Film & TV Industry

The Car Coordinator of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Managed to Locate the Exact 1959 Ford Driven by the Manson Family. However, a Replica Was Used Instead.

Aside from the theatre marquees, Hollywood landmarks, and throwback fashion, Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood features an absurd amount of cars, all of which are meant to capture the period feel of Los Angeles in 1969, according to the film’s picture car coordinator Steven Butcher. But did you know that the production …

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Mel Gibson Originally Intended for The Passion of the Christ to Have No Subtitles Despite the Film Being Entirely in Latin.

The main action in The Passion of the Christ involves a man being beaten, mutilated, tortured, impaled, and finally executed. The film is difficult to watch, so much so that some critics have labeled it offensive, even sadistic, for fetishizing violence. But did you know that Mel Gibson did not want to add subtitles to …

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The Movie Jeepers Creepers was Based on an Episode of Unsolved Mystery

Victor Salva wrote and directed the 2001 horror film Jeepers Creepers. Gina Philips and Justin Long play Patricia Trish and Darry Jenner, two college siblings being chased by the Creeper, a diabolical serial killer played by Jonathan Breck. But what was Jeepers Creepers based on? There is a real-life inspiration for the adversary of the …

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The Sci-Fi Channel Created a Fake Documentary of M. Night Shyamalan in 2004. He was Part of the Production and Eventually Admitted to it Being a Hoax.

M. Night Shyamalan is the creator of some of the most mind-bending supernatural films ever made. So it’s not surprising that he employs unconventional methods to promote his films. But did you know that M. Night Shyamalan and the Sci-Fi Channel made a fake documentary about his life? M Night Shyamalan and the Sci-Fi Channel …

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An Episode of “The Twilight Zone” Addressed the Novikov Self-Consistency Principle of Time Travel.

Time travel is the concept of traveling between different points in time in the same way that we travel between other points in space. Time travel could involve traveling backward to a moment before the starting point or forward in time to the point’s future without the traveler having to experience the intervening period. But …

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Golden Ticket

In the 1971 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, a Photograph of Martin Bormann, Head of the Nazi Chancellery, was Used as the Image of Albert Minoletta, the Golden Ticket Counterfeiter.

In the classic 1971 film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, a Paraguayan newscaster announced that multi-millionaire Alberto Minoletta had discovered the fifth and final Golden ticket. Still, it was later revealed to be a forgery, allowing Charlie to find the golden ticket and fulfill his destiny. But do you know whose photo was used …

In the 1971 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, a Photograph of Martin Bormann, Head of the Nazi Chancellery, was Used as the Image of Albert Minoletta, the Golden Ticket Counterfeiter. Read More »

Walter White Bryan Cranston

After Watching Breaking Bad, Anthony Hopkins Wrote Bryan Cranston a Fan Letter Saying That His Performance as Walter White was the Best Acting He Has Seen Ever.

Bryan Lee Cranston is a well-known American actor best known for his roles as Hal in the Fox sitcom Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006) and Walter White in the AMC crime drama series Breaking Bad (2008–2013). He has six Primetime Emmy Awards, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, two Tony Awards, and a Golden Globe Award, …

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The Warriors

The Book “The Warriors,” is Based on the Ancient Greek Text Anabasis, Which Xenophon Wrote. The Tex Told of Greek Mercenaries Stranded 1,000 Miles Behind Persian Lines.

Walter Hill directed The Warriors, a 1979 American action crime thriller film. In the United States, it was released in February 1979. After being framed for the murder of a respected gang leader, a fictitious New York City street gang must travel 30 miles from the north end of the Bronx to their home turf …

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Batman and the riddler

Adam West and Frank Gorshin were Kicked Out of an Orgy Because they Insisted on Staying in Character as Batman and The Riddler.

Adam West, the legendary actor, died at the age of 88. West is best known for his straight-faced and hilariously silly role in the original Batman from the 1960s. Adam West, who played the original Batman on television, and Frank Gorshin, who played The Riddler, were once kicked out of an orgy together. But why …

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Scrubs TV Show

The Show Scrubs Has One of the Most Accurate Portrayals of How a Hospital Operates. All of the Medical Cases in the Show were Taken from Real Life.

Medical shows on television aren’t always accurate, but some are unquestionably closer to reality than others. Doctor-based series are still popular 20 years after ER set the standard, with newer hits like New Amsterdam and The Good Doctor joining established favorites like Grey’s Anatomy. But did you know which show had one of the most …

The Show Scrubs Has One of the Most Accurate Portrayals of How a Hospital Operates. All of the Medical Cases in the Show were Taken from Real Life. Read More »