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www.wmfd.com - One of the Backstreet Boys is now a marrried man, Jennifer Lawrence could soon have her own X-men spinoff, and Robert Downey Junior is finally on the social media bandwagon, as Shelby Lin has these stories and more in your Hollywood Minute. }}" />

   
 
 
Jennifer Lawrence Could Have Her Own X-Men Spinoff

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  Original Published: 4/14/2014

One of the Backstreet Boys is now a marrried man. Jennifer Lawrence could soon have her own X-Men spinoff. And Robert Downey Junior is finally on the social media bandwagon. Shelby Lin has these stories and more in your Hollywood Minute. Backstreet Boy Nick Carter is officially taken. He and his new wife tied the knot in California on Saturday. The couple got engaged just over a year ago. Jennifer Lawrence could soon have her own X-Men spinoff. Entertainment Weekly reports producers were so impressed with her performance as Mystique, the shape-shifting mutant, they are considering her for a role in her own film, but no concrete plans are in place. The latest X-Men movie, "Days of Future Past," is due out on May 23. It didn't take long for actor Robert Downey Jr. to take Twitter by storm. Just after he signed on, he quickly gained more than a million followers. That number continues to grow. His first tweet read "talk to me Twitter." It also featured a selfie. At the movies this weekend, the super hero flick "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," was the big winner. It brought in over $41-million. The animated movie "Rio 2" came in second. And the horror movie "Oculus" came in number three.

   
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