Facebook Weekly Highlights features photos and videos posted to the social network by celebrities and athletes. This week’s edition featured this photo of actor and director Harold Ramis, who died Monday.
Facebook said its top 10 topics for the week in terms of buzz rankings (Sunday through Wednesday) were:
- The capture of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman
- NASCAR‘s Daytona 500 and winner Dale Earnhardt Jr.
- Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoes controversial bill
- University of South Carolina Defensive End Jadeveon Clowney’s performance at the National Football League Combine
- Godzilla trailer
- CNN cancels “Piers Morgan Live”
- Alleged police brutality in Oklahoma incident
- WWE Main Event and WrestleMania 30 anticipation
- The premiere of season No. 6 of NBC’s “The Voice”
Other athletes and celebrities to make the cut this week were:
- Actor and screenwriter Dan Akroyd and actor and director Seth MacFarlane pay tribute to Ramis.
- Seattle Seahawks Linebacker and Super Bowl XLVIII Most Valuable Player Malcolm Smith RSVPing to a fifth-birthday party.
- Actor and director Joseph Gordon-Levitt announcing that he will present at this year’s Academy Awards.
- Musician and actor Jared Leto shared a photo of his mother when she found out that she was coming to the Oscars.
- Pittsburgh Steelers Strong Safety Troy Polamalu sharing his excitement about the trailer for upcoming feature film Godzilla.
- Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus posted a selfie with former President Bill Clinton.
- New York Knicks Small Forward Carmelo Anthony previews a National Basketball Association promo.
- Fox’s “American Idol” displays Facebook users’ photos.
- NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson posts after the Daytona 500.
- Singer Usher preps for the premiere of “The Voice.”
- Musician Robin Thicke thanks fans for their support.
- Talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres posts a Throwback Thursday photo from the 2007 Oscars.
- Musician Quincy Jones has some nice words for his daughter, Rashida Jones.
- Ultimate Fighting Championship Light Heavyweight Champion Jon “Bones” Jones marks the 50th anniversary of the victory by Cassius Clay (later to become Muhammad Ali) over Sonny Liston.
- Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.) at the White House.
- U.S. Department of State Acting Assistant Secretary Uzra Zeya participates in a question-and-answer session on Facebook.
- U.K. track-and-field athlete Mo Farah expresses thanks for being nominated for Laurues World Sportsman of the Year.
Readers: Did any of your favorite athletes or celebrities make the cut?