Deadline has learned that the former Minority Report star has joined the cast of FOX's new drama series, Prodigal Son, in a "key recurring role."
Good joins stars Tom Payne, Michael Sheen and Bellamy Young in Prodigal Son, which follows the son of a serial killer who helps the NYPD solve crimes and stop murders. The son, played by Payne, is Malcolm Bright, a criminal psychologist who is gifted with the ability to know how killers think.
Good will play Colette Swanson, an FBI agent and criminal profiler who previously worked alongside Bright during his time at the Bureau. The two are said to have a "mutual distrust, of each other," but now must work together after Swanson takes over a case from Bright.
FOX has also found a key player for their upcoming cop drama, Deputy. According to Deadline, Karrueche Tran, whose show Claws is drawing to a close with the upcoming fourth season on Fox-owned FX, is set to recur on the new series.
It follows a fifth-generation lawman who leads a team of, "ambitious and complicated human beings who won’t rest until justice is served." Tran will plays Genevieve, the "cute and incorrigible" partner of the by-the-books deputy in the department.
Prodigal Son airs Mondays at 9/8c on Fox. A release date for Deputy has yet to be set.
ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- (NOTE CONTENT) After an Interview magazine photo of her was removed from Instagram for violating its apparently gender-specific no-nipple policy, Amber Heard posted a protest in the form of an acceptable topless photo: of her Aquaman leading man, Jason Momoa.
The Momoa photo is pasted over the original Heard photo. And yes, just as Heard's photo does, the Momoa photo lets a nip slip.
The actress snarked: "In honor of IG’s rigorous and equitable Community Guidelines against showing the Female nipple ..and since mine enjoyed the brief privilege that’s afforded to my male counterparts.. I decided to pay homage by replacing it with a picture that DID meet IG’s strict nudity guidelines and such careful gender policies."
Heard shouted out to Momoa in her Instagram story, writing, "BTW, love you AquaHubbs ! Sorry to use your pecs to make a point!"
As of early Wednesday morning there was no reply from Momoa on his Instagram.
Heard plays Mera, the Atlantean Queen to Momoa's King of Atlantis in Aquaman.
Saeed Adyani/Netflix(LOS ANGELES) -- While she's not what many might consider dangerous, unassuming Gilmore Girls star Alexis Bledel is the Most Dangerous Celebrity in the world, according to the computer virus fighters at McAfee.
As it does every year, McAfee's survey reveals which celebrities generate the most dangerous search results online. Searching for Bledel, who starred in The Handmaid's Tale and Netflix's revival of Gilmore Girls, reportedly took her fans to websites and other online portals that infected computers with malware and other network nastiness.
For the record, Late Late Show host James Corden came in second on the 'Most Dangerous' list. Game of Thrones veteran star Sophie Turner was third, the Pitch Perfect series' Anna Kendrick came in fourth, and Oscar winning Black Panther and Us star Lupita Nyong'o rounded out the top five.
Here's McAfee's 2019 Most Dangerous Celebrity list:
1. Alexis Bledel 2. James Corden 3. Sophie Turner 4. Anna Kendrick 5. Lupita Nyong’o 6. Jimmy Fallon 7. Jackie Chan 8. Lil Wayne 9. Nicki Minaj 10. Tessa Thompson
David Livingston/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Following the viral success of her three-second song "Rise and Shine," Kylie Jenner is seeing dollar bills. The 22-year-old beauty mogul is officially trying to trademark the phrase.
Entertainment Tonightreports that Jenner filed papers last week to trademark that phrase and a stylized version “Riiise and Shiiinnee," for both beauty and clothing products.
According to legal docs, the phrase would cover “belts, pants, coats, dresses, footwear, gloves, headbands, headwear, jackets, loungewear, scarves, sleepwear, socks, swimwear and undergarments.”
Around the time she filed for the trademark, she released two $65 hoodies bearing the phrase on herofficial online store, which sold out almost immediately.
The craze over Jenner's "Rise and Shine" song took off on October 10, following avideo tour of her Kylie Cosmetics Officewhere she includes a sweet moment of her waking her daughter, Stormi, from her nap.
The song quickly went viral, spawning countless memes and inspiring artists like Ariana Grande, Lizzo, and Miley Cyrusto cover it. On Monday, Jenner's song broke the TikTok record, becoming the fastesthashtagto reach a billion views.
While fans adore Jenner's singing voice, they're split on her recent legal decision. While supporters say Jenner deserves to cash in on her viral success, others argue she shouldn't trademark a phrase that has been around for literal centuries.
A quick Google search claims that the earliest use of "rise and shine" was found in the King James Bible, written in 1611. The phrase originated from Isaiah 60:1 "Arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the LORD is risen upon thee."
As of Wednesday, the trademark is awaiting approval.
Trae Patton/NBC(NEW YORK) -- The battle rounds continued on Tuesday night'sThe Voice, with artists fromBlake Shelton,Kelly Clarkson,John LegendandGwen Stefani's teams facing off against one another for the chance to advance to the knockout rounds. Tuesday's episode ended with an emotional moment from a member of Team Gwen.
Each coach enlisted the help of a guest adviser during rehearsals:Darius Ruckerfor Team Blake;Normanifor Team Kelly;Usherfor Team Legend; andwill.i.amfor Team Gwen.
Monday night's episode ended in a cliffhanger, with Gwen, who had already lost one artist to Kelly, at risk of losing another to John.
James Violet, who lost his battle toKyndal Inskeep, was up for grabs. Stefani revealed that her plan going into the round was to pick Kyndal and save James, but Legend rained on her parade by attempting to steal him. Ultimately, James picked John, moving on to the knockout rounds as a member of Team Legend.
Here are more of Tuesday's highlights:
Team Blake's country artists,Zach BridgesandCory Jacksonfaced off onToby Keith's "Should've Been a Cowboy." Blake, addressing the camera during rehearsals said the contest came down to which artist could deliver the tune with passion. He predicted it would be a "tough decision." Following the battle, John commended both singers on a great job, but praised the tone of Zach's voice in particular. Gwen agreed, but felt Cory kept "stealing the show" for her. Kelly declared the battle a tie. Blake, going with his gut, gave the victory to Zach, who now moves on to the knockouts as Jackson heads home.
Next, Team Legend's Marybeth Byrdwent head-to-"heads" with duoDane & StephanieonCam's "Burning House." Marybeth felt at a disadvantage being paired with a duo, but Dane, who is in the midst of transitioning from a female to a male, is experiencing changes in his voice and a little unsure of himself. Legend, addressing the camera, said he as looking for "growth" from both acts. Following the performance, Gwen called Dane & Stephanie's harmonies "magical," but found Byrd's voice the one she wants to hear on the radio. Kelly thought the duo, especially Dane, were the stars of this match. Shelton praised Dane & Stephanie for their growth, but was putting his money on Marybeth to be in the finale. Legend had a "tough decision," but named Marybeth the winner, citing her maturity for an 18-year-old. She advances to the next round. Dane & Stephanie were sent packing.
Finally, Gwen, still reeling from losing James Violet, paired former corrections officerRose Shortwith fellow R&B singerJessie Lawrencefor "Can't Feel My Face," byThe Weeknd. Stefani's adviser, will.i.am, thought Jessie definitely had the vocal chops, but lacked authenticity. He believed Rose's biggest obstacle was her lack of confidence. Their performance blew the audience away, as well as the judges, who were hard-pressed to pick a winner. Gwen gave the battle to Rose, who moves on to the knockout rounds.
Luckily for Jessie, Gwen wasn't ready to see him leave, and used her final save. In a surprise move, Blake attempted to steal Lawrence, but conceded the move was simply a show of respect for the artist, and that Stefani was the coach for him -- a moment that brought Jessie and the coaches to tears. Lawrence took Blake's advice, choosing to continue in the competition as a member of Team Gwen.
Next week, the battles conclude and the knockout rounds begin, with "mega mentor"Taylor Swift, whenThe Voicereturns Monday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Danny and Sandy are getting back together. Grease co-stars John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John will reunite for three special "Meet-and-Grease" movie events in December.
All three of the screenings and subsequent question-and-answer panels starring the pair will take place in Florida. First up is West Palm Beach on December 13. Tampa hosts the following day, and Jacksonville on December 15.
The stars of the 1978 musical blockbuster announced the events on their Instagram accounts Tuesday. "Dress up, sing-a-long with the film, and join Olivia and I for a special Q&A," Travolta teased.
Last year, the pair reunited for an event commemorating the 40th anniversary of the classic film.
iStock/Pattanaphong Khuankaew(BOSTON) -- A Massachusetts grand jury has returned additional charges against 18 people charged in the college admissions case -- including Full House star Lori Loughlin and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli.
The charges were announced in separate statements by the U.S. Department of Justice.
The jury in the District of Massachusetts is alleging that 11 defendants including Loughlin and Giannulli, "conspired to commit federal program bribery by bribing employees of the University of Southern California (USC) to facilitate their children's admission," according to the DOJ statement.
One defendant, John Wilson, of Lynnfield, Massachusetts, has also been charged with two counts of substantive federal programs bribery in connection with efforts to use bribes to get his children into Harvard University and Stanford University.
The indictments also include more charges against William McGlashan Jr., Robert Zangrillo, Wilson, and Joey Chen, who stand accused of fraud and honest services wire fraud in connection with previous charges.
The seven university officials facing additional charges are Gordon Ernst, Donna Heinel, Jorge Salcedo, Mikaela Sanford, Jovan Vavic, Niki Williams and William Ferguson. They're accused of "conspiring to commit mail and wire fraud, and honest services mail and wire fraud, in connection with the previously charged scheme to accept bribes and engage in other forms of fraud to facilitate cheating on standardized admissions tests and to secure the admission of students to elite universities by designating them as purported athletic recruits or members of other favored admissions categories," according to the statement.
Ernst, Heinel, Salcedo, Sanford, Vavic and Williams also, "face substantive wire and honest services wire fraud charges in connection with the scheme," the DOJ said.
One parent indicted in the scandal, actress Felicity Huffman, is currently serving her 14-day prison sentence after pleading guilty to the charges against her.
Amazon Prime(NEW YORK) -- Amazon Prime's show The Boys was renewed even before its first season dropped on July 26, so it was clear the company was confident in it -- but now there are some Nielsen numbers to back that up.
The Wrap says the show about very flawed superheroes and the people seeking to make them pay reached nearly eight million viewers in the U.S. over its eight-episode season.
Nielsen's numbers don't include views on smartphones and tablets and only analyzes U.S. streaming data, so those numbers are likely far higher.
A TV mainstay, Nielsen has only recently been ranking streaming views for Netflix and now Amazon Prime.
Star Trek movie series star Karl Urban plays Billy Butcher in The Boys, the head of a group of regular humans with an axe to grind against "supes." Urban told ABC Audio "...I read this pilot script and sort of immediately recognized that this was an opportunity to do something quite extraordinary, and fun, and edgy...and I'm like: 'Sign me up!'"
The second season of The Boys is currently shooting in Toronto, with no premiere date set as yet.
Washington County Jail(OREGON) -- Actor Henry Thomas, who as a child starred as Elliot in Steven Spielberg's E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, was arrested Monday night in Washington County, Oregon on DUI charges.
ABC affiliate KATU-TV reports that Thomas, 48, who went on to appear in movies like Saving Private Ryan and who currently stars in the Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House, was arrested around 8:30 p.m. Monday, after cops were alerted to a driver in a car that wasn't moving.
Thomas reportedly failed a field sobriety test and was booked on one charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants.
He apparently spent the night at the Washington County Jail, with cops commenting to KATU that Thomas would be released, "when he's sober."
Dan Tashima Photography/Plume(NEW YORK) -- YouTube and Food Network starHannah Hart has a new book out called My Drunk Kitchen Holidays!, which is a combination of a cookbook, self-help book and inspirational memoir -- with a side of comedy. It's similar to her previous book, which was about surviving your twenties. This one, Hannah says, is the next logical step.
"I wanted to make it really a testament to thriving, since now I'm in my thirties and honestly, I couldn't be happier," she tells ABC Audio.
The book goes through the year month by month and suggests how to celebrate every holiday, from major ones like Thanksgiving, to minor ones like Ravioli Day and Video Games Day.
"I wanted to write a book that welcomed everyone to the holiday experience," Hannah explains. "I know that for me, the holidays can be kind of a stressful...time of year. And I wanted to write a guide to celebrating and savoring all year long...in a way that's good and positive for you."
Even though My Drunk Kitchen Holidays! is Hannah's third book, it was a tough one for her to write.
"I didn't grow up with a traditional holiday background," she says. "And as a queer person, you don't really see yourself represented a lot in the holiday spaces. So it was the best kind of difficult, because it was a difficult that makes you grow."
And while there are recipes in the book, Hannah says they're not entirely serious.
"I like to call my recipes 'suggestipes' because they're really meant to just invite people into the kitchen, not to tell them exactly what to do when they get there," she laughs. "I think people want to hear more the 'conversational' cook, [rather] then super-minute specific instructions."
Lucasfilm(NEW YORK) -- "The saga will end, the story lives forever."
TheStar Warsfilm franchise will forever change on December 20 when The Rise of Skywalkerarrives in theaters. Until then, fans are left hyperventilating over the film's final trailer that aired during halftime at ESPN's Monday Night Football.
The final trailer coincided with the late Carrie Fisher'sbirthday, who would have been 63. The trailer featured her voice at the end whispering "always" after Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker says "the Force will be with you."
The trailer also have fans concerned for C-3PO's fate after a poignant sceneof the droid. The droid is seen with wires hanging out of the back of his head as the character Poe asks what he is doing. C-3PO responds solemnly, "Taking one last look, sir… at my friends."
The scene sparked the theory that C-3PO might sacrifice himself to save his friends.
Pre-tickets for The Rise of Skywalkerare now on sale onFandango.
ABC/Eric McCandless(NEW YORK) -- With Monday marking the official halfway point on this season's Dancing with the Stars, the competitors battled it out on the dance floor in a desperate attempt to stay in the Mirror Ball Trophy race. The night was an emotional rollercoaster, bringing the audience to their feet at times and, at others, to tears.
The most shocking moment of the night who was sent to the bottom two: Ally Brookeand Sailor Brinkley-Cook. The judges, along with members of the audience, loudly decried the results. However, with only one save to give, the judges sorrowfully spared Brooke, causing Cook's promising DWTScareer to come to a screeching halt.
Brinkley-Cook's animated jive toWHAM's "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go," which earned her rave reviews from judge Bruno Tonioli, failed to impress the audience. Despite celebrating an impressive final combined 51/60 after winning her first straight nines of the season, she was sent home at the end of the night.
Cook sobbed and was unable to thank the DWTSteam for her time on the show, causing partner Valto console her and sweetly promise that this bump in the road is only the beginning of a very promising career. The young model was a last-minute addition to the show; stepping in after her mother, Christie Brinkley, broke her wrist during rehearsals and could no longer compete.
Monday saw a three-way tie for first, however, there was one clear winner after combining last week's scores.
James Van Der Beek, who kicked off the season by establishing himself as the one to beat, reclaimed his crown with his colorful and smooth samba to Major LazerandDiplo's "Light it Up." After suffering a series of point deductions over the past few weeks for his hip work, the Dawson's Creekstar shook his hips with everything he had, earning him one of the best comments of the night.
Judge Len Goodman, with wide eyes, marveled, "Tutti fruity look at that booty!" The judges gave Van Der Beek's shaking hips straight nines, for a score of 27/30. Combined with last week's totals, he shot to the top of the leaderboard with a total of 53/60.
Two other competitors of the night enjoyed straight nines -- Brinkley-Cook and Kate Flannery.
Flannery, who struggled to dance passionately to an Argentine Tango two weeks ago, turned up the heat with her Viennese Waltz with partner Pasha Pashkov. She treated the audience to a series of graceful spins across the dance floor before revealing at the end that she suffers from vertigo, but powered through it. Her dedication paid off, earning her a 27/30 for the night and a combined total of 51/60.
There were two standout performances on Monday, Karamoand Lauren Alaina-- both of whom dedicated their emotionally charged performances to their father figures.
Karamo danced an intense and emotional contemporary with partner Jenna JohnsontoLewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved." He dedicated the night's dance to his father, who disowned him when he was a teenager for being gay. Their story has a happy ending, with his father reaching out and repairing their broken relationship -- even sitting proudly in the audience on Monday. Karamo performed an intricate floor routine with plenty of lifts that wowed the judges, who happily handed him his highest score -- 25/30.
The saddest moment of the night, if not the entire season's, came from Alaina. She revealed that the first anniversary of her step father's passing was fast approaching and struggled through tears as she performed a raw and heartbreaking contemporary to her single "The Other Side," a song she wrote in honor of her step father,Sam. The country singer openly wept as the judges praised her bravery and vulnerability, earning a 26/30 for the night and a combined 49/60.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, on the other hand, was unable to elevate himself from the bottom of the pack. Spicer was forced out of his comfort zone with his Viennese Waltz and sometimes robotically led partner Lindsay Arnoldaround the dance floor, earning a 21/30 for the night.
Dancing with the Stars returns next Monday, October 28 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC with a special Halloween Night special, featuring group dances and other spooky surprises.
Here are the current standings:
First place: James Van Der Beek, Dawson's Creek actor, with Emma Slater -- 27/30, combined 53/60
Kel Mitchell, actor and stand-up comedian, with Witney Carson -- 26/30, combined 52/60 Ally Brooke, former Fifth Harmony singer, with Sasha Farber -- 25/30, combined 52/60 Kate Flannery, actress from The Office, with Pasha Pashkov -- 27/30, combined 51/60 Lauren Alaina, country singer, with Gleb Savchenko -- 26/30, combind 49/60 Hannah Brown, The Bachelorette star, with Alan Bersten -- 24/30, combined 49/60 Karamo, Queer Eye reality TV personality, with Jenna Johnson -- 25/30, combined 46/60
Lowest score: Sean Spicer, former White House press secretary, with Lindsay Arnold -- 21/30, combined 40/60
Trae Patton/NBC(NEW YORK) -- The battle rounds continued on Monday night'sThe Voice, with artists fromBlake Shelton,Kelly Clarkson,John LegendandGwen Stefani's teams faced off against their respective teammates for the chance to advance to the knockout rounds.
Each coach enlisted the help of a guest adviser during rehearsals:Darius Ruckerfor Team Blake;Normanifor Team Kelly;Usherfor Team Legend; andwill.i.amfor Team Gwen.
The evening ended in a cliffhanger, with Gwen, who already lost one artist to Kelly, at risk of losing another to John.
Here are Monday's highlights:
Team Blake'sMarina ChelloandRicky Duran went head-to-head on "Valerie," byThe Zutons. Blake joked that he paired the two because they were so "ridiculously talented," and that the goal for his team was to have "the least amount of people to go home," even if meant seeing them "go to a suckier coach." Blake's advisor Darius Rucker called Duran "a star," while praising Chello on the "pureness" of her voice and the way she "pounded the notes." John and Gwen gave the round to Ricky, but Kelly thought Marina was the star. Blake, basing his decision on who was the "star" of the battle, gave it to Ricky, who advances to the knockout rounds.
Blake then used his only save to keep Chello on his team, but was challenged by Kelly, who argued that she and Marina had a "similar vibe," and therefore, the right choice at this point. Blake countered by insisting he still believed in the singer and that it wasn't time to start over again with someone new. Marina came back home to Team Blake
"Full-on country" singerJake Hootand "versatile" artistSteve Knill, representing Team Kelly faced off onWillie Nelson's "You Were Always on My Mind." Clarkson thought the song suited the duo because it worked for both country and pop. Kelly, announcing her decision came down to "strategy," explained that the artist who would "round out" her team, declared Jake the winner. He moves on to the battle rounds. Steve was sent packing.
Team Gwen'sKiara BrownandRoyce Lovett tangled with each other on "Turn Your Lights Down Low," byBob Marley & the Wailers, explaining that both singers had an "intimate" quality to their voices, but a slight contrast as well. Gwen's adviser will-i-am, urged Kiara to make the song her own, while being careful not to stray too far from the original recording. Royce's voice, on the other hand, was "spectacular." Following the performance, the other coaches were split: Kelly leaning towards Kiara and Blake giving it to Royce. Gwen declared Royce the winner.
Kiara wasn't out of the competition though, because Gwen attempted to save her, and Kelly tried one more time to steal an artist for her team. It was a tough decision for Kiera, who ultimately chose to represent Team Kelly in the knockout rounds.
Blake's next pairing of the evening was betweenMatthew McQueenandJoana Martinez, tacklingPanic! at the Disco's "High Hopes." Blake, addressing the camera during noted that each had a talent the other lacked: Joana's confidence versus Matthew's diction. The victory, said Shelton, would go to the one who gave the best performance. John called Joana the winner; Gwen was torn; and Kelly gave it to Matthew. Of course, Blake's opinion was the one that mattered, and he went with Joana. Matthew's time onThe Voiceis over.
Also advancing to the knockout rounds on Monday were Team Kelly'sGracee ShriverandDamali, who beat their respective opponents,Brennan LassiterandBrooke Stephenson.
The final pairing of the night was between Team Gwen'sJames VioletandKyndal Inskeep, sparring onMarren Morris' "I Could Use a Love Song." Neither was familiar with the tune, and it showed when they showed up for the first rehearsal, drawing a brief scolding from will-i-am. Gwen admitted, she was leaning towards Kyndal, but James surprised her with his soaring vocals, leaving her to regret the pairing. When the battle was over, the coaches deemed it too close to call: Kelly thinking it was a tossup, with James getting the slight edge; Blake gave the round to Kyndal; and John also favoring Kyndal. Gwen had to make the tough decision though, and went with Kyndal.
Gwen had a plan, though, to save James, but Legend spoiled it by attempting to steal the artist.
Who did James pick? We'll have to wait until Tuesday, whenThe Voicereturns at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- The forthcoming Aretha Franklin biopic, Respect, starring Jennifer Hudson as the Queen of Soul, has tapped some heavy hitters for the cast.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Forest Whitaker, Marlon Wayans, Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald, Tituss Burgess and Mary J. Blige have all been added to the film.
They join previously announced cast members Saycon Sengbloh, Hailey Kilgore, Marc Maron, Tate Donovan and newcomer Skye Dakota Turner.
Whitaker has been cast as Franklin's father, The Reverend C.L. Franklin, while McDonald will play Aretha's mother. Wayans will play Ted White, Franklin's abusive first husband, whom she married at 19. Blige will play legendary singer Dinah Washington, while Burgess will play The Reverend Dr. James Cleveland, known as "The King of Gospel Music."
Turner, who played young Tina Turner in Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, will star as young Aretha.
As previously noted, the biopic stars Hudson as Aretha and will follow the singer's rise to superstardom, from her childhood singing gospel in her father's church to her emergence as one of the most powerful and influential voices in soul and R&B. The movie will also examine Franklin's impact on the civil rights and women's movements.
The film, penned by screenwriter and producer Callie Khouri, will be directed by Liesl [LEE-suhl] Tommy, who in 2016 became the first black woman ever to receive a Tony Award nomination for Best Direction of a Play, for Eclipsed.
Respect will also include a variety of Aretha's most famous songs, including her classic rendition of Otis Redding's "Respect," "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man" and "Think."
A release date for Respect has yet to be announced.
Photo by Bobby Bank/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- "Thanks to Jeep for keeping me alive."
Those words came from grateful actor Daniel Logan -- who played young bounty hunter-to-be Boba Fett in Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones, and voiced him on the small screen in Star Wars: The Clone Wars -- following a nasty rollover wreck in Tustin, California on Friday.
One of Logan's friends took photos of the scene of the accident. The pics show Logan's grey Jeep Grand Cherokee resting on the driver's side, windows smashed, and the 32-year-old actor bloodied from scrapes, sitting shaken on the curb.
"So glad the Force was with him," noted the friend, who added, in reference to Boba's warrior race, "[Y]ou can't keep a Mandalorian down."
In a subsequent video recorded Saturday, Logan addresses the camera, wearing a neck brace, thanking fans for the words of support. "And a special big thank you to Jeep for keeping me alive," he said. "And also to the Tustin Police Department and Fire Department department...You guys took such good care of me..."
He added to fans, "Like Boba Fett, there'll be another bounty ahead, don't worry."