The D-List: Matthew is "Bandito", Saved By The Bell, and more!

Matthew McConaughey Gives Mask-Making Tutorial

If you are still struggling to create a face covering to wear outside during the pandemic, Matthew McConaughey is here to save the day. 

McConaughey posted a video on Instagram as alter-ego Bobby Bandito.

With a bandana, coffee filter and rubber bands, he showed how easy it is to make a mask.

McConaughey...errr...Bandito expressed that "we've got more living to do."

Mother Wears Buzz Lightyear Helmet To Grocery Store

One North Carolina mother didn't have a mask to go grocery shopping, so she improvised.

Kelly Hogan Painter put on a Buzz Lightyear space helmet to protect herself and others.

In a video showing off her equipment, Painter said, "I'm going in." She pressed a button and the plastic shield covered her head.

She was stopped by at least one person who asked to take a picture.

Stream Movies Like 'La La Land' and 'Dirty Dancing' Free on Friday Nights

Now that going out to your favorite restaurant on Friday nights is a distant memory due to the Coronavirus and stay at home orders, finding something to watch on television is the next best thing to “being outside.”

Lionsgate wants to make your Friday night a little better with their new series, Lionsgate Live! Classic movies like La La Land and Dirty Dancing will air for free on YouTube starting April 17th. 

"Lionsgate Live! A Night At The Movie," will be hosted by Jamie Lee Curtis along with other celebrities and YouTube stars. The series will run through April and May with “The Hunger Games” kicking things off on Friday, April 17th. 

“Dirty Dancing” will stream on April 24th, the Oscar-winning movie, “La La Land” will be featured on May 1st and on May 8th the original "John Wick" will be shown at 9 PM on the Lionsgate YouTube channel.

Watch The Trailer For The "Saved By The Bell" Reboot

Saved By The Bell is back and we have a first look.

It's old school and new school as original cast members Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley appear in the trailer with the latest class of co-eds at BaysideHigh School.

Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tiffany Thiessen will appear on the reboot but they were not in the preview. 

The show will premiere on NBC's Peacock streaming service sometime this year.

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