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Royal Mint Launches New £5 Coin With Quirky Photoshoot

Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace and other London landmarks all feature on shiny new £5 coins. To mark the launch the Royal Mint has produced a nice set of photographs that incorporate the coins into the Capital’s skyline. The new ‘Portrait of Britain’ coin collection celebrates world-renowned British landmarks on four colour printed silver £5 coins. Coins were used to cover up the real...

Godzilla Statue Unveiled In Tokyo

Tokyo’s midtown has a giant Godzilla statue. The massive statue was created to mark the Japan release of Gareth Edwards’ new blockbuster. Screencrush reports “this work of art stands as a perfect tribute to 60 years of city smashing, radioactive breathing, and giant monster battling. It’s a thing of true beauty.” Functions of the ‘Godzilla’ statue,  include fire rays and a light...

Apes Attend Planet Of the Apes Screening

A Pair of Two-Year-Old Chimpanzees have attended a screening of ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ at a South Carolina cinema in a stunt for the local safari park. According to ABC news the chimps watched the film with some 1,000 other cinema-goers at the IMAX screen in the cinema complex. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is the 3-D sequel to the 2011 blockbuster “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” in...

Giant dead parrot suspended above London to promote Monty Python show

In a nod to the most famous Monty Python sketch, a 50 foot fibreglass parrot has been suspended by crane in London. The sketch saw John Cleese complain to shop owner Michael Palin that the parrot he had just been sold was far more dead than advertised. It will feature in their farewell show ‘Monty Python Live (mostly)’ and screened live on the 20th of July by television channel Gold, who orchestrated...

World’s first ‘tweeting couch’ unveiled in World Cup piggyback stunt

South African ISP MWEB has created the world’s first tweeting couch – and is piggybacking on the World Cup to show what it can do. I’ll (rather lazily: it is Saturday morning) paste their description in to help explain it: The #MWEBTweetSeat, connected to the internet via WiFi-enabled sensors, allows someone watching TV to automatically send a pre-programmed tweet to comment on whatever...

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