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Fox Previews Matthew Vaughn’s ‘The Secret Service’ at WonderCon [Video Blog]

Fox had a small surprise for fans this past weekend: a presentation from Matthew Vaughn‘s new film The Secret Service at WonderCon. The movie is based on the Marvel Comics series by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons. It stars Colin FirthShow More Summary

WC14: Colin Firth Punches Faces in Sneak Peak of Matthew Vaughn’s "Secret Service"

Fox surprised a full house at WonderCon Anaheim with an action-packed preview of the October release based on Mark Millar’s graphic novel.

WonderCon: 20th Century Executes Bryan Singer PR Control During ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Panel, Shows ‘Maze Runner,’ ‘Secret Service’ Clips

While cues of fans were allowed to ask questions to the string of talent from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, The Maze Runner and DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon 2 at 20th Century Fox’s WonderCon panel, the one creative talent not fielding questions from the crowd, was X-Men: Days of Future Past writer and producer Simon Kinberg. Show More Summary

Firm That Helps Authors Buy Their Way Onto Bestseller Lists Goes Into Stealth Mode

For years, it was an open secret in the book publishing industry that any author willing to spend enough money could nab a spot on the major bestseller by engaging the services of a company called Result Source Inc. Now that secret is a little less open. A few weeks ago, the San Diego-based firm [...]

When Mr. Met Met Mr. Clinton: Mascot Recalls Secret Service Death Threat

It’s not as though a mascot with a head five times normal size would make a particularly difficult shot. So when the Secret Service threatened to kill Mr. Met seventeen years ago, the man behind the mascot took the stern warning seriously. Show More Summary

Mets Mascot: Secret Service Threatened to Shoot Me If I Got Too Close to Clinton

4 days agoNews : Reason

In 1997, this apparently happened, via the New York Daily News: Secret Service agent threatened to put some high heat in the Mets mascot's oversized dome if he ventured too close to former President Bill Clinton during a 1997 game at Shea Stadium. "We have snipers all around the stadium, just in case something were to happen," the agent warned. Show More Summary

Let’s Relive The Time The Secret Service Threatened To Shoot Mr. Met If He Got Near The President

5 days agoSports : With Leather

SportsmascotsarealotoffunandthebelovedMr.Met mightbetopoftheheap(unlessyou’readirty,scruffyPhilliesfan).It’sonlyfittingthatthey’dfinallygetachancetoshineinprintwithAJMass’newmemoir, Yes,It’sHotinHere—AdventuresintheWeird,WoolyWorldofSportsMascots,abouthistimeunderthemaskasMr.

TO BE FAIR, THE GUY WHO SAID THAT WAS PROBABLY DRUNK: Secret Service threatened to shoot Mr. Met if…

TO BE FAIR, THE GUY WHO SAID THAT WAS PROBABLY DRUNK: Secret Service threatened to shoot Mr. Met if he got close to President Clinton, says book.

Secret Service Threatened to Kill Mr. Met

"We have snipers all around the stadium, just in case something were to happen. Like I said, do whatever it is you normally do. Nobody will bother you. But approach the president, and we go for the kill shot. Are we clear?" -- Secret Service agent in 1997 to Mr. Met, as related in Yes, It's Hot in Here: Adventures in the Weird, Woolly World of Sports Mascots

Mr Met: Secret Service Threatened To Kill Mascot For Getting Too Close To Bill Clinton

A former Mr Met has revealed that he was threatened by a secret service agent when President Bill Clinton visited Shea Stadium, who warned him that a sniper would shoot him dead if he approached the President. AJ Mass, who used to don the delightful costume, has revealed all in his new book, “Yes, It’s

The Secret Service Apparently Threatened To Kill Mr. Met

As everyone already knows, Mr. Met is the most beloved mascot in all of sports. It's a fact! Sometimes he's the only good thing about the Mets! So it boggles the mind to think that back in the late '90s, a Secret Service agent allegedly threatened to kill Mr. Met, bringer of joy to the entire world, if he came too close to President Bill Clinton. [ more › ]

Secret Service: Target hackers may take years to find

Total cost of the breach could easily reach into the billions of dollars

The Secret Service Once Threatened to Shoot Mr. Met

5 days agoNews : Mediaite

In his new memoir, Yes, It’s Hot in Here: Adventures in the Weird, Woolly World of Sports Mascots, the man who dressed as Mr. Met during the mid-90s said the Secret Service wasn't messing around when then-President Bill Clinton visited Shea Stadium.

The Secret Service Threatened to Kill Mr. Met: Report

Mr. Met, the mascot for baseball's saddest franchise, received a stern warning from the Secret Service in 1997, when President Clinton visited Shea Stadium: "Approach the president, and we go for the kill shot." Read more...

Athletes & Hoes: Kevin Durant Sues Groupie-Booking Travel Agent Claiming She Cheated Him Out Of O$500,000!

“Keep yo eyes on yo riches” -Tupac Shakur Kevin Durant Sues Former Travel Agent For Overcharging Him For Services According to TMZ reports: Kevin Durant’s travel agent claims she secretly booked flights and hotel arrangements for “numerous women” on

Mr. Met Had His Life Threatened by Secret Service Snipers During Clinton Visit

It doesn't matter who you are, nobody approaches the President of the United States without permission. Back when former President Bill Clinton was in office in April 1997, he visited Shea Stadium for the 50th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking MLB's color barrier. Show More Summary

Book says Secret Service threatened to shoot Mr. Met

Two things about Mr. Met’s enormous head: While too big to fit through a metal detector, it’s perfectly-sized for Secret Service snipers.

8 Easy Ways to Become an Expert Traveler

A veteran business traveler shares eight secrets he's learned over the years--from buying a Tom Bihn bag to carrying a spare battery. A recent survey found that Southwest Airlines had the best customer service in the airline industry, and they deserve it. Show More Summary

Annals of journalistic self-aggrandizement and congratulation

(Paul Mirengoff) The Washington Post has received a Pulitzer public service medal for its role in revealing secrets of the National Security Agency (NSA). It’s natural that journalists and those associated with them wish to celebrate this sort of disclosure. Show More Summary

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