One does not simply assume that Sean Bean dies the most of all actors who’ve acted in films. That’d be absurd. And yet, we all think it. In fact, if we ever found ourselves on Jeopardy or at the local bar’s trivia night, we’d make this claim without a second thought.Sorry, old Bean, you’re not even in the top ten of actors who’ve died the most on screen. You’ve got a ways to go.

New Line Cinema

Sean Bean- 25 Deaths

Let’s start with the man of the hour, though.

Notable deaths: Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, GoldenEye, Patriot Games, The Hitcher

New Line Cinema

Christopher Lee – 70 Deaths

The winner of most deaths goes to Sir Lee. Keep in mind though, he’s got over 200+ acting credits to his name.Notable deaths: Star Wars Episode III, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Airport ’77, The Curse of Frankenstein, & Horror of Dracula

20th Century Fox

Vincent Price – 48 Deaths

Notable deaths: Edward Scissorhands, Tower of London, The Ten Commandments & Theatre of Blood

Universal Pictures

Dennis Hopper – 48 Deaths

Notable deaths: Waterworld, Speed, 24, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Easy Rider and Blue Velvet

Columbia Pictures

John Hurt – 43 Deaths

Notable deaths: Alien, V for Vendetta, Hellboy, Spaceballs, & Snowpiercer

Universal Pictures

Boris Karloff – 42 Deaths

Notable deaths: Frankenstein, The Man of Fu Manchu, The Black Cat, The Raven, & The Mummy

20th Century Fox

Lance Henriksen – 41 Deaths

Notable deaths: Terminator, Alien 3, Scream 3, Pumpkinhead & Hard Target

20th Century Fox

Danny Trejo – 41 Deaths

Notable deaths: Desperado, From Dusk ’til Dawn, Breaking Bad, Heat, Once Upon a Time in Mexico

Warner Bros

Eric Roberts – 38 Deaths

Notable deaths: The Dark Knight, The Expendables, The Cable Guy, Miss Lonelyhearts, & National Security

Universal Pictures

Bela Lugosi – 36 Deaths

Notable deaths: Dracula, White Zombie, The Raven & Plan 9 from Outer Space


Mark Hamill – 30 Deaths

Notable deaths: Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Kingsman: The Secret Service, Village of the Damned, Batman: Arkham City, & Gen 13

20th Century Fox

Michael Biehn – 29 Deaths

Notable deaths:Terminator, Alien 3, Tombstone, The Abyss, The Rock, & Stiletto

Fox Searchlight

Mickey Rourke –
28 Deaths

Notable deaths:Angelheart, Sin City, Iron Man 2, Body Heat, Once Upon a Time in Mexico and Immortals, among others.

Warner Bros,

Jack Palance – 28 Deaths

Notable deaths: Young Guns, Batman, Tango & Cash, City Slickers, & Cyborg 2

Universal Pictures

Sven-Ole Thorsen
– 27 Deaths

Notable deaths: Predator, Conan The Barbarian, Conan The Destroyer, Lethal Weapon, Red Sonja, & Hard Target

Warner Bros.

Max von Sydow – 26 Deaths

Notable deaths: The Seventh Seal, The Exorcist, Flash Gordon, Dune, Ghostbusters II & Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens

Paramount Pictures

Christopher Plummer – 26 Deaths

Notable deaths: Hamlet, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Dracula 2000, National Treasure, & Up

British Lion Films

Donald Sutherland – 26 Deaths

Notable deaths:Don’t Look Now, The Italian Job, The Mechanic, Horrible Bosses, & The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

Warner Bros.

Rutger Hauer – 25 Deaths

Notable deaths: Blade Runner, The Hitcher, Hobo With a Shotgun, Sin City, & Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

Looks like you’re gonna have to die a couple more times, Sean.

Via Imdb

12 Celebrities You Didn't Know Had a Twin

12 Celebrities You Didn't Know Had a Twin -

1. Rami and Sami Malek

2. Scarlett and Hunter Johansson

3. Vin Diesel and Paul Vincent

4. Gisele and Patricia Bündchen

5. Michael and Ashton Kutcher

6. Willow and Autumn Shields

7. Giovanni and Marissa Ribisi

8. Tasha and Sidra Smith

9. Jose and Ozzie Canseco

10. Linda Hamilton and Leslie Hamilton Gearren

11. Parker and Christopher Posey

12. Shawn and Aaron Ashmore

25 Celebrities Who Got Fired And The Reasons They Lost The Gig

25 Celebrities Who Got Fired And The Reasons They Lost The Gig -



1 Lisa Kudrow

Lisa Kudrow was originally cast as Roz in Frasier but was fired before the pilot was shot because she had a personality too close to "Daphne". She would land a spot on F.R.I.E.N.D.S. next year.

2. Canadian actor Michael Bublé was fired from the set of The X-Files for stealing a hotdog from craft services.

3. Jean-Claude Van Damme was originally cast as the Predator but was fired for several reasons, including that he really wanted the Predator to kickbox.

4. Melora Hardin (Jan from the office) was originally cast to play Jennifer Parker in Back to the Future. She was fired after they recast Marty because she was taller than Michael J. Fox.

5. Dan Aykroyd had JT Walsh fired from Loose Cannons (1990) after finding out he acted in the John Belushi biopic Wired (1989). The delay in production cost $125,000.

6 David Herman

Actor David Herman (Michael Bolton from the movie "Office Space") got himself fired from MADtv by screaming all his lines during the read-through. Apparently, he wanted to leave the show to do other projects, but Fox would not let him out of his contract.

7. Fitness model Christian Boeving starred in the documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster* about the use of steroids in America. He said he had a testosterone prescription from his doctor. For this, he was fired by his sponsor MuscleTech, which has a policy against disclosing steroid use publicly.

8. Piers Morgan was fired as the editor of a popular British newspaper in 2004 after publishing fake photos of the torture of Iraqi prisoners by British soldiers.

9. Rick Moranis was fired from the set of The Breakfast Club after he kept playing the janitor as a goofy Russian character.

10. Suzanne Somers was fired from tv series Three's Company when she asked to be paid equally to costar John Ritter.

11 Sebastian Bach

Sebastian Bach was fired from Skid Row because he wanted to open for KISS and the band refused. After he was canned he left the band a voicemail saying that nobody is ever too big to open for KISS.

12. American actor Gilbert Gottfried was fired from voicing the Aflac duck after he tweeted out a series of jokes about the earthquake disaster of Japan in 2011. Aflac does 75% of its business in Japan.

13. Bobby Keys, a sax player (and Keith Richards' best friend) was fired from the Rolling Stones 1973 tour after being found in a bathtub filled with Dom Perignon champagne. The cost of the champagne was deducted from his pay and he made no money from the tour.

14. TV show host Marc Summers went public about his Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, causing him to be fired as host of the Hollywood Squares revival, and is in remission for chronic lymphatic leukemia.

15. Chris Farley was fired from SNL for making late-night prank phone calls from the SNL offices with Adam Sandler, and mooning people from a limo shortly after. He once even once defecated out a window. He was known to frequently get naked and do various stunts for laughs.

16 James May

English television presenter James May was fired from Autocar magazine after he put a hidden message using the initial letter on each page. The secret message read out the following: “SO YOU THINK IT’S REALLY GOOD, YEAH? YOU SHOULD TRY MAKING THE BLOODY THING UP. IT’S A REAL PAIN IN THE ARSE.”

17. Rock group “The Pretenders” fired bass guitarist Pete Farndon due to his drug habits in June 1982. Two days later guitarist James Honeyman-Scott died as a result of cocaine intolerance. In April 1983 Farndon drowned in the bath at his home in London, after overdosing on heroin.

18. Pro Wrestler King Kong Bundy was fired from the WWF for acting in Headstart Explorer computer commercials without their approval.

19. Liam Neeson was once a school teacher but got fired because a student pulled a knife on him, and Neeson punched him.

20. Nicki Minaj worked as a waitress at a Red Lobster in the Bronx but was fired for discourtesy to customers. She said she was fired from "at least 15 jobs" for similar reasons.

21 Chris Hansen

Chris Hansen, who was the host of “NBC’s Dateline: To Catch a Predator” (a show that featured him conducting a sting operation on online sex predators by catching them on hidden cameras), was fired from NBC after he was caught cheating on his wife by a hidden-camera sting operation.

22. Jimi Hendrix played guitar in Little Richard's band until he was fired for being too flamboyant, out-dressing, and upstaging the singer.

23. Tupac Shakur was fired from the movie Menace II Society because he had an argument with Director Allen Hughes which led to a fistfight. Shakur was later found guilty of assault and battery.

24. Bill Hader worked at a movie theater in college and was fired for telling rude customers how "Titanic" ended.

25. In 1981, a 27-year-old James Cameron was working as a director on Pirhana II, when he was fired for failing to get a close-up of the lead actress. He then got food poisoning and during his illness had a nightmare about a robot sent from the future to kill him, which became the idea for “The Terminator.”



Top 10 Celeb Scandals Everyone Forgot Happened

Top 10 Celeb Scandals Everyone Forgot Happened

Somehow, these controversies didn’t stick in the public’s mind. For this list, we’re looking at alleged scandals involving famous or high profile individuals that the public has seemingly overlooked for one reason or another. We’ve included forgotten scandals from stars like Bruno Mars, Ashton Kutcher and Caitlyn Jenner.











1. Jaden Smith

2. Justin Bieber

3. Ralph Macchio

4. Lizzy Greene

5. Alyson Stoner

6. Melissa Joan Hart

7. Mara Wilson

8. Anna Paquin

9. Madeline Zima

10. Susan Olsen

11. Edward Furlong

12. Leelee Sobieski

13. Parker McKenna

14. Mackenzie Rosman

15. Jason James Richter

16. Liam Aiken

17. Chloë Grace Moretz

18. Michelle Trachtenberg

19. Hallie Eisenberg

20. Noah Hathaway

21. Steven Anthony Lawrence


33 Celebs You Might've Missed In The Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies

33 Celebs You Might've Missed In The Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies -

1. Before starring in Game of Thrones, Natalie Dormer appeared as Private Lorraine, who stole a kiss from Steve Rogers, in Captain America: The First Avenger.

Jeff Spicer / Getty Images, Marvel

2. Olivia Munn played a TV reporter at the Stark Expo in Iron Man 2.

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3. Ty Burrell starred as Leonard, Bruce Banner's friend and Betty's original love interest, in The Incredible Hulk.

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4. Miley Cyrus voiced Mainframe, a member of Stakar Ogord's team of Ravagers in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

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5. Before starring in Crazy Rich Asians, Michelle Yeoh appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as Aleta Ogord, a Ravager captain.

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6. Happy Endings star Adam Pally played Gary, a cameraman who met Tony Stark in Iron Man 3.

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7. Kate Mara appeared as a US marshal in Iron Man 2.

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8. Comedian Garrett Morris made a cameo in Ant-Man as a cab driver — He famously parodied Ant-Man on Saturday Night Live.

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9. Doctor Who star Jenna Coleman appeared as Bucky's date to the Stark Expo in Captain America: The First Avenger.

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10. Community star Danny Pudi played a communications tech agent at S.H.I.E.L.D. in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

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11. Nathan Fillion voiced the monstrous inmate that teased Peter Quill in Guardians of the Galaxy.

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12. Seth Green had a blink-and-you'll-miss-it cameo as a fan at the Stark Expo in Iron Man 2.

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13. Also, Seth voiced Howard the Duck in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 and Vol. 2.


14. Jennifer Connelly voiced Karen, the interface that Tony installed in Peter's Spider-Man suit, in Spider-Man: Homecoming — she's also married to Paul Bettany IRL.

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15. Lou Ferrigno, who played The Hulk on the '90s TV series, appeared as a security guard in The Incredible Hulk.

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16. Chris O'Dowd appeared as Richard, a guy who tried to date Jane, in Thor: The Dark World.

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17. A Christmas Story star Peter Billingsley appeared in Iron Man as scientist William Ginter Riva — he was also an executive producer on the film.

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18. The Hobbit and Hannibal star Richard Armitage appeared as Heinz Kruger, the HYDRA assassin that killed Abraham Erskine, in Captain America: The First Avenger.

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19. Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Alexis Denisof played The Other in The Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy.

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20. Wynonna Earp star Dominique Provost-Chalkley appeared as Zrinka, a woman in Sokovia who couldn't find her brother, in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Mike Coppola / Getty Images, Marvel

21. Director Joe Russo made a brief cameo in Captain America: The Winter Soldier as Doctor Fine, a trusted surgeon who worked with S.H.I.E.L.D.

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22. Also, Joe made an appearance in Captain America: Civil War as Dr. Broussard, the psychiatrist that Helmut Zemo murdered and impersonated in order to get close to Bucky.


23. Twin Peaks star Harry Dean Stanton appeared as a security guard who chatted with Bruce Banner in The Avengers.

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24. Homeland star Nazanin Boniadi played reporter Amira Ahmed in Iron Man.

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25. The Walking Dead star Ross Marquand appeared as Red Skull in Avengers: Infinity War — he took over the role from Hugo Weaving.

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26. Lost and Once Upon a Time star Rebecca Mader made an appearance in Iron Man 3 as an undercover agent for A.I.M.

Frazer Harrison / Getty Images, Marvel

27. Logan Marshall-Green played Jackson Brice, a member of Adrian Toomes's criminal group, in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

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28. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald star Claudia Kim played Doctor Helen Cho, a geneticist that helped the Avengers in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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29. Teen Wolf star Linden Ashby appeared in Iron Man 3 as a commander — alongside The Walking Dead's Corey Hawkins.


30. Once Upon a Time star Josh Dallas originally portrayed Fandral in Thor — he was later replaced by Zachary Levi.

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31. Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello appeared in Iron Man as a prison guard.

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32. The Haunting of Hill House star Mckenna Grace starred as young Carol Danvers in Captain Marvel.

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33. And of course, Luke Hemsworth and Matt Damon both appeared as actors playing Thor and Loki in Thor: Ragnarok.

25 Interesting Facts About Celebrities Before They Found Fame

25 Interesting Facts About Celebrities Before They Found Fame -




1 Bill Hader

Bill Hader once worked as an usher at a movie theater and was fired for spoiling the end of Titanic to noisy patrons.

2. Before he was a famous musician Johnny Cash was a military code breaker for the US Air Force. He worked as a Morse Intercept Operator in Germany, handling the hardest jobs, intercepting Russian intelligence and deciphering code transmissions. He copied the first news of Stalin’s death.

3. Retta, the actress who played Donna Meagle on Parks and Recreation, graduated from Duke University, worked as a chemist before doing stand-up and moving to Los Angeles, and is also the niece of former Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

4. Hugh Jackman worked as a birthday clown named 'Coco' and made just 50 bucks. Jackman admits that he had no magic tricks and was even told off by a 6-year-old that he is terrible.

5. Adam Jones, the guitarist of the rock band TOOL, worked on makeup and set design for Hollywood blockbuster films such as Jurassic Park, Terminator 2 and Ghostbusters II, and used his background in film to create TOOL's "unique" stop-motion music videos.

6 Colonel Sanders

Before establishing KFC, Colonel Sanders worked at a gas station and once also got into a gunfight with a rival gas station manager.

7. Celebrity chef Alton Brown worked as a cinematographer and video director before he became a food star. He was the director of photography for R.E.M.'s music video "The One I Love" and spent all of his time between takes on the set watching cooking shows, feeling that he could do a better job.

8. Before realizing his true potential in comedy, Will Ferrell worked as a teller at Wells Fargo. Apparently, he lost close to $600 on his first two days on the job.

9. Sir Patrick Stewart used to regularly fabricate fake news in the newspaper he worked for because he was spending his time practicing theatre with a theatre company during times that conflicted with his work schedule as a journalist.

10. Stand-up comedian Demetri Martin worked as a White House intern during the Clinton administration.

11 Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein worked as an electrician on the Oktoberfest 1896.

12. Before he was on MTV's Jackass, Steve-O went to Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Clown College and worked for several years as a performing clown.

13. Pope Francis worked briefly as a chemical technician and nightclub bouncer before entering the seminary.

14. Ronald Reagan started work as a lifeguard at a park in 1926 and was credited with saving 77 lives during the seven summers he worked there.

15. Science-fiction author Gene Wolfe worked as an engineer on the design of the machine that makes Pringles chips.

16 Bob Marley

Bob Marley worked on an assembly line at a Chrysler plant in Newark, New Jersey under the alias "Donald Marley."

17. As a teen, Christopher Walken answered a help wanted ad and worked as a lion tamer.

18. Chad Stahelski, the director of the John Wick films, had worked as Keanu Reeves’ stunt double for 15 years prior to his directorial debut.

19. Actor Michael Keaton got his start in show business as a production assistant on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. He helped with the puppets and ran the trolley.

20. Henry Ford worked as chief engineer at Edison Illuminating Company before starting his automobile business.

21 Steve Carell

Steve Carell has worked as a mail carrier in Massachusetts. He quit 7 months later because his boss told him he was not very good at being a mail carrier and needed to be faster. He has also performed with Chicago troupe The Second City where Stephen Colbert was his understudy for a time.

22. Ina Garten, known for her cooking show Barefoot Contessa, worked in the White House as a nuclear budget analyst.

23. Tom Morello (the guitar player for Rage Against The Machine) worked as a male stripper with the goal of saving enough money to purchase a hot tub.

24. Kenneth Koe, the inventor of Zoloft worked his way through college washing dishes at a restaurant which was named Hung Far Low.

25. Comedian Michelle Wolf studied kinesiology in college and worked for Bear Stearns from 2007 to 2008 before taking an improv class after the financial collapse.








1. David Bowie, The Man Who Fell To Earth, 1975

2. Audrey Hepburn, 1967

3. Elton John, The Muppet Show, Elstree Studios, England

4. Tina Turner, Paris, 1984

5. Freddie Mercury & Mick Rock

6. Amy Winehouse, London, 2004

7. Led Zeppelin In Front Of The Starship, 1973

8. Bob Marley, Essex House, NYC, 1980

9. Elizabeth Taylor, Culver City, CA, 2000

10. Paul & Linda Mccartney, Cover Of Life Magazine, 1971

11. Faye Dunaway, Beverly Hills Hotel, CA, 1977

12. Paul Newman, Burbank, CA, 1958

13. Yoko Ono And John Lennon, Butterfly Studios, NYC, 1972

14. Janis Joplin And Tina Turner At Madison Square Garden, November 27, 1969

15. Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac At JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, 1978

16. David Bowie And Elizabeth Taylor, 1975

17. Debbie Harry, Late 1970s

18. Cher, 'I'd Rather Believe In You' Album Cover, 1976

19. David Bowie, “Keep Your ‘Lectric Eye”, 1973

20. David Bowie & Aretha Franklin, Grammy Awards, NYC, 1975

21. Gloria Steinem, Palm Beach, FL, 1971

22. The Jackson 5, Encino, CA, 1974

23. Cyndi Lauper, 1984

24. Stevie Wonder, Dance Theater Of Harlem, NYC, 1976

25. Cher, 1976

26. Brigitte Bardot, Cuautla, Mexico, 1964

27. Frank Sinatra, Capitol Records, Hollywood, CA, 1956

28. Nirvana, 1993

29. Jim Morrison, Fantasy Fair, Mill Valley, CA, 1967

30. Paul McCartney With Anti-Beatles Button, 1964

31. Mick Jagger And John Lennon, Abbey Road Studios, London, 1967

32. Yoko Ono, NYC, 1973

33. Tupac Shakur, New York City, 1993

34. Bob Dylan On Train From Dublin To Belfast, 1966

35. Billy Idol, Max's Kansas City, NYC, 1978

36. Steve Jobs, Woodside, CA, 1984

37. The Supremes, 1965

38. Kate Bush, Late 1970's

39. Robert Mapplethorpe And Patti Smith, New York City, 1969

40. Dolly Parton And Mick Jagger, Bottom Line Concert, May, 1977

33 Rarely Seen Photos of Famous People When They Were Young

33 Rarely Seen Photos of Famous People When They Were Young -

1.) Walt Disney at around the age of 16, circa 1917

2. Oprah Winfrey crowned Miss Black Tennessee  at age 17, 1971, East Tennessee State University

3.) Cadet Captain Donald Trump in his graduation photo from the New York Military Academy, 1964

4.) A rascally, young Stephen Colbert at age 22

5.) A naughty 21-year-old Betty White from a series of nude poses she did in 1943, many of which ended up on playing cards

6.) Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, 15-years old and already a member of Dollar Shave Club

7.) Christopher Walken, age 22

8.) Queen Elizabeth II, an 18-year-old princess at the time, trained as a military mechanic and drove a supply truck during W.W. II

9.) Ryan Seacrest, an American Idol at the age of 13

10.) Barak Obama, 1980, a freshman at Occidental College posing for a photo essay by aspiring photographer Lisa Jack (she hoped he’d ask her out afterward but he never did)

11.) Mother Teresa

12.) Lady killer  George Clooney at the age of 15

13.) Martin Luther King, Jr. at age 7

 14.) A delicious 22-year-old Martha Stewart

15) A 15-year-old Samuel Clemens before he became Mark Twain

16.) Marilyn Monroe at age 12.

17.) One of the first known pictures of Abraham Lincoln, circa 1840

18.) A hand-tinted picture of 21-year-old Sir Winston Churchill in military garb, 1895

19.) Larry David, 20-years-old, enthusiasm already curbed
20.) One of these hobbits is J.R.R. Tolkien

21.) 22-year-old Hillary Rodham Clinton, Park Ridge, Illinois, June 1969.

22.) Josef Stalin, the original hipster

23.) Either Howdy Doody or 10-year-old John F. Kennedy

24) Academy Award Winner Helen Mirren at age 25

25.) In 1964, 17-year-old Bill Clinton meets JFK

26.) Henry Hank Aaron, around age 19, circa 1953

27.) Vladimir Putin doing his best Macaulay Culkin

28.) German Chancellor Angela Merkel

29.) A handsome 19-year-old Mahatma Gandhi

30.) 2-year-old Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the days he was simply known as “Franny”

31.) Fidell Castro

32.) Albert Einstein, age 3, 1882

33.) A young George and Barbara Bush with an even younger George, W.

10 Celebrities Whose 15 Minutes Of Fame Was Cut 5 Minutes Short

10 Celebrities Whose 15 Minutes Of Fame Was Cut 5 Minutes Short -



Thousands of people dream of becoming famous. However, those who actually become famous quickly realize that staying popular is every bit as hard as becoming popular. So, even if you become really successful, it doesn’t mean your career will prosper in the future. And unfortunately, the examples of some stars only prove this to be true.

1. Neve Campbell

Neve Campbell became famous after she played the main role in Scream, an iconic horror movie of the ’90s. This was the biggest role for the young actress for several years to come: Neve portrayed the main character in all 3 parts of the franchise. However, after the end of the shooting process of the last installment in 2000, her career was in a slump. She never got any big roles in any popular movies. Neve appeared on the big screen only in 2011 when she portrayed Sidney Prescot yet again: the franchise’s creators decided to release another part of Scream. Maybe the actress just got into this character a little too deeply.

2. Vanilla Ice

Vanilla Ice became the first rap singer whose single was at the top of the music chart. His song, Ice Ice Baby became iconic right away and the sales of his album were extremely impressive. But despite his incredible popularity, his stage image quickly became boring for the artist himself. As a result, he terminated the contract with his label and became an independent singer. Today, Vanilla Ice still sings and also stars in movies as an actor and works as a music producer. Of course, he is not as famous as he once was but the ability to decide what he wants to look like and what songs he wants to sing makes him quite happy.

3. PSY

In 2012, the video for Gangnam Style became the most watched video in YouTube history. After the video was released, the entire world talked about the South Korean musician, PSY. In European countries, the song was at the top of the music charts for months even though it was in Korean. While he was still popular, PSY performed numerous concerts all around the world. Today, 7 years later, he still goes on tours, but there have been no similar big hits in his career. PSY himself called Gangnam Style one of the biggest achievements of his life.

4. Robert Englund

Robert Englund is also a man of one role. Freddy Kruger became his biggest achievement and the role he appeared as more often than any other. At the end of the ’80s, he was the most popular character and he portrayed Freddy from 1984 to 2003. On the one hand, this role made Englund incredibly popular but on the other, it didn’t let him demonstrate his actual acting abilities because the complicated makeup covered his real face. To this day, few people can actually recognize him for the same reason.

5. Rick Moranis

In the ’80s, Rick Moranis was one of the most popular comedic actors in the US and Canada. The movies he appeared in became popular right away: he played the main roles in Ghost BustersHoney, I Shrunk the Kids, and other famous family comedies of the time. There was no danger to his career but at the beginning of the ’90s, his wife died of cancer. After that, the actor made the decision to leave the world of acting to raise his children.

6. Crazy Town

The Crazy Town band was formed in 1995 and didn’t seem promising until they released the single called Butterfly in 1999. The song appeared at the top of world music charts and 1.5 million copies of the album were sold. However, all the following works of the band were way less successful — the singles never even appeared on any charts. The members of the band said that it was because of the pressure from labels. At the beginning of the 2000s, they took a big break and their new album was released only in 2015. Even though Crazy Town still exists as a band, they haven’t had any other outstanding songs.

7. Hayden Christensen

Hayden Christensen has been doing movies since he was a child but his most famous role up until now is Anakin Skywalker. Christensen portrayed this character in 2 parts of the Star Wars franchise. There were different opinions about his work as the actor was nominated for both a Golden Globe and a Saturn Award as well as a Golden Raspberry for the worst role. Today Hayden Christensen rarely appears in movies and when he does, it’s usually in supporting roles.

8. Bomfunk MC’s

Bomfunk MC’s was formed by 2 DJs in 1998 and in 2000, they released Freestyler. Up until today, this is probably the only song by this band that almost every person who lived in the 2000s must have heard. The musician received a few awards for the song but all of their next albums were less successful. The members of the band changed several times, and the musicians took breaks and did their own solo projects. But in 2019, they released a new Freestyler video to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the song and said that they were working on a new release.

9. Shelley Duvall

Shelley Duvall was a very promising actress: she received a Cannes Film Festival Award for her main role in 3 Women. After that, she had very successful parts in The ShiningAnnie Hall and other movies. However, in the ’90s, Duvall started taking on a lot of supporting roles and in 2002 she stopped her movie career altogether. In 2016 she appeared on the show, Dr. Phil and admitted that she had a psychological disorder.

10. Rupert Grint

The actors who played the main roles in Harry Potter were the highest paid actors before they were teenagers. They appeared not only in movies and TV shows but also on the covers of notebooks, backpacks, and other products. The last episode of the franchise was released in 2011, and at that moment, Rupert Grint was a very popular actor. However, he had a series of roles in really bad movies and the industry’s interest in him disappeared. He continues to do movies and TV shows but apparently, it’s hard to do something as big as Harry Potter.

Not only is an absence of talent a good way to ruin a successful career, but unfortunate circumstances, health issues, and thousands of other unexpected things can have the same effect. Have you ever met people who were really promising at what they did but for some reason something went wrong?



1. Selena Gomez

2. Ariana Grande

3. Aziz Ansari

4. Beyoncé

5. Carrie Underwood

6. Cindy Crawford

7. Drake

8. Ellen DeGeneres

9. Gwen Stefani

10. Justin Timberlake

11. Katie Couric

12. Macklemore

13. Mandy Moore

14. Miley Cyrus

15. Ricky Martin

16. Ryan Reynolds

17. Sarah Michelle Gellar

18. Tiffani Thiessen

19. Victoria Justice

20. Adele

Game Of Thrones: 22 Burning Questions Season 8 MUST Answer

Game Of Thrones: 22 Burning Questions Season 8 MUST Answer -


It’s only a mere few days until April 14th when the 8th and final season of Game of Thrones begins. Six episodes later, it’ll all be over. But will we leave satisfied?I don’t envy the producers of a dense show like this one. There have been 7 seasons already, with so many dangling plot threads, prophesies, a shit-ton of incest, and other strange things, that there’s no way that everyone can leave satisfied with all plot lines resolved. I’m hoping they can try to tackle these before the inevitable end.I know that this isn’t all of them, so if there’s a plot thread I missed, toss ’em in the comments.



Is Tyrion a Targaryen?What if he’s not a Lannister at all? There have been some suspicious clues about his dragon blood.



Will Brienne finish her Got journey with Jaime or Tormund?It’s been one hell of a love triangle, so we wanna know who she’s gonna end up with, if anyone at all.



Will Gendry pursue his claim to the crown?As Robert Baratheon’s bastard son, he could. He’s also an ally for Jon and Dany now, but is he gonna branch out on his own?



Will Maggy’s prophesy keep on shaping Cersei’s fate?Who is the Valonquar and will he really choke the life out of Cersei?



Will Daario come back to Dany?He’s been maintaining things in Meereen, is he at least gonna to reunite with her before the end?



Will we ever find out why Illyrio helped Daenerys in season 1?What does he expect in return for this generosity, now that she’s close to the throne?



What is the Golden Company, and will they swing the tide of the war?Are they gonna be enough?



Will Dany’s visions at the House of the Undying come back to haunt her?Does what she sees, come into play at all?



Are the children of the forest still alive?Are they gonna do anything against the White Walkers?



Are any more of Old Nan’s stories going to come true?I mean, she was right about Bran and Walder Frey.



Are we ever gonna learn who built the wall?It’s a thousand years old, and stretches for 300 miles. Who put it there and why?



Is Tyrion actually in love with Daenerys?That look he gave her at the end of Season 7 was heavy. Does he want more?



What’s the deal with the red comet in season 2? Is it gonna pan out into something?There are plenty of theories, but what does it actually mean?



Will we finally see the long-hyped Cleganebowl?I mean, c’mon. The Hound and The Mountain have been dancing around for 7 seasons. It’s time to end things.



Will Theon ever redeem himself?He’s made apologies, did some heroic things, and tried to save Yara. Most likely, his arc will come to a redemptive close, but we want to know for sure.



Is anything ever gonna happen in Sothoryos?What’s the point of it? We’ve spent time in Westeros, Essos, but have yet to learn anything about Uthos and Sothoryos. Apparently, the inhabitants are half man, half animal.



Will Jaime switch his allegiance from Cersei to Dany?I think he’s had enough of his sister. Plus, I think he might be one that chokes her to death, probably with his metal hand.



Is Hot PIe a harbinger for death and destruction?He’s like oranges in The Godfather. Bad things happen.



Will we find out that Bran is the Night King?He’s influenced the past before. Maybe he goes into the past to prevent the creation of the Night King, and somehow becomes him. Google the theories, they’re insane.



Who was Quaithe and what did she want?Is she ever gonna come back?


Who is the Azor Ahai?Who’s gonna be the mysterious promised prince or princess? Jon Snow? Dany? Jaime Lannister? They better tell us.

17 Rarely Seen Images Of Celebrities' Kids

17 Rarely Seen Images Of Celebrities' Kids -

1. Björk’s son

2. Cher’s sons

3. Tilda Swinton and her daughter

4. Uma Thurman’s daughter and son

5. Danny Trejo’s children

6. Mick Jagger’s children

7. Gérard Depardieu’s daughters

8. Donatella Versace’s son and daughter

9. Woody Allen’s son and daughter

10. Charlotte Gainsbourg and her son

11. Meryl Streep’s big family

12. David Bowie’s children

13. Adriano Celentano’s son and daughter

14. Bette Midler and her daughter

15. Courtney Love’s daughter

16. Danny DeVito’s children

17. Rowan Atkinson’s son and daughter



Every director’s got a list of movies that inspired them and shaped their vision. Sure, you can go to a film school to learn the techniques and visual language you need to make a great film, or you can just watch a shit ton of movies and take bits and pieces of each to make your own vision. Quentin Tarantino falls into the latter camp.For him, though, each choice he makes today for his movies, is a deliberate callback to a genre, character, costume or specific scene from the movies that shaped him. He’s had countless of interviews where he’s listed his top films, and that list usually ends up at 12, but it’s never completely consistent in terms of the films and the order. The most common is THIS list of amazing classics, but there’s also a handwritten list (recreated above by Open Culture), that throws some new ones into the mix.So, I’m thinking, we watch them all this weekend? Goovy.


American International Pictures

Rolling Thunder (1977)I might be missing something, but this is a pretty generic revenge thriller starring Tommy Lee Jones and William Devane. Devane’s a veteran who seeks revenge against the guys who broke into his house and killed his family. That’s not to say that it isn’t good; there’s a hand vs. garbage compactor scene that’s pretty horrific.The premise has been done a thousand times, and while the action is top notch and it’s incredibly violent, I’m too sure what makes it stand out more than Death Wish orStraw Dogs. Regardless, I’m sure he loves it for reasons we mere mortals cannot understand.



Pretty Maids All in a Row (1971)This mixture of dark comedy and murder mystery is the only writing credit of Gene Roddenberry; the creator of Star Trek. Starring Rock Hudson as a guidance counsellor who’s trying to nail as many beautiful students he can, before they all get murdered.This movie is so pitch black with humor, inappropriate moments and counter-culturalism that it’s perfect for Tarantino.


Universal Pictures

Sorcerer (1977)This road trip thriller from William Friedkin, is about some truckers trying to transport leaky dynamite across South America. This film can either be considered a lost cult-classic from the 70’s that completely underrated, or it’s an overblown travesty of cinema.You pick your side, but I’ll do with Tarantino on this one. I love me some gritty Roy Scheider.


Paramount Pictures

The Bad News Bears (1976)As far as a hilarious comedy goes, you can’t go wrong with this one. It’s crude, profane and angry, but genuinely funny. It also feels natural, because we can relate to the characters, their frustrations and their feelings.That’s probably why Tarantino loves it.


Gramercy Pictures

Dazed and Confused (1993)This coming-of-age comedy doesn’t really have a structure to it; it’s more of a series of loosely connected vignettes that tell you all you need to know about the teenage experience.This one is an unconventionally cool, drug-hazed, classic comedy.


United Artists

The Great Escape (1963)This is arguably one of the best and most beloved war movies ever made. The way the director evokes the performances out of his actors, shows where Tarantino learned how to wrangle his ensemble casts into some sort of shape.


Columbia Pictures

His Girl Friday (1940)If there’s any one movie you can thank for the way Tarantino writes dialogue, it’s this Howard Hawks classic. It’s got rapid fire sentences and ahead of it’s time gender-politics.Plus the chemistry in this film is so intense. Even if you’re not into older films, you need to see this one at least once.


United Artists

Carrie (1976)Out of all the other Stephen King adaptations out there, this Brian De Palma classic is the best. It’s tense, suspenseful and raw. That’s probably why Quentin loves it.


Warner Bros

Rio Bravo (1959)This Howard Hawks/John Wayne classic had a stacked cast and featured ‘The Duke’ as a lone cowboy fighting off corrupt ranchers. It’s the long, silent, and sweeping opening shot that attracts Tarantino to this film.



Blow Out (1981)This Brian De Palma film has John Travolta as a movie sound engineer, who accidentally records an assassination. It’s an underrated neo-noir thriller and takes a lot of cues from Alfred Hitchcock.


Shaw Brothers Studio

5 Fingers of Death/King Boxer (1972)You knew there had to be a Kung-Fu movie on here somewhere. As for why this one, I’m not sure. But it is a nice mix of Kung-Fu tropes and Grindhouse elements.



Pandora’s Box (1929)This silent film about a highly sexual woman was ahead of it’s time. There are a lot of twists and turns, murder, seduction, a lesbian subplot and a quiet cameo from Jack the Ripper.It’s a little fucked up for it’s time, and I think that’s the appeal for QT.


20th Century Fox

Unfaithfully Yours (1984)To be honest, there are two films with this title, this one a remake of an earlier screwball comedy from 1948, starring Rex Harrison.In both, a composer suspects his wife is cheating on him, so he hires someone to spy on her, and hijinks occur.


Paramount Pictures

5 Graves to Cairo (1943)This war film was directed by Billy Wilder, and involves the survivor of a British loss to General Rommel in the African Theatre of the war. This one is notable, because it’s both a war film and an adventure/treasure hunt film utilizing the Hitchcockian concept of the McGuffin.There are plenty of elements from this movie that you’ll find in Tarantino’s catalogue.


United Artists

Apocalypse Now (1979)This will always be considered one of the greatest films of all time, and it’s easy to see why. It takes the historic Joseph Conrad story and places it in a visually stunning hellhole.This was one of the worst wars in US history and this film blatantly captures all that nihilism and despair.


Universal Pictures

Jaws (1975)This one is also one of cinema’s greatest, and it’s because you don’t see Bruce the shark all that often. Spielberg lets your imagination go wild with the possibilities of the shark, and it’s brilliant.Add in that haunting monologue about the U.S.S Indianapolis, and you’ve got yourself a perfect film. It’s why everyone loves this classic.


Columbia Pictures

Taxi Driver (1976)This film is truly dark and gritty, and represents the feeling that a lot of vets found after Vietnam; a world they don’t understand anymore. You can tell how the way this film is lit, framed and scored, that it was a huge influence on Tarantino’s look.Scorcese is a master of cinema, so it’s pretty obvious that Quentin would list one of his best, in his list of bests.


United Artists

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (1966)While the other films in this list fluctuate based on the interview, this is the only one that’s always #1. Between the Mexican standoffs, the editing, and the camera angles, everything Tarantino learned about filmmaking, came from Sergio Leone.I could watch this movie as the only thing on repeat until I die, it’s that good.


38 Celebrity Pairs That Are Complete Doppelganger / Look ALikes

38 Celebrity Pairs That Are Complete Doppelganger / Look ALikes -

Margot Robbie and Jaime Pressly


Jada Pinkett-Smith and Zoe Saldana


Will Ferrell and Chad Smith


Amy Adams and Isla Fisher


Henry Cavill and Matt Bomer


Alicia Silverstone and Kristen Stewart


Jessica Chastain and Bryce Dallas Howard


Rachel Bilson and Selena Gomez


Katy Perry and Zooey Deschanel


Sarah Hyland and Mila Kunis


Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Javier Bardem


Zachary Quinto and Eli Roth


Jordana Brewster and Demi Moore


Emmanuelle Chriqui and JWoww


Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Heath Ledger


Leighton Meester and Minka Kelly


Logan Marshall Green and Tom Hardy


Victoria Justice and Nina Dobrev


Bradley Cooper and Ralph Fiennes


Cindy Crawford and Eva Mendes


Melanie Griffith and Meg Ryan


Bill Murray and James Belushi


Patrick Dempsey and Guillaume Canet


Jennifer Garner and Hilary Swank


Cameron Diaz and Helena Christensen


Zoe Saldana and Thandiwe Newton


Kim Kardashian and Nicole Scherzinger


Milla Jovovich and Linda Evangelista


Amanda Peet and Lake Bell


Rosie Mac and Emilia Clarke


Georgia Мэй Jagger and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley


Leonardo DiCaprio and Jack Nicholson


Emilia Clarke and Miranda Kerr


Natalie Portman and Keira Knightley


Elijah Wood and Daniel Radcliffe


Mark Wahlberg and Matt Damon


Mickey Rourke and Tim Robbins


James McAvoy and Luke Evans







 It shouldn’t come as a shock that many celebrities change their name. What might surprise you, however, are the sometimes ridiculous and other times explanatory names they began life with. How many of these did you know?


11 Famous People Who (Probably) Have Herpes

11 Famous People Who (Probably) Have Herpes -


A number of celebs have been sued for allegedly giving their companions herpes. Primarily based on rumors of STDs and pictures of chilly sores and warts, this checklist of superstar individuals who (allegedly) have herpes includes actors, rappers, musicians, athletes, and extra, this checklist has all of it.



Jessica Alba

It has been broadly rumored that Jessica Alba contracted herpes from her former boyfriend, Derek Jeter.



In line with courtroom papers from 2012, Usher paid a stylist $1.1 million to settle a lawsuit after she claimed to have contracted herpes from him.

Supply 1234

Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton reportedly has genital herpes. A prescription for Valtrex, a herpes remedy, made out to Hilton was present in her storage unit in 2007.

Supply 12

Britney Spears

Britney Spears was supposedly seen buying the herpes remedy Zovirax in a drug retailer.

Supply 12

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has been photographed with what seems to be a herpes an infection on her lip. Additionally, Kim’s ex-husband, Kris Humphries, was sued for allegedly passing herpes on to an unsuspecting fling.

Supply 12


Rihanna and ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown, have each been photographed with what seem to be scars on their lips from herpes infections.


Jessica Biel

Jessica Biel dated Derek Jeter and, like his different exes, is rumored to have contracted herpes from him.

Supply 12

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt is rumored to have had herpes since earlier than he was married to Jennifer Aniston.


Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson contracted Hepatitis C from ex-husband Tommy Lee. She can also besuspected of getting herpes.

Supply 12

Mariah Carey

Singer Mariah Carey dated Derek Jeter within the late ’90s and is rumored to have contracted herpes from him.

Supply 12

Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes has allegedly been affected by herpes for a few years.




Brad Pitt

Jennifer Aniston

Matthew McConaughey

Bruno Mars

Angelina Jolie

And again Jolie

Stacy Ferguson (Fergie)

Jessica Alba

Will Ferrell

Britney Spears

George Clooney

Snoop Dogg

Ashton Kutcher

Courteney Cox

Natalie Portman


Taylor Swift

Renee Zellweger

Channing Tatum

Reese Witherspoon

Amanda Seyfried

Sandra Bullock

Lady Gaga

Halle Berry

Miley Cyrus

Busta Rhymes

Taylor Lautner



Kim Kardashian

Vin Diesel

Blake Lively

Meryl Streep

Meg Ryan

Christina Aguilera

Tyra Banks

12 Porn Stars And Their Celebrity Counterparts

12 Porn Stars And Their Celebrity Counterparts

These porn stars are looking all kinds of similar to their celebrity counterparts. Some of these porn stars look so similar to the celebrities they're paired up with, that you are almost guaranteed to do a double take. Wonder if some of them got their big break in the porn industry, for that explicit purpose: looking like a celebrity, and all.

Elisah Cuthbert: Jasmine Rouge

Sarah Silverman : Joanna Angel

Gillian King: Charlotte Stokely

Lyndsy Fonseca: Faith Leon

Ellen Paige: Ariel Rebel

Emma Stone: Dani Jensen

Kate Mara: Pouco Caprice

Jennifer Love Hewitt: Ann Miley

Kristen Bell: Kenzi Marie

Michelle Trachtenberg: Missy Pedra

Scarlett Johansson: Amanda De X-Art

Avril Lavigne: Liz Vicious





Mindy Kaling rehearsing for the musical ‘Rags’ in high school.



A young Adele with a ‘Spice Girls’ obsession.



Nicole Richie (left) and Rashida Jones (right).



Allison Brie rocking headgear.



Amanda Seyfried (right) with her older sister on the beach.



Hugh Jackman with his track team.



Penelope Cruz (left) with her little sister.



Jamie Lee Curtis in some very 80’s fashion.



John Stamos in the 70’s.



Dan Levy and his little sister at her birthday party in the 90’s.



Cindy Crawford in her high school cheerleading pyramid.



Marisa Tomei in the early 90’s.



Kacey Musgraves rocking out back in the day.



Mandy Moore modeling in the 90’s.



Justin Theroux at 14.



Chris Pratt as a toddler, looking a hell of a lot like Chucky.



Emma Watson posing for an old headshot.



Tom Hardy when he was a student at the Drama Centre London back in the 90’s.



Elizabeth Banks at 14.

16 Celebrities Who Look Completely Different in Real Life

16 Celebrities Who Look Completely Different in Real Life -



Daenerys Targaryen vs. Emilia Clarke

The Tramp vs. Charlie Chaplin

Daisy Mason vs. Sophie McShera

Kitty Sanchez vs. Judy Greer

Ichabod Crane vs. Tom Mison

Worf vs. Michael Dorn

Tiffany Pennsatucky Doggett vs. Taryn Manning

Jerri Blank vs. Amy Sedaris

Blanca Flores vs. Laura Gómez

Steve Urkel vs. Jaleel White

Cersei Lannister vs. Lena Headey

Suzanne Warren vs. Uzo Aduba

Gilly vs. Hannah Murray

Quark vs. Armin Shimerman

Khal Drogo vs. Jason Momoa

Pepper vs. Naomi Grossman


MY HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED: 16 Celebrities Different Centuries, Same Age

MY HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED: 16 Celebrities Different Centuries, Same Age -

Elizabeth Taylor and Maisie Williams, age 21


Audrey Hepburn and Eva Green, age 38


Clark Gable and Ryan Gosling, age 38


Grace Kelly and Dakota Fanning, age 24


Ingrid Bergman and Emma Roberts, age 27


Sophia Loren and Eva Mendes, age 45


James Dean and Ansel Elgort, age 24


Vivien Leigh and Catherine Zeta-Jones, age 49


Lauren Bacall and Monica Bellucci, age 55


Brigitte Bardot and Lily Collins, age 29


Alain Delon and Richard Madden, age 32


Marilyn Monroe and Amanda Seyfried, age 33


Liza Minnelli and Emma Stone, age 30


Barbra Streisand and Kaya Scodelario, age 27


Marlene Dietrich and Jessica Biel, age 36


Adriano Celentano and Nicholas Hoult, age 29








Now Vs Then: What 23 Popular Celebrities From The Past Look Like Today

Now Vs Then: What 23 Popular Celebrities From The Past Look Like Today -



1. Evangeline Lilly (Lost — Kate)

2. Jennie Garth (Beverly Hills 90210 — Kelly Taylor)

3. Mandy Moore (A Walk to Remember — Jamie Sullivan)

4. Rupert Grint (Harry Potter film series — Ron Weasley)

5. Téa Leoni (Jurassic Park III — Amanda Kirby)

6. Winona Ryder (Autumn in New York — Charlotte Fielding)

7. Jennifer Love Hewitt (Heartbreakers — Page Conners)

8. Maggie Grace (Lost — Shannon)

9. Tom Felton (Harry Potter film series — Draco Malfoy)

10. Shane West (A Walk to Remember — Landon Carter)

11. Teri Hatcher (Desperate Housewives — Susan )

12. Denise Richards (Starship Troopers — Carmen)

13. H.P. Baxxter (Scooter)

14. Dominique Swain (Lolita — Dolores Haze)

15. Nicole Scherzinger (Pussycat Dolls)

16. Matthew Fox (Lost — Jack)

17. Peta Wilson (La Femme Nikita — Nikita)

18. Geri Halliwell (Spice Girls)

19. Matthew Lewis (Harry Potter film series — Neville Longbottom)

20. Emilie de Ravin (Lost — Claire)

21. Emma Bunton (Spice Girls)

22. Craig David

23. Claire Danes (Romeo + Juliet — Juliet)




First things first, I want to put this caveat up front: This is for films that actually made it out the door. There are many films that literally fell apart while filming to never be completed (like how Peter Jackson was supposed to make King Kong in the late 1990s, that kind of thing).These are absolutely insane behind the scenes stories about movies that somehow actually got out there into the world. We’re going to start a bit mild, but work our way towards arguably the craziest one in the history of Hollywood.

Alien 3 (1992)

This movie never had a chance in hell of turning out the “right way.” I actually like this movie a lot (particularly the “Assembly Cut”), but it was hated by fans of the series at release, especially after waiting six years for the sequel after Aliens (1986).And those six years were a fucking nightmare.

Just for some context, there was a full seven-year gap between Alien (1979) and Aliens (1986). However, in the seven years between those movies, 20th Century Fox wasn’t trying that hard to make a sequel. In fact, no one really wanted to even try, but James Cameron’s script for Aliens was so impressive, he got a green light.That was around 1984, so that means Aliens wasn’t seriously being developed for most of those seven years.On the other hand, the six years leading up to Alien 3 were DESPERATELY spent trying to make it happen.

(This GIF is test footage where they tried to put a real dog into an alien costume. It didn’t work out very well.)Countless drafts of scripts were written and are almost completely different from one another. One was written by legendary cyberpunk author William Gibson. One was written by David Twohy, who went on to create the character of Riddick. The weirdest one was written by Vincent Ward and involved a literal planet made out of wood by space monks.And in a desperate move to save time, elements from all of these scripts (and others we don’t have time to mention) were smashed together, creating the religious prison planet mash-up we ended up with.

It also led to a completely chaotic set where rewrites happened constantly and the new young director was constantly shoved around by producers and totally fucked over.That young director was David Fincher, who hated his experience so much that when he made Fight Club for 20th Century Fox in 1999, the studio executives had to specifically meet with him and assure they wouldn’t fuck with him like that ever again.Oh! One last thing. When they were trying to record the music, no one could oversee the recording due to the L.A. Riots of 1992, so Fincher didn’t even get to hear most of it until the film was finished. Basically, everything that could go wrong went wrong, and there’s even more, but we need to move on.

The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996)

Poor poor Richard Stanley. The Australian born filmmaker had one dream: Take his favorite novel by H.G. Wells, The Island of Dr. Moreau, and adapt it to the screen. In fact, he’d been developing the film for over four years.And it literally couldn’t have gone worse for Richard Stanley unless he was murdered on set. He was fired from the film literally four days into filming, and Stanley resorted to sneaking onto the set as one of the film’s extras to watch his dream project totally crumble.

He was fired for two primary reasons. One, the studio didn’t like the direction the film was moving in. Two, he didn’t get along well with Val Kilmer, the film’s biggest name actor besides Marlon Brando as the titular Dr. Moreau. Val Kilmer is known for being a dick on set, but he actually had an excuse. Kilmer found out he was getting divorced by watching TV news on the first day of shooting. To make matters even worse, Marlon Brando was still recovering from his daughter’s suicide.

Combined with the fact that the new director, John Frankenheimer, didn’t really get along with the leads either and that’s how a six-week film shoot ends up turning into a six-month film shoot. The set was so miserable and disastrous that one of the film’s stars, David Thewlis, skipped the film’s premiere.If all of this sounds unbelievable, this is only a fraction of the story. If you’re interested in learning more, track down the excellent documentary Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Dr. Moreau (2014). It’s available on Amazon Prime goes into way more detail than I ever could.

Fitzcarraldo (1982)

Just like The Island of Dr. Moreau, there is an excellent documentary about the horror-show that was the production of Fitzcarraldo called Burden of Dreams (1982). If you watch Fitzcarraldo, you have to watch Burden of Dreams. You know a film set has gone wrong when one of the locals walks up to the director and offers to murder the lead actor for a nominal fee.

I could go through the laundry list of everything that went wrong here from the set literally being attacked by bows and arrows (because the set was the actual fucking Amazon rainforest) to the prostitutes that were hired to keep people happy, but what you really need to know is this:Fitzcarraldo is based on a real story about a rubber baron who wanted to move his boat over the Amazon rainforest land to get it into inland waters.Except the real Fitzcarraldo achieved this by taking the boat apart, because dragging an actual steamboat through the middle of the Amazon is something no sane individual would attempt.

Except for director Werner Herzog, who not only literally dragged a steamboat through the real Amazon, but they used a boat that was ten times the size of the actual steamboat from the story. The end result was total fucking mayhem that literally injured countless people. Again, just watch Burden of Dreams, there’s some unbelievable shit. It’s possibly the craziest behind the scenes film documentary of all time, except for the documentary about…

Apocalypse Now (1979)

One of the most infamous behind the scenes documentaries of all time is Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse (1991), even more infamous than Burden of Dreams. That’s probably because the documentary is basically watching director Francis Ford Copolla go completely insane while losing massive amounts of weight.Hell, the documentary is basically the go-to for “fucked up movie productions,” parodied on the DVD release of Tropic Thunder (it’s also the reason that the behind the scenes for Trailer Park Boys was called “Hearts of Dartmouth: Life of a Trailer Park Girl”).

And dear God does Apocalypse Now earn its spot on here. There’s a funny story before the filming of Apocalypse Now where Coppola tried to convince Al Pacino to sign on to the film. Al Pacino said:“I know what this is going to be like. You’re going to be up there in a helicopter telling me what to do, and I’m gonna be down there in a swamp for five months.”Al Pacino was clearly skeptical of the planned six-week shooting schedule and turned Coppola down. But his joking overestimate of five months turned out to be lowballing it.It lasted sixteen months.

Coppola shot over 200 hours of film (about a million feet of film, a number that’s going to be important later) which took nearly three years to edit down into a movie. Whole scenes had to have the sound completely dubbed back in, Coppola mortgaged a house to help finance his movie, and that’s without getting into the unbelievable sixteen-month shoot. Martin Sheen almost died from a heart attack. Coppola threatened to commit suicide multiple times. A young Laurence Fishburne got addicted to heroin.There’s way more that went wrong, but what’s amazing is that the final film actually turned out well, so well it won two Academy Awards and made a lot of money. Which was great for Coppola, vindicating his madness.Unfortunately, his madness directly inspired the final film here…

Heaven’s Gate (1980)Unlike the last three movies, there is no definitive documentary about Heaven’s Gate. That’s probably because nobody involved with the project really wants to talk about it anymore (for reasons that will become abundantly clear).This disaster happened because of the success of The Deer Hunter (1978), which was written and directed by Michael Cimino. It was a critical darling and a financial success, so United Artists, one of the oldest studios in Hollywood, backed him completely for Heaven’s Gate, a decision that United Artists went on to completely regret.

You see, Michael Cimino was “inspired” by the filming of Apocalypse Now. Remember how I said that Coppola shot a million feet of film for Apocalypse Now? Well, Heaven’s Gate shot 1.3 million feet, and it is heavily rumored that Cimino did this specifically to beat Coppola’s “record.”Needless to say, a director that was determined to pull that kind of shit should never have been in charge of an $11.6 million film. Keep in mind, this is 1980s money unadjusted for inflation, this was a lot of money back then, but not as much as the final budget that got up to $44 million.

The production was an epic-scale clusterfuck, and unlike Apocalypse Now which got great reviews and made a lot of money, Heaven’s Gate didn’t even flop. It straight up died at the box office, making literally $1.3 million and completely scorned by critics at the time, mostly because of its three and a half hour runtime. They cut it down to two and a half hours, but this version got even worse reviews because it didn’t make any goddamn sense (and I’ll use this opportunity to mention that Cimino’s original cut ran for five hours).

In the years since, critics have reassessed the three and a half hour version as something worth seeing (you know, if you’re into three and a half hour long westerns), but the reason Heaven’s Gate tops all of this is because it completely destroyed United Artists as a company. The company was purchased in 1981 by MGM, ending a company that had co-produced James Bond, Rocky, and The Pink Panther films.It’s a failure that literally represents the end of an era in Hollywood filmmaking. There aren’t many films you can say that about without exaggerating, but Heaven’s Gate is the unfortunate exception.

21 People Share Their Most Low-Key Celebrity Encounters

21 People Share Their Most Low-Key Celebrity Encounters





1. Freddie Mercury with his only love and best friend Mary Austin.

2. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and his father, wrestler Rocky Johnson.

3. Jason Momoa with babies.

4. Blake Lively, dressed as Emma Lee Bunton, at a Spice Girl's concert in 1997.

5. Nicholas Hoult knitting on the set of Mad Max: Fury Road.

6. Arnold Schwarzenegger with his daughter Christina.

7. Drew Barrymore at a fashion show in 1983.

8. Prince Harry on a run wearing a mask of his brother Prince William.

9. Adele playing around at Capital One arena.

10. Cara Delevingne thanks his fans for his presents.

11. A young Marilyn Monroe babysitting a studio worker’s kid.

12. Robin Williams as a cheerleader for the Denver Broncos, 1979.

13. Marlon Brando and his cat.

14. Barack Obama on a morning horse ride.

15. Muhammad Ali letting a young fan win a fight.

16. Princess Diana with her youngest son Prince Harry at an amusement park.

17. Robert Downey, Jr. dresses up for a fan who had a rough day.

18. Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet on the set of Titanic.

19. Lisa Kudrow with short, dark hair.

20. Charlie Chaplin without a mustache.

21. Meryl Streep as a high school cheerleader.

22. Hillary Clinton in college.

23. Audrey Hepburn on her last UNICEF mission.

24. Kurt Cobain and his daughter Frances Bean.

25. Emilia Clarke goofing around.



THEN VS NOW: 15 People Who Were Famous For Viral Videos In The Past And What They Look Like Today

THEN VS NOW: 15 People Who Were Famous For Viral Videos In The Past And What They Look Like Today -

1. The brothers from “Charlie bit my finger” video.

2. Chris Crocker a.k.a. the “Leave Britney Alone” guy.

3. “Chewbacca Mom”

4. The boy from the “David After Dentist” video.

5. Antoine Dodson from the hilarious interview that would become “The Bed Intruder Song”.

6. “Chocolate Rain” singer Tay Zonday.

7. The little kid from the “Linda, Honey” video.

8. The singer of the infamous "Friday" song, Rebecca Black.

9. The “I Like Turtles” kid all grown up.

10. Psy the “Gangnam Style” guy.

11. The “Afro Ninja” guy, good to see he wasn't paralyzed after that.

12. “Alex From Target”

13. The “Hot mugshot guy” had women swooning, at least his "now" photo isn't another mugshot.

14. “Numa Numa” singer Gary Brolsma.

15. The performer from the classic “Evolution of Dance” video.

The Top 5 Female Superheroes That Prove Captain Marvel Isn’t The Only Badass In Town

The Top 5 Female Superheroes That Prove Captain Marvel Isn’t The Only Badass In Town


Last Friday, Captain Marvel was permanently etched into the cultural landscape as a badass superhero. That’s not to say she was unknown (the character was first introduced in 1968), but compared to big-name superheroes like Wonder Woman, Spiderman, Batman, and Wolverine, Captain Marvel wasn’t exactly a household name. To commemorate this exciting event, we’ve decided to count down the Top 5 Female Superheroes that Captain Marvel will have to top before being considered the toughest superheroine around, which might happen sooner rather than later.


5. Rogue

Rogue's power is copying other people's powers. The possibilities are endless, and while she hasn't necessarily hit peak badassery in the movies, copying people's powers means the sky's the limit for her.


4. The Wasp

As far as movies go, The Wasp is still fairly new on the scene. After her superhero debut in Ant-man and the Wasp, she proved she has what it takes to fight alongside the big boys (or girls).


3. X-23

X-23 could seem like an out-of-the-box pick, but after a re-watch of Logan and the viewing of her slashing and dismembering hordes of men, we can't keep her out of the conversation.


2. Storm

Storm's ability is to harness the actual weather. How a mutant ability could possibly do that is another story, but someone who can hit you with a tornado or a bolt of lightning is basically impossible to beat.


1. Wonder Woman

Was it ever going to be anyone else? The 2017 version of Wonder Woman was one of the best superhero films of all time and Gal Gadot's portrayal left the audience feeling as intimidated as we were intrigued. Wonder Woman is going to be the top of the list forever, and Captain Marvel should be hoping to get to No. 2.

10 Musicians Who Got Caught For Oddball Crimes By 'Johnny Law'

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Musicians are just as corruptible as the rest of us. It is commonplace now to see your favorite musicians in trouble with authorities for drug charges or drunken stupors. Drug- and alcohol-related arrests have become something of a staple of the music industry.

However, in rare circumstances, musicians get into trouble for the unlikeliest of transgressions. These strange criminal blunders are undoubtedly rare among musicians, but they are so puzzling and hilarious that they deserve a light shining on them.


10 Paul McCartney

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In 1960, former Beatle Paul McCartney was arrested in Hamburg, Germany, for attempted arson. McCartney and then–Beatles’ drummer Pete Best pinned a condom to the wall of the Bambi Kino, their accommodations while playing in Hamburg, and set the condom on fire.

After living in filthy conditions during the early string of shows, Paul’s arson was a boyish act of protest against the Bambi Kino owner Bruno Koschmider. Renowned for beating customers with a chair leg, Koschmider had put up the Beatles in the back of his porno cinema while they tirelessly played for him in his run-down strip club known as the Indra.

As George Harrison, then 17, was already being deported from Germany for flouting Hamburg’s curfew laws for minors, the Beatles were ready to go home—but not before McCartney and Best set the condom alight.

Koschmider subsequently rang the police, who arrested and detained Best and McCartney before deporting them.[1]

9 Barry White

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Before he had a music career and was nicknamed the “Walrus of Love,” Barry White was something of a criminal in his teens (by his own admission). However, White was hardly a master criminal as evinced by his arrest in 1960 for the theft of car tires which led to subsequent jail time.

As a teenager, White often got into trouble with his brother, Darryl. Barry stated that they were a “two-man gang, respected and feared [who] ran and ruled the streets of our neighborhood.” However, the theft of $30,000 worth of Cadillac tires landed him in prison.

Barry White served four months in prison in 1960. While he was incarcerated, the seeds of the Walrus of Love were sown because White vowed to do away with his minor criminal past and focus on music.[2]


8 D’arcy Wretzky

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D’arcy Wretzky, former bassist for the Smashing Pumpkins, was arrested and eventually imprisoned in 2011 due to her horses escaping her home. Wretzky’s neighbors contacted the police after her horses were left to wander from her farm onto their land. Although she was notified of the offense in 2009, it took until 2011 before her antics led to prison time.

Michigan has an “animals running at large” law that Wretzky breached. However, the law is only a minor offense. It was Wretzky’s repeated absence from four consecutive court dates related to the incident that eventually landed her in jail.

Otherwise, Wretzky would have only had to pay a fine. Nevertheless, she was sentenced to six days imprisonment.[3]

7 Gary Numan

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New wave singer and songwriter Gary Numan found himself on the wrong side of Indian police in 1981 when he was arrested on suspicion of smuggling and spying. As an air display pilot as well as a musician, Numan was flying with a friend over India. After the plane’s engine gave out, they were forced to land.

The pair sought help in a local Indian village but instead were arrested on suspicion of smuggling and spying. As the two men were wearing two watches each, the police thought they were smuggling. Worse still, the pair had cameras on them which gave the police grounds to believe that they were spying.

Little did Numan know, there was actually a Russian submarine base 32 kilometers (20 mi) from where they had landed. Therefore, the Indian police thought that they were taking photographs of that base.

Both Numan and his friend were arrested and detained for four days. Eventually, the pair contacted the Home Office, and they were duly released.[4]

6 Vanilla Ice

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Rapper (sort of) Vanilla Ice got in trouble with authorities in 2004, albeit for something far less sinister than his arrest for burglary in 2015. In fact, it was animal control officials that landed Vanilla Ice in difficulty.

Vanilla Ice’s pet wallaroo, Bucky Buckaroo, and his pet goat, Pancho, decided one day to escape Vanilla Ice’s domicile in Florida. Pancho managed to headbutt open the latch of the gate of their enclosure, and the two went for a ramble in Florida.

The rebellious animals actually scratched one woman and kicked her car after she tried to feed them. Animal control officials eventually captured the two, and their days on the lam were cut short.

Animal control officials caught Vanilla Ice with an expired permit and duly fined him $220. Pancho and Bucky were eventually reunited with their owner.[5]


5 Peter Buck

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REM’s guitarist Peter Buck was arrested for an air rage incident in 2001, but the story was far sillier than it sounds. After allegedly making the mistake of mixing a sleeping pill with alcohol, Buck went on a drunken rampage, much to the chagrin of his fellow passengers.

After being refused any more alcohol, Buck in his already-drunk, loutish state overturned a flight attendant’s trolley and demanded to leave the airplane mid-flight. He had to be pulled away from an exit door. As a pilot attempted to calm the situation, Buck responded that “he was just a f—king pilot and [Buck] was REM.” Even stranger, Buck sprayed flight attendants with yogurt and tried to steal cutlery from the plane.

The guitarist was later cleared of all charges, and he did help to clean up the yogurt mess while on the plane.[6]

4 Bob Dylan

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New Jersey police detained poor old Bob Dylan in 2009 over a simple case of mistaken identity. The icon of folk music was set to headline a concert alongside Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp. But it nearly didn’t happen thanks to New Jersey police officer Kristie Buble, who believed that Dylan was a mad pensioner who had escaped from a hospital.

Dylan went for a stroll around the Long Branch area on his own in the pouring rain when a concerned citizen rang the police about the suspicious-looking character. When Buble arrived to determine what was going on, Dylan told her that he was indeed Bob Dylan. But for the police officer, that just confirmed her suspicions of a madman on the loose.

Apparently forgetting that people age, Buble expected Dylan to look like her memories of him from his younger years. As a result, Buble believed that the man in front of her was a rambling lunatic and not Bob Dylan.[7]

Detained by the police, the musician was taken to his nearby tour bus to confirm his identity. When they reached Dylan’s manager, he showed Dylan’s identification to the now-embarrassed police officer. In her defense, it was a little strange that Dylan was wandering around in the rain, but he’s never been one for conventional behavior.

3 Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman, And Brian Jones
The Rolling Stones

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Although two of the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, were infamously arrested and charged with drug offenses in 1967, it was public urination that saw three of the Rolling Stones—Bill Wyman, Mick Jagger, and Brian Jones—arrested in 1965.

After being refused access to a petrol station lavatory in London, three of the Rolling Stones took it upon themselves to relieve their full bladders by urinating on the petrol station itself. The unsympathetic station owner had denied Bill Wyman the key initially. However, Jagger and Jones also took offense at this.

All three began chanting “we’ll p—s anywhere, man” to the station owner and a nearby mechanic who had witnessed the scene and was merely attempting to move them on. When the owner wouldn’t concede, Jagger, Wyman, and Jones urinated on the wall of the petrol station while still chanting.

After the trio was arrested, they were charged with public indecency and subsequently fined £5 each.[8]

2 Frank Zappa

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In the early years of Frank Zappa’s career, he was not too discerning about where his much-needed money came from. This became painfully apparent in 1962 when Zappa was duped into making porn for an undercover San Bernardino police detective in California.

After creating several scores for low-budget films, Zappa was offered work by a supposed used car salesman to produce a porn film. As the “used car salesman” knew of Zappa’s amateur film credentials, he turned to Zappa for help.

Though Zappa refused to outright make a porn film for the man, Zappa did offer to record audio-only porn with his friend Lorraine Belcher in a studio owned by Zappa. The recording was essentially a mock-up of a couple having sex.

After Zappa made the recording, the “salesman” refused to pay him. Instead, the police raided the studio and seized the tapes. Of course, the “used car salesman” was simply an undercover detective hoping to entrap an unwitting “criminal.”

Zappa was charged with conspiracy to make pornography and given a 10-day prison sentence. This made Zappa a lifelong cynic toward authority.[9]

1 Ozzy Osbourne

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Yet more public urination from a beloved rock star. Throughout his lengthy career, Ozzy Osbourne has been a staple of the typical rock and roll antics that define the genre’s more reckless practitioners.

Ozzy is the epitome of the drunken, drug-induced wild behavior of rock stars. Some of his most outrageous behavior included biting the head off a bat and snorting a line of ants. But in 1982, a drunken Ozzy was arrested for urinating on a historic landmark.

In a drunken stupor, Ozzy stumbled around San Antonio, Texas, looking for a place to relieve himself. Unfortunately, he chose the city’s Cenotaph dedicated to the fallen soldiers in the Battle of the Alamo.

To make this story even stranger, Ozzy was wearing the clothes of his wife, Sharon, the whole time because she had denied him access to his own so that he could not go out and drink. Obviously, it didn’t work. The police arrested Ozzy for public intoxication. He was freed on $40 bond the same day.[10]

25 Of The Dumbest Things Ever Said On Television

25 Of The Dumbest Things Ever Said On Television -


I didn't go to college. I was making records!

Mariah Carey was seen on TV introducing LA Reid for the Snowflake Gala in 2009. She goes to say, “LA Reid’s musical talents and accomplishments are unparalleled; and his philanthropic ef… Listen, honey, I didn’t go to college. I was making records!”


Rap is the new Rock n Roll

Kanye West spoke on BBC Radio about how rap is the new rock n’ roll and how he is the biggest rock star. He ends the interview saying he is a god. No one knows Kanye better than Kanye. While viewers were disturbed by his comments, I’m sure no one was left shocked.


You grew up on tacos, correct?

Fox News host Brian Kilmeade asked meteorologist Maria Molina if she grew up on tacos. Maria then tried to awkwardly laugh it off, informing everyone she was in fact Nicaraguan and tacos are not a Nicaraguan food.


Santa is white.

Megyn Kelly said live on CNN that Santa Claus, a fictional character, is indeed white and will always be. She wanted to make sure all the children watching knew the truth.


Blood was coming out of her eyes, blood was coming out of her... wherever.

President Trump spoke on CNN Tonight about how journalist Megyn Kelly had blood coming out of her eyes and out of her “wherever.” He later tweeted he was referring to her nose, but viewers weren’t buying it.


Our enemies never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.

During a Press Conference in 2007 former president George W. Bush talked about terrorists and their nonstop effort to harm the U.S. While I’m sure Bush didn’t mean to add “neither do we” at the end, he was still caught on camera making that mistake.


If it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.

Todd Akin, a former U.S. Representative, talked about his views on abortions on Fox News and made that comment about rape. He left viewers outraged by his comments on female bodies.


It is the first time in history that fire has melted steel.

After the attacks on 9/11, Rosie O’Donnell made a comment on The View about how the terrorists attack could have been an act from the U.S. government. I’m not sure if she knew it has already been proven that steel melts at about 2,750 degrees Fahrenheit.


Is math related to science?

Katy Perry, an American singer, asked Neil deGrasse, an American astrophysicist, if math was related to science. A baffled Neil then goes on to say that math is the language of the universe.


I spray girls cologne on my pillows.

Ryan Seacrest admitted on his iHeartRadio show to Britney Spears and will.i.am that he sprays girl cologne on his pillow cases to make him feel like someone else is there.


It is a talent to have a brand that is really successful.

Kim Kardashian, a reality TV personality faced backlash after her 60 Minutes interview. She was asked what her talent was and she responded creating a successful brand and making people like her was her talent.


Guys, I'm the worst reader.

Kendall Jenner, a model and reality TV personality messed up her words at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards. However, instead of just moving along with her announcement, she blurted out, “Guys, I’m the worst reader.”


I have an interesting mind but I want to smell like a slut to be honest.

Lady Gaga, a singer and actress, told Maggie Lake on a CNN television interview that while she has an interesting mind, she wanted her new perfume to smell slutty.


I'm tired of pretending like I'm not bitchin, a total freakin rock star from Mars.

Charlie Sheen, an American actor, talked about how special he was on NBC’s Today Show. He then went on to demand a pay raise and how people can’t process him with a normal brain.


Whale Sharks that must mean a whale and a shark have sex.

Tara Reid, an American actress, admitted on Shark After Dark that she was shocked when she found out that whale sharks are not half shark, half whale, but just a name for another kind of shark.


I have decided in 2020 to run for president.

Kanye West announced on MTV Video Music Awards he was going to run for president in 2020. West is known for his shocking quotes but this one seemed to leave viewers concerned for the future of America.


Is that a chicken?!

Kris Jenner is seen holding a pet pig on “Keeping up With the Kardashians.” Kylie Jenner came down the stairs excitedly asking, “Is that a chicken?!” Viewers were left wondering if Kylie actually knew the difference between the two animals.


I'm not about to hire you if your name is Watermelondrea.

Raven Symone, former Disney Chanel star, admitted that she wouldn’t hire anymore with an ethnic sounding or non-traditional name on live television. Viewers were left confused by Ravens opinion because she herself has a non-traditional name.


If you kick every Latino out of this country, who is going to clean your toilets, Donald Trump?

Kelly Osbourne tried to back track her statement about Trump’s immigration policy on The View. Her suggestion that Latino jobs mostly involved cleaning toilets left viewers cringing.


White people shower a lot more than ethnic.

Naya Rivera, an actress and model, shared her views about white people showering more than ethnic people on The View. She went on to justify her claims by saying her white husband showers three times a day while her half black, half Puerto Rican mother only showered once a day.


There is no such things as a chemical imbalance.

Tom Cruise claimed on the Today Show that there was no such thing as a chemical imbalance. He also claimed that psychiatry is a pseudoscience. Tom was widely criticized by his claims.


When a president does it, it means it is not illegal.

David Frost, a British journalist, interviewed President Nixon about allegedly being involved in illegal activity. Nixon simply replied if a president does it, it means it is not illegal.


Is this chicken that I have or fish, I know it's tuna.

Jessica Simpson confused her tuna for chicken on MTV’s Newlyweds. She knew she was eating tuna but wasn’t completely sure since the brand was called “Chicken of The Sea.”


Everything bad that could happen to a person has happened to me.

Paris Hilton, whose father has a net worth of 300 million, spoke about her hard childhood in an interview with CNN in 2011. People were outraged by her ridiculous comment.


Therapy can be a good thing; it can be therapeutic.

Alex Rodriguez, third baseman for the New York Yankees, made an interesting point. Who would of known therapy could be therapeutic.






Fashion changes over time. Today, a man wearing short-shorts is basically a punchline. But what if I told you there was a time when ridiculous outfits featured below were not only acceptable, but sexy? That time was the 1980’s…




13 Movie "Heroes" Who Were Actually The Villains

13 Movie "Heroes" Who Were Actually The Villains -

When it comes to investing ourselves into a film, we always want to root for the good guy; because there always is one. Which means, by necessity, that there’s a bad guy. But what if we’ve been rooting for the wrong guy?Sometimes, the guy that stands up claiming to be the hero, is the bad guy and is the cause of all the bad shit going down.Just think about it.



Leonard Shelby


Let’s be honest here; Leonard is not a good guy. His short term memory loss makes him an unreliable narrator. So, if you watch the film as presented for the first time, you feel sorry for the guy. All he wants is to find the man who killed his wife.Given that he doesn’t remember shit, we learn later, that he already found the guy and it was him. Maybe. He’s fuzzy on the details, but in any case, he’s not the hero of the piece.



Grandpa Joe

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

When you have your own website detailing how much of a shitstick you are, there’s no doubt that you’re the bad guy. There’s any number of reasons, but the most prominent are that he has money to buy tobacco, while everyone else eats cabbage soup. But that’s not even paid for with his own money. For all intents and purposes, Grandpa Joe’s been lying in bed for 20 years, never lifting a finger. He’s got enough energy to criticize but not to give anyone a hand.And yet, once Charlie gets that golden ticket, looks who can suddenly dance and sing? Then, while he’s at the factory, he makes misogynistic comments about the girls and is also kinda racist.He’s not anybody’s sweet ol’ Grampa. He’s a tool.



Peter Pan

There are plenty of theories out there about his evil nature, but the most common ones are that he’s the reason why Captain Hook only has one hand. He started a fight with him over his hatred of grown ups, cut off his hand and fed it to the crocodile, thus making his own arch-enemy, with an arch-enemy of his own.Then there’s this passage from the novel: “The boys on the island vary, of course, in numbers….and when they seem to be growing up, which is against the rules, Peter thins them out; but at this time there were six of them, counting the twins as two.”So when the lost boys get too old, he thins them out? He fucking kills kids when they get older. And let’s not get him started on his kidnapping of Wendy, Michael and John. It’s kidnapping.



Glinda, The Good Witch

Wizard of Oz

We were all duped as kids. We thought that the Wicked Witch of the West was the worst possible character in film, when all she was, was a girl who wanted her shoes back. It’s the good witch, Glinda, who causes all the trouble.When the house lands on the Wicked Witch of the East, Glinda denies the West’s request for the ruby slippers, and gives them to Dorothy. Then she manipulates the events behind the scenes to get Dorothy to Oz, meet the rest of the crew, expose the Wizard, then finally, take down the Wicked Witch.And she didn’t even need to get any dust on her sparkly, pink dress.



Old Rose


Despite what James Cameron says, there was a way for Jack and Rose to fit on that door. But she didn’t even let him try. Because she’s a selfish and spoiled person.There’s a lot to be said about how she was treated by her mom and Cal, and the role of women in society at the time, and I’m certainly not defending the misogyny of the era, but she’s a liar. She promised to marry Cal to ensure the financial future of her family, then cheats on her fiancee. Not cool.But then it’s old Rose who really makes her character unsympathetic. She hoards a $250 Million necklace and never shares it with her family, despite the fact that it was Cal that gave it to her. She could have ensured her family lived debt free, or donated it to a museum, or even gave it to the salvage crew for future expedition funding, but instead, threw it away.



Ferris Bueller

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

While he might seem like the hero to everyone in the school, he’s a truant little bully. He gets his principal in trouble (who’s literal job is to ensure that kids aren’t in class), is a shitty friend to Cameron and ruins his dad’s car, and I don’t think he’s all that nice to Sloane.Dude just needs to accept responsibility and be a grown up.




Top Gun

Frankly, Maverick isn’t a very good member of the US Navy. He doesn’t listen to authority, is a very unsafe pilot, and wrestles with his daddy issues. In reality, someone like him would have been court martialed and drummed out of the military a lot time ago, and probably charged with a few infractions.His attitude makes Iceman look like the sanest one in the bunch, and that’s scary.


20th Century fox

Daniel Hillard

Mrs. Doubtfire

Is this a heartwarming and funny family film or a dark movie about a deranged stalker? It’s hard to tell. We root for Daniel because he just wants to spend time with his kids, and reconcile with his wife. But there’s a good reason that the judge denied his requests. He’s unreliable, and there’s a mention of some sort of substance abuse problem.However wholesome his intentions, he breaks the law trying to sneakily see his kids, almost kills Stu and is a general d-bag to everyone else. He sort of gets what he deserves in the end, but at least he knows it and tries to make it better by being honest and acting like a grown-up.


Warner Bros.


V for Vendetta

Sure, his motivation is to get revenge on what was done to him and free the masses from the Fascist government, but he’s also a terrorist. And a murderous one at that.He kills people, then forces his followers to sacrifice themselves, by giving them the Guy Fawkes masks. The police don’t know who’s the real one, so they just kill everyone. Then he tortures Evey, destroys landmarks, and doesn’t really keep his word. But the bad guys do a lot worse in the film, so I don’t want to condemn him too much.Still a great film though.


Universal Pictures

Happy Gilmore

Happy Gilmore

Sure, Adam Sandler is funny, and he’s trying to save his grandmother’s house from the bank, but he’s also an angry man-child.He’s got some serious anger issues, he picks a fight with Bob Barker, takes out his mentor and is a creepo to his old girlfriend.We can’t really discount all the stupid things he does, just because he’s Happy Gilmore.


Marvel Studios

Tony Stark

Iron Man

This might seem like a stretch, but if you look at the bigger picture, he does turn out to be an enormous dick. He starts off as a playboy, who just fucks around and doesn’t know what his company is up to. If he partied less, he might have known that Obediah Stane was supplying weapons to terrorists. He also would have avoided the whole Aldrich Killian fiasco if he wasn’t such a tool. Then, there’s Ultron. Also his fault.But, more importantly, he leaves the US defenceless when he decides to stop selling weapons. I mean, yes, this is a good idea given how many bad guys have Stark Tech, but also, who’s gonna step up to help protect America. We all saw what happened when Hammer tried to take over. It just just a shortsighted move, and one that gave birth to the violent side of the MCU.


Warner Bros.

Bruce Wayne

The Dark Knight Trilogy

This one is pretty obvious and you can find people talking about it all over the internet. So, why ignore it?Bruce Wayne is a billionare. Given everything that Wayne Enterprises does, he’s not gonna stop being one any time soon. So, instead of spending money on dressing up like a bat, he probably should spend his billions on fixing the city. He could definitely affect more change with his wallet, than with his super gadgets and karate chops.


Warner Bros.


The Harry Potter Series

Pick your reason, because there’s plenty. He could have saved Harry from all the shit he got from the Dursley’s; he didn’t. He allows the Triwizard Tournament to happen and kids get maimed. Plus he’s got a 3 headed dog, crazy staircases, a homicidal tree, a cursed teaching position and a forest full of monsters.But that’s not the worst. He could have told Harry everything about Voldemort, Snape, his destiny, etc.. But instead, he allows kids to go up against The Death Eaters and then allows himself to get offed, leaving Harry alone.







The 24 Greatest Sidekicks in Movie History

The 24 Greatest Sidekicks in Movie History -

In every movie, there’s always someone who’s got to be the hero. They’re the lead, the one the movie’s named after, the good guy, etc… They can do it all and will save the day. Except there’s a catch. Most of the best good guys out there, don’t even do it alone. Han Solo’s got Chewy, Batman’s got Robin and Harry’s got the lovable doofus Ron Weasley. Without them, they’d probably fail.Below, are some of the greatest hero/sidekick combos in history. It’s my arbitrary list, based on the amount of times I’ve watched and loved these films. It’s not definitive and it’s not set in stone. Except for the top 5. Those are true sidekicks.Someone’s got to keep the good guy in check, right?

New Line Cinema

1) Samwise Gamgee

C’mon, he was a homebody who only went on an epic 12 hour (extended edition), because he didn’t want Frodo to go alone. And no matter what, he never left Frodo’s side, fought that demon spider, and carried him the rest of the way.No, one does not simply walk into Mordor; you get carried by the best sidekick of all time.


2) Chewbacca

These two are one of the greatest dynamic duo’s in cinematic history. Sure, there’s a life debt involved, but these two are true friends and partners.

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3) Spock

Spock is the ultimate wingman; unemotional, logical, but also a fucking badass. He and Kirk have been through mirror universes, time travel, fighting each other and even death, and they’re still solid.He’s always going have Kirk’s back (unless he get sucked into a strange vortex and dies like a bitch. Never was ok with Star Trek: Generations doing that.)


4) Donkey

This movie is the epitome of an annoying character becoming one of the most beloved. In the first film, you’d never guess that Shrek and Donkey would become the dynamic duo that they are, and kudos to Donkey for sticking it out and suffering through Shrek’s dick-atry.An onion, indeed.

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5) Short Round

I grew up on Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom on repeat, and of all the sidekicks that Indy has (Marcus Body, Sallah, his dad), I love Short Round the best. He’s loyal, hilarious, and easily the most competent, and he knows it’s all about the “Fortune and Glory.”

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6) Doc Brown

If you can support each other across three different time periods and still remain tight, you’re a good hero/sidekick combo. These two are some of the best.


7) R2-D2

Let’s all be adults here; C-3P0 is a bit of a wet blanket. He complains, corrects and frankly, he knew who Darth Vader was as a kid and didn’t warn anyone. So, there’s that.Despite all that, his badass buddy Artoo, never leaves his side.

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8) John Watson

Pretty much any version of Watson can be on this list as his relationship with Holmes is defined by how crucial he is to the adventure. But in the RDJ films, he requires so much more patience and dedication to handle this particular Sherlock.

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9) Robin

As much as I can find some appreciation for the latter two WB movies prior to the Nolan relaunch, I don’t like Chris O’Donnell’s Robin. But Burt Ward? Man, that guy was a true sidekick.Holy loyal-best-friends-until-the-end, Batman!

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10) Ron Weasley

It’s not easy being the best friend of the Chosen One, but Ron does it superbly. In fact, without him and Hermione, Harry’d probably be lost and a little fucked up.Plus, young Ron is hilarious as fuck.


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11) Walter Sobchak

I’m sure it doesn’t take much to hang out with the Dude, under normal circumstances. But the stuff in this film isn’t normal, but Walter takes relish in diving right into get what the Dude rightfully deserves.

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12) Maverick and Goose

Goose is the ideal wingman; he drinks, he supports his co-pilot and his death drives Maverick to become the Navy pilot he’s destined to be.

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13) Garth Algar

While Wayne’s got all the personality, Garth is the perfect wingman and supportive buddy. He never complains, and knows just the right thing to say, and when to say it.But his drum skills are sick.


14)Buzz Lightyear

It took him a while to come around and realize that he was a toy, but when he did, he became the partner that Woody needed.

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15) Sam

While most will say that Casablanca is about the rekindled love affair between Rick and Ilsa, it’s really about the bromance between Rick and Sam. They’re a team in Paris before the war, and they’re together when Ilsa reappears in Morocco.

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16) Cameron Frye

While I still maintain that Ferris is a bully and an ungrateful little shit, he does help Cameron out of his funk. Cameron, in return, helps Ferris have his fun. That’s what best friends are for.

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17) Wilson the Volleyball

You can’t underestimate the importance of this ball. It was all Chuck had on the island, and it kept him human and sane.Watching him float away was traumatizing.


18) Silent Bob/Jay

I’d argue that neither one of these is the sole sidekick, but they’re more co-sidekicks to one another. And I love ’em.So pumped for the new Jay and Silent Bob film coming out later this year.

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19) Ed

Shaun’s a slacker and a loser, and luckily for him, he’s got a buddy who’s the same way. But somehow, Ed and Shaun show up, kill the zombies and live happily ever after.That’s the kind of positivity you need in your life.


20) Hit Girl

Frankly, she’s only considered a sidekick based on the fact that it’s his movie. In reality, she’s Big Daddy’s sidekick, and then Kick-Ass becomes hers. In any case, a profane pre-teen is just what everyone needs by their side at at time like this.

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21) Mini Me

The very definition of sidekick, mini me was a solid guy. Not completely evil, but also not a good guy. His morally grey attitude made him one of the better characters in the movies.

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22) Benjamin Buford “Bubba” Blue

They weren’t together very long, but Bubba was a positive influence on Forrest and led to the creation of the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.


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23) Cal Naughton 

You’d think that nothing could break up this “Shake and Bake” duo, but stuff does. Namely a French racer, a smokin’ hot wife and the loss of one’s mojo. But they find their way together in the end.

13 Famous People Who Prove There’s a Fine Line Between Genius and Madness

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Have you ever noticed that geniuses often behave strangely? For example, Victor Hugo shaved off half of his hair and beard to deter himself from going outside and distracting himself from writing his novel. Charles Dickens liked to visit the Paris morgue and Sarah Bernhardt used to sleep in a coffin.

Charles Darwin

The famous naturalist and traveler had really weird food preferences. During his trip around the world, Charles Darwin not only studied the faunal diversity, but also ate every single creature he met, including insects.

He really liked armadillo and an unnamed chocolate-colored rodent, but was disappointed with a puma stew. Darwin was even a member of The Glutton Club: they met each week and discussed which exotic dishes they’d tried.

Abraham Lincoln

The 16th president of the USA used to keep all important documents in his famous hat. What’s more, he started growing a beard after one young girl said that all ladies loved sideburns.

Victor Hugo

The writer forced himself to work using some weird methods. He made his servants take all his clothes away, so that he wasn’t able to leave his house. And when he worked on The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, he cut off half of his beard and hair and threw the scissors away.

Gabrielle Coco Chanel

The famous fashion designer always carried scissors around her neck. Once she noticed one of her models came wearing a dress created by another designer. Chanel cut her garment and said it looked more elegant that way.

Friedrich Schiller

Once Johann Goethe was waiting for Friedrich Schiller in his office. Suddenly he noticed an unpleasant smell. Trying to find where it came from, he opened a desk drawer, and found a pile of rotten apples. It turned out that the smell inspired the writer and helped him work.

Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens’ favorite entertainment was to visit the Paris morgue. He admitted, “When I’m Paris, an unknown force makes me visit the morgue. I don’t want to go there, but I go.” The writer also used to follow a champagne diet prescribed by a doctor.

Henry Ford

The American inventor liked to eat weeds. Ford went into the fields, picked the grass under his feet, and made sandwiches, salads, and soups out of it. He thought of the body as a machine and that the stomach was like a boiler and needed the proper fuel to run efficiently.

George Gordon Byron

Lord Byron was a really eccentric person who loved animals. When he entered Cambridge, he tried to carry his dog with him though pet dogs were banned.

When he was prohibited, the poet bought a bear and took it to his room. He argued that since bears weren’t specifically mentioned in their statutes, the college had no legal grounds for complaint. Byron won the argument against the college and the bear stayed with him in his room.

Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde also liked exotic animals. He loved to walk with his pet lobster and used to go with a white rat to the theatre.

Clark Gable

The actor was obsessed with cleanliness. He always changed his clothes, took a shower several times a day, but avoided using a bath (in Gable’s mansion, there were no baths at all.) He was disgusted by the thought of sitting in dirty water.

Thomas Edison

The inventor had an unusual method of hiring new research scientists. He invited them for dinner, offered them a bowl of soup, and watched. Those who added salt before trying a dish were ruled out. Edison didn’t want to work with people who drew conclusions before carrying out an experiment.

Sarah Bernhardt

This French “theatre queen” was also really eccentric. She had a coffin that she always took with her when she moved around. She slept, read, and learned her roles by heart in there.

Ludwig Van Beethoven

The composer had many different oddities. For example, he rarely shaved, since he thought shaving was bad for creativity. He also didn’t pay attention to his looks. His clothes were usually dirty and ragged and his gray hair stood on end. What’s more, he requested coffee made of exactly 60 beansonly.

Bonus: David Bowie

Do you remember David’s famous look when he had no eyebrows and red hair? People used to think he shaved his eyebrows on purpose. But in fact, they fell out as a result of a nervous breakdown that occurred when his song Drive-In Saturday was rejected.

10 Bizarre Celebrity Conspiracies

10 Bizarre Celebrity Conspiracies

Hollywood! It's the epicentre of showbusiness and celebrity life. But according to these, theories, Hollywood and the celebrities in it, is a WHOLE lot darker than we ever thought - if you choose to believe them of course... These are 10 Bizarre Celebrity Conspiracies!

10 Golden Hollywood Scandals That Were Covered Up

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It may be tempting to think that Hollywood today has reached its lowest point in regard to its ethics and those of its stars. Unfortunately, it seems that the movie business has attracted scandal since its birth.

In addition, to maintain the reputation of its stars, studios have always hired fixers, double dealers, and outright shysters to do the dirty work for them. Here are 10 scandals from the Golden Age of Hollywood that they tried to cover up.

10 Loretta Young Adopted Her Own Child

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Loretta Young had it all. She was beautiful. She was successful. She was recognized, even winning an Oscar for her 1947 performance in The Farmer’s Daughter. And she was hiding a secret.

After she finished shooting The Call of the Wild in 1935, Young disappeared from view. When she returned to public life 18 months later, she brought along her “adopted” daughter, Judy. In fact, the child was her own, the product of a brief relationship with (married) Clark Gable. It is unclear if the relationship was consensual.

Young was a strict Catholic and would not have contemplated aborting the child. The secret was kept from everyone, including her daughter, for 31 years. Although rumors of the child’s true parentage were whispered around Hollywood for years, they were only officially confirmed in a memoir published after the star’s death.[1]

9 Joan Crawford Did A Porno

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Joan Crawford was one of MGM’s biggest stars. She was known to be ambitious and somewhat ruthless in her pursuit of her career. She won an Oscar for her leading role in Mildred Pierce in 1945 and received two other Oscar nominations and a host of other awards. Crawford was Hollywood gold.

This must have made the persistent rumors that she had begun her career with roles in porn a little awkward. She is said to have starred in a film called Velvet Lips. At one point, her brother was offering copies to the highest bidder. There are no longer any copies of the film in existence, possibly due to the efforts of studio fixers employed to see that stars were not embarrassed by their indiscretions.

Crawford’s first husband, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., confirmed that she was blackmailed over the films, even receiving threatening calls when they were on their honeymoon. A film was sent to the studio, but the company lawyer denied that the woman in the film was Crawford.

She denied participating in porn films until the end of her life. However, her FBI file (because, you know, McCarthy and all that) appears to confirm the existence of the film. Crawford’s biographers state that “a film of Crawford in compromising positions was circulated . . . to be used at smokers” (men-only stag parties).[2]

They also suggest that the file contains evidence that the studio paid Crawford’s brother as much as $100,000 to stop him from leaking the film. This is supported by mysterious payments made by Crawford to the studio, which are supposedly repayment for the blackmail money.

Crawford’s family problems continued after her death. Her daughter, whom Crawford had disinherited, published a tell-all memoir, Mommie Dearest, which depicted the star in a whole new light.

8 Jean Harlow Was Forced To Marry

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Jean Harlow was the original blonde bombshell. She catapulted to stardom after appearing in Howard Hughes’s Hell’s Angels. It is fair to say that Harlow had a tumultuous life. She married her first husband on January 18, 1927, at age 15 and was divorced a few years later. Her second husband was killed in a gunshot accident, though there was much speculation that she had killed him.

Then she had an affair with a married boxer. When the scandal threatened to become public, the studio forced her to marry cinematographer Harold Rosson. However, the marriage was for public consumption only and they quietly divorced a few months later when the scandal was forgotten.

Harlow did want to marry William Powell. She fell for him in 1935 on the set of Reckless and wanted to get married, have a family, and give up acting. But Powell was not reckless. He had just been divorced from Carole Lombard and thought the public might not like him to marry so soon. He also made it clear that he never wanted children.

Powell’s caution, however, only went so far, and Harlow soon found herself pregnant. Knowing that he did not want children and that the studio would not tolerate an unmarried mother, Harlow aborted the baby that she wanted and never told Powell what had happened.[3]

7 William Randolph Hearst Tried To Shoot Charlie Chaplin (And Killed Someone Else Instead)

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William Randolph Hearst was a businessman, politician, and newspaper publisher. In fact, he was a tycoon with the largest newspaper business in the world, one of the most powerful people in America, and the inspiration for Orson Welles’s masterpiece, Citizen Kane. Hearst was known to be ruthless, hot-tempered, and, occasionally, downright nasty.

So it is fair to assume that he would not have taken news of his mistress having an affair lying down. He believed that Marion Davies was sleeping with Charlie Chaplin. Instead of confronting Chaplin outright, Hearst invited Chaplin and a number of other film people to join Hearst on his yacht. This must have made for rather uncomfortable small talk.

Thomas Ince was a Hollywood producer who specialized in Western films. His studio was profitable for a while, but it began to flounder. Looking for investors, Ince boarded Hearst’s yacht, hoping that the trip would change his fortunes. It did.

The official version of the death—certainly the one that Hearst had printed with indecent haste in his newspapers—was that Ince had developed digestive problems which proved fatal despite his swift hospitalization. Ince’s body was immediately cremated.

Despite Hearst’s vigorous attempts to control the publicity surrounding Ince’s death, rumors kept surfacing that Hearst had shot at Chaplin, missed, and killed Ince instead. Although the Los Angeles Times ran the headline “Movie Producer Shot on Hearst Yacht,” it was swiftly pulled and later editions carried no mention of the shooting.[4]

A secretary aboard the yacht was quoted as saying that he had seen Ince bleeding from a bullet wound to the head. Ince’s wife was unavailable for comment as she had embarked upon a sudden tour of Europe.

 6 Tallulah Bankhead Had Multiple Abortions

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Tallulah Bankhead was as famous inside Hollywood for her sexual activity as she was for her beauty around the rest of the world. At one point, she was said to have had 185 notches on her bedpost and she hadn’t finished counting.

Knowing that the studios would not have tolerated a pregnant star, Bankhead had four abortions by age 30. She wasn’t the only one. The studios had established protocols for this contingency and booked women into hospitals under false names for vague procedures. They were attended only by their own doctors, and visitors were strictly prohibited.

Bankhead was one of the few regular visitors to the hospital. She was briefly married to a man whose proposal she accepted because “he’s the only one who ever asked me.” It didn’t last.

Her promiscuity was legendary. She had affairs with men and women, often in semipublic places, and made a practice of opening her door to visitors naked. She is even said to have flashed the audience while performing in a Broadway play, causing a priest and three nuns to walk out.

Bankhead is said to have regretted her abortions later in life when she found herself unable to have children due to a hysterectomy performed after she contracted gonorrhea.[5]

5 Patricia Douglas Was Raped

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Patricia Douglas was a wannabe star. At 20, she was invited to attend an audition for MGM studios. Unknown to her, the “audition” was a party thrown by Louis B. Mayer for MGM’s sales executives. The party had been in swing for three days by the time Douglas attended, believing that she might be getting her “big break.”

Douglas was not worldly wise. She was a virgin from Kansas City, Missouri, who dreamed of being a star. She was not the only girl invited. In all, around 120 young women were bused in to “entertain” approximately 300 drunken delegates at a remote ranch. Dressed in cowboy hats, short skirts, and boots, the girls were promised a hot meal and $7.50 for the entire day.

Still under the impression that they were taking part in a screen test, the girls had their makeup done and were told to wait on the “set.” Knowing that the film business was difficult and wanting to be professional, they waited for their cue. However, the sales executives believed that the girls were a different sort of professional altogether.[6]

Without transport or telephones, the women had no means of escape and had to fend off the male advances as best they could.

Douglas was brutally raped. Unlike others in Hollywood, she refused to be bought off and chose to press charges against MGM salesman David Ross. MGM hired the Pinkerton Detective Agency to dig up dirt on Douglas. When they could find none, they coerced people into claiming she was a promiscuous woman who had a sexually transmitted disease.

The parking lot attendant initially said that he had seen her being attacked but later changed his mind. Afterward, his children admitted that his later statements were untrue. Douglas’s character was destroyed, and her assailant got away with rape.

4 Errol Flynn Was A Pervert

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It’s not a secret that Errol Flynn had a large sexual appetite. The phrase “in like Flynn” was popularized after his trial for the statutory rape of two girls. Flynn was acquitted of all charges, and the trial only increased his reputation as a Lothario.

Flynn began his Hollywood career after working as a river guide for a film crew, fighting off crocodiles, and dodging arrows from headhunters (apparently true). He was spotted and offered a role in a remake of Mutiny on the Bounty.

In addition to Flynn’s predilection for underage girls, other rumors followed him around. It is said that he lost his virginity at age 10. He had a two-way mirror installed in his bedroom and another allegedly in the bathroom.

He was famous for his sexual “experiments” fueled by drink and drugs, but nothing seemed to dampen the public’s enthusiasm for him. Flynn died at age 50 of a heart attack. It is alleged that the coroners at the inquest removed a number of genital warts from the body as souvenirs.[7]

3 Judy Garland Was Forced To Take Drugs

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Judy Garland was first spotted by an MGM scout in 1935 as a young teen. They liked her voice and her acting but not her looks. She was signed and immediately began playing girl-next-door roles, working six days a week for up to 18 hours a day. To keep her energy up and her weight down, the studio supplied her with amphetamines. When it came time to stop work, they gave her sleeping pills.

Garland married at 19 against the wishes of the studio and was ordered back to work 24 hours after the wedding. When she became pregnant, they arranged for her to have an abortion.

By the time she began work on Meet Me in St. Louis in her early twenties, Judy Garland was completely reliant on amphetamines. The studio “protected” her by not allowing anyone else near her. When she called in sick, they recouped their lost production costs from her paycheck.

At one point, Garland checked into a hospital to learn to eat and sleep properly again. But when she came out, studio bosses ordered her to lose weight and she went straight back on the pills.

When Garland’s life began to spiral out of control, the studios abandoned her. She died from a barbiturate overdose in 1969 at age 47.[8]

2 George Raft Really Was A Gangster

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George Raft specialized in playing tough guys like convicts, crooks, and mobsters. Perhaps it was Raft’s real-life association with mobsters that influenced casting directors. His first role was a coin-tossing henchman in Scarface, which set the precedent for his career. He is known to have had lifelong associations with Mafia men like Owney Madden and Bugsy Siegel.

Raft had grown up in Hell’s Kitchen, a poor area of New York where his best friend, Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel, taught Raft how to flip coins. Raft admitted to running bootleg liquor operations for the mob. Later, Siegel, a known mobster with movie connections, helped Raft break into the movie business.

The Mafia never seemed to be far away from Raft’s film work. Al Capone even showed the Scarface director how to fire a tommy gun.[9]

1 Alfred Hitchcock Was A Stalker

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Alfred Hitchcock was a gifted director, but he was also rather peculiar. Though he was married for 54 years, he claimed to have had sex only once. It didn’t stop him from becoming obsessed with his leading ladies, however. Grace Kelly and Janet Leigh both complained about his controlling nature. He refused to allow them to speak to other cast members or drive to the set with anyone other than him.

But it was Tippi Hedren who really became the focus of his obsession. While Hitchcock was riding high from the success of Psycho, he picked the unknown actress Hedren to star in The Birds. She became an instant star. But she was also tied to a contract with Hitchcock which left her in a vulnerable position.

On the set of The Birds, the director ordered the other cast members not to speak to her or touch her. Meanwhile, he told Hedren that they didn’t like her. He made several advances to her, which she rebuffed. Hedren claims that the scenes where she was attacked by birds were Hitchcock’s revenge.[10]

Instead of using mechanical crows as they were supposed to, he used live birds, which were attached to her by elastic. The birds became distressed and viciously attacked her. Filming one scene with real birds attacking her in a bedroom took five days.

Eventually, she snapped. According to Hedren, Hitchcock was so offended when she called him a “fat pig” and rebuffed his advances that he set out to ruin her. He would not use her again, but he refused to allow her to work for other directors.

When her work on The Birds won an award, he would not allow her time to collect it. Hedren also claimed that Hitchcock actively campaigned against her to prevent a nomination for an Oscar for her role.

Though Hedren continued to work, her career never really recovered.

11 Times Method Acting Nearly Destroyed Actors' Lives

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Method acting, which was born within the philosophy of the Stanislavski system and popularized by the Strasberg Institute, has many famous adherents: from Marlon Brando to Marilyn Monroe. The past 40 years, though, have ushered in a rise of brilliant actors who took method acting way too far. While some of the best overall acting can come from the practice, these stories will leave you wondering if it was really worth the risk.

"Too far," of course, is a subjective term. For many, the insane commitment simply comes with the territory. But as is the case with almost any experiment, things can backfire. Heath Ledger - who may have actually sacrificed his life for his unforgettable turn as the Joker - tops the list of actors whose lives were destroyed by method acting. Or so the legend goes, anyway.

The business abounds with method acting consequences that were as extreme as they were short-lived. Consider Christian Bale, who almost starved himself to death for his role in The Machinist. Or Divine, who famously upstaged everyone by actually eating a piece of real dog sh*t for the sake of art.

While consuming dog sh*t may not be one of the worst manifestations of method acting, it's surely the most repulsive (even though Nicolas Cage did eat a live cockroach for Vampire's Kiss). But there's a lot more where that came from, so read on to inquire further - and vote up the actors who went above and beyond for their craft.


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Christian Bale, who made his feature debut in 1987's Mio in the Land of Faraway, has always been known as an actor unafraid to take his craft to the extreme. But in 2004's The Machinist, he went way beyond the pale - and almost beyond mortality, itself.

According to sources, Bale dined on just a can of tuna and an apple each day for weeks leading up to the beginning of production. As Bale's co-star Michael Ironside remembers it:

I came to work one day... and I heard 'pssst...Michael!' from behind one of the cabanas. And I went over, and it was Chris. And he said, 'Can you look at this?' And he turned and dropped his overalls, which he was naked under... and the muscles in his ass had literally dropped out of the sockets of his hips... I said, 'You've gone beyond body fat, and now you're into actual muscle tissue and things are being affected.

Nevertheless, Bale persevered, and garnered widespread critical acclaim for his performance.

Malcolm McDowell Temporarily Blinded Himself For 'A Clockwork Orange'

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Actor Malcolm McDowell was almost as much of a perfectionist as director Stanley Kubrick. When it came to doing multiple takes of potentially physically damaging scenes, though, said dedication sometimes backfired.

During the famous "forced viewing" sequence in A Clockwork Orange, real eye doctors were used. But McDowell still suffered harrowing damage in the form of a scratched cornea and, worse yet, temporary blindness - all as a result of having his "eyes propped open for too long."

Shia LaBeouf Yanked His Teeth Out And Stabbed Himself In The Face For 'Fury'

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Since his beginnings as a Disney kid, Shia LaBeouf has evolved into something of a spectacularly dedicated Method actor. He may have had real, onscreen sex for Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac, but that pales in comparison to what he did for 2014's Fury.

As LaBeouf told Dazed Digital, "I pulled my tooth out, knifed my face up and spent days watching horses die. I didn’t bathe for four months."

Divine Literally Ate Sh*t For 'Pink Flamingos'

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In 1975, Pier Paolo Pasolini shook the cinematic world with Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom, which featured a banquet of sh*t. However, said feast was just chocolate. And that's why the scene doesn't have anything on what Divine did in 1972's Pink Flamingos: literally eat dog poop... fresh from the canine's bowels... right off the street.

As Divine, the stage name of Harris Glenn Milstead, once revealed, "I followed that dog around for three hours just zooming in on its assh*le." After the act, however, Milstead became paranoid, and apparently called a Baltimore emergency room to ask about the potentially "harmful effects" of ingesting dog waste. A shocking stroke of method acting, but not one likely to ever be repeated.

Klaus Kinski Went To Extremes In Pretty Much Everything

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Relegating Klaus Kinski to the ranks of "mere" Method acting seems almost quaint. Kinski - whose onscreen insanity is legendary - drove himself to extremes for veritably every part he played. He was so crazed in his Fitzcarraldo role that a couple of the Peruvian natives (and extras) on the set allegedly offered to kill him for director Werner Herzog. According to Herzog, he declined, but only because he needed Kinski in order to finish the movie.

And during the filming of Crawlspace, he got so far into his role as a deranged former Nazi he started multiple fights on set, and almost got fired outright.

Adrien Brody Starved Himself For 'The Pianist'

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Christian Bale isn't the only actor to have nearly starved himself to oblivion for a role. He had a notable inspiration and predecessor: the 6'1" Adrien Brody, who dropped down to a dangerous 130 pounds for Roman Polanski's award-winning 2002 film The Pianist.

The movie, which chronicles the concentration camp days of pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman, was a personal and a professional commitment for Brody. As he told the SF Gate:

[Szpilman] survived this and made (his experiences) available to the world... playing a real person, you have the obligation to do it the right way. During the time I was starving myself, the thing I was most comforted by was playing the music. It calmed me and allowed me to some degree to distract myself from my own loneliness at that time.

Billy Bob Thornton Walked Around With Glass In His Shoes For 'Sling Blade'

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Billy Bob Thornton's Sling Blade has become a beloved cult classic. And Thornton was deeply committed to his role as the mentally disabled Karl Childers - right down to the last detail. Legend has it Thornton even put crushed glass in his shoes to make Karl's walk "more awkward and consistent."

Heath Ledger May Have Lost His Life To His Joker Role

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The extent to which Heath Ledger's final role in The Dark Knight might have contributed to his untimely end remains controversial. As the actor told The New York Times:

Last week I probably slept an average of two hours a night. I couldn’t stop thinking. My body was exhausted, and my mind was still going.

As a result, Ledger started taking Ambien as a sleep aid - and the rest is history. Many who know him insist there was no relationship, though, between the role and his fatal overdose.

Daniel Day-Lewis Caught Pneumonia Because He Refused To Wear A Modern Coat While Filming 'Gangs Of New York'

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Like Klaus Kinski, Daniel Day-Lewis is known for pulling out all the stops to embody his characters. For his role as Christy Brown, an artist with cerebral palsy, in 1989's My Left Foot, Day-Lewis never left his wheelchair.

Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York was no exception. Supposedly, Day-Lewis refused to break character on or off set. According to sources, though it was storming outside, Day-Lewis refused to wear a proper coat as it wouldn't be period-accurate. He subsequently got pneumonia.

Nicolas Cage Ate A Live Cockroach For 'Vampire's Kiss'

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Two years before he played Sailor Ripley in 1990's Wild at Heart, Nicolas Cage starred in Vampire's Kiss, which has since become a cult classic. Cage played Peter Loew, an unstable literary agent who believes he's been bitten by a vampire.

Cage took the role seriously, insisting on not staging the scene in which Peter eats a live cockroach. As Cage admitted, "Every muscle in my body didn't want to do it, but I did it anyway."

Chloë Sevigny Performed A Real Sex Act In 'The Brown Bunny'

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When Chloë Sevigny performed "un-simulated fellatio" on her The Brown Bunny co-star (and former flame) Vincent Gallo - who also wrote and directed the film - a veritable scandal ensued. Sevigny claims that she doesn't regret anything, but the scene's fallout was difficult to endure for the actor.

According to an interview with W Magazine, Sevigny admits the scene had an adverse affect on her personal life. "It hurt me, in a lot of ways... some relationships have had trouble with it. Of course, my mom and I don’t talk about it.”

On the other hand, part of the reason Sevigny agreed the scene was to "push back against her growing fame at the time," which is the admirable mark of a true indie pioneer.

Mia Khalifa Cusses Out Radio Show Host For Introducing Her As A Former Porn Star

Mia Khalifa Cusses Out Radio Show Host For Introducing Her As A Former Porn Star






The Complete Timeline Of Jussie Smollett's Alleged Assault And Eventual Arrest

The Complete Timeline Of Jussie Smollett's Alleged Assault And Eventual Arrest



On January 29, 2019, Empire actor Jussie Smollett told authorities he was the victim of a hate crime. According to the openly gay Black actor, two men attacked him around 2 am in Streeterville, a neighborhood on the north side of Chicago. Smollett alleged his assailants put a noose around his neck while yelling, "This is MAGA country," poured an unknown chemical on him, and screamed racial and anti-gay statements.

As news of the reported incident hit social media, celebrities, 2020 Democratic Presidential candidates, and even President Trump voiced outrage at such a vile act. Three weeks after the alleged chain of events, the narrative of the night changed. The Chicago Police Department (CPD) have since said they believe Smollett lied. CPD charged Smollett with disorderly conduct, claiming that he filed a false report. Police formally took Smollett into custody on February 21, 2019.

So, what exactly happened with the Jussie Smollett case? If Smollett did file a false report, he could be facing severe legal consequences. Smollett's legal representation maintains their client's innocence. Here are the key moments from the still-evolving Jussie Smollett story.



18 Child Actors From Our Favorite Movies That Are All Grown Up

18 Child Actors From Our Favorite Movies That Are All Grown Up -

1. Dakota Blue Richards — Lyra from The Golden Compass (2007)

2. Bailee Madison — May Belle from Bridge to Terabithia (2007)

3. Josh Hutcherson — Gabe from Little Manhattan (2005)

4. Anna Chlumsky — Vada from My Girl (1991)

5. Madeline Carroll — Juli from Flipped (2010)

6. Amandla Stenberg — Rue from The Hunger Games (2012)

7. Willow Shields — Primrose from The Hunger Games (2012)

8. Joey King — Molly from Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)

9. Kara Hayward — Suzi from Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

10. Saoirse Ronan — Susie from The Lovely Bones (2009)

11. Sophie Nélisse — Liesel from The Book Thief (2013)

12. Eliza Bennett — Meggie from Inkheart (2008)

13. Sophie Turner — Sansa from Game of Thrones (2011)

14. AnnaSophia Robb — Violet from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

15. Philip Wiegratz — Augustus from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

16. Bradley Pierce — Peter from Jumanji (1995)

17. Kirsten Dunst — Judy from Jumanji (1995)

18. Taylor Momsen — Cindy Lou Who from How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)

27 Famous Celebrities From The Past And How They Look Today - Then vs. Now

27 Famous Celebrities From The Past And How They Look Today - Then vs. Now -

1. Brooke Shields

2. Thomas Anders

3. Dieter Bohlen

4. Amy Yasbeck

5. Don Johnson

6. C. C. Catch

7. Boy George

8. John Goodman

9. Erika Eleniak

10. Jennifer Beals

11. Steve Buscemi

12. Geena Davis

13. Karen Allen

14. Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio

15. Kelly McGillis

16. Brigitte Nielsen

17. Linda Kozlowski and Paul Hogan

18. Nastassja Kinski

19. Daryl Hannah

20. Michael J. Fox

21. Kathleen Turner

22. Olivia Newton-John

23. Nancy Allen

24. Andie MacDowell

25. Jamie Lee Curtis

26. Meg Ryan

27. Anjelica Huston

17 People Who Met Celebrities IRL And Surprise, They Were Nice!

17 People Who Met Celebrities IRL And Surprise, They Were Nice! -



At the end of January, a Twitter user named Boner Vivant asked their followers to share stories of how they accidentally met famous people and had a good experience with them. Followers started sharing their stories and the tweet went viral, generating more than 1,600 responses.

14 Absolutely Insane Courtney Love Stories That Could Have Only Happened To Courtney Love

14 Absolutely Insane Courtney Love Stories That Could Have Only Happened To Courtney Love


There are many crazy Courtney Love stories, insane but true incidents that range from the bizarre to the pathetic. After an unconventional upbringing and a youth spent dancing topless and making movies, Love first burst into the music scene in the late '80s as the frontwoman of the alt-rock outfit Hole. She quickly captured the public's imagination with her babydoll dresses and brash, in-your-face lyrics. Love's celebrity increased once she fell in love with – and eventually married – Kurt Cobain of Nirvana.

Initially, wild Courtney Love tales only endeared her to the grunge audience that worshipped her and her husband as the Bonnie and Clyde of rock 'n' roll. But beneath Love's occasional flashes of brilliance, a relentlessly public slide into addiction, bad behavior, and arrogance eventually destroyed any semblance of a positive image and career for her. And when you're talking about the craziest things Courtney Love has done, you can't leave her parenting off the table; she used heroin while she was pregnant and reportedly hasn't been the most attentive mother since.

The numerous freakouts and repeated public appearances while under the influence have permanently marked Love as a laughing stock and punchline within the music industry. Facts about Courtney Love aren't easy to read, but they paint a strangely fascinating portrait of a complicated, controversial woman.