David S. Pumpkins is headed back to TV for an animated Halloween special. Any questions?
NBC has announced that Tom Hanks will reprise his role as David S. Pumpkins, who was introduced last year in the "Saturday Night Live" sketch "Haunted Elevator." This time he'll come back for "The David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special."
Dressed in a jack-o'-lantern print suit, Pumpkins made his debut as part of a thrill ride flanked by two dancing skeletons declaring his intention to "scare the hell out of you."
Those Kar-Jenners have a unique way of confirming long-gestating rumors about themselves as they gear up for each season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." And, not to be upstaged by her potentially pregnant siblings, Kim Kardashian West confirmed that she and husband Kanye West are expecting their third child.
It's long been rumored that the reality star, who's faced a slew of health scares during her pregnancies with daughter North and son Saint, hired a surrogate for her next one. Her fertility struggles and surrogacy exploration are story lines that have been played up during the long-running E! series, so Thursday's revelation gave the surrogacy aspect credence when Kardashian West tweeted a teaser for the upcoming season.
And now, because we live in a world where everything treasured is rebooted or reimagined, “Hocus Pocus” is getting a remake.
The L.A. Times can confirm that the Disney Channel is producing a remake of the film as a TV movie. Originally reported by Deadline, the new iteration will be penned by Scarlett Lacey (“The Royals”) and star an entirely new cast. (Good luck finding someone to fill in Midler’s stripy socks.) David Kirschner, who produced the original, is attached to executive produce the new version.
Former Fox News personality Meghan McCain is joining the ladies of "The View."
The "Blond Republican" -- her words, not ours -- and daughter of U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is said to have signed on as a regular co-host of the ABC daytime talker, according to Variety. She'll replace conservative voice Jedediah Bila, who announced her exit last week.
ABC declined to confirm or comment Thursday on McCain's casting.
Understanding Playboy-in-Chief Hugh Hefner's revered — and reviled — lifestyle was often just a question or two away.
The iconoclastic publishing mogul, who died Wednesday at 91, was an open book when it came to his views on swinging ways and sexuality, particularly how his puritanical upbringing shaped his career and gave rise to the revolutionary Playboy empire.
Over the years, the perennially pajama-clad Hef was interviewed often by the Los Angeles Times. Here's a sampling of some of his memorable quotes.