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Wayne's Mark McKenna Talks Dream Role, Del Dynamic, and Pop Culture Picks (INTERVIEW)

Created by series writer Shawn Simmons and executive produced by Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Greg Coolidge, and Kirk Ward, the series is a righteously insane-in-all-the-right-ways mix of John Hughes, John Wick, Rian Johnson's Brick, and the Coen Brothers‘ Raising Arizona.[caption id="attachment_922066" align="aligncenter" width="600"] YouTube Premium[/caption]When McKenna‘s Wayne learns that his birthright – a 1978 Pontiac Trans Am – was stolen from his father on his[...]

Futurama Santa Claus

Our Top Five Best On-Screen Santa Claus Picks

George Seaton directed and provided the screenplay for the 1947 film, while Les Mayfield directed the 1994 films with John Hughes updating Seaton’s screenplay.The film follows the exploits of one Kris Kringle, who gets hired as a department store Santa, replacing his predecessor fired for inebriation The films demonstrate how Santa Claus would operate in[...]

Wayne: YouTube Premium's Bloody Great New Comedy Gets Official Trailer

Created by series writer  Shawn Simmons and executive produced by Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Greg Coolidge, and Kirk Ward, the series is a righteously insane-in-all-the-right-ways mix of John Hughes, John Wick, Rian Johnson's Brick, and the Coen Brothers' Raising Arizona.Needless to say, we fell for it hard (as our review below can attest) - and now the fine[...]

Watch: Never Before Seen Deleted Scene From The Breakfast Club

The John Hughes classic brat pack coming of age high school film The Breakfast Club is getting the Criterion treatment The Collection’s Blu-ray edition includes 50 minutes of goodies including a never-before-seen deleted scene between Claire (Molly Ringwald), and Allison (Ally Sheedy).Check it out:https://youtu.be/t0eiUzLNhwcReleased in 1985, The Breakfast Club was Hugh's second outing as a director, following Sixteen[...]



This Day in Pop Culture History

On This Day In Pop Culture History For February 18

We asked for comment by our very own Madeline Ricchiuto: Hell yeah, Battletoads! Heavy Rain is one of the best games I've ever played and Splinter Cell is a classic. [gallery size="medium" ids="612399,612403,612401,612400,612402"] Today in Bleeding Cool history, in 2014 Erik Grove wrote about essential comics for kids that are still relevant today.A Happy Birthday goes out to Professor Zoom[...]