A teaser for Christopher Nolan's Batman threequel 'The Dark Knight Rises' is expected to play before 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2' on Friday, but that hasn't stopped the internet from leaking it a few days early.
The footage below is admittedly poor quality, so it's hard to pinpoint what exactly is going on. But from we can tell, we do get a few glimpses of Commissioner Gordon (Gary Oldman) on a hospital bed, along with a very quick glimpse of Bane, played by 'Inception' hunk Tom Hardy.
Rock cruises have gotten pretty popular over the last decade or so, offering an interesting (albeit expensive) twist on the concert experience for fans of bands like Guster, Barenaked Ladies, John Mayer, and Rick Springfield.
In a story that's making mothers everywhere say "ow," a Texas woman has given birth to a 16-pound baby that's already two-feet tall -- the height of an average one-year-old.
JaMichael Brown, nicknamed "The Moose" by hospital staff, was delivered by C-section (whew!) last Friday to Janet Johnson and her fiancé, Michael Brown. The tot now holds the title for the biggest infant ever born at Good Shepherd Medical Center in Longview, Texas.
Attention, Major League Baseball. We may have just found your next great outfielder.
Monday night's Home Run Derby was won by Yankees' slugger Robinson Cano, but not before he swatted a high fly ball that was caught in truly impressive fashion by one of the kids permitted to play in the outfield.
Here's a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:
Harrison Ford Age: 69 Occupation: Actor Known For: Roles such as Han Solo in the original 'Star Wars' trilogy and Indiana Jones in the eponymous movie franchise, and his marriage to human swizzle-stick Calista Flockhart
Cheech Marin Age: 65 Occupation: Actor and Comedian Known For: Being half of the legendary stoner comedy duo Cheech and Chong, starring in movies such as 'Up in Smoke,' and co-starring in the TV series 'Nash Bridges'
MTV dropped in on Lee at her Nashville studio recently, and they discussed the new, self-titled album -- scheduled for an October 11 release -- as well as its lead single, 'What You Want.' According to Lee, the writing process is much more natural this time around.
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