Friday, August 22, 2014
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Spider-Woman comic book cover by Milo Manara causing controversy
Marvel has a new comic book starring a female character - Spider-Woman, a.k.a. Jessica Drew, a severely underrated B-lister who hasn’t had a solo non limited series since the late ’70s. Here is a variant cover of Spider-Woman #1 by Milo Manara.  
Nick Cannon: there's trouble in paradise - we have been living in separate houses

America's Got Talent host Nick Cannon, 33, in an interview with The Insider's guest co-host Chris Spencer talked about his crumbling marriage to Mariah Carey and said: "There's trouble in paradise … we have been living in separate houses for a few months."  

Female comic book fans upset over picture of Spider Woman
Female comics fans are upset over the next cover of the Marvel comic book Spider Woman for what they claim is a disgustingly sexist, anatomically explicit depiction of the female superhero's prominently displayed rear end.
V Stiviano says former Clippers owner Donald Sterling is gay and that she helped him hide it
Donald Sterling's former assistant V Stiviano claims she never had sex with billionaire and former Clippers owner Donald Sterling because he’s homosexual — and she was his beard.
Kevin Sorbo: Ferguson riot is an excuse to be the losers these animals truly are
Kevin Sorbo on his Facebook page wrote: “Ferguson riots have very little to do with the shooting of the young man. It is an excuse to be the losers these animals truly are. It is a
Henry Rollins: F-ck suicide
Musician and media personality Henry Rollins: "I understand why people feel Robin Williams’ loss so intensely. His talent as an actor is not in dispute. I understand that his personal struggles were quite real. I can’t argue with that. But I simply cannot understand how any parent could kill themselves."
Motown the Musical to close on Broadway
Motown The Musical, the tuner loosely based on label founder Berry Gordy’s memoir, will play its final performance on Broadway on January 18, 2015, a few months shy
Willie Nelson's braids to be auctioned with Waylon Jennings's belongings
Willie Nelson's braids were cut in the 1980s when his hair was still red and will be sold on October 5 in an auction of items owned by the late Waylon Jennings, Nelson’s cohort in the “outlaw country” music movement of the 1970s.
Russell Brand: The media is an extremely conservative institution (video)
Russell Brand: "The media is an extremely conservative institution. I’ve been on that MSNBC before, it is an extremely conservative idea. The way the arguments are framed allows debate in a tiny, tiny circumference.”
Maria Shriver dating political analyst
NBC journalist Maria Shriver has moved on from Arnold Schwarzenegger with ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd who was an adviser to George Bush and Dick Cheney.
HBO defends scenes of sex, violence and rape
Michael Lombardo, president of programming at HBO, has defended the often extreme scenes of sex, violence and rape in Game of Thrones, arguing that his job is not to police "how many breasts there are on a show".
Bill O'Reilly came back from vacation and puts Fox News back on top
“I came back from vacation because I am furious – furious – about how the shooting death of Michael Brown is being reported and how various people are reacting to it,” O’Reilly said on his show.
Reality show Sex Box is an extreme sex therapy show
The Sex Box is a new extreme sex therapy show on WE that has couples talk to sex experts about their issues in bed. Then they go and have sex in a soundproof box. Afterward, they come out and talk about it.
Chris Pratt visits Children's Hospital as Star Lord from Guardians of the Galaxy
Chris Pratt, 35,visited hospitalized children at Children's Hospital Los Angeles dressed as his character Star Lord from Guardians of the Galaxy on Wednesday. He donned his red leather jacket and vest and became Star Lord Peter Quill.
Performance artist plans to have sex with someone new every day for a year
Performance artist and activist Mischa Badasyan, 26, next project is called Save the date and he plans to have sex with someone different, every day, for a year. Save the Date is the latest in a line of works that explore modern ideas of sexuality and homosexuality
Lauryn Hill dedicates song Black Rage to city of Ferguson, Missouri
Lauryn Hill uploaded a version of her song, Black Rage (Sketch), dedicated to the city of Ferguson, Missouri where tragic events are unfolding. It is set to the Sound of Music song My Favorite Things.
Leonardo DiCaprio funded and narrates a series of short eco documentaries
Leonardo DiCaprio funded and narrated a series of short eco documentaries urging people to leave fossil fuels in the ground, have carbon taxes and embrace renewable technologies such as solar and wind.
Hollywood Is working hard to make you cry
These are happy days for people who like to cry at movies. The film If I Stay joins the ranks of several tearjerkers that have made 2014 the year to cry at movies.
Beyonce's mother says Beyonce's marriage to Jay Z is perfect
Beyonce's mother Tina Knowles says her daughter's marriage to Jay Z is "perfect" amid break up rumors. "Haters going to be haters and there is nothing we can do about that. Everything is perfect. I just don't even read the bull you know?"
Pierce Brosnan was told he was too handsome to play certain parts
Pierce Brosnan: "I remember reading Angela's Ashes and I really wanted to play the part in Angela's Ashes being an Irishman. I called Frank McCourt up to throw my hat in the ring, and he said, 'Nope. Too handsome. Too handsome.'"
Dakota Fanning: I don’t remember people not knowing who I am
“I was very mature and calm and rational,” Dakota Fanning says of her 6 year old self. Dakota is now 20 and about to start her senior year at
Pierce Brosnan: I turned down Tim Burton's Batman
Pierce Brosnan said he turned down the role of Batman in Tim Burton’s 1989 movie because he couldn’t take the character seriously. "Yes, I went and met with Tim Burton for the role of Batman. But
Bill Murray Day to be celebrated at Toronto International Film Festival
Bill Murray will be honored with Bill Murray Day” at this year’s Toronto Film Festival, with September 5 designated as the date dedicated to all things Murray.
Unfair: Exposing the IRS documentary to debut in October
The documentary UnFair: Exposing the IRS features exclusive interviews with Tea Party members allegedly harassed by the IRS.
Green World Rising: series of short films on climate and solutions to the climate crisis
Green World Rising is a series of 4 short films narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio on the state of climate and solutions to the climate crisis brought to you by the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation and produced by Tree Media.
Quote of the day
Spike Lee

"When people get to a point, to the tipping point they can’t take it anymore — and I’m not saying that people should burn down stuff, riot and loot and I don’t even want to the use the word riot, I’m going to use the word uprising. But this is not the first time we’ve seen this. And I just hope that things will really blow up, if the people aren’t happy with the verdict of this upcoming trial. I just think there is a war on the black male and it’s tearing the country apart in my opinion".

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