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Wolverine

Wolverine was Created because Marvel’s Editor-in-Chief, Roy Thomas, Wanted a Canadian Hero to Boost Sales North of the Border.

Wolverine is a fictional character who appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, especially in association with the X-Men. He is a mutant with animal-like senses, heightened physical powers, a tremendous regenerative ability known as a healing factor, and three retractable claws in each hand. Wolverine has been portrayed as a member of …

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Matthew McConaughey

In the First Season of True Detective Matthew McConaughey was Assigned to Play Marty Hart. He Asked to Switch to Rust Cohle Due to the Character’s Obsessive Tendencies.

Matthew McConaughey appeared on The Rich Eisen Show to discuss his role as Detective Rustin Rust Cohle on HBO’s crime anthology series True Detective, which is currently on hiatus. When asked if he would return to the series, McConaughey said he wouldn’t hesitate for a second if the opportunity arose. But did you know that …

In the First Season of True Detective Matthew McConaughey was Assigned to Play Marty Hart. He Asked to Switch to Rust Cohle Due to the Character’s Obsessive Tendencies. Read More »

Space Ace

Major Wilbert “Doug” Peterson is the First Space Ace. He Managed to Perform the First and Only Air-to-Space Kill in History by Shooting Down a Satellite with an F-15A Fighter Jet.

The United States Air Force made history on September 13, 1985. The first air-to-space missile was launched on this day, successfully destroying an orbiting satellite. This remarkable achievement gave America the upper hand against the Soviet Union during the US-Soviet Space Race. But did you know about the first space ace? Major Wilbert “Doug” Peterson …

Major Wilbert “Doug” Peterson is the First Space Ace. He Managed to Perform the First and Only Air-to-Space Kill in History by Shooting Down a Satellite with an F-15A Fighter Jet. Read More »

Surrey England

Scenes for Gladiator, Band of Brothers, Children of Men, Thor, and Even Coldplay’s Music Video were Filmed in the Same Woodlands in Surrey, England.

Surrey has been the setting for some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters, thanks to its rolling hills and ancient castles, as well as its beautiful woodlands and high-end studios. The area quickly became a filming hotspot due to its picturesque settings, stunning views, and reliable transportation links. But did you know many films were shot in …

Scenes for Gladiator, Band of Brothers, Children of Men, Thor, and Even Coldplay’s Music Video were Filmed in the Same Woodlands in Surrey, England. Read More »

Jewel And Sean Penn

Jewel, the Singer, was in a Relationship with Actor Sean Penn. After Watching Her on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Penn Called Her Home in Alaska and Spoke to Her

Jewel is a multi-platinum recording artist, poet, and actress. ‘Pieces of You,’ her debut album, produced the hit single “Who Will Save Your Soul.” Did you know How did Sean Penn meet Jewel? Jewel, a singer-songwriter, was in a relationship with actor Sean Penn. After seeing her on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” in 1995, …

Jewel, the Singer, was in a Relationship with Actor Sean Penn. After Watching Her on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Penn Called Her Home in Alaska and Spoke to Her Read More »

Alf

The Production Set of ALF was Complicated. It Had Several Trap Doors and Was Constantly Being Reset. Due to Technical Issues, It Takes Them 20 to 25 Hours to Shoot a 30-Minute Episode.

ALF is a TV sitcom aired on NBC from September 22, 1986, to March 24, 1990. ALF is an acronym for Alien Life Form, whose real name is Gordon Shumway. He crash-lands in the garage of the Tanner family, a suburban middle-class family. But did you know how long it takes to shoot a 30-minute …

The Production Set of ALF was Complicated. It Had Several Trap Doors and Was Constantly Being Reset. Due to Technical Issues, It Takes Them 20 to 25 Hours to Shoot a 30-Minute Episode. Read More »

The Fountain 1

Peter Parks’ Creative Solutions and Minimal Use of CGI Helped the Visual Effects in the Film “The Fountain” Greatly. The Production Only Spent $140,000.

Darren Aronofsky wrote and directed the epic magical realism romantic drama film The Fountain starring Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz. The film incorporates fantasy, history, spirituality, and science fiction into three storylines involving immortality and the resulting love lost, as well as one man’s pursuit of avoiding this fate in this life or beyond. But …

Peter Parks’ Creative Solutions and Minimal Use of CGI Helped the Visual Effects in the Film “The Fountain” Greatly. The Production Only Spent $140,000. Read More »

Groundhog day

According to the Film’s Director, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray’s Character in the Film “Groundhog Day,” Relived the Same Day for 30 to 40 Years.

Groundhog Day is a 1993 American fantasy comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and written by Ramis and Danny Rubin. Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, and Chris Elliott star. Murray plays Phil Connors, a cynical television weatherman trapped in a time loop while covering the annual Groundhog Day event in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. He is forced to …

According to the Film’s Director, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray’s Character in the Film “Groundhog Day,” Relived the Same Day for 30 to 40 Years. Read More »

poltergeist skeletons

The Skeletons Used in the Pool Scene in the Poltergeist Film were Real Human Skeletons.

Poltergeist is an American supernatural horror film relased in 1982. The film was written by Steven Spielberg, Mark Victor, and Michael Grais. The film was selected by The New York Times as one of the Best 1000 Movies Ever Made. But did you know they used real skeletons in one of the scenes? The skeletons …

The Skeletons Used in the Pool Scene in the Poltergeist Film were Real Human Skeletons. Read More »

Shaina Twain

Canadian Singer, Shania Twain, is the Only Female Artist in History to Have Three Consecutive Albums Certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America.

Shania Twain achieved success by combining country and pop music. After her 1997 album Come On Over, she rose to international prominence after the release. But did you know she was the only female singer to have three consecutive albums certified as Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America? Shania Twain, a Canadian singer, …

Canadian Singer, Shania Twain, is the Only Female Artist in History to Have Three Consecutive Albums Certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America. Read More »