Jesse Eisenberg Goes Bad as Lex Luthor, Owen Wilson Welcomes New Baby
Feb. 1, 2014
By ABC NEWS
Jesse Eisenberg Cast as Lex Luthor in Superman Movie
Did Superman not accept his friend request?
Jesse Eisenberg has been cast as arch-villain Lex Luthor in the upcoming Superman movie slated to be release for in two years. The movie will pit Batman and Superman against each other, with the fast-talking Eisenberg as their classic foil.
But the big question remains, will Eisenberg shave his head?
Mila Kunis Signs on to Be Jim Beam Spokeswoman
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Apparently the next round is on Kunis.
This week, Jim Beam whiskey announced that Mila Kunis would be their newest spokeswoman. According to the company, the actress even made her way to Clermont, Ky., to sample a few choice bourbons.
"As a fan of bourbon and a huge proponent of making history, I am thrilled to be the newest member of the Jim Beam family," said Kunis.
Blizzard Traps Hiker on Volcano
Turns out even if you're hiking in Hawaii you can't be too careful about snow.
A New York man became trapped for two days on a Hawaiian volcano after a blizzard left him with no way off the mountain.
Alex Sverdlov was trapped for two days after experiencing "whiteout" conditions on the Mauna Loa volcano on Hawaii's Big Island according to KHON-TV. Eventually he was rescued by helicopter.
"I've done many crazy hikes, but this one pretty much tops the bill," Sverdlov told KHON-TV.
We think we'll stay away from volcanoes for a while.
Owen Wilson Welcomes Baby Boy
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Break out the cigars, Owen Wilson welcomed a healthy baby boy this week.
Everybody's favorite wedding crasher welcomed his second son Thursday with personal trainer Caroline Lindqvist, according to EOnline.com.
No name was announced yet for the newest edition to the Wilson line or how Wilson's older son Ford is handling being a big brother.
Mysterious Underwater 'Crop' Circles Explained
Is it aliens, divine intervention or sea monkeys?
An underwater mystery was finally revealed this week after experts deciphered what was causing mysterious "crop" circles in the sea near Denmark.
Dark "fairy" rings had been seen in the Baltic Sea off the coast of the Denmark island called Mon.
While initially experts were stumped, they now say the dark rings were caused by a plant called eelgrass. High amounts of sulfide in the water killed the older plants resulting in eerie dark rings in the water.
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