With the Fantastic Four whittled to three after last month’s death of the Human Torch, Marvel’s longtime super group is changing names and adding a familiar face.
Spider-Man, New York’s web-slinging guardian, is joining the group newly renamed The Future Foundation.
Starting in FF No. 1, he’ll join with Mr. Fantastic, The Thing and the Invisible Woman in a bid to protect the Marvel universe from new threats, Marvel said Wednesday.
The first issue is due out March 23.
The Fantastic Four ended with issue No. 588 this month, after the Torch, aka Johnny Storm, died in issue 587. Like the former series, the new FF series is written by Jonathan Hickman and drawn by Steve Epting.
She looked hot!
Lindsay Lohan is being booked, as you read, after the judge in her felony grand theft case came down hard on her in court today and told her she shouldn’t “push her luck”!
After Lindsay pleaded not guilty to the theft case, sources report that Judge Schwartz sternly told her “things will be different” this time around because she’s being considered for a felony.
She was promptly remanded back into custody, with her bail set at $20,000. THEN, the judge revoked LiLo’s probation in her DUI case and set bail at $20,000. So, in total she owes $40,000!
We’re told that before she left the courtroom, the judge warned, “If you violate the law, I will remand you and there will be NO BAIL.”
Oh man! Schwartz means business!
A new hearing has been set for February 23, 2011 at 8:30am.
Well, her character was written into a corner. And soooo moral.
Now, back to Broadway.
Audra McDonald will exit ABC’s medical drama ‘Private Practice’ at the end of the current season “in order to spend more time with her family.”
She plays fertility specialist Naomi on the show and could eventually return to the series as a guest star.
“I have spent four amazing years working with the best cast and crew on television at Private Practice,” McDonald told TVLine.com. “Though I am stepping away from the series as a regular in order to spend more time in New York with my family, I am not closing the door on Private Practice or the character, Naomi. I am beyond grateful to Shonda Rhimes, ABC, and the team behind the show.”