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Grab your backpacks and let’s go! Michael Bay is bringing the popular kids series “Dora the Explorer” to the big screen. according to the Hollywood reporter, the “Transformers” director will produce a live-action film featuring the bilingual adventurer as a teenager moving to the city.

If you’re going to get photobombed during your proposal, it might as be a celebrity right? Cincinnati Zoo’s Fiona the hippo has been viral sensation since birth.  So it would be no surprise if she didn’t like sharing her spotlight. Fiona pulled off a feel-good photobomb during a marriage proposal at the zoo. The couple, who are huge Fiona fans, said they were happy she could be a part of their special day.

You’re in for a Halloween treat with the cutest costume contest ever. These NICU babies are part of a new tradition at a children’s hospital near Chicago. They can’t trick or treat just yet but that didn’t stop their parents from using their creativity. Costumes ranged from the Addams Family to a beautiful little butterfly, these little ones competed for best dressed. The doctors say it’s a much needed break in what’s a trying time for these families. Some of the staff even got in on the Halloween fun.

Actor Robert Guillaume has died. The two-time Emmy winner developed complications from prostate cancer. Guillaume started performing in Broadway musicals. Moving onto TV series “Soap” and “Benson,” where he became best known for playing the level-headed title character.
 He also provided the voice of Rafiki in Disney’s “The Lion King” movies as well as appearing with Morgan Freeman in 1989’s “Lean on Me.” He was 89 years old.

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