80s

The First Look At The "Overboard" Remake Has Convinced Us To Give The Reboot A Chance

The plot may be ridiculous, but Overboard is a gem of a movie from the 80s that we won't soon forget. I mean, even if we tried to, it would be impossible, because the fun film is getting the remake treatment. TVOvermindEarlier this year, it was announced that 1987 movie, which starred Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, will be returning to the silver screen. The original story follows Kurt, a carpenter who takes in Hawn, a spoiled heiress who got amnesia after falling off her yacht, and convinces her that she was his wife. She even starts to help raise

Pop Culture

7 Ads We Grew Up With That Would Definitely Get Banned Today

Every company can tell you that satisfying the public is one of the hardest parts of brand management. One way to reach out to existing customers while drawing in some new ones is through advertisement campaigns. Companies have tried all sorts of techniques and creative angles to sell their products to us, they've toyed with our feelings and pulled at out heartstrings more times than we'd really like to admit. However, there have been times when they've also made us feel extremely uncomfortable by crossing the line. Some brands, like Calvin Klein, have pushed the envelope so far that they've

Pop Culture

A Morbid Fan Theory About "The Holiday" Will Change The Way You Watch The Movie

Although The Holiday isn't exactly a Christmas classic (it was released in 2006), it is still one of those films that we can't help but re-watch every holiday season. Not sure if it's because we can't resist an uplifting Christmas movie with a modern twist or we just can't get enough of Kate Winslet, but either way the film does a good job of getting us into the spirit of the season.AmazonIf you need a refresher, all you really need to know is that the movie tells the story of two women, Iris (Kate Winslet), and Amanda (Cameron Diaz)

80s

Never Forget The Time A Major Brand Wanted Us To Sexualize A 15-Year-Old Brooke Shields

At one point in the '80s, supermodel and actress Brooke Shields was arguably the most famous teenager on the planet. However, her road to stardom was paved with a number of controversies.Managed by her mother, Teri, Shields had her first taste of the limelight as a model for a soap ad at the age of eleven months. She continued to appear in ads as a toddler, and at the tender age of 10, the child model posed nude in a series of photographs taken by Garry Gross. Teri commissioned the photos in 1975 because she wanted to turn her

90s

11 Stars Who Left Hollywood To Pursue A Normal Career

While many among us aspire to become rich and famous, there are some who have been in that position and did not enjoy it. Being a celebrity isn't all that it is cracked out to be, and not everyone is cut out to be a star. Over the years, some recognizable faces from 80s and 90s film and television have called it either because they've failed to book jobs, or the pressure proved to be too much. Here are 11 celebrities who have traded Hollywood for a normal life:1. Charlie Korsmo - Jack Banning in HookThe former child actor

90s

11 Nostalgic Photos To Remind You Of How Much McDonald's Has Changed Over The Years

Last year, McDonald's introduced new cups, sandwich boxes, and packaging for their takeout bags. The new paper bags feature the iconic Golden Arches as well as "McDonald's" written in large bold letters, a noticeable departure from their previously white packaging. "The new look is simple, fresh and consistent with our vision to be a modern and progressive burger company," McDonald's spokewoman Becca Harry said. The RingerWhile the fast food giant is just trying to get in with the times, the introduction of the new packaging had some fans missing the way they once looked. Since the chain was founded in

Pop Culture

21 Years Ago He Starred In "James and the Giant Peach," But Is Life Still Peachy For Paul Terry?

It took casting directors more time than they'd probably like to admit to find the perfect boy to portray James Henry Trotter in Disney's live-action adaptation of Roald Dahl's "James and the Giant Peach."FandangoAfter a lengthy audition process, they chose 10-year-old Paul Terry from 500 child actors, to play the role of the English orphan who finds his way into a giant magical peach in an attempt to escape his horrible aunts, Sponge and Spiker. He meets a group of life-size insects, and they all embark on an adventure towards New York City.Terry's father, Mark, was the one

80s

A She-Ra Reboot Is Actually Happening, And 2018 Is Already Better

2017 is the year of Wonder Woman, but there's another female superhero who is going to be all the rage in 2018: She-Ra. She-Ra, the alter ego of Princess Adora of Eternia, was one of the most popular animated characters of the 80s. The iconic character first appeared on He-Man and the Masters of The Universe as Prince Adam's badass twin sister and sidekick who helped defend Castle Grayskull from the evil Skeletor. hermanworld.comShe was eventually given a spin-off, She-Ra: Princess of Power, which premiered in 1985. Although the show was on air for just one year, it garnered

Life

15 Shoes Every Girl Proudly Wore in The 90s, Even Though We Shouldn't Have

I don't have to remind you that we made very questionable fashion choices while growing up, but I will. I mean, have you actually thought about how much chunky and clunky footwear we wore throughout the 90s?  Anyway, now that our fashion faux-pas filled days are behind us, it's actually nice to look back and get nostalgic. Here are 15 shoes that every tween and teen girl wore back in the 90s: 1. Platform shoesCosmopolitanFor those of us who were old enough to wear heels, these Spice Girls-inspired platform shoes were all the rage, especially the rainbow colored ones.

00s

There Will Probably Never Be Another Live-Action Dr. Seuss Movie, and Honestly, We're Not Even Mad

Considering Dr. Seuss's books were among some of our childhood favorites, we were always excited whenever they announced a movie adaptation. In 2000, the first live-action film of one of Dr. Seuss's most famous works, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, made it onto the silver screen. The film, narrated by Anthony Hopkins, starred Jim Carrey and Jeffrey Tambour, and was an instant box office hit. It is the second-highest grossing holiday film of all time, and even won an Academy Award. Elite DailyNaturally, the success of the film inspired other filmmakers to try their hand at bringing another feature-length adaptation