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When we spotted the phrase "the most trusted name in news" in one of the early trailers for Aaron Sorkin's new series, "The Newsroom," we thought that sounded awfully ... familiar, shall we say.
And it turns out that might not be the only thing about Sorkin's anticipated summer series that will remind us of our home base.
It seems our country's 16th president has had it up to here with this whole vampire craze. This weekend's release of "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" certainly seems to put bloodsuckers (at least 19th century ones) in a pretty bad place.
Of course, this wasn't always the case. Vampires are still quite popular when they're the protagonists, rather than "the hunted."
Despite sporting hair poofs and animal print in place of pixie cuts and monogrammed sweaters, Snooki and JWOWW are the modern-day Laverne and Shirley, producer SallyAnn Salsano said.
Salsano, the creator of MTV's “Jersey Shore” and “Snooki & JWOWW,” which premiered on Thursday, told CNN Snooki and JWOWW are a lot like Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams' characters on the '70s sitcom.
It looks like Kings of Leon frontman Caleb Followill will be singing lullabies for awhile.
Followill and wife Lily Aldridge welcomed a baby girl, Dixie Pearl Followill, early Thursday.
Before there was the NBC show, there was 1989's "Parenthood" starring Steve Martin as the head of the Midwestern Buckman family.
In addition to actors like Martha Plimpton and Keanu Reeves, the cast was chock full of kid stars like Alisan Porter, Jasen Fisher, Ivyann Schwan and Zachary LaVoy.
Well, those four are now adults, and they've reunited for the first time in 23 years, thanks to Snakkle.com. Check out the video below to hear them reminisce about working on the film, and what it's like to experience parenthood themselves.
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