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Tim Allen Reveals What To Expect From 'Toy Story 4' And I Don't Think We're Ready

Every single one of us 90s kids remembers watching Toy Story when we were young and becoming absolutely obsessed. Do you know how many times I would try to sneak into my own room to try and catch my toys coming to life? An embarrassing number, that's for sure. There have already been three Toy Story movies, and each and every one of them has been great - particularly the third installment. I know a lot of people give sequels a lot of flack, but Toy Story 3 had me openly sobbing in a movie theater. Sure, they are animated,

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The First Full-Length Trailer For The 'Mary Poppins' Sequel Is Here And It's Magical

Mary Poppins will be flying back into our lives soon with the new movie Mary Poppins Returns, and now we've got out first good look at what to expect. The first full trailer has been released, and it's positively magical. Emily Blunt has stepped into the role as Mary Poppins, taking over from the absolutely perfect Julie Andrews, and from the look of the trailer, she seems very comfortable as the iconic nanny. Mary Poppins Returns picks up many years after the original, with Mary coming back to help the Banks family once again. It seems as though the children

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'Mermaids' Was The Weirdest Movie Of The 90s But No One Remembers It

There are a lot of forgotten movies from our childhood. Some probably deserve to be forgotten, while others were too weird so they were just not appreciated as much as they should have been. One of these often ignored movies was the 1990 movie Mermaids. Sure, it's not really about mermaids specifically, but if there is any human in the world who is basically a real-life mermaid, it would be Cher. It's definitely a weird movie though, I mean, do you even remember how insane the plot was? Cher stars in this bizarre story about an unconventional family in the

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'Halloween' Producer Wants To Revive 'Scream' And 'I Know What You Did Last Summer'

When it comes to classic horror movies, I think we can all agree that Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer are two of the best. These movies are iconic, and while a lot of people hate remakes and reboots, there's one person who is itching to get his hands on them. Jason Blum and his company, Blumhouse Productions is responsible for several iconic horror movies. He's also the one taking a run at bringing back Michael Meyers in the new installment of Halloween. Flickr - Gage SkidmoreThe movie premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last weekend,

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'Police Academy' Star Just Revealed A New Sequel Is Happening 24 Years Later

When Police Academy first came out in 1984, people became nothing short of obsessed. The cop comedy turned into a franchise with sex more films following the original. Starring Steve Guttenberg, Kim Cattral, Michael Winslow, and G.W. Bailey, this movie was an instant classic. The movie came out during a really competitive time, with other iconic films like Ghostbusters, Gremlins, Splash, and Sixteen Candles all coming out around the same time. Sure, critics weren't the biggest fans of the gross-out humor, but that didn't stop the movie from making nearly $150 million dollars at the box office. Even though

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10 Amazing 'Princess Bride' Collectibles That Are Exactly As Perfect "As You Wish'

The Princess Bride is without a doubt one of greatest movies all time. I don't think anyone can try to dispute that, it's honestly just "inconceivable."  Whether it's the romantic love story that you enjoy, the hilarious jokes, or the well rounded characters fighting for what they believe, there really is a lot of amazing pieces to this perfect puzzle. While we seem to be in a land of reboots, with every television show and movie making their comeback, so far Princess Bride has been able to escape that trend. Let's hope it stays that way.But just because

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Wile E. Coyote Is Finally Getting His Own Movie So The Road Runner Better Watch Out

Everyone has watched Bugs Bunny and his buddies get up to all kinds of crazy hijinks, and we all had our favorite characters. Some people really loved watching Sylvester fail to catch Tweety, while others preferred to watch Bugs completely humiliate Elmer Fudd. For me, Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner were always one of my favorite parts of the entire show. If you ever need a lesson on persistence, Wile was your guy. No matter how badly he failed, how many cliffs he fell off of, or mountains he ran into, that dedicated and hungry fellow never gave

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Sean Astin Talks Bruises, Box-Office Failure, And Big Tackles Behind The Cult Classic 'Rudy'

Sean Astin is one of the most underrated actors from the 90s. People always remember the big stars like Leonardo DiCarprio or Jonathon Taylor Thomas, but unless specifically mentioned, Astin's success seems to be forgotten. It's a real shame too, because his movies were such classics. He was in a lot of classics like Goonies and of course Lord of the Rings, but it was his movie about a persistent football player that should be on everyone's mind. Rudy was actually one of the best sports movies ever. It came out 25 years ago, and after all this time it's

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People Are Debating Which Year Had The Best Movies And It's Hard To Know Who's Right

I think we can all agree that there are a lot of great movies out there that came out back in the day. Now, I can't tell you when exactly 'back in the day' is referring to, because no one can agree on which year is the best. People have been having a Twitter battle over the last few days, trying to pick which year specifically has the best track record for movies. It all started when someone asked a simple question, "What do you think is the greatest year in film history, and what are your favorite movies from

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The Cast Of 'Back To The Future' Reunited And Great Scott, It Was Perfect

All of us have thought about time travel at one point or another. Whether it was thinking about where you'd like to go, or how fun it would be, it's definitely crossed each of our minds. A lot of our obsession with time travel is no doubt caused by the popularity of Back to the Future, and how much fun it looks like it would be. Sure, Marty McFly ran into a few issues here and there, but it all worked out in the end! The movie (and its two sequels) made us believe that anything was possible as long