Links to the past, with relevance today:
NYT: Why you, too, should fall in love again with All About Eve (1950).
INSTAGRAM: Incredible that Kirk Douglas — who died at 103 — has a surviving widow who just celebrated her 101st.
NYT: Steve Dalkowski, who was used as the model for the erratic Bull Durham (1988) pitcher Nuke LaLoosh (played by Tim Robbins), has died at 80.
TWITTER: Birthday boy Stephen Sondheim (he's 90!) just revealed that Company (celebrating its 50th anniversary) had a very different ending originally, and walks through the entire cut scene:
JUST HISTORY: Fascinating — the story of the medieval creatures (no, they weren't real, conspiracy theorists!) the Blemmys/Blemmyes. They were reported to exists in Guayana by Sir Walter Raleigh, who was only reporting what he was told and never — of course — actually saw one.
TWITTER: Ed Asner is 90, but was still game for a dance challenge to raise money for charity!
DREAD CENTRAL: Never-before-seen pics of Stephen King on the set of the 1989 film adaptation of his novel Pet Sematary.
INSTAGRAM: Tidbits about Tom Hanks's early TV movie Mazes and Monsters (1982).