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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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Tim Allen Talks About Potential 'Home Improvement' Reunion And We Aren't Sure How To Feel

Home Improvement was one of the greatest shows of the 90s. Watching Tim 'the Tool Man' Taylor awkwardly and outrageously fail at making things while continuing to make a show about how good he is at making things was just absolutely great. . We watched Tim fall off of roofs, we watched Tim electrocute himself, we watched Tim explode various projects, but all the while he managed to not die and not get fired. I think a lot us, myself included, thought of him as our TV dad. He reminded me so much of my dad, the only difference was my

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Jonathan Taylor Thomas On Why He Left Hollywood, And The Drama That Came With It

When Jonathan Taylor Thomas (otherwise known as JTT) left Home Improvement, our preteen hearts shattered into one trillion pieces. We would never know heartbreak like that again (or at least not until Geri left the Spice Girls or when the Backstreet Boys went on hiatus).DisneyAt 16 years old, Thomas was leaving an insanely popular television show in order to live a "normal" life. While others may not understand his choice, JTT says it was something he had to do. ā€œIā€™d been going nonstop since I was 8 years old,ā€ the teenage heartthrob said in 2013. ā€œI wanted to

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10 Things About "Home Improvement" That Will Give You More Power

Home Improvement was one of the greatest shows of our generation, giving us Jonathan Taylor Thomas in his prime, and Tim Allen before we knew he was a cocaine trafficker. Washington Times 1. The Right FitDisneyDisney originally wanted Allen to take the leads in Turner and Hooch and Dead Poet's Society, but he turned them down to get his own show. "They offered me two sitcoms: 'Turner & Hooch' or 'Dead Poets Society' in the Tom Hanks role or the Robin Williams role," Allen said. "And I thought they got the wrong guy. I told them, 'I'm the one you saw

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8 Things About "The Santa Clause" That Will Make You Fall Off The Roof

The Santa Clause is without a doubt one of the best Christmas movies ever made. Okay sure, the sequels were awful and don't deserve to be spoken of, but that original film was damn-near perfect!Though it may be hard to believe, it's been 23 years since Scott Calvin killed Santa Claus and became the Big Guy himself. And although you've seen the movie countless times, I bet you didn't know these things about it. 1. Listen Up!TwitterThough it's been more than two decades since his role as St. Nick, Tim Allen is still recognized as Santa. Parents will

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10 Things About Home Improvement More Secretive Than Wilson's Face

Home Improvement was one of those hilarious and completely family friendly sitcoms from the 90s that will forever go down in nostalgic history. Tim Allen playing the role of Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor with comedic precision, followed by a well put together cast to accompany his exploits. The show gave us a great look at some of the issues facing families at the time, as well as their personal struggles as the Taylor kids grew up. That being said, here are 11 things that you probably didn't know about Home Improvement.1. Older is actually younger. On the show,