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Jay Leno is now out of a Los Angeles burn hospital after about 10 days. The comedian first went to the Grossman Burn Center after getting significant burns on his face and hands. It happened while he was working on a classic car at his garage on November 12. He's expected to make a full recovery.


The publishers of Bob Dylan's latest book are offering refunds to those who purchased "hand-signed" edition admitting they used auto pen technology. Auto pen signatures aren't genuine autographs and don't attract the value of a real one in the collector's market. Simon & Suchester originally announced 900 copies of Dylan's "The Philosophy of Modern Song" were personally signed by the singer. They released a statement after fans called them liars and frauds saying they would give each purchaser an immediate refund.


The upcoming film "Indiana Jones 5" will feature a de-aged Harrison Ford. Speaking to Empire, the film's director James Mangold said the de-aging technology is only used in the film's opening scene, which is set in 1944 and will show Indiana fighting off a group of Nazis. Producer Kathleen Kennedy said she hopes fans think "they just found footage" and it was shot 40 years ago, due to how realistic they think the technology is. "Indiana Jones 5" releases in theaters next June 30th.


A couple of reality TV stars are being canceled...by a judge. Todd and Julie Chrisley are going to federal prison after they were found guilty in a tax evasion case. Prosecutors said the Chrisleys took out 30-million-dollars in fraudulent bank loans to fun their lavish lifestyle before becoming starring on USA Network's "Chrisley Knows Best." They used a film production company to hide income to keep the IRS from collecting unpaid taxes. A federal judge sentenced Todd to 12 years in prison, along with 16 months probation. Julie was sentenced to seven years in prison plus 16 months probation.


Nearly five decades after the death of martial arts icon Bruce Lee, a new research paper suggests he didn't die from brain swelling. In a new study published in the Clinical Kidney Journal, a group of kidney specialists in Spain propose that he died from drinking too much water. The study says Lee had multiple risk factors for a condition that may have caused his "kidney's inability to excrete excess water." Bruce Lee's sudden death in 1973 at the age of 32 has been the center of much speculation throughout the years since he died. Some fans have theorized Lee was assassinated while a recent book suggested he died from heat exhaustion.


Mariah Carey posted on Instagram that her "childhood dream is coming to life!" She'll be performing her iconic 1994 holiday song "All I Want For Christmas Is You," during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Carey will appear just before Santa's float. The parade kicks off Thursday at 9 a.m.on NBC.


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