While the $3 million production starring everyone’s favorite rock ’n’ roll ’70s superheroes was the second-biggest TV movie of the year, it was initially despised by critics, fans, and even the band members themselves.
Actor Sean Whalen looks back at his much-lampooned TV spot, reveals he couldn't eat peanut butter for 4 years afterwards.
Following this week's news that a cereal based on the show is being sold at Target, the product is proving hard to find.
The film that launched the undying zombie hordes remains a terrifying, socially conscious classic a half-century after its release.
The actress joined creator Dick Wolf and fellow stars to talk about the show's importance in the #MeToo era, NBC's initial reluctance to greenlight the spinoff, and what the future holds.
The equine-themed comedy was bad enough. But imagine being on set with a diarrhea-suffering horse: "It was like a Jackson Pollock of feces on the wall."
While Travolta was preparing to shoot the big sequence, his running mates were adrift on a sailboat in the Pacific. Here's the bonkers true story.
Actress Kathryn Beaumont shares behind-the-scenes secrets from the set of the animated feature.
Here’s how Harrison Ford’s space cowboy turned from supporting character to cultural sensation — and why his popularity, ironically, may be waning just as "Solo: A Star Wars Story" is finally in theaters.