Bill Cosby might have just learned a huge lesson about social media. On Monday, the legendary comedian urged his millions of followers to turn pictures of him into a meme – and the idea did not go as planned.
Followers took pictures from The Cosby Show and made memes about his alleged raping and drugging of women.
— Myka Fox (@MykaFox) November 10, 2014
— S.I. Rosenbaum (@sirosenbaum) November 10, 2014
One meme even questioned the whole idea:
— Khatim Abbas (@OpenAnswer) November 11, 2014
Though Oliver is infamous for his leftist comments, studio executives seem to be excited about the fact that the director has agreed to take on the movie.
“I’ve long been an admirer of Oliver Stone and this continues our determination to work with great directors. I’m also delighted to renew our collaboration with Open Road and look forward to participating in this important film,” James D. Stern, CEO of Endgame Entertainment.
Though Edward might never be able to set foot on U.S soil again, his presence is sure to be felt on-screen.
Today is also a good day for Margot Robbie. The Wolf of Wall Street actress has been cast as Harley Quinn in the upcoming Suicide Squad movie.
According to Just Jared, Margot’s character is the type to do anything for the one she loves. The site reports:
“Love makes us do crazy things. And for the bubbly and psychotic Harley Quinn, that includes dressing in costume, becoming a super-villain, carrying gag-themed weaponry, and murdering countless civilians—all just to put a smile on her puddin’s face,” DC Comics describes the character.
The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon has become a stop for mega-superstars to drop by and let loose. On Monday’s episode, Usher teamed up with Dumber and Dumber To star Jeff Daniels, while Nick Jonas teamed up with Jimmy Fallon for a hilarious game of pyramid.
At one point, Jeff even twerked, and Jimmy poked fun at the Jonas brother after he was unable to name a gangster movie.
Watch the video above.
Radio personality Troi Torain has decided to take a stand against police brutality. According to Indie Gogo, Troi, who was once a cop supporter, has launched F*ck The Police – a live YouTube show where he will be presenting cases of police brutality.
Troi tells Indie Gogo:
“I can no longer deny the common thread of abuse at the hands of people who are paid to protect and serve us.”