80s

'Little Shop of Horrors' Is Coming Back To Theaters, But It's Not How You Remember It

Exciting news for Rick Moranis fans: one of his best movies will be heading back to theaters! Not only that, but it will actually have a new ending that has never been seen in theaters before! Warner Bros.Little Shop of Horrors was originally released back in 1986, and was one of the classic Rick Moranis movies that made us all fall in love with him in the 80s. He played the main character, Seymour, who runs a flower shop when he discovers his plant can talk. Warner Bros.The plant turns out to be not just your average talking

Pop Culture

What Went On Behind The Scenes Of "Mary Poppins" Will Leave You Smiling For The Rest Of The Day

Mary Poppins is one of those classic movies that has transcended generations. It doesn't matter that the movie came out all the way back in 1964. Walt Disney PicturesThe movie is just so iconic and fun that kids love it no matter when they were born. They are even making a sequel to it starring Emily Blunt and Lin Manuel-Miranda. Walt Disney PicturesBecause the original is such a classic, it's fun to imagine that Julie Andrews really has a flying umbrella and Dick Van Dyke really did love dancing on roof tops. The truth is, a lot of work went

70s

Grease Stars Reunite On Stage, And It Was Electrifying

There are some movies that will just live on forever, and Grease is most definitely in that category. The John Travolta and Olivia Newton John musical about teenagers in the 50s is just the quintessential high school movie and probably will never be topped.Its been nearly 40 years since Grease came out, but the cast is still pretty close. At the DVD release party back in 2002, Olivia Newton John was having performing when she decided to invite her good buddy John Travolta up on stage to sing with her. Clearly they still know all the words to their

Movies

A Dad Revealed His Kid Thinks 'Grease 2' Is Better Than 'Grease' And Set Off A Twitter War

Everyone seems to watch the movie Grease, and when we do we are told that it is basically the greatest musical of all time. We've got John Travolta all young and adorable, we've got Olivia Newton John and her amazing vocal range, and we've got Stockard Channing as the iconic and important Rizzo. The thing is, when John Pavolvitz's daughter told him that Grease 2 was better than Grease. He didn't approve. So much so, he said that "I consider this a parenting failure." TwitterHere's the thing, it turns out there are people who are willing to defend this girl,

Music

7 Important Questions We All Asked Ourselves While Making Mix CDs

The process of making a mix CD was an important and carefully thought out procedure. A lot of planning was involved, a good amount of time, and of course, big decisions. Is that Backstreet Boys song going to come on after that *NSYNC song, or should I separate them with some Spice Girls in between? Or are you supposed to try and download some cool new songs and risk wasting space for things you end up hating? It's a lot to think about that kids today just will never know. Here were all the questions that would run through our

Movies

The "Mary Poppins" Sequel Looks Sweeter Than A Spoonful Of Sugar

"Winds in the east, mist coming in. Like somethin' is brewin' and bout to begin..."That's right, Disney has just released the latest images for Mary Poppins Returns, a sequel to the classic family film of the 60s. See a delightful new image from the upcoming #MaryPoppinsReturns: https://t.co/bT7ErH7iF1 pic.twitter.com/aRo8IHaSKm— Oh My Disney (@OhMyDisney) December 28, 2017 The movie has been in the works since Disney announced the project back in 2015, but filming officially began in February of 2017. With an array of celebrity faces already featured in the promos, we're expecting nothing

Retro

The True Story Behind "The Sound of Music" Is Even Better Than Whiskers On Kittens

When Julie Andrews brought the sound of music down from the mountains and into our hearts, she brought with it a love for the real-life von Trapp family, who the story was based on. The movie follows the autobiography of the real Maria von Trapp, who was a nun that became a part of an Austrian family before the Nazi occupation in World War II. The film accurately portrays a lot about their lives and demeanor, but in Maria's published memoirs (that the film was based on) it is easy to see how much becomes simple Hollywood figment. Here are

00s

The Eerie Truth Behind The Glitzy Murders Of "Chicago"

The modern retelling of the famous murder trials of 1924 showcases the scandal and corruption of Chicago during the Jazz age when everything was cast under a limelight. The 2002 musical remake of the 1927 silent film of the same name, Chicago, kept many of the details from its original onscreen plot, but how much of this is true to life?What's In A Name?GQTo begin with, the names were clearly written to sound more interesting. While Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart are great names for cabaret dancers, they are obviously not the real monikers of the women responsible