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 never watched Scooby-Doo, you can stop reading this entry, close your browser and silently weep, if people are around, don’t worry, they’ll understand because they watched Scooby-Doo as children. For everyone else, did you know the 2002 live action movie cut like a bunch of really awesome jokes.
Jimi Hendrix’s name is so intrinsically linked to the guitar that to this day, slamming all of an amplifiers knobs to the maximum setting is still referred to as the “Hendrix setting” by some people. Something he earned by pretty much walking around with a guitar everywhere he went.
The original Charlie and the Chocolate Factory movie, oddly called, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory for no reason we can discern is consistently rated as one of the finest children’s movies of all time, impressive considering it features one of the singular most terrifying scenes ever filmed. But we digress, the film would have never been made in the first place if it wasn’t for one little girl who really liked reading.
Egg eating snakes, which sometimes go by the more science-y, but less descriptive name of “Dasypeltis” are a mostly toothless subsection of the snake genus that subside almost entirely on eggs. Weirdly, unlike virtually every other animal on Earth that eats eggs, egg eating snakes eat them whole.