Can’t Believe It’s The 20th Anniversary of ‘Friends’

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I know it’s hard to believe but the very first episode of Friends aired 20 years ago today. On that day we met six New Yorkers who sat around a table at the Central Perk Cafe just chitchatting. There didn’t seem to be anything too special. They were just friends who seemed to really love eachother…

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‘Wizard Of Oz’ Author is Getting His Own Movie

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Move over Peter Pan and Mr. Banks. Make way for the Wizard of Oz. In 2004, Maramax FIlms enlightend us with the beautiful story of author J.M. Barrie and his friendship with the Davies family who inspired him to create Peter Pan.  And last year, Disney Studios captivated us with ‘Saving Mr. Banks’,  giving us a behind-the-scenes look to the evolution…

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Watch Little Girl Freak Out Over Dad’s New Clean-Shaven Face

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So what can we learn from this video. PARENTS: Do not make drastic changes to your appearance without letting your kids know before hand. This poor little girl is playing a harmless game of peek-a-boo with her daddy, who dawns a big bushy beard. All of a sudden he leaves, comes back, and the next time…

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Watch The First iPhone 6 Owner Drop His On The Floor

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Most people who get a new phone, especially an expensive one, try to take the phone out of its fancy box very slowly as not to drop it on first contact. But unfortunately for this guy, his nerves and excitement over the new iPhone 6 got the best of him and the phone dropped out of…

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Miley Cyrus Is In Trouble With Mexican Authorities

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  Miley Cyrus is currently being investigated by the Mexican Authorities due to a stunt she pulled during a recent concert in Monterrey, Mexico Tuesday night. During one of Miley’s performances dancers pretended to whip her comically-large prosthetic butt with tiny Mexican flags. Manuel Rueda,  Fushion’s Mexico City correspondent, reported that the incident, which has been “widely covered”…

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