Mila and Ashton Spark Wedding Talk, Lebron is Scary in a Mask
Feb. 28, 2014
By ABC News
LeBron James Wears a Mask
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King James can do no wrong - even if it's wearing a terrifying mask during a game against the Knicks on Thursday night.
Miami forward LeBron James had to wear a black, carbon-fiber mask to protect his broken nose during the game against the Knicks, according to ESPN. The Heat took the game 108-82 over New York.
"I told him I'd expect nothing less from him -- fashion-forward, cutting-edge Renaissance man that LeBron is," Heat forward Shane Battier told ESPN. "I thought it looked pretty sweet. I don't think that it will inspire people to go out there and break their nose. But if you're going to do it, it can look kind of cool. Only LeBron can make breaking your nose look cool."
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Spark Wedding Talk
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Wedding excitement is bubbling around longtime couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis after a photo showing Kunis wearing a ring on her left finger surfaced this week.
E! News reported that the pair is officially engaged, though they have yet to confirm it. The couple met on "That 70s Show" and have been together for two years.
Adam Driver Will Be Villainous in New Star Wars
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Luke, Adam Driver may be your father.
The "Girls" actor has reportedly signed on to play a villain in the upcoming "Star Wars: Episode VII" movie to be directed by J.J. Abrams, according to Variety. The character is supposed to be similar to Darth Vader.
The movie is set to come out in 2015.
San Francisco Cops Indicted
Three San Francisco cops were indicted by federal juries for charges including theft of money, drugs, electronics, and gift cards seized during investigations, according to the AP.
The officers allegedly took the items, and then used gift cards to buy an iPhone and iPod. They have not yet appeared in court on the charges.
Country Comedian Tim Wilson Dies
Country singer and comedian Tim Wilson died in Columbus, Ga., earlier this week, according to ABC News' affiliate WLS.
Wilson, who started out trying to be a country singer before becoming better known for his comedy, was 52 years old. He had been a regular on the "Bob & Tom" radio show since 1995. The show called Wilson "a comedy legend."