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ATTN WITCHES: The Cast Of Halloweentown Reunited & The Pics Are Pure Magic!

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The Halloweentown portal must have opened early this year, because the Cromwells have returned!

Over the weekend, the cast of Halloweentown, otherwise known as the spookiest Disney Channel Original Movie (sorry, Twitches), reunited for the most enchanting October surprise.

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Kimberly J. Brown (Marnie), Emily Roeske (Sophie), Joey Zimmerman (Dylan), and Judith Hoag (Gwen) headed up to St. Helens, Oregon — where the movie was filmed — as part of the month-long Spirit of Halloweentown festival.

Don't worry, there are pics-a-plenty of the festivities on Instagram, courtesy of the cast. Let's hope they lit a candle for Grandma Aggie, a.k.a. the late, great Debbie Reynolds.

Ch-ch-check it the snaps (below)!

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Billie Lourd Reflects With Ellen On Her 'Surreal' New Life Without Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds — Watch!

One of Ellen DeGeneres' favorite guests has always been the hilarious Carrie Fisher.

So, it's no surprise Billie Lourd felt right at home during her first appearance on the daytime talk show.

On Tuesday's Ellen, the American Horror Story: Cult actress spoke on the past few months following the loss of her mom Carrie and grandmother Debbie Reynolds, who died within a day of each other in December.

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Lourd admitted it's kind of "impossible" to talk about losing both her guardian "goddesses," but was glad she got to share the incredible experience of being on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakes with her mother — a gig that made Fisher realize her daughter should be an actress.

Ch-ch-check out a clip of Billie's interview (above) for the full story!

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Billie Lourd Gets Candid About Continuing Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds' Legacy & How She Coped With Their Deaths

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It's been six months since Billie Lourd lost her mother and grandmother, and the actress has been able to get through such a tragedy with the help of Carrie Fisher's mantra — "find the funny."

The Scream Queens actress spoke on coping with the deaths of Fisher and her grandmother Debbie Reynolds, who died in the span of two days late last year, and her plans to continue the family's Hollywood legacy.

Photos: Billie Has Star-Studded Bash For Her 25th Birthday!

Chatting with Sarah Paulson for an interview with Town & Country, the 25-year-old admitted there is "a lot of pressure" to follow in her mother and grandmother's footsteps.

Though the family's history in showbiz doesn't deter the budding actress so much as confirm it's her calling. She explained:

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Carrie Fisher's Final Assets Revealed — Billie Lourd Named Estate's Beneficiary

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Several bank accounts, a 2016 Tesla S, full ownership of several businesses and a life insurance policy are but some of the highlights to come out of Carrie Fisher's estate as new documents are revealing her assets after death.

There are also personal and household belongings, jewelry, artwork and collectibles, proceeds from Fisher's books and specials, and several trademarks and copyrights — and Billie Lourd is set to be the beneficiary here.

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The 24-year-old actress will inherit the rights to her mother's public image and likeness, too, in addition to tangible goods and all intellectual property rights.

According to People, some of Fisher's

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Carrie Fisher Died From Sleep Apnea, According To New Report

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More information is surfacing regarding Carrie Fisher's death.

Last year, the Star Wars actress passed away on December 27 after suffering a medical emergency on a plane. The next day, her mother Debbie Reynolds tragically died as well.

Related: The Golden Globes Honors Carrie & Debbie

As we reported, in January, Fisher's death certificate listed the cause as "cardiac arrest/deferred," but the coroner needed to conduct further toxicology tests to determine if drugs were a factor.

Fast forward to Friday, a new report says Carrie died from sleep apnea, and a combination of other factors including heart disease and drug use.

Although the coroner says she took multiple drugs, it's unclear if the substances played a significant part in her passing.

She will be missed.

[Image via WENN.]

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Todd Fisher Is Continuing Mom Debbie Reynolds' Preservation Of Old Hollywood Memorabilia

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Todd Fisher is continuing his mother's legacy!

Debbie Reynolds devoted years of her life and spent lots of money trying to preserve old Hollywood memorabilia.

And now son Todd Fisher is continuing her work!

Related: All The Highlights From Debbie's Public Memorial Service

Speaking with People, the 59-year-old said:

"I'm doing what I think my mother would want, based on my genetics, based on my upbringing, based on my programming from her. And boy, don't get in my way."

Todd has teamed up with Turner Classic Movies (TCM) to show off some of the costumes from his mother's collection during the TCM Classic Film Festival, which will run from April 6 to 9. The exhibit will feature memorabilia that Debbie once tried to preserve in a museum, which ultimately went bankrupt.

In addition to costumes, the collection also includes the typewriter from Citizen Kane.

Regarding his mother's devotion to holding onto as much of old Hollywood as possible, Todd said:

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All The Highlights From Debbie Reynolds & Carrie Fisher's Public Memorial Service

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Mother and daughter together forever.

On Saturday, Todd Fisher, and his wife, Catherine Hickland, organized a public memorial service for his sister, Carrie Fisher, and mom, Debbie Reynolds, who died just a day apart back in December.

The beautiful service was held at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills, and was live-streamed on Reynolds' website for all to experience.

Celebs, fans, and animals alike gathered to celebrate the lives of the legendary actresses with an event that featured a tribute song from James Blunt, a performance from the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles, a dance tribute from the Debbie Reynolds dance school, and tons of costumes and memorabilia on display.

Related: Billie Lourd Makes Carrie Fisher's Dog An Adorable Birthday Video!

Ch-ch-check out the highlights (below):

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