90s

8 Times Gwen Stefani Was No Doubt A Style Icon

Fashion from the 90's is back in full force. From distressed denim, to choker necklaces, it feels like we can open up one of our high school yearbooks and be completely relevant in our style again. From her blue-hair, to her glamorous red lipstick, Gwen Stefani's fashion was "no doubt" one of the most iconic evolution of the 90's. Pastel Hair ColorsBefore Katy Perry showed off her blue locks, Stefani showed off the electric-blue hair at the MTV Video Music Awards in September 1998. The rest of the outfit is so totally 90s right now; from the jewels on her

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10 Things You Didn't Know About E.T. That Will Make You Want To Phone Home

This wonderful classic captured the hearts of people around the world. I think we all remember reaching for the tissues when the young Elliot lost his friend. Directed by Steven Spielberg, it tells the story of a young boy named Elliott who is struggling to cope with his parents' divorce. He lives with his single mother, older brother and younger sister. His life gets more interesting when he discovers an alien life-form that was left behind after coming to Earth to study our planet. His attempts to hide the creature fail and eventually the government learns of his existence. E.

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Tony Danza Opens Up About The Accident That Almost Cost Him Everything

In 1993, Tony Danza lost his mother and would soon come face to face with death himself. Everyone's favorite Who's The Boss star achieved success in the 90's with a Emmy Award nomination and four Golden Globe Awards. In 1998, Danza won the People's Choice Award for his work on the 1997 sitcom The Tony Danza Show. Despite acting on set for laughs, the Taxi star had a tragic past that weighs on his mind often. ABC NewsWhile skiing in Utah's Deer Valley, Danza impacted a tree at high speed. The accident that happened more than two decades ago, left

80s

7 Movies You Totally Forgot Tom Cruise Was In Before He Was Famous

You may think of him as the man behind Mission Impossible, Jack Reacher or Jerry Maguire, but even as an A-list actor, Tom Cruise had to start somewhere in Hollywood. As a fresh-faced 19-year-old boy, he first appeared on screen with a high pitch squeaky voice that you wouldn't expect from the refined actor. Anyone who grew up watching 80's movies will appreciate the familiar roles of Tom Cruise, but can you recall all 7 of his films before he became a household name? Let's relive the 80's with these flicks. Endless Love- 1981Tom Cruise has his first scene on

00s

8 Movie Cameos That Had Every Pop-Punk Fan Screaming

The late 90s and early 2000s were a great time when two of life's most enjoyable pleasures came together: teen movies and pop punk. Thanks to these collaborations there are some great scenes we will want to visit again, and again. Some of your favorite 90s music not only was featured on the soundtrack of these teen flicks, but had a role on screen during the movie. Let's relive some of the greatest musical cameos in teen movies! Blink-182- American Pie (1999)Do you think you've seen American Pie so many times that you know every scene in the movie?

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

Stop What You're Doing: Golden Girls Action Figures Finally Exist!

Thank you for being a friend. It's wasn't Batman or Superman that were stealing the stage this year at New York Comic Con, it was everyone's favorite over-50 foursome. The toy company Funko gave attendees at the New York Comic Con the first crack at owning the action figures, you never knew you wanted. Rose, Dorothy, Blanche and Sophia can be part of you toy collection now, with these Funko ReAction mini-figure set. Whether you want to set up the characters around the kitchen table or have them relaxing in the living room, you can re-enact your favorite scenes from

80s

12 Facts About 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles' That Will Remind You Why It's The Best Thanksgiving Movie

The holidays are a stressful time of year, and it all kicks off with Thanksgiving. Planes, Trains and Automobiles, is one of those movies that everyone could relate to because of the craziness we all experience during holidays. Enroute to Chicago to spend Thanksgiving with his family, intolerant businessman Neal Page, played by Steve Martin, finds his first-class plane ticket being demoted to coach where he meets obnoxious salesman Del Griffith, played by John Candy. When a sudden snowstorm in Chicago forces the plane to land in Wichita it brings Neal and Del together on a crazy adventure. The 1987

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8 Child Stars That Will Make You Feel Ancient When You See Them As Adults

Sticking around in Hollywood as a child star can be tough. Whether you're on sitcom as the daughter of Tony Danza or playing the big brother of Frankie Muniz,  it can be tough to make the transition from child actor to adult actor or actress. Often children who get their big break in their youth take a break from the entertainment business entirely, but some times they make the leap from child star to teen heart throb and later become one of Hollywood's biggest names, I am looking at you Leonardo DiCaprio. Whether you remember them for their childhood

90s

This "Baby-Sitters Club" Reunion Is a Punch In The Nostalgia

While the Golden Globes seem to have been free from scandal and drama this year, we can thank them for one thing, bringing the Baby-Sitters Club back together again! Rachel Leigh Cook, who played Mary Anne Spier in the show, met up with her co-stars from the 1995 coming-of-age classic and it was as magical as you can imagine. The FWLarisa Oleynik, who played Dawn Schafer, Bre Blair, who played Stacey McGill, and Schuyler Fisk, who played Kristy Thomas, as well as the movie's director, Melanie Mayron, were all on hand for the Sunday night event. That gathering happened because