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Remember Zola's Crazy Twitter Tale? Well James Franco Is Turning It Into A Movie!

Yes, you read that correctly.

Buckle up, everyone, because Zola is BACK!

If you have no idea what we're talking about, we're guessing you must live under a rock because this young woman sent the internet spiraling out of control last year when she posted a harrowing — yet hilarious — Twitter story about prostitution, drugs, and murder!

Sure, parts were embellished for dramatic effect, but the absurd anecdote was so captivating that the author revealed that Hollywood execs seemed to want a piece of the pie.

Related: Find Out What's Next On Zola's Agenda!

And she clearly wasn't lying, because the twisted tale is being adapted into a movie and James Franco is going to be the director!

The film will be based on Rolling Stone's lengthy interview with the viral storyteller called Zola Tells All: The Real Story Behind the Greatest Stripper Saga Ever Tweeted.

Penning the script will be Andrew Neel and Mike Roberts, and we can't WAIT to see what they have in store for freaky flick!

Will U go see it, Perezcious readers? SOUND OFF in the comments!

[Image via Twitter, Brian To/WENN.]

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Serial Season 1 Returning For Daily New Episodes To Cover Adnan Syed's Retrial!

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Hae Min Lee's family might not be happy about this, but we sure bet fans will be!

Serial set the recent true crime craze into motion in Late 2014 when Sarah Koenig began examining the trial and conviction of Adnan Syed on her podcast, and it looks like she's not done with the story just yet.

That's because while Season Two of the hit series has been following the controversial story of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, This American Life will actually be returning to the original murder case now that Adnan has been granted a retrial!

Related: Making A Murderer Sheriff's Office Targeted By Bomb Scare

The reboot will consist of (at least) three episodes featuring new evidence that could lead to the now-36-year-old's freedom.

Adnan was originally found guilty of premeditated murder back in 2000, but now a new witness named Asia Chapman claims to have been with him just 30 minutes before Hae was last seen and is coming forward to testify on his behalf.

Sarah and producer Dana Chivvis have already released the first episode of the miniseries on their website, which basically recounts the first day of the hearing in Baltimore Circuit Court on Wednesday.

Two more episodes have been teased, and if the case continues to offer new evidence, so will Serial.

[Image via Serial.]

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Serial Subject Hae Min Lee's Family Speaks Out For The First Time — After The Misled Podcast Forced Them To 'Relive A Nightmare'!

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We're not sure what reaction we were expecting, but this is much more emotional than we anticipated.

It's been 17 years since Hae Min Lee was murdered, and over a year since Serial's first season examining the case wrapped.

But the victim's family only just spoke publicly for the first time this week.

If you've heard of the popular This American Life podcast Serial, then you're probably aware that Adnan Syed is currently serving a life sentence in prison for strangling his girlfriend Hae back in 1999.

Related: Making A Murderer Sheriff's Office Targeted By Bomb Scare

Well, similarly to the developments coming from Netflix's Making a Murderer, the doubts cast on the trial due to Sarah Koenig's investigation seem to be making a case for a retrial for Adnan… much to the dismay of Hae's family and friends.

In fact, at the hearing for the potential retrial in Baltimore Circuit Court on Wednesday, the family issued a statement to Deputy Maryland Attorney General Thiru Vignarajah, saying:

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Making A Murderer Sheriff's Office Targeted By Bomb Threat Over 'Justice For Steven'

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We understand being angry about this whole situation, but this is not okay.

The never-ending saga of Making a Murderer had a rather shocking development late Wednesday night as an unidentified man called in a bomb threat against the Manitowoc County Sheriff's Office.

If you're familiar with Netflix's ten-part docu-series on the trial and conviction of Steven Avery, then you'll recall that this is the same Wisconsin police force that came under fire for mishandling the 2005 murder investigation of Teresa Halbach.

Related: Steven Sends A Message To His Fans From Prison!

According to reports, a call was made at about 7:45 p.m. EST Wednesday alerting police to a potential explosive device targeting authorities with the intent of getting "justice for Steven."

The MCSO confirmed the bomb threat on Twitter, saying:

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Diddy Was Behind Tupac's Murder?! Former LAPD Investigator Claims Just That!

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Tupac Shakur was tragically shot in Las Vegas on September 13, 1996. Six months later, Biggie Smalls was taken down in an El Lay drive by.

No one was ever charged for their murders.

Decades later, former LAPD investigator Greg Kading is claiming to have solved the case after leading a special task force for over three years.

Related: Biggie's Son Graduates From High School!

Kading — who received the highest ranking for an investigator that the LAPD gives — claims that Sean Diddy Combs hired

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