90s

"Party Of Five" Is Coming Back With A Political Twist

Everybody wants to live, Like they wanna live and everybody wants to love, Like they wanna love,And everybody wants to be...closer to free.You know this song. You love this song. Party of Five's theme song holds up as one of the greatest of the 90s, but the lyrics could soon have a different meaning once the reboot happens. Columbia PicturesYes, you heard that right. The iconic show about five siblings who are left to fend for themselves after their parents are killed by a drunk driver is coming back to television, but not in the way you

Pop Culture

11 Years Later, Where's The Cast Of "7th Heaven" Now?

7th Heaven was one of the few shows you could sit and watch as a family growing up. It was a wholesome show that still held our attention for over a decade. We grew up with the characters as they did, and everyone can probably list off five lessons they learned while watching. But now, 11 years after the show ended, what is the cast up to now? Let's start with the women. Catherine Hicks as Annie CamdenCWHicks played one of the best TV moms of all time, showing us that stay-at-home parents do more than just stay at home.

Movies

Disney Under Fire For Putting Makeup On 'Aladdin' Cast To Make Their Skin Appear Darker

Disney executives have come under fire after they've been accused of “browning up” dozens of white actors for the upcoming live-action adaptation of Aladdin.The Sunday Times has reported the film has darkened the skin tone for background characters in the busy crowd scenes.DisneyIn response, the mass media company said it was forced to darken Caucasian skin, as the could not find enough South Asian actors for roles requiring skills that "could not be readily found in the Asian community, such as stunt men, dancers and camel handlers.""This is the most diverse cast ever assembled for a Disney

Pop Culture

6 Movies That Caused A Lot Of Trouble When They Were Released

Movies are supposed to entertain you. They are also supposed to elicit an emotional reaction out of you, whether it be: happiness, sadness, fear, joy, anger, contempt or any number of others. That's the great thing about movies and television, you can essentially do whatever you want because you are just telling stories, that is unless you do something that gets the masses up in arms over what you have created. Some movies are hit the big screen to such controversy that they actually inspired protests. Some were even banned in certain countries because they were deemed to be far

80s

13 Celebrity Scandals From The 1980s That Everyone Has Forgotten

Do we look at the past through rose-colored glasses? We remember that everything was "so much nicer" just a few decades ago, but Hollywood has always had its fair share of controversies and scandals. Here are 13 celebrity stories from the '80s that made headlines for all the wrong reasons.1. Milli Vanilli's lip-syncingNYDNThis band had become such a punchline that it's hard to remember how huge they once were. Their debut album Girl You Know It's True went Platinum six times, and featured five top ten hits. The pop duo, made up of Fab Morvan and Rob Pilatus, also

80s

10 Celebrities Banned From Saturday Night Live

We can all admit that Saturday Night Live is certainly not what it used to be. The current sketches are often dry, and the talent is nowhere near its prime. But that doesn't mean we don't tune in once in a while when a big-name celebrity hosts, just to see what might happen. If you watched in older seasons, however, it seemed like every week there was some controversial moment that made headlines. Some of them were behind the scenes, and even got celebrities banned. 1. Steven SeagalWikipediaThe action star was big in the 80s and 90s, and in 1991

90s

You May Have Forgotten About Murphy Brown, But This Controversy Is Legendary

The show Murphy Brown was incredibly iconic. Not only was it a long lasting series that everyone seemed to love, but the show is credited with changing the way TV was made forever. Warner Bros. TelevisionThe show started in 1988 and quickly became a hit. The character Murphy Brown was played by Candice Bergen, and she was unlike any other on TV at the time. She was a recovering alcoholic who goes back to work at the fictional news show FYI. She is over 40 and has managed to become one of the most notable media personalities around. Warner Bros.