Movies

February 1, 2022

Actor Gary Sinise Shares Incredible Photos From the Set of “Forrest Gump”

Ever since its release in 1994, Forrest Gump has been a beloved part of American cinema. The film follows the adventures of the lovable title character, played by Tom Hanks, as he tells the story of his life. Along the way, he unwittingly witnesses and influences important moments in 20th-century history. One of the more memorable supporting characters in the film is Lieutenant Dan—played by actor Gary Sinise—who Forrest serves under in Vietnam.

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December 2, 2021

The ‘Home Alone’ House Is Actually Available to Book on Airbnb This December

This year you can spend the holidays reliving your favorite scenes from the classic 1990 Christmas movie Home Alone. This December, while the McCallisters are on vacation for the holidays—yes, Kevin included this time—the iconic Home Alone house, tucked away in the suburbs of Chicago, will be available to book on Airbnb for an unforgettable one-night stay. Your host for the evening is Kevin’s favorite (and, let’s face it, tormenting) older brother, Buzz—aka actor Devin Ratray.

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September 28, 2021

Truck Carrying a “Captive Monster” Is Seen on Streets Around the World, Turns Out It’s a Movie Ad Campaign

It’s amazing what moviemakers are doing with special effects and CGI these days. But while the action is usually confined within the theater and TV screens, there are some fictional monsters who seem to have encroached on our reality. In a promotional stunt for the Amazon Prime sci-fi thriller, The Tomorrow War, a dangerous alien species called White Spikes was filmed being transported in a cargo truck in Tokyo’s Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Harajuku.

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September 10, 2021

Marvel Movie ‘Shang-Chi’ Breaks Barriers While Shattering Box Office Records

Representation in films is vital as it helps to break down stereotypes and tell different kinds of stories. The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has historically had a problem with representation; for its first decade, white men (often named Chris) were at the center of its movies. Not until Black Panther was released in 2018 did a person of color take top billing.

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