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  1. 100 Years: The Movie You Will Never See, a secret film written by and starring John Malkovich. 100 Years is kept in a high-tech safe in bulletproof glass that will open automatically on 18 November 2115, the date of the films release. The plot remains a complete secret.

  2. November 18 is Micky Mouse's birthday. Steamboat Willie was released in 1928 and is considered by Disney to be his official birthday.

  3. A film titled "100 Years" starring John Malkovich, will be released in November 18, 2115. It is stored in a bulletproof vault which will automatically open for it's premier at the Cannes Film Festival

  4. The song 'November Rain' took Axl Rose 8 years to write, and was at one stage, 18 minutes long

  5. 100 Years, a film written by and starring John Malkovich that's being held in a high-tech safe in bulletproof glass until it will open automatically on November 18, 2115, the date of the film's premiere. Anything about the film is entirely unknown.

  6. John Malkovich starred in a movie we'll never see. The release date is set to 18 November 2115.

  7. A fire that started in one of the trains in the tunnels on November 18, 1996 did a lot of damage to both the tunnel and the train before it was extinguished. The passengers were all rescued.

  8. The movie "100 years" that has been finished last year is kept in a bulletproof safe and is due to be released November 18 2115, 100 years from 2015.

  9. Arthur died on November 18, 1888 from the effects of a cerebral hemorrhage in New London, Connecticut at the age of fifty-seven. He was buried in a family plot in Menands, New York.

  10. The railroads created the Pacific, Mountain, Central, and Eastern Standard Time zones used in America today. They went into effect on November 18, 1883. Prior to that, each town or city would keep its own solar time, setting clocks so noon was when the sun was directly overhead.

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The day before the November 18, 1978 mass suicide at Jonestown, Guyana, Congressman Leo Ryan and several members of an NBC news crew were shot dead. The NBC producer was shocked that he and his crew survived Vietnam not "a rinky-dink country’s backwoods."

Mexico City officially became the nation's capital on November 18, 1824.

On November 18, 1978, in what became known as the “Jonestown Massacre,” more than 900 members of an American cult called the Peoples Temple died in a mass suicide from drinking grape Kool-Aid laced with cyanide and potassium chloride under the direction of their leader Jim Jones.

On November 18, 1966, the United States Department of Defense successfully launched a 180 kg (~400 lbs) projectile into space using a gun. The payload was fired from a 40 m (131 ft) long gun and reached an altitude of 180 km (110 mi).

A teen oriented version of Men's Health magazine targeted for 13 to 18 year olds lasted only a year between August 2000 and November 2001

100 Years is A science fiction film Advertised in 2015 with the tagline "The Movie You Will Never See", it is due to be released on November 18, 2115, matching the 100 years it takes for a bottle of Louis XIII Cognac to be released to customers

About 100 years, "The Movie You'll Never See", a movie that is set to release on November 18 2115.

Once during a November 21, 1996 episode of Wheel of Fortune, Pat Sajak suffered from laryngitis and switched places with Vanna White [21:18]

Until November 18, 1883 towns across the U.S. set their own times by observing the position of the sun