In this April 3, 2005, file photo, Hulk Hogan fires up the crowd between matches during WrestleMania 21 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson, File) by Dan GelstonAP Sports Writer Even at 60, Hulk Hogan wants to win one more time in the ring. For a generation of Hulkamaniacs, his return to wrestling is certainly more appetizing than Hogan’s latest foray into pop culture: His parody of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” video, that features the former champ swinging on a ball in his red-and-yellow shirt, bandanna, feathered boa, boots — and a black thong that puts a sports entertainment twist on cheeky humor. Hogan laughs, looks at the camera, and simply says, “Brother!”
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This image released by DC Comics shows an image of Batman from the new weekly series “Batman Eternal,” launching in the spring of 2014. (AP Photo/DC Comics) NEW YORK (AP) — The Dark Knight’s 75th anniversary won’t be hiding in the shadows of Gotham.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — He towers over the land, his muscles rippling and blond mane blowing in a windstorm of his own making. Wielding his trusty magical hammer, he crushes villains as easily as he romances beautiful women. Thor, epic god of thunder, was inspired by Norse mythology. But his modern, movie-star incarnation was born on the pulpy, hand-drawn pages of 1960s comic books.
This image released by Universal Pictures shows Paula Patton, left, and Denzel Washington in a scene from “2 Guns.” (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Patti Perret) …