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The first full-length trailer for "Wicked" is out now. The film adaptation of the Broadway musical stars Ariana Grande and Cynthia Erivo as the witches of Oz. The rest of the cast includes Jeff Goldblum, Peter Dinklage and Michelle Yeoh. The first part of the two-part adaptation of "Wicked" will hit theaters on November 27th. The second will release Christmas Day 2025.


Netflix is jumping into the huddle of America's Team. The streaming giant is producing a documentary series about the Dallas Cowboys and owner Jerry Jones. Netflix says it will tell the definitive story of Jones and his unique journey in transforming the Cowboys. There is no release date yet.


What is America's best roadside attraction? According to editors at USA Today and their readers, that annual honor goes to Lucy the Elephant, a fixture at the Jersey Shore for more than 140 years. The 65-foot architectural wonder draws tens of thousands of visitors every year to Margate City. You can see them posing under Lucy's tusks. Lucy beat out some tough competition for best roadside attraction, including Shealy's Official Skunk Ape Headquarters in Ochopee near the Florida Everglades, The World's Largest Ball of Twine in Cawker City, Kansas; and the Paul A. Johnson Pencil Sharpener Museum in Logan, Ohio.


A spinoff of America's most popular TV game show is coming to Amazon Prime Video. "Pop Culture Jeopardy!" will be the first time a version of the game show has been created for a streaming service. This iteration of Jeopardy! will focus on categories from music and movies to sports and celebrities. According to Variety, contestants will play in teams of three. Amazon's head of unscripted programming calls it a "must-watch for long-time viewers and new fans alike."


You can now eat the head of basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal. The four time NBA champion and former Orlando Magic Star is entering the candy business, coming out with gummies called ""Shaq A Licious XL Gummies." He showed TMZ Sports that the candies are shaped like his head and will come in peach, berry punch, and orange flavors. There's no word yet as to when ""Shaq A Licious XL Gummies" will be available to purchase. 


A legendary band is heading for a breakup. I'm talking about Chuck E. Cheese's infamous animatronic musicians, known as Munch's Make Believe Band. The band will be gone at all but two of Chuck E. Cheese's more than 400 locations by the end of the year. The remaining locations: Los Angeles and Nanuet, New York. The rest will move to featuring more screens, digital dance floors and trampoline gyms.


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