Links to the past, with relevance today:
YOUTUBE: Corey Feldman is releasing a box set of all his unreleased bullshit, including this 1986 homemade song and music video.
Looks like a French skit I did for extra credit. Amazing that he had no professional help with this. And he could still use some professional help. You can pre-order his box set here.
THR: The daughter of the late Harold Ramis is remembering her beloved dad as Ghostbusters: Afterlife hits theaters.
E! Online: Jaleel White, 44, now says his arrival on Family Matters was not exactly smooth sailing. He became the show's focus, which was a reality he said became "a process" for his co-stars.
EW: Yes! Dame Helen Mirren will receive SAG-AFTRA's Life Achievement Award for her five-decade career.
THR: Like so many older people, Ridley Scott, 83, dislikes millennials' fixation with their phones. (Don't look at me — I'm Gen Z and on mine a lot, too!)
L.A. TIMES: The Groveland Four have been cleared of the 1949 rape of a white woman — long after all of the men died.
EXTRATV: RIP Peter Aykroyd, brother of Dan, who died at 66. Aykroyd was himself an SNL alum, and starred in this 1979 short:
THE GUARDIAN: An expert on Italian mosaics and antiquities randomly discovered a long-lost mosaic originally commissioned by Caligula — and it was being used as a coffee table in an NYC apartment: