The Library of Congress just announced the movie titles that will be added to the National Film Registry to be preserved for their cultural, historical or cinematic significance. One of the 25 films belongs to Quentin Tarantino: Pulp Fiction. The Library welcomed the director’s highly stylized and violent tale as it marks a milestone in independent cinema — and well, because it’s fun to watch.
With a… Continue reading Watch Quentin Tarantino Discuss the Deleted Scenes in 'Pulp Fiction'
The parents of the world all have different ideas when it comes to introducing their children to movies, with some taking a more inventive approach over others. Yeah, you can slowly introduce one movie at a time, beginning with Disney classics and Pixar movies, or you can do what these awesome parents are doing and introduce all the best movies to your young child by placing them inside classic movie… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Parents Re-create Famous Movie Scenes with Their Baby
Following our lid-blowing report on pre-arranged scenes on the Real Housewives of Orange County, former Real Housewives of New York cast member Alex McCord shares her own experiences with the Bravo franchise’s penchant for re-creating history, one take at a time.
McCord recalled an incident in the show’s first season in which castmate Jill Zarin summoned her to a shindig — which producers threw a wrench… Continue reading Deja Vu! Following Our Lead, Alex McCord Opens Up About Faked Scenes On ‘The Real Housewives Of New York’
Breaking Bad has never been afraid to challenge its audience, packing episodes with morally complex characters, sly callbacks, plot riddles, and jaw-dropping moments. (Need a couple thousand Band-Aids for your throat, Victor?) But what are the scenes that challenged the actors themselves? Which was the moment that was the most difficult to film? It wasn’t always easy for the actors to decide on just one, but they rose to… Continue reading ‘Breaking Bad’: Cast members reveal their most challenging scenes to film