New details in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370, Northwestern's victory over Iowa in the Big Ten Tournament and Coca-Cola's viral video about theater audiences have people talking on Friday.
It's a story being talked about around the world, and it's trending on Facebook here in Chicago. Sources said Friday that radar suggests the plane was deliberately flown off course. This news heightens suspicions of foul play among investigators.
On a much lighter note, "Iowa" trending on Twitter here in Chicago. Why? Northwestern beat Iowa in a major upset in the Big Ten Tourney Thursday night.
The 11th-seed Wildcats beat the Hawkeyes in Indianapolis by a score of 67-62. Northwestern is the first 11th-seed team to win a Big Ten Tournament game since 1999. The Wildcats will now take on 3rd-seed Michigan Friday night.
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Finally in Friday's viral video, who doesn't hate those loud and obnoxious people in movie theaters? Well, Coca -Cola wants to do something about it.
A team of incredibly talented editors took green screen footage of the audience at a theater in Denmark, placed them into a fake movie sex scene and aired the trailer back to them.
The message of the video is, "when you make noise during the movie, you become part of the movie.Iit's just not the same with you in it."