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Mira Sorvino says she'll do a "Romy and Michele" reunion

Actress Mira Sorvino says she would do a Romy and Michele reunion movie if the opportunity presented itself. 

The Academy Award-winner is starring in a new horror film called Look Away, a revenge tale about an outcast teenager named Maria who allows her maniacal mirror image to swap places with her in order to wreak bloody vengeance on some high school bullies.

BK introduces the Nightmare King which they claim will give you real nightmares

The Nightmare King sandwich will be available for a limited time.

With Halloween just around the corner, many companies are introducing scary items to their product lines, but none can make the unique claim Burger King does.

Next week, the fast-food chain will introduce their latest menu addition called the Nightmare King and it promises to give you nightmares, literally.

"Alice" may be getting a reboot from Diablo Cody

The 70's sitcom "Alice" is being eyed as a reboot from Fox.

The entertainment industry has made good use of the phrase "everything old is new again" with its recent slew of revitalized situational comedies. From Will & Grace to Rosanne and even One Day a Time, comedies are rising from the dead to become successful second-comings. 

Theater Review: “Persuasion"

Tuesday at 7:30 pm;  Wednesday at 2 and 7:30 pm Thursday at 7:30 pm; Friday at 8 pm; Saturday at 4 and 8 pm Sunday at 2 pm.

The importance of money and social class and the place of women in early 19th-century England take center stage in Jane Austen’s beloved last novel, “Persuasion.”

Funko 'Golden Girls' cereal available at Target

New "Golden Girls" cereal can be found at Target.

Funko collectibles, based right here in San Diego, might usually be known for its sci-fi or horror vinyl figurines but they recently poured a bit of nostalgia into their brand by introducing cereals to their lineup. 

Theater Review: ”Guadalupe in the Guest Room”

“Guadalupe in the Guest Room” plays through October 28, 2018 at New Village Arts, 2787 State St., Carlsbad.

I remember watching telenovelas way back in the Middle Ages when I was studying Spanish. I found these soap operas a great way to learn conversational Spanish, and the emotional extremes on view made it nearly impossible not to catch the meaning, even if you didn’t know the words.