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Horse racing fans will not have another Triple Crown this year.
I’ll Have Another, the winner of The Kentucky Derby and The Preakness and a 4-5 favorite to take home the Belmont Stakes tomorrow and become the sport’s first Triple Crown champion since 1977, has dropped out of the latter race due to a leg injury.
“It’s not tragic, but it’s a huge disappointment,” trainer Doug O’Neill said on The Dan Patrick Show.
He later confirmed at a press conference that I’ll Have Another developed tendonitis in its left front leg and is officially retired. The animal will now be put out to stud, makeMore >
It feels like our Twilight favorites are growing up before our eyes.
In the next installment, Part I of Breaking Dawn, Edward and Bella (Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart) take their relationship to the next level.
“They make love for the first time, they get married and pregnant,” says director Bill Condon of the film, scheduled for release in November.
Here’s are two newly-released photos of Edward and Bella’s honeymoon:
In EW’s cover story, Rob and Kristen discussed the exotic locations for the film. Much of the vampire honeymoon was shot outside the Brazilian town ofMore >
[HMG Celebrity News] – When the two NASA rovers landed on Mars in January 2004 it caused huge public interest. Now Paramount is planning to harness that interest with a movie of Ray Bradbury’s Martian Chronicles.
First published in 1950 and set in 1999, the book has rightly become a Sci-Fi classic and has so far been made as a radio play, a comic, a talking book [read by Leonard Nimoy] and an NBC mini-series.
Universal also tried to make a film version in 1997 with Steven Spielberg, but that never came together.
But despite being produced by John Davis, who you’ll recall was in charge ofMore >