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Top Trenders: 50 Shades of Grey Trailer Brings the Heat

The 50 Shades of Grey trailer hit social media on Thursday, one of The King's car is for sale and more mail deliveries are missing their evening deadlines.
#5: The King's Car For Sale
You could live like The King, if you can cough up the cash for this legendary limo! A 1963 Rolls Royce Phantom Five that belonged to Elvis Presley is up for auction next month. It includes some luxury features we'd take for granted today, like a car phone! The custom limousine also included a built-in writing pad, microphone, mirror and a lint brush! It can be yours, for an estimated $200,000 to $300,000.


#4: First Day of Comic-Con
The stars were out for the first day of San Diego's Comic-Con on Thursday. Jack Black, Betty White, and William Shatner were just a few of the celebrities on tap. Nearly 200,000 fans are expected to attend the four day event, dedicated to comic books, movies, TV shows and merchandise. Just about the whole city of San Diego is transformed into a fantasy world of video games and crazy costumes. 


#3:  Fifty Shades of Grey Trailer
The trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey has officially arrived! The movie based on the best-selling novel hits theaters on Valentine's Day 2015. In the new trailer, we see a timid Anastasia Steele played by Dakota Johnson,  seduced by the confident and mysterious Christian Grey, played by Jamie Dornan. And if you listen in the background, a new slower version of Beyonce's "Crazy In Love" plays as the soundtrack.


#2: Mail Deliveries Missing Deadlines
Thanks to cost-cutting measures and a shrinking work force, more mail deliveries are missing their evening deadline,  according to a new report by the U.S. Postal Service office of inspector general. Mail is being delivered later than 5 p.m. about 70% of the time in parts of the country. The report points out that mail carriers are putting their lives in danger with the later deliveries.



#1:  Plea For Peace
The social media campaign is called "Hashtag 'Jews And Arabs Refuse To Be Enemies." With the current conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, people who share both peoples' heritage are trying to promote peace. Organizers hope if the message is taught to everyone this young, then the devastating cycle of violence that has gripped generations, can finally be broken.

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