Time for "Pop news," everybody. And we begin with some movie news. The force is with the new "Star wars" film once again. The cast and crew of "Star wars: Episode 7" are due back on set after a brief... See More
Time for "Pop news," everybody. And we begin with some movie news. The force is with the new "Star wars" film once again. The cast and crew of "Star wars: Episode 7" are due back on set after a brief hiatus. This he accommodated Harrison Ford's leg injury. It occurred when the movie was shooting in London and he wound up on crutches. Now, though, the actor looking healthy, looking happy at the premiere of the "The expendables 3." He's in that and the new "Star wars" film set for release in December 2015. So, yeah -- play on. Knew he wouldn't be a fugitive for long. Nicely done. Are you going to go there? Don't try to pun off on me. Master -- Save it. That's my move. Stay in your lane, David. An incredible lane it is. Also in "Pop news" this morning, Mr. David, it was a home run at a recent taping of "Antiques roadshow" when a woman brought in a collection of Boston baseball memorabilia to be appraised. Well, that collection includes baseball cards that apraisers didn't think existed anymore. Indicting back to 1871. The collection was a family heirloom passed down from a great, great grandmother who ran a boarding house in Boston where the team lived in the 1870s. The crown jewel was a letter to the landlady, the great, great grandmother that includes notes from three of hall-of-famers. Complimenting her on her cooking. It is the biggest supports treasure ever unearthed on the show and huge win for the owner who once turned down an owner of just $5,000. Worth over a million dollars. That's why we love "Antiques roadshow" and that's why I brake for yard sales.
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