening to apologize to fans for canceling tour dates. “Texas I am so deeply sorry,” Schumer captioned a photo of herself in a hospital bed. “I have been really looking forward to these shows. I have to reschedule. I…

Missing Disney film which predates Mickey Mouse resurfaces in Japan

Missing Disney film which predates Mickey Mouse resurfaces in Japan

A 1928 Disney animation, which predates the creation of Mickey Mouse, has been unearthed in Japan, according to Japanese media. The Asahi Shimbun reports that the cartoon short, entitled “Neck n’ Neck,” was part of the collection of an anime history researcher, Yasushi Watanabe, who bought it in Osaka while still a high school student…

‘Dirty John’ makes messy leap from pod to screen

‘Dirty John’ makes messy leap from pod to screen

Traditional print outlets are understandably starry-eyed about finding new ways to cash in on their content, compensating for a dwindling business model. Enter “Dirty John,” a Bravo event series adapted from the salacious multi-part Los Angeles Times articles and podcast, which — the classy underpinnings notwithstanding — basically plays like an old-school Lifetime movie, just…

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