1. Abercrombie & Fitch wants the state to stop using your clothing - and offered a "substantial payment" to ensure that this happens. The company's official statement: "We understand that the show is for entertainment purposes, but we believe that this association is contrary to the nature of the aspirations of our brand, and can be painful for many of our fans."
2. The following opposition and objections from fans, the singer's assets, kiss, have fallen in concert tribute to Michael Jackson's imminent decline because Gene Simmons has previously said in interviews that she believes pop star was a child molester.
3. When Universal unceremoniously left the project last month, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer are looking for new ways to spread their adaptation of The Dark Tower series by Stephen King - like Netflix - but I'm not looking for something to happen until next year.
Film critic fourth beloved (and Flavorpill favorite) Roger Ebert wrote the first pages of his memoirs to be published on its website. Life Itself hits the shelves on September 13.
5. Bono - who bought 210 million shares in Facebook back in 2009 - is $ 1 billion in investment with $ 65 billion this week enhancing the social networking site. Hopefully he will not spend all that money on the giant claws