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Neca Unveils Ace Ventura Shady Acres Action Figure with Wiggles the Dog

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Neca Unveils Ace Ventura Shady Acres Action Figure with Wiggles the Dog
Our favorite pet detective is back in action figure form, as the toymaker Neca has unveiled a new Ace Ventura: Pet Detective figure set to release this summer. This won't be the first Ace Ventura figure from Neca, as the company has previously released an alternate version of Ace with his trademark hairstyle and Hawaiian shirt. This new Neca figure will depict Ace as he appears when he goes undercover at the Shady Acres mental hospital to investigate the strange disappearance of Miami Dolphins kicker Ray Finkle.

Standing at 8" tall, the Shady Acres Ace Ventura figure is fully articulated. It comes clothed in a button-up shirt, plaid shorts, and pink tutu, just as Ace wore in the movie when he feigned mental illness to gain access to the facility's storage room. The figure also comes with two interchangeable heads, so you can change Ace's facial expression depending on how you want him posed.
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Blake Lively recalls her on-set injury in a funny throwback video

Actress Blake Lively has taken a walk down memory lane to recall her freak on-set injury while filming the movie "The Rhythm Section".

The "Gossip Girl" alum posted an Instagram Story video of her looking high after injuring her hand. She was lying in a hospital bed with a sling around her right arm while Tone Loc's "Wild Thing" was played in the background, reports aceshowbiz.com.

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Lively credited her husband Ryan Reynolds as her bedside DJ.

In the video, she opened her eyes to the head-bopping tune and seemingly gave an approval to the "Deadpool" actor's music selection as she gave him a wink and flashed a smile.

She captioned the video: "Literally 4 weeks after I said, 'I'd give my right hand to be in this movie!' (Good thing no one told me to 'break a
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Blake Lively Shares Video of Herself 'High' in a Hospital Bed After Hand Injury

Blake Lively Shares Video of Herself 'High' in a Hospital Bed After Hand Injury
Blake Lively is reminiscing about the making of her upcoming film The Rhythm Section — including the injury she sustained while filming it!

The 32-year-old actress poked fun at herself in a video she shared on her Instagram Stories on Monday which showed her lying in a hospital bed with her arm in a sling after she was injured in December 2017 while filming the movie.

“Literally 4 weeks after I said, ‘I’d give my right hand to be in this movie!’ (Good thing no one told me to ‘break a leg’),” Lively wrote.

The video shows Lively slowly opening her eyes
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Netflix Turning ‘13’ Broadway Musical Into Family Film

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Exclusive: We’ve learned that Netflix is adapting the millennial Broadway musical 13 into a family film with three-time Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown to compose new music and Tony winner Robert Horn to adapt the script based on the book he co-wrote with Dan Elish. Tamra Davis is attached to direct.

The musical follows young Evan Goldman as he moves from New York City to small-town Indiana. While grappling with his parents’ divorce, he prepares for his impending Bar Mitzvah, and navigates the complicated social circles of a new school. The Broadway version which ran for a 105 performances between 2008-2009 featured the first and only all-teenager cast and band and marked the professional debuts of Ariana Grande and Elizabeth Gillies. The musical has since been a popular production of high school theater groups. The original production of 13 premiere at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles in January 2007.

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In Celebration of ‘Ad Astra,’ Nasa Experts Name Their Favorite Outer-Space Movies

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When they’re not gazing at the cosmos or pondering extraterrestrial intelligence, astronauts watch movies, too. During a recent 20th Century Fox panel on the studio lot promoting the new film “Ad Astra” and Nasa’s involvement in creating its near-future verisimilitude, four Nasa experts talked about their favorite films that take us into the unknown.

To start things off, panel moderator and “Ad Astra” director James Gray said, “I’d like to ask a nerd question if I could. What science-fiction movies inspired you?” In awe of the true-to-science realism of films such as “Gravity” and “2001: A Space Odyssey,” which essentially predicted the iPad, Gray said, regarding the believability of his own movie before a judging audience, “I’m going to face the guillotine.”

Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory research scientist Laura Kerber named Fox’s 2000 animated film “Titan A.E.” as her favorite outer-space screen adventure. “I thought
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Tone Loc On Why He Raged Over Confederate Flag, Hints it Might Happen Again

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Tone Loc On Why He Raged Over Confederate Flag, Hints it Might Happen Again
Tone Loc tells us he first told the teen, "Your hat is whack" as he was grabbing his luggage from baggage claim. As he walked out, Tone says the kid's mom started going off on him ... prompting the clash. He ended up in handcuffs, but was Not arrested. Tone's message here is clear -- wear whatever you want, but realize there might be consequences.
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Mc Hammer Hits the Road With Other Early Nineties Hitmakers

Mc Hammer Hits the Road With Other Early Nineties Hitmakers
Have you ever wanted to dance to “U Can’t Touch This,” “Baby Got Back,” “Bust a Move,” Just a Friend,” “Funky Cold Medina” and “Me So Horny” all in one evening? Have you ever wanted to step into an amphitheater and spend the night bathing in other R&B and hip-hop hits of the George H.W. Bush administration performed by the original artists? Have you ever wondered what kind of show the Funky Bunch can put together without Mark “Marky Mark” Wahlberg?

If you answered yes to any of those questions,
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5 Videos of the Real Tonya Harding You Need to Watch to Truly Appreciate 'I, Tonya'

5 Videos of the Real Tonya Harding You Need to Watch to Truly Appreciate 'I, Tonya'
I, Tonya, an unconventional biopic about the unconventional, embattled yet iconic '90s figure skater, is based on "irony free, wildly contradictory and totally true" interviews with Tonya Harding and her one-time husband, Jeff Gillooly. (We're told as much via title card at the start of the movie.)

While the conflicting details of those discussions constitute the crux of the film, many key moments in Harding's life have played out in front of the cameras, allowing for a side-by-side comparison of actual events and as restaged by Margot Robbie as Tonya Harding. Either watch these videos before seeing I, Tonya, out now, or come back afterward to truly appreciate how closely the movie nails it.

The Real Tonya Harding, Then and Now

Donning an array of permed wigs and bedazzled unitards, Robbie plays Harding from her teenage years into her 20s -- then via makeup and prosthetics, she is aged up to play Harding at 44. This vintage news reel
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Awfully Good: Blank Check

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Veteran character actor Miguel Ferrer passed away last week. While he's perhaps best known for roles in Robocop, Twin Peaks and other films, I'll always remember him as the bad guy in. Blank Check (1994) Director: Rupert Wainwright Stars: Brian Bonsall, Miguel Ferrer, Karen Duffy, Tone Loc A child learns that crime literally pays. Blank Check is like porn for kids.a fantasy where a... Read More...
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New Year’s Eve 2017: Where to Watch All the Fun and Festivities Live

New Year’s Eve 2017: Where to Watch All the Fun and Festivities Live
Not going out this year? You can party along just fine with these 8 live options, available on both TV and streaming. From network specials to Netflix’s hilariously clever “live” offerings, we’ve got something for everyone in the family, confetti and funny hats not included.

Take a peek!

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Times Square New Year’s Eve Webcast

The webcast will feature live musical performances, hourly countdowns, behind-the-scenes stories and star-studded interviews as anticipation builds towards the midnight countdown and the famous Ball Drop.

Host: Jonathan Bennett, star of “Mean Girls” and host of “Cake Wars

Location: Times Square

Guests: Gavin DeGraw, Rachel Platten, Silento

Start time: 6:00 Pm Et, in tandem with the official Ball Raising

Where to watch: The show will be streamed live on multiple websites, starting at 5:55 Pm Et, including TimesSquareNYC.
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Tone Loc -- 'Wild Thing' Is Too Wild For Me ... Collapses Onstage (Video)

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[[tmz:video id="0_pfzi9cni"]] 9:22 Am Pt -- Tone's rep tells TMZ he's doing great today and on his way to the next show tonight in North Dakota. The rep adds ... the fainting scare was just a fluke, and Tone only needed a minute to recoup backstage with some water. The I Love the 90s tour has been going since January and continues into 2017. Translation ... it's a lot of work.  Things got a little too wild for Tone Loc
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5 Reasons Why 'Angry Birds' Crushed the Competition at the Box Office

So much for the three-peat.

"Captain America: Civil War" could have come out on top for the third straight weekend. It could even have lost 45 percent of last weekend's business (when it earned $72.6 million) and still outdistanced this weekend's three new wide releases. Even after three weeks, you might still have expected the Marvel mega-movie to outdistance three seemingly-undistinguished newcomers: a period action comedy starring no-longer-a-box-office-draw Russell Crowe and never-really-a-box-office-draw Ryan Gosling; a Seth Rogen comedy sequel, and a cartoon based on an app that everyone thought was really cool six years ago.

Nonetheless, "The Angry Birds Movie" knocked down "Captain America," along with "The Nice Guys" (pictured) and "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising," as easily as a short stack of pigs. The cartoon earned an estimated $39.0 million, about $1 million more than distributor Sony had predicted. "Civil War" had to settle for second, with an estimated $33.1 million (down 54 percent from a
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Wait, Vanilla Ice Performed With The Ninja Turtles Today And Didn't Do The Ninja Rap?!

Vanilla Ice performed on the Today show this morning, which sounds strange (seeing as how this is 2016), but made sense when you realize the one-time white-hot “rapper” was helping to promote an “I Love The ‘90s” tour he’s conducting with Salt N Pepa, Coolio, Tone Loc, Rob Base, Young Mc and more. So far, so good. Ice broke into his best-known song, “Ice Ice Baby.” I’m still feeling it. Then, something really strange happened. Four generic, half-hearted Heroes on a Half Shell took the stage with Vanilla Ice… and they Didn’T sing “Ninja Rap” from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II. I mean, what? What?! See for yourself. Vanilla Ice is working the crowd who had gathered outside of the Today show as part of the weekly concert series. And he’s getting ...
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Justin Timberlake performs 'History Of Rap 5' with Jimmy Fallon

Justin Timberlake performs 'History Of Rap 5' with Jimmy Fallon
Washington, February 23: Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon performed the 'History Of Rap 5' on the Tonight Show.

The pair sang mashups of hits from LL Cool J, Tone Loc, the Beastie Boys and other top rappers, Radar Online reported.

Their ongoing 'History of Rap' series has been a monster hit and Fallon decided to close out his first week of being a host on 'The Tonight Show' with their performance. (Ani)
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Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Reunite for "History of Rap" on "The Tonight Show": Watch Here!

Bringing a crowd-pleasing segment from "Late Night" to "The Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake performed "History of Rap 5" on Friday (February 21).

This time around, the boys took on Snoop Dogg, Jay Z, Drake, Kriss Kross, Tone Loc, Will Smith, Salt & Pepa, Run Dmc, and more.

Backed by The Roots as usual, the guys' performance was on point, despite Justin having to cancel a Madison Square Garden concert earlier this week.

Check out "History of Rap 5" below, which ends as it always does, with the talented pair heading into the crowd for a big finish.
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Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake Perform "History of Rap"—Watch the Fifth Installment Now!

Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake Perform
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake just gave us another highly entertaining lesson in the "History of Rap." The pals performed a fifth installment of their popular segment on Friday, as they closed out Fallon's inaugural week as host of The Tonight Show. The 33-year-old entertainer and the 39-year-old late-night host unleashed some classic tunes, including a medley of verses from hit makers LL Cool J, Run Dmc, Tone Loc, Beastie Boys, Kendrick Lamar, Salt-n-Pepa, Jay Z, DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince and much more. Some highlights included the Fresh Prince Theme, perhaps a nod to Will Smith who was the first guest on Monday, and Aerosmith and Run Dmc's "Walk This Way" as the...
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Watch Justin Timberlake & Jimmy Fallon Unleash Latest 'History of Rap' Edition

Watch Justin Timberlake & Jimmy Fallon Unleash Latest 'History of Rap' Edition
Break it down, J.T.!

Justin Timberlake stopped by The Tonight Show Friday to support pal Jimmy Fallon as he closed out his inaugural week as the brand-spankin'-new host of the late-night talk show.

And to celebrate the crooner's first appearance on Fallon's new gig, the two decided to unearth an old fave: their trusty "History of Rap" sketch, from Fallon's Late Night stint.

For Friday's big blowout, the two unveiled their fifth installment in the ongoing series, spitting out verses from hits by the Beastie Boys, LL Cool J, Kris Kross, Salt-n-Pepa, DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, Outkast,
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Justin Timberlake & Jimmy Fallon Unleash Latest 'History of Rap' on the Tonight Show

Justin Timberlake & Jimmy Fallon Unleash Latest 'History of Rap' on the Tonight Show
Break it down, J.T.! Justin Timberlake stopped by The Tonight Show Friday to support pal Jimmy Fallon as he closed out his inaugural week as the brand-spankin'-new host of the late-night talk show. And to celebrate the crooner's first appearance on Fallon's new gig, the two decided to unearth an old fave: their trusty "History of Rap" sketch, from Fallon's Late Night stint. For Friday's big blowout, the two unveiled their fifth installment in the ongoing series, spitting out verses from hits by the Beastie Boys, LL Cool J, Kris Kross, Salt-n-Pepa, DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, Outkast,
See full article at PEOPLE.com »

Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon reunite for History of Rap 5

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Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon reunite for History of Rap 5
Late night Bff's Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake (it turns out Jt has stayed at Jimmy's house!) reunited for the fifth installment of the History of Rap. In case you missed the first four medleys because you go to bed at 11 Pm or avoided the constant twitter or facebook buzz about the first four, the History of Rap finds Jimmy and Jt rapping and singing some of the greatest songs in the history of Hip-Hop.  And, if you thought they'd run out of tracks you're wrong. You're, very, very wrong. We won't spoil the complete track list, but you can watch the performance embedded here and then find out what they included below. What do you think they should include in the History of Rap...6? Here's the complete list courtesy of NBC. LL Cool J -- I'm Bad Run Dmc -- Beats to the Rhyme Crazy Calls - Wait for
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Justin Timberlake Does '€.History Of Rap'€. On '€.Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

Justin Timberlake helped Jimmy Fallon close out his debut week hosting The Tonight Show with the “History of Rap Part 5.”

Following a week of guest appearances that ranged from Bradley Cooper to Michelle Obama, was Timberlake – who had the honor of being the only guest on The Tonight Show on Friday night. Before Fallon and Timberlake began the fifth installment of their popular gag, the audience erupted in cheers.

Tone Loc’s “Wild Thing,” The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Big Poppa,” Run Dmc and Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way,” the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song, Salt ‘N’ Peppa’s “Whatta Man,” Kriss Kross’s “Jump,” “99 Problems,” by Jay Z and Drake’s “Started From the Bottom,” all made the cut for the latest “History of Rap” installment.

Timberlake and Fallon last teamed up for a “History of Rap” performance in March 2013 on Late Night’s Timberweek. However, their last music collaboration was in December,
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