As the World Series finishes tonight, we reveal how the evil team owner in Major League was originally intended to be the hero of the classic baseball film.
This week, learn whether the iconic Ghostface mask was really discovered in an abandoned house during location scouting for the first Scream.
This week, we learn whether then Sen. Barack Obama really had Saturday Night Live pull a political sketch in 2008.
This week, we learn the truth of whether Tusk filmmaker Kevin Smith wrote a decoy script for the Warner Bros. sequel.
This week, we look at whether How I Met Your Mother worked star Jason Segel’s insult of the series into an episode.
This week, we examine the story of how the Black Widow nearly made it into theaters before the rest of her Avengers teammates.
This week, we learn how close the iconic ’90s teen couple from Boy Meets World came to never existing!
This week, we examine the amazing story of how a background extra in The Avengers ended up with a lead role in Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing.
We travel to Springfield to learn whether The Simpsons‘ “Who Shot Mr. Burns?” contest really ended without anyone correctly guessing the culprit.
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.