Movies

Mel Gibson Teases Potential Lethal Weapon Sequel And Danny Glover's Probably Saying "I'm Getting Too Old For This Shit"

For the past few months, rumors have been swirling around a fifth Lethal Weapon movie, but one of the franchise's stars may have all but confirmed the potential follow-up.EmpireMel Gibson, who famously played Martin Riggs, made a guest appearance on Good Morning America to promote his new comedy, Daddy's Home 2. During the interview, he hinted at another sequel of the buddy-cop film, mentioning a recent conversation with his co-star Danny Glover and the film's director Richard Donner."I went to see Dan the other night, he was doing a theater production in L.A. I went to see

90s

Spice Girls Rumored To Reunite For TV Special And 2018 Album

Stop right now! The world's most iconic girl group, the Spice Girls, is rumored to be reuniting for a TV special, and a brand new album. The most exciting part? This time around all five members are set to come together, including Victoria Beckham. Marie ClaireThe girl group first came together in 1994, and broke up seven years later in 2000. During their run, the Spice Girls recorded three studio albums, selling millions of copies, and winning countless awards. The pop stars reunited for a tour in 2007- 2008, and had their last performance together at the closing ceremony of

TV

Amazon Is Trying To Make A LOTR TV Series And No One Knows How To Feel

A potential The Lord of the Rings television series is being shopped around following the recent partnership between the Tolkien estate and Warner Bros.Several networks have shown interest into transitioning the iconic novels to the small screen, with Amazon Prime seen as the front-runner.According to Deadline, the rights alone could cost anywhere from $200 to $250 Million. It's also estimated the show will see a hefty price tag for each season, ranging between $100 to $150 Million.Scifi StormAmazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been searching for a TV show to compete with HBO's massive hit, Game of Thrones.

80s

Best-Selling Children's Book 'The Paper Bag Princess' To Be Brought To The Big Screen

A 1980 best-selling children's book is set to become the next major motion picture.The Paper Bag Princess, written by Robert Munsch and illustrated by Michael Martchenko centers around a courageous princess who goes to rescue her betrothed after a dragon kidnaps him, destroys her castle, and burns her clothes, leaving her with nothing to wear but a paper bag. After outsmarting the dragon, she ends her engagement with the ungrateful prince and dances off into the sunset. Gravity BreadFeminists have praised Munsch's classic picture book for writing the story in the point of view of a strong female protagonist.

90s

10 Movie Sequels From The 90s That Were Embarrassingly Bad

Let's be honest, most movie sequels are cringe worthy at most, and unimpressive at best. A major motivator for follow-up films is money, but adding a second film to a legacy can end up backfiring on movie executives and dissatisfying die-hard fans. The 90s was a fantastic decade for a slew of classic films, but also produced major bombs. To save you time and disappointment, here are the top ten worst movie sequels of the era:1. Blues Brothers 2000 (1998)The Blues Brothers was an excellent movie, unfortunately it's sequel was not. The chemistry between lead actors, Dan Aykroyd

Pop Culture

10 Most Shocking Movie Plot Twists Of The 90s

To make a great movie plot twist, actors, directors, producers, and writers must all come together to construct the perfect combination of intrigue, suspense and drama. The best films take you by surprise and leave you in shock long after the credits roll. Here are the movie movements we never saw coming:1. The Sixth Sense (1999)Plot: Known for it's iconic line, "I see dead people," Sixth Sense depicts a boy who communicates with spirits. He seeks the help of a disheartened child psychologist to get over his fear and help the lost souls.Twist: The psychologist had no

90s

14 Break Up Songs From The 90s That Will Make You Cry Your Eyes Out All Over Again

The 90's was a golden age for the world of pop culture, most notably for their tantalizing music tracks. A popular theme for artists in that era were songs about love and relationships, and ultimately, their soul crushing demise. So if you're reeling from the end of a relationship, pull out your discman and make a mix CD, because we have the ultimate list of break up songs from the 90s.  1. "Don't Speak" by No Doubt (1995)The Grammy-nominated song was written by No Doubt's vocalist Gwen Stefani and her brother Eric, about the end of her seven

Pop Culture

Garfield Creator Responds To Allegations That John Drank Dog Semen

In the Garfield universe, some facts are indisputable: Garfield loves lasagna, hates Mondays, Odie is big-hearted but clueless and Jon Arbuckle is in love with veterinarian, Dr. Liz Wilson.What has been questioned? Jon drinking semen. A 1990 comic strip depicts a trip to the veterinarian's office, where Jon clumsily attempts to flirt with Liz. He sees a coffee cup sitting on the examination table and takes the liberty to drink its contents, only to discover it wasn't filled with coffee.  "Congratulations, Mr. Arbuckle," Liz exclaims. "You are going to give birth to a fine, healthy litter of puppies.