We examine whether Christopher Nolan intended to feature the Joker in “The Dark Knight Rises” before the untimely death of actor Heath Ledger.
Discover whether Bruce Willis’ Emmy-winning guest role on “Friends” really came about because he lost a bet to Matthew Perry.
We figure out just when George Lucas decided that Luke and Leia were twins: Was it before or after he had them kiss in “The Empire Strikes Back”?
We head to Philadelphia to tackle a popular fan theory about the real name of the Waitress on the long-running FX/FXX comedy.
With the current controversy over what it means to be “too rough” to play James Bond, we take a look at a famous actor who actually did lose the role of Bond for being too rough.
This week we discover whether the “Star Wars” icon had a second, uncredited career polishing scripts for Hollywood movies.
Discover how close a “How I Met Your Mother” mystery from the first season came to being revealed on one of the last episodes of the show.
Discover just how close “Toy Story” came to being shut down by Disney, and the odd reason for the studio’s problems with the script.
Learn whether “South Park” was originally supposed to be about a vast alien conspiracy, much like the classic series, “The X-Files.”
Discover how an Internet parody of “Snakes on a Plane” led to alterations to the Samuel L. Jackson film.
Discover which surprising “Friends” character nearly had a baby, and why the sitcom’s producers changed their minds.
This week, prepare to learn about the complicated world of film rights when we delve into whether Marvel owns the right to make a “Hulk” movie.