Blockbuster Tweeted for the First Time in 6 Years
The video rental giant Blockbuster is back...on social media.
After a six-year absence, the one-time video rental giant appeared on Twitter with a simple message that said, "Just checking in."
Savvy Twitter users figured out that the whole thing was a publicity stunt and they were correct. Airbnb teamed up with the last remaining store in Oregon to make a 90s style living room.
The Twitterverse didn't let the stunt slide at all and began roasting the one-time popular rental giant.
Prince William and Prince Harry’s Drama Actually Stems From Fights Over Money
The new biography, Finding Freedom, highlights the drama between Prince William and Prince Harry and what is fueling their feud.
Entertainment Tonight reports that a source in the book details how Prince Charles shows favoritism toward William because he’s the next in line for the crown. William gets the bulk of the funds and even though Harry wanted to take on more responsibility he couldn’t get funding for his interests.
The tension over money has caused the brothers to be estranged and their relationship with their father is “hot and cold,” says the source.
It seems that Harry got tired of being second to William which is why he no longer works as a part of the royal family.
Facebook Sleuth Group Started to Crack Carole Baskin Husband's Case
If you’ve watched The Tiger King you know that Joe Exotic accused his rival, Carole Baskin of killing her husband, Don Lewis, and burying him in her cat sanctuary under a septic tank.
According to TMZ, a new Facebook sleuth group is working hard to crack the case. The group has uncovered that two septic tanks were installed on Carole’s property, one before Don disappeared and another around the same time of Don’s disappearance.
Don disappeared in 1997 and Jack Smith, who represents the Lewis family, has teamed up with the Facebook group to prove that Carole did kill Don.
A permit for the second septic tank was pulled on August 4, 1997, and it was installed by the 15th of that same month. The group believes that Don was buried under the septic tank and has turned over their findings to the police.
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Dramatic Reboot in the Works
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is getting a reboot -- but a very different one.
Will Smith is teaming up with Morgan Cooper, who created a viral YouTube trailer for a dramatic version of the sitcom. The two are shopping Bel-Air now to all the major streaming services.
Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Bel-Air has been in the works for more than a year after the 2019 clip went viral and caught Smith's attention.