A TikTok by @truestory page claims that the Minions franchise story and characters are based on disturbing true events from 1903. The TikTok includes an old photo of people looking a lot like the popular characters. Is this really a true story? Let’s fact check.
It’s been 24 hours since The Slap, and Will Smith has apparently made up with Chris Rock. But has Chris Rock apologized to Jada Smith yet?
The 2022 Oscars were a pretty lackluster affair – that is, until the onstage drama took over the entire show. But what did Will Smith say to Chris Rock? And had the bad blood between them been bubbling for way longer than just the Academy Awards show?
The Dude abides, but how does he subsist in order to perpetually “take it easy for all us sinners”?
The film Zola is a nonstop dangerous adventure of a Detroit waitress and part-time stripper who is way too trusting of a new friend. It’s based on a true story told via a Twitter thread in 2015. The pimp depicted in the Twitter thread and movie has sexually trafficked other women, and is currently serving time in prison for his actions.
Coyote Ugly was released almost 21 years ago and is still a beloved classic about singer-songwriter Violet who finds her voice and gains confidence while working at an iconic performance bar. It turns out that this story about carving out your own life is based, (at least a little bit) on real life.
Now that we know Kanye West’s Star Wars houses are a thing — and that he’s evidently going to solve homelessness with them — we have some unanswered questions.
A new adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary premieres this Friday, 30 years after the first adaptation, which debuted in 1989. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly King reveals that that “everything in the book up to the point of the supernatural stuff is true.” So, what is the true story behind Pet Sematary?
1 Billion Orgasms, from filmmakers Brent Kinets and Terence Mickey, is a documentary about biomedical engineer Aaron Headley and his invention, the Squirt Watch. The watch is intended to help the wearer bring about female ejaculation, but Aaron — who invented it to create the billion orgasms of the title — quickly loses sight of what he says he wants.