Jon Favreau, who celebrates his 51st birthday today (October 19), has made a name for himself as of late as a major producer/director, but let’s never forget the film that started it all: 1996’s Swingers.
The world lost Rodney Dangerfield 13 years ago today (October 5.) He was one of the most iconic stand-up comedians of all time, but let us not forget the magic he brought to the silver screen, particularly in 1986’s Back To School.
Jim Henson’s creations first appeared on television in 1976. The Muppet Show was a variety program that brought the lovable puppets and celebrities together. Since then, Kermit, Miss Piggy and the rest of the gang have appeared in over 8 movies with that span of 35 years. In honor of the Muppets’ inventor, Jim Henson’s…
The “Battle of the Sexes” tennis match that took place between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs on September 20, 1973 was not your ordinary tennis match. A lot more was at stake than the $100,000 prize money.
This Friday (August 3) marks the return of the Camp Firewood gang with the Netflix miniseries Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, but while most of the all-star cast returns, there’s one noticeable absence: Bradley Cooper.
Phoebe Cates, one of the biggest babes of the 1980s celebrates her birthday today (July 16), and we know exactly how you should celebrate: By buying a ticket to the upcoming anniversary screenings of Fast Times At Ridgemont High.
The Camp Firewood gang made good on their promise to reunite ten years after their wild summer in 1981, and in the eight-part mini-series Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, it looks like we’re in for a whole new wild adventure.