"Star Trek: The Original Series" and all three "Austin Powers" movies are among the titles departing from the streaming platform.
Reports that Trump suggested a snake or alligator-filled border moat reminded people of the iconic villain's request for "sharks with frickin' laser beams."
Beyoncé first came to fame singing with Destiny’s Child. Since then, Queen Bey has become one of the biggest pop culture icons in the world.
Mike Myers brings back his "Austin Powers" villain with a message to "Make America Evil Again."
The actor, famous for his performance of Mini-Me, “was a fighter when it came to his own battles,” his representatives said.
"We had to go back and reshoot that," says Verne Troyer.
I've always been a fan of Will and his work, and I'm such a fan of Netflix and their shows and I always wanted to do one
This strips away the veneer on U.S. dental supremacy.
Back in the good old days, Agent 007 was sent to save the world from nuclear blackmail, errant satellites, cornering the gold market and so on. In 2016 we're treated to a crusade to rid the world of super computers and spy cameras.
Something about this 007 is a little too familiar.
Actor Verne Troyer, best known for his role as “Mini-Me” in the "Austin Powers" series, was hospitalized on Saturday after
"Austin Powers" was a great movie and all, but let's be real: Dr. Evil's cat, Mr. Bigglesworth, was one of the best parts
Sarah Palin, James Bond, and Austin Powers walk into a bar. What they do in the rest of the joke is anybody's guess, but what they might do is raise a toast to the darned clever writers who created their catchphrases.
And both felt they had to up the ante for the second movie. It’s hard not to think that at least a little inspiration for
Mike Myers is expecting a new baby! Now, if only Myers were associated with a catchphrase that could be used here...
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