• Top of the Morning: Robert Downey, Jr. Delivers "Iron Man" Arm to Young Boy

    The young boy is a beneficiary of Microsoft's Collective Project
  • 1. Robert Downey, Jr. gives boy “Iron Man” prosthetic arm
    Lucky seven-year-old Alex Pring just received a brand new prosthetic arm, delivered by none other than Tony Stark, a.k.a., Robert Downey, Jr. through Microsoft's Collective Project. It works awesomely; the actor jokes that Alex got the better version. Born without his right arm, Alex received his first 3D-printed arm when he was six, and now has a superhero-themed one. (today.com)

     

    2. Boys banned in public women’s bathroom
    A sign outside an Oklahoma mall bathroom reads: “Boys over 6 years of age, use men’s restroom. Thank you.” The sign is stirring controversy in the parenting circles, leading moms and dads to criticize such a policy. “What if my six-year-old child has trouble wiping?” “What if they can’t reach the hand soap or the sink?” This new controversy escalates the need for family restrooms. (huffingtonpost.com)


    3. New trailer out for Hotel Transylvania 2
    Sony Pictures Animation teased some spooky laughs similar to what made the first film a hit in the newly-released trailer for Hotel Transylvania 2. Adam Sandler is back as Dracula, and joining him are Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Kevin James, Keegan-Michael Key, and Mel Brooks as the more senior and grumpier vampire. The movie is set to premiere in theaters in September. (huffingtonpost.com)


    4. Disney announces "Frozen" sequel
    It’s official: Frozen 2 is happening. Disney is already working on the sequel to the blockbuster movie Frozen, adding that they “had so much fun making the short film “Frozen Fever” that it was exciting to make a sequel.” Disney didn’t announce a release date or a plot line, but they did release a new song from the short film, which premiered ahead of the new live-action Cinderella film. (people.com)


    5. Dad transforms baby to a stuntman with photos
    Shutterbug dad Brandon Hill photographed son Maddex, 18 months, doing amazing stunts such as walking with the help of Photoshop. “It’s fascinating how quickly they go from a small feeding machine… to a wide-eyed child that wants to discover everything at once. Once they know how to do something, they can’t unlearn it, which is exciting and terrifying. His personality is definitely on the daring side and he doesn’t seem to believe in risk. So the series is a heightened reflection of his and my experience.” (yahoo.com)

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