When Superman first showed his face to the American public in 1938, he wasn’t the popular hero we know today. In 1932, after Cleveland teens Jerry Seigel and Joel Schuster were rejected by publishers, they published their own fanzine entitled “Science Fiction: The Advance Guard of the Future Civilization.” By the third issue, the pair introduced the first version of our favorite superhero in “The Reign of the Superman.”
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Tabloids exploded this morning with photos of famous chef, Nigella Lawson, being assaulted outside of a London restaurant by her husband.
Nigella, who has appeared on multiple cooking shows for the Food Network as well as Cooking Channel and written countless cookbooks, was photographed by paparazzi, with her husbands hands around her neck.
“This afternoon a 70-year-old man voluntarily attended a Central London police station and accepted a caution for assault,” officials said Charles Saatchi spent 5 hours at the Charring Cross police station.
Saatchi defended his actions saying:
About a week ago, we were sitting outside a restaurant having an intense debate about the children, and I held Nigella’s neck repeatedly while attempting to emphasise my point. “There was no grip, it was a playful tiff. The pictures are horrific but give a far more drastic and violent impression of what took place. Nigella’s tears were because we both hate arguing, not because she had been hurt. “We had made up by the time we were home. The paparazzi were congregated outside our house after the story broke yesterday morning, so I told Nigella to take the kids off till the dust settled.”
We aren’t even to the 4th of July but the networks are reminding us that new seasons of our favorite shows are just around the corner.
CBS has made a few tweaks, moving Hawaii Five-O to Friday nights (Steve better tie everything up because moving to the death slot on Friday will surely end the series). How I Met Your Mother will launch into its final season on Monday, September 23rd.
After the jump you can check-out the premiere dates for your favorite CBS shows. Read the rest of this entry »
Miss Connecticut Erin Brady took the tiara at Sunday’s Miss USA pageant, but it’s Miss Utah Marissa Powell who’s snatching the big headlines. The pretty brunette’s puzzling answer to a question about equal pay for women has a lot of people dumbfounded.
According to Marissa, if we girls want equal pay for equal work, we desperately need to “create education better.”
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If you were able to find the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards last night on HNL, they you were probably watching like we were…..like a train wreck that you couldn’t look away from.
While the production of the evening was at best, amateur, the night did honor top performances in Daytime television. After 35 years of playing Detective Paul Williams on The Young and the Restless, Doug Davidson finally earned an Emmy for his work.
One of the most unusual moments of the night featured the Young and the Restless star, Jess Walton and the late Jeanne Cooper’s son, Corbin Bernsen, who dropped not only an s-bomb but an f-bomb as well…on the live, broadcast. Read the rest of this entry »