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12. ‘Stealth’ — Biggest Movie Flops of All Time
This 2005 Jamie Foxx robot fighter pilot non-epic cost upwards of $135 million but only took in around $13mil on its opening weekend. (It eventually accrued close to $77 mil worldwide, which was still not enough to get it out of the red.)
The movie also faced numerous lawsuits, including one by a par…
13. ‘Delgo’ — Biggest Movie Flops of All Time
'Delgo' came out in 2008 and never made its mark. It cost $40 million to make, enough to warrant some attention, but brought in less than $1 million in its opening weekend, earning it the title of lowest-grossing opening weekend of all time. The filmmakers blamed poor marketing, but the ugly animati…
Mike Vitar — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: Vitar’s character, Benny "The Jet" Rodriquez, was the oldest and by far the best baseball player of the ‘Sandlot’ bunch. He also acted as Smalls' protector when the other kids mocked him for his lack of skill. Rodriguez was Vitar’s biggest role as a child actor, but you may also reme…
Patrick Renna — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: 'The Sandlot' was the first substantial acting role for Patrick Renna, and his Hamilton "Ham" Porter character has long been a favorite of fans of the film. With his unique look, Renna became one of the more recognizable child actors of the mid-'90s, starring as pesky kids in the mov…
Chauncey Leopardi — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: By the time Leopardi played the wisecracking Michael "Squints" Palledorous in 'The Sandlot' he already had quite a few acting credits under his belt. The then-12-year old had appeared in 'Father of the Bride' and a bunch of TV shows, including 'The Co…
Brandon Quintin Adams — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: By the time Brandon Quintin Adams was cast as pitcher Kenny DeNunez in 'The Sandlot,' he was already a showbiz vet. The Topeka, Kansas native’s acting debut was in the 1988 Michael Jackson film 'Moonwalker' and he had been featured in 'A Different World,’ ‘Empty Nest’ and ‘The Fresh Prince of …
Marty York — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: Marty York played Alan "Yeah-Yeah" McClennan, who had a habit of beginning his sentences with his double affirmative nickname. Following his acting debut in 'The Sandlot,' York made appearances 'Saved by the Bell: The College Years' and 'Boy Meets Wor…
Grant Gelt — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: Grant Gelt played second baseman Bertram Grover Weeks, who, despite his somewhat dorky looks, was the team’s tobacco-chewing, counter-culture loving rebel. 'The Sandlot' came in the middle of fairly busy career for Gelt. Among his other credits were movies like the Steven Seagal classic 'Mark…
Shane Obedzinski — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: Shane Obedzinski was 10 years old when he portrayed Tommy "Repeat" Timmons, the youngest and smallest player on the 'Sandlot' roster. Before that he had had a few minor movie roles, such as "bleeding kid" in the John Goodman film ‘Matinee.&ap…
Victor DiMattia — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: Victor DiMattia played Timmy Timmons, older brother to Tommy and a big  fan of the Yankees. DiMattia had worked regularly as an actor since he was five, appearing on shows such as 'Punky Brewster,' 'Married With Children' and 'Evening Shade.' You may also rem…
Donkey Kong 3 – 10 Forgotten ’80s Video Games
Unbeknownst to most gamers, there was a third entry in the original Donkey Kong arcade saga. The reason that you may not remember it is due to some dubious decision making by Nintendo. Instead of once again featuring Mario, the company decided that this third installment should star an exterminator …

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