The wrapping on principal photography follows an event earlier this week where members of the press got a first look at some Black Panther footage.
(Clockwise from left) Andy Griffith as Sheriff Andy Taylor, Ron Howard as Opie Taylor, Jim Nabors as Gomer Pyle and Don Knotts as Deputy Barney Fife in The Andy Griffith Show, circa 1963. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images)Everyone knows the basic facts of Mayberry: Andy was a widower with an adorable son. Andy didn’t wear a gun, and Barney was allowed only a single bullet for his.
Aunt Bee was quite a cook — except for those pickles.
We now know it refers to plural Jedi – not just one.
In the cavalcade of characters in 2016's Captain America: Civil War, it was hard to pick one stand-out character — but for many, Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther stole every scene he was in.
After disrupting a political meeting in 1906, Mitchell was charged with obstruction and given a three-day sentence.
Working-class suffragettes with family obligations often found spending time in custody to be difficult — unlike most middle and upper-class women, they had no servants to handle cooking and cleaning while they were away.
Instead, Mitchell, who'd worked as a domestic servant and seamstress, devoted her energies to the Independent Labour Party — until she came to feel that the ILP was more focused on universal male suffrage.
By 1904, Mitchell had joined the Women's Social and Political Union, the group headed by Emmeline Pankhurst whose members became known as suffragettes.
Yet, most fans of , Andy Griffith set a festive, frolicsome tone.
And he loved to stage practical jokes, particularly when they targeted Don Knotts.
particularly after the death of Carrie Fisher (General Leia) on December 27, 2016.