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New Lucille Ball Statue Replacing “Scary Lucy” to Be Unveiled Saturday

Sculptor Carolyn Palmer built the life-size bronze statue for the town of Celoron, N.Y.

‘Scary Lucy’ Statue Inspires New York Mall’s Halloween Display

An actor portraying the statue will be part of the Chautauqua Mall's "Haunting at the Mall" during weekends through Halloween.

Jennifer Coolidge on Hollywood, Women in Comedy and Her Serial Killer Dream Role

The '2 Broke Girls' regular was honored at the 17th Annual Provincetown Film Festival with a Career Achievement Award.

“Scary” Lucille Ball Statue to Be Removed, Placed in New Comedy Center

The "Scary Lucy" statue has made enough people laugh to earn a spot in the new National Comedy Center breaking ground soon.

How a Set Decorator Turned His MPTF Country House Cottage Into an “‘Out of Africa’ Retreat”

Stephen Koehler — now a resident of beloved industry retirement community the MPTF Country House — has worked with everyone from Lucille Ball to Otto Preminger.

Chris Hardwick Gunning to Fly “Scary” Lucille Ball Statue to L.A.

Hardwick posted a plea on Instagram Thursday for the statue to be relocated to the '@midnight' studio in Los Angeles — the same soundstage where 'I Love Lucy' was filmed back in the '50s.

New Sculptor Will Fix “Scary Lucy” Statue, Says Local Mayor

The mayor says he doesn't want the original artist to redo the work.

‘Scary’ Lucille Ball Artist Apologizes: It Is “By Far My Most Unsettling Sculpture”

Artist Dave Poulin tells THR he's willing to refurbish the statue at his own expense.

Lucille Ball Fans Lead Crusade Against “Frightening” Hometown Statue

The Celoron, NY, residents have been clamoring to refurbish the statue on a Facebook group called "We Love Lucy! Get Rid of this Statue."

‘Gone With the Wind’ Studio Unveils Makeover

Culver Studios, also where 'King Kong' and 'E.T' were shot and home to L.A.'s oldest soundstages, gets a face-lift that includes a funky mural by street artist Good and Shiddy and wallpaper made from screenplay pages and vintage film stills.

From Lucille Ball to Larry David, How TV’s Greatest Disrupters Have Pushed the Envelope (Guest Column)

Longtime cultural critic Ken Tucker pays respect to the creatives who pushed the envelope (consciously and otherwise).

Charlton Heston Gets a Postage Stamp

At a ceremony in Hollywood, those who knew him said the star of "Ben Hur" and the original "Planet of the Apes" was unafraid of stirring political controversy.