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Paralyzed Diver Celebrates Birthday by Returning to the Water — with His Adorable Daughter Cheering On

Paralyzed Diver Celebrates Birthday by Returning to the Water — with His Adorable Daughter Cheering On
Cliff Devries was once a nationally-ranked driver who dreamed of going to the Olympics. But in his early 20s, Devries faced cancer and a life-saving surgery that left the right side of his body paralyzed —bringing his athletic aspirations to a halt.

Now a diving coach at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York, Devries celebrates his birthday each year by diving into a pool, according to Deseret News. This year, for his 44th birthday, Devries took to the school’s Judson Pool — and the inspirational moment was caught on video.

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William Tepper Dies: Star Of Jack Nicholson’s ‘Drive, He Said’ Was 69

William Tepper, who starred in Jack Nicholson’s directorial debut Drive, He Said and accompanied Nicholson to the 1971 Cannes Film Festival, died Wednesday of an apparent heart attack. He was 69. Tepper’s death was confirmed by his manager Jon Klane. Tepper, known as Bill, also appeared in Bachelor Party (1984), the Richard Gere starrer Breathless (1983), and ’70s TV series including Kojak and Ironside. Tepper also wrote and produced the 2006 film Grilled, starring Ray…
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Days of Our Lives: Paul Has A Problem at His Bachelor Party

Days of Our Lives fans are going to see a Bachelor party go down this week. It turns out Sonny and Paul are celebrating their happy time, and they are excited to do it. They are having a great time, but someone decided it was time to hire some strippers. It’s safe to say there is some questionable disagreement about whether or not this is acceptable when there is a party to be had, and most people can agree it’s a little gross. But, they have one, and it turns out the stripper is someone with whom Paul had a

Days of Our Lives: Paul Has A Problem at His Bachelor Party
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12 Actors Who Were Almost Batman

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12 Actors Who Were Almost Batman
Batman has dominated movie screens since at least 1989. An there have been some major players vying for the role ever since. Ben Affleck put it best: "Batman is the Greatest Part in the World." In the summer of 2017, the actor and Oscar winning screenwriter and director shrugged off rumors he was set to exit the Dceu, as work continued on Zack Snyder's Justice League. But what if someone else was coming in to take over the role. Who would it be?

Battfleck turned out to be the best received part of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which reintroduced the Caped Crusader to movie going audiences, following the critical and box-office success of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy. There have been numerous big screen versions of Gotham City's vigilante since he made his debut in Detective Comics and even more false starts and abandoned projects. Today, we're looking
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Actress Tawny Kitaen wants rid of her breast implants on Botched

The Botched season finale is here and Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif are determined to try and help American actress Tawny Kitaen, who wants her breast implants gone. Tawny is most famous for co-starring with Tom Hanks in Bachelor Party and was a real sex symbol during the 1980s and Dr. Dubrow tells her that she was “the sexiest hood ornament of the 80s.” The actress also appeared in the horror movie Witchboard and had a recurring parts in the TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and The New Wkrp in Cincinnati. During the time her career was taking off Tawny didn’t have particularly big...read more
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Exclusive: Florida Georgia Line Throw Epic Bachelor Bash, Vow Renewal in Vegas for 'Smooth' Video -- Watch!

Exclusive: Florida Georgia Line Throw Epic Bachelor Bash, Vow Renewal in Vegas for 'Smooth' Video -- Watch!
'Til death do they party!

Florida Georgia Line hit the Las Vegas strip for their "Smooth" video, putting on an epic bachelor bash and vow renewal for legendary songwriter and their longtime friend, Craig Wiseman (aka "Cat Daddy," as namechecked in the song's lyrics), and his wife, Kk. Fgl's Brian Kelley wrote the treatment and served as the video's co-director alongside Tk McKamy.

Only Et has the exclusive "Smooth" video premiere, along with a look behind the scenes.

Watch: 7 Things We Learned About Florida Georgia Line After 11 Shots of Whiskey -- Interviews Under the Influence 

"[I'm] really excited about the 'Smooth' video, it's my first time co-directing," Kelley says in the featurette above. "It's been really cool to write the treatment and see this thing slowly come to life."

The video kicks off with Kelley and Tyler Hubbard -- driving a truck filled with their signature Old Camp whiskey -- broken down on the side of the
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The Top Five Tom Hanks Comedic Movie Roles of His Career

Tom Hanks is one of the most famous and respected actors of all-time. However, it’s important to know that before the movie Philadelphia earned him an Oscar, Hanks was primarily a comedic actor. While his mega stardom came from roles like that he played in Philadelphia, Forrest Gump, and other films like Saving Private Ryan, Apollo 13, Cast Away, and plenty of others, Hanks was a Bosom Buddy, a guy getting married in Bachelor Party and a man who was in a “Money Pit” while trying to move into his house. Here are our picks for five of the best

The Top Five Tom Hanks Comedic Movie Roles of His Career
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‘Rough Night’ Review: Kate McKinnon Steals Another One In ‘Bridesmaids’-Meets-‘Hangover’ Movie

‘Rough Night’ Review: Kate McKinnon Steals Another One In ‘Bridesmaids’-Meets-‘Hangover’ Movie
There is no way you can see the new comedy Rough Night and not compare it to its obvious inspirations — chiefly Bridesmaids (the movie that launched a thousand imitators), The Hangover (ditto), Bachelor Party, Very Bad Things, and even that comic heirloom Weekend At Bernie’s. So while it doesn’t get points for originality, Rough Night does score a lot of laughs even if this particular bachelorette party sometimes sails way over the top in pursuit of them. As I say in my…
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Exclusive: Mark Ballas & BC Jean Open Up About Married Life, the 'Sexual' Way They Piece Together Their Music

Exclusive: Mark Ballas & BC Jean Open Up About Married Life, the 'Sexual' Way They Piece Together Their Music
Mark Ballas and BC Jean couldn't be happier.

In their first interview since tying the knot, the former Dancing With the Stars pro and his wife opened up about their wedding day, the first few months of marriage and working together creatively to Et's Cameron Mathison.

Watch: Mark Ballas Marries BC Jean in Gorgeous Southern California Wedding!

The two exchanged vows at a gorgeous ceremony in Malibu, California, surrounded by their friends, family and Ballas' DWTS pro pals last November.

"It's been amazing," Ballas said of married life. "It just feels elevated. It feels solid and great."

During their nuptials, the couple danced to "Magic" by Coldplay as their first dance, but with "a little twist," according to Jean.

Ballas chimed in, saying, "She learned [tango] and none of my friends had seen her dance ever."

"There was this move where she, like, flipped around my back and put her hand right through my legs and they got
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The Moment Tom Hanks Had the Chops To Win An Oscar Came in a 1986 Film

You could argue that Tom Hanks had Oscar acting ability as Uncle Ned on Family Ties but then you’d be lying to yourself. You could say there were hints of his greatness even before that in Bosom Buddies but you’d be lying to yourself then too. How about Bachelor Party? Nope. The Money Pit? Splash? These were all good movies and I think we’d all agree that Hanks was great in all of them but at what point did he transform from comedy into the guy you see today? Many say that Hanks really showed how good an actor he

The Moment Tom Hanks Had the Chops To Win An Oscar Came in a 1986 Film
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Nine Actors Who Reinvented Themselves and Revitalized Their Careers

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Some actors manage to catch lightning in a bottle twice. It’s impressive enough to find your niche in Hollywood’s A-list even once. Occasionally, an actor will reinvent him/herself and begin a new phase of their careers that will be even more successful than it was before. Here are nine actors who had a cinematic rebirth.

Liam Neeson- Neeson has had a long career, and the early part of it was in dramatic roles. An intense dramatic actor, he apeared in films like The Dead Pool, Dark Man, Schindler’s List, Rob Roy and Les Miserables. His career rebirth came after playing Qui-Gon Jinn in Star Wars-Episode one: The Phantom Menace. After that, he got more offers for actions parts and recreated himself as an action hero in films like Gangs of NY, Batman Begins, Taken, Clash of the Titans, the A-Team, Unknown, the Grey, Taken 2,
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Watch Property Brothers’ Jonathan Scott Doing Magic as a Teen in Never-Before-Seen Video

Watch Property Brothers’ Jonathan Scott Doing Magic as a Teen in Never-Before-Seen Video
Property Brothers’ Drew and Jonathan Scott aren’t shy about sharing adorable (and occasionally embarrassing) throwback photos of themselves on social media — here are some of the best — but there’s one ultimate nerd-out moment even superfans of the Hgtv stars haven’t seen.

Related: Drew and Jonathan Scott Want Lorne Michaels to Let Them Host SNL: ‘It Would Be the Most Fun

In this “highlight reel” the TV contractor shared exclusively with People, a teenage Jonathan performs a series of illusions amid smoke screens and sweeping spotlights. The tricks include appearing inside a sealed box, spinning his female assistant’s heads around,
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Dolph Lundgren joins the cast of James Wan’s Aquaman

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Author: Zehra Phelan

If you’re a fan of Dolph Lundgren and comic book adaptations you may just be happy to hear that the big fella has joined Jason Momoa on the cast of Warner Bros. DC comic book big screen outing of Aquaman.

Related: Aquaman News

Lundgren, whose acting career has been simmering over the past few years, popping up in the odd episode of Arrow, is to play King Nereus of the aquatic kingdom of Xebel, who claims Aquaman’s Queen Mera, who will be played by Amber Heard, as his own and wants to kill Aquaman. Lundgren is no stranger to the role of an unlikable character from his time on the 1985 Rocky IV as the Soviet boxer who killed Creed to his character in the DC world of Arrow.

However, according to director James Wan, King Nereus won’t quite be playing a villain. The clarification
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Full Episode | People Now Wednesday April 12, 2017

Full Episode | People Now Wednesday April 12, 2017
Tori Spelling Opens Up About Baby No. 5, Plus Just How Wild Will Drew Scott’s Bachelor Party Get?

Come back every day at 8:30 a.m. Est to watch People Now streaming live from Time Inc. headquarters in New York City, and rebroadcast at 11:30 am Est. Get the absolute latest in celebrity news, real-life people stories & the best of fashion and food.

Want even more? Watch clips from yesterday’s People Now.
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Tom Hanks' film debut was a drama about Dungeons & Dragons

Ryan Lambie Mar 29, 2017

Mazes And Monsters provided the first feature role for a young Tom Hanks in 1982 - and warned against the perils of Dungeons & Dragons...

Where there's great popularity, there's sometimes an equal and opposite backlash. Pokemon has occasionally been accused of promoting everything from Satanism to animal cruelty. The book Why Knock Rock, published in 1984, warned of the morally corrosive dangers hidden in the music of Judas Priest, Kiss and Led Zeppelin.

Before all this, there was the moral panic surrounding Dungeons & Dragons. From humble beginnings, the role-playing game quickly became a phenomenon in the 1970s, taking the company behind it - Tactical Studies Rules, founded by Gary Gygax - from a tiny cottage industry to a 600-strong firm by the end of the decade.

Dungeons & Dragons' brilliance lies in its freeform design; with only a few raw materials - dice, counters, a rulebook - the game conjures
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Watch: Property Brothers’ Jonathan Scott Answers Your Burning Design Questions and Shares His Controversial Stance on TVs in the Bedroom

Watch: Property Brothers’ Jonathan Scott Answers Your Burning Design Questions and Shares His Controversial Stance on TVs in the Bedroom
Some design quandaries can only be decided by the hindsight of history . . . or the presence of a Property Brother.

When Jonathan Scott, one half of Hgtv’s real estate-and-renovation power duo, stopped by the People studios, we put him to the test with some decorating questions for the ages in a game of Interior Design Would You Rather.

Related: Jonathan Scott Dishes on Drew’s Wedding: Bachelor Party Plans, a Multicultural Ceremony and More!

Some answers come easy to the decorating pro: Carpet vs. hardwood is no contest — he favors the latter. Master bathroom vs. walk-in closet is also an
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Will You be Reading Tom Hanks’ Collection of Short Stories?

Tom Hanks has been dominating Hollywood for nearly 30 years now. What began as a television career characterized by dressing as a woman in Bosom Buddies, to taking that comedic talent to the big screen in films like Bachelor Party, The Money Pit, and even Splash, became one of the biggest acting success stories in all of Hollywood. I personally think it was the movie “Big” that truly got him on the path to greatness. While that film in and of itself was a “comedy,” you could see the dramatic Hanks coming out. Then, not too many years later he

Will You be Reading Tom Hanks’ Collection of Short Stories?
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'Suits' Star Patrick J. Adams Addresses Co-Star Meghan Markle's Prince Harry Romance With the Perfect Response

'Suits' Star Patrick J. Adams Addresses Co-Star Meghan Markle's Prince Harry Romance With the Perfect Response
Meghan Markle hasn't changed a bit since she started dating Prince Harry, at least according to her Suits co-star Patrick J. Adams.

The 35-year-old actor opened up about Markle's royal romance during a Reddit Ama on Wednesday, after a fan asked what it was like "making out on-screen with the potentially future princess of England."

Watch: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Support Their Charities During Separate Trips

"The same as it was before she was potentially a future princess of England," Adams joked.

The actor also spoke about his real-life love, Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario, after the two tied the knot in an epic three-day bohemian wedding last month.

"It's pretty blissful," Adams said of married life. " married my best friend in every sense of the word. And the weekend itself was easily the best three days of our lives."

As for whether Bellisario might make a reprise her role on Suits in the future
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16 Amazing Animal Stories That Prove 2016 Wasn’t All Bad

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16 Amazing Animal Stories That Prove 2016 Wasn’t All Bad
The year 2016, now in its final days, has been kind to very few, and the general population has not been shy about voicing their outrage over the whirlwind of bad news that has been dumped on us over the past 363 days.

But there have been some rays of light among the storm clouds, and many of these beams have fallen upon animals, making the bright spots even brighter. To help get you through these final moments of 2016, and also allow you a chance to look back at the year with some positive feelings, we have rounded up 16 feel good and furry stories.
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Why Him? review

Bryan Cranston heads back to comedy for Why Him? Sadly, he shouldn't have.

As the car crash that was 2016 gradually ceases to smoulder, you’ll want to clamber out of the wreckage and enjoy a good-old fashioned escapist comedy on Boxing Day. Oh, mate. It’s not your year.

Why Him? is a Christmas film in the sense that its events take place around Christmas for no real reason, but hey, let’s invite it in on a technicality and offer it an eggnog. And why not: it’s the season of goodwill and it comes bearing gifts. Cranston! Mullally! Franco! A director who co-wrote Zoolander and Meet The Parents! It can’t be all bad.

And let’s be charitable: it’s not all bad; it just misfires a lot, and fails to make much hay out of a strong concept. Cranston’s daughter Stephanie (Zoey Deutch) is dating
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