Retro

Brace Yourselves: They're Remaking Willy Wonka Again

Yes, it's been 13 short years since Hollywood remade Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, so that must mean it's time for another try.The original film based on the Roald Dahl novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is considered a classic children's film, and the late Gene Wilder's performance as the quirky chocolate maker is remembered as the best role of his career.ParamountOf course, if you grew up watching the original movie, you probably have some strong feelings about the 2005 remake starring Johnny Depp as the famous chocolateer.Warner BrothersWhether you liked the re-imagining, or think the original

90s

We Finally Have More Details About The New Live Action 'Anastasia' Movie

Last year, just in time for the 20th anniversary of Anastasia, it was announced that the movie will be joining the ranks of Beauty and Beast and The Lion King by getting both the Broadway musical and live-action treatments. The 1997 film tells the story of a long-lost Romanov princess who was separated from her family and became an orphan. She eventually left her orphanage, but had to make a decision about her future - to continue living as "Anya the Orphan" or travel to Paris on a "journey to her past."Considering that it was one of the best

80s

'Crocodile Dundee' Claims To Be Back (Sort Of), But People Aren't Buying It

Everyone remembers watching Crocodile Dundee over and over when they were young, and thinking that it was the best representation of Australia imaginable. "That's not a knife, this is a knife" is still quoted to this day basically any time someone mentions the country. Well, now it's back, but not exactly how we imagined it would be.Paramount PIcturesThe original movie came out 32 years ago, and it was a great success. With all the reboots that are coming around, it would have been surprising if they left it alone. However, normally we get a bit of warning before a

80s

Clue Remake Announces Their Star And Hints At What To Expect, And We're Not Sure How To Feel

The classic board game turned hilarious cult classic is coming back to the big screen and people are getting excited about the new casting announcement. The board game Clue came out all the way back in 1949, but it was in 1985 that they developed one of the funniest movies of our generation. The murder mystery starred Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull, Lesley Ann Warren, and Eileen Brennan. Universal PicturesThe movie was really one of a kind in that it had three alternate endings. Spoilers ahead if you haven't watched it! Ending AParamount PicturesThe first

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

Celebrities

Roseanne Cast Shares Photos From The Set Of The Reunion And We're Getting Excited

Everyone's excited for the upcoming Roseanne reunion, especially the cast! They played these characters back in the 90s, but they are all ready to reunite at the Conner's home next year. After all these years, the family will finally be back together and we honestly couldn't be more excited. There are of course a lot of questions for the revival, most importantly, how is John Goodman still involved if his character was dead? Well, we may not have any official answers yet, but we do have some sneak peaks at some behind the scenes antics! TwitterAfter seeing the pictures from

90s

Assemble The Midnight Society, Because 'Are You Afraid Of The Dark?' Is Coming Back

There was one simple question that haunted us through our childhoods, and honestly still sends a shiver up our spine to this day. "Are You Afraid Of The Dark?" was one of our favorite shows, but also the source of almost all of our nightmares. It was a Nickelodeon show that ran from 1992-1996, and in its short run managed to gain quite a following. The spooky stories that they told still haunt us to this day, but honestly, we want more. NickelodeonThe teens in the show were all a part of 'The Midnight Society', where they would gather around

Pop Culture

Shrek 5 Is Happening, Proving Not All That Glitters Is Gold

Remember when Shrek first came out, and it was the best piece of film you had ever seen in your life? And you consistently repeated the "ogres are like onions" quote ad nauseum? YouTubeAnd when Shrek 2 came out, you wondered how it was possible that a sequel was better than the original? Shrek 2 Drinking GameBut then when Shrek The Third came out you were kinda like "...okay?" It was pretty obvious the only reason they released it was because Justin Timberlake was in it. Mostly MoviesAnd when Shrek Forever After came out, you didn't even know about it.

90s

There's A New 'Ninja Turtles' Cartoon Coming, And They've Made Some Big Changes

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been around for decades now, but every few years they try to bring it back and change it up. Of course, there is nothing that will ever beat the original, but given the world's current obsession with reboots it was only a matter of time before they tried something new. There has been a 3D style television show running for a while, but now Nickelodeon is going back to basics with a 2D animated series! Similar in style to to the recent DuckTales revival, they are reverting to the classic 2D animation that we