Oh what a crazy week for Fanboy News!
Hailee Steinfeld fan gets tapped and then needs an ambulance? Ummmm Okay. The digital autograph trend! Jennifer Lawrence refuses selfies and fake autographs!
Check it out below!
HAILEE STEINFELD AUTOGRAPH HOUND NEEDS AMBULANCE! After Lamest Shove Ever
One Hailee Steinfeld autograph seeker got an ambulance ride from LAX, but video of the incident makes it seem like he might deserve an Oscar.Our photog was on the scene as Hailee walked to her car, and the autograph seeker persistently buzzed around her. The dude desperately wanted her Jane Hancock, but Hailee’s handler wasn’t having it and did get a little physical.
Amity Township man recounts how he got John Glenn’s autograph
When Randel Westley was teaching first grade at Amity Elementary School around 1980, his students wrote a letter to former astronaut and then-U.S. Sen. John Glenn.Westley, who worked model rocketry and space exploration into his curriculum, enclosed a photocopy of the front page of the Reading Eagle from Feb. 20, 1962, the day Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth.
MLB players can exchange digital autographs, messages with fans using letters app
For many years, the preferred form of communication over a long distance was the written word in the form of a letter. Then came the mobile era which shook up everything and sent people reaching for their smartphones. In an attempt to stay up-to-date on the current form of communication, lettrs has created an app that allows people to write the letters of their lives using a mobile device.
2016 PANINI ENCASED FOOTBALL INCLUDES A GRADED AUTOGRAPH PER BOX
2016 Panini Encased Football cards represent another new high-end line from the card maker. The configuration resembles a smaller National Treasures box but several of the designs and portrait-style photography suggest a bit of a Studio twist.
Auction Preview: Sotheby’s, A Rock & Roll Anthology: From Folk to Fury, New York, Dec 10
The auction offers historical rock and roll memorabilia. The sale is a survey of the history of rock & roll, pop, folk, and punk. It showcases manuscripts and memorabilia from the Beatles, Bob Dylan, the Eagles, and a rare offering from the Sex Pistols’ seminal album Never Mind the Bollocks (the original working autograph manuscript of “Problems,”) among others. The highlight of the sale is John Lennon’s Broadwood Upright Piano, which he used to compose “A Day in the Life,” “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” and many other legendary songs.
Alan spent £500 on a boxing glove signed by Mike Tyson – then found out he’d been conned by the crooks who prey on sports fans
Alan Sterling’s garage is a sports lover’s paradise. A full-size snooker table fills the floor space and bar lights stretch the length of what he calls his ‘man cave’.
The walls are filled from floor to ceiling with around 50 items of sports memorabilia, including a signed picture of David Beckham posing with wife Victoria, the glove of German golfing great Bernhard Langer and a cricket bat signed by the legendary former England batsman Sir Jack Hobbs.
Jennifer Lawrence Doesn’t Want to Take a Photo With You
If you ever see Jennifer Lawrence in a restaurant, don’t even think about asking her to pose for a selfie.
“You might think you know me, but when you approach me you’re a total stranger to me and I’m scared,” the Oscar winner says in a new interview with Vanity Fair. “I get very protective of my space. It took me a long time to be able to do that. But if I’m eating dinner and somebody comes up and a flash goes off from someone’s iPhone camera, I am really rude to that person. Then other people at the restaurant will see and be like, ‘Oh, damn, I don’t want to do that.’ Privacy is a full-time job, and I work very hard at it.”