Quentin Tarantino’s 'Pulp Fiction' taught Americans what a Quarter Pounder with Cheese is called in Europe, but here are some more facts you might not know about the 1994 hit.
Fan enthusiasm can be a wonderful thing—but sometimes it can go a bit too far. Here are 10 of the biggest casting backlashes in modern film history.
Jim Carrey had a year unlike any other actor in 1994, during which he starred in three number one comedies: 'Ace Ventura: Pet Detective,' 'Dumb and Dumber,' and 'The Mask.'
From ‘Jaws’ to ‘Top Gun: Maverick,’ here are the biggest summer blockbusters since 1975.
Ariel's skittish sidekick is known by other names.
The most memorable scene in 'Hereditary' was almost even more disturbing. Here are more facts about Ari Aster's feature film debut.
The actor once hit the road with The Doors and was a little ticked off over 'Titanic.'
The 3981-piece LEGO ‘Batman Returns’ Batcave set even comes with Alfred Pennyworth and a tiny Christopher Walken.
Don't even think of introducing Claes Bang at an awards show until you read this.
There's a clever homage hidden in the opening credits of HBO's "Succession."
Here are some fascinating facts about the ‘Star Wars’ universe—any one of which makes a perfect response the next time someone says “May the 4th be with you.”
To see if your state prefers the original Star Wars movies, the prequel trilogy, or the sequel trilogy, check out this map from Fandom.com.
The biggest movie stars of today are mostly the biggest movie stars of yesterday.
The beloved star of 'Game of Thrones,' 'The Mandalorian,' and 'The Last of Us' can't handle hearing Prince's "Purple Rain" because it moves him "so deeply."
The cult classic that cemented Wes Craven as one of Hollywood’s great masters of horror was released nearly 46 years ago.
These iconic films help to capture the vibrant culture and rich history of San Francisco on screen.
The show must go on—unless boisterous audience members insist on being part of it.
The Wilhelm Scream sound effect has been heard in everything from 'Star Wars' to 'Avatar.' But why do so many filmmakers use it?
Pop culture–inspired ‘Monopoly’ editions abound. This one lets you buy Peach’s castle as seen in ‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie.’
In the '80s, the celebrated actor and comedian nearly starred in his own Saturday morning cartoon.
Mattel hasn't invented real hoverboards yet, but soon you can bid on the next best thing.
With 'Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves' hitting theaters, it's easy to forget the game's controversial past.