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Jim Carrey Shared The Story Of How He Found Out Tommy Lee Jones Hated Him, And It's Pretty Brutal

Batman Forever is not everyone's favorite movie in the Batman franchise, but it's still pretty decent. If you can appreciate the campy nature then Val Kilmer's version of the caped crusader is absolutely enjoyable. Warner Bros.There were two main villains in this movie, The Riddler and Two Face. They were played by Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones respectively. Even just hearing those two actors mentioned in the same sentence feels wrong. They could not be more different. Jim Carrey is known for his cartoon-like behavior and outlandish sense of humor. Warner Bros.While Tommy Lee Jones has a

90s

Full House 'Crossed A Line' With Kimmy Gibbler, And More Details From Andrea Barber

Everyone's favorite annoying friend, Kimmy Gibbler, was the punchline to many jokes on Full House. Whether it was one-off remarks about not being wanted in her own home, constantly telling her her feet stink or making fun of her outfit which leads to her confronting Jesse, the show made sure one thing was well known: Kimmy Gibbler was a big joke. "Wouldn't it be great if they could lose the [plane] passengers instead of the luggage?" asks Jesse after Kimmy comes back from a trip. "Go live with a wildebeest," was one from Danny Tanner. "Hey, Kimmy, where are you

90s

7 Behind-The-Scenes Secrets From Your Favorite 90s Movies

The 1990s were a memorable decade for movies. With the help of computers and special effects, production studios were able to produce more realistic-looking dinosaurs for Jurassic Park and provide the signature "bullet time" effect that The Matrix became known for. Suddenly there were no boundaries or limits to what directors and producers could do in their movies. Film-makers took full advantage of the technological boom and came up with some of the greatest pictures that we still go back and watch now. With millions of dollars at stake, these high priced films, didn't come without drama. What would some

80s

10 Secrets From The Set Of Dirty Dancing That Will Make You Appreciate This Classic Even More

They may have seemed like they had the time of their life, but there was a lot that went into the making of one of the movies that we all love that we never knew about. Dirty Dancing is one of the greatest movies of the 80s, but how much do you know about the process that went into it? Vestron PicturesThe movie came out in 1987 and the behind-the-scenes drama started right away. Whether it was the cast members not getting along, or actors being unable to keep it together on set, it seems like it was as epic

70s

The True Story Of Love And Obsession That Inspired The One Hit Wonder 'My Sharona'

Some songs seem to last for ever. They are such a hit that they are completely timeless and people will love them no matter how old they are. My Sharona is one of those songs. CapitolThe classic rock band The Knacks may have been a 'one-hit-wonder', but their one hit was pretty epic. But did you ever wonder if there really was a 'Sharona'? Turns out, the story behind the song is just as good as the song itself! It's pretty crazy how the whole thing went down. Check out the whole story below! The Knack was composed of four

90s

15 Hilarious Behind-The-Scenes Photos That Will Change How You Remember The Movie

Watching movies can transport you into another world entirely. There is nothing quite like it. You can feel like you are right there with the characters, experiencing their emotions first hand. That is, until you see the behind the scenes pictures. Obviously the things that happen in movies aren't real and we know that, but it's still crazy to see what it's really like behind the scenes of these wonderful films. Do you think it spoils the magic or makes you appreciate the work that went into it more? Frankenstein loves teaUniversal PicturesJaws had some friendsUniversal PicturesEdward wasn't always awkward20th

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You Would Never Guess What Went On Behind The Scenes Of This Crazy 90s Show

Dinosaurs was one of the strangest but most wonderful TV shows of the 90s. Jim Hensen developed an anthropomorphic dinosaur family just before he passed away, and after his death the show ended up getting made so we got to witness all of its greatness. The Sinclair family contained Earl, Fran, Robbi, Charlene and Baby along with Fran's mother Ethyl and they were all fantastic. The dinosaurs themselves were quite impressive. They were huge costumes that were worn but the puppet heads moved a lot and made them look pretty great. Seeing the actors in these costumes must have been