Donning rose-colored glasses and a black velvet blazer and getting around with a cane, '70s screen icon Burt Reynolds showed up on Sunday at Philadelphia's Wizard World Comic Con for a Q&A and to promote his upcoming memoir, "But Enough About Me," reports People magazine. The book, which comes out in November, will focus on the actors and personalities Reynolds dealt with over his nearly six-decade career.

"I got along great with 98 percent of them, and a few of them I didn't like at all," Reynolds, 79, told The Philadelphia Inquirer. "When you write a book like this, you have to tell the whole thing, and there are days when everything isn't wonderful."

The book will cover Reynolds' dashed football career, the making of movies such as "Deliverance" and "Smokey and the Bandit," his romances with Dinah Shore and Sally Field, his marriage to Loni Anderson and much more.

Memories of Monteith

Lea Michele posted a heartfelt message on Twitter Monday in memory of Cory Monteith, her "Glee" co-star and onetime boyfriend who would have turned 33 years old.

Michele posted a photo of Monteith smiling as he played the drums. It was captioned: "I know you're serenading everyone right now."

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