Rumors say that Superman is about to leave his job as a journalist because of the ridiculous and unethical hunt for celebrity
news gossip. According to USA Today, Superman leaves his job at the Daily Planet by yelling and shouting at his boss and co-workers. The Daily Planet was bought by a huge entertainment company and the journalists are being pushed into producing more commercial trash. Superman disapproves and quits.
This episode is supposed to be released tomorrow and the speculations about what Superman is going to do when he is Clark Kent have already started spinning around the globe. In the Middle East people think he might be planning to move here. He might be unemployed in the States, but there should be enough for him to do in this region. The writer, who is probably well informed, said Superman is “Not likely to put in any applications anywhere, and he is more likely to start the next Huffington Post or the next Drudge Report than he is to go find someone else to get assignments or draw a paycheck from.”
The writer didn’t mention the speculations of Superman joining 2Famous.TV, but everything indicates he is going independent. By doing so Superman will have a better chance to focus on what’s important for him and educate his fans around the world. Perhaps he could interview Mitt Romney about his latest statements on the Middle East. Living here and all, we kind of wonder what he meant when he said “Syria is Iran’s only ally in the Arab World, it’s their route to the sea.” Was he speaking code?
Superman, who has been criticized for lack of ethics because of his reporting on his own heroic actions, is probably going to be an awesome blogger due to his speed and street smartness. He can get more personal as a blogger and write about how he experience things. If he can hook a camera onto his Supervision he could probably make big bucks from Berlusconi selling some pictures of royals on the beach.
However, due to Superman’s increasing hatred towards bad and commercially guided journalism, we have more reasons to believe he will join 2Famous.TV than to start working for Rupert Murdoch or Berlusconi.
As far as 2Famous.TV has seen, the Daily Planet isn’t even sold in Lebanon so Superman will definitely reach more people in the Middle East by blogging.
We have already sent an invitation to Superman asking him to join the 2Famous.TV team. Only a few seconds after we sent him the invitation Superman awnsered: – If Perez Hilton doesn’t give me an offer I cant refuse, 2Famous.TV is the only place I want to blog!
So stay tuned. You never know who might start blogging on 2Famous.TV.