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Take a look back at these surprising underdog winners.
Celebrate fall by curling up with a warm blanket, a cup of warm apple cider, and these classic autumn movies that perfectly capture the season.
Q: How many Slytherins does it take to stir a cauldron?
Which Star Wars character was gender-swapped, which was almost a monkey, and how George Lucas made the most expensive bet of his life.
Norman Bates, Jaws, and Freddy Krueger may be the stuff of nightmares—but they were all real.
Get ready to tingle with patriotism.
“Let me through—I majored in Beyoncé studies!”
Celebrate the great Dr. Seuss with these surprising numbers that tell the unusual tale of his remarkable life and influence.
The red carpet, the glittering gowns, the tearful thank-yous … it wasn’t always that way. Here’s what the five major entertainment awards ceremonies looked like before they became the prime-time galas they are today.
The time Queen and David Bowie had a pizza party, Robert Plant protested “Stairway to Heaven,” and more.
On the 44th anniversary of the premiere of director Francis Ford Coppola’s masterpiece, we’re making you an offer you can’t refuse: Read on for little-known facts about this classic film.
Here’s a prescription for a memorable Valentine’s Day: ‘Netflix and chill’ with one of these amorous classics.
How Bill Murray nearly went to court for a groundhog, a recipe for bootlegged “groundhog punch,” and more.
Aargh!!! How are we going to fill the two weeks between the last playoff game and the Super Bowl? Hey, here’s an idea, try watching these gridiron classics.
In a story that first appeared in ‘Reader’s Digest’ in 2003, the former Pittsburgh Steeler center shrugged off repeated brain injuries and paid the price.
Today is the day Marty McFly and Doc Brown are due to show up from 1985. When they arrive, share with them a few of these incredible facts about one of the most successful sci-fi franchises of all time.