LORNE MICHAELS RECIEVES KENNEDY CENTER HONOR: Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels is among the five honorees who received the 44th Kennedy Center Honors for their lifetime artistic achievements. Joni Mitchell, Justino Diaz, Bette Midler and Berry Gordy were also celebrated at the event. The ceremony will air December 5th on CBS.
'SPACE JAM' DIRECTOR SLAMS SEQUEL: Joe Pytka, the director of Michael Jordan’s Space Jam movie, is not a fan of the reboot, starring Lebron James. He told TMZ that the new film is an “uninteresting mess” that he couldn’t finish in one sitting. He also had harsh words for it’s star, adding “The truth is that LeBron ain't Michael.”
'WIZARD OF OZ' DRESS FOUND IN TRASH BAG: The famous blue and white checked gingham dress from the 1939 film The Wizard Of Oz was recently found in a trash bag at The Catholic University Of America. According to the student newspaper, the dress was gifted to the university’s founder, Father Gilbert V. Hartke, in the 70s by a friend of Judy Garland’s, Mercedes McCambride. Matt Ripa, the current operations director of the school’s drama department was cleaning out his office in June and found an old trash bag with a shoebox inside. According to the school’s website, the dress was inside the shoe box. Curators from the Smithsonian National Museum say that the dress has several characteristics that lead them to believe it may be authentic.