The concept of famous people cherry picking their trademark looks and moves from others makes us a little sad. (And you're making us the saddest, Beyonce.)
If there's anything we've learned about Hollywood's casting decisions, it's this one important aspect: They make precisely zero sense.
It's time for some real talk. Real HISTORY talk.
This is our salute to some of Hollywood's most iconic improvisers.
There's some saying about pointing at people but you're really pointing at yourself or whatever -- point being that our shit stinks too. And sometimes worse.
It turns out amidst all that filmmaking boogaloo there's some clandestine details that are pretty mind blowing.
Architects thought they were SO SMART until Google came along.
Pretty much, you could interchange one for the other and no one would ever be the wiser.
When you put time on a grand scale, it would appear that change is something that takes a very long time to happen. But take a quick snap of any given era, and you'll quickly see how that really isn't the case.
Curses are just a bunch of baloney reserved for corny movies and campfire tales, right? Wellllll, maybe not.
It turns out that when you're able to wipe your ass with $100 bills, the planet will let you get away with pretty much anything you damn well please.
There's a saying in Hollywood: 'If we can milk this for every dollar that it's worth, then yank those friggin udders.'
At what point does 'homage' turn to 'totally stole that scene, you jackass.'