Warring kings, luminous princesses, brave knights-errant, seductive ladies-in-waiting, armor, swords, bodices — we love everything about the Middle Ages. (Except for the plague; that wasn't cool.) Medieval fiction and its genre cousin, High Fantasy (Medieval fiction with magic!), have inspired some of the most epic movies of all time, grandiose tales of conflict and conquest that play out in worlds both romantic and terrifying.
ReelzChannel will proudly be journeying back into the Middle Ages on Oct. 17th with the debut of the first part of our epic eight-part mini-series World Without End, adapted from acclaimed author Ken Follett's follow-up to The Pillars of the Earth. As we begin our two-week countdown to the big event, help us put together a list of the Top 10 Epic Medieval Movies of all time.medieval movies
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ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
The New York Post snagged an interview with NFL phenom Tim Tebow to find out what makes him tick (timesaver: God) and he revealed a few of his favorites:
— Favorite movie: Braveheart
— Favorite actor: Will Smith
— Favorite actress: Jennifer Aniston
Speaking of Jennifer Aniston, the actress revealed she has engaged in a little laser treatment here and there but draws the line at injections, and claims she was a "dumpy teenager."
Sandra Bullock stunned at the Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close premiere in a plunging black pantsuit, while her personal trainer Simone De La Rue says Sandra has used a dance-based method to get into such incredibly good shape.
Lindsay Lohan's sister Ali continues to take the modeling thing a little too far, looking emaciated while on vacation in Hawaii.
RIP Christopher Hitchens, who died at 62 after a battle with cancer. The writer and cable news pundit targeted a wide range of people across the ideological spectrum including Michael Moore, Mel Gibson, Bill Clinton, Bob Hope, George W. Bush, Sean Hannity, Billy Graham, Ronald Reagan, Princess Diana, Prince Charles, Jerry Falwell, Henry Kissinger, the Dalai Lama, and Mother Teresa. Posted 12.16.11 by reelz