90s

15 Actors We Thought Were Destined For Fame, But We Literally Haven't Thought About Them Since

Just like music has "one-hit wonders", Hollywood has their own version when it comes to actors who make a huge splash on the big screen before disappearing into obscurity. You will likely recognize most of these artists for their iconic (or borderline iconic) roles, but find yourself wondering what ever happened to them.1. Dakota Fanning Indie WireDakota Fanning was a huge success as a child actor with staring roles in I Am Sam, War of the Worlds, Man on Fire, and Charlotte's Web. She hasn't been nearly as successful as an adult. After her appearances in the Twilight saga

90s

We All Remember That It Wasn't Him, But What Is Shaggy Up To Now?

He was the one and only Mr. Bombastic, and he managed to completely sweep the nation with his reggae style that we all loved, but where did Shaggy end up after the early 2000s? Well, first let's take a look at where he started.Shaggy was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and his real name is actually Orville Richard Burrell. He was raised by a single mother, and at 18 years old, they ended up moving to Brooklyn, New York. It was then that he decided to join the U.S. Marine Corps, which stationed him in North Carolina. AlchetronHe spent

90s

Where Has Brendan Fraser Gone, And Is He Alright?

Where has Brendan Fraser gone? He was one of the biggest stars for what felt like a while, but then suddenly he vanished. Where did he go and why don't we see him in all the movies anymore? Well, to find out where he is, first we need to look back at what he's done. Fraser got his start in TV movies, like many other actors. His first character didn't even have a name, he played "John's friend" in the TV movie Child of Darkness, Child of Light in 1991. However, after just three more small TV parts that year,

Pop Culture

A Morbid Fan Theory About "The Holiday" Will Change The Way You Watch The Movie

Although The Holiday isn't exactly a Christmas classic (it was released in 2006), it is still one of those films that we can't help but re-watch every holiday season. Not sure if it's because we can't resist an uplifting Christmas movie with a modern twist or we just can't get enough of Kate Winslet, but either way the film does a good job of getting us into the spirit of the season.AmazonIf you need a refresher, all you really need to know is that the movie tells the story of two women, Iris (Kate Winslet), and Amanda (Cameron Diaz)

Celebrities

Velour Sweatsuits Are A Thing Again, Yes, Really

Remember in the early 2000s when there was no better look than a velvety set of pants worn with a matching velvety sweater? Bonus points if it had the word "Juicy" right over your butt. Why? Because it was cool.DisneyIt seemed like all the it-girls were wearing them. Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, and Jennifer Lopez have all proudly worn them around Hollywood. But as the years went on, they faded back into fashion oblivion. Or so we thought...YouTubeAs if they were a phoenix, rising from the ashes of their soft, velvety grave, the Juicy sweatsuits are

00s

9 Things About Miss Congeniality That Are Better Than April 25th

It's been 17 years since we were blessed with Miss Congeniality, and it still holds up as a comedic classic. It was the first time we really got to see Sandra Bullock in her element, and once she found the spotlight she never left it. But there are some things about the movie you may not have know, and frankly they're more perfect than April 25th. International Business Times1. Mr. EdYou probably know him as Richard Gilmore, but the late, legendary Ed Herrmann was set to make a cameo in Miss Congeniality. He was set to play Gracie's father, and

90s

Leelee Sobieski Was Everywhere In The 90s, But Do You Know What She's Been Up To?

Leelee Sobieski was one of the most popular stars of the 90s and early 2000s. She seemed to have a part in basically all our favorite movies, and had such a promising career ahead of her. Even though we all expected her to be around for a long time, she seems to have vanished from the public eye. Where did she go? Her real name is actually Liliane Rudabet Floria Elsvea Sobieski, so she shortened it to Leelee because that is much easier to fit on a movie poster. She was discovered when she was really young, and was cast

00s

10 Things About "Friday Night Lights" That Will Leave You With Clear Eyes and A Full Heart

Friday Night Lights was one of the most criminally underrated shows on television. It wasn't until it got cancelled that we all started to appreciate the magic the Dillon Panthers brought us. Smash Williams, Jason Street, Tim Riggins, and Matt Saracen all gave us a love of football, even if we never thought it possible. Plus, Tami Taylor is the guidance counselor we all needed but never got. Here are some things about Friday Night Lights that will leave you screaming "CLEAR EYES, FULL HEARTS, CAN'T LOSE!"1. Life Imitating ArtPop SugarTim Riggins lead a troubled life and even found

00s

12 Shows You Loved To Watch As A Kid, But Have Now Completely Forgotten About

I loved watching television growing up. Really, which kid growing up through the 90s and early 2000s didn't? The times have changed, and so has the television aimed at kids, and not for the better. I'm tired of forcing my kids to watch "educational" shows with little-to-no creativity all of the time. True, it is important to get some information packed in there, but whatever happened to watching shows purely for their entertainment value?Here are 12 shows from the 90s and early 2000s that were a joy to watch growing up, but you have likely forgotten all about them

Life

Remember Your First Friend, Myspace Tom? Here's What He's Up To These Days

Before we wasted every free second of our lives on Facebook (kind of like you're doing right now) we were obsessively tinkering with our Myspace profile page.If you made it into Princess Kimberly's Top 8, you earned a guest spot on her reality show.MyspaceSay what you will about Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, WhatsApp, or any other social media platform. They just don't measure up to the hours we spent answering surveys and watching Dane Cook videos on Myspace. And of course, Myspace had a secret weapon that made it much friendlier than any other site: Tom Anderson.