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Baby Yoda Fan Film Proves Parenting The Child is Hard Work

We’ve all seen those docuseries on television about how hard it is being a single parent. Or, you actually are a single parent, and don’t need a TV show to tell you how hard it is. But in fictional TV at least, the best single dad right now is none other than Din Djarin, the titular Mandalorian of The Mandalorian. And his adorable adopted son is the so-far nameless child that we all affectionately call Baby Yoda.

But what if someone made one of those perennial single parent docuseries about these two? Thanks to Laughing Squid, we now have our answer. It would probably look a lot like this Star Wars fan film Raising Baby Yoda from the comedy YouTube channel The Warp Zone. You can read the film’s official description, and also watch the entire hilarious short film down below:

“Inspired by the hit Disney+ series,

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Wolverine’s Arrival Teased in Bosslogic’s Deadpool 3 Fan Poster

After much speculation and an abundance of rumors, it was confirmed last week that Deadpool 3 is officially happening at Disney with Ryan Reynolds returning as the iconic Merc with the Mouth Wade Wilson. New writers are on board for the project, and some fans are really hoping that this movie will bring Wolverine into the fold. Though whether that is Hugh Jackman returning from his self-imposed Logan retirement or a new MCU actor being introduced is too far off in the hypothetical future to consider. That hasn’t stopped artist extraordinaire BossLogic from creating a new teaser poster for Deadpool 3 which definitely hints at Wolverine’s presence.

Starting out as a fan artist, BossLogic has gone onto much acclaim in recent years, and has even created official posters for the MCU. So there is an air of legitimacy behind this latest one-sheet which depicts a world where Wolverine and Deadpool

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Jason Momoa Surprises Young Aquaman Fan with Heartwarming FaceTime Call



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Jason Momoa is a real-life superhero!

Earlier this week, the 41-year-old actor surprised a young fan battling cancer with a heartwarming FaceTime call.

Posting the sweet encounter to his Instagram page, Momoa is seen in the series of clips interacting with Aquaman lover Danny Sheehan, who is battling a rare form of brain cancer and cancer in the cerebral spinal fluid, according to local CBS affiliate WBZ-TV.

At the start of the call, Danny cheerfully greets Momoa, “Hi, Aquaman!” before he tells the actor how excited he is to be speaking with him. Momoa, who is seen grinning from ear to ear, tells Danny, 7, “You are so beautiful. You’re excited? I’m excited. I’ve been hearing about you all over from all of my friends and I wanted to call you and say hi and see how you’re doing.”



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Jamie Lee Curtis Reveals Terminally Ill Fan Received Early Screening of ‘Halloween Kills’

Jamie Lee Curtis helped give a wonderful gift to a fan.

While appearing on The Talk, the 61-year-old actress revealed that a terminally-ill fan in Charleston, South Carolina was able to get an early screening of the new Halloween Kills movie.

“They said that a young man that works [at the Terrace Theatre], Anthony Woodle, was diagnosed with cancer and didn’t have long to live,” Jamie explained.

“So David [Gordon Green, Halloween producer] showed him a movie that no one in the world has seen,” Jamie shared. “He showed Anthony and his fiancée, Emily, the chance to see the Halloween movie which I thought was a beautiful gesture and I simply followed it up by calling Anthony and started having a conversation to say, I could tell him any secrets.”

Halloween Kills was originally supposed to hit theaters this year, but because of the ongoing pandemic, the release has

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The Mandalorian Season 2 Character Leak May Bring Back a Surprise Fan Favorite

A new leak from The Mandalorian season 2 suggests that a fan-favorite Star Wars character is returning. Episode 1 from the latest season premiered last week and gave fans a pretty big shock at the very end. Temuera Morrison returned to the franchise and it looks like Boba Fett is back, which is massive for fans. It was shocking enough to see Timothy Olyphant’s Cobb Vanth wearing the iconic armor, but seeing Morrison at the end was enough to send the internet into detective mode.

While it has not been officially confirmed, it is believed Ahsoka Tano will return at some point in The Mandalorian season 2, with Rosario Dawson in the role. The Disney+ Twitter account from India confirmed that the actress was taking on the role and quickly deleted the post. Now, a new leaked synopsis for season 2, episode 2 hints at another fan-favorite returning to the

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Ariana Grande’s ‘Positions’ Album Voted as This Week’s Fan Favorite New Music

The singer’s 14-track set brought in 55 percent of the vote, beating out new music by Sam Smith (Love Goes), Harry Styles (“Golden”), Dua Lipa featuring Angèle (“Fever”) and Cam (The Other Side), among others.

Positions was released Friday through Republic and features guest appearances by Doja Cat, The Weeknd and Ty Dolla $ign. The album follows 2019’s Thank U, Next, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Prior to dropping Positions, Grande kept busy by adding to her growing collection of No. 1 hits, thanks to high-profile collaborations with Lady Gaga (“Rain On Me”) and Justin Bieber (“Stuck With U”).

Placing second on the this week’s new music poll was Smith’s third album, Love Goes, which was delayed for months because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Featuring previously released singles “Diamonds” and “My Oasis” with Burna Boy, Smith recently revealed

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Get a Load Of Michael Bay’s COVID-19 Fan Fiction Movie That Absolutely No One Asked For



a person standing in a parking lot: The first trailer for Songbird imagines a future where, "the COVID-23 virus has mutated and the world is in its fourth year of lockdown."


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The first trailer for Songbird imagines a future where, “the COVID-23 virus has mutated and the world is in its fourth year of lockdown.”

As of October 29, 228,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. If you’re reading this, there’s a 40 percent chance that you know someone who has been hospitalized or died from the pandemic in the last seven months. And the forecast going forward looks grim. The CDC predictions indicate that we will see a total of 235,000 to 247,000 deaths by November 14. Americans—and the rest of the world—are bracing for a grim winter ahead.

In the last seven months, we’ve seen Hollywood attempt to cope with the pandemic to varying degrees of success. Gal Gadot pulled together a group of celebrities for a widely mocked cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine.” Rob McElhenney and his team at Mythic Quest, wrote a hilarious of-the-moment

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Halsey Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Fan

Halsey has obtained a temporary restraining order against an obsessed fan.

According to legal documents obtained by Page Six, the Manic singer filed the restraining order last week accusing a 26-year-old man of repeatedly harassing her and her neighbor. The documents state Halsey became “fearful of life” and hired a private investigator in early October to gather information on the alleged stalker. The PI reportedly received a voicemail from one of Halsey’s neighbors, who claimed “a young gentleman has stopped at his residence looking for [Halsey], under the impression that she lives at his residence. Additionally, the same male has stopped by 4 or 5 times since September this year and had called LAPD a few times.”

The neighbor also reportedly recalled a time when the man showed up to his home with a guitar demanding to speak to Halsey, legal name Ashley Nicolette Frangipane. After he was informed that

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Longtime D.C. radio host Chad Dukes fired from 106.7 The Fan for alleged racist, inappropriate comments

Washington D.C. sports radio host Chad Dukes has been fired from 106.7 The Fan, parent company Entercom announced Thursday. Entercom said it learned of “racist and other inappropriate comments” Dukes made in past episodes on his personal podcast. 



a large building with a sunset in the background: Sports radio host Chad Dukes was fired from the airwaves in Washington, D.C., for racist and inappropriate remarks on his podcast.


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Sports radio host Chad Dukes was fired from the airwaves in Washington, D.C., for racist and inappropriate remarks on his podcast.

“We have zero tolerance for this type of speech from any of our employees, on our platforms or otherwise,” Ivy Savoy-Smith, the senior vice president and market manager of Entercom Washington, D.C., said in the statement. “Our air talent are ambassadors of our brand, and we do not want to be affiliated with these comments.”

Beginning in July 2009, Dukes co-hosted the station’s afternoon drivetime program alongside former NFL linebacker LaVar Arrington, who left for the NFL Network in 2014. Following Arrington’s departure, Dukes took over

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In a fantastic ‘Covid fan Tutte,’ Salonen ushers Mozart into the age of coronavirus

Karita Mattila, center, in a scene from Finnish National Opera's "Covid fan Tutte"S
Karita Mattila, center, in a scene from Finnish National Opera’s “Covid fan Tutte” (Stefan Bremer/Finnish National Opera )

Finnish National Opera is back in business. The company took advantage of Helsinki’s admirable control of the coronavirus and in September began presenting live opera and dance in full productions with a live, distanced audience and some starry performers, the soprano Karita Mattila included.

This has included a new production now being streamed for free on Opera Vision. The titles come on for “Valkyyria” — a new production of Wagner’s “Die Walküre” — but the first thing you hear is what sounds like an audience coughing up a storm. Already, you know we’re in trouble. The storm music for the prelude packs a punch, but then a disgruntled customer “interface manager” steps in.

“Hey, little guy down there,” she yells at the conductor in the pit. “Stop it with Wagner! Play Mozart!”

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