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Since McDonald's introduced the Happy Meal in 1979, it has captivated millions of children's hearts (and tummies). What could make a kid smile wider than a fun carton box filled with a cheeseburger, French fries, a cookie, a drink, and one of the signature free Happy Meal toys?Today's Happy Meal toys are a far cry from the ones you might have gotten when you were growing up. The chain has moved on from Ronald McDonald dolls to toys like Barbies and Hot Wheels cars.While other fast-food chains like Sonic, Chick-fil-A, and Burger King have included toys in their kid's meals, the Happy Meal has a special place in every American child's knickknack collection. Some have even become popular antique collector's items. From Berenstain Bears to Beanie Babies, here's a jog down the golden arches' memory lane of the most popular vintage Happy Meal toys.And for more, don't miss these 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback. Happy Meal Toys from the '70s 1 Ronald McDonald Doll Through a modern lens, this Ronald McDonald doll commercial might be the stuff of nightmares. But when this toy was released in the '70s, it was a must-have. In fact, it was so popular that it became a Happy Meal toy in the '80s, according to MeTV.RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox! 2 Star Trek Toys This promotion was more than just the Happy Meal toys—even the boxes were rebranded in partnership with Star Trek: The Motion Picture in 1979. The Star Trek Happy Meal toys included games, comics, and plastic rings.RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox! 3 McWrist Wallet These plastic bands look like watches, but they're really compartments to hold loose change. You can still shop them on eBay, though their "wallet" functionality is questionable.And for more throwbacks, don't miss these 30 McDonald's Facts All '80s Kids Remember. 4 Diener Keshi Figures Some of the earliest Happy Meal toys included Diener Keshi figures shaped like race cars, animals, and more. There are plenty of options available on eBay if you're really feeling nostalgic. 5 McDonaldland Cookies OK, this isn't technically a toy. But when the Happy Meal was first introduced in 1979, it came with a bag of mini cookies. Today's Happy Meals don't include a dessert, but you can always add a McFlurry or cookie onto your order.Feeling nostalgic? Here's What McDonald's Served When You Were Born. Happy Meal Toys from the '80s 1 McNugget Buddies Various iterations of McNugget Buddies have been offered at McDonald's over the years, but they first came around in the '80s. In addition to the commercials about the Happy Meal toys, there were also McNugget Buddies mini-episodes, like this one where the McNuggets were detectives. 2 Berenstain Bears In 1986, McDonald's offered Happy Meal toys based on the iconic children's book series. (And yes, it really was spelled Berenstain and not Berenstein.) 3 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers The Disney chipmunks got the Happy Meal treatment in 1989. But we don't blame you if you think the catchy Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers theme song is more memorable than the plastic toys. 4 Muppet Babies Could these toys be any cuter? Baby Kermit, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear, and Miss Piggy all came to play in this Happy Meal set. The best part was that you could switch the different figurines to ride each others' vehicles, too. 5 Mickey's Birthdayland Racers In honor of Mickey Mouse's birthday, these Disney-themed racecars featured the "fab five": Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, and Pluto. There were special Happy Meal boxes decorated with the cartoon characters, too. 6 Bambi Figurines In 1988, McDonald's offered poseable toys based on the Bambi characters, including fan favorites like Thumper and Flower in addition to the titular deer. 7 DuckTales Figurines Released in 1988, these DuckTales toys featured characters from the cartoon series with the famous theme song. Happy Meal Toys from the '90s 1 Ty Teenie Beanie Babies When Beanie Babies hit the shelves in 1993, McDonald's was not far behind with the creation of Ty Teenie Babies Happy Meal toys. Chocolate the moose, Chip the cat, Goldie the goldfish, and Speedy the turtle were some of the Ty furry friends kids found in their red boxes. The teenie Beanie Babies became so popular that McDonald's sold more than 100 million in 1997 alone, and commotions broke out at several McDonald's locations as customers fought for the toys, resulting in injury, police calls, and even criminal charges. 2 Nature's Watch This irresistibly cute nature set included a double shovel-rake, a hose cup, a mini-greenhouse, and even a little bird feeder. Pretty cool for the free toys that come with your McNuggets. 3 Tiny Toons Flip Cars For a limited time, characters like Elmyra Duff and Plucky Duck were racing for spots in kids' Happy Meals—literally. The toys included the characters and their cars, but each character was switched out every week, so if you wanted one Tiny Toon over the other, you had to act fast. 4 Happy Birthday Happy Meal For the 15th anniversary of the Mickey D's Happy Meal, the fast-food joint launched a medley of its most popular toys, including favorites like the Berenstain Bears and Muppet Babies characters. All 11 of the Happy Meal toys connected to form a birthday train! 5 Tamagotchi You know you wish you still had one. While you actually couldn't feed and bathe your McDonald's pet, these keychains are relics of the Japanese, egg-shaped digital toy.RELATED: The easy way to make healthier comfort foods. 6 Michael Jordan Fitness Fun McDonald's promoting health and fitness? Only when it comes to Michael Jordan, who was at the pinnacle of his NBA career in the '90s. The basketball phenom sealed the 1992 championship win for the Chicago Bulls against the Portland Trail Blazers. That same year, MJ was named MVP for the second time in a row. Each fitness set came with a mini basketball, football, soccer ball, jump rope, and toy stopwatch. 7 Power Rangers These action figurines debuted during the same time as the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie, which was based on the popular television series. Whether you were rooting for the green ranger or the pink ranger, these toys brought their superhero skills off the screen and onto your table.Whatever decade you grew up during, there were probably some fun Happy Meal toys going around at the time. And today, Happy Meals still reign supreme among fast-food kids' meals.And for more, here's What Happens to Your Body When You Drink a Smoothie Every Day.
California’s limited stay-at-home order that includes a 10 p.m. curfew for businesses has hit Hollywood, as FilmLA announced on Wednesday that all overnight film permits have been rescinded and production crews must cease filming by 10 p.m.In addition, setup for on-location filming will not be able to start until 7 a.m. in residential areas and 5 a.m. in commercial areas. The strict hours will remain in effect until state officials lift the stay-at-home order, which is currently set to expire on Dec. 21 but may be extended if COVID-19 infections in L.A. County are not suppressed by then.FilmLA has offered to assist any productions affected by the loss of overnight filming, with the permit office’s production coordinators and solutions services teams available for any producers set to start filming sometime over the next month.Also Read: LA County Faces New Stay-at-Home Order Starting Saturday Due to COVID SurgeLast Thursday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered nearly all counties in California to reset to the lowest tier in the state’s reopening system, with all nonessential businesses and gatherings shutting down between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.The order came as infection rates in the state, as with the rest of the U.S., have continued to rapidly escalate with COVID-19 positivity rates doubling to 5.9% over the past month. To date, 1.14 million cases have been reported in California with 18,881 deaths.Read original story Overnight Film Permits Rescinded as California Pandemic Curfew Hits Hollywood At TheWrap
“The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” scored its biggest audience in more than a year with Tuesday night’s interview with Barack Obama.The episode, during which the former president promoted his new memoir “A Promised Land” and denounced the current administration’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, was watched by 3.49 million people, according to Nielsen.The last time “The Late Show” had an audience that big was in October 2019, when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sat down for an interview with Colbert following Congress’ decision to launch an impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump.Also Read: Colbert Imagines if Trump's Turkeys Ditched a Pardon and Went Out Like 'Thelma and Louise' (Video)“The Late Show” is currently averaging 3.02 million viewers, leading competitors “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” with 1.77 million and 1.50 million total viewers, respectively. The CBS late-night show is also leading in another key demographic, adults aged 18-49, with 452,000 viewers to Kimmel’s 386,000 and Fallon’s 348,000.During Colbert’s interview with Obama — the show’s first in-person sit-down since the start of the pandemic — the former president criticized the current administration’s “shambolic” response to COVID-19, saying, “There is no doubt we would have saved some lives” if the crisis had been better handled by the federal government. Obama also lambasted the Republican party, unfavorably comparing them to Colbert’s parody of conservatism on “The Colbert Report.”“I think that that is a measure of how detached from reality and how embedded ideological and conspiratorial thinking has become, where you’re doing it even when it’s to your disadvantage,” Obama said, noting that a stronger response to the pandemic would have been “good politics” for Trump and the Republican party in the months leading up to the election. “You’re drinking your own Kool-Aid in a way that I think is troublesome.”Read original story Stephen Colbert’s Obama Interview Draws Biggest ‘Late Show’ Audience in a Year At TheWrap
As many cities and states begin to suspend indoor dining again, due to the current surge in COVID-19 cases nationwide, we could all benefit from a dose of good news. And just like clockwork, a pizza chain adored by many granted a wish we didn't even know we had: new menu items.Mellow Mushroom didn't just roll out one or two new delicious food items, the chain introduced seven of them. From salads to stacked pizza pies, here's a quick rundown of each new menu item you can expect to see at a location near you. (Related: The Saddest Restaurant Closures In Your State.)Kicking off the list of new menu items is the Avocado Smash appetizer which, as the name suggests, is a plate of mashed avocados seasoned with garlic, lime, and salt that sits on top of toast points. It's then topped with fresh basil, diced Roma tomatoes, and feta cheese. Another new appetizer to look forward to ordering at Mellow Mushroom is a plate of Teriyaki Wings, which includes five chicken wings.The pizza chain is also introducing two new salads, the first of which, the Elevated Cobb Salad, has a Romaine lettuce base and contains chicken, applewood smoked bacon, avocado, tomatoes, crumbled blue cheese. Next, there's the savory yet sweet Mellow Chick Salad which packs dried cherries, sweet onions, chopped pecans, curried mayo, and an assortment of fresh veggies such as cucumber, celery, and carrots. All of these topping are tossed with a bed of spring mix and drizzled with balsamic vinaigrette.Of course, a respected pizza chain couldn't debut a handful of new menu items if some of them weren't also pizza pies, right? Joining Mellow Mushroom's impressive lineup of pizzas is the Backyard BBQ Pie, which features roasted pork that's been doused in sweet BBQ sauce, mozzarella, Peppadew peppers, chives, and roasted poblano peppers. This flavor-filled pie is then finished with a swath of garlic butter and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.Mellow Mushroom is also welcoming the Wild in Havana Pie—a pizza topped with jerk marinated meats including pork, ham, salami. Swiss and mozzarella cheeses, diced pickles, and a mayo-mustard drizzle are other major highlights you'll see on this new menu item.Finally, there's the Havana Hoagie sandwich which, much like the pie, includes ham, pickles, Swiss cheese, and mustard. All of these new menu items are permanent so you have ample to order them for delivery or takeout this winter and beyond!For more updates on new restaurant menu items, be sure to sign up for our newsletter.
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The directors of the environmental documentary “Kiss the Ground” had made three films about oil and wanted to change it up. But when the subject of soil came up, they hesitated: How do you make a movie about dirt exciting?Filmmakers Josh Tickell and Rebecca Tickell wound up spending seven years making their latest doc, “Kiss the Ground,” and all along the way they worried that by the end of the process there may not be a cohesive or compelling story to tell and that their film would be “dull as dirt.” What convinced them, however, was the potential in how healthy soil could help turn back the tide of climate change. They wanted to see the seeds that could actually grow from this dirt.“The only way to downgrade from making a movie about oil, was making a movie about soil. We wanted something more interesting,” co-director Josh Tickell told TheWrap in a virtual screening. But the data they found was shocking and made them keep going. “That’s kind of the biggest game-changer we can look at. There’s no bigger issue than fixing climate change. So seven years, a little long, but save humanity. The film’s not going to do that itself, but the information is so valuable. So if we could make a contribution in that way, it was worth it.”Also Read: 'Crip Camp' Lands 5 Nominations to Top IDA Documentary Awards“It was shocking because when we found out the single largest, most actionable thing we could do to reverse climate change was called regenerative agriculture, and it was a concept we had never heard of,” Rebecca Tickell added. “Part of why it took so long is getting the movement and getting our minds around this concept of regeneration so we could tell the story of how to reverse climate change.”“Kiss The Ground” focuses specifically on the Earth’s soil and the agricultural industry to explain how, through a process called “regeneration” that revitalizes the soil, scientists and farmers have actually been able to restore previously lost ecosystems and food supplies. The filmmakers, in some ways, stumbled across something potentially (excuse the dirt pun) groundbreaking and made the film in the hopes that this is a solution that can actually reverse climate change.“It kept me up at night thinking this is so important for the world to hear, but it’s still not put together, and it’s still not out there,” actor and producer Ian Somerhalder, who you’d recognize from “Lost” and “The Vampire Diaries,” told TheWrap. “Where does this footage play into the greater scheme of creating a situation where we can stop the greatest existential threat to human kind? Real small things that keep me up at night.”Also Read: Sarah Cooper Tackles Climate Change With Latest Trump Lip-SyncThe problem they ran into was, again, how to make a movie about dirt interesting. The filmmakers throw a lot of terms and agricultural and environmental jargon at you in explaining the effects of regeneration, and, in some cases, they had a hard time getting scientists to all agree on the basic facts of a field that has so many facets and still requires a lot of research.In the end, Rebecca Tickell explained that “Kiss the Ground” went through 15 different edits, beginning with a version in which they followed a single person who was an advocate for restoring soil, but they couldn’t manage to get all of the important terminology into the film to explain just how game-changing this process could be.“Soil and carbon had to become the hero. We had to personify, anthropomorphize something that’s non-human,” Josh Tickell said. “Getting realistic about the element, getting realistic about the journey, that helped us craft something that hopefully is enjoyable to watch and educational.”The filmmakers additionally say “Kiss the Ground” has earned the attention of scientists, farmers and activists alike, crossing boundaries in terms of a highly politicized issue and even being used as a teaching tool, with the directors providing a 45-minute cut of the film to over 30 million kids for free.Also Read: 'Rebuilding Paradise' Director Ron Howard About Why He's Spoken Up About Climate Change (Exclusive Video)But what the filmmakers say has been heartening about the process is how hopeful a documentary “Kiss the Ground” is compared to so many other environmental films about the impending doom brought by climate change. They pointed to Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” as an example of a movie that showed how screwed we are, but hope this film can point the way to a solution.“We have entered into this new stage of paralysis where we don’t want to talk about it, we don’t want to think about it. Thank goodness COVID came along because I can put it out of my mind,” Rebecca Tickell said. “We had to right up front acknowledge that. We had to let people know, we’re going to show you some bad news, but we’re also going to show you some great news. In fact, this is the best news you’ve probably ever heard, potentially.”“2006, we learned the bad news. Yes, it was based on facts and information. 2020, you learn the good news,” Josh Tickell added. “This is the new path we can take. This is the next two or three decades after which we cool the planet, we balance the climate, we feed 10 million people. There’s no negatives, there’s no downside here. In a way it’s the most important science there is.”“Kiss the Ground” is available on Netflix and Vimeo On Demand now. Check out the full interview with the filmmakers above.Read original story How ‘Kiss the Ground’ Directors Avoided Making Soil Documentary ‘Dull as Dirt’ (Video) At TheWrap
Donald Trump came out of hiding for a strangely brief White House press briefing on Tuesday in which he bragged about the stock market for just one minute before promptly departing without taking any questions. On Wednesday, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski paid a visit to “The View” to try to make sense of Trump’s latest move in a string of bizarre behaviors since he lost the election to Joe Biden.“Yesterday, it was the tale of two press conferences,” Whoopi Goldberg said. “There was a Biden press conference, his first slate of cabinet picks, and then you-know-who with his big-baby act, who took the mic for an impromptu briefing which lasted 64 seconds, apparently.”She had just one question about “you-know-who” — her nickname for Trump — for the “Morning Joe” team: “What is happening?”Also Read: 'Fox & Friends' Host: 'It's Incumbent Upon' Trump to Concede: 'With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility'“What’s happening is exactly what we knew was going to happen, and Donald Trump is continuing to perform his shock opera,” Scarborough said. “This is sort of the finale. It’s not a grand finale,” he said, before his wife cut in.“It was more like a womp-womp,” Brzezinski added, imitating the cartoon sound effect.“The comments from the people in the White House press corps afterward were a lot like George W. Bush’s after the inauguration where he said, ‘That was some strange stuff,'” Scarborough said.Also Read: Colbert Imagines if Trump's Turkeys Ditched a Pardon and Went Out Like 'Thelma and Louise' (Video)He added: “There’s nothing he can say, there’s nothing that he’s going to do that can stop the inevitable — which is that 80 million people voted for Joe Biden, and Joe Biden won over 300 electoral votes, so he’s going to be the next President of the United States — and I think the best thing we can all do is focus on what’s relevant and that is what the next administration is going to look like.”See the rest of the Trump discussion — and what they have to say about Biden’s cabinet — in the clip below.“There’s nothing that [Trump’s] going to do that can stop the inevitable, which is 80 million people voted for Joe Biden… so he’s going to be the next president.”MorningJoe’s @JoeNBC and @morningmika weigh in on Trump not conceding and latest actions: https://t.co/f8u2wbJuik pic.twitter.com/zTxA3lEuxP— The View (@TheView) November 25, 2020Read original story ‘Morning Joe’ Hosts Visit ‘The View’ to Trash Trump’s Bizarre, 1-Minute Press Briefing (Video) At TheWrap
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The New York Times has sued Time, arguing that the magazine’s “Time100 Talks” branding for a livestream series sounds too much like the paper’s trademarked “Times Talks” event series.“This is a straightforward case of trademark infringement, unfair competition, and deceptive trade practices,” a lawyer for the Times aruged in a complaint filed last Friday in a New York court.“For more than 20 years, Plaintiff The New York Times Company (“NYTCo”) has used the trademark Times Talks in commerce in connection with a series of live and virtual recorded events consisting of conversations between The New York Times journalists and leading talents and thinkers,” the complaint says. “NYTCo uses its Times Talks mark prominently at its NYTimes.com website and at its dedicated YouTube channel, and promotes the long-running Times Talks series across various media and social media channels, including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, etc.”Also Read: NY Times Hits 7 Million Subscribers, Led by Digital-Only ReadersA spokesperson for Time told TheWrap, “It’s flattering that the New York Times is concerned with the success of Time 100 Talks, but we find their complaint to be baseless and somewhat bewildering. The Time 100 brand has been registered as a trademark and widely recognized for more than two decades, and the word ‘talks’ is commonly used across similar programs in many industries.”The “Time100 Talks” — held digitally amid the coronavirus crisis — are branded by the magazine as “a new live event series that convenes leaders from every field to spotlight solutions to urgent global problems and encourage cross-disciplinary action.”“Time 100 Talks” promotional materials also highlight past speakers like Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Dalai Lama and UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie.Read original story New York Times Sues Time Magazine Over ‘Time100 Talks’ Branding At TheWrap
The sports world was rocked this morning when news broke about the sudden death of Argentinian football legend Diego Maradona. According to his long-time attorney, Maradona passed away from a heart attack and had been recovering from recent brain surgery.The superstar leaves behind a rich legacy of gameplay — among his notable career moments, Maradona played in four World Cups, winning the title for Argentina in 1986. That victory cemented Maradona as a household name, especially after his iconic (and controversial) “Hand of God” goal.Maradona began his career at age 16 with the Argentinos Juniors and went on to play for Barcelona, Napoli, Sevilla and Boca Juniors. In later years, he coached Argentina’s national team. Also Read: Watch Soccer Star Diego Maradona's Sickest Goals Including the 'Hand of God' (Video)Following news of his death, tributes from the sports world and from Maradona’s teammates and colleagues began pouring in, including eulogies from Napoli and FC Barcelona, two of Maradona’s major clubs.“The world awaits our words but there are no words to describe the pain we’re going through,” Napoli tweeted. “Now is the time to grieve.”The world awaits our words but there are no words to describe the pain we're going through. Now is the time to grieve. Diego 💙 pic.twitter.com/40TTOIDNQ4— Official SSC Napoli (@en_sscnapoli) November 25, 2020“Thank you for everything, Diego,” FC Barcelona tweeted.Thank you for everything, Diego pic.twitter.com/bJ9l3ixY7A— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) November 25, 2020England’s Gary Lineker, who also scored in that fateful 1986 World Cup, sent his condolences despite his well-documented rivalry with Maradona. Lineker called the late star “the best player of my generation and arguably the greatest of all time.”Reports from Argentina that Diego Armando Maradona has died. By some distance the best player of my generation and arguably the greatest of all time. After a blessed but troubled life, hopefully he’ll finally find some comfort in the hands of God. RipDiego— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) November 25, 2020Despite not having a Twitter account, Argentinian superstar Lionel Messi gave a statement about his friend and former coach, saying, “Even if I played for a million years, I’d never come close to Diego Maradona. Not that I would want to anyway. He’s the greatest there’s ever been.””Even if I played for a million years, I’d never come close to Diego Maradona. Not that I would want to anyway. He’s the greatest there’s ever been.”\- Lionel Messi pic.twitter.com/hKAc7RIQMY— 433 (@433) November 25, 2020See more reactions and tributes below:RIP Football legend Diego Maradona 🙏Photograph by Neal Preston © Queen Productions Ltd pic.twitter.com/A3o8A6pO2s— Queen (@QueenWillRock) November 25, 2020UEFA president Aleksander Čeferin: "I am deeply saddened to hear of the death of Diego Maradona, one of world football’s greatest and most iconic figures. He achieved greatness as a wonderful player with a genius and charisma of his own." pic.twitter.com/BYGWL2sNFZ— UEFA (@UEFA) November 25, 2020“What a player he was — undoubtedly the best of his era and up there with the greatest ever."Bryan Robson on Diego Maradona ❤— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 25, 2020RIP Diego Maradona, 60. A wild, passionate, complex footballing genius so brilliantly talented he reduced even the best opposing teams to mass quivering wrecks. Winning the World Cup for Argentina made him a Great. But what he did at Napoli made him a God. Such sad news. pic.twitter.com/H4R6oVfpmv— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 25, 2020Rest in peace, Diego Maradona. A legend of the game. 💙🤍 pic.twitter.com/lm6NBUlvTA— The Players' Tribune (@PlayersTribune) November 25, 2020"I've always said what an immense talent he was. It is a sad day for everyone involved in football."Brendan Rodgers pays tribute to Diego Maradona following his passing. pic.twitter.com/H6dXGDhZJa— Leicester City (@LCFC) November 25, 2020One of the greatest ever. Taken too soon. pic.twitter.com/6u9LQG1fMR— FootballJOE (@FootballJOE) November 25, 2020Brazil legend Pele's tribute to Diego Maradona: "One day we'll kick a ball together in the sky above." ♥️ RIPDiego pic.twitter.com/GLMA27Y7Q7— Emma Sanders (@em_sandy) November 25, 2020Such sad news. A true legend of the sport. RIP Diego Maradona. pic.twitter.com/G0Mz4raHTj— Dele (@dele_official) November 25, 2020Almost a Blade at 17. RIP Diego. ❤️Sheffield United are joining the football world in saying farewell to one of the greatest players to have ever played the beautiful game, Diego Maradona. pic.twitter.com/zOexhEKMhI— Sheffield United (@SheffieldUnited) November 25, 2020No one did a warm-up like Diego Maradona. (via @boxtoboxfootbal)pic.twitter.com/OWUFKSNZCc— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) November 25, 2020A sad day for the football world. One of the main faces in the history of the game. We will all miss you. 🙏🏽😢 Rest in peace, Diego Maradona. pic.twitter.com/yDgU9cIsVw— Jérôme Boateng (@JeromeBoateng) November 25, 2020Read original story Diego Maradona Remembered by Lionel Messi, Gary Lineker and More: ‘Greatest of All Time’ At TheWrap