Incredible Transformation of Ariel Winter

It’s hard to believe that “Modern Family” has already finished airing. We will miss the Dunphy shenanigans, especially the sweet and lovable nerd — Alex. Ariel Winter had been playing the middle sibling for over ten years, ever since she was 11 years old. And look at her now. Wow! Over the years, Ariel has turned from a bright young starlet into a Hollywood diva right in front of our eyes.

Before she started making witty jokes on the series about the modern American family, Ariel was already an incredibly busy child actress. She got into the spotlight and took on many projects at a very young age in the past. They were mostly voice-acting gigs, but Ariel loved doing it. One of these projects was the 2008 movie Speed Racer, where she played the young Trixie. At the age of 10, Ariel was already visiting red carpet events and posing for the cameras wearing a charming gold dress with high heels.

But that all changed when the young actress landed a role the following year that would make her a household name. Like Alex Dunphy, Ariel is quite witty, especially when compared to her other family members. Alex’s scenes have always been a highlight of the series, and fans have seen Ariel go from a tiny 11-year-old girl to a full-fledged 22-year-old young woman who knows how to present herself on the red carpet and always looks so level-headed in any interview. 

14 Most Iconic Cars From the James Bond Franchise

All the 007 movies have this special formula that seems to be working very well. The role of James Bond always goes to the most popular actor; the hottest and most relevant actresses accompany him, and the secret agent must use at least five different gadgets. And, of course, there’s always a special car.

There have been so many sweet Bond rides throughout the years that it’s hard to narrow down the most iconic ones. But we still tried!

1. Sunbeam Alpine — Dr No, 1962

The first Bond car was naturally English. The Sunbeam Alpine we see in the movie was rumored to have been borrowed from a local to cut the shipping costs.

2. Bentley Mark IV — From Russia With Love, 1963

An amazing choice for a special agent’s car, isn’t it? Even though the spy was equipped with the most modern gadgets, at the time of the release, this model was 30 years old. Not really the most modern choice, but Bond drove Bentley in Fleming’s books, so it needed to be done.

3. Aston Martin DB5 — Goldfinger, 1964 and No Time to Die, 2021

James Bond’s first Aston Martin was the sublime 1963 DB5, which became iconic and being featured in multiple movies like GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, Casino Royale, Skyfall, and, of course, 007’s most recent adventure — No Time to Die.

4. Toyota 2000GT — You Only Live Twice, 1967

It’s hard to imagine a better car for You Only Live Twice when the movie is set in Japan, as the 2000GT is considered the first Japanese supercar. Fun fact: Sean Connery didn’t fit in a hardtop car, so they had to make Toyota a convertible.

5. Mercury Cougar — In Her Majesty’s Secret Service, 1969

When Bond was on the run, and there were no Aston Martins around, he had to drive a Mercury Cougar, which turned out to be a tricky but very stylish car. He showed some amazing tricks on the ice track.

Freida Pinto’s Amazing Journey After Slumdog Millionaire

Freida Pinto’s story started with her first role. She said she received hundreds of rejections until Danny Boyle decided to give her a fair chance. Like Cinderella from the fairytale, she got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to break through all the way to Hollywood. Pinto understands that popularity is temporary, and cinema is an industry for fighters who are not used to giving up. Difficulties temper, without adrenaline it is boring, and the main thing in such a situation is that there are like-minded people with whom you feel confident.

That’s the short version of how Freida got the lead female role in the movie “Slumdog Millionaire,” which was an overwhelming success. The hit drama won 8 Oscars, 4 Golden Globes, 7 BAFTA awards, 5 Film Critics Association awards, and dozens of lesser-known awards and nominations.

Since then, nothing in the world could stop her from moving up the ladder. But what has she been up to after the big hit? Let’s find out!

Modeling Jobs

In 2005, before becoming a big star in Hollywood, Freida used to do a bit of modeling in India. Her first photo session was done by the famous Bollywood photographer Ryan Martis, who worked with new and reliable Indian talents.

Why No One Wants to Work with Jennifer Aniston

One thing that we all know is that when it comes to celebrities, working with them can be a bit of a mixed bag. There are some celebs that have been reported to be very easy to work with, and don’t give off the snooty star vibe at all. But other celebs have been reported as some of the most obnoxious people you may ever come across. As nice and pleasant as these celebs may present themselves to the public, their working personas can be like night and day. And the interesting thing is that these stars who are rude on set or in work mode are those that you may least suspect. Their glowing interviews and flashy smiles on the red carpet cannot deter from the rumors of their borderline rude behind the scenes behavior. While hers may not be the worst, Jennifer Aniston’s reputation behind closed doors is definitely not the best. Can you believe that Aniston is one of these celebs who’ve been rumored as a bit of a headache to work with? Read on to find out why no one wants to work with Jennifer Anniston anymore.

She can be a bit of snobby.

It’s been rumored that Jennifer Anniston is not the nicest person to be around on set. While on the set of the movie Life of Crime, her co-stars described her as not that friendly. One source from that set said, “Every day at lunch the entire cast and crew head to a cafeteria facility where they all sit down and eat lunch together for well over an hour. The only person who doesn’t eat with everyone else is Jen. She quickly grabs a lunch to go and leaves.”

Movies That Launched a Genre

If you look at today’s movie releases, it feels like everything’s been done before and the original ideas are all, but spent. We’re getting hit with remakes, sequels, soft reboots, remakes of sequels, reimaginings, spin-offs, … you name it. An original idea is too much of a risk for most production companies so they’d rather just make an umpteenth the Fast and the Furious movie instead of taking a chance.

Thankfully, in the past there was room for experimentation and risk-taking, and it’s led to an array of movies that have changed, launched or reinvented entire movie genres. Let’s take a look.

James Bond (1960s)

Sure, spy movies weren’t exactly new back when Sean Connery first took up the mantle of James Bond, but there’s a deeper meaning behind the movie’s plot that did change how spy movies were made. This was the first movie where they actually made the plot a reflection of real-life political tensions at the time and had 007 take on the Russians during the Cold War.

Frankenstein (1931)

Frankenstein paved the way for movies about monsters being created against their will and rebelling against their creator. There’s a whole bunch of movies that could be linked to that concept, ranging from Blade Runner (1982) to RoboCop (1987) and even Edward Scissorhands (1990). It’s become a fairly popular theme in movies and it’s all thanks to Frankenstein.

Peeping Tom (1960)

While most people associate the birth of the slasher horror movie with Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, Peeping Tom fits the bill far more accurately. In fact, this movie had so many of the near-voyeuristic slasher horror tropes that at the time, it ruined the directing career of Michael Powell. The movie intimately showed the expression of the victims dying, and audiences weren’t ready for that just yet. A few decades later, they couldn’t get enough of it.

Fantastic Actors Who Played Characters Much Younger Than Themselves

Usually, Hollywood movies and TV shows use older, more experienced actors to portray younger characters, but on very rare occasions, they do the opposite.

Here are 8 actors who were much younger than their on-screen characters.

1. Brad Pitt — Curious Case of Benjamin Button

According to the plot of the movie, Pitt’s character Benjamin Button had an unusual condition where he’d grow older much faster than a regular person. This, of course, means that he’d need to play an old man. Thankfully, the VFX and CGI made it possible for a 45-year-old actor to appear as an 80-year-old grandpa.

2. Leonardo DiCaprio — J. Edgar

It’s been scientifically proven that Leo is a god-tier actor and can ace any role he’s given. By the end of the movie, DiCaprio changed so much that even the crew could hardly recognize him in all the makeup. He went from looking 30 to 77 in less than an hour!

3. Jennifer Lawrence — Joy

In the movie Joy, the 24-year-old Jennifer Lawrence plays a 34-year-old character, Joy Mangano. And a couple of years before that, Jenn starred in Silver Linings Playbook, where she played a 30-something-year-old! What’s stunning is that she got Oscar nominations for both of those movies.

12 “Two and a Half Men” Stars and Where Are They Now

For a successful sitcom series, you need a fun premise, great comedy actors, even better writers, and a lot of top-tier cameos. These were the features that made us fall in love with Two and a Half Men. 18 years have passed since the Harper family first appeared on the screens, but the witty dialogues are still relevant to this day. There’s the rich womanizer Charlie Harper, his loser brother Alan, and the little guy Jake are an endless source of good jokes and cringey moments for the whole family.

Let’s have a look at what the charismatic actors who won our hearts look like today! And let’s just mention some of the most notorious cameos first!

1. Megan Fox

Megan needs no introductions. She was in Transformers, Jennifer’s Body, TMNT, The New Girl, and, of course, one single episode of Two and a Half Men. That was probably her best role so far. 

2. Lucy Lawless

Xena, the Warrior Princess, was Lucy’s bread and butter back in the 90s. Then came Spartacus, Agents of Shield, Ash vs. Evil Dead, all the way to 2021’s show My Life Is Murder. She’s still got it!

3. Miley Cyrus

Let’s be honest here, if Hanna Montana was the pinnacle of Miley’s acting career, no amount of money and/or drugs is going to change that. She appeared in 2 episodes of Two and a Half Men, where she left us with an unsavory aftertaste, but her TV career slowed down a lot after that, probably due to Miley’s busy schedule.

4. Ashton Kutcher

Surprisingly, Ashton Kutcher’s TV and movie career did not benefit from being on Two and a Half Men. In fact, that gig might have made things worse. Or maybe he’s just tired of being in the show business. Jobs was a nice little break for him, but after that, Ashton appeared in a couple of mediocre projects like the Ranch and Stonercats.

What Happened to Calista Flockhart

If you were alive in the late 90s, you’ll probably remember Calista Flockhart. She was the lead actress in a popular show called Ally McBeal, and during the period in which this show aired Calista was also a known name in Broadway theater. However, shortly after the show finished, she pretty much went on an acting hiatus. And there’s a good reason for that!

She met and married none other than Harrison Ford. The two are still married to this day, which is a pretty rare thing in Hollywood. Calista has done some minor roles in the meantime (something in Supergirl, voicing the dolphin in the Madagascar spin-off), but she’s really not been anywhere near as active as she was around the end of the 90s. She did marry Han Solo, and that’s already pretty much peaking at life.

8 Actors Who Got Seriously Injured and Nearly Died on Set

A lot of hard work, sweat, and dedication goes into making a movie. Even though it seems like actors are the only ones working since they are always on the screen, there are dozens of people doing their job right outside the frame. In huge movie productions, something can go wrong at any moment: loose lights crashing, sound cutting out, and of course, there’s always a chance a stunt could end in an ambulance.

Many actors get injured on set, and some even die, which makes you wonder if the price they pay for entertainment is worth the risk.

1. Isla Fisher — “Now You See Me”

Isla Fisher almost died while filming a stunt. She went into the tank filled with water, but something went wrong. The actress couldn’t break the chains! She started panicking and screaming, but the water muffled everything. One of the chains got caught on her bathing suit, and Isla was essentially stuck underwater for five whole minutes until the crew realized she needed help.

2. Jaimie Alexander — “Thor: The Dark World”

Jaimie had no idea that she would get injured on the set by just walking. She came to the set to do a casual scene that didn’t involve any risky stunts or complicated actions, but the situation changed in a matter of seconds. It was a cold rainy night. The actress was going down a metal staircase and… slipped, just like that. The fall was quite literally bone-shattering, as she displaced a disk and fractured the 11th vertebra.

3. Michael J. Fox — “Back To The Future III”

When filming one of the scenes in Back to the Future 3, Michael decided to make it more realistic. The scene in question is the one where his character almost gets hanged. The actor decided to knock out the box from under his feet, effectively hanging himself for about 30 seconds. He almost died of suffocation before Robert Zemeckis realized what was going on.

Food Scenes in Movies That Made Us Hungry

Food is one of the best things on the planet, isn’t it? Just looking at it in the right context can instantly make you hungry and awaken your deepest cravings for a lovely meal. Movies know this and have actively tried to capitalize on this phenomenon by providing us with some of the most delicious-looking movie scenes that’ll have you running to the fridge.

Let’s take a look at some of those iconic scenes.

Macaron Eating – Marie Antoinette

There’s still some doubt on whether or not “let them eat cake” was an actual thing she said, but we’re pretty sure that sugary treats were a thing she ate. The whole scene looks decadent, delicious, and like it could induce a sugar-filled rush like none other. If anything ever made you want to be a rich person in the Victorian era, it’d be this.

Great Hall Feast – Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone

The first Harry Potter movie introduced us to the world of wizardry and magic, but it also introduced us to the huge feasts Hogwarts has. The way the kids react to this insane amount of delicious food is also pretty on point, with Ron pretty much burying his face in it instantly. Being able to cast magic is cool and all, but dining like kings is where the real power is at.

Ratatouille – Ratatouille

Having an animated movie do an excellent job of making food look tasty is something only Pixar could ever achieve. The whole movie exists around building up this legendary dish and when it finally gets served, you feel sad that you can’t eat a chunk of it yourself. 

9 Most Beautiful Korean Dorama Actresses

When it comes to beauty and refining one’s appearance, Asian women are second to none. They know every single trick in the book and use that knowledge to become even more gorgeous than they already are. One could say it’s not fair, but there’s no such thing as fairness in show business unless we’re talking about equal pay and equal opportunities for everyone.

All this means is that Asian women, Korean ladies, in particular, are the most beautiful in the world. And you know damn well, those dorama actresses are the creme of the crop, so let’s look around and try to discover which Korean actresses are the most attractive.

1. Lee Sung Kyung

Lee Sung Kyung is a 30-year-old gorgeous model and a remarkable actress. This beauty has won several model contests and fashion awards in addition to having an active movie career. You may have seen her in Love+Sling, The Doctors, and the more recent show Dr. Romantic 2.

2. Han Hyo-Joo

Han Hyo-Joo is a 33-year-old actress from Cheongju, South Korea. Like many ladies on this list, Han’s been quite busy with her schedule, counting over 30 projects over the past 15 years. Her best-known roles were in TV shows like Brilliant Legacy and Dong Yi, which won her the Best Actress title at the Blue Dragon Film Awards.

3. Park Bo-young

This 30-year-old Korean actress is probably best known for her photos leaking online, but that unfortunate incident did not deter Park Bo-young from starring in hit movies like The Silenced, On Your Wedding Day, and many others.

7 of The Best Bollywood Remakes of Hollywood Films

If you hadn’t caught up with it yet – Bollywood is basically the Hindi version of Hollywood and it really doesn’t bother trying to cover up their lack of creative originality. Bollywood is filmed with remakes or blatant copies of famous Hollywood movies, but they just get that extra Bollywood sauce we all love to hate (or hate to love?)

Join me as we dive deep into the Bollywood remakes that are based on some classic Hollywood movies.

Sangharsh (1999) – The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

You’d think nobody would dare mimic Anthony Hopkins’ performance as Hannibal Lecter, but then you didn’t know about Bollywood. And you know what – it isn’t even a half bad movie. It’s got some good acting in it and it manages to keep up the suspense.

Kaante (2002) – Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Just imagine being an unknown Bollywood movie director and thinking you’ll just get started on that remake of one of the best Tarantino movies ever. What’s the worst that could happen? Luckily, this movie wasn’t a carbon copy and just took some heavy inspiration from Tarantino’s work. It would’ve probably tanked otherwise.

Partner (2007) – Hitch (2005)

I’m not sure if even the Hollywood version warranted being made, but at least in Bollywood they figured it was a proper film. And while Hitch did have some comedy – this was before Kevin James was bad – the Bollywood version manages to maintain most of the original’s charm.

Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer Finally Together After Being on a Break for 20 Years!

According to multiple sources, after filming the Friends Reunion special, Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer listened to their hearts and finally started dating. For real this time.

In the special episode, one of the questions pertained to off-screen flings between the cast members, and Jenn told the story of her having a crush on David. This is exactly like it was written in the show, but the roles were reversed. You heard it right: Aniston and Schwimmer were in love with each other, as were their characters Rachel and Ross. However, the couple decided not to cross the line and poured all those suppressed feelings into their on-screen characters.

Despite keeping the feelings at bay for years, the actors assured that they remained friends on the set, but who would want their first kiss to be on national TV? Apparently, these two didn’t mind. Instead of doing a few practice runs in a nice secluded spot behind the set, their first kiss was the one we all saw in the show. They just channeled all their adoration and love for each other into Ross and Rachel.

And now, after 20-something years have passed, former on-screen lovers decide to spend time together at the Aniston’s house in Los Angeles. The paparazzi saw them drinking wine while talking about something, probably reminiscing about the good old days, as they walked through one of Jen’s favorite vineyards in Santa Barbara. The sparkles between them were flying in every direction!

9 Most Gorgeous Women in the MCU

The MCU has been around for almost a decade and a half and has brought many of our childhood dreams to life. We can now step into a theater and see famous heroes like Spider-Man, Captain America, and Thor fighting side by side against a common foe. No longer do we have to imagine what comics would look like in real life.

The hardest job in turning a comic book to life is casting the right person for the right character, and the MCU has consistently done an excellent job at this. Let’s take a look at some of the most gorgeous women they cast for their superhero stories.

1. Scarlett Johansson

After being introduced as Black Widow in Iron Man 2, she’s been a major part of the Avengers and the MCU. She gets to end her story with a solo movie that’s in theaters now, but that’s sadly been overshadowed with a lawsuit Johansson started against Disney. She’s still an amazing woman, however, so go see Black Widow anyway!

2. Jaimie Alexander

In the MCU she’s playing Lady Sif and has appeared in two Thor movies and Agents of SHIELD show. She’s been on the back burner for a while now, but had a short appearance in the Loki series and will be coming back as Sif in the next Thor movie. Seems like the MCU hasn’t forgotten about her after all!

3. Elizabeth Olsen

We’d been waiting for it for a long time, but Wanda Maximoff finally became the Scarlet Witch in the WandaVision show. Her next appearance is going to be in the second Dr. Strange movie, so that’ll be a magical experience in every sense of the word. 

15 Huge Hollywood Stars in Their First-Ever Movie Roles

1. Scarlett Johansson – North (1994)

Before we got to see Scarlett in a tight Black Widow suit, she’s been through a lot of roles, starting with her first movie North.

2. Selena Gomez – Spy Kids 3D (2003)

Selena’s not just a great singer and Bieber’s infamous ex, she’s also a decent actress. Her first appearance on the big screen was in Spy Kids 3D, when she was only 11.

3. Emilia Clarke – Triassic Attack (2010)

Right before playing our beloved Khaleesi, Emilia put some pain on giant prehistoric lizards.

4. Zendaya – Frenemies (2012)

Zendaya and Bella Thorne, as a dynamic detective duo? Sign me up! It’s no Spider-Man, but we’ll take it.

5. Anna Kendrick – Camp (2003)

To think that Anna’s first movie appearance was only 8 years ago in the movie Camp. It’s unbelievable that she’s remained unnoticed for so long.

7 Remakes Better Than The Original Movies

Films are one of the best forms of entertainment that can be enjoyed. There is no better lazy day activity to experience than cozying up with a friend or loved one and watching a great movie. The only problem is that some movies are not all that great to start. Many original versions of films really turn out to be flops. This is where remakes come in. Some bad movies are remade, but some great ones are repurposed as well. While the good original versions are tough to beat, there are some remakes that are actually even better than the original. This is not an easy feat to accomplish with really great movies. But there are some remakes that are so exceptional that they are actually more popular and better made than the first try. If you would like to learn about these exceptional second takes, check out these 7 remakes that are better than the original movies.

Dawn of the Dead: 2004

The remake to Dawn of the Dead is based closely on the Romero original. But this version starring Ving Rhames that follows survivors of zombie attacks is a very good watch. They hide out in a shopping mall and this storyline keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.

Invasion of the Body Snatchers: 1978

This remake is already amazing because of its cast, which includes Veronica Cartwright, Jeff Goldbum, Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams, and Leonard Nimoy. This version has been described as elegant and terrifying at the same time.

Heaven Can Wait: 1978

The original version of this 1978 remake was called Here Comes Mr. Jordan. This was a great storyline, but the remake directed by Warren Beatty is much better, which is slanted as a warmly received romcom. The remake beautifully portrays a quarter back, who is taken 47 years before his time by an angel that made a huge error in timing.

Comparing The Cast of Dune 1984 vs. Dune 2020

One of the most talked-about films of 2021 is the epic adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel Dune, with the excellent director Denis Villeneuve at the helm. The Dune adaptations have a long and mostly unsuccessful history. Back in the mid-1970s, Alejandro Jodorowsky was going to make an ambitious film adaptation that would exceed even the wildest expectations, with a potential to become one of the greatest achievements of the film industry.

But, alas, Jodorowsky’s “Dune” collapsed under the unbearable weight of its components, and production did not really have time to start. Other than that and the god-awful SyFy mini-series, the most famous film adaptation of the fantastic saga was the 1984 film — Dune (surprised?) by David Lynch.

Since we still have time before the release (September 3), let’s look closer at the actors from the 84’s version and compare them with the modern cast.

1. Paul Atreides

In 1984, Paul Atreides was played by Kyle MacLachlan, while in the remake, we’ll be greeted by the handsome Timothée Chalamet.

2. Duke Leto Atreides

Jürgen Prochnow played Duke Leto Atreides in the old one and the 2021 version he will be portrayed by the one and only — Oscar Isaac.

3. Lady Jessica Atreides

The 1984 Lady Jessica was played by Francesca Annis. Now compare her to her modern iteration by Rebecca Ferguson. Which one looks better?

4. Chani

The young Chani will be played by Zendaya, who we all know from the Spider-Man movies. Her 1984 version was portrayed by Sean Young.

5. Reverend Mother Mohiam

Siân Phillips was outstanding as Reverend Mother Mohiam, and Charlotte Rampling will have to be on her A-game to even stand a chance.

10 Actors Whose Careers Imploded After They Lost Weight

Fans are used to seeing celebrities slim and fit, gasping and snarking every time a star gets chubbier. How dare they? They’re supposed to be perfect forever and always! However, there is another side of the story — excessive thinness, which is not uncommon in Hollywood, can cause even more harm. Sometimes losing that extra weight not only makes the stars sick it also damages their career.

Here are 10 celebrities who lost more than just weight.

1. Rebel Wilson

Relatively recently, the Hollywood actress Rebel Wilson has lost 25 pounds thanks to a special secret technique. She drank a lot of fluids, ate every six hours, and went to bed early. Yup, that’s the big secret. But where is she now? Nowhere to be seen.

2. John Goodman

John decided to lose weight after talking with his doctor, who delivered him the news: lose the extra pounds or die. Sometimes there’s just no time for the career, especially when you’re fighting for your life.

3. Jonah Hill

Similar to Goodman, Hill also hit that “danger” mark on his scales. Let’s face it, nobody wants to kick the bucket when they’re young and successful, so health comes first. Hopefully, his acting career will recover soon.

4. Seth Rogen

If you dig in your memory long enough, you’ll remember Seth as this awkward guy with a beer gut, but it all changed when he started filming The Green Hornet in 2011. He lost 30 pounds, but the movie still sucked. In the next few years, Seth only appeared once or twice on camera, and now he’s producing some of the best shows like the Boys and Invincible.

Top 10 Best Movies About The Olympics

There are plenty of movies that center on sports. There are also great movies about amazing athletes and their journey to success. These movies are great premises to follow and are typically very inspirational. But what surpasses these sports movies are films about the actual Olympic games. It seems that art imitates life in this situation. Just like in real life the Olympics are a bit more exciting than regular sporting events, movies about the Olympics just have a certain luster that average sports movies do not have. The allure of the Olympics is the exclusivity of the events, and the fact that they only happen every four years. The Olympics bring together people from around the world, in the spirit of competition and patriotism to one’s country. This global competition is inspiring to watch in real life, as well as in fictional depiction in films as well. With the Olympics well underway this year, it is the perfect time to catch up on Olympics related movies in between watching the real games. If you’re ready to stock up on great Olympic films to watch, check out these top 10 best movies about the Olympics. 

Blades of Glory: 2017

In this rival figure skating comedy, Will Ferrell and Jon Heder definitely bring the laughs. This is not quite like his other films like Anchorman and Step Brothers, but it is definitely an interesting take on the Olympics. Will Ferrell was not able to get the rights to use the Olympic name, so instead the characters compete in the World Wintersport Games.

Without Limits: 1996

Billy Crudup stars in Without Limits as Steve Prefontaine in this movie directed and written by Robert Towne. It also features Donald Sutherland as Bill Bowerman, a trainer and coach in the film. 

The Cutting Edge: 1992

This movie combines sports, romance and laughs and features D.B. Sweeney and Moira Kelly. They staras a hockey player and figure skater two team up for the Olympic pairs competition. 

Cool Runnings: 1993

This feel good movie is one of the best films centering around the Winter Olympics. It follows a Jamaican bobsledding team who learn to adapt to the icy slopes of their newfound sport. 

Judith & Robin Find Filming Locations and Recreate the Scene

There’s something special about stumbling upon a filming location and instantly recognizing what movie it comes from. It adds a little special to your trip and it makes it all the more memorable. You’d be lucky enough if you could find one or two of those locations in a lifetime, but some people have made an actual sport out of finding as many of these locations as possible.

If we’re talking about people that really take it to the next level, there’s Judith & Robin. They have an Instagram page called secretfamousplaces and not only do they actively hunt down filming locations – they’ve turned a sport out of recreating the specific scene where you should be recognizing it from. They even match their clothing and body language as good as they can to make it seem all the more impressive.