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Way to make a spectacle out of yourself and your co-star, Mayim Bialik. With “The Big Bang Theory” drawing to a close after its current 12th and final season, series star Bialik offered fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse on Monday, posting a photo of herself and co-star/onscreen spouse Jim Parsons on set. In the photo, Bialik and Parsons do a bit of twinning, sporting similar eyeglasses as they pose for the camera, with the famously out-of-order elevator from the hit CBS sitcom behind them. Also Read: 'Big Bang Theory' Stars Give Jussie Smollett Support in Behind-the-Scenes Look (Photo) “We’re a bespectacled spectacle,” Bialik wrote of the image, including an emoji of a pair of glasses. The image drew a number of reactions, ranging from amusement to admiration to, somehow, sadness. “Say that five times fast,” urged one commenter, who apparently found Bialik’s message to be quite the tongue-twister. Also Read: 'Big Bang Theory' Star Johnny Galecki Shows Fans the Hand in Eye-Catching Tattoo Pic (Photo) “This is the perfect picture of you both!” enthused another fan. And then there was another commenter, who despite the whimsical nature of Bialik’s post, noted, “Every photo reminds us that the end is near.” That last response was punctuated by a trio of crying-face emojis. Also Read: 'Big Bang Theory' Stars Kaley Cuoco and Melissa Rauch Get Super-Serious in Behind-the-Scenes Look (Photo) See Bialik’s behind-the-scenes look below. View this post on Instagram We’re a bespectacled spectacle. ??'” A post shared by mayim bialik (@missmayim) on Feb 4, 2019 at 1:11pm PST Read original story ‘Big Bang Theory’ Stars Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik Make a Spectacle of Themselves in Behind-the-Scenes Look (Photo) At TheWrap
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MONTREAL — Netflix is apologizing to the people of Lac-Megantic after actual footage of the 2013 rail disaster that devastated the town was used in dramas on the streaming service. The company says it had not been aware of the source of the footage used briefly in the hit movie "Bird Box" and the series "Travelers." The images show the explosion that killed 47 people when an oil-laden train derailed in the middle of downtown. "We regret any pain caused to the Lac-Megantic community and have expressed this directly to Mayor Julie Morin," the letter addressed to Quebec Culture Minister Nathalie Roy said. Dated Monday, it is signed by Corie Wright, Netflix Inc. director of public policy. The company says it will take steps to avoid use of images from Lac-Megantic or any similar stock footage in future productions. But it says that since use of stock footage is so widespread on Netflix, it cannot make changes to "finished content." Roy wrote to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings last Friday asking that the footage be removed from the dramatic productions and used only in documentaries. She said it was unacceptable to use human tragedies for entertainment purposes. Netflix has refused to remove the footage from "Bird Box," despite appeals from Roy and Morin. The producers of "Travelers" have said they are working replace the Lac-Megantic images in their show. In an emailed statement, Roy welcomed Netflix's apology and its recognition of its mistake. "However, we find it regrettable that the company is maintaining its decision not to remove the images of this tragedy from the film 'Bird Box,' when it has already accepted to do so for another of its series, which in our eyes is illogical," she said. The Canadian Press
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