Test your knowledge on the GREATEST decade to have been a kid. Hater ’90s kids to the left, please.
Could you imagine Brad Pitt as JD in Heathers?! Or what about Harry and Sally breaking up at the end of When Harry Met Sally?!
Moe and E.T. have made a name for themselves by posting videos of their pranks on people at New York housing projects. The brothers say they are being entertaining; critics say they are being exploitive.
Old people need more access to Photoshop.
Gen X listened to Nirvana, Gen Y grew up with the Spice Girls, and others fell somewhere in-between. Where do you belong?
From blockbuster films like Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark to cult classics like Hairspray, how many of these iconic movies have you seen?
The No. 1 rule of ’80s children’s movies: Scar kids for life.
Just a fraction of all the great things video games offer.
And one that already starred ya boi, but needed more Ryan Gosling tbh.
Sure, they’ve got to sell the drama to be box office successes, but sometimes, they just give it all away.
Because sometimes a kid’s version of scary is the best kind.
If you grew up in the ’80s or ’90s, there’s a good chance you wore one of these masterpieces.
Bart Chilton, the commissioner of the Commodities Futures Trading Commission, wants stronger financial regulations. He also loves movies. On Thursday, he combined those two things into the best financial reform speech ever.
Jon Marco is an aspiring pop singer who made this genius music video, recreating scenes from Star Wars, Back to the Future, E.T. and more.
In honor of (the first ever?) Alien Week, a little light reading for the extraterrestrial-inclined.
They’re “extra terrific.”
Thankfully we were spared an awful sequel that might have destroyed our perception of this wonderful classic.
He was one ridiculously talented child actor.
Henry, who played Elliott, admitted the movie’s ending still chokes him up this morning on the Today Show.
The 3-foot tall extra terrestrial has a lot of surprising secrets.
These audition tapes from TV and movies show that first impressions do matter, and thank heavens they were such good ones. From “Star Wars” to “E.T.” to “Harry Potter,” how could it have been anyone else?
76-year-old Margaret Wells of Old Portsmouth, Hampshire, was robbed of her prized possession back in September — the life-size replica of the Extra Terrestrial that her daughter made from scratch years ago. Luckily, authorities recently discovered the thing as “it rolled up on the beach and gave somebody a bit of a fright,” one Coastguard spokesperson said.
That’s my kind of extra terrestrial nosh.
[Update: Given that The Phantom Menace came out a long time ago, some people already knew this. If you are one of those people, please definitely leave a comment to indicate that. It would mean the world to me.] The Children Of The Green Planet who make a brief appearance in a Galactic Senate scene in The Phantom Menace are the same species as E.T. Apparently, they were inserted into the movie by George Lucas to return the favor after Steven Spielberg included a Yoda reference in E.T. I DID NOT KNOW THIS BEFORE AND FIND IT SURPRISING.
The staff of ET wanted to make a big lip dub for Mary Hart’s farewell. Here’s what happened. Will it ever end?
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Robert Blankenheim (very creatively) used clips from movies starring the grown-up cast of E.T. the Extraterrestrial, along with a LOT of DIY visual effects to bring to life a sequel that’s more War of the Worlds than Turn on your Heartlight.
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And, oh hey, there’s Kanye. This was taken on the set of Katy’s new video and posted on her Facebook profile today.
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E.T. and Yoda, sitting in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g. Somewhere on the internet, there’s a slash fanfiction being written about this.
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