Flip through the gallery for a look at 18 iconic country stars who've also made their debut on the big (or small!) screen, ranging from George Strait's appearance in "Pure Country" to Dolly Parton's beloved turn in "9 to 5."
Fox portrayed some iconic characters from the 1980s that still resonate today. And even after announcing he had Parkinson's disease in the early 2000s, Fox still managed to be a successful television presence. Here's our look at 20 of Michael J. Fox's most notable roles.
Sure, Arthur Conan Doyle gave us Sherlock Holmes, fiction’s foremost detective. However, Agatha Christie gave us multiple notable characters. Like Doyle, Christie has been adapted for TV and film many times over. These are the most memorable.
Michael Douglas is Hollywood royalty. Along with his late father, Kirk, he is a legend of the craft. The younger Douglas is still delivering memorable performances. Here is our ranking of his 20 best roles.
"Rascals," otherwise known as troublemakers or weasels and annoying beyond fault, have been staples on television for decades. Viewers love to hate them. Most, however, are extremely entertaining. Here are the most notable of these such characters.
College football season is special. The pageantry, excitement, and passion make for plenty of drama and memories. In the world of television and film, fictional football collegiate football programs have also become notable in pop culture. Here are some of our favorites.
Reboots and remakes of popular television shows seem like a dime a dozen these days. Some are worthy; others, we wish never happened. Here are some TV shows we'd like to see return to prominence in some form or another.
Ever wonder what it would be like to live in one of those memorable homes or apartments seen on television or in a film? Whether a spacious mansion or a matchbox apartment, fictional residences play a big part in some of the most beloved TV shows and movies through the decades.
Food frequently plays key parts in film, television, and even literature storytelling. There are plenty of fictional food creations we'd love to sink our teeth into just once, for better or worse. Here are some of the top fictional foods we'd like to eat.
“Mad Men” put AMC on the map as a source of original programming. “Breaking Bad” took things to the next level. The story of a seemingly mild-mannered chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin is perhaps the most critically-adored drama of the last 20 years.
In professional wrestling, there’s something called a “face turn.” This is when a heel, or bad guy, turns face, or becomes a good guy. This doesn’t just happen in the wrestling world. Face turns happen in pop culture as well. Here are some times when villains have made a face turn in movies and television.