From one of the guys who brought you, "Franks and beans!" and "Is that hair gel?" ... comes a kick-ass home tucked away in the hills over Los Angeles.
Frank Beddor, who was a producer on "There's Something About Mary" -- and wrote "Hatter Madigan: Ghost in the Hatbox" -- is selling his 4,000 sq. ft crib in L.A.'s chill Los Feliz neighborhood.
Our real estate sources say the 4 bed, 4 bath pad is listed for $6.5 million. It looks like a relaxing lake house from the outside, and inside features Brazilian walnut floors and tinted concrete counters. There's also a huge guesthouse.
We know Aileen Comora from The Agency is repping Frank -- but we still have no clue how the beans got above the frank.
The three elementary school teachers who reworked the "Ghostbusters" theme for the new movie are about to get some green dumped on them, but it's not slime.
No Small Children -- drummer Nicola Berlinsky, singer Joanie Pimentel and her sister/guitarist Lisa -- just scored a deal with RCA for their punk rock overhaul, which plays during the film credits.
It's an amazing story ... the 3 decided to start NSC 4 years ago during recess at their North Hollywood school. Last Halloween, they dressed up as Ghostbusters and played their version of the theme song during a club gig. They decided to record it and got it to the film's composer, Teddy Shapiro, whose kid happens to be a student at their 9 to 5.
NSC didn't think they had a shot after hearing big-name musicians were also up for the gig, but got the call ... GHOSTBUSTERS!
Check out the video ... the trio's going places, and hiring!!! But don't worry kids, they'll be back with a syllabus in the fall.
Screenwriting duo and real-life couple Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz are proof words have great worth ... they're selling their Brentwood home for $15.9 million!
Willard and Gloria were Hollywood all-stars in the '70s and '80s ... with film credits that include "American Graffiti" and "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom." They also worked on the 'Star Wars' franchise.
The home's around 5,200 square feet, but the steep price is more about acreage ... 1.45 in the pricey Mandeville Canyon area of West L.A.
The couple is repped by Cindy Ambuehl at The Agency.
Leslie Jones is in the middle of a social media uproar after Twitter shut down the writer Leslie blames for touching off a storm of racist hate against her.
Milo Yiannopoulos -- a tech editor for the conservative news site Breitbart -- got banned after Leslie went back and forth with him and his followers over a very mean review Milo wrote about "Ghostbusters." We say "mean" because he called Leslie ... "worthy of a minstrel show."
Leslie's exchange with Milo and her followers included several trolls comparing her to a gorilla.
Garry Marshall, who created and produced some of the biggest shows in TV history including "Happy Days," and "Mork & Mindy," has died.
Marshall was a prolific and successful TV producer. His credits almost stretch a mile ... "Laverne & Shirley," "The Odd Couple," and on and on.
In addition to working behind the camera, Marshall also appeared on TV and in movies. He appeared in "Goldfinger," "Happy Days," "Lost in America," "Pretty Woman," "Beaches," "A League of Their Own," and "Murphy Brown."
Marshall was married to Barbara for 53 years, and they had 3 kids. His sister is Penny Marshall, who became famous starring in "Laverne & Shirley."
Garry was an avid baseball fan.
Garry died at 5 PM Tuesday of complications from pneumonia. He had suffered a stroke recently and had been hospitalized.
His family said, "He loved telling stories, making people laugh, and playing softball, winning numerous championships. Even at age 81, he had a record this year of 6 - 1 pitching for his team."
Justin Bieber passed on poppin' bottles after his Madison Square Garden concert -- but still dropped some coin to rent out an entire theater for his crew to watch "The Secret Life of Pets."
Sources tell us JB locked down an entire cinema for himself and about 10 friends to get a private viewing of the #1 movie. It's unclear what size theater Justin secured at the AMC theater in Times Square Monday night -- but it would've cost him somewhere between $750 and $3,000.
And guess who made the cut -- Bieber's ex-gf Chantel Jeffries.
Suge Knight's lawyer is firing off warning letters to the folks at Lifetime ... trash talk me in my ex's biopic film and it'll cost you big.
Suge's lawyer, J. Tooson, tells TMZ his warning is simple ... Suge has certain rights of privacy that he insists on protecting, and he expects the upcoming "The Michel'le Story" will honor those rights. The lawyer also warns producers not to defame him.
The movie's currently in production ... though Lifetime's yet to set a release date.
Our sources tell us ... "Big Country" was added to the cast after Paige VanZant dropped out due to a training conflict and to prepare for her upcoming fight ... and they were blown away by Nelson's acting skills.
In fact, we're told director Dimitri Logothetis initially only had Nelson slated for a minor scene in Nevada ... but he was so good, producers expanded his role ... and he's currently filming a scene in Thailand!
We're told Nelson plays a prisoner who's training for some kind of death match. He joins a cast stacked with real life athletes including Mike Tyson, Georges St-Pierre, Fabricio Werdum and Ronaldinho.
By the way, Nelson fought in Vegas on July 7th -- and was hit so hard in the face he lost a tooth!!!
Tupac's biopic is in mortal danger ... because of a feud between a rapper and a publishing giant.
Rapper Daz Dillinger claims he holds the rights to the track "Ambitionz Az a Ridah" ... prominently featured in the "All Eyez on Me" movie. But Daz claims BMG publishing house begs to differ, insisting only it can green light the song for the flick. Thus, there's now a standoff.
The movie release has been pushed from September to November ... we're told so Daz and BMG can resolve the conflict.
This is the latest in a series of nasty legal battles between Daz and BMG. The rapper sued BMG back in April, claiming the company owes him more than $75k in royalties.
For it's part ... BMG says Daz's beef is really with eOne, the music licensing company that controls rights on the song. BMG says it merely collects royalties on eOne's behalf.
Jenny McCarthy and Tara Reid went off on each other -- live on the air -- when a 'Sharknado' promotion turned into a battle royale over fake boobs and gnarly plastic surgeries.
The showdown happened on Jenny's SiriusXM show Friday, and when she asked Tara if she had to get in shape for her role in 'Sharknado 4' ... things got nasty quickly. You gotta hear it.
Tara tells TMZ she "totally felt so bullied and attacked. It was very unprofessional." She says there's no history of bad blood with Jenny, but feels like "she just wanted to hurt my feelings and say things that would bother me."
Well, that definitely happened. The final dig as Tara walks out is awesome.
And this was no on-air stunt ... Tara says, "She definitely didn't apologize" after the attempted interview.