Ask people what they most remember about Steven Spielberg’s Hook, and the answer is bound to be Rufio. The character, played by Dante Basco, was the leader of the Lost Boys before Peter Pan returned to Neverland, and ultimately, he’s killed by Captain Hook.
Say the word “Amblin” to film fans and instantly they will get a picture in their heads. It’s a picture from the 1980s, of kids, fantasy, wonder, aliens, and more—the tone Stranger Things recently aimed to capture. Now take that feeling and put it in a single room. That’s what you get at Amblin 35.
In 1991, Steven Spielberg told us what happened when Peter Pan grew up. The film, Hook, was a big hit and garnered a huge legion of fans who saw it as kids. It hasn’t aged too well, to be honest, but these photos will make you either insanely nostalgic or incredibly depressed.
Bang-A-Rang-yelling Baby Rufio from Hook is absolutely the cutest cosplayer we've spotted at Comic-Con thus far. All other babies should go home.
Dante Basco (Rufio) joined the Homemade Movies team to bring back his epic battle from Hook. And now if you'll excuse us, we have to go watch Hook all over again.
Coat hooks come in two varieties: dainty things that fling your jacket to the floor whenever someone walks by, and torture devices that take five minutes to snake through the loop in your collar. Leave it to the Swedes to come up with the perfect solution, an articulated pincher that's deployed by the weight of your…
We've all been there: arrive in a grubby public rest room, realise there's nowhere to hang anything, and be faced by the grim experience of dropping your possessions to the grimy floor. This folding hook could save you from that fate.
When tackling products designed for use in the kitchen, designers tend to make every effort to perfectly balance form with function. And Karim Rashid's done exactly that with his new Hook cookware collection featuring built-in hooks for hanging/displaying your pots and pans on the wall.
Bangarang! Remember the angry crop-top wearing leader of the lost boys, from Robin Williams' slightly creepy take on the Peter Pan fairytale, Hook? Now Rufio is getting a movie prequel of his own, and it's taking us behind the red and black mohawk.
Who knew a few simple strokes from a tattoo artist could turn the mopey Edward Cullen into the brash, mohawked Rufio from Hook! According to Geekologie — who also made this excellent GIF — the ink was part of a bet:
We really liked The Adventures of Tintin, but we've heard lots of people saying it's not Steven Spielberg's best movie. And this started us wondering: What was Spielberg's last truly great genre film? Was it Tintin? Minority Report? God forbid, was it Indiana Jones 4? Now's your chance to vote!
Everybody knows Captain Hook is an old man who's creepily obsessed with a young boy — but apparently the origin story of Peter Pan and Hook is much more scandalous than that. Learn more, in the first trailer for Neverland.
It may be the middle of summer, but Syfy doesn't care — they're premiering new seasons of Eureka and Warehouse 13, plus a new series. There's new True Blood, Futurama, Doctor Who, and more. Plus a classic movie's TV debut!
Some find baby dolls cute. Others realize their potential for holding your stuff—if they're chopped to bits and fastened to wood.