Kaleidoscope 2014: Important Events in Entertainment (Part 3/4)
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From hot couples' weddings to some shocking deaths, these stories made the third part of the annual kaleidoscope.

AceShowbiz - Happy news and sad news equally shared parts in the third trimester of 2014. After Kim Kardashian & Kanye West's wedding in May, more A-list stars got married last summer. These newlyweds include Jessica Simpson & Eric Johnson (II), Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie, and George Clooney & Amal Alamuddin, just to name a few. On the other hand, fans were brought to tears with the sudden passing of Robin Williams and Joan Rivers.

A privacy breach suddenly also became a hot topic when nude pictures of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and Mary Elizabeth Winstead among other celebrities were leaked online starting in late July. Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon also made headlines with their marriage split, while U2 upset some iTunes users with the unexpected release of their free album on their devices.

JULY

Goodbyes and hellos were part of "The View" this year. After the show co-creator Barbara Walters, Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy left the daytime talk show, Whoopi Goldberg was practically the only one remaining on the panel. Thus, before entering its 18th season, the show began recruiting new co-hosts. Following swirling rumors that former co-host Rosie O'Donnell was courted by producers, she was officially announced to return to the long-running show in July. Reactions to the news were varied, with Donald Trump among those showing skepticism to the choice. "It'll have a short term positive impact, but then you have the long term. Rosie always self-destructs," he said. Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace were later added to round out the panel.

  • Other notable events of the month:
  • Jul 01: "Criminal Minds" hired Jennifer Love Hewitt as a new series regular.
  • Jul 01: Shia LaBeouf sought treatment for alcohol problems.
  • Jul 01: Knife-wielding man who threatened to kill Michael Strahan was arrested.
  • Jul 01: Jewel Kilcher split from her husband Ty Murray.
  • Jul 01: Nicolas Cage became first-time grandfather.
  • Jul 02: A Christian rapper claimed Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" was a rip-off of his song.
  • Jul 02: Russell Neal of Hi-Five was charged with murder after wife was found dead.
  • Jul 03: "Midnight Rider" filmmakers were charged with involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass in the death of camera assistant Sarah Elizabeth Jones.
  • Jul 03: Pamela Anderson filed for divorce from Rick Salomon.
  • Jul 04: British entertainer Rolf Harris was sentenced to 5 years in prison for abusing young girls.
  • Jul 04: Flavor Flav was cited by police following firework show.
  • Jul 05: Jessica Simpson married fiance Eric Johnson (II) in California.
  • Jul 06: Michelle Rodriguez and Zac Efron were spotted locking lips in Sardinia.
  • Jul 06: "Harry Potter" star Dave Legeno was found dead in Death Valley.
  • Jul 07: Phil Collins' eldest son, Simon Collins, was arrested on drug charges.
  • Jul 08: Garth Brooks canceled all five shows in Dublin, Ireland, after the city's council denied to approve permits for two of the shows.
  • Jul 08: Emma Watson was appointed as U.N. Women goodwill ambassador.
  • Jul 08: Phaedra Parks' husband Apollo Nida was sentenced to eight years in jail after he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail, wire, and bank fraud.
  • Jul 09: "Orphan Black" was renewed for a third season.
  • Jul 09: Justin Bieber was sentenced to community labor in egging case.
  • Jul 09: Frank Stallone checked into rehab for alcohol abuse.
  • Jul 10: Jimmy Kimmel and wife Molly McNearney welcomed baby girl named Jane.
  • Jul 10: Rosie O'Donnell was officially announced to return to "The View".
  • Jul 10: "Fast and Furious 7" wrapped up filming after a four-month hiatus following Paul Walker's death.
  • Jul 10: Novak Djokovic married Jelena Ristic in Montenegro.
  • Jul 10: Laverne Cox became the first transgender actress who got Emmy nomination.
  • Jul 10: Azealia Banks was finally released from Universal Records following long battle with the label.
  • Jul 10: Robin Thicke's "Paula" album opened with less than 54 copies in Australia after debuting with less than 600 copies in the U.K.
  • Jul 10: "Glee" star Becca Tobin's boyfriend Matt Bendik was found dead.
  • Jul 10: "Lost" star Emilie de Ravin's husband Josh Janowicz filed for divorce.
  • Jul 10: Tracy Morgan sued Wal-Mart over car crash.
  • Jul 11: Meek Mill was sentenced to 3 to 6 months in prison.
  • Jul 13: Olympic gold medalist Ian Thorpe came out as gay.
  • Jul 13: "Jersey Shore" star JWoww gave birth to her first child with fiance Roger Mathews, Meilani.
  • Jul 13: Nickelodeon canceled "Sam & Cat" after one season following behind-the-scenes drama.
  • Jul 13: NBC renewed "America's Got Talent" for season 10.
  • Jul 13: Fabolous was unharmed during shooting incident in New York club.
  • Jul 14: Conor Oberst rape accuser said she lied about the story.
  • Jul 15: Newcomer Neel Sethi landed the lead role of Mowgli in Disney's "The Jungle Book".
  • Jul 15: John McEnroe and Tatum O'Neal's son were arrested for drug possession.
  • Jul 16: Actress Shannon Richardson got 18 years in jail for mailing toxic letter to President Obama.
  • Jul 16: Vanessa Williams revealed she was molested by a woman at 10.
  • Jul 18: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were confirmed to co-star in "By the Sea".
  • Jul 18: TNT ordered fifth and final season of "Falling Skies".
  • Jul 18: Shakira became the first person ever to reach 100 million Facebook likes.
  • Jul 19: Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo got married in Mexico.
  • Jul 19: "Breaking Bad" and "True Detective" were among winners at the 30th annual Television Critics Association (TCA) Awards.
  • Jul 19: Naya Rivera married Ryan Dorsey on her wedding date to Big Sean.
  • Jul 20: Former Destiny's Child member Farrah Franklin was arrested again for disorderly conduct.
  • Jul 21: FX renewed "Fargo" and "Louie".
  • Jul 21: Robert Downey Jr. topped Forbes' list of the Top Earning Actors in Hollywood.
  • Jul 22: Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood joined HBO's "Westworld" TV series.
  • Jul 22: Ariana Grande's grandpa passed away.
  • Jul 23: Inquest confirmed Peaches Geldof died of heroin overdose.
  • Jul 23: Adele won five-figure sum in lawsuit over paparazzi photos of her son.
  • Jul 23: "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" got July 7, 2017 as its new release date.
  • Jul 24: Liberty Ross and Rupert Sanders finalized divorce.
  • Jul 25: Director Bryan Singer was dismissed from sex abuse lawsuit by British actor.
  • Jul 25: James Gunn officially signed up to write and direct "Guardians of the Galaxy" sequel.
  • Jul 25: Tulisa was found guilty of V Festival assault.
  • Jul 25: Wiz Khalifa called Tyga's reason to depart his "Under the Influence of Music" tour "wack."
  • Jul 26: "Covert Affairs" star Piper Perabo got married to Stephen Kay.
  • Jul 27: Legendary Pictures announced "Godzilla" sequel and "Kong: Skull Island" at San Diego Comic-Con.
  • Jul 27: "The Expendables 3" leaked ahead of its theatrical release.
  • Jul 28: Andi Dorfman picked Josh Murray on "The Bachelorette" season 10 finale.
  • Jul 28: American sprinter Torrin Lawrence died in car wreck.
  • Jul 28: Toby Keith topped Forbes' highest-paid country musician after pocketing $65 million in the past 12 months.
  • Jul 28: NSYNC was surprised by the arrival of "The Essential", a compilation album containing the boyband's hits.
  • Jul 29: Neil Young filed for divorce from Pegi Morton after 36 years of marriage.
  • Jul 29: Maksim Chmerkovskiy confirmed he's leaving "Dancing with the Stars".
  • Jul 30: Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom got involved in scuffle in Ibiza.
  • Jul 30: Drew Barrymore's half-sister was found dead in a car.
  • Jul 30: Allison Williams was cast in the lead role for NBC's "Peter Pan Live! ".
  • Jul 30: Production of "The Big Bang Theory" season 8 was delayed due to contract dispute.
  • Jul 31: Alicia Keys announced second pregnancy on 4th wedding anniversary.

AUGUST

After almost ten years together, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's love is still going strong. The couple, who got engaged in 2012 but vowed never to tie the knot until same-sex marriage was legal nationwide, finally did it on August 23, 2014. The ceremony held at their Chateau Miraval in the French village of Correns was kept small and private, with all their six children having big roles in the wedding. Their sons Maddox and Pax accompanied the bride walk down the aisle, their daughters Zahara and Vivienne threw flower petals, while Shiloh and Knox served as ring bearers. They also helped write their parents' vow and their artwork decorated Jolie's Atelier Versace wedding dress.

  • Other notable events of the month:
  • Aug 01: Foo Fighters' member Dave Grohl and wife Jordyn Blum welcomed third child Ophelia Saint Grohl.
  • Aug 01: Christina Aguilera flaunted baby bump in nude photo shoot.
  • Aug 01: Michael Strahan and fiancee Nicole Murphy split.
  • Aug 01: "American Idol" alum Michael Johns passed away at 35.
  • Aug 02: Actress Cheryl Hines married Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. at family compound.
  • Aug 02: Miss South Carolina K. Lee Graham was named the new Miss Teen USA.
  • Aug 02: Sia Furler married Erik Anders Lang in private backyard wedding.
  • Aug 03: "The Wire" actor Anwan Glover was stabbed and beaten in D.C. nightclub.
  • Aug 03: "Transformers: Age of Extinction" passed $1 billion mark at the global box office.
  • Aug 04: Keke Palmer was cast as the first black Cinderella on Broadway play.
  • Aug 04: "The Big Bang Theory" main cast Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco signed new three-year contracts.
  • Aug 04: Sandra Bullock was named the top earning actress by Forbes.
  • Aug 05: Jason Aldean became the most downloaded male country artist ever in the history of RCAA's Digital Gold & Platinum Awards after raking 21.5 million digital track sales and on-demand since 2005.
  • Aug 05: The Civil Wars announced they'd "regretfully decided to permanently part ways."
  • Aug 05: Mariah Carey parted ways with manager Jermaine Dupri.
  • Aug 05: Joe Jonas and girlfriend Blanda Eggenschwiler broke up.
  • Aug 06: "Texas Chain Saw Massacre" star Marilyn Burns was found dead at home.
  • Aug 06: Alexis Bledel said she secretly wed Vincent Kartheiser in June.
  • Aug 07: Omarion welcomed his first child Megaa Omari Grandberry with girlfriend Apryl Jones.
  • Aug 08: Danity Kane broke up for the second time following reports about Aubrey O'Day and Dawn Richard being involved in a physical fight.
  • Aug 08: Christina Ricci and husband James Heerdegen welcomed first child, a baby boy.
  • Aug 09: NASCAR driver Tony Stewart hit and killed driver Kevin Ward Jr. in race.
  • Aug 10: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's mother and cousin were hit by drunk driver.
  • Aug 10: Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley were among movie winners at 2014 Teen Choice Awards.
  • Aug 10: "Pretty Little Liars" leads TV winners of 2014 Teen Choice Awards.
  • Aug 10: One Direction won big at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards.
  • Aug 10: Leven Rambin and Jim Parrack got engaged.
  • Aug 10: David Duchovny and Tea Leoni were officially divorced.
  • Aug 11: Robin Williams died of apparent suicide.
  • Aug 11: Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy's last "The View" episode aired.
  • Aug 11: Courtney Stodden got engaged again to her estranged husband Doug Hutchinson.
  • Aug 11: Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick lost $4,000 cash after home robbery.
  • Aug 12: Legendary Hollywood actress Lauren Bacall died of stroke.
  • Aug 12: Ciara split from Future three months after their son was born.
  • Aug 12: Celine Dion announced she'd take a break from music to focus her attention on her ailing husband and their family.
  • Aug 12: Justin Bieber pleaded guilty in Florida case.
  • Aug 13: Actor Michael Cera quietly released folk album "True That".
  • Aug 13: Death Cab for Cutie split from guitarist Chris Walla after 17 years of making music together.
  • Aug 13: "Today" show anchor Savannah Guthrie welcomed baby girl.
  • Aug 13: Actress Riley Keough got engaged to Ben Smith-Petersen.
  • Aug 14: "Godzilla 2" was scheduled for June 8, 2018 release.
  • Aug 14: Cliff Richard denied sex assault allegations.
  • Aug 15: "How to Train Your Dragon 2" became the highest-grossing animated movie in 2014.
  • Aug 15: Josh Gracin checked into inpatient facility after posting apparent suicide note.
  • Aug 15: "10 Things I Hate About You" star Andrew Keegan started new religion.
  • Aug 16: Jimmy Fallon and Jane Lynch were among winners at 2014 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
  • Aug 16: Christina Aguilera and fiance Matt Rutler welcomed baby girl.
  • Aug 17: "20/20" anchor Elizabeth Vargas returned to rehab.
  • Aug 17: Morrissey confirmed he had been dropped by Capitol/Harvest Record after reports emerged claiming he'd still signed to the label.
  • Aug 18: Rep confirmed Christian Bale and wife Sibi welcomed their second child, a baby boy.
  • Aug 18: Taylor Swift unleashed music video for "Shake It Off" from new album "1989".
  • Aug 18: Jackie Chan's son Jaycee was arrested for alleged drug use.
  • Aug 18: Gisele Bundchen was named the world's highest-paid model.
  • Aug 18: Anna Nicole Smith's estate lost final bid to acquire millions from husband's estate.
  • Aug 19: Calvin Harris topped Forbes' Electronic Cash Kings list after making $66 million in the past 12 months.
  • Aug 20: Carson Daly and fiancee Siri Pinter welcomed daughter London Rose Daly.
  • Aug 20: Pete Wentz and girlfriend Meagan Camper welcomed son Saint Lazslo.
  • Aug 21: Nick Cannon confirmed separation from Mariah Carey.
  • Aug 21: Longtime investigators Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara left "MythBusters".
  • Aug 22: Nicki Minaj's racy "Anaconda" music video broke Vevo's record for the most views in 24 hours after racking up 19.6 million clicks on the first day of its release.
  • Aug 22: M.I.A., who was sued by NFL over middle finger gesture at a Super Bowl performance two years ago, reached a settlement with the league.
  • Aug 23: Sir Cliff Richard was questioned by police over alleged sexual assault.
  • Aug 23: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie got married in France.
  • Aug 24: Suge Knight was shot at pre-MTV VMAs party hosted by Chris Brown.
  • Aug 24: Richard Attenborough died at 90.
  • Aug 24: Beyonce Knowles was honored with the coveted Video Vanguard Award at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards.
  • Aug 24: "True Blood" ended its run after seven seasons.
  • Aug 25: Young Jeezy was arrested on weapon charge.
  • Aug 25: "Breaking Bad" and "Modern Family" won big at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards.
  • Aug 25: Ashton Kutcher was named TV's Top-Earning Actor by Forbes.
  • Aug 26: Chelsea Handler went naked on the last episode of "Chelsea Lately".
  • Aug 26: "Sons of Guns" star Will Hayden was arrested for allegedly raping a 12-year-old.
  • Aug 26: Kate Bush returned to the stage for first concert in 35 years.
  • Aug 27: Michael Egan dropped sex abuse lawsuit against Bryan Singer.
  • Aug 27: Shakira announced she and Gerard Pique were expecting second child.
  • Aug 28: Joan Rivers was rushed to hospital after she stopped breathing during surgery.
  • Aug 28: Britney Spears and David Lucado split following the emergence of an alleged cheating video.
  • Aug 28: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" resumed production in full force following Harrison Ford's on-set injury.
  • Aug 28: A&E canceled "Longmire" after 3 seasons.
  • Aug 28: Cee-Lo Green got probation and community service after pleading no contest in ecstasy case.
  • Aug 28: Naked video of 5 Seconds of Summer's member Calum Hood leaked.
  • Aug 29: Glenn Cornick, Jethro Tull's bassist, died at 67.
  • Aug 30: Gabrielle Union tied the knot with Dwayne Wade in Miami.
  • Aug 31: Jennifer Lawrence fell victim to massive hacking scandal involving many other celebrities.
  • Aug 31: Ashlee Simpson married Evan Ross.
  • Aug 31: Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg tied the knot.
  • Aug 31: Survivor's singer Jimi Jamison died of heart attack at 63.

SEPTEMBER

U2 is undeniably one of the great living music legends, but no one can force another's liking. iTunes apparently didn't anticipate it when they released the band's 13th studio album "Songs of Innocence" to all their customers at no cost. While it was a gift for fans, some others were annoyed that the album was automatically added to their accounts without their consent. Tyler, the Creator even likened getting the free album to waking up with herpes. Denying that they supported free music with the album giveaway, the Irish group eventually apologized for it with frontman Bono taking it lightly in his response to an iTunes user's complaint. "Oops. I'm sorry about that. I had this beautiful idea and we got carried away with ourselves. Artists are prone to that kind of thing," he said.

  • Other notable events of the month:
  • Sept 01: FBI and Apple started investigating into celebrity nude photo leak.
  • Sept 01: Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher were expecting first baby.
  • Sept 01: Cee-Lo Green deleted his Twitter after writing controversial comments about rape.
  • Sept 01: Apple denied iCloud security breach following massive celebrity nude photo leaks.
  • Sept 02: "How to Train Your Dragon 3" release was pushed back a year to 2017.
  • Sept 02: Chris Brown pleaded guilty to Washington, D.C. assault.
  • Sept 03: "The View" named Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace as new co-hosts.
  • Sept 03: Ricky Ubeda won "So You Think You Can Dance" season 11.
  • Sept 03: One Direction broke Guinness World Records for becoming the first act to have their first three albums debut at No. 1 on "the standard-bearing American chart."
  • Sept 03: Scarlett Johansson and fiance Romain Dauriac welcomed baby girl, Rose.
  • Sept 04: Joan Rivers died at 81.
  • Sept 04: Alyssa Milano gave birth to daughter Elizabella.
  • Sept 04: Julianne Hough returned to "Dancing with the Stars" as a fourth judge in season 19.
  • Sept 04: Latin American rock legend Gustavo Cerati died at 55.
  • Sept 04: Calvin Harris' "Summer" was Spotify's Song of the Summer after it was played 160 million times globally.
  • Sept 04: Garth Brooks launched his own online music provider called GhostTunes.
  • Sept 04: Josh Turner and wife Jennifer Ford Turner welcomed fourth son Samuel Hawke Turner.
  • Sept 04: Ashley Tisdale married Christopher French.
  • Sept 06: "Chicago Fire" actress Molly Glynn died after being struck by tree while biking.
  • Sept 07: Paramount planned two "Terminator Genisys" sequels for May 19, 2017 and June 29, 2018.
  • Sept 07: Hugh Jackman and Sarah Jessica Parker were among stars who attended Joan Rivers' funeral.
  • Sept 07: "How I Met Your Mother" alternate ending was revealed.
  • Sept 07: "Sons of Guns" star Will Hayden was accused of another molestation.
  • Sept 08: Prince William and Kate Middleton announced they're expecting second child.
  • Sept 08: Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka announced their wedding.
  • Sept 08: James Corden was officially named the new host of CBS' "Late Late Show".
  • Sept 08: Avicii canceled all of his scheduled performances because he's still suffering from certain health issues related to surgeries he underwent earlier this year.
  • Sept 09: U2's new album "Songs of Innocence" became available for free for all iTunes users.
  • Sept 10: Showtime announced season 7 of "Nurse Jackie" would be the last for the show.
  • Sept 10: James Bond villain Richard Kiel who played in "Moonraker" and "The Spy Who Loved Me" died at 74.
  • Sept 11: "Divergent" star Theo James was tapped to front "Underworld" reboot.
  • Sept 11: "Saturday Night Live" replaced Cecily Strong with Michael Che as "Weekend Update" anchor.
  • Sept 11: Police confirmed Sarah Palin's family was involved in a drunken brawl at a party.
  • Sept 11: Prince Harry was uninjured after motorbike outrider collided with taxi.
  • Sept 11: "Django Unchained" star Daniele Watts said she was arrested after being mistaken for prostitute.
  • Sept 12: USA Network confirmed "White Collar" would end after a six-episode season 6.
  • Sept 12: Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling welcomed daughter Esmeralda Amada.
  • Sept 14: "The Imitation Game" won People's Choice Award at the 38th Toronto International Film Festival.
  • Sept 14: Miss New York Kira Kazantsev was named Miss America 2015.
  • Sept 15: Robin Thicke admitted he had almost zero contribution to his hit "Blurred Lines", saying he was high on alcohol and vicodine during recording sessions with Pharrell Williams.
  • Sept 15: Adrian Peterson was accused of another child abuse.
  • Sept 15: Leonardo DiCaprio was appointed Messenger of Peace by the United Nations.
  • Sept 16: Tom Hiddleston landed the lead role in King Kong origin pic "Kong: Skull Island".
  • Sept 17: Adrian Peterson was deactivated indefinitely by the Minnesota Vikings following child abuse case.
  • Sept 17: "America's Got Talent" crowned Mat Franco as season 9 winner.
  • Sept 18: "Deadpool" movie was slated for February 12, 2016 release.
  • Sept 18: J.K. Rowling, Geri Halliwell and Brian Cox reacted to Scottish Referendum result.
  • Sept 18: CBS gave a series commitment to "Supergirl" TV adaptation.
  • Sept 18: "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" parents Mama June and Sugar Bear announced separation.
  • Sept 19: Sarah Hyland obtained restraining order against ex Matt Prokop after he allegedly choked, pushed and threatened her life.
  • Sept 20: Erica Mena revealed she got engaged to Bow Wow.
  • Sept 21: Colin Farrell confirmed he would star on "True Detective" season 2.
  • Sept 21: Pregnant Alicia Keys posed naked to promote "We Are Here" movement.
  • Sept 22: Kris Jenner filed for divorce from Bruce Jenner after 22 years of marriage.
  • Sept 22: Bob Dylan was announced as a honoree of the 2015 MusiCares Person of the Year.
  • Sept 23: Jeremy Renner confirmed he secretly married his girlfriend Sonni Pacheco.
  • Sept 23: Amber Rose filed for divorce from Wiz Khalifa.
  • Sept 24: "Big Brother 16" named Derrick Levasseur as the winner as the show was renewed for two more seasons.
  • Sept 24: Take That became a trio after member Jason Orange quit the band.
  • Sept 24: Jason Derulo and Jordin Sparks split after three years of dating.
  • Sept 24: Kim Kardashian was attacked by Ukrainian prankster Vitalii Sediuk outside Balmain show at Paris Fashion Week.
  • Sept 24: Jason Aldean got engaged to Brittany Kerr.
  • Sept 24: NASCAR driver Tony Stewart was not charged in the death of Kevin Ward Jr. whom he hit during a race at Canandaigua Motorsports Park in Canandaigua, N.Y.
  • Sept 24: Thom Yorke of Radiohead released a surprise album, his first LP in eight years, on BitTorrent.
  • Sept 26: Snooki gave birth to baby girl Giovanna.
  • Sept 26: Randy Jackson's wife Erika filed for divorce after nearly 19 years of marriage.
  • Sept 27: Chelsea Clinton gave birth to her first daughter Charlotte.
  • Sept 27: George Clooney married Amal Alamuddin in Venice.
  • Sept 27: Celebrity friends and family remembered Robin Williams at memorial in San Francisco.
  • Sept 28: "The Mentalist" was announced to end after season 7.
  • Sept 28: "Guardians of the Galaxy" became Marvel Studios' third highest-grossing movie, surpassing "Iron Man 3".
  • Sept 28: Amanda Bynes got arrested for DUI after stopping in the middle of intersection in California.
  • Sept 29: Rich Homie Quan's father was shot four times during an attempted robbery in Atlanta.
  • Sept 29: Marvel debuted female God of Thunder in preview of new "Thor" comic book.
  • Sept 29: "Midnight Rider" first assistant director Hillary Schwartz was charged with involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass in the death of camera assistant Sarah Jones.

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