'Miracle At Sea':25 Survive Marine Copter Crash
'Miracle At Sea':25 Survive Marine Copter Crash
Carrie Underwood Remembers the Day She Accidently Locked Her Baby and Dogs in the Car
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The Facebook page of the USS Mesa Verde was filled with dozens of well-wishes and thanks to God on Tuesday, a day after 25 Marines and U.S. Navy sailors survived the crash of a Marine Corps CH-53E helicopter as it tried to land on the amphibious transport dock in the open sea. Seventeen Marines and eight Navy sailors were aboard the 16-ton Super Stallion copter, which was part of the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit. It it fell into the Gulf of Aden as it was taking troops back to the Mesa Verde after a training exercise in Djibouti on the Horn of Africa. The Navy said that the crash was not related to any hostile activity.
It's safe to say Carrie Underwood won't forget this summer day at the airport. Back in July, the American Idol winner found herself in a real-life nightmare when she discovered her son and dogs were accidentally locked inside a car. While everyone turned out to be safe and okay, some fans couldn't help but wonder what really happened during the incident. Underwood explained "As you do, you get out of the front seat and you shut the door so you can turn around so you can get your luggage out. Immediately, one of the dogs jumped up on the little control panel on the door, and I heard the thing click. I was like, ‘The doors locked, the doors locked, the doors locked!" After trying to get in, Underwood's brother in law that broke the window to get to Baby Isaiah.
If you're a fan of Andrew Garfield's long hair, bad news. The actor says he's "over it" and is ready to chop it all off. During an interview with E! News, Garfield said having his locks so long has been a "hassle" but he had to grow it out for his work as one of two 17th century Jesuit priests who travel to Japan to find their mentor in the upcoming Martin Scorsese-film, Silence. The Spiderman actor joked, "I had to kind of get lost in the wilderness for the movie, so no barber shops in the wilderness in the 1600s in Japan. I didn't find one anyway." At the same time, he revealed to Indiewire's The Playlist that playing Spider-Man for two installments of the superhero franchise wasn't as satisfying as one might assume and added that he has no plans to appear in the new Spider-Man movies.
CNN has changed the rules for admitting candidates to a Republican presidential debate it will host later this month. The move may possibly secure a place onstage for Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard executive. Fiorina surged from the bottom of the polls to the top five, following a first debate in early August. The new rules also mean the debate stage is likely to hold more than 10 candidates – a group size already viewed as large. Fox News hosted 10 candidates for a main Republican debate on August 6th, and held a separate, smaller debate for the rest of the field--sometimes referred to as "the kiddie table." CNN cited a lack of new polling since the first debate for the rules change.
CNN is revising its criteria for selection which Republican candidate can participate in the “top-tier” debate on Sept. 16 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif. The changes could mean that Carly Fiorina, the former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard, will be among the candidates in the primetime telecast. In a statement, CNN said they will give greater consideration to candidates who have improved their standing since the last presidential debate on Aug. 6. The network originally planned to select the participants in the top-tier debate from among those who placed in the top 10 of national polls conducted between July 16 and Sept. 10. Fiorina didn’t make the cut for Fox News’ top-tier debate, but delivered what was considered a standout showing at an earlier debate on Aug. 6 for candidates who placed too low in the polls to make it to the prime event. Since then, her standing in the polls has risen.
Actor Josh Gad has been cast as late movie critic Roger Ebert in a new film. “Russ & Roger Go Beyond” will be based on the making of “Beyond the Valley of the Dolls,” director Russ Meyer’s 1970s cult film crafted from Ebert’s screenplay. Will Ferrell will play sexploitation filmmaker Meyer. Jonah Hill was reportedly up for the role of Ebert, but the deal never came to fruition and now the job is Gad’s. The revered film critic lost his battle with cancer in 2013, while Meyer died from complications of pneumonia in 2004.
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