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Oprah, Sir Paul to receive honor at Kennedy Center

This holiday season, a grand gift waits for a few select individuals.
Tune in to CBS on December 28th to watch as five tremendously successful individuals are honored as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts throws their 33rd Kennedy Center Honors gala.
The honorees are talk show host extraordinaire Oprah Winfrey, country star Merle Haggard, Broadway composer and lyricist Jerry Herman, director, dancer, and choreographer Bill T. Jones, and singer and songwriter Sir Paul McCartney.
Winfrey seems to be everywhere, and anyone who knows The Beatles knows Sir Paul McCartney. Haggard’s songs have “helped to shape the world of country music,” according to CNN. Herman composed the hits Hello Dolly! and La Cage aux Folles, working with big names Angela Lansbury and Woody Allen, and Jones is just simply impressive.
Obama and his First Lady are to host the honorees at the White House before the gala.
Marvel web crawler returns back to the big screen next July. With the new Peter Parker cast, Sony Pictures is now on the prowl for the next Mary Jane. Back in 2007, the reign of McGuire, Dunst, and Franco ended with the saga’s third installment.
However, Sony refuses to let this hero go. British actor Andrew Garfield will star in the 3-D re-adaption of the Marvel comic classic, according to the CNN Marque Blog.
Possibilities to play the fiery, loyal Mary Jane opposite Garfield are Imogen Poots, Lily Collins, Teresa Palmer, Ophelia Lovibond, Emma Roberts, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
The film puts Parker back in high school, coping with his new identity and his Uncle Ben’s death.
It seems as if Sony just had a test run with the last attempt of Spiderman and is trying to redo the whole series in 3-D with two possible British actors. Sounds like a trip to the dollar theatre rather than a camp-out at the premiere.
He may not be green with purple shorts, but he is big and, at times, fierce.
This past Monday, famed wrestler Hulk Hogan proves he’s only human when his back was gripped by a spasm traveling from his hip to the center of his back
Hogan was immediately hospitalized. Never despair, though. The Hulk was well enough to post videos of the occurrence to his Twitter account and will certainly seize the ring once more with just as much, if not more, power as before.

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