Xena is one of the single most badass female characters in pop culture history. We’re not here to talk about Xena’s impressive on screen body-count or all those people she punched to death though, we’re here to talk about the fact she was probably one of the first gay protagonists to grace our TV screens, even if we didn’t know it.
As unbelievable as it may seem, a single, medium sized gecko could literally support half of your body weight from its tiny gecko feet, meaning, yes, if you could somehow glue several geckos to your hands and feet, you could become Spider-man. A really bad version that smelled of gecko piss we’ll admit, but lets see you come up with a better idea.
Snakes on a Plane is such a hilariously stupid concept you have to wonder how the hell it got off the drawing board in the first place and how it got through editing without someone changing the title, well the answer to both of those questions is Samuel L. Jackson.
Samuel L. Jackson is known as one of the world’s most powerful and versatile actors, he’s also as bald as shaved billiard ball. So when he chooses an acting role, one of the things that sways him is how badass he gets to be and whether he’ll get to pick the look (read: wig) of his character.
If you’ve ever wondered why Skynet decided that all of its kill-bots had to look like Austrian body builders with accents to match, well it’s explained in a deleted scene in the third movie and the reason is exactly as stupid as you’d expect.