Mario Lopez

Saved by the Bell stars reunite to take pies in the face Ellen

It might not be the scripted reunion everyone had hoped for, but it looks just as sweet as having another season of Saved by the Bell would feel.

Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley, who played A.C. Slater and Jessie Spano on the NBC teen comedy from 1989 to 1993, stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show for a game of Pie Face!, a recurring segment in which celebrity contestants must answer a series of trivia questions correctly, or else risk having a pie lobbed at their face.

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Mario Lopez joins Grease: Live as Vince Fontaine

Mario Lopez has joined the cast of Grease: Live, Fox’s live TV adaptation of the popular Broadway play and 1978 film about two teens whose summer romance unexpectedly continues, even as they’re pulled in different directions.

The Extra host will play Vince Fontaine, who emcees a televised dance competition at Rydell High.

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Mario Lopez dressed his son in a Saved by the Bell shirt

There might be a miniature A.C. Slater running around Bayside soon.

Mario Lopez stopped by an LA Parent’s 35th anniversary party this weekend to support the Ronald McDonald House with his wife and two kids. His son, Dominic, wore a Saved by the Bell shirt with a picture of his father’s face on it and the words, “Haters gonna hate, Slaters gonna slate.”

Lopez posted a photo of himself and his mini-me on Instagram with the caption: “Lopez the sequel… #NicoSuave.” 

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Ryan Reynolds promises Deadpool will 'of course' be rated R

Since superhero movies began their reign at the box office, almost every one of them has been rated PG-13. They can push the limits, but only so much so that the widest audience possible has the chance to see them.

But that’s a problem when it comes to Deadpool. The titular Merc with a Mouth is foul and violent, and any proper incarnation of him on the big screen would need to keep his darkly comedic spirit intact.

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