Here are our pop culture picks for Sept. 7-13, including the best deals we could find for each.
In 1956, Harry Belafonte topped the charts with “Day-O.” Decades later, his voice became <em>Beetlejuice</em>’s secret weapon.
Though the television personality Dick Cavett was in just a single scene of Tim Burton's 1988 supernatural comedy "Beetlejuice," it turned out to be the most memorable one in the film.
Though Ve Neill had a hand in every character from Winona Ryder's quintessential goth teen Lydia to the inhabitants of the undead waiting room, her proudest contribution was transforming Michael Keaton into Beetlejuice.
'Beetlejuice' writer Larry Wilson shared some information about the movie fans might be surprised to learn.
Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures’ brewing musical adaptation of “Beetlejuice” has mapped out its road to Broadway, locking in a world premiere run at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C. in October. An adaptation of the 1988 Warner Bros. comedy that starred Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder, “Beetlejuice” has music and lyrics by Eddie Perfect, the […]
It was 15 years ago today that we said goodbye to Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. Beginning on Canadian television in 1963, the show moved to PBS in 1968, and aired there until its August 31, 2001 finale. Fred Rogers, a former Presbyterian minister with a knack for explaining tough issues to children, worked in public television as a puppeteer and performer for over a decade before his Neighborhood came to fruition.
The Blues Brothers are coming back! In cartoon form…? The first-ever feature based on a Saturday Night Live sketch hit theatres in 1980, followed by a sequel we’d all like to forget – which mind you did NOT come out in 2000, but in 1998 – and now Jake and Elwood are returning to the small screen in an animated series. Developed by Bento Box Entertainment, the studio behind Bob’s Burgers, as well as Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi’s widow, and former SNL writer Anne Beatts, the series has no network attached.