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The Fault In Our Stars' Producers Are Making A Movie About The Supreme Court's Same-Sex Marriage Ruling! Details Here!

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Hello, Oscars!

It's been reported that Fox is developing a film based on the Supreme Court's ruling that legalized same sex marriage across the country!

The producers of The Fault in Our Stars are helming the project, which will follow the story of Jim Obergefell — the lead plaintiff in the court case which resulted in the historic ruling!

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Obergefell, an Ohio real estate agent, married his longtime partner John Arthur in 2013.

After Arthur died, Ohio refused to list him as Obergefell's spouse on his death certificate — so Obergefell filed a lawsuit that went all the way up to the Supreme Court!

Producer Wyck Godfrey explained the many layers that the story promises, saying:

"It's a transcendent love story about someone who goes to such a length for love that he ends up changing the world."

Wow, it sounds like this is going to be a very powerful movie!

While the film probably won't be finished for at least two years, we bet actors are already lining up to audition for the Oscar baited role!

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When A Woman Skipped Out On The Bill After A 30-Mile Cab Ride, An Ohio Judge Made Her Do WHAT?!

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One Ohio judge is laying down the law — and giving those convicted a little more than they bargained for when they step into his courtroom!

On Thursday, a case came before Lake County Judge Michael A. Cicconetti involving a woman named Victoria Bascom.

Bascom, prosecutors alleged, called a cab to take her 30 miles and when they got to her destination, she jumped out and ran without paying.

That crime should've gotten her a punishment of 60 days in jail, but Cicconetti

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Bowel Movement Bandit Photographed! Will They Catch Ohio's Serial Car Pooper??

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Police in Akron, Ohio just got a big steaming break in a gross, stanky case.

They now have a photograph of the Bowel Movement Bandit!!

Yes, the B.M. bandit is a real person. There is a serial pooper in Akron. This sicko strikes between 5:30am and 6:30am, dropping early morning steamers on neighborhood cars.

Over the past three years, at least 19 cars have been taken to Brown Town, all in

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Bill Cosby's Comedy Career Is Alive And Well… Just Ask The Audience At His Latest Show Who Gave Him A Standing Ovation!

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Bill Cosby hasn't faced much in the way of legal consequences in the face of myriad sexual assault allegations, but professional consequences? That's another story.

The comedian has been heckled, canceled, and protested as more and more women have made claims against him.

[ Related: Bill Cosby Is Called An 'Arrogant Piece Of Sh*t' At His Ontario Show ]

But make no mistake — there are plenty of Cosby fans still out there.

At Sunday night's show in Turlock, California, no one heckled the show. No one called him names. In fact, the audience gave him a standing ovation!

There was but a single solitary protester.

According to The Modesto Bee, a woman named Suzette Sims stood alone outside the venue holding a sign that read:

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Man Demands Refund After Buying $650 In Tickets To The Interview — Only To Have It Release Online!

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With all the back and forth at Sony after the whole hack went down, no one was sure if The Interview would ever see the light of day.

Thankfully, Sony didn't cave to the hackers and eventually released the controversial comedy.

[ Related: How MUCH Did The Interview Make From Online Downloads?! ]

Sure, most major theaters pulled out, but several independent chains still showed the film. The problem was Sony also released the film digitally, as a streaming download online.

That upset one man in Ohio, who tried to ride all the publicity right into some cold, hard cash.

He bought $650 of tickets to The Interview (at $13 a pop) and planned to

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