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The History of 3-D Movies

Lately, all of the biggest blockbusters seem to be released in 3-D, but is this really a new invention or a fad from the past? Hollywood Myths reveals the past behind 3-D movies and how they may not be as new as you think. Teenagers Read More

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Daniel Craig: The Blonde Bond

After three successful Bond movies (the fourth coming out today!) it's hard to remember the time when there was controversy over casting Daniel Craig as 007. What was the thing that caused the most upset? His hair color. Bond is not blonde Read More

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Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Guts, gore, insanity, violent murder, cannibalism, disfigured phantoms? While these might not be among the first words that come to mind when you think of Broadway musicals, all are elements of Tony award-winning productions. The Book of Read More

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Five Broadway Shows You Should Know About

The Book of Broadway is a carefully curated list of productions that have impacted the Broadway Theater District over the years. Maybe you are only truly familiar with the TV and film adaptations of many of the titles that make author Eric Read More

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The Phantom of the Opera

It's one of the most successful pieces of entertainment in any medium. For over 100 years, people have been enjoying the story of the mysterious Phantom and his protégée Christine. But it wasn't until 1988 that the story was brought to the Read More

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Chicago: The Musical

It's been 40 years since the razzledazzling performance first hit a Broadway stage. After a big screen production in 2002, Roxie Hart and the gang are back on the Great White Way, causing trouble and stealing our hearts. But where did the Read More

Woody Allen's Buried Treasures The Ultimate Woody Allen Film Companion.
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Woody Allen’s Buried Treasures

Nowadays, deleted scenes are usually featured on a DVD’s bonus features, but for Woody Allen, these ideas are either recycled or scrapped forever. Here are some behind the scenes details to things that didn’t quite make the final cut in Read More

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Make a Spock Monkey

As a loving tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy, I’ve decided to share some crafting fun in the form of this adorable Spock Monkey. Here’s how to sew the ears that are now so recognizable to so many. LLAP Out of This World Ears 1. Fold Read More

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Tracy and Hepburn’s Love Affair

Some interesting things happened at theacademy​ Awards last night. Birdman won the big prize. Joan Rivers was absent from the In Memoriam, and then this: #JohnTravolta went out of his way to be super creepy tonight at the #Oscars2015. Read More

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Behind the Scenes of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

A classic and a favorite of many, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off still makes kids and adults alike dream of ditching things for a day. But what happened behind the scenes? John Hughes: A Life in Film reveals Hughes’s methods behind the camera Read More