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Music City Wedding! Cmt's Katie Cook Marries Adam Shoenfeld in Downtown Nashville

Katie Cook is a married woman!

The Cmt host wed musician and producer Adam Shoenfeld on Dec. 17, People confirms exclusively. The couple exchanged vows in front of 300 guests on the top floor of the Fgl House in downtown Nashville with a Winter Wonderland theme for their celebration.

The couple’s children from previous relationships all had special roles in the wedding. All three stood on stage through the ceremony, and Cook’s 11-year-old daughter Daisy Rocket and Shoenfeld’s 11-year-old son Hawke acted as ring bearers. At the reception, the guitarist’s 14-year-old daughter Sophia sang and played “At Last
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Glen Campbell Will Be Honored With Cmt Special Featuring Blake Shelton and Reba McEntire

Glen Campbell Will Be Honored With Cmt Special Featuring Blake Shelton and Reba McEntire
We'll never forget the "Rhinestone Cowboy."

Glen Campbell will be remembered in an upcoming Cmt tribute special. The Grammy-winning country music legend died on Tuesday, following a long battle with Alzheimer's, Billboard reports. Cmt Remembers Glen Campbell will feature the network's final interview with the late "Southern Nights" crooner, as well as tributes from country stars such as Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and Reba McEntire.
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Cmt to Pay Tribute to Glen Campbell With Special

Cmt will pay tribute to country music legend Glen Campbell on Thursday with the special Cmt Remembers Glen Campbell. The 30-minute program, which will premiere at 8:30 a.m. Et/Pt, will feature stars such as Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and Reba McEntire paying homage to the "Wichita Lineman" singer, as well as rare archival footage, photos, performances and his final Cmt interview. 

The show will be hosted by Cmt's Cody Alan and Katie Cook, and it will feature some of the best moments from The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, a series that ran on CBS from 1969-1972, with appearances from Johnny Cash,...
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Glen Campbell Tribute Set At Cmt

A day after country-pop icon Glen Campbell’s death, Cmt has set a tribute special to air this week. Featuring such stars as Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and Reba McEntire, Cmt Remembers Glen Campbell premieres at 8:30 Am Thursday and will repeat a couple of times. Hosted by Cmt's Cody Alan and Katie Cook, the half-hour special includes rare archival photos, interviews and performances including “Rhinestone Cowboy” and “Gentle on My Mind” (watch a clip of the latter above)…
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Boom! announces Jim Henson’s Labyrinth 2017 Special

Boom! Studios and The Jim Henson Company have announced the upcoming release of Jim Henson’s Labyrinth 2017 Special, which will go on sale in November and features work from a host of acclaimed creators including Jeff Stokely (The Spire), Roger Langridge (Thor: The Mighty Avenger), Delilah S. Dawson (Ladycastle), Adam Smith (Jim Henson’s Labyrinth), Katie Cook (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Ryan Sook (Batman Beyond) and Derek Kirk Kim (Tune).

Jim Henson’s Labyrinth is home to some of the most memorable characters in pop culture,” said Sierra Hahn, Senior Editor. “Through our partnership with The Jim Henson Company, Archaia has been able to expand this world in meaningful and innovative ways. This Special is the first of a few projects that will excite longtime fans of the film and reveal to newcomers the magic and wonder of this singular world.”

This second annual special is an all-new
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Ashton Kutcher, Jada Pinkett Smith, Reba McEntire and More to Present at 2017 Cmt Awards!

Ashton Kutcher, Jada Pinkett Smith, Reba McEntire and More to Present at 2017 Cmt Awards!
It’s not just country’s biggest stars who will attend the Cmt Awards on Wednesday. The annual event, which is being broadcasted live this year from Nashville’s Music City Center, will play host to a slew of A-list presenters.

Related: Luke Bryan and Jason Derulo to Reteam for Cmt Music Awards Performance

Cmt announced on Tuesday that the full list of presenters includes Ashton Kutcher, Clare Bowen, Danny Masterson, Dustin Lynch, Hoda Kotb, Jada Pinkett Smith, Jason Aldean, Jason Derulo, Johnny Galecki, Josh Henderson, Katherine Heigl, Kathie Lee Gifford, Rachel Bilson, and Reba McEntire along with country music personalities Bobby Bones and Cmt’s Cody Alan and Katie Cook.

And if the celebrity line-up isn’t enough to get fans to tune in, then the stellar set list of performers should do the trick.

Country superstars set to take the stage will include, Blake Shelton, Brett Eldredge, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert and [link
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Marc Alan Fishman The Power of the Personal Brand

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When Prince Adam of Eternia would raise his mighty sword above his head, he could exclaim “I… Have… the… Power!” and with it transform into He-Man. This would turn his pink and maroon body suit into merely a manly loincloth and pec-harness combo. He would be granted a physique that would make Vince McMahon want to give him the main event at Wrestlemania. Most important, he was now the mightiest mortal on his alien world – able to dispense of evil with but a flick of a forearm, and nary a tussle of his pageboy haircut.

When Marc Alan Fishman, Kyle Gnepper, and Matt Wright want to transform from slovenly suburbanite husband-dads into cantankerous comic book creators, they hold up their mighty laminated sign that reads “Can I tell you about my comic book?” and look mildly pathetic. But much like Prince Adam, that singular phrase has bestowed upon the lads
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Star Wars Obi-1 2 3 is a Charming Numbers Book for Kids

What better way to teach kids how to count than with the characters, creatures, aliens, and more from the Star Wars universe. I've got a preview for a charming little number book for kids called Star Wars Obi-1 2 3. The book was written by Calliope Glass and Caitlin Kennedy with art by Katie Cook.

The book counts from numbers 1 through 20 and each number comes with a cute poem and illustration. You can see a few examples of that below. StarWars.com interviewed Cook about the book and said:

"It comes from me Loving Star Wars. Really. It’s a franchise I adore, so I try and put as much of stuff everywhere. Fun stuff. Weird stuff. Charming stuff. Cute stuff."

As far as seeing any future kids' books based on the characters from Rogue One, she says:

"You know, I don’t think we’ll see many kids books based off Rogue One characters.
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Emily S. Whitten Looks Forward to Nycc 2016!

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The New York Comic Con is upon us once again, and I can’t wait. This year, as usual, I have a massive list of things I want to see, people I want to talk to, and, of course, merchandise I want to take a gander at (not to buy it, of course. Oh no no no! Certainly not, considering I have way too many collectibles already. I’m just going to look. Really. Just…you know, a little bit. No buying here, nosiree…um). There are also a few cool parties floating around…and you know how I love a good party.

Everyone who goes to Nycc has their own unique wish list of what they want to experience while there. But in case you aren’t sure what you want to see first, here are some of the things I’m most looking forward to. Maybe they’ll appeal to you,
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Recommended New Books on Filmmaking: Stanley Kubrick, Éric Rohmer, ‘Star Trek,’ Wes Anderson, and More

A nearly 600-page biography of a French filmmaker would not make every summer reading list, but any discerning cinephile will consider Éric Rohmer: A Biography. It’s one of several stunning recent releases, along with a weighty oral history of Star Trek, an intimate remembrance of Stanley Kubrick, and a fascinating breakdown of the great Suspiria. Now that’s an eclectic roster of beach reads.

The Fifty-Year Mission: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Star Trek: Volume One: The First 25 Years by Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman (Thomas Dunne Books)

Even minor Star Trek fans will be spellbound by The Fifty-Year Mission, a stunning oral history from Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman. The first in a two-volume set — Volume Two, covering the last 25 years, will be released in late-August — is impressively comprehensive, and full of unforgettable stories. These include the original series rivalry between William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy,
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Sdcc: Lucasfilm reveals details on Star Wars: Aftermath – Empire’s End and new titles

During yesterday’s Star Wars Publishing panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, Lucasfilm offered fans some details on their upcoming slate of Star Wars novels, including the concluding part of Chuck Wendig’s Aftermath trilogy, a Poe Dameron book, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story tie-ins and new young reader titles.

Wendig’s Star Wars: Aftermath and Star Wars: Aftermath – Life Debt follow-up Star Wars: Aftermath – Empire’s End is set for publication in January 2017, with Wendig revealing that he’s just submitted his first draft to the Lucasfilm Story Group, although he wasn’t giving much else away, stating that: “The Empire ends. I can tell you that much. The rest is some dramatic stuff. Jakku figures in considerably.”

The Story Group’s Matt Miller announced Poe Dameron: Flight Log from Michael Kogge, “a collection of in-universe material that reveals new facts about Oscar Isaac’s
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Is Marc Alan Fishman Throwing in the Towel?

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It’s typically around this time of the year where I admit to you that I feel like giving up on comics. On reading them. On writing them. On drawing them. On attending the innumerous conventions. On being so far on the outskirts of the industry I want so badly to be right in the center of, it feels like the mountain between success and where I stand is nigh insurmountable. Truly from this vantage point, I can’t see even beyond the first plateau before reaching menacing storm clouds.

Why so glum, chum? Well, for starters… My own book, The Samurnauts: Curse of the Dreadnuts is just killing me. Between a full-time job, a plethora of freelance work, and two full-time children? My energy reserves around 11:30 begin to wane heavy. If I can ink a single figure in a night, I call it a victory. For those who play the home game,
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Preview of Adventure Time Comics #1

This Wednesday sees the launch of Boom! Studios’ Adventure Time Comics, and we’ve got a preview of the first issue for you right here; check it out…

Oh My Glob! We’ve unleashed some of the industry’s best cartoonists loose in the Land of Ooo to share their most algebraic stories in their own voices!

The first issue is so math thanks to Katie Cook (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic), Tony Millionaire (Sock Monkey), and Art Baltazar (Patrick the Wolf Boy). You’re lumping welcome!

Future issues of this ongoing series will feature radical stories from Jeffrey Brown (Darth Vader and Son), Terry Moore (Strangers in Paradise), Kelly Thompson (Jem and the Holograms), Box Brown (Andre The Giant), and more!

Adventure Time Comics #1 is out on July 27th, priced $3.99.
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Comic-Con 2016: Boom! Studios’ Comic Book Exclusives Include Lucas Stand, Labyrinth, Power Rangers

From endless summer campfires to the Goblin King, from time traveling demons to teens with mighty morphin' abilities, Boom! Studios is bringing a wide variety of stories to Comic-Con this year.

Boom! Studios' recently announced comic book convention exclusives include Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy #1, Jim Henson’s Labyrinth 30th Anniversary Special, Lucas Stand #1, and two Mighty Morphin Power Rangers covers:

Press Release: June 30, 2016 - Los Angeles, CA - Award-winning comic book publisher Boom! Studios and its imprints, KaBOOM!, Boom! Box, and Archaia, announced its exclusives for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, to be held at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California July 20-24.

The following exclusives will be available for purchase at its booth, #2229:

Adventure Time Comics #1 Sdcc Exclusive ($10)

Cover by Pat McHale & Sam McHale

Writers: Tony Millionaire, Katie Cook, and Art Baltazar

Artists: Tony Millionaire, Katie Cook, and Art Baltazar

The first issue of a new KaBOOM!
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Blake Shelton Says Gwen Stefani "Saved My Life"

Blake Shelton Says Gwen Stefani
Blake Shelton was caught completely off guard by his romance with Gwen Stefani. The couple has been officially dating since November, but the country crooner is still surprised (in the best way, of course) about how they got together. "It's not something anybody could've seen coming besides God I guess because it doesn't look like it would make sense," Shelton told Cmt's Katie Cook. "All I can tell you is that it does. It just makes the most perfect sense for us and where we're at in our lives." Although their relationship has made them both incredibly happy, nevertheless leading to hit duet "Go Ahead and Break My Heart." But it turns out their love has meant more to them...
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Wicked Awesome Collection of Aliens Movie Fan Art

Alien Day has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean we still can’t enjoy the fruits of other people's labor that made that day so special. There was a shit-ton of Aliens-inspired fan art posted online recently. A lot of the art I’ve come across is from an upcoming art book called Alien Visions by Udon, and here are the artists that provided the art you see below.

The artists whose work you see here include Shane Hillman, Derek Kaufman, Carlos D’ Gonzalo Ordonez Arias, Jaffrey Chamba, Edwin Haung, Long Vo, Tom Whalan, O_8, Livio Ramondelli, Bruce Yan, Ken Christiansen, Jim Mahfood, Whilce Portico, Ray Fawkes, Dan Hipp, John Giang, Seas Dove, Katie Cook, and Pikomaro.
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First Look: Deadpool #1

Here’s your first look at Deadpool #1, the new ongoing series from fan-favorites Gerry Duggan and Mike Hawthorne.

He’s annoying, he’s dangerous and he smells terrible. But the public loves him! You heard right – Wade Wilson is the world’s most popular superhero! Take that Spidey! The Merc with a Mouth is now the Man With The Fans, and Wade is loving every second of it. Not to mention he’s an Avenger now. Yes we’re serious. But what happened in the eight months since Secret Wars to make him so popular? We’re not telling here! It’s Wade’s world and we’re just living in it. Bo be there for the start of his most successful adventure yet when Deadpool #1 crashes comic shops this November!

Deadpool #1 (SEP150699)

Written by Gerry Duggan

Art by Mike Hawthorne

Cover by Tony Moore

Variant Covers by Katie Cook
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Kid Rock to Host Weeklong Johnny Cash Tribute on Cmt

Kid Rock to Host Weeklong Johnny Cash Tribute on Cmt
In commemoration of the 12th anniversary of Johnny Cash's death on September 12th, Cmt will feature a weeklong tribute to the Man in Black. Longtime Cash fan Kid Rock will host the tribute on the network, which will temporarily rename itself "Cash Music Television."

The week of Cash-specific programming launches on September 8th with the Oscar-winning biopic Walk the Line, which found Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon both winning Oscars for their portrayals of Cash and wife June Carter. On Thursday, September 10th, Cash's music videos will
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‘Secret Wars: Secret Love’ #1 is an adorable romance anthology

Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Written by Michel Fiffe, Felipe Smith, Jeremy Whitley, Marguerite Bennett, Katie Cook

Art by Michel Fiffe, Felipe Smith, Gurihuru, Kris Anka, Katie Cook

Colors by Michel Fiffe, Val Staples, Gurihuru, Kris Anka, Katie Cook

Published by Marvel Comics

Recently, romance anthologies have made a little bit of comeback with former DC editor Janelle Asselin’s Fresh Romance title and even little one-shots like the Harley Quinn Valentines Special and 2013’s revival of the classic DC series Young Romance. Now, Marvel has gotten into the romance game with Secret Wars: Secret Love bringing a variety of Marvel veterans and newcomers to tell some fun love stories. There is an homage to Ann Nocenti and John Romita Jr’s run on Daredevil complete with a battle against Typhoid Mary, a special team-up between Robbie Reyes and Kamala Khan in the Ghost Racers universe, an extremely non-traditional date night
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‘My Little Pony: Fiendship is Magic’ #5: killer queen

My Little Pony: Fiendship is Magic #5

Written by Katie Cook

Art by Andy Price

Colors by Heather Breckel

Published by Idw

Idw concludes their Fiendship is Magic series with a bang. As Twilight Sparkle and her friends finish their check up on Equestria’s greatest criminals, she comes across the notorious Queen Chrysalis. Chrysalis is one of the stand out foes in the Idw My Little Pony line up. She served as the primary antagonist to kick off the series’ first arc and has been missing in action ever since, now two years later, creative team Katie Cook and Andy Price return to one of the franchise’s best beloved villains.

It’s hard to find someone who holds such a strong independent voice in what is a creative property clasped firmly in the hands of the Hasbro corporation as much as Katie Cook. She has a true return
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