Andy’s Hot List: July 22, 2014

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NEW YORK (PIX11)– On Tuesday’s Hot List, Andy talks about the late Seymour Hoffman’s wish to NOT leave his kids a trust fund and another bit on the upcoming ‘Manhattan’ series airing on WGN.

Phillip Seymour Hoffman did not want his kids to be “trust fund babies”: The New York Post had an exclusive interview with the court-appointed lawyer who handled Hoffman’s will and went into detail about his decision.

Every ‘The Simpsons’ episode is going online: Very soon, you’ll be able to watch every episode of your favorite animated family anywhere you want.

Robert Downey Jr. is highest paid actor: Downey is king when it comes to Hollywood and cash.

Ray J is charged: Los Angeles County district attorney charged him this week with 10 crimes in connection with his alleged drunken antics last May.

Star Wars update: X-Wing makes the spot in new Star Wars movie.

‘Netflix’ series inspires prison wardrobe change: Leave it to the ladies of Litchfield Prison to make a fashion statement. Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black” is so popular in one Michigan community, the county sheriff swapped out the all-orange uniforms for black and white jumpsuits, because the colorful version was considered “cool.”