This week we return to a galaxy far, far away to find out whether George Lucas inserted a shot of a severed arm to avoid the dreaded G rating from the MPAA.
This week, we celebrate Laverne Cox’s historical Emmy nomination by revealing an unsung transgender nominee from 30 years ago.
We explore a movie legend making the rounds this week: that the late actor’s extensive ad-libbing in Aladdin made the Disney film ineligible for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar.
This week, we don our pastels to learn whether the hit 1980s drama really originated as a two-word network memo stating simply “MTV Cops.”
This week, we examine the history of Disney’s animated hit, and learn how the Oscar-winning “Let It Go” changed the plot of the film.
This week, we unwrap whether Sarah Michelle Gellar was banned from McDonald’s for life over a series of commercials she made as a little girl.
As time runs out on 24: Live Another Day, we examine whether Kiefer Sutherland decided to play along with his own 24 drinking game.
This week, we look back at the sad origins of the tagline, “no animals were harmed in the making of this film.”
This week we discover whether the hit 1980s sitcom The Golden Girls owes its existence to a joke by the network.
This week we travel back to long time ago to discover when George Lucas came up with the idea to produce prequels to his Star Wars films.
This week, we discover whether Mr. T ever actually used his famous catchphrase, “I pity the fool” on The A-Team.
This week, we discover whether a famous rejection letter from Walt Disney saying women couldn’t be animators is legitimate.