10:12 AM EDT 11/27/2014
Originally posted 08/05/2014 04:40PM
On August 5, 1994, the world was introduced to The Lone Rangers, a band of heavy-metal misfits who just wanted their band to get heard, via Airheads. Today, the film that seems both improbably quaint (Who would even know where to find a radio station today, much less with the intent of holding it hostage?) and jam-packed with talent turns 20 years old.
Originally posted 06/30/2013 05:00PM
The biggest thing on the Internet this week was obviously the Supreme Court's historic marriage equality ruling. But while people (like me) were Tweeting in celebration, the Internet also continued to chug along, spitting out little nuggets of weirdness.
Originally posted 12/27/2007 09:20AM
Brendan Fraser and his wife Afton, married since 1998, are going their separate ways.
The Mummy star, 39, announced through his publicist Wednesday that the couple are ending their marriage.
"They continue to maintain a close and caring friendship," representative Ina Treciokas said in a statement, the Associated Press reports.
The Frasers have three children: Griffin, Holden and Leland.
Originally posted 08/22/2001 01:00AM
"The Mummy" star is trading in his explorer's outfits for a bathrobe to play Brick in a London version of the Tennessee Williams stage classic.
Originally posted 02/11/1999 12:00AM
Now that "The Mummy" has secured star status for its leading man, Brendan Fraser, Warner Bros. wants the actor to star as Phileas Fogg in yet another remake of the Jules Verne adventure story "Around the World in 80 Days." (The story served as the basis for the 1956 Best Picture Oscar-winner, starring David Niven, and for a TV mini-series a few years ago, starring Pierce Brosnan.) Warners wants "Mummy" director Stephen Sommers to direct the new picture, says Variety. Meanwhile, Fraser and Sommers may also reteam for a sequel to "The Mummy." Fraser will soon be seen as the title character in "Dudley Do-Right," a live-action version of the '60s cartoon.
Originally posted 01/14/1999 12:00AM
"The Mummy" with Brendan Fraser is already a certified hit, with a domestic gross approaching $160 million. Now comes word that its studio, Universal, is further capitalizing on the movie's popularity by turning it into an attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood. Stephen Sommers, who wrote and directed the movie, has also directed the development of "The Mummy Maze." It will be featured as part of the theme park's "Halloween Horror Nights III," an interactive haunted house. The presentation will feature original props from the movie. Sommers is also working on a movie sequel.
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