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Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Fake Sequel of the Day: Doc and Marty are back in Back to the Future Part IV, which only exists in the form of this fake trailer from Smasher (via Geek Tyrant): Viral Video of the Day: Tilda Swinton appears in character in this strange ad for a fake company in Bong Joon-ho's upcoming movie Okja: Prank of the Day: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star Chris Pratt participated in a tricky but hilarious phone prank for a recent BBC Radio appearance (via /Film): Movie Trivia of the Day: Speaking of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, see how much trivia you know about the movie a week ahead of its release: Vintage Image of...
- Christopher Campbell
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 »
Hollywood is in an era of remakes, sequels and prequels, which begs the question: where is “Back to the Future 4”? Related: Jacob Tremblay Owns Halloween With ‘Back To The Future’ Costume To help fill this rift in time and space, YouTuber Trolley Smasher cut together scenes from the original trilogy and various marketing spots. The […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
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
Author: Scott Davis
Are you telling me that the director of Back to the Future could be about to helm the next big Dceu film, The Flash? If new rumours are to be believed the legendary filmmaker is in talks with Warner Bros about taking over the long-gestating project, according to Screen Junkies.
Zemeckis would certainly be something a coup for the studios having had plenty of trouble trying to get this film of the ground. But with his directorial style and his recent embracing of 3D, it could be a match made in heaven. Most recently, he made Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard-starrer Allied, and has made such films as Cast Away, The Walk, Romancing the Stone and What Lies Beneath.
- Scott Davis
Kirsten Howard Simon Brew Rob Leane Apr 28, 2017
Of all the Dceu's superhero flicks, The Flash has had arguably the bumpiest ride yet.
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First, there was the general confusion over why the character of Barry Allen was to be recast when Grant Gustin was doing such a bang-up job on the small screen.
Author: Andy Furlong
When Guardians of the Galaxy was first released in 2014 for all its quirk and swagger the thing that really separated it from the rest of the Marvel pack was its use of music. Director James Gunn revealed that the film’s composer, Tyler Bates, had written large chunks of the score first so that they could film to the actual music. In many ways the film’s personality is its score, and with the release of the sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in cinemas this week audiences can expect more of the same.
Music is probably the most important thing in cinema for instantly establishing mood, tone and visual cues. From the menacing piano keys of John Williams’ memorable score in Jaws to the sheer elation of Alan Silvestri’s triumphant overture in Back to the Future, a film’s accompanying score is often as unforgettable as the movie itself. »
- Andy Furlong
Screen Junkies are reporting that none other than Back To The Future, Castaway and Forrest Gump helmer Robert Zemeckis is in talks with Warner Brothers to direct The Flash, the stand-alone superhero movie that will be lead by Ezra Miller.
The film has had many bumps in the road on its journey to the big screen. Seth Grahame-Smith and Dope director Rick Famuyiwa were both set to direct before jumping ship, but now it looks like Zemeckis could be the man to fill the position. However, comments jumped up online about the news of Zemeckis’ potential involvement with Umberto Gonzalez from The Wrap saying that he had purely just taken a meeting with the studio, who are still talking with other directors.
Here’s the tweet in question.
Not true. Not in talks. He took a meeting and that is it. They’re still meeting with other directors. https://t. »
- Paul Heath
It is no secret that DC's production of The Flash feature length movie has had trouble taking off, but that could all change soon. It was reported back in February that Warner Bros was rumored to be taking the project back to square one after the loss of two directors, most recently Rick Famuyiwa (Dope) and original director Seth Grahame-Smith (Lego Batman). The Flash was supposed to launch in early 2018 and has been pushed to 2020, which still seems to be totally unrealistic at this time. The Flash is not the only DC movie to be going through some creative problems, both Bat Man and Cyborg have had very public stalls and stutters.
But, could this all turn around for The Flash? Screen Junkies is reporting that sources close to the project say that Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future) is rumored to take over the flailing project. It is also »
Having passed through the hands of Seth Grahame-Smith and Rick Famuyiwa, it looks like Warner Bros. may have potentially found its next director for The Flash solo movie, with Screen Junkies reporting that Back to the Future and Forrest Gump helmer Robert Zemeckis is in talks with Warner Bros. about the film.
‘Ace Scooper’ El Mayimbe quickly jumped on the report, stating that it’s “not true” Zemeckis is in talks and that Warner Bros. are still meeting with other directors.
Not true. Not in talks. He took a meeting and that is it. They're still meeting with other directors. https://t.co/I6jcXsmcVa
— Umberto Gonzalez (@elmayimbe) April 27, 2017
Given Mayimbe’s track record, the ink is probably drying on Zemeckis’ contract as we speak…
Joking aside, this should be treated as a rumour until we hear something official, but the prospect of Zemeckis taking on a superhero movie is certainly a tantalising one. »
- Gary Collinson
So, according to Screen Junkies, Back To The Future's Robert Zemeckis is "in talks" to direct Warner Bros. long-gestating The Flash movie. Which, oh my God, that's exciting! For one, there's an old-school whimsy to a lot of his films that would fit perfect with this incarnation of The Flash. Sure Zemeckis has delved into dark territory... Read More »
- Damion Damaske
La La Land director Damien Chazelle will direct a new musical TV series called The Eddy, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The drama will center around a club in modern-day Paris, its owner, the house band and "the volatile city that surrounds them."
British screenwriter and playwright Jack Thorne will write The Eddy. Thorne is known for co-writing the This Is England spin-off series with Shane Meadows and creating the supernatural BBC show The Fades. He's also written for the hit teen drama Skins and the original British version of »
The DC Extended Universe has had an interesting last 12 months or so. In that span, we’ve seen sequels and spinoffs announced left and right, we’ve seen directors come and go from The Batman, and of course, we’ve also seen Rick Famuyiwa depart from his directing duties for The Flash. This was especially disheartening, since Famuyiwa had really shown his storytelling chops in Dope, and audiences were really looking forward to seeing how it would transfer over to the likes of The Flash.
However, when one door closes, another opens. Just like Ben Affleck leaving The Batman paved the way for Matt Reeves to take the helm, Famuyiwa’s departure has left the seat open for another real talent to board the project. The man on deck to take said helm is none other than Robert Zemeckis. If you somehow do not recognize Zemeckis’ name, he’s the »
- Joseph Medina
Following the back-to-back departure of Seth Grahame-Smith and Dope helmer Rick Famuyiwa, Barry Allen’s solo movie entered a state of limbo to the extent that the Powers That Be quickly ordered a total overhaul of the film’s screenplay. Casting the net in search of a replacement director has been the next port of call, and though he was seemingly one of the many filmmakers shortlisted for Suicide Squad 2, three weeks ago Jonathan Levine‘s name became attached to The Flash. Alas, one would assume that Levine has since dropped out of the race based on this new development, with Zemeckis emerging as the new (and possibly final?) frontrunner.
But before we get too far ahead of ourselves, it’s important to place Screen Junkies »
- Michael Briers
The clip shows an animated Trump in bed counting up accomplishments as president, like lowering his golf handicap and increasing his Twitter following
The Simpsons is taking on Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office in a short animation released online.
Donald Trump reviews his first 100 days in office. Watch an all-new episode of #TheSimpsons this Sunday at 8/7c on Fox. pic.twitter.com/rDtvNgusFs
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- Associated Press
After a three week break The Flash returned last night with Barry traveling to the year 2024 to try and gain any advantage he could over Savitar. What Barry wasn't expecting is how bad things would get in the future after the death of Iris. Barry had become so obsessed with finding out how to save Iris that when he does fail it will fracture the team in the future. This season Barry has forgotten about what he has learned about himself since becoming the Flash the he is doing more harm than good for the team. Being obsessed with saving Iris has made him forget to be the superhero that he is and sacrifice his feelings for the good of others. Grant Gustin and Carlos Valdez did an amazing job of transforming to their future selves and showing the hurt and anguish Iris's death brought to the team.
Caitlin's transformation »
- Michael Connally
Did you know that Rick and Morty was actually intended to be a more direct spoof of the movie Back to the Future with the title “Doc and Mharti?” It’s true. Series creator Justin Roiland said: I actually made this as a way to poke fun at the idea of getting cease and desist letters. At the time (October 2006) I had nothing to lose and my original intention was to call this “back to the future: the new official universal studios cartoon featuring the new Doc Brown and Marty McFly” and then I’d just sit back and wait for
Rick and Morty Creator Has Been Trolling Movie Studios for a Very Long Time »
- Nat Berman
Avengers 4 already has an interesting history, two years out from release. It was initially announced with the rest of Phase 3 as Avengers: Infinity War Part 2, complete with a logo, but was later changed to the working title of Avengers 4. Even after the title change, Marvel Studios announced that directors Anthony and Joe Russo were shooting Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4 simultaneously, like the Back to the Future or Matrix sequels. This also is no longer the case, with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige changing his tone last week, saying instead they will do one right after the other. Feige also revealed the title to Avengers 4 is being kept under wraps as it could prove to be a spoiler for Infinity War.
Related: Did Zoe Saldana Reveal The Title Of Avengers 4?
- Nick Doll
The legacy of Albert Einstein cannot be overstated — even when we take the scientist’s accomplishments for granted, he’s one of our planet’s most famous pop culture figures, recognizable across generations. The way he’s been depicted on screen has ranged from well-researched takes on the man’s life, such as Nat Geo Channel’s new anthology series “Genius,” premiering today, to, shall we say, somewhat more out-there fare.
Read More: ‘Genius’: Albert Einstein Undergoes a Heated Interrogation in Exclusive Sneak Peek — Watch
Below are some of the most notable examples we found featuring the great scientist depicted in a less-than-serious state. What’s interesting about looking at all of these examples together is how on the one hand, Einstein as an icon has been utilized for the sake of comedy for decades now. But when film or TV choose to engage with the reality of the man himself, »
- Liz Shannon Miller
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