It was only a matter of time before we started talking movies that could successfully be rebooted as TV shows, especially with so many of them underway already. Although we’ve seen some terrible movie reboot ideas come to fruition on the small screen (Rush Hour, Lethal Weapon and Scream), we’re not above the idea of these 10 movies getting the living room binge treatment. If it gets Dan Aykroyd to quit yapping about paranormal investigations or gets Bruce Willis back on top, why the hell not?
Although we think the rumored reboot of our favorite pet detective, Ace Ventura, is a cardinal sin, we do think reprising some of these movies in an extended format could be beneficial to our cringeworthy binge lives. For instance, wouldn’t you like to see The Godfather drug out into a long form like The Sopranos? Wouldn’t you love to see some
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Most Wanted list is celebrating 65-years of successfully capturing the most hideous criminals in America’s history.
Notorious FBI director J. Edgar Hoover instituted the most wanted list in 1950, after a reporter asked the bureau to provide a list of names and descriptions of the “toughest guys” that the agency wanted to capture. After the public showed intense interest in the resulting story, Hoover decided to act and publish a formal list.
Since its inception, the FBI most wanted list has featured 504 fugitives from the law — eight of whom are women — with 473 (94 percent) captured or located. Out of that number, 155 (31 percent) have been found with the public’s assistance, a key element of the list.