Pop Culture

'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

80s

Tom Selleck Talks About The "Ghost" On The Set Of 'Three Men And A Baby'

Three Men and a Baby was a classic film for many reasons. We saw Tom Selleck as someone other than Thomas Magnum, we saw Steve Guttenberg outside of the Police Academy world, and we caught Ted Danson away from the Cheers set. The movie won a People's Choice Award for "Best Comedy Motion Picture," and 31 years later it still holds up. Guttenberg was notably absent in Hollywood after the film came out, taking a step away from fame. “You gotta remember, I left home at 17. So I missed a great deal of my own growing up,â€

Movies

Where Did Steve Guttenberg Go And Could He Please Come Back?

Of course the 80s had a bunch of huge stars. The Brat Pack dominated the magazines, Tom Cruise was in all the most popular movies, and Michael J. Fox had time traveled into our hearts, but there was one man who was in many of your favorite movies even though he wasn't as huge of a name.Steve Guttenberg started his career in 1978, but it was in the 80s that he truly became a star. When he starred in Police Academy, everyone realized just how great he was. He made the sequel for that, followed by Cocoon, which was