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Netflix has a lot of new titles coming out this July. Not only are there quite a few throwbacks hitting the streaming service this month, but there also some recently released movies from the last year in store. Whether you want to drool over Ryan Gosling in The Big Short, or you want to go back in time with the Back to the Future series, this upcoming month has it all. As you fill up your queue, make sure you didn't miss anything from June. »
- Kelsie Gibson
We feature the best that Sideshow Collectibles has to offer at their 2016 Comic Con Booth, featuring stuff from Batman, Superman, Suicide Squad, X-Men, Star Wars, Back to the Future, and so much more! Check out all the goods they have to offer here and start saving up your money and shelf space! Let us know your favorites in the comments (we certainly have ours)! Read More »
- Paul Shirey
Chris Martin, the Coldplay frontman, invited Michael J Fox to the stage to perform a few popular tracks from his classic 80s film Back to the Future — during a Coldplay concert in New Jersey on Sunday. Michael J Fox & Chris Martin Perform ‘Back To The Future’ Tracks Martin’s ten-year-old son Moses popped up […]
- Shantel Whitaker
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Movie Takedown of the Day: Just when you think nobody can beat the movie up more than it has been, here's Honest Trailers v Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: The Ultimate Edition: Mashup Fan Build of the Day: What if you want a time machine but love Back to the Future and Hot Tub Time Machine equally? You make a hot tub (time machine) out of a Delorean: Cosplay of the Day: We have to keep the little girl Ghostbusters cosplay going or the haters win (via Fashionably Geek): She asked for this costume to be made when she was 3 1/2, so she's literally waited half her life for a new Gb...
- Christopher Campbell
What do you get when you put a hot tub in a DeLorean Time Machine from Back to the Future? Super Fan Builds has time traveled into the future to created a one-of-a-kind hot tub complete with a Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor and electric actuators! This comes from the new season of Super Fan Builds, with all episodes now available on go90 right now.
Super-Fan Builds follows Hollywood's top prop makers and craftsmen as they create one-of-a-kind collectibles for deserving super-fans of movies, video games, comic books, and pop culture. Now you can watch as designer Shane Hammond, who has worked on Iron Man and Deadwood, creates an incredible custom DeLorean Hot Tub Time Machine for a Back to the Future super-fan.
Back to the Future is the quintessential 80s time travel movie (though Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure comes in a close second). In this 1985 sci-fi classic, small-town California »
Coldplay kicked off the North American leg of their A Head Full of Dreams tour on Saturday in East Rutherford, NJ, where they pulled a Taylor Swift and welcomed one very special guest to the stage: Michael J. Fox. Before the legendary actor made his debut, the band received a video message from frontman Chris Martin's son, Moses. "Hi Dad, it's your son, Moses Martin," he adorably began. "I was just wondering if you could play a song from one of our favorite movies, Back to the Future." Martin obliged by launching into an acoustic rendition of the song featured in the movie's school dance scene, "Earth Angel," before announcing Fox's arrival. They jammed out on guitar and even performed another song from the '80s classic, "Johnny B. Goode." If nostalgia hasn't totally overwhelmed you yet, check out the video above! »
- Quinn Keaney
“I kinda guess you guys aren’t ready for that yet”, says Marty McFly after rocking out in one of the most celebrated scenes in Back to the Future. “But your kids are gonna love it.”
One child – Moses Martin, son of Coldplay frontman Chris and the actor Gwyneth Paltrow – so loved it that the film’s star, Michael J Fox, joined Coldplay to recreate the scene in New Jersey on Monday.
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- Catherine Shoard
Last year Back to the Future celebrated its thirtieth anniversary, a sobering thought to many of us who remember the original film. Not least because in October we finally passed the ‘future’ date of 2015 and still no flying cars (although Biff appears to be running for President). Love for the film has grown immeasurably […]
- Jon Lyus
Idw’s Back to the Future: Citizen Brown #3 is out on Wednesday, and we’ve got a preview of the issue for you here…
Marty and Doc have outwitted the Tannen family, but at what cost? When the DeLorean speeds back to 1986, our heroes discover that Hill Valley is now a walled-in city held under the sway of the mysterious Citizen Brown. And Marty’s going to have to solve things on his own—because Doc has just faded from existence!
Back to the Future: Citizen Brown #3 is out on July 20th, priced $4.99.
- Amie Cranswick
I guess you guys are ready for this … but your kids are gonna be completely baffled by it. Michael J. Fox joined Coldplay onstage at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on Sunday to reenact a scene from Fox’s 1985 big-screen classic “Back to the Future.” Taking a page from the time-travel comedy’s “Enchantment Under the Sea” scene, Chris Martin and company eased into the Penguins’ “Earth Angel” before Fox strapped on a guitar and joined them. Also Read: 'Back to the Future' Reunion: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd Tell Jimmy Kimmel '2015 Kinda Sucks' (Video) After the band wrapped up its take. »
- Tim Kenneally
When Chris Martin’s son asked his dad to play a song from Back to the Future, both of their favourite movies, during one of Coldplay’s at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, there was only one person who could help him: Michael J. Fox. The actor, rocking the guitar, and the band performed Earth Angel, from the iconic Enchantment Under the Sea Dance, before diving straight into Johnny B. Goode in front of an ecstatic crowd. This isn’t the first time Martin and Fox have been on stage together, performing at a benefit show for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research in 2013. »
- email@example.com (Tom White)
Coldplay isn’t exactly the band I expect to make my heart melt, but melt it into gooey mush it did. At a concert in New Jersey this weekend, Chris Martin made his son’s dream come true, making our day too. The Coldplay frontman’s 10-year-old son had requested his dad play a song from their favorite movie, Back to the Future. Papa Martin played not one but two songs from the 1985 classic — with Michael J. Fox. During the show’s encore, the actor joined Coldplay for two 1950s hit songs that his character plays in Back to the Future: the Penguins’ “Earth Angel” and Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode.” A video of the moment that’ll be majorly smile-inducing for any Back to the Future fan has hit the web: At the 2:30 mark, you can watch Martin introduce Fox “from the best movie of all time” (hear! »
- Emily Rome
If you’ve ever had questions about “Back to the Future,” Kirk Cameron has answers. The actor hosts “The Secrets of the Back to the Future Trilogy,” a behind-the-scenes featurette from 1990 in which the “Growing Pains” star explains the inner workings of Robert Zemeckis’ time-travel franchise.
Cameron, whose more recent work is a bit, um, different, reads letters from fans with a burning desire to know more about the beloved trilogy. The first of these asks whether hoverboards are real and, if not, when they will be; if only time travel itself were real and the concerned fan could visit 2016 to see that hoverboards now kind of sort of are but mostly just catch on fire and hurt people. Cameron uses the question as a segue into the special-effects work that went into the device, »
- Michael Nordine
Great Scott!!!! It ain't too common to see someone pimp out a pair of rare $6,000 Nike Air Mags -- but Washington Redskins defensive end Ricky Jean-Francois did just that ... and TMZ Sports has the pic. The kicks -- more commonly known as the "Back to the Future" shoes -- are hot commodities in the sneakerhead community ... but Ricky wanted to do something special with his pair. So, he brought 'em to Dez Customz and Kreative »
- TMZ Staff
1984’s Ghostbusters is a comedy, first and foremost. However, the real brilliance of the film and its lasting appeal can be attributed to how each gag services the characters and their world. Even when Bill Murray is cracking wise and Dan Aykroyd is being a big goofball, the threat at the center of the film - a threat of “biblical proportions” - isn’t in on the joke. When an ancient demonic destroyer takes on the form of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, the threat being imposed upon New York City isn’t lessened – it just looks absolutely hilarious. Like Back to the Future and later genre-infused comedies like Shaun of the Dead, Ghostbusters isn’t afraid to embrace the fact that it’s a ghost story. It’s just spooky enough, its...
- Jacob S. Hall
Kate McKinnon’s gleefully reckless physicist is brainy comic mayhem, unlike any female character we’ve seen before. And there are more reasons to cheer. I’m “biast” (pro): love the 1984 movie
I’m “biast” (con): wary of the need to remake it
(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)
My reaction to the idea of an all-female Ghostbusters reboot? I am desperate for movies about women doing all sorts of things — including silly stuff like engaging in experimental particle physics, playing around with total protonic reversal, and saving New York City — but I would also like women to get their own stories and the opportunity to create their own iconic characters. I knew that even if this remake turned out to be completely amazing, any success would come with an asterisk. There would always been the “real” Ghostbusters — the original 80s movie, not to be »
- MaryAnn Johanson
Idw Publishing has debuted a preview of Back to the Future #10 ahead of its release tomorrow, and we have it for you here…
Doc’S Story! Is he a man out of time? A visitor from another reality? An alien? A robot? Eighteen hyper-intelligent hamsters in a rubber human suit? Well, definitely not the last one—but the mystery of memoryless Doc Brown is solved… just in time for things to really get exciting.
Back to the Future #10: Continuum Conundrum Part 5 is out on July 13th, priced $3.99.
- Amie Cranswick
Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Partners, known for producing sci-fi classics “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” and “Back to the Future,” is dipping back into the sci-fi well by purchasing a script for alien-invasion film, “The Fall.” Written by Pete Bridges, the movie tells the story of a divorced couple having to traverse Atlanta during an alien invasion to […]
The post Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Gets Back Into The Alien Invasion Business With ‘The Fall’ appeared first on The Playlist. »
- Charles Dean
The first trailer has finally dropped for I am not a Serial Killer, the film Based on the first of Dan Wells' John Cleaver trilogy of books. It is scheduled to screen at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal.
Sixteen-year old John Cleaver (Max Records) is dangerous, and he knows it. He’s obsessed with serial killers, but really doesn’t want to become one. Terrible impulses constantly tempt him, so for his own sake, and the safety of those around, he [Continued ...] »
There was a time when the next logical step for successful live-action movies was to have them turned into animated series. Back to the Future, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Dumb and Dumber, Jumanji, Men in Black,The Karate Kid and plenty more all became animated series. But there was one movie that never made it […]
The post Votd: Learn About the Scrapped Attempts to Make a ‘Jurassic Park’ Animated Series appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
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