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The Sandlot Cast Reunited After 25 Years And One Actor Got SUPER HOT!

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Yeah-Yeah? More like “Yes! Yes!” Ha!

In celebration of a quarter century of The Sandlot — yes, the kid classic came out all the way back in 1993 — the cast reunited on The Today Show Thursday.

It was great to see all the ragtag kids you loved all grown up — but one had grown a bit more than the rest…

Video: John Cena Reading INSANE Thirst Tweets With A Straight Face

Marty York, who played lil’ Alan “Yeah-Yeah” McClennan, got big and buff! He looks like he’s been GTL-ing for two decades!

See Yeah-Yeah, Squints, Smalls, and the rest of the gang get together for a little ball time (below)!

[Image via NBC.]

Read more: http://perezhilton.com/2018-04-12-the-sandlot-anniversary-reunion-today-show-hot-actor

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Amy Schumer Responds to Her Backlash: Im Not Going to Shut Up

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“Amy Schumer is in a familiar position. Shed have every right to be fed up about being back here, but instead shes facing it with admirable open-mindedness and even some optimism. Once again, there has been histrionic reaction to one of her projects and, once again, here she is setting the record straight about any number of misconceptions.

Thats the thing when youre a cultural lightning rod. You might bear the brunt of a charged debate. But you also end up pretty electrified yourself.

When the trailer was released for Schumers new comedy I Feel Pretty, there was instant, vitriolic backlash to the perceived message of the film. I was surprised, Schumer tells us, sitting in a Manhattan hotel room in the middle of a long…”

Read more: https://www.thedailybeast.com/amy-schumer-responds-to-her-backlash-im-not-going-to-shut-up

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14 Unanswered Questions About the Rocks New Movie

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Did you guys see? The Rock has a new movie out. It’s called Rampage. It’s based on an mid-’80s arcade game—though you’d never know that—and, like most Dwayne Johnson movies, it involves The Rock wearing an impossibly tight T-shirt over his muscle-wall frame. Things blow up; the ones that don’t get smashed to pieces. Tactical gear figures prominently in it.

The short version of the plot: An evil corporation called Energyne, in order to avoid

Read more: https://www.wired.com/story/rampage-14-burning-questions/

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Movies that have grossed more than $1bn ranked!

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The most lucrative star-filled blockbusters of all time in order of merit, from goofy Dory to the Dark Knight, Bond to Potter and feminist fairytales to the doomed Titanic

“33. Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)

Michael Bays first smashy-robots sequel somehow remains the lumbering franchises mightiest financial hitter. Total worldwide box-office gross: $1,123,794,079

32. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest (2006)

Avast and furiously confusing: Dead Mans Chest is another blockbusting part two that squanders any and all goodwill generated by the first. $1,066,179,725

31. Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Tim Burtons inexplicably successful Lewis Carroll adaptation is torpedoed by Johnny Depps tooth-grindingly wacky Mad Hatter. $1,025,467,110

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Like an Aerosmith video Transformers: Age of Extinction. Photograph: Everett/Rex/Shutterstock

30. Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

The fourth smashy-robots movie smartly reboots its human cast but still mostly looks and feels like an endless Aerosmith video. $1,104,054,072

29. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)

Peter Jacksons towering Lord of the Rings movies built to a billion-dollar climax. But hungry audiences flocked to the first protracted Hobbit, then apparently checked out pronto. $1,021,103,568…”

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2018/apr/13/movies-grossed-billion-dollars-ranked-blockbusters-dory-dark-knight-bond-potter-titanic

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