Mila Kunis wasn't 18 until the fourth season of 'That '70s Show.' We'll let that sink in for some of you.
At the height of its power, the Empire had more manpower than the entire continent of Africa.
No, Pope Paul VI never proclaimed our pets are going to heaven.
We've all got some skeletons in our family closets. It's just a matter of finding ways to rise above them.
If someone gets angry you handed them a shook up can of soda, now you can turn it in to a quick science lesson that probably won't save you.
Obi-Wan's death may have let the rebels escape, but really the character kicked the bucket because Alec Guinness hated being in the movies.
Just like everything else in Hollywood, even character archetypes are recycled at a disturbingly alarming rate.
Willie Nelson is a great musician, avid stoner, and can probably kick your ass.
The real 'Little Mermaid' is a horrifically depressing story featuring witchcraft, rejection, and, oh yeah, Ariel has no soul.
Yard glasses were popularized in the 17th Century and not by the local apes at the frat house down the street.
Sometimes all it takes to suck the magic out of a place is to visit it and discover hundreds of other people had the same delusions you do.
Quite frankly there aren't enough holidays in America centered around vikings and getting staggering drunk.
We all know Hollywood takes major liberties, but these discrepancies are particularly mind-boggling.
When you toss your marbles into the trash, you're throwing away someone's super tedious hard work.
It's like Lego knew the only way to make people care about the prequels was by shoehorning in a character who is, at best, tangentially related to the entire series.