Actress Meghan Markle, best known for her role as Rachel Zane in the US television series "Suits" will be in Dublin this week.
Ms Markle will be speaking at Trinity's University Philosophical Society, "the Phil", where she'll also be awarded with the Bram Stoker medal for Entertainment.
The number of mashups, edits and other creative videos that you can find on YouTube is constantly growing.
One of the many sub-genres are fan trailers with a twist. While the quality of some of these trailers isn't stellar, others are produced to almost the same standards as the big studios they're parodying.
Here are a couple that I came across that really blew me away.
Monty Python's "Holy Grail" as a serious historical drama:
What about a "happy" version of The Shining?
Robin Williams' hit comedy Mrs Doubtfire recut as a horror? Yeah someone's done that too:
There's literally hundreds of others out there. Some of them take the more "old style" approach to their treatment, like this Silence of the Lambs trailer:
Of course while I do enjoy these I still wonder how on earth people find the time to make them all!
If you go to the cinema these days you'll be reminded to turn off your mobile device before the film begins.
However Disney are tapping in to the "second screen" opportunities with the re-release of The Little Mermaid.
They promise a more "interactive" experience for viewers of the classic if they bring their iPad (or other mobile device) with them to the cinema.
Their short video explains the concept:
What do you think?
The single is available via iTunes in Ireland and the UK
Here's the video:
I'm not sure when the full soundtrack album will be released, but it's not uncommon to release the main song well in advance.
"Atlas" is the first song to be released by Coldplay in almost two years.