Normally, rampant texting in a movie theater is grounds for ejection. But in St. Charles, Ill., it's encouraged, reports the Chicago Tribune -- thanks to a new development that could make its way soon to college campuses. During a screening of "Zoolander," audience members could heckle the movie via text, then watch as their comments appeared onscreen with the film: "I want a comb-over like Trump" and "Breakdance fighting is becoming more popular in UFC." "I've described it as a mash-up of 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' and Twitter," said Rien Heald, the Naperville inventor of MuVChat. Heald said the MuVChat...

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