Robert Downey, Jr. joined Instagram Monday, and posted his first ever photo on the social media app featuring his fellow cast members from "The Avengers: Age of Ultron."
"The Avengers: Age of Ultron" Ironman actor, Robert Downey, Jr. made his first foray on the popular photo sharing app, Instagram, and his first photo was a star-studded line-up of his fellow "Age of Ultron" cast mates.
The candid photo included Jimmy Kimmel, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo and Downey Jr. in a couch backstage at the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" show where the actors played a game of Family Feud with their host. more >>
Singer Pink has lashed out at bullies on Twitter who have called her fat and poked fun at her curves.
Inundated with hateful comments after being photographed looking heavier than usual, American pop singer and songwriter Pink called out Twitter bullies who ridiculed her curvier form and called her fat.
When the "Just Give Me A Reason," singer was photographed on the red carpet Saturday during the John Wayne 30th Annual Odyssey Ball in Beverly Hills in an ankle-length black dress with a plunging neckline, she proudly showed off her new fuller figure. more >>
Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church and other faith groups have spoken out against California Senate Bill 128, which if passed, would give terminally ill people in the state the right to end their lives. Warren said that he opposes the bill both as a theologian and as the father of a son who died by suicide due to mental illness.
"I oppose this law as a theologian and as the father of a son who took his life after struggling with mental illness for 27 years," Warren said at a conference on Saturday, referring to his son, Matthew, who took his own life on April 5, 2013.
"The prospect of dying can be frightening," he added while speaking at a panel, the OC Register reported. "But we belong to God, and death and life are in God's hands. ... We need to make a radical commitment to be there for those who are dying in our lives." more >>
The producers behind 2014's "Left Behind" remake have announced that there will be a sequel to the Bible Apocalypse movie, with the story picking up after the Rapture.
"We are living in the last days and if the Rapture were to happen today, there are a lot of people who just aren't ready," Paul Lalonde, "Left Behind" producer and CEO of Cloud Ten Pictures, said in a press release shared with The Christian Post.
"This is why we need to complete the story as soon as possible beginning with LEFT BEHIND 2. But, if we want to keep control of our story, we will once again have to fund the movie independently. We have all seen what happens to Christian, Bible-based stories when the Hollywood studios take control. They change the fundamental meaning of God's Word and make a mockery of the Christian faith. With the help of campaign supporters we won't let that happen to LEFT BEHIND 2." more >>
Nick Vujicic, a Christian motivational speaker known worldwide as the "limbless evangelist," has met with the family of Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao, who is also a vocal Christian. Vujicic said he is not taking sides ahead of the widely anticipated fight with five-division world champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr. but said he will pray for Pacquiao's safety.
"I'm here not to take side but to wish him luck and pray for his safety," Vujicic said about meeting the Filipino boxer at his Los Angeles residence on Monday, according to PhilBoxing.com. He added that he admires Pacquiao's humility, generosity and kindness. more >>
News has emerged Apple is geared to unveil its new and upgraded set top box for Apple TV at the WWDC this summer, but will withhold the 4K video streaming technology.
The next generation Apple TV is reportedly making its entrance at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in June this year, and speculations have emerged Apple's new revamped set top box won't be supporting 4K video streaming.
While the upcoming version of the Apple TV will still include a variety of innovative features expected of an Apple product, including online-based TV streaming and A8 chip compatibility, it appears the Cupertino, California corporation will be keeping away from 4K streaming, despite peers like Amazon and Netflix having already embraced the technology. more >>