* You know the guy from Shark Tank who isn’t Marc Cuban or Kevin O’Leary? Well, sadly he’s getting divorced. Yes, Robert Herjavec and his wife Diane Plese are ending their marriage after 25 years. The Canadian businessman and investor — who’s set to appear on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars — issued a classy statement about the break-up, saying, “I wish nothing but love and peace for our family as we move forward from this.”; Robert and Diane have three kids together.

* “Take Me To Church”; tune vendor Hozier has unveiled his latest music video and this fresh clip boasts a healthy dash of star power. Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer is the main attraction in the “Something New”; promo, playing a leather jacketed daydreamer that fantasizes about making out with assorted strangers that catch her eye. For all the tonsil hockey action in the clip, the video is actually quite the bittersweet offering. Check it out for yourself below and tweet us with your thoughts.

*First look at Oliver Stone’s latest thriller “Snowden”;, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The movie is based on the whistleblower Edward Snowden and follows this American man’s journey from soldier to number one US enemy. The film is currently in production in Munich. Although “Snowden”; has just missed out on this year’s awards season, we’re pretty sure there will be enough hype around Oliver Stone’s film to keep the momentum going until next year’s Oscars. The film’s star Gordon-Levitt tweeted the first pic to his followers.

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js* Canadian Music Week hopes you’re hungry for a second helping of talent, because they have another round of performers to announce. The Toronto music shindig has revealed their latest wave of performers that’ll be playing CMW this May. The latest additions include the likes of Joey Bada$$, Death Cab For Cutie, Swervedriver, METZ and The Psychedelic Furs. This new wave joins a lineup that already boasts Noel Gallagher’s Flying Birds, Faith No More, Billy Talent, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Kiesza and a whole festival’s worth more.  [CMW] * The Bank of Canada is asking the public to stop Spocking the five dollar bill. Canadian Star Trek fans have been giving Sir Wilfrid Laurier a Vulcan makeover in tribute to recently deceased actor Leonard Nimoy and that’s led to an explosion of bills getting the Spock treatment. “It is not illegal to write or make other markings on bank notes…”; stated Bank of Canada spokesperson Josianne Menard. “However, there are important reasons why it should not be done. Writing on a bank note may interfere with the security features and reduces its lifespan. Markings on a note may also prevent it from being accepted in a transaction. Furthermore, the Bank of Canada feels that writing and markings on bank notes are inappropriate as they are a symbol of our country and a source of national pride.”; Have you received a Spocked five? Show us the evidence on Twitter! [Toronto Sun]


* It looks like the latest Sharknado flick is facing some turbulence. The third instalment in SyFy’s deliberately trashy sci-fi franchise just had dozens of workers walk off the job with the goal of hammering out a health and pension agreement. The labour dispute has put picketers in front of the film’s production company The Asylum. Unlike its predecessor, the upcoming threequel is a non-union operation. [Deadline Hollywood]