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Your Day in Pop Culture (Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013)

This Day in Pop Culture History
1979: In response to the Iran hostage crisis, President Jimmy Carter halted petroleum imports into America from Iran. C'mon, just let Bet Affleck do his job.

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1943: Wallace Shawn, actor (My Dinner with Andre, The Prince Bride, Toy Story series, Clueless)
1944: Al Michaels, sportscaster
1978: Ashley Williams, actress (How I Met Your Mother)
1979: Cote de Pablo, actress (NCIS)
1980: Ryan Gosling, actor (The Notebook, Half Nelson, Lars and the Real Girl, Blue Valentine, Drive, The Ides of March, Crazy, Stupid, Love, Gangster Squad, The Place Beyond the Pines)
1982: Anne Hathaway, actress (The Princess Diaries series, Brokeback Mountain, The Devil Wears Prada, Rachel Getting Married, The Dark Knight Rises)
1985: Arianny Celeste, model

Who's on What Tonight: Your Guide to Late-Night TV
CONAN: Parenthood's Dax Shepard, The Best Man Holiday's Regina Hall, Sean Patton
LETTERMAN: The Michael J. Fox Show's Michael J. Fox, musician Lorde
KIMMEL: The Crazy Ones' Robin Williams, music group The Killers
LENO: The Today Show's Matt Lauer, prop comedian Carrot Top, music group Cults
FALLON: Singer Mariah Carey, author Malcolm Gladwell, music group Capital Cities
FERGUSON: Sons of Anarchy's Ron Perlman, 12 Years a Slave's Lupita Nyong'o

New on Blu-Ray
Man of Steel: Zack Snyder relaunched Superman with a film both loved and hated by fans of the iconic superhero. If you longed for a movie based on the Superman in the comics, you enjoyed Man of Steel. If you wished Superman spent more times saving kitties stuck in trees, you claimed this wasn't your version of Superman.
Turbo: It seems that taking the plot points of every Pixar movie and mashing them together doesn't quite produce a good movie.
Your Day in Pop Culture (Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013) Reviewed by Popculturology on 11/12/2013 Rating: 5

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