It's been 10 years since "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" was released and the little boy who played Charlie Bucket isn't so little anymore. Freddie Highmore was 13 when he played the timid young boy in the film opposite Johnny Depp but now he's a full grown man.
Ed Zarick has created something really cool in his work shop. He's created a system called the PlayBox which is a custom built video game console that features a built in HD monitor. He's been making these devices when ordered by customers and has even gone so far as the combine a PS4 and Xbox One by putting them in the same console.
Legendary Films has worked on some big time movies such as "Avatar" and "The Hobbit." Now they're trying to bring characters from Warcraft to life on the big screen and these pictures give a behind the scenes look at their progress so far.
El Chapo has been in the news a lot lately thanks to his infamous prison break. El Chapo has a reputation for trying to stay under his radar but his sons are a different story. El Chapo's sons love to brag about their lavish lifestyle on social media.
Beijing artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu have completely outdone themselves. Their latest sculpture depicts a fallen angel as an old woman with wings that are completely devoid of feathers. The artists said that they wanted to use the project to highlight the tension between the supernatural and the mundane and it looks like they've succeeded.
The Beijing-based Sweetie Salad restaurant thought it would be a good publicity stunt to dress up 100 men as Spartan warriors and have them deliver food. Unfortunately the police weren't too thrilled about it and they ended up arresting several of the workers for affecting public order.
Sadie Sellers is 79 years old and she's trying to cross everything she can off of her bucket list. She always wanted to get a tattoo so she escaped from her care home to go get one. Her son found her at Studio Seventy-Six tattoo parlour in Londonderry, Northern Ireland fulfilling her dream of getting some ink.
From 1920 to 1933 prohibition was in full effect in the United States. Only the people who had a lot of money and good connections could drink alcohol. This box full of whiskey from the prohibition era is probably worth a pretty penny nowadays.