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This month will see the exact date (after years of Internet hoaxes) Marty McFly travelled to in Back to the Future Part II – 21.10.15. Still no hoverboards. Still no Cubs World Series wins. Still no Jaws 19 (although Universal have made it a mock-trailer). And, if you’re going by Robert Zemeckis’ – the trilogy’s original director – word, definitely no »
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Chicago – Dan Fogelman is a familiar behind-the-scenes creator, having wrote scripts and screenplays for “Cars,” “Fred Claus,” “Tangled,” “The Guilt Trip” and “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” He takes on his first directorial effort, the story of “Danny Collins,” a faded rock star who finds redemption through a lost letter from John Lennon.
“Danny Collins” stars Al Pacino as the title character, who goes on a journey to find his estranged son, portrayed by Bobby Cannavale. The all-star cast includes Annette Bening, Jennifer Garner and Christopher Plummer, and highlights the process of re-engineering a life that has drifted the wrong way. Dan Fogelman wrote the screenplay inspired by a true story (the background of which is below), and got the opportunity to direct his script.
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Fogelman grew up in New Jersey – where “Danny Collins »
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