90s

Macaulay Culkin Turned Down "Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars" To Be On 'Big Bang Theory'

Even if you don't like the show, it's hard to deny that The Big Bang Theory has taken over television. If I hear one more person say "BAZINGA!" unironically, I might lose my mind. The show's stars have basically set themselves up for life with their contracts, each making $1 million per episode. It seems hard to believe that someone would turn down the opportunity to be a part of such a massive television hit, but Macaulay Culkin did just that. CBSIn the Home Alone actor's defense, though, he was offered the show before it even aired. That being said,

Celebrities

11 Celebrity Throwback Pictures That'll Take You Back To The Good Ol' Days

We've all been through a lot of changes over the years. We've gone through various awkward phases, bad haircuts, and that year we thought glitter should be applied liberally. Here's the thing though, it's not like celebrities are immune to these ridiculous memories. It's not just us regular folk who were trying our best to keep up with trends, celebrities were all normal people once, and they've got the pictures to prove it. Because the internet is both a glorious and horrific place, you can very easily get access to a lot of embarrassing pictures of all your favorite stars.

80s

Debbie Gibson Opens Up About Being A Teen Star, And One Fan's "Dying Wish"

Debbie Gibson first came into our lives in the mid 80s with her song "Only In My Dreams." The singer/songwriter released the single in 1986, and was signed immediately. She recorded her first album in only four weeks, and managed to make her way onto the Top 40 charts. Gibson would later become the youngest artist to write, produce, and perform a Billboard number-one single, which she earned for her song "Foolish Beat." She was one of the biggest names in pop music in the 80s, and her bowler hats and rolled up jeans made her the style icon

80s

The Original 'Transformers' Movie Is Coming Back To Theaters And We're Ready To Roll Out

How many times have you watched the classic 1986 Transformers movie? Probably a lot right? The classic story about our favorite robots in disguise is the only one that matters to a lot of us. Sorry Shia LaBeouf, but the only Optimus Prime we really want to see is the cartoon one. Okay, sure, a lot of people seem to love the live-action movies, otherwise why else would they be making a sixth one? But I think we can all admit that the cartoon is where true fans go when they want to watch some quality Transformers content. The movie

90s

'Power Rangers' Are Coming Back (Again) Thanks To New Deal With Hasbro

When Power Rangers was rebooted last year, there were a lot of excited people and a lot of people who were, well, let's just call them 'less than excited.'People were ready for our 'Mighty Morphing Power Rangers' to come and save the day, but then again, we all tend to hate new spins on old classics. When the movie came out, it did well at first, but the hype kind of fell off as soon as all the other summer movies started coming out. Power Rangers would go on to make over $85 million domestically, and over $140 worldwide,

80s

80s Icon Kathleen Turner Opens Up About Hollywood Drama And Her 'Bad Reputation'

If there is one voice out there that could make you feel like you are stepping into the 80s, it is the raspy voice of Kathleen Turner. Turner starred in iconic 80s movies like Body Heat, Peggy Sue Got Married, Romancing the Stone, and many others, but her long career hasn't always been easy going. In a new interview with Vulture, she was very blunt about her time in Hollywood, especially when it comes to her opinions of other actors. It's refreshing and honestly a little bit surprising to hear someone in the public eye like her actually reveal her

Celebrities

'Mighty Ducks' Star Arrested For Public Intoxication, But His Mugshot Has Everyone Speechless

Mighty Ducks was one of the 90s sports movies that seemed to be about so much more than the sport itself. Sure they were playing hockey, but really they were teaching us about ourselves in a big way. Shaun Weiss played Greg Goldberg in the movie, but even though the movie was a hit, that doesn't mean the rest of his life has been easy. Just this weekend, Weiss was arrested in Northern California. At 12:47 a.m., Weiss was brought in by police along with three other individuals after "behaving erratically with flashlights," which led the officers to

TV

Jim Carrey Is Coming Back To TV And It's Exactly As Twisted As You Want It To Be

A lot of us know Jim Carrey from his iconic roles as Ace Ventura, Lloyd Christmas, and Stanley Ipkiss, but he actually got his start on the small screen. He had a few guest spots and small parts on TV shows, but he got his big break thanks to his work on the classic comedy series In Living Color. That's where we all became completely obsessed with the cartoon-like guy who could embody a character better than anyone in the world. He could make us laugh with the greatest of ease, and because of that he was able to get

TV

Premiere Date Of The 'Roseanne' Spinoff Announced Along With A Few Hints Of What To Expect

There has been a lot of drama surrounding the Roseanne reboot over the last few months, thanks to the stars controversial actions. But now that the network has managed to buy her out of her contract, they've decided to move forward with the spinoff, The Conners, allowing the rest of the cast to continue on with their successful reboot. Now that we are nearing the end of summer, people have started wondering when all of their favorite shows will be coming back. For those who enjoyed Roseanne, there has been a lot of debate as to whether they will continue

80s

First Look At The New 'Terminator' Sequel Shows Sarah Connor Is Back And Ready To Fight

The Terminator movies were some of the most influential action movies of our time. They made us think twice about having AI robots, and honestly, they freaked a lot of us out completely when we were young. Should we have been watching Terminator as kids? Probably not. Did that stop us? Nope! Instead we all just developed what I'll call a 'healthy concern' for super-mega corporations that we think could be turning into the next Skynet. Sarah Connor became our hero. The way she transformed from damsel to badass lady really stood out as something different, and even though her