What separates a villain from a supervillain? It's simple: the scope, ambition and sheer, unbridled lunacy of their evil plans. A villain is practical and smart, and thinks ahead. A supervillain is dramatic and insane, and wants everyone in the world to acknowledge his or her demented genius
Mixing blockbusters with more quirky fare, Johnny Depp has had quite the unique career. While audiences love his offbeat characters in movies like 'Alice in Wonderland' and the upcoming 'The Lone Ranger,' there was a time when he wasn't exactly box office gold.
The character of the Lone Ranger has been an important and iconic piece of American culture for 80 years. Few characters have had his longevity or have burrowed so deep into the popular culture consciousness.
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During the War of 1812, British forces burnt the President's mansion to the ground, marking one of the few times in American history that the seat of executive power has been directly assaulted. From its ashes, the White House was built and there it has stood.
The upcoming release of 'Thor: The Dark World' may bring back every cast member from the previous film, but there is a new man sitting behind the camera: Emmy award winner Alan Taylor, directing his first feature film in a decade. For many people, replacing Ken
Did the death of Bambi's mom in the classic Disney movie leave you emotionally scarred? Yawn. Your childhood ended when Simba snuggled up to Mufasa's dead body in 'The Lion King'? You and a few million other people. Every time anyone starts talking about movies that made them cry as kids -- Disney or otherwise -- it's always Bambi's mom or Simba's dad going to the great Toonland in the sky. But what about the countless other perfectly nice Disney characters who met an untimely end?
Every so often, two seemingly identical films from different studios and creative teams arrive at the exact same time, prompting mass confusion, hysteria and internet articles obsessively comparing the two of them
If 'White House Down,' the upcoming action movie where Channing Tatum and The President (Jamie Foxx) take down terrorists in the White House, does well at the box office, there's no way they're only making one of them.
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