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Amy Schumer, Judd Apatow and Bill Hader are coming to Dublin for Trainwreck and the live Q and A will be hosted by none other than Panti.

Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog have gone their separate ways romantically according to an official statement from both parties.

Rebecca Ferguson is getting to star in a massive franchise movie opposite Tom Cruise and only thought he was insane once.


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Websummit just grows and grows with the 2015 event set to welcome at least 30,000 people to Ireland in November.

Most people don’t like to have their porn collection readily available.So one user got a shockwhen, after updating to Windows 10, their stash was displayed as a slideshow on their desktop.

Microsoft hasn’t said when Windows 10 Mobile will be released, but today it announced which Lumia devices will get it first.


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With so much off-the-field drama detracting from the joy of football, FIFA 16 is taking it upon itself to remind people why they love football.

Rayman creator Michel Ancel has built one of the levels that will be included in Super Mario Maker.

Two children sit along in a boat at the end of the world. One is injured and the other must do everything she can to save her little brother. That’s basically the entire setup for Submerged.


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