80s

Two Of The '80s Biggest Stars Were In A Fatal Car Crash And We Somehow Forgot All About It

The classic ‘80s comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off made true movie stars out of Matthew Broderick and Jennifer Grey, but it was also the beginning of a Hollywood romance that would thrive in secret and end in tragedy. MirrorThe couple felt an attraction on the film’s set, but kept their relationship out of the public eye. At 25, Broderick had quickly become one of the decade’s biggest stars with a string of hits including WarGames, Ladyhawke, and finally Ferris Bueller. Grey, 27, had stood out in Red Dawn, but playing Ferris’s sister Jeannie really made her

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One Of The Saddest Scenes In 'Titanic' Was Improvised, And The Story Is Totally Heartbreaking

With Titanic back in theaters this month, it's worth reflecting on why we still love this movie so much after 20 years.Part of its appeal is that we manage to discover something new in the film each time we watch it. In the past, we shared the incredible true love story behind the couple lying on a bed as the boat sinks, and recently Kate Winslet spilled the beans about the actor who almost played Jack.Paramount PicturesBut it turns out there was a touching real life story hiding in one of the movie's smallest scenes. The surprising story

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13 Songs By Pro Wrestlers That Prove They Should Stick To Their Day Jobs

Despite what the Hulkster told us when we were growing up, the wrestling business is only about one thing: making money.To that end, a lot of our favorite wrestlers have branched out to try their hand at music, and as you'll see they probably should have stuck to what they know best.1. Hulk Hogan - Hulkster in HeavenRingside IntelWith the Wrestling Boot Band backing him up, Hulk's solo album Hulk Rules is a challenge for even the toughest Hulkamaniacs to get through, but this song takes the cake. The enormous blonde hulk channels his soft side, but can't

90s

11 Marvelous Facts About "Mousehunt" - The Movie You Forgot You Loved

It was dark and downright weird, but that's why we loved Mousetrap so much. In a world full of sugary sweet kids' movies, this bizarre comedy about two brothers trying to evict a genius rodent really stood out.If you asked your parents to rent this movie over and over and over, you'll get a kick out of these 11 facts. 1. A sneaky ad for the movie poked fun at DisneyMousehunt was the first live-action family comedy from Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg,  and David Geffen's studio Dreamworks. It seems the trio couldn't resist poking fun at their biggest

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

80s

The Trailer For ‘A Tale Of Two Coreys’ Is Loaded With Behind-The-Scenes Drama

Just in time for Christmas, Lifetime is unveiling their new project about the dynamic duo of 80s actors and their tumultuous career in Hollywood.The new biopic is executive produced by Corey Feldman, and chronicles the rise and fall of himself and actor Corey Haim, who were dubbed "the two Coreys" after sharing the screen in The Lost Boys. The two Coreys as teenagers.PeopleWhile they both found fame starring in their own projects, like The Goonies and Lucas, the Coreys formed a close friendship, and were often featured together in embarrassing teen magazine photo shoots.Young unknown actors play

80s

13 Facts About 'Married With Children' That Will Just Make You Miss The Show Even More

It's hard to believe the Bundy's have been off the air for 20 years, because reruns of Married With Children are still fresh and funny to this day.Here are 13 facts you probably never knew about the classic sitcom:1. The Lost EpisodeThe show's racy storylines attracted a lot of attention, including a letter-writing campaign over "anti-family" content that made advertisers pull their money from the show. Ironically, these protests only made the series more popular.BundyologyBut censors still cracked down on sex after the campaign, and wound up taking one episode from season three, "I'll See You In

90s

The True Story Behind The Child Abuse Allegations That Cost Michael Jackson Over $20 Million

Every celebrity has a side of themselves that they don’t share with the public, but in the summer of 1993, it seemed like Michael Jackson had split into two entirely different people.There was the King of Pop, the 12-time Grammy-winning artist behind albums like Thriller and Bad, who had given an incredible performance at Super Bowl XXVII just months earlier.Harry BensonBut there was also “Wacko Jacko,” the version of Jackson’s personality that sold millions of tabloids filled with lurid stories about his personal life.National EnquirerTabloid readers obsessed over whether or not Jackson was bleaching his

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17 Outrageous 90s Infomercial Products That We Can Never Forget

If you convinced your parents to make two easy payments plus shipping and handling for any of these products, then I'm sorry. Because there's no way they could live up to the awesome, weird, or downright creepy infomercials that advertised them.1. GLH - Great Looking HairTheRetroTimeMachine / YouTubeWhen you need to cover up an unsightly bald spot, the best solution comes in a spray can - just like the best kind of cheese. As the creep at the end of this ad declares, "The BABES are back!"2. The ThighmasterJoe Martin FitnessIt's not every day that an infomercial makes your

80s

New Marc Summers Documentary Reveals The Host's Brush With Death And What He's Up To Now

He hosted the messiest show on TV, but behind the scenes Marc Summers was not a fan of all that slime.The TV host is talking openly about his long and strange career as a new documentary about his life is released, and while he tours the country performing a one-man show about his ups and downs in show business.He also gives fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the chaos of Nickelodeon's Double Dare, including an explanation for why the show's slime was made from pudding and apple sauce. "The insurance company made us guarantee if any of this got