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Luke Owen gets hands on with Injustice 2…
Whether you like the DC Extended Universe or not, it’s almost impossible to look at the work NetherRealm Studios have done on Injustice 2 and think, “damn that would make an awesome movie franchise.”
The revival of the Mortal Kombat series via Mortal Kombat 9 has spread through into their DC output, starting with 2013’s very good Injustice: Gods Among Us and into its sequel Injustice 2. It’s got new characters, new movesets, new combos, new locations and a whole new improved feel.
What’s impressive about Injustice 2 is just how inclusive the whole thing feels. Mortal Kombat X, for all the praise one could give it, at times felt like it was aimed at fans of the franchise who want to spend hours, days and weeks learning every single combo technique possible. It felt like a game that was purposefully built just for professional tournaments. »
- Luke Owen
Et's Nischelle Turner caught up with the 25-year-old actor at the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Sunday, where he opened up about the series' upcoming conclusion, and hinted that the show might "come back one day" in movie form!
Exclusive: Get Your First Look at 'Teen Wolf's' Final Season -- See the Last Cast Photos!
"You'll get a lot of [your questions] answered," Posey said of Teen Wolf's series finale. "There's always going to be stuff where you're going to be left hanging on -- just some minor things -- because the way I want Teen Wolf to progress, it's that maybe we come back one day, as a movie or something [or] a TV show again."
"I, in my »
Okay, so don’t worry. There is not a Back To The Future Part IV, but there is a new very well-made fan trailer that uses elements of old commercials, movies and other bits an pieces to create a faux trailer for a potential fourth movie… and it’s not half bad.
The trailer was created by the folks at Smasher over on You Tube, with the video having over 1 million plays in under a week.
The post It’s time to go back… Back To The Future Part IV has a trailer appeared first on The Hollywood News. »
- Paul Heath
The fan-made Back to the Future 4 trailer is setting the Internet on fire. Fans of Back to the Future have been wondering about a possible addition to the franchise for over 25 years and a new movie does not seem to be possible at this time. A Back to the Future Broadway musical has been in the works since 2004 and was just recently postponed, but that's not exactly what most fans are looking for, is it?. What fans are looking for is exactly what this fan-made trailer delivers.
The Back to the Future 4 fan-made trailer uses footage from Michael j. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reprising their iconic roles of Marty McFly and Doc Brown over the past 10 years. Footage from commercials including Toyota, Lego Dimensions, Garbarino, and Jimmy Kimmel Live are creatively edited together in a cohesive manner that almost feels like the real thing. And as the video views continue »
28 April 2017 8:47 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Talk about a blast from the past, or is it the future?
A recent fan-made trailer for Back to the Future: Part IV is starting to gain some traction on YouTube and there is a good reason why: It's really well put together, hitting the sweet nostalgia spot just right.
The video, posted last week by Smasher, already has nearly one million views.
There have been other fan trailers cut using the same source material, but this »
- Ryan Parker
Who doesn't love Back To The Future? While Michael J. Fox is fun, and the script tight, it's really Christopher Lloyd's eccentric performance that elevates the film to classic. And, honestly, he's pretty much good in everything - stealing scenes as the stoner in Taxi and even showing real pathos for a nothing villain role in Santa Buddies (a movie, yes, I saw). So... Read More »
- Damion Damaske
Not all YouTube stars sit in front of their computers and edit videos all day. Some of them are pretty serious athletes, and Callum “Calfreezy” Airey is looking to unite that group with a new venture. He has teamed up digital media company Brave Bison (formerly known as Rightster) to launch Rebel Fc, a new soccer team featuring a roster of YouTube content creators.
The members of Rebel Fc include a number of big-name YouTube stars like Airey and Mike Fox, mid-tier operators like Reev, hughwizzy, and SV2, and smaller creators like Andrew Savva and Rhys Anderson. The group will be managed by Rio Ferdinand, the former Manchester United great who made 81 appearances for England’s national team.
We shouldn’t expect to see Rebel Fc in the Champions League anytime soon, but many of its featured creators have soccer skills to match their videomaking abilities. The team members showed »
- Sam Gutelle
Garth Brooks is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his hit, "We Shall Be Free," with a shout-out to his fans ... by making them the stars in the remake video. The song has a history ... released in 1992, the track was inspired by the L.A. riots. To celebrate its 10th anniversary back in 2002, Garth made a vid starring Whoopi Goldberg, John Travolta, Jay Leno, Michael J. Fox, Sean Connery, A-Rod and more, but only released it last month. »
- TMZ Staff
Living with Parkinson’s disease for more than 25 years, Michael J. Fox opens up in a new interview for the upcoming issue of Aarp The Magazine to reveal he’s come to be able to laugh at his ailment. “The truth is that on most days, there comes a point where I literally can’t stop laughing at my own […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Michael J. Fox has never let Parkinson's break his spirit.
The Back to the Future star sat down with Aarp Magazine for the publication's April/May issue, where he candidly discussed how accepting his condition has led to him living a more fulfilled life.
"It isn’t resignation, and it freed me to actively deal with and endeavor to change my situation," the 55-year-old actor said of coming to terms with his illness. "I like to say, 'My happiness goes in direct proportion to my acceptance, and in inverse proportion to my expectations.'"
In fact, Fox says that going public about his diagnosis is what has helped him to live a happier life.
"It was empowering to have people understand what I was going through," he shared. "I immediately felt better."
Another thing that enriches the actor's life? Staying active »
Michael J. Fox is amused at the symptoms brought on by his Parkinson’s disease.
The Back to the Future icon, who battles the disease, tells Aarp The Magazine for their April/May cover story that most days he’ll laugh nonstop at himself, particularly when trying to deliver a cup of coffee to his wife of almost 30 years, Tracy Pollan.
“The truth is that on most days, there comes a point where I literally can’t stop laughing at my own symptoms,” he says.
“Just the other morning I come into the kitchen,” he says. “I pour a cup — a little trouble there. »
- Alexia Fernandez
If you're a fan of ’80s werewolves fan, then you might start coughing up hairballs out of excitement, because Scream Factory has announced that they will be releasing Collector's Edition Blu-rays of Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too this summer.
Scream Factory made the announcement on Facebook. Special features, cover artwork, and an exact release date will be revealed at another time, but fans of Scott Howard (Michael J. Fox) and his cousin Todd (Jason Bateman) will definitely want to stay tuned for more details.
From Scream Factory: "Return to the 80s once again with two comedy-horror hits we know you'll howl for. 1985's original Teen Wolf (starring Michael J Fox) and its follow-up, 1987's Teen Wolf Too (starring Jason Bateman) will both be coming out later this Summer as Collector Editions!
No other details to report at this time but extras, newly-illustrated artwork and specs are currently in »
- Derek Anderson
Michael J. Fox Being a bad ass is about more than just brawn. Courage is a lot more bad ass than muscles, and Michael J. Fox, who’s struggled publicly with Parkinson’s Disease for twenty years, is an inspiration to anyone who’s ever faced adversity - all of us. But, as fits this column, he has made some great friggin’ movies. Fox, a nice Canadian boy from... Read More »
- Chris Bumbray
The cast of MTV’s Teen Wolf celebrated Thursday’s filming of the 100th and final episode of the series in style — with a well-adorned cake. Production officially wraps Friday on Season 6 of the horror drama starring Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien and Holland Roden, which is based mildly on the 1985 movie starring Michael J. Fox. Check out the cast photo below. Here is the caption: Front row: Dylan Sprayberry, Shelley Hennig, Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Jr Bourne (floating… »
Not only did Beverly Hills, 90210 make a huge impact on the life of series star Shannen Doherty, but she recognizes the influence it had on the generation of young people who tuned in weekly.
In the spirit of #Tbt on Thursday, Doherty, 45, shared a photo of herself and costar Jason Priestley from the ’90s when the duo starred on the drama.
“This is a true #tbt. #beverlyhills90210 is to this day the biggest tv show of its kind I worked on. A true iconic show that reached and touched not only young people, but bridged the gap to their parents. »
- Natalie Stone
After the “Cinderella, little-movie-that-could, made for only $1.5M with zero stars,” won Best Picture at the 89th Oscars, Moonlight easily became our first pick of one of the many highlights from Sunday’s show.
Back in the pressroom director/producer Barry Jenkins said about the mixup, “No explanation. Things just happen, you know? But I will say I saw two cards. And so things just happen, you know? I did ‑‑ but ‑‑ and because ‑‑ I wanted to see the card to see the card. And Warren refused to show the card to anybody before he showed it to me. And so he did. He came upstairs, and he walked over to me, and he ‑‑ he showed the card. Everybody was asking, »
- Movie Geeks
Oscar's iconic moment and all of the snubs and surprises from the 89th Academy AwardsOscar's iconic moment and all of the snubs and surprises from the 89th Academy AwardsAdriana Floridia2/27/2017 11:21:00 Am
As crazy as that final moment from the 89th Academy Awards was last night, we need to celebrate.
Moonlight, a film made on a budget of 1.5 million dollars, about a gay black man struggling with his identity, is the first Lgbt film to win the Best Picture Oscar. It's also the first Best Picture winner with an all-black cast. Most importantly, its big Best Picture win will open many more opportunities for diverse film-making and the representation of minority voices.
We're still in shock and awe about how it all went down last night, in a major Oscars first. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway took the stage to present the Best Picture winner, the most coveted award a movie can win, »
- Adriana Floridia
No wait, sorry, there's been a mistake. it's Moonlight! Our bad.
What a glorious only-in-Hollywood fiasco, and what a sublimely insane ending to an Oscar night for the ages. It was just like the end of Bonnie and Clyde: Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway bask in each others' glow, there's suddenly an awkward silence, they share a moment of doomed erotic eye contact ... and then oh, the carnage. The only thing missing was some sad banjo music. The Best Picture screw-up was »
Before the big snafu (La La Land wins Best Picture … no, wait, it’s Moonlight!), the actors marked the 50th anniversary of their iconic 1967 film, Bonnie and Clyde, by presenting the Best Picture category at the 89th Academy Awards.
Sunday’s ceremony was Dunaway’s first time presenting the best picture award, but Beatty previously had the honor twice before – in 1975 and in 1990.
“I think that it could be said that our goal in politics is the same as our goal in art, and that’s to get to the truth. So, »
- Karen Mizoguchi
Marty McFly at the Oscars!
Michael J. Fox made an appearance during Sunday's ceremony to present the award for Achievement in Film Editing alongside Seth Rogen. In a pre-produced video package introducing the pair, Rogen waxed poetic about the influence of Fox's beloved 1985 film, Back to the Future.
Moments later, entering the stage in a DeLorean, natch, Fox and Rogen emerged to a standing ovation from the audience.
"I'm gonna pretend half that applause is for me, even though I know, deep down, it is not," Rogen joked, pairing his tuxedo with a pair of Nike's new Future-inspired self-lacing sneakers.
"Some of it was for you," Fox replied.
"You think, like, 30 percent of it was for me?" Rogen asked.
After a brief pause, Fox deadpanned: "Some of it was for you."
The duo continued their bit with a delightfully awkward sing-a-long.
"I'm a the Oscars »
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