In events reminiscent of the movie ‘Footloose’, a Valentine’s Day dance in Henryetta, Oklahoma has been scrapped due to a little known city ordinance!
Plot twist: the company behind Dallas Buyers Club suing Australians for copyright infringement is being sued for ‘Godzilla’ copyright infringement!
A Florida man who had a vendetta against his friend reportedly smashed the wrong car in a ‘Big Lebowski’ moment after he thought it belonged to his friend.
Australian Federal Court has ordered iiNet and other ISPs to identify thousands of Australians who used an internet connection to share Dallas Buyers Club.
Tinder users who ‘swiped right’ to meet ‘Ava’ soon realised she’s the main character in upcoming film Ex Machina and that they were chatting to a bot as part of a marketing campaign.
Despite cold/lukewarm reviews, Fifty Shades of Grey is breaking records, taking in $94.4 million in the US and $172 million internationally in its opening 4 days in theatres.
Phil Lord, the Lego Movie director responded to an Oscars snub for Best Animated Feature by tweeting “It’s OK. I made my own” [Oscar Statue].
Former MIT Professor Joseph Gibbons has been charged with robbery after it was alleged he filmed himself robbing banks.
North Korea has proposed to conduct a joint investigation with the USA, stating that it knows how to prove it was not responsible for the hack.
#Nappygate erupts on social media after Yumi Stynes is criticised for bringing 6-month-old daughter to Paddington premiere wearing nothing but a nappy.