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This continues to be an interesting year for trivia about The Breakfast Club. The classic teen movie, which was written and directed by John Hughes, recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, and while commemorative screenings were being held at SXSW and around the country last month, we also learned that there was going to be a nude shower scene, which Molly Ringwald and Ally… Continue reading Original 'Breakfast Club' Script Discovered at High School with Alternate Title

Did you know Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac went to school together? They did, and we’ve got video proof below.

In the relatively short span they’ve been acting, the two have appeared in a growing number of truly fantastic films from some of the best directors on the planet, but they didn’t appear together until 2014’s superb A Most Violent Year.

In it… Continue reading Watch: Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain Share Embarrassing Stories About Going to School Together

To celebrate the new Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer — as well as the fact that advanced tickets are now on sale over at Fandango — we thought it’d be fun to imagine a world where the entire cast of the Avengers sequel all went to school together and subsequently posed for rad yearbook photos. 

So here’s your totally sweet Avengers: Age of Ultron yearbook page* featuring Earth’s… Continue reading 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Yearbook: What if the Cast All Went to High School Together?

The mass killing at Sandy Hook Elementary School could have been avoided if doctors, teachers and family members had addressed Adam Lanza’s “profound emotional disabilities,” according to an official study released Friday.

Connecticut’s Office of the Child Advocate spent two years identifying how red flags were ignored and opportunities missed long before the December 2012 assault in which Lanza, 20, killed 20 young students and six teachers before turning… Continue reading Could Adam Lanza Have Been Stopped? Sandy Hook Report Cites Missed Chances To Avoid School Massacre, Cites ‘Parental Denial’

If four years and a mountain of student loans doesn’t appeal to you, Spy Kids and Machete director Robert Rodriguez has a cure for your film school blues. His “Ten-Minute Film School,” a 1993 episode from the Moving Pictures BBC television series that aired between 1991 and 1996, is essential viewing.

You can find several of his “10-Minute” segments on various