Morgan Murrell

“Set It Off” Turns 21 This Year And Here's What The Cast Has Been Up To

What he’s been up to: The Washington native went on to star in projects like Asunder, Rules of Engagement, Full Frontal, Malibu’s Most Wanted, Something New, Madea’s Family Reunion, The Art of Getting By, I Will Follow, City of Angels, Sex and the City, Fatherhood, Dirty Sexy Money, The Event, and Quantico.

Memorable line: “I am quite content just listening to you, staring into those beautiful pretty brown eyes…are you cross-eyed?”

Here's What The Cast Of “Thirteen” Has Been Up To, 14 Years Later

Fun Fact: During the scene where Nikki Reed’s character is piercing Evan’s belly, Nikki actually poked Evan’s belly with the needle. So when Evan’s character screamed, “What the fuck did you do,” it was completely unscripted and authentic. She still has the scar to prove it.

What she’s been up to: Evan Rachel Wood went on to star in projects like A Case of You, Running With Scissors, Across the Universe, and Westworld.

55 International Films And TV Shows On Netflix You'll Wish You Watched Sooner

Country: South Korea

Type: Series

Netflix description: After a chance meeting in a hospital, an ardent soldier falls for a gifted surgeon. Opposing philosophies tear them apart, but fate has other plans.

What fans are saying: If you’ve ever wanted to try out a K-drama series but never knew where to start, give Descendants of the Sun a try! Its a military drama, hospital drama, and a rom-com all wrapped into one. You will laugh, you will cry, and you will get invested in the two leads, who are actually getting married at the end of October!


“Matilda” Star Mara Wilson Regrets Coming Out In Wake Of Orlando Shooting

In a recent interview with Medium’s Lambda Legal, Mara opens up about wishing she made the announcement at a different time:

I often wish that I hadn’t done it then because I got accused of taking advantage of a tragedy for personal attention. Now clearly I like attention, but I am not so callous as to make a tragedy about myself, my life and my story. That isn’t what I was going for.

I think that if you’re in a place of security and privilege — which I can admit that I am — it’s important for you to come out. I don’t see myself as anybody’s savior, but I’d rather it were me — who can afford therapy and afford this platform — getting harassed for being who I am than a young LGBTQ kid. I think it’s important.

A lot of people like to tell women — and especially queer women — that they are doing things for attention. And it is strange to me that the worst thing a woman can do is do something for attention.