Fanboy News! P!nk Asks For Eminem’s Autograph! OJ Simpson Helmets $400 Each! McNabb Brings His Kids For Wentz Autograph! And More!
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O.J. Simpson autographed helmets being sold for $400 or more
Less than two weeks after a nine-year prison stay ended, O.J. Simpson has done an autograph signing.It is not known who conducted the signing, but TMZ reported Friday that it took place in Las Vegas, where Simpson has been living since his Oct. 1 release.Memorabilia signed, namely Simpson’s autograph on Buffalo Bills helmets, was sold on a wholesale basis to autograph dealers.
Sporting Life: Giving your autograph to a fan is one of sports’ vital signs
Three seconds are all it takes to make a fan’s day, to enlist her to the cause, to make him a devotee. Three seconds for the dutiful Phil Mickelson to sign a hat on Sunday. Three seconds to reach out, as Rory McIlroy did recently, and put a golf ball in the hand of a boy whose face lights up as if he’s just high-fived Iron Man.
WATCH: McNabb brings his kids to Eagles locker room for Carson Wentz autographs
Ask around the Philadelphia Eagles locker room, and you might hear as much about the team’s family atmosphere as its sits 4-1 atop the NFC East.After Sunday’s blowout win over the Arizona Cardinals, that was especially the case.Lincoln Financial Field was roaring for Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, who ended the day with four touchdown passes to help Philadelphia capture its third straight win since a tight Week 2 loss to the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. But the fans weren’t just any old fans on Sunday, either. They also included longtime Eagles signal-caller Donovan McNabb — and his kids.
Donovan McNabb’s kids got autographs from Carson Wentz in the locker room. McNabb and Wentz hugged and chatted for a few minutes. pic.twitter.com/9l9Pt3cBR2
— Sheil Kapadia (@SheilKapadia) October 8, 2017
Remembering Back When: On the Ball
My wife has turned into a Groupie.
Well, maybe that is a little extreme but she did write her first fan letter and mailed it off this week. In it she admitted to being a teenager of the 1960s and requested an autograph.
I don’t know if it is a common practice today that young admirers still cut out magazine photos of movie-TV stars, popular singers, etc.
Here’s the most valuable autographs you can get at this weekend’s Film and Comic Con in Exeter
Stars lining the booths include Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones and James Bond star John Rhys-Davies, action movie veteran Mark Rolston and genuine Doctor Who, Colin Baker.
But big names Dave Prowse (Darth Vader) and Margot Kidder (Lois Lane in Superman: The Movie) have had to pull out.
Pink Tells Jimmy Fallon Her Son Jameson ‘Cries When I Sing’: Watch
“I was drinking a lot of wine when I wrote that song and I went home and I drank more wine,” Pink said of the writing process, before she detailed the long wine-drunk email to Marshall Mathers — which included a bit about how she’s loved him since she asked for his autograph at the 2001 MTV VMAs — where she asked him to be on the track. “We’ve worked with the same people, like Rihanna, she’s way hotter than me, but I’m funnier and I just need you to listen to the song and I need you to do it!”
30 years later, “Witches of Eastwick” continues to cast a spell
The camera swoops down through the clouds and alights on this seaside paradise dotted with a graceful white church, lush green common, white clapboard houses and cozy inlets all bathed in a golden glow. It’s charming – and it’s Cohasset, a town that after 30 years is still proud to have been the main filming site for director George Miller’s battle-of-the-sexes fable, “The Witches of Eastwick.” An adaptation of the John Updike novel, the film debuted June 12, 1987. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, Showcase Cinemas is holding special screenings of the film on Thursday, Oct. 26, at select locations, including Randolph.
Black Eyed Peas Performing Cosplay Ball Concert at L.A. Comic Con
The show will be free to three-day badge holders at the convention.
Los Angeles is in for a musical treat this Halloween.
On Oct. 29, Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con will host The Black Eyed Peas for an outdoor concert downtown that is free to three-day badge holders of the convention.
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