Gene Wilder Had A Lot Of Demands Before Becoming Willy Wonka And We're So Happy He Did

There are few actors who seem to care as much as Gene Wilder did. The iconic actor was an absolute treasure and the effort he put into his roles was clearly evident. Watching Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was always a pretty big moment for people when they were kids. You honestly don't know fear until you watch the creepy boat tunnel scene and experience a type of terror that makes no sense. But even though Willy Wonka kind of frightened us, we still loved his goofy nature and his outlandish attitude. Wilder had many hit movies, but it's

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'Top Gun' Sequel Gets A Release Date And A Title And We're On The Highway To The Danger Zone

Tom Cruise was easily the definitive star of the 80s and 90s. He had a lot of huge hits, but few were as amazing and iconic as Top Gun. Watching them fly their planes and play beach volleyball was super entertaining, and because it's 2018, of course they are planning to bring it back in some way. Nothing is safe from a reboot, remake or sequel, especially if Tom Cruise has a say. The Mission Impossible franchise is on its sixth movie now, with Cruise happily performing his own stunts and continuing to defy danger, but apparently that's not enough.


You Can Live In The '10 Things I Hate About You' House And It's Actually Amazing

We all remember watching 10 Things I Hate About You in the late 90s and becoming completely obsessed with Kat Statford's rebel style, or Bianca's collection of cute sundresses. The Stratford sisters were iconic for us, and we can all admit that part of the reason was their absolutely epic house. So many moments in that movie took place in that home, and it just felt like the most iconic and idyllic place for this story to unfold. I don't know how many times I thought that it would be comfortable to sit on the porch of my house and


The Preview For The New 'Grinch' Movie Is Out And We Can't Decide How Angry To Be

Listen, I get it, remakes are easy money. You've got a built-in audience who will try to support it no matter what, but there comes a time when enough is enough right? Sure, the Jim Carrey version of How The Grinch Stole Christmas was already a remake of the original cartoon that we all grew up with, but then we had both. One perfect cartoon that gave us the exact telling of the book, and then one amazingly hilarious live-action version that expands the world we already loved. That was enough though. One of each. Live-action, perfect. Cartoon, classic. That's


The Simple, Strange Detail We All Missed When We Watched 'Toy Story'

Toy Story may be one of the most famous Pixar movies of all time, but that doesn't mean it hasn't left us all with some questions. Woody, Buzz, and friends create an interesting world that we get to experience, but there are a few strange theories about the classic movie that have us wondering what's going on. Disney/PixarThere are popular fan theories and questions that have been circulating since the movie came out back in the 90s, but some are more disturbing than others. Disney/PixarThere are some that aren't too creepy, like "Why does Buzz freeze when Andy


Everyone Seems To Miss This Important Detail In 'Home Alone'

Home Alone is one of the most beloved Christmas movies of all time, and it's easy to understand why. Directed by Chris Columbus and written by the late, great John Hughes, it has comedy, action, tension, and above all else, heart.FOXIn case you're one of the three people who hasn't seen it before, the movie stars a young Macauley Culkin as Kevin McAllister, the youngest kid in a dysfunctional family who are about to leave on a trip for Christmas. A power outage forces the family to rush to the airport, only to realize once they're in the air


We Finally Have An Explanation For Die Hard's Biggest Plot Hole

After Die Hard was released in theaters in 1988, it became one of the biggest action movies of all time. And that still holds true today. Whether you watch it every Christmas or when you have a hankering to see Bruce Willis kick some ass, there's no doubt that Die Hard never gets boring. At the time, Bruce Willis was known for the TV series Moonlighting, but this film skyrocketed him into stardom. Hollywood ReporterDie Hard became so popular that it was followed by four sequels, and there may be one more in the works. As great as the original


5 Forgotten Workout Videos We Were All Completely Obsessed With In The 90s

Growing up in the 90s wasn't all just scrunchies and platform shoes. You had to work out a lot because for some reason every 90s designer thought we all wanted to wear crop tops. Hey designers, guess what? We didn't. There was a lot of pressure on being thin, and honestly as a young girl at the time, hearing models like Kate Moss say, "nothing tasted as good as skinny felt" really confused me. I mean, had she never eaten ice cream? Ice cream tastes better than anything feels. Anyways, we're getting off track. The fact was, we all had


5 Iconic Movie Scenes That Almost Killed Their Stars

We all know what it's like to be sitting on the edge of your seat during a particular scene, just waiting to see how our favorite character was going to get out of the life-or-death situation. It's nerve-wracking, but we can always take a breather and remember that they were never in any real danger. But that's not always the case. Here are some of the most famous scenes that almost cost stars their lives, but were kept in anyways!Back To The Future: Part 3CheatSheetDid you find yourself short of breath while watching this scene? So did Michael J.


Why “America’s Sweetheart” Meg Ryan Vanished From Movies After The ‘90s

If you were like me, you spent the '90s obsessing over movies like When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, and You've Got Mail.A big part of their success - let's be honest here, the reason for their success - was Meg Ryan, the magnetic, funny, and stunning actress who starred in all three movies.After her first movie role in 1981, the actress remembers job offers "just kept coming," until she was forced to drop out of college for her film career.Along with her classic rom-coms, she starred in other big hits like Kate and Leopold and