July 27, 2013 -- quicklist: 1title: Jack 'The Snake' Returnstext: Former WWE star Jake "The Snake" Roberts is making a comeback in new film. Roberts, 58, is set star in a Kickstarter funded film called "Heavy Water."
The upcoming project comes as Roberts marked almost a year being sober according to E! Online.
"The big board. 27 of 90. And 254days coke free. 33 w out a drink! Moving forward," Roberts tweeted on July 13.
quicklist: 2title: 'The Wolverine' Hits Theaterstext: "The Wolverine" marks the sixth time Hugh Jackman bares his claws as the popular character from Marvel's X-Men universe and this time he's turned out the most complete and satisfying super hero movie of the summer.
Jackman is so good at playing this character, he got to do a sequel to a movie that teetered on the edge of awful: 2009's "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," a film that Jackman acknowledged wasn't so good and which prompted him to declare he didn't want to do another Wolverine movie without a better script.
With the arrival of "The Wolverine," he got his wish.
quicklist: 3title: Danica McKellar Reveals Killer Abs in Avril Lavigne Music Videotext: Danica McKellar is revealing a, well, revealing new side to herself. The former "Wonder Years" star, 38, showed off her killer abs while on the set of Avril Lavigne's new music video Thursday.
"Just had the best time shooting @AvrilLavigne's new video," she tweeted. "And she is so sweet and fun! Made me feel like a rock star. ;)"
quicklist: 4title: Kate Upton Shows Off New Bikini Picstext: Model Kate Upton is "roughing it." Upton tweeted out a pic of herself wearing a skimpy white bikini earlier this week."Rough life @BeachBunnySwim," she wrote.
Upton is currently filming "The Other Woman," costarring Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann.
quicklist: 5title: Bradley Manning Court Martial Verdict in Judge's Handstext: Private First Class Bradley Manning's fate is now in the hands of a military judge.
Alleged to have leaked 700,000 classified military and diplomatic cables to Wikileaks, Manning faces life in a military prison if convicted of the most serious charge of aiding the enemy. He already faces up to 20 years of jail time after pleading guilty in February to some of the lesser charges against him.