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Amy Acker joins FOX’s X-Men series as female lead

The Hollywood Reporter brings word on another new addition to FOX’s upcoming X-Men TV series with Person of Interest and Angel alum Amy Acker. Acker will play the female lead in the series, starring opposite Stephen Moyer (True Blood) and Natalie Alyn Lind (The Goldbergs).

Fishy News For Leo

Leonardo DiCaprio Is Getting Into the Frozen Food Business: The “Titanic” star is following in the footsteps of stars like Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake—putting his money where his mouth is, so to speak.
On Tuesday, the Oscar-winning actor announced his investment in LoveTheWild, a sustainable food company that sells farm-raised frozen seafood meals.
The move was inspired by his advocacy for environmental causes. To avoid depleting wild seafood populations, the company uses only species of fish that are sustainably farmed, such as striped bass, catfish and trout.

Tim McGraw Wants Daughter To Record An Album

Tim McGraw Wants Daughter to Record an Album: The singer and actor announced it while talking about his latest movie, “The Shack”. In it, McGraw plays the best friend to the main character, as well as acting as narrator of the film.
McGraw convinced his 19-year-old daughter Gracie to cut music for his album two years ago. Continue reading

One Small Step For Tourists

Two People Will Take a Private Trip to the Moon: For the first time in 45 years, people are going to the moon. The paid SpaceX trip is planned for 2018.
The two anonymous astronauts have paid a “significant deposit”, according to SpaceX. They are slated to travel in the Dragon 2 capsule—a reusable spacecraft that is also used to bring supplies to the International Space Station. Continue reading

Jason Aldean’s Exhibit Coming In May

Jason Aldean Exhibit to Open at Country Music Hall of Fame in May: It was announced that the singer’s exhibit is scheduled to open on May 26th and run through November 5th.

“I am extremely honored to be invited to have an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum,” Aldean says Continue reading