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You Can Buy The Original Sweet Valley High Books From The 80s Again And We're Psyched

You remember all those Sweet Valley High books that you read 600 times while you were in middle school and high school? Well, someone has found a way to bring them back exactly as you remember them. Yes, you can still buy new versions of the books in most stores, but you've got to admit that there is nothing as satisfying as seeing those original covers with the Wakefield twins we remember from our childhood on the cover. These teen novels were what all of us were obsessed with, but unfortunately as we got older, a lot of us ended

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The 'Roseanne' Spin-Off Is Officially Happening Without Roseanne Barr

The reboot of Roseanne was abruptly cancelled after the star tweeted racist comments, but after weeks of discussions, the network has found a way to continue the show without Roseanne Barr. Reports of the negotiations started becoming public a few days ago, but now the network has officially confirmed that they will be going ahead with a spinoff of the show. The spinoff of the revival will be called The Conners and will feature all of the returning cast members EXCEPT for Roseanne Barr. ABCThis means that John Goodman (Dan), Laurie Metcalf (Jackie), Sara Gilbert (Darlene), Lecy Goranson (Becky), and

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'Daria' Is Coming Back To MTV With A New Show But I Bet She'd Hate It

She was the star of one of the hit cartoons of the 90s, but if she knew that, she'd probably be really unhappy about it. The cynical teen Daria, was actually a character in Beavis and Butt-Head, but people liked the character so much that she got her own show. It lasted for five seasons on MTV, and while she never really expressed much excitement in her facial expressions, those of us who were maybe feeling a little apathetic ourselves really loved her. MTVHowever, because the year is now 2018 and TV networks have completely run out of ideas, they

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Patrick Swayze's Former Co-Star Opens Up About Their On Set Feud

The movie To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newar may have a crazy title, but its plot was groundbreaking. It's one of the Patrick Swayze movies that a lot of people forget about, but they shouldn't. It stars Swayze, Wesley Snipes, and John Leguizamo and they each play a drag queen who are on their way to participate in the Miss Drag Queen of America Pageant. The movie caught a lot of people off guard, especially because it was 1995 and the drag scene wasn't as prevalent as it is now. Universal PicturesNow, Ru Paul's Drag Race is one

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'The Witches' Are Coming Back With A Brand New Movie And We Don't Know How To Feel About It

If you didn't read Roald Dahl books as a kid, what were you even doing with your time? There was no better collection of books for children, and the range of themes and plots meant that there was something for everyone. The Witches was probably one of the best though. It was the perfect combination of creepy and fun that made us keep reading long after our parents told us to go to bed. In 1990, they made a movie based on the book, and it was absolutely awesome. While it wasn't a huge box office success, critics loved it

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WWE Wrestling Legend Big Van Vader Dead At 63

We all knew him as Big Van Vader, but to his family he was Leon White. Today, his son broke the news that his father had passed away. Vader, as he was known to fans, was 63 years old, and had been dealing with some health issues over the last few years. A couple of years ago, he revealed that he was suffering from congestive heart failure and that he would likely have two more years to live. Even though he had medical issues, he continued wrestling. But two years ago in Japan, he ended up collapsing in the ring.

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Fran Drescher Hints At A Revival Of 'The Nanny'

Yep, you read that right. It's not official or anything, but Fran Drescher herself has given us a little glimmer of hope that the iconic show The Nanny may be coming back in one way or another. This year is the 25th anniversary of the premiere, and while it doesn't feel like it has been that long, the fact is people are still in love with that show. The sitcom ran from 1993 to 1999 and was created and produced by Drescher and her ex-husband Peter Marc Jacobson. It followed Fran Fine as she moved from Flushing, Queens to a

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'Roseanne' Spinoff Apparently Moving Forward Without Roseanne Barr

The Roseanne cancellation caught a lot of us off guard. The show had done exceptionally well at bringing the Conners back to the small screen and made us all fall in love with them again. However, the star of the show had been sharing some offensive opinions and the network finally decided enough was enough. They no longer wanted to be associated with her and her thoughts, so they canceled the show. ABCRoseanne Barr claimed to have been joking, but even if that's true, her words were unacceptable. Even her castmates were deeply concerned with her words. Sara Gilbert, who

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'The Sandlot' Took Over Dodger Stadium To Celebrate The Movie's 25th Anniversary

The Sandlot is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and the cast has been getting together over the last couple of months to remember the iconic movie. In April, the cast got together on The Today Show and talked about their experience, saying that they still get recognized regularly. 20th Century FoxThe movie created one of those fictional sports teams that we all tend to get obsessed with. It's almost like The Mighty Ducks, which made us all start quacking all the time, except with these guys we liked to call our shots like Ham. But now, the kids from

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10 Weird Facts About Disney Movies That'll Change The Way You Think About Them

Disney movies will forever be in our hearts as the most important things in our childhood. And if we're being honest, they remain just as good to this day. Even though we've aged, it doesn't mean we need to grow up! I would estimate that the majority of us are still watching Disney movies as they come out, whether it's because they are actually really good, or because we're old enough to have kids that want to watch them. But here's the thing, when we were young we probably weren't appreciating how much work actually went into these movies. Now