No one loves a hilarious typo quite like B&T (namely because we make our fair share of ’em), but a headline from The Post-Journal over the weekend definitely caught our eye.
The newspaper, based in Jamestown in upstate New York, featured an article with the acclaimed actor Julia Roberts with the headline that read: “Julia Roberts Finds Life and Her Holes Get Better With Age”.
Yep, that should have read “Her Roles Get Better With Age”.
The article went on to discuss Roberts’ latest film Ben is Back and her experience playing a mother of a drug-addicted son who unexpectedly arrives at his family’s home on Christmas Eve.
Acknowledging its blunder, the Post-Journal did publish a correction the following day.
But social media was having none of the apologies, instead revelling in the newspaper’s sub editor’s fat fingers. Check out some of the fallout below:
Zoetropes, a praxinoscope, early projectors, and a phenakistoscope have all been used to channel what is considered a monumental moment for carmaker Volkswagen in a new short by Johannes Leonardo. Directed by Sam Brown, the 90-second film ‘The Wheel’ uses some of the oldest devices of motion in film—the Zoetrope (praxinoscope, early projectors, and phenakistoscope)—as […]