It's the romance novel people can't won't stop talking about. From fan fiction to best-selling e-book to international sensation, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' has become a cultural phenomenon. And with a movie version in development, casting speculation (will it be Emma Watson and the dude from 'Arrow'???) has become a prized pasttime all over the web. This got us wondering who would've starred in this sure-to-be scandalous movie if it had been made a decade ago. Or two. Or seven.
Just because we thought you'd like to know more amazing movies you'll never get to see, we've put together this list. Some of your favorite movies almost starred Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan. Instead those guys made 'City of Angels' together and then we tri
Nothing makes us feel better on a bad day than reading about somebody really stupid and thinking "hey, at least we're not that guy." Maybe that makes us bad people, we don't know. All we do know is that it's funny when a drunk lady tries to outrun the cops by taking off her pants and hopping into a Power Wheels.
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Everyone is obsessed with Jennifer Lawrence right now. Which is fair, because she's pretty amazing. We're betting your secret fantasy that you guys wind up BFFLs probably won't be coming true anytime soon. Here's why.
'Lincoln' is great and all, but does his movie have beheadings? These following 10 royals had fascinating histories and even though some met tragic ends, their stories would make for a great movie! From ancient Egypt to the War of the Roses, we'd love to see faithful movie adaptations that would bring these royal personages back to life.
Some movies are so iconic (or at least permanently ingrained in our brains thanks to TBS) that it's impossible to imagine them any other way than the way they are. Of course, that doesn't mean that's the only way they could ever have been
Who ya gonna call?? No, seriously. Who else would you call to bust ghosts than Ray, Egon, Venkman and Winston? Since its release in 1984, the original 'Ghostbusters' has become a highly quotable comedy classic. In fact, it basically set the template for future high concept comedies.
If you're a fan of 'Saved by the Bell' or '90s TV in general, chances are you have a fondness for Mario Lopez. Despite his current status as host of every reality TV show that Ryan Seacrest doesn't host, he'll always be his 'Bell' jock Albert Clifford "A.C." Slater to us. And his chipper attitude and winning smile is the basis for the latest hot single-serving Tumblr, "Mario Lopez is Everyone."
Is any film more quoted on the Web than 'Anchorman'? Even though it came out way back in 2004, the all-star cast of Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and pretty much every other hilarious comedic actor in Hollywood has made 'Anchorman' a cult classic
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