Retro

6 Facts About The Man Who Was Definitely In Your Favorite Movie

Chances are, you have seen actor Bob Hoskins. In fact, the odds are good that you have seen him in a ton of your favorite films over the years. Hoskins was an incredible actor with a history of working on stage with famous plays in leading roles, and was able to lift up any story line with only a side part. He passed away in 2014, but his death is still given a tribute year after year by fans loyal to his brilliant characters.Whether he was on or off the screen, Hoskins had a larger-than-life personality that translated into

90s

Girl You Know It's True: The Biggest Music Scandal Of The '90s Wouldn't Even Be A Big Deal Today

If you were a music lover in the late '80s, then chances are the story behind Milli Vanilli is one that’s pretty familiar to you.SPINFormed in Germany by producer Frank Farlan in 1988, Milli Vanilli consisted of Fab Morvan and Rob Pilatus, two models who had only dabbled in singing careers. The two released their international debut album, Girl You Know It’s True, in 1989, and the album quickly skyrocketed to international success, hitting the #1 spot on Billboard’s Top 200 chart and going platinum a whopping SIX times.AristaThe album was a genuine sensation thanks

80s

A She-Ra Reboot Is Actually Happening, And 2018 Is Already Better

2017 is the year of Wonder Woman, but there's another female superhero who is going to be all the rage in 2018: She-Ra. She-Ra, the alter ego of Princess Adora of Eternia, was one of the most popular animated characters of the 80s. The iconic character first appeared on He-Man and the Masters of The Universe as Prince Adam's badass twin sister and sidekick who helped defend Castle Grayskull from the evil Skeletor. hermanworld.comShe was eventually given a spin-off, She-Ra: Princess of Power, which premiered in 1985. Although the show was on air for just one year, it garnered

TV

'Blossom' Star Reveals There Have Been 'Serious Talks' About Potential Revival

You could pretend like you didn't idolize the characters from Blossom when you were young, but you would be lying to yourself. Whether it was Joey's grunge-inspired style, or Blossom's epic hat collection, the whole Russo family was the absolute coolest. NBCThe show was one of the best on TV. They were able to make a show that was fun for the whole family, but still managed to be "cool." Kids loved it, parents enjoyed it, and overall it was one of the best things to come out of the 90s. To be fair, anything that would introduce us to

90s

Woody Allen Married His 27-Year-Old Step-Daughter Because "The Heart Wants What It Wants"

While being known as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, Woody Allen has led a life of both triumph, and shame.The acclaimed writer, actor, and producer faced a public backlash like no other when his marriage to Mia Farrow began to fall apart at the seams, bringing forward accusations that shook the reputation of the once-beloved Hollywood icon.New York TimesWhile both Allen and Farrow were dating (the pair were never formally married), they shared custody over their biological child, Satchel, and two adopted children, Dylan and Moshe.At the time of their relationship, Farrow had five

Pop Culture

8 Characters That Were Killed Off Because Of The Actors Playing Them

We have all been there. We watch in awe as one of our favorite shows starts to develop and all of a sudden one of our favorite characters is unceremoniously killed off, and none of us are prepared for it. Sometimes characters are killed off because the story has to happen that way, and other times characters are killed off because the actors and actresses playing them either want to leave, or they screwed something up really bad. For this list we are going to focus on actors and actresses who were killed off for doing it to themselves.1.

90s

Where Did The Cast Of "NewsRadio" Go After They Signed Off?

While it lasted just five seasons, NewsRadio has aged much better than other '90s sitcoms through the years. That's thanks to the great team of actors who made the show a success. But what happened to the news team at WNYX when the station went off the air? Here's what the cast have been up to since the show was canceled in 1999.Maura Tierney She was great as the serious and smart reporter Lisa Miller, but Tierney's career hasn't slowed at all since NewsRadio ended. After a series of small movie roles, she returned to TV as Abby Lockhart