In the history of bad ideas, this might just be the worst.
A movie theater in Jefferson City, Mo. hired actors to play members of S.H.I.E.L.D., the fictional law enforcement agency in the Marvel Universe. The only problem? One of them walked into a screening of “Iron Man 3” wearing full tactical gear and carrying a gun. According to the local Fox news channel (via Gawker), several moviegoers called 911 thinking… Continue reading Fake Gunman Storms 'Iron Man 3' Screening in Worst Publicity Stunt Ever
LOS ANGELES — Iron Man reigns as the standard-bearer of Hollywood superheroes with a $ 175.3 million domestic opening weekend for his latest sequel and an overseas haul of a half-billion dollars in less than two weeks.
According to studio estimates Sunday, “Iron Man 3″ has raced to a worldwide total of $ 680.1 million. That includes $ 175.9 million in its second weekend overseas, where the film has rung up… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'Iron Man 3' Bigger Than Ever With $175.3M
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Usually, big moments on “Jeopardy” come when a winning player gets the right question to the answer in Final Jeopardy. That wasn’t the case during the most recent Teen Tournament on the show. The Tournament’s champion, Leonard Cooper, gave what was technically the wrong answer (in the form of a question).
But his was better. Much better.
The Final Jeopardy answer at the end of the Tournament on Tuesday (Feb. 12) was… Continue reading Teen's final 'Jeopardy' answer (in the form of a question) is the greatest thing ever