Queen Elizabeth And Prince Philip Celebrate 70th Anniversary- The Royals are celebrating another milestone.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip are still going strong after 70 years. The couple are celebrating their anniversary and being the first royal couple to hit that mark, today.
In honor of the event, Buckingham Palace has released a new series of portraits of the couple. The queen is 91 and her husband is 96. The pair met as teenagers and they’ve weathered many world changes like pros.
This is just the latest record for Queen Elizabeth. She celebrated 65 years on the throne last year, which makes her the longest serving royal in British history.
1. Justice League - $96 million
2. Wonder - $27.1 million
3. Thor: Ragnarok - $21.8 million
4. Daddy's Home 2 -$14.8 million
5. Murder on the Orient Express - $13.8 million
Despite opening at number-one, Justice League was a disappointment at the box office. The superhero team-up earned a much lower-than-expected $96 million in its opening weekend. The flick had been projected to make $120 million. This year's Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok all opened with more than $100 million.
Opening in second, the drama Wonder took in $27.1 million.
After two weekends at number-one, Thor: Ragnarok dropped to third with $21.8 million. The superhero sequel has now made $247.4 million.
Daddy's Home 2 dropped from third to fourth with $14.8 million
Murder on the Orient Express also fell one spot, landing in fifth with $13.8 million.
And the animated Christmas flick The Star opened in sixth with $10 million.
Comic Book May Sell For A Million Dollars-
A well-preserved copy of the comic book that introduced The Man of Steel to the world will go up for bids next month.
The Profiles in History auction house in Calabasas, California will sell a copy of "Action Comics Number One" at an auction event scheduled to be held December 19th in Los Angeles. The June 1938 issue featured the debut of Superman and is expected to sell for as much as a million dollars.
The comic book is in original condition, which is unheard of. No wonder there’ll be a bidding war!
Next year marks the 80th anniversary of the debut of Superman, who is among the superheroes featured in the new Warner Brothers movie "Justice League."
Source: Press Herald
*1970s teen superstar David Cassidy is in the ICU, he's going through complete organ failure in Florida. Reports say he needs a liver transplant and his health is deteriorating. The family is preparing for the worst.
*Former Girls Next Door star Kendra Wilkinson has a show in Las Vegas, she had to cancel last night to go to the ER"....Better today and she'll be back on stage tonight," she wrote: "The pain n aches were so bad last night. Nothing serious they found but on antibiotics n pain meds today. Thanks for your concern everyone. Love you."
Harrison Ford Is A Hero Again-
Harrison Ford can be a real-life hero when the situation calls for it.
A woman on a California freeway near Santa Barbara lost control and crashed into an embankment Sunday. The actor was driving right behind and wasted no time running to the crashed car, "Page Six" reports.
Ford and a group of others helped pull the woman from the car as paramedics arrived. The woman was checked out at a hospital and only had minor injuries.
Earlier this year, Ford was in New York City and helped out during a massive traffic jam by directing traffic.
Source: Page Six
Lena Dunham has apologized for defending Girls producer Murray Miller, who's been accused of rape. The star tweeted, "I naively believed it was important to share my perspective on my friend's situation. I now understand that it was absolutely the wrong time to come forward with such a statement and I am so sorry." (NY Daily News)
Al Franken has reportedly been cut from David Letterman: The Mark Twain Prize on PBS following his admission of sexually harassing a model in 2006. In a statement to TVLine, the network said, “PBS and WETA, the producing station, felt that the inclusion of Senator Franken in the broadcast at this time would distract from the show’s purpose as a celebration of American humor.”
Bill Hader and wife Maggie Carey are getting divorced after 11 years of marriage. The couple have three children together. (E! Online)
Actress Ann Wedgeworth, probably best known for playing Lana on Three's Company, has died. She was 83. Wedgeworth, who was once married to actor Rip Torn, won a Tony for the Neil Simon play Chapter Two and co-starred on the Burt Reynolds TV show Evening Shade.
Earle Hyman, who played Bill Cosby's father on The Cosby Show, has died at age 91.