- Find out all about the hot mystery debate guy – US Weekly
- Chris Brown was named in an assault investigation – TMZ
- Michael B. Jordan looks super buff in this new Creed trailer – Just Jared Jr
- Twitter announces Fall’s most tweeted about shows - Entertainment Weekly
- Are Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander actually broken up? – Lainey Gossip
- Katy Perry debuted a new hair color – TooFab
- Don’t let your girlfriend shave your face – MTV
- Could Emily Blunt get an Oscar for Sicario? – Popsugar
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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg made an exciting announcement today (September 15) — the social media site will finally be getting a dislike button!
“I think people have asked about the dislike button for many years. Today is a special day because today is the day I can say we’re working on it and shipping it,” the 31-year-old said in a question and answer session.
Last year, when asked about a dislike button, he answered, “Some people have asked for a dislike button because they want to say, ‘That thing isn’t good.’ And that’s not something that we think is good for the world. So we’re not going to build that.” We guess he changed his mind!
Fast food chain Burger King placed full page ads in both the New York Times and Chicago Tribune to ask McDonald’s if they could team up to create the McWhopper. The burger would be served to raise awareness for Peace Day, which falls on September 21.
Well, the C.E.O. of McDonald’s, Steve Easterbrook, responded on the company’s Facebook, and we detect a bit of shade! Not only did he say the two chains could team up in a more meaningful way, he also made a comment about the full page ads being a bit much!
“We love the intention but think our two brands could do something bigger to make a difference. We commit to raise awareness worldwide, perhaps you’ll join us in a meaningful global effort? And every day, let’s acknowledge that between us there is simply a friendly business competition and certainly not the unequaled circumstances of the real pain and suffering of war. We’ll be in touch,” the post read, concluding with, “P.S. A simple phone call will do next time.”
Early Wednesday (August 26), television reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward were shot and killed during a live broadcast in Virginia.
Celebrities have been taking to their Twitter accounts to send condolences to the families and express their remorse.
Sophia Bush tweeted about the tragedy, “Shocked and horrified by the news coming out of Virginia… To murder people and then live tweet about it?? It’s sick.”
We continue to send our condolences to those affected by this senseless act.
Shocked and horrified by the news coming out of Virginia… To murder people and then live tweet about it?? It's sick.
— Sophia Bush (@SophiaBush) August 26, 2015
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- Ben Affleck‘s nanny is living the good life – TMZ
- There’s a new love interest coming to Arrow! – Just Jared Jr
- Kristen Stewart takes on the smiling debate – Entertainment Weekly
- Guess which dream team is pairing up again? – Lainey Gossip
- Take a look inside Giuliana Rancic‘s amazing Chicago home – TooFab
- Could Donald Trump actually win the presidential election? – MTV
- Here are 10 student-teacher relationships that definitely crossed a line – Popsugar
- These young Hollywood residents have some of the most luxurious homes in town – Radar
- Does Justin Bieber support Kris Jenner‘s younger man? – Gossip Cop
- This young couple has just split up – Just Jared Jr
- Who did Jennifer Aniston leave off her invite list? – Huffington Post
- A judge ordered Kelly Rutherford‘s kids back to Monaco – DListed
- Ariana Grande is giving some Miley Cyrus tongue action – Hollywood Tuna
- This weather system is looking VERY dirty – Towleroad
- Unfriended, starring Will Peltz, Heather Sossaman, Matthew Bohrer, and Courtney Halverson, is about Blaire, Mitch, Jess, Adam Ken and Val, who take part in an online group chat session. They are suddenly joined by a user known only as “Billie227.” Thinking it’s just a technical glitch, the friends carry on their conversation… until Blaire begins receiving messages from someone claiming to be Laura Barns, a classmate who killed herself exactly one year prior. As Blaire tries to expose Billie’s identity, her friends are forced to confront their darkest secrets and lies.
DVDs & Blu-rays Released Today
- This news anchor stormed off set because he’s sick of the Kardashians – US Weekly
- Leonardo DiCaprio just won a big lawsuit – TMZ
- Stephen Amell visited Monday night RAW last night – Just Jared Jr
- Get all your Pretty Little Liars spoilers! – Entertainment Weekly
- No cellphones allowed at Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux‘s wedding? – Lainey Gossip
- Madonna‘s son is all grown up! – TooFab
- Could Jennifer Lawrence be Captain Marvel? – MTV
- Amy Schumer recreated her Kim and Kanye prank – Popsugar