Even after the success of 'Mad Max: Fury Road,' 'Happy Feet' remains George Miller's biggest hit.
The creative team behind ‘Back to the Future: The Musical’ inherited the heavy task of recreating the movie's time-traveling DeLorean for the stage.
From Snoop Dogg to Brie Larson, here's how 15 public figures came up with new names.
The classic 1964 film earned a stronger classification thanks to two uses of a racial slur.
You could own the costume that made Mr. Darcy’s lake scene so unforgettable.
Whether it's about Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce or Jay-Z’s part in the Illuminati, these music conspiracy theories are good for a laugh—and maybe a deep-dive on Reddit (or two).
Someone gets nominated twice in the same Oscar category nearly every year, surprisingly.
Were the '70s really the height of disco, punk, and the sexual revolution? Host Justin Dodd investigates in this episode of “Misconceptions."
In 1919, Canadian businessman Ambrose Small cashed a check for 1 million dollars. Hours later, he vanished.
Learn more about the supernatural incidents that inspired haunted house movies like ‘The Amityville Horror’ and ‘The Conjuring,’ and discover the truth behind the scares.
Were the Maitlands murdered at the beginning of ‘Beetlejuice’? One fan theory says yes.
To infinity ... and further.
From the rare Snake Eyes to the massive USS Flagg, explore the most valuable G.I. Joe toys from the 1980s that are making waves on eBay with collectors.
Glamour girl Lana Turner and gangster Mickey Cohen were both young and hungry. Each wanted to take over the Hollywood movie studios and the crime ridden streets of Los Angeles, but Lana and Mickey had two major obstacles standing in their way.
On October 25, 1993, late-night viewers caught a glimpse of the future of talk television when ‘The Jon Stewart Show’ premiered on MTV.
In the 1990s, Super Bowl halftime shows were lame. Fox decided what people needed was Jim Carrey setting himself on fire.
Not even John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, or Ringo Starr could imagine the fandom that awaited them when they headed to the U.S. for the first time.
Mel Brooks’s audacious comedy was the first movie to incorporate audible flatulence (though the offending noises were muted when the film aired on television).
Larry David has been using your favorite ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ catchphrase since long before ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ first aired.
Meryl Streep is one of the most acclaimed actresses in Hollywood history. Discover how this Oscar-winning star got her start—and how her first Academy Award ended up on a bathroom floor.
Tracy Chapman’s 1988 classic “Fast Car” might never have risen to the near top of the charts if it wasn't for a technical mishap.
Although a number of professional wrestlers have transcended the squared circle to become worldwide stars, few have captivated the public quite like André the Giant.