January Jones is known for portraying "Mad Men" mom Betty Draper (now Francis) on AMC, and now she’s ready for the real thing: CNN has confirmed that the actress is expecting.
"January Jones is happy to announce that she is expecting her first child this Fall,” a rep for the 33-year-old star said in a statement.
Jon Hamm told CNN that he's thrilled for his "Mad Men" co-star, and says that playing such a conflicted character has given her all the lessons in the world on how not to parent.
He may stand for truth and justice, but Superman is giving up on the American way. In issue #900 of Action Comics, the Man of Steel renounces his United States citizenship.
According to ComicsAlliance, the comic book sees the superhero flying to Tehran to support protesters who are demonstrating against the Iranian regime. But the security advisor to the U.S. president becomes upset with him because the Iranian government mistakenly believes Superman was sent there by America and considers his actions an act of war.
After realizing that he behaved foolishly, Superman decides that he will renounce his American citizenship at the United Nations the next day but continue to fight crime from a global perspective.
Thursday night's episode of "The Office" was an unforgettable, very fitting goodbye to the series' star, Steve Carell. At the same time, it was a reminder of the uphill battle the show faces in order to continue on without him.
But first, let's take a moment to applaud Carell and the character he created. Michael Scott was not a David Brent clone, and he wasn't just a lovable buffoon, because that wouldn't make him unique at all. In the midst of a "remake," Carell gave us an original.
As a result, it was extremely difficult to watch the episode with dry eyes.
SPOILER ALERT – Tonight's "Idol" blog will reveal who is leaving the competition, so please don't read if you don't want to know.
I can read some of your minds.
Now that Casey Abrams has been eliminated, I bet a few of you are questioning whether the judges threw away their save.
Admit it, some of you are still bitter that they weren't able to use it for Pia, because they had earlier saved Casey. It's OK, we can be honest here. FULL POST
8:58 p.m. - Seacrest says "This is what talent looks like" before we get sung out.
We knew it was only a matter of time, but I still don't think I was ready. FULL POST
"The Social Network" star Armie Hammer is Hollywood's latest "It" boy. After landing the role of Prince Charming in the upcoming live-action "The Brothers Grimm: Snow White" movie, Hammer is being eyed to play the title character in "The Lone Ranger."
Ryan Gosling was initially in talks to portray the masked Texas ranger in director Gore Verbinksi's update on the classic character.
According to The Wrap, Gosling is now out of the running, and Hammer—who played the Winklevoss twins in "The Social Network"—is circling the role. Johnny Depp is already on board as the Lone Ranger's sidekick, Tonto.
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