When actors work closely together for months, whether it be on a movie or TV show, strong bonds are formed. Sometimes, these relationships can turn romantic. Here are six couples – or rumoured couples – that played parents and children while working together. When working closely together for years or months at a time, some actors’ relationships become more than professional – they get full-on romantic. Ultimately, when those loving feelings get sparked, it doesn’t really matter the roles the two people are playing on screen … Here are six instances in which actors playing parents and their children allegedly dated, definitely dated, or were even married. John Travolta dated his TV mum, Diana Hyland, until her death in 1977. The two met on the set of “The Boy in the Plastic Bubble.” Hyland began dating Travolta, who was 18 years her junior, after they co-starred as mother and son in the TV movie “The Boy in the Plastic … [Read more...] about TV and movie parents who dated their on-screen kids in real life
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Oscar-nominated writer-director Jason Reitman had two movies out this year and you probably didn’t even realise it. Charlize Theron in “Tully” and Hugh Jackman in “The Front Runner” both give career-best performances, but both movies were forgotten when released in theatres. Here’s why you should see both movies. I have this recurring dream. It starts somewhere in the bowels of the Sony offices, and I’m hearing in the distance faint sounds of yelling and loud banging. As I get closer, I realise the noises are coming from inside a glass-walled board room. I peek at what’s going on inside and see writer-director Jason Reitman standing on the table, yelling at executives, while behind him Hugh Jackman is in full Wolverine berserker mode throwing chairs, a sofa, and trays of finger food set up for the meeting. OK, I never had this dream. It’s more of a fantasy I have of how Reitman and Jackman reacted during the nonexistent … [Read more...] about Director Jason Reitman made 2 of the year’s best movies. But you probably didn’t see them.
From “A Christmas Story” to “Elf,” successful Christmas movies have come in many forms. Here, we’ve compiled the 45 highest-grossing Christmas movies of all time at the domestic box office. The holiday season wouldn’t be complete without a laundry list of Christmas movies and a warm blanket. Classics like “A Christmas Story” and “Elf” made this list alongside newer titles, including the 2018 version of “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch,” which holds the No. 3 spot. We compiled this list of the highest-grossing Christmas movies of all time at the US box office with data from Box Office Mojo (unadjusted for inflation). We also included each film’s Rotten Tomatoes critic score and a review excerpt for each. Take a look at the list below and check it twice for the 45 most successful Christmas movies of all time at the domestic box office. Note: Several notable older films, including 1946’s … [Read more...] about The 45 highest-grossing Christmas movies of all time
Films in German have won more foreign language Oscars than any other language since 2000, and half of the movies on this list were Oscar-nominated. But even if you don’t go in for award-winning or critically acclaimed films, there's something for everyone in this ten: 1. Das Boot (The boat) - 1981 Let’s start with a true German classic. Telling the story of the German U-boats in the Atlantic during the Second World War, this war epic still manages to seem contemporary. Two full-scale submarine models were created for the interior and exterior filming, making it one of the most expensive German films of all time. Because the cast was forced to act inside an accurate replica, their pale faces and increasingly scraggy beards make the film very authentic. Also, don’t miss the opening scene in a French nightclub that makes even the drunkest house party look sedate! 2. Der Untergang (Downfall) - 2004 Oscar-nominated, this movie has become famous outside of … [Read more...] about 10 epic German movies you have to watch before you die
The highest-grossing movies of all time are a mixed bag of action movies, superhero movies, animated movies, and more. But the majority have one thing in common: they’re just one piece in a larger franchise. Whether it’s the Marvel Cinematic Universe, James Bond, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Wars, Middle-Earth, Harry Potter, Transformers, or any other major pop-culture series, these are beloved across the world. That makes the top two movies on the list, two original movies not part of a franchise (yet), all the more surprising. But the lesson there is to trust James Cameron. The highest-grossing movies ever are also a mix of well-reviewed and critically panned ones, from “Black Panther” to “Transformers: Age of Extinction.” The list proves that, sometimes, audiences will see a movie no matter what the critics say, but great movies can also still rake in plenty of cash. We’ve provided the top 100 biggest movies of all time, based on worldwide … [Read more...] about The 100 highest-grossing movies of all time at the worldwide box office