I may or may not appear in the final film -- depends on how much the producers enjoyed my panicked scrambling.
It's bizarre that these clearly doomed ideas made it into our favorite shows and movies.
There's a good chance your favorite character -- the one that decorated your lunchboxes, school notebooks, and undies -- started out as the worst idea ever.
Even your 10th-grade English teacher loves Monty Python and the Holy Grail enough to show it in class. Guess who hates it?
You could cannonball into a volcano wearing a heat-suit and you still wouldn't drown in it.
Take away the surface trappings and it seems like WWE head Vince McMahon and George R.R. Martin have been trying to one-up each other for years.
If you're worried that pop culture is starting to run out of ideas and is endlessly recycling B.S., let us put your mind at ease: It ran out of ideas a long, long time ago.
These are movies that would work way better if you could buy useless DLC for them after a few months.
Ryan Reynolds went through the equivalent of starring in a snuff film in order to pay for college.
It turns out the comic book writer of 'The Walking Dead' is totally in love with a character he didn't even create.
If a film did well this year, it's guaranteed there will be ten more identical ones following along like mediocre ducklings
While it's publically understood that leaking someone's sex tape is super immoral, that hasn't stopped us from trivializing it in the same dumb ways every single time.
Professor Flitwick's complete makeover couldn't have been an accident.