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Daily Caller: Brangelina nuptial news; ‘Dark Knight’ poster posted
Apparently, New York’s recent legalization of gay marriage was enough to satisfy the gay-rights advocating couple, who previously had refused to say their own vows until every citizen in America was able to legally be married.
“The kids ask about marriage,” he said to the paper. “It’s meaning more and more to them. So it’s something we’ve got to look at.”
A source told the magazine the wedding would be “informal and intimate.”
Bieber joins campaign against texting and driving
Justin Bieber is using his popularity to alert teens to the dangers of texting and driving. As part of a new initiative, he is campaigning for a mobile-phone app that would prevent cellphone users from texting or emailing while traveling at speeds higher than 10 miles per hour.
“We need to change the attitudes in our society toward texting and driving, and I am making it one of my personal goals to make this happen,” the Canadian pop star said.
Justin already has begun to support this cause with a “Don’t Text and Drive” banner at his performances.
With such a large fan base, the message from this newly licensed 17-year-old has the potential to reach millions.
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Fans eagerly awaiting the final installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, “The Dark Knight Rises,” recently were given another small glimpse of the highly anticipated film.
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