Your odds of navigating a Star Wars movie without encountering a plot hole are approximately 3,720 to 1.
The Disney creative process was far more insane than you might imagine.
This, friends, is the inspirational tale of an objectively terrible idea that only got worse ... until the finished product changed the world.
Hollywood has managed to necromance countless properties. And while it's easy to complain about this trend, you might hold your tongue when you find out some of the crazy ways those reboots almost went down.
'The Last Jedi' is almost in theaters, so let's pause for a moment and reflect on all the mind-boggling crapola that didn't make its way into our favorite robes-and-laser-swords epic.
When you're about to enter the hormone-fueled thunderdome that we know as high school, there are very few things that can act as your guide.
Apparently, the only good shout-out in a famous movie is one that nobody gets.
At its best, TV writing is an exceptional art form -- from the existential malaise of 'Mad Men' to the quippy horror of 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' to the sadly cancelled 'Zoo,' which once devoted an entire episode to fighting a giant octopus inside of an airplane.
Here are some ad wizards who came up with unspeakable, horrific situations and hoped for the best.
We’ll make you sorry you ever wondered what inspires the creative minds behind Star Wars.
It's a miracle the Original Trilogy got made at all, given how much of a white-knuckle nonstop carousel of suffering it was.
Some movies make up entire careers that have no reason for existing whatsoever.
The world is rapidly changing, and as a result, many things we took for granted are falling by the wayside.
Bad superhero films are a treasure.