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Epic’s Amanda Seyfried isn’t the only one in her household with acting chops.
“I got him cast in his first movie," Seyfried said. "I can't really talk about his character, but it's going to shoot in September. I'm really excited about it. He's really excited about it."
The proud stage mom admitted that DeGeneres was right when she described her relationship with Finn as “borderline.”
"Oh, yeah. I know," Seyfried confessed. "He's with me right now. He's actually backstage. I really can't go many places without him."
The talk show host showed some of Seyfried’s photos of her and her pup from her own Twitter feed on the big screen behind them, and presented the actress with a gift: a larger-than-life framed photo of Seyfried and Finn by a roaring fire that the actress had tweeted as a joke.
Just before Memorial Day, a Marine had an extra-special reunion with the dog he worked with in Afghanistan.
Sgt. Ross Gundlach, 25, served in Afghanistan alongside Casey, a yellow Labrador Retriever. Gundlach became very close with his companion, and promised her “if we made it out alive, I'd do whatever it took to find her," reported the Associated Press.
Is Justin Timberlake the cat's meow?
We’re pretty sure this parody of his “Suit & Tie” video is better than the original — thanks to the cats. And if you enjoyed the goat remix of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble," then this video is right up your alley.
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Well, hello there, bright eyes!
The baby bird is thriving, doubling in size in just five days. And she’s already losing some of her downy feathers to look more like an adult.
The hand-reared owlet’s parents are education birds who are trained to fly free during shows and perch on a glove, and this little one will follow in their footsteps.
“She’s been doing well in her first public interactions,” says Cathy Schlott, manager of animal training at the National Aviary. “Her visitors love seeing her up close, and she’s well on her way to being a great education bird.”
Easy there, little guy. Milk is for drinking, not for bathing!
They may be small now, but within a year, these three emu chicks will stand at a whopping 5 to 6 feet tall!
Hatched at the Berlin Zoo, the 3-month-old babies are ready to earn their stripes — with Dad at their side. Interestingly, an emu mom lays and incubates the eggs, but her job with the little ones stops there. All of the other duties of raising the chicks go to dad, reports Zooborns.
Native to Australia, the emu is the second-largest bird in the world, behind the ostrich.
We adore the striped look they’re sporting now, but the chicks will turn almost entirely black before their feathers eventually change to a mix of tan, brown and black.