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Danny Gallagher is a freelance writer, reporter, humorist and all around nice guy living in Texas who is a regular contributor to TheFW and has also contributed features, essays and stories to Maxim, GameTrailers, Aol, TruTV's "Dumb As a Blog," Cracked, Mental Floss, CBS' "Mancave Daily and Spike. He also likes puppies and cookies. He can be found on the web at and on Twitter @thisisdannyg.

‘Skyfall’s’ Iconic Aston Martin and the Best James Bond Cars of All-Time


With the 23rd James Bond movie 'Skyfall' premiering in the US this Friday, we've come to realize that Mr. 007 has given guys a lot to be jealous of during his 50 years on the big screen. Not only does he get paid to travel the world in first-class lux

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’

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20th Century Fox

Few cult films have been able to define the term as clearly as 1975's Halloween classic ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show.’ Decades after its release, toilet-paper toting fans still show up week after week at midnight screenings across the globe dressed in fishnet stockings and full makeup. They not only watch the same movie they’ve seen hundreds of times, they also act it out and throw props at the screen. The only way it could be more of a cult is if some kind of live goat sacrifice was involved.

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12 Things You Didn’t Know About Bruce Willis

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20th Century Fox/Disney/Chris Weeks, Getty Images

It’s hard to imagine the modern Hollywood action movie being the big, bawdy blockbuster it is without Bruce Willis’ influence. He took the average action movie star and turned them from the typical musclebound, humorless hero into a vulnerable, wisecracking smartass who could blow the enemy away and make at least three good jokes before their body hit the ground.

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Filed Under: Category: Celebrity News, Lists, Movie News

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Batman

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Hulton Archive/Getty Images/Stephen Lovekin, Getty

Some fans and pop culture junkies might like to think that Superman is the most timeless and iconic of all comic book super heroes, but even the man from Krypton who can bend steel with his bare hands doesn’t have the generational reach of Batman.

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Three Stooges

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Hulton Archive

A comedy group like ‘The Three Stooges’ might seem like mindless entertainment to some (i.e. women), but their reach and influence can be seen in just about every form of comedy from the small stage to the big screen.

Their iconic pokes, jabs and slaps turned good ol’ fashioned vaudeville slapstick into an art form. They also poked at more than just eyes in their time. Some of the earlier plots satirized and poked fun of greed and high society, health care, economic depression and even Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party, long before America would join the Allies to fight the Axis powers in WWII. So whether or not the Farrelly Brothers’ big-screen tribute to the kings of slapstick can live up to their legacy and help a whole new generation find the funny in films the rest of us spent so much time laughing at on Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings, we fondly look back at some of the more interesting aspects of this amalgamated association of morons (Local 6 7/8ths).

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3. Frank Sinatra Wanted to Play The Joker on the TV Show — Things You Didn’t Know About Batman


The world of Batman officially became a cultural touchstone when it leapt off the page and became a massive television hit in the 1960s. Not only did Batman (Adam West) and Robin (Burt Ward) become overnight celebrities, but the villains who got in on the act are also remembered and revered for their work on the campy superhero show. Singer Frank Sinatra reportedly wanted to be Batman's main foe but the role had already gone to Cesar Romero, a rumor that was confirmed by Ward years later in an interview. “From what I understand," Ward said, "Frank Sinatra was very upset because he couldn't play The Joker.”

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5. NBC Wanted to Take Over ‘Batman,’ But ABC Dismantled the Bat Cave — Things You Didn’t Know About Batman


'Batman' only lasted three seasons after the novelty wore off and ABC decided to cancel the campy series. However, there was a chance that another network might be interested in picking up the show, so ABC kept the iconic set in place as they waited for offers

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Category: Special Features

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