US Weekly Issues A Retraction After Publishing Allegedly Fake Commentary From Kendall Jenner

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(PCM) Celebrity gossip magazine, US Weekly, has issued an retraction after they published comments allegedly made by model and “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star Kendall Jenner about her father Bruce Jenner’s gender transformation.

US Weekly ran a story titled “Kendall Jenner Breaks Silence on Bruce Jenner’s Transition: ‘I Will Always Love My Dad’” on March 18 and in the story Kendall is quoted as being incredibly supportive of her father’s decision.

Kendall’s alleged quote reads “He’s a wonderful man. And just because he’s changing shoes now, so to speak, doesn’t make him less wonderful. I will always love my dad, whether he’s a man or a woman.”

After the story was published, Kendall was outraged and took to her social media account to slam US Weekly and further claim that she never even did an interview with them in the first place to make the alleged comments.

Kendall’s father Bruce Jenner has yet to publicly comment on the rumors and speculation about his supposed gender transformation, so a quote from his daughter would be assuming that all of the rumors are in fact true.

US Weekly revealed that the supposed interview took place with a freelance journalist during the taping of the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber back on March 14. Despite Kendall’s comments about the interview never taking place, the journalist in question stands by the interviews authenticity, however US Weekly had some concern about the manner in which it was obtained. They issued an apology to both Kendall and Bruce Jenner and have since removed the article from their publication.

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Looking To Own A Rather Large Piece Of Walking Dead Memorabilia?

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(PCM) Fans of AMC’s hit TV series that just so happen to have a spare $680,000 can hop on over to Ebay to place their bids on the historic town of Grantville, Georgia which is currently up for sale. The town in located approximately 35 miles outside of Atlanta.

The town was heavily featured during season three of “The Walking Dead” and has also been the set of several other films such as “Lawless” and “Dumb and Dumber To”.  Television and film studios are attracted to the town’s rustic and old-fashioned feel and there are even four additional films that are currently in the works. It has great historic appeal, as most of the buildings were built back in the 1880’s and there is even a railroad that runs right through the heart of town.

Jim Sells, the former mayor of Grantville says that he would love a movie studio or commercial developer to purchase the town. The current price is only asking approximately $30 per square inch and much of it has already been renovated.

It is also Sell’s hope that many of the buildings can be turned in to loft apartments, retail spaces, restaurants and more. Revenue is also earned from the “Walking Dead” tours that take place in the town, as well as, residuals on recent and upcoming film projects.

Thus far there have been no bids on town, but there are 885 people currently watching the auction.

 

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Jimmy Fallon Reunites The Cast Of Saved By The Bell And Takes Us Back To Bayside High

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(PCM) Who know that Jimmy Fallon went to Bayside High School with the cast of “Saved By The Bell”! While in L.A., Jimmy reminisces about his time at Bayside High with the gang.

The hilarious encounter with a good number of special guest stars is feature below!Mario Lopez, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Elizabeth Berkley and of course Dennis Haskins all showed up and were perfectly styled in their delightful eighties attire from the series.

 

We absolutely adore how Fallon is able to bring these types of reunions together. Definitely a wonderful trip down memory lane.

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Super Bowl 49 Boring Until the Last Minute

Malcolm-Butler-int(PCM) Fans and analysts will debate the play call that cost the Seahawks their back-to-back Super Bowl wins, and few will remember the name Malcolm Butler in months to come, but can anyone honestly say this was a Super Bowl?

malcolm-butlerThe final score of 28-24 in favor of the Patriots over the Seahawks may appear to have the earmarks of a great and close scoring game but in truth it was not.

jearmaine-kearse-receptionUp until late in the fourth quarter with Jermaine Kearse making a circus catch on his back, there were no truly exciting plays. No huge interceptions run back, no fumbles or sacks that stopped drives. Outside of Tom Brady’s first drive first quarter interception in the endzone, each scoring drive by both teams held no excitement.

A fan of either team will argue this but the logical counter is those fans are fans. They are bias. The final score could have been 7-0 and it would have been an awesome game by any fan that roots on either team.

No, the truth is Super Bowl 49 sucked. It was boring. It was slow and the commercials were just as boring. Sure one or two were cute, from Budweiser’s contrived heart string puppy commercial that easily manipulated the female audience near tears, to Liam Neeson’s phone app video game rage in character of his Bryan Mills Taken persona. Beyond those efforts, anyone that felt the game or commercials were memorable is hard up for a good time.

The only good thing about Super Bowl 49 is that a debate of why the Seahawks passed on the 1 yard line when they have a league franchise player Marshawn Lynch that could run the ball in backwards with ease.

But isn’t that end game controversy all that is necessary for the public to forget how slow and boring this game was and elevate it to a great Super Bowl?

Be honest if you watched this game.  It was boring and 2 minutes of excitement can hardly make up for almost 3 hours of dull.

In defense of the NFL and the Super Bowl, you can’t script a good game. Good and great games take place mysteriously. Serendipitously. Super Bowl 49 was not one of them.

 

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Marshawn Lynch is Missing The Super Bowl

marshawn-lynch-crotch-grab(PCM) Seattle Seahawks franchise back Marshawn Lynch doesn’t like the press. Other famous players have also hated the press. Some recall Hall of Fame left handed pitcher Steve Carlton of the Philadelphia Phillies refused any contact with the press for years in the clubhouse. For the record, Carlton didn’t have the same rules as players today, he was able to genuinely avoid the press. Marshawn Lynch cannot.

Players have every right to dislike press. After all, media in general operates in a cycle, make someone a star, then tear them down. Build them up again. The cycle can repeat over and over because newsworthy people are either a celebrity on the rise, or a celebrity on the decline.

Marshawn Lynch is aware of that. While many call his required press time antics genius, there is something sad to be said for Marshawn. It’s the life experience of where he is in life. Most recently, he’s missing the Super Bowl. Of course he’s not going to physically miss out, and yes he is playing too. Yet most people never get to experience popularity, popular events or notable achievement.

Marshawn Lynch is missing the Super Bowl experience. Sure he has a right to privacy. Reaching superstar heights in the NFL seems to obviously force you into the spotlight. Why not enjoy it? There is no doubt Marshawn’s current position makes it clear he’s not happy. And that is sad.

marshawn-lynch-crotch-grab-cardinalsHe’s not a bad person, he’s avoided that image despite his crotch grabbing in the endzone slights. When some sly reporters have asked him about his charity work, he’s broken from his pat “I’m just here so I won’t get fined.” routine to instruct reporters to come to those events and he’ll talk about those causes.

Marshawn isn’t a fool, but he is a clown. Much of his street laden talk shows he’s a humble man that may have social anxiety issues, and if that is true he would do well to expose that openly and he’ll get less and less reporters coming at him forcing him to do his blank stare and no answer routine. Until his clears this up, he’s making himself look somewhat the fool. It’s hard to argue that he’s not.

Marshawn is no genius. He’s a football player that’s as much known for his behavior towards the press as he is for performing off the field. When he’s not longer a player, his in jeopardy of his press behavior legacy overshadowing his on field accomplishments.

marshawn-lynch-super-bowlMarshawn Lynch is missing the Super Bowl. Instead of spending this week bonding with fans through the press, he’s angry in his isolation. Yes, he has family that loves him and knows him for who he really is. That is not the point. The point is the Super Bowl experience is something few ever come in contact with.  Marshawn Lynch may appreciate his accomplishment of making it to the Super Bowl and perhaps winning it too, but years from now he’ll understand that he enjoyed much less than he could have. He’ll wish he could step back in time and do it differently.

Marshawn understands the media. He knows he can’t control what others write, and he may even fear it a bit, which is why he won’t speak to them. He feels the less he gives them, the less they can change, get wrong or worse. What Marshawn doesn’t understand is the media will going to write things regardless. He’s a celebrity, like it or not. Why not enjoy it instead of fight it, as he may never reach a Super Bowl again.

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