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'Toy Story 4' cashes in on the ageless aspect of animation
"The Incredibles" stayed away for 14 years, then picked up superhero-ing right where they left off. "Toy Story 4" and "Finding Dory" put nine and 13 years between themselves and their predecessors. "Frozen" will have been on ice for six years when the sequel blows back into theaters around Thanksgiving.

Lin-Manuel Miranda is bringing 'Freestyle Love Supreme' to Broadway
Lin-Manuel Miranda is coming back to Broadway.

Terry Crews awards Golden Buzzer to Detroit Youth Choir
"America's Got Talent" host Terry Crews was moved to tears by the Detroit Youth Choir, who he said reminded him of his own Michigan roots.

Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos need to lock their door
TMI, mom and dad.

XXXTentacion remembered a year after his death
New projects are still coming from XXXTentacion a year after his death.

Vanessa Carlton performs 'It's Too Late' ahead of her Broadway debut as Carole King
Vanessa Carlton took the stage to sing a cover of Carole King's "It's Too Late" for

The Edge denied bid to build Malibu compound after 14-year battle
U2's guitarist The Edge will have to continue to wait to build his dream compound.

'Toy Story 4' cast shares their own childhood toy stories
It's been nearly 25 years since "Toy Story" first debuted in theaters and consequently stole my heart as a nine-year-old girl in Atlanta.

James Charles returns to YouTube
James Charles is back.

Bella Thorne responds to Whoopi Goldberg
Bella Thorne chided Whoopi Goldberg in a series of tearful videos Tuesday after the "The View" co-host criticized her for taking intimate photos of herself.

The 'Game of Thrones' prequel filming has begun
The world of Westeros is back in the spotlight as filming for the "Game of Thrones" prequel is underway -- and in a location fans know very well.

Gloria Vanderbilt's death sparks tributes from Andy Cohen, Cher, and more
Celebrities have taken to social media to pay tribute to Gloria Vanderbilt and share their respects with her family.

Aretha Franklin's youngest son has filed for control over the late singer's estate
A Michigan judge has been asked to decide whether one of Aretha Franklin's sons could take control of the late singer's estate and replace its current representative.

'Queer Eye' renewed for two more seasons
"Queer Eye" has been renewed for Seasons 4 and 5.

Howie Mandel is always working and that's just the way he likes it
Howie Mandel never takes a vacation unless it involves work. He's happy to take his wife and kids to Hawaii if he's booked a standup gig there, or the whole family will jet to Orlando for three weeks if he's shooting "Deal Or No Deal," just one of several hosting gigs he holds.

Jerry Seinfeld has some surprise shotgun riders in new 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee'
Jerry Seinfeld is picking up some major stars --including Eddie Murphy -- in the new season of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."

Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton team up on 'Dive Bar'
Turn it up!

Paul McCartney wants you to know it's his birthday too
Paul McCartney isn't too shy to let everyone know the significance of June 18.

James Corden and Michelle Obama battle it out in 'Late Late Show' dodgeball game
Michelle Obama led Team USA in a game of dodgeball against Team UK, led by "The Late Late Show" host James Corden on Monday night.

Sophie Turner is down to play Boy George in a future biopic
Get ready to possibly add Boy George to the growing list of glam-rock biopics -- and he'd love to be played by a woman.

See who won at the MTV Movie & TV Awards
The MTV Movie & TV Awards celebrated the best on-screen work of the past year on Monday night.

Dwayne Johnson's speech is proof he's a nice guy
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson took home the Icon Generation Award at the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards Monday night and offered some nice advice.

'Grand Hotel' checks out as summer TV for 'The Bachelor' crowd
Reality TV used to aspire to replicate the rhythms of scripted drama, albeit for considerably less money. Now dramas are being developed that seem to approximate the simple (or if you prefer, "guilty") pleasures of unscripted shows.

'Big Little Lies' might be giving us the most GIF-able TV season of all time
I don't want to say that "Big Little Lies" was written for the sole purpose of being a GIF-t to the internet. But I'm also not saying it wasn't.

'Shaft' is back
A private eye who's "a sex machine to all the chicks," as the song went back in 1971, isn't exactly tailor-made to 2019. The new "Shaft" plays with that tension but yields mixed results, in an action comedy that's neither consistently funny nor especially exciting, despite Samuel L. Jackson's second stab at the part.

'Late Night' pulls back the curtain on late-night TV
Written, produced by and starring Mindy Kaling, "Late Night" is such an interesting premise as to make one wish it had been more ambitious about pulling back the curtain on a late-night TV show. As is, the movie stands out most for Emma Thompson's performance as an imperious talk-show host, who receives an unexpected jolt after making what she freely admits is a "diversity" hire.

'Toy Story 4' is just what you hope it will be
"Toy Story 4" delivers a cinematic grand slam, a nine-years-later sequel that's wholly equal to the high expectations raised by the terrific trio that it follows. Touching, raucously funny, adventurous and yes, even profound, Pixar's signature property once again touches them all.

Jon Stewart's latest viral moment recalls 'Crossfire' legacy
Having kept a relatively low profile since leaving "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart made headlines again this week, delivering an impassioned plea for 9/11 first responders during an emotional congressional hearing.

'Men in Black' can't catch lightning despite 'Thor' duo
Receiving a power boost from the Marvel stable, "Men in Black: International" returns to the goofy universe where the wackiest tabloids contain the real news and aliens hide in plain sight. The movie conjures some of the goofy charms associated with the franchise, but sags in its midsection like "Endgame"-vintage Thor before nicely rallying at the finish.

'When They See Us' makes a powerful case to be seen
The miscarriage of justice that surrounded the Central Park Five should by now be well known, but the details of the case, as reenacted, provide the inherent power of "When They See Us," a Netflix miniseries that's strongest at the beginning and end and sags somewhat in the middle.