Star Scoop: Shay Mitchell Shares Secrets from ‘Pretty Little Liars,’ Carol Burnett Gets Hollywood Honor, ‘Reservoir Dogs’ Turns 20

Someone's getting a final curtain call on tonight's new episode of Pretty Little Liars. Star Shay Mitchell shared hints about the Halloween special with E! and teased fans with whether or not fan favorite Toby (Keegan Allen) is an undercover villain, and who is being killed off. [E! Online]

Carol Burnett, comedy queen best known for her namesake '70s show, will be honored by her star-studded alma mater. Hollywood High School is giving the actress an award with quite the apt title. Burnett will be given the first Carol Burnett Honor of Distinction Award for her achievements in film, television, and entertainment. [Yahoo News]

Quentin Tarantino's directorial debut, Reservoir Dogs, turns 20 today. In typical Tarantino fashion, the film became a cult favorite, so much so that Miramax and Fathom Events are giving fans the chance to relive the classic in theaters for one night only. On December 4th, Reservoir Dogs will be screened in a theater near you, marking the arrival of Tarantino XX, a DVD collection of eight of Tarantino's best films. But that's not it… Pulp Fiction will make a theater reprisal on December 6th, too! [Huffington Post]

The royals are descending upon Skyfall. The latest installment of the James Bond series will be viewed by Prince Charles and wife Camilla at tonight's world premiere in London. The Royal Albert Hall screening will benefit members and veterans of Britain's intelligence agencies. Skyfall is set to hit theaters November 9th. [ABC News]

Awards season kicked off last night at the Hollywood Film Awards in Beverly Hills. Ben Affleck and his Argo cast were honored with best ensemble cast, while Richard Gere was given the lifetime achievement award, and Dustin Hoffman received the breakthrough honor for his directorial debut in Quartet, which will be in theaters this December. [L.A. Times]

Blue Ivy is without a doubt, one of the most famous babies born in the past few years. Still, powerful parents Jay-Z and Beyoncé don't have the right to trademark her unique name. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruled that the pair couldn't trademark the name, which has belonged to a wedding planner company in Boston since 2009. [CNN]

Fox has ordered up another round of The X Factor. The network bought a third season of the series, which will debut with hosts Britney Spears, Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato, and L.A. Reid. [Today]