Billy Crystal and John Goodman have a problem with their new Monster's University characters.
The FBI announced that they found no remains in their latest search for Jimmy Hoffa in a field in Oakland Township, Michigan. They did, however, find the long missing Pauly Shore. Unfortunately they couldn’t find any sign of his car...
"Snaaake...Surprise!" "What's the surprise?" They waited until Indiana Jones was at retirement age to pull this one... I suspect this is propaganda for the round-knob lobby, and as much as th...
The Learning Channel isn't necessarily a place you normally go to for toy-collecting interests, but this week's episode of Cake Boss featured renowned sculptors the Four Horsemen, and their relaun...
I think the reason Anchorman remains the most avidly cult-followed of Will Ferrell's movies is that, more than any other, it lets him be extremely weird and take the story in whatever direction...
OSLO, Norway (CAP) - Rumors have been circulating for the past week among top Norwegian government officials that the keys to the "doomsday" seed vault, which were last seen sometime in February, are missing and may be sealed insideShow More Summary
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It's become something of a long standing comic book tradition - famous super hero gets injured, crippled or even killed off, and is then replaced by a new hero wearing their famous name and cost...
Fidel Castro eats a hot dog in New York, 1959
Coca Cola comes to France, ca. 1950
Workers lay bricks to pave 28th Street in Manhattan on October 2, 1930
These beautiful and surreal pieces of movie artwork were created during the communist-era as an alternative to banned U.S. publicity material. Weekend at Bernie’s. Artist: Jakub Erol. Year: 1990 25. War Games. Artist: Mieczyslaw Wasilewski. Show More Summary
The Ron Burgundy sequel is actually happening, and this first trailer with new footage from the upcoming movie proves it. Check out the trailer for...
By Cody Johnston Published: June 19th, 2013
Marilyn being Mao, photograph by Philippe Halsman ca. 1967
By Hillery Alley Published: June 19th, 2013 For centuries, humans have been entranced by the otherworldliness of Mars. Our planetary neighbor has influenced so many groundbreaking works of science fiction, such as Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter series, H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds, Dwa
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By CRACKED Readers Published: June 19th, 2013 Sometimes you're born with an awesome name like Dave Grohl, and other times you're given the unawesome name of Marvin Lee causing you to make it awesome by renaming yourself... Meat Loaf. We asked you to tell us surprising true stories about how fam
Silence of the Lambs The Shining (Jack Nicholson with Stanley Kubrick directing) Filmmaker Victor Fleming on the set of The Wizard of Oz. Ghost Busters Citizen Kane - Orson Welles directs with a broken ankle. Read more »
By Robert Brockway Published: June 19th, 2013 We don't often discuss literature around here, which is strange, because I know for a fact that we are all avid readers, with the exception of John Cheese (although to be fair, I don't think books have made it out to the desolate corn-swamps of Illin