Past & Curious: Freddy’s Revenge, Jamie Lee Curtis’s Admission & More!

Links to the past, with relevance today ...

Freddy's back! (Image via ABC)

EW: The Goldbergs nabbed Robert Englund, 71, to reprise his Freddy Krueger role — here's how.

PEOPLE: Inventor of the green bean casserole has died at 92.

VIBE: Quincy Jones, 85, is apologizing for criticizing a rap remake of his classic Michael Jackson (1958-2009) collab "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)" (1983).

The Halloween franchise star is opening up. (GIF via GIPHY)

EXTRATV: Jamie Lee Curtis, 59, has opened up about a totally secret 10-year opioid addiction she had in the '90s following "minor plastic surgery."

Annie with publicist Roger Widynowski (Image via Facebook)

FACEBOOK: Annie Lennox, 63, is lending her voice to #OneReasonWhyImAGlobalFeminist.

No doubt this was a fun day! (Image via Twitter)

TOO FAB: Amazing reunion of the cast of Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) — with one sad exception.

HUFF POST: Add iconic actor Robert De Niro, 75, to the list of prominent left-wing figures who received functional package bombs described as on the low end of sophisticated. In other words, they're not a hoax — they were meant to go off.

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KENNETH IN THE (212): Tennis star Julie Heldman writes about her famous mom Gladys Heldman's abusive behavior that led her to be such a competitor in the new memoir Driven: A Daughter's Odyssey.

WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE WITH ANDY COHEN: Ricki Lake recalls that infamous Oscars number, and the "not nice" Lucille Ball (1911-1989).

FACEBOOK: Character actor Nehemiah Persoff, 99, is looking good! He's a Some Like It Hot (1959) survivor, and probably not the actor in that movie you'd have guessed would still be here 60 years after it was shot.

Persoff then and now (Image via Facebook)

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