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Jon Bernthal Sets Walking Dead Return

The rumors are true: Walking Dead alum Jon Bernthal will reprise his role of Shane Walsh during the zombie dramas forthcoming ninth season, TVLine has learned. Although an AMC rep declined to comment, sources confirm that the Punisher actor will appear in one episode.

Bernthal was written off The Walking Dead near the end of Season 2 when Shane was fatally stabbed by his onetime BFF Rick (Andrew Lincoln). His character returned for an episode in Season 3 when he appeared as a figment of Ricks imagination. Conventional wisdom suggests that Shane will either turn up in another hallucination or in a series of pre-death flashbacks. His comeback also coincides with (unconfirmed) rumblings that Lincoln will depart the AMC hit during Season 9, allegedly after appearing in only a half-dozen episodes. To compensate for the possible loss of its leading man, AMC is reportedly looking to give Norman Reedus (Daryl) a substantial pay boost to stick around.

In addition, The Walking Dead is bracing for the potential departure of Lauren Cohan (Maggie), who will segue to ABCs Whiskey Cavalier after appearing in a handful of Season 9 episodes.

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Ben Affleck happy Fathers Day

Jennifer Garner may be nobodys ashes, as she once said of herself, but she is still a co-parent with ex-husband Ben Affleck.

The Peppermint star, who shares three children with the actor ? daughters Violet, 12, and Seraphina, 9, and son Samuel, 6 ? wished him a happy Fathers Day on Instagram over the weekend with an unexpectedly sweet message.

Our kids are lucky to have a dad who looks at them the way you look at them and loves them the way you love them, Garner wrote under a black-and-white photo of Affleck, adding the hashtags #happyfathersday #threeluckykids #haveagreatday.

After 10 years of marriage, Garner and Affleck announced their split in 2015 and filed for divorce last year. But they have kept things more than civil despite rumors of infidelity that surrounded the breakup. The two are regularly spotted sitting together at soccer games for their children, have praised each other in the press on multiple occasions and even vacationed together as a family. Garner has made it a rule not to reveal too much about her personal life on social media ? the star fought for an anti-paparazzi bill to protect the children of celebrities in 2013. And this is the first time Affleck has appeared on her wildly popular Instagram account.

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'Big' is returning to theaters for its 30th anniversary

Thirty is a big number. When Josh Baskin asked the Zoltar machine to make him big in Penny Marshalls beloved 1988 comedy Big, the magic transformed him into a 30-year-old man (Tom Hanks). Now that 2018 makes the 30th anniversary of Big itself, Turner Classic Movies and 20th Century Fox are celebrating by bringing the film back to theaters for a short time.

On July 15 and July 18, Big will play in more than 700 theaters across the U.S., at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. local time each day. Participating theaters and event tickets can be found on the Fathom Events website. Though a comedy, Big earned Hanks his first Oscar nomination for Best Actor. In 2014, Fox ordered a TV adaptation of the film from the makers of Enlisted, but the show never materialized.

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