British Olympic diver Tom Daley has come out as gay, or at least bisexual. Having dated girls in the past, and still fancying them now, he’s confessed to currently being in a relationship with a man.
Drama shows and movies that are aired over the internet
A new animated Disney film is out just in time for the holidays. This is the official trailer for Frozen, which is loosely based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, The Snow Queen.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is out in cinemas now, and the critics are mostly loving it.
This video shows Chris Stuckmann’s review of the flick, which is based on the book of the same name. It’s also the sequel to the first The Hunger Games movie which was released in 2012.
Judge Judy often spends a long time listening to the facts of each case presented to her, with both parties able to tell their side of the story.
On this occasion, however, she didn’t really have to do much digging. Because the accused accidentally admitted to have committed the crime.
This video demonstrates how a seemingly innocuous set of circumstances can lead to really bad things.
Some people were disappointed with the real ending of Breaking Bad. This should come as no surprise because you can’t please everyone all the time. Still, giving those people more closure is a good thing.
Which is where this alternate ending to Breaking Bad comes in…
This video takes us behind the scenes of Killing Kennedy, a new TV movie telling the story of the last few years of John F. Kennedy’s life.
One of the most hated characters in the history of movies is finally dead, with this video providing proof that Jar-Jar Binks is no more.
He’s done, he’s gone, he’s been smashed to pieces on rocks at the bottom of a waterfall. There is no coming back from that, and aren’t we all grateful for that?!
If you’re a skydiver preparing to jump out of a plane then the last thing you either expect or want to happen is your plane crashing into another in mid-air.
And yet this is exactly what happened in the skies above Wisconsin in the United States yesterday. Amazingly, we have footage of the whole incident.
The U.S. Government shutdown may have ended thanks to an agreement between the two main parties, but one person didn’t seem particularly keen on this new-found layer of compromise.
As this Fox News video shows, the House stenographer, Dianne Reidy, committed professional suicide by ranting about God, Jesus, freemasons, and some sort of conspiracy.