Darwin. 2008 film "Expelled" is about issues related to the work of Charles Darwin and Intelligent Design.
Glenn Close. Glenn Close was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of Joan Castleman in "The Wife".
Tyderium. Chewbacca pilots the shuttle Tyderium to the forest moon.
Final Destination. The film "Final Destination" is rated R for violence and terror, and for language.
Steven Spielberg. "Ready Player One" is based on a 2011 book by Ernest Cline.
Captain America. In "The First Avenger", Captain America was portrayed by Chris Evans, who had previously played The Human Torch.
Madge Sinclair. "The Lion King" was the first Disney cartoon to be dubbed into Zulu for its African release.
Quiz Show. The 1994 film "Quiz Show" is based on a book by Richard N. Goodwin.
Prince Charming. If "Shrek 2" is dubbed in French or Italian, there won't be any problem for Rupert Everett: he knows both the languages.
The Truman Show. Ed Harris was born in 1950.
Togruta. "Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" was released on May 19, 2005.
Charlie. Director Stephen Chbosky also wrote the book and screenplay for the film.
The Shape of Water. "The Shape of Water" had seven movie nominations at the Golden Globe Awards.
Mission: Impossible II. The "Mission: Impossible" TV series on which the films were later based had no character named Ethan Hunt.
Milla Jovovich. In "Resident Evil", there are zombies scene many times and appear many times, however the word "zombie" is never spoken.
Red Dawn. The PG-13 rating was brought in after "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" and "Gremlins" both received PG ratings.
The Bloodhounds Of Broadway. Madonna plays lounge singer Hortense Hathaway in "The Bloodhounds Of Broadway".
George Clooney. Danny Ocean was played by Frank Sinatra in the original 1960 version of the movie "Ocean's Eleven."
Friday The 13th. According to Tom Savini, 1980 film "Friday The 13th" was ground-breaking for its graphic splatter make-up.