Hard to believe it’s been 30 years since this comedy classic first blessed us with its presence and now, some rare behind the scenes photos have resurfaced showing abandoned and evolving concepts that brought this beloved movie to life!
When a television show wraps or a movie finished up, you often hear stories about how actors wept at the fact that they were not only saying goodbye to a job, but also to cherished friends they had worked with for years. Seeing those moments captured in pictures is quite emotional.
You asked for it, you got it! One hundred more movie facts from your favorite (and not to favorite) films!
What we have here are a series of pictures that show precious rare looks behind the scenes of some of our favorite films. This is truly a treat to see the touches and the personality hidden behind the silver screen.
If you think that these facts sound too amazing to beleive, you’re probably smart.
Think you know your favorite movies (and not so favorite movies)? Think again!
Some studios are in the business of xeroxing the plot of major Hollywood movies and releasing cheap ripoffs of them on DVD and, believe me, business is very good!
Ha ha! Mike TeeVee is bald! It’s good to see that they all grew up rather level-headed.
The Lord of the Rings practically made the word “Hobbit” a household name (well, more than before at least) and introduced millions of movie-goers to the little village of Hobbiton. Surrounded by lush greenery, this collection of hobbit-holes set a charming location for some of the movies and took advantage of New Zealand’s spectacular beauty. Hobbiton is still there… a little weathered, but still lovely. Now, instead of furry-footed Hobbits, the hills of the tiny town are traveled by sheep, Hobbiton’s only residents. Hobbiton is located on a farm in Matamata which offers tours of the place to visitors.
The end of Summer is here and this is what I did instead of anything constructive… make fun of the movies that came out. I’m so lonely.