Putting a marquee name in a new movie is never a guarantee of success. But if a group of Japanese physicists are to be believed, there actually is a mathematical formula for predicting box office gold.
The Los Angeles Kings captured their first Stanley Cup title on Monday night. Their improbable title run made them the first eighth-seeded team to win the NHL championship.
The California franchise is based in an area that is not a traditional hockey hotbed. The Kings should certainly be happy to silence critics who believed the team could never succeed in such an environment.
Baseball fans and sportswriters often cast the national pastime in a romantic light that celebrates the emotional connection people have to the game, its heroes and its teams, rather than the competition on the field.
The 1978 ‘Superman’ film made a bold move. During the closing credits, four words appear on screen “NEXT YEAR: SUPERMAN II.” Over the next three decades, this gimmick was used time and time again. More often than not, when a movie boasts a sequel, it never happens.
Here are 10 examples of sequels we were promised, but never got to see.
Over the weekend in the Catskills, a massive fire destroyed the majority of the Grandview Palace condominium complex, which inspired Kellerman’s Resort in the classic ’80s movie ‘Dirty Dancing.’ Just goes to show, nobody puts Baby in the corner, especially if the building is on fire.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Titanic. Live the history of the event with us at our Titanic Dinner Theatre April 14th at the Hilton Garden Inn. This fundraiser for Missoula’s Watson Children’s Shelter features the authentic 5-course meal that was served to first class passengers on the Titanic.
‘Pirates of Silicon Valley,’ the 1999 made-for-TV movie about the early rivalry between Apple’s Steve Jobs and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, saw Jobs played by ‘ER’ star Noah Wyle. But a new film about the now-late Jobs will star an entirely different actor: Ashton Kutcher.