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Watch this paralyzed groom walk down the aisle at his wedding
Matt Ficarra wasn't going to let the 2011 boating accident that left him paralyzed stop him from achieving his dream: to walk down the aisle at his own wedding.With the help of staffers at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Ficarra used a mechanical exoskeleton to help him stand, walk, and reach his bride-to-be, Jordan Basile, at their Oct.
CaCee Cobb, Donald Faison use adorable Instagram to say baby No. 2 is coming
Time for Donald Faison to put on those scrubs again! The actor has a visit to the hospital in his future, he confirmed Tuesday, as he and wife Cacee Cobb will be welcoming a second child.The couple took an adorable route to making the announcement, posting a photo of their son, Rocco, on Instagram and adding the words "I'm a big brother!" on his shirt.
Baby on the way! Cobie Smulders expecting second child with husband Taran Killam
Congrats, Cobie! "How I Met Your Mother" alum Cobie Smulders is pregnant again, expecting her second child with husband Taran Killam, her rep confirms to Us Weekly.PHOTOS: Babies of the year"They talked about growing their family once she was done with ["How I Met Your Mother"] and moved to New York," a source tells Us of the twosome, who wed in September 2012 in Solvang, California.
Upon inspection, Benedict Cumberbatch wax figure is eerily realistic
It doesn't take a genius detective to realize that the new Maddam Tussauds wax figure of actor Benedict Cumberbatch is extremely well done.Unveiled Tuesday in London, the lifelike rendition of the British "Sherlock" star already had women crawling all over it during a photo-op, which included primping, photobombing and selfies galore.
Jennifer Garner: No one asks Ben about work-family balance
Preach! Jennifer Garner was among the handful of high-profile honorees at the Oct. 20 Elle "Women in Hollywood" celebration in Beverly Hills, where she gave a memorable speech about gender equality in the industry.Garner, 42, started her speech by noting why events like "Women in Hollywood" are important. "I mean, the 'Men in Hollywood' event is every day.
Young basketball player with brain disease to play one last game
Lauren Hill, 19, knows she hasnt got much time left to live, but she's hoping there's enough for her to reach her goal of playing on her colleges basketball team. In what may be a first, the NCAA is trying to help Lauren's wish come true, allowing Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati to move up the date of the season opener to Sunday, Nov. 2.
Do you read me, HAL? '2001: A Space Odyssey' gets a new trailer
Nearly a half century after its cinematic debut, Stanley Kubricks science-fiction masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey is getting a new trailer ahead of its re-release in Britain. A digitally restored edition of the landmark film returns to theaters across the U.K. on Nov. 28 as part of the British Film Institutes "Sci-Fi: Days of Fears and Wonder" season.
'Wonder Years' cast reunites, shares what the show taught them about life
It's been 26 years since we first started watching Kevin Arnold, Winnie Cooper and Paul Pfeiffer grow up on "The Wonder Years," and the stars of the iconic '80s show say it took growing up themselves to really learn the lessons they spent years teaching the rest of us on television."When you're young, you don't really take anything in life's just kind of happening to you," Savage told TODAY.
The next big food trend? We asked 7 star chefs for their best guess
Over the weekend, celebrity chefs and their fans descended on Manhattan for the annual Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival, presented by Food & Wine. During the four days and more than 100 events (Jon Bon Jovi kicked off the long weekend by celebrating the national launch of Bongiovi Brand, his dad and brothers new line of pasta sauce), Today.
'Sharknado 3' will snack on D.C., Florida: Here's our dream celebrity menu
It's becoming a summer tradition as American as baseball, apple pie and ... chainsaws? Syfy has unleashed "Sharknado" (set in Los Angeles) and "Sharknado 2: The Second One" (New York), and next summer, no one on the East Coast is safe.Syfy announced on Tuesday that the third "Sharknado" film will begin with an attack on Washington D.C. before the biting buddies coast their way down to Orlando.