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WEATHER CHANNEL EXPERT GIVES PRANKSTER A KNEE TO THE GROIN
A man who rushed into the shot of a Weather Channel expert covering the winter storm in South Carolina ended up with a knee to the groin. Jim Cantore, the Weather Channel's severe weather expert, was reporting on the winter weather on the College of Charleston campus when a man ran into his shot while screaming at the top of his lungs. Cantore didn't miss a beat and continued to explain the weather phenomenon while raising his knee to the intruder's groin. Charleston resident Jeremy McLellan took credit on social media for rushing into Cantore's shot.
HUGH GRANT HAS SECRET SON WITH SWEDISH TV BOSS
Hugh Grant has become a father again for the third time, according to reports. The 53-year-old actor allegedly welcomed a baby boy into the world in September 2012 following a relationship with Swedish TV producer Anna Elisabet Eberstein. His arrival was just three months before the birth of his second child with lover Tinglan Hong, son Felix, according to The Sun. A source told the paper: “They were pregnant with Hugh’s children at the same time. It’s an unusual arrangement.” However, it is unclear whether Tinglan and Anna were aware of the fact they were both expecting Hugh’s child. Hugh's involvement with Anna's child was only revealed when his full name - Hugh John Mungo Grant - appeared on the birth certificate after it was re-registered in December 2013.
Vin Diesel has confirmed plans for a “Riddick” sequel. The actor plays the anti-hero who the latest film is named after in 2000's “Pitch Black,” 2004's “The Chronicles of Riddick” and 2013's “Riddick,” and thanked fans for their support before announcing plans for another. In a video posted on his Facebook page, he told 63.6 million fans: ‘’Universal just called me and told me Riddick is number one on the DVD charts. There's no way Riddick would have been made without you guys. It's a win for all of us and I really, really thank you so much. Yeah, I'm excited, and of course, Universal also says they want to develop the next one.'''