A YouTuber imagined what happened to the remaining characters in the series after the credits rolled.
Spoiler: There are usually financial consequences for stupidity.
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She's appalled now by the sexism, racism and homophobia in John Hughes' films, but those "outsider" teen struggles still touched many.
Jeffrey Katzenberg, who has denounced Harvey Weinstein, reportedly said he wouldn't know the "Breakfast Club" actress "if she sat on my face.”
Nataly Portman2Adapting Amos Oz's best selling book, A Tale of Love and Darkness, Natalie Portman, who also directed and
We'll give you a hint: It's from the '80s!
If you had an ancestor known simply as "the Swede," wouldn't you want to know more about him?
The Emmy nominated series Who Do You Think You Are? returns this spring to follow more of today's most beloved and iconic
Marilyn Vance on how John Hughes' vision helped her develop Andie and Duckie's out-there styles.
The '80s Brat Pack film celebrates its 30th anniversary this month.
Ready Player One isn't just a book about video games--it's a hilarious, rollicking joyride through '80s pop culture featuring a big-hearted protagonist that you can't help but root for and his epic quest for fame, wealth, and love.
While on a tapas crawl the other week, I was brought back to San Sebastian where I hopped from bar to bar taking in a glass of wine, delicious bites called pintxos and great company -- an essential part of the Basque experience.