What's in your kettle? There are still quite a few days left in the holiday season, and Salvation Army bell-ringers are receiving generous but unusual donations. A few days ago, it was reported that a rare coin was anonymously placed in a kettle in Dallas, and in Pennsylvania, the organization received a diamond ring and wedding band wrapped in a dollar bill.
'Dog Day Afternoon' without Al Pacino? It almost happened. On "Larry King Live," the legendary actor said he turned down the iconic role but reconsidered because he reread the script sober. Pacino looked back on his most celebrated roles, such as Tony Montana in "Scarface," and said few people realize that the line "Say hello to my little friend" came from Oliver Stone, who wrote the script.
And ... Michael Corleone speaks - What’s an Al Pacino interview without a question about the Corleones? Here, Pacino talks about why so many people relate to “The Godfather.” The clip is long, but it’s a must-see for Pacino fans.
You've been 'Urkeled': A middle school principal in Tennessee is calling out the fashion police on students wearing baggy pants. Offenders get their droopy drawers zip-tied so they look like nerdy Steve Urkel from the TV sitcom "Family Matters," and they have their photos posted on a wall of shame.