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Sequel Bits: ‘Bumblebee’, ‘Power Rangers’, ‘The Predator’, ‘The Nice Guys’, ‘Back to the Future’ and More

Sequel Bits: ‘Bumblebee’, ‘Power Rangers’, ‘The Predator’, ‘The Nice Guys’, ‘Back to the Future’ and More
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Check out a new Bumblebee poster A Power Rangers sequel may or may not be in development, depending on who you ask Jake Busey dishes on how The Predator treats Predator 2 as cannon James Roday wants another Psych movie Shane Black would love to make a Nice Guys sequel if someone would just […]

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Lindsey Buckingham Announces Tour Dates, Which Begin Four Days After Fleetwood Mac’s Tour

Lindsey Buckingham Announces Tour Dates, Which Begin Four Days After Fleetwood Mac’s Tour
The 40-plus-year saga of the Lindsey Buckingham-Stevie Nicks incarnation of Fleetwood Mac took another turn today, when Buckingham — who recently parted ways with the band — announced not just a three-disc compilation of his solo material but a tour to support it… which will begin four days after the Fleetwood Mac tour that he didn’t want to be on.

To be fair, according to Nicks, Buckingham said he didn’t want to be on the road for a year, and his tour lasts just two months. Buckingham’s tour launches in Portland, Or on Oct. 7 and wraps in Pennsylvania on Dec. 9 (see the full dates below). Fleetwood Mac’s tour begins Oct. 3 in Oklahoma and is scheduled through April.

“This team wanted to get out on the road, and one of the members didn’t want to go out on the road for a year and we just couldn’t agree,
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The 'Back to the Future' Cast Just Reunited 33 Years After the Film and the Photos Are Everything

Marty, Doc, Biff, and Lorraine are back together again! More than 30 years after Back to the Future hit theaters, stars Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Thomas F. Wilson, and Lea Thompson reunited on Saturday, Aug. 11 and the pics of the foursome hanging out have fans of the classic movie obsessed. "Four old friends get back from the future," Lea, 57, wrote alongside one pic of the group on her Instagram account. Michael, also 57, and Thomas, 59, then posted similar pics with the captions, "Back in 2018, even Biff made it," and, "Wow. This just happened," respectively. Of course, Back to the Future fans just couldn't get enough of the awesome cast reunion photos. "I'm very happy to see them together again!" one person commented with another adding, "This photo just gave me goose bumps! The Bttf movies were such a special part of my teen years. You all look wonderful and youthful! Thanks for the memories!
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Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson Reunite in ‘Back to the Future’ Cast Photo

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Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson Reunite in ‘Back to the Future’ Cast Photo
Michael J. Fox, Lea Thompson, Christopher Lloyd and Thomas F. Wilson reunited for an epic “Back to the Future” cast photo at a convention on Friday, giving fans major nostalgic feels.

The stars of the 1985 classic took a picture together in Boston, the first time the cast has been together since a 30th anniversary celebration in 2015.

“Four old friends get back from the future,” Thompson wrote, while Fox captioned his photo with, “Back in 2018, even Biff made it.”

According to Huffington Post, the cast took photographs and signed autographs for fans and took part in a panel discussion.

Back to the Future” was directed by Robert Zemeckis, who also wrote the screenplay for the film with Bob Gale. It has become a cult classic film after grossing $381 million worldwide and is the
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Back to the Future Cast Reunites at Fan Convention

Back to the Future Cast Reunites at Fan Convention
Michael J. Fox reunited with his Back to the Future co-stars on Friday at Fan Expo Boston. The Marty McFly star gave fans quite the blast from the past when he met up with Christopher Lloyd (Dr. Emmett Brown), Lea Thompson (Lorraine Baines) and Thomas Wilson (Biff Tannen) at the Boston Convention Center. Thompson shared a picture of the reunion on social media. "Friends from the past in the future!" she tweeted. "@FANEXPOBoston So fun. Love these men."   Fox shared a similar picture and wrote "Back in 2018, even Biff made it." Wilson also posted a picture and wrote "Wow! This just happened" and Lloyd called the reunion "special."   In...
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The Morning Watch: The Lanky Actor Behind Movie Monsters, ‘Back to the Future’ with Bad Sounds & More

The Morning Watch: The Lanky Actor Behind Movie Monsters, ‘Back to the Future’ with Bad Sounds & More
The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, meet actor Javier Botet, a man you’ve undoubtedly […]

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‘Back To The Future’ Reunion – 33 Years On From The Release Of The First Movie

A proper Back To The Future reunion took place in America over the weekend with the film’s main cast member getting back together to celebrate the release of the classic trilogy. The original movie was released a whopping 33 years ago, but Marty McFly, Doc Brown, Lorraine Baines-McFly, and Biff Tannen have been pictured in the same room at a convention over Boston.

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Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, and Thomas Wilson were snapped at the Fan Expo in the city, the first time they have been together since the original film’s thirtieth anniversary three years ago.

Related: Eight promises Back To The Future made about 2015

All shared one-liner thoughts on social media. “Back in 2018, even Biff made it,” said Michael J. Fox who played the film’s central protagonist, Marty. Wilson, who played the bad guy of the series, Biff Tannen, said “Wow.
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‘Back To The Future’ Stars Reunite To Celebrate Sci-Fi Classic

‘Back To The Future’ Stars Reunite To Celebrate Sci-Fi Classic
Great Scott! Back to the Future stars Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, and Thomas Wilson reunited in 2018 to give a boost of nostalgia for fans at the Fan Expo in Boston this weekend.

It’s been 33 years since the Robert Zemeckis-directed time-traveling sci-fi comedy was released in theaters. The actors played the iconic characters of Marty McFly, Doc Brown, Lorraine Baines-McFly, and Biff Tannen respectively for three movies which has since become a cinematic classic.

The four posted reunion photos on their Instagram account. Fox wrote, “Back in 2018, even Biff made it” while Wilson said “Wow. This just happened.” Thompson posted on her account, “Four old friends get back from the future” and Lloyd simply said, “This was special.”

With the flood of reboots, revivals, and reimaginings the topic of a remake of Back to the Future came up during the expo to which Fox said co-creator
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Great Scott! Stars of Back to the Future Reunite at Fan Convention: ‘This Was Special’

Fans won’t need to hop into a DeLorean to get the stars of Back to the Future together again!

The film’s stars Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson and Thomas Wilson were all in attendance on Friday at the Fan Expo Boston, where they signed autographs, participated in a panel discussion about the franchise, and posed for some sweet photographs together.

“Four old friends get back from the future,” Thompson, 57, who played Marty McFly’s mother Lorraine, wrote alongside a shot of the four stars smiling together.

Likely echoing the reaction of the franchise’s many fans,
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Back to the Future Cast Reunite, Talk Back to the Future 4 Possibilities

Back to the Future Cast Reunite, Talk Back to the Future 4 Possibilities
Back to The Future stars Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, and Thomas Wilson held a mini-reunion at the Fan Expo Boston over the weekend and discussed the possibility of often-talked about Back to the Future 4. While Lloyd seems interested in the idea, only if the story is right, the rest of the cast pretty much dismissed the idea of the fourth installment ever becoming a reality. The Back to the Future franchise is beloved all over the world, but it doesn't look like it will be expanding any time soon.

Back to the Future 4 rumors pop up constantly, with fans of the franchise hoping that one day Marty McFly and Doc Brown will go on another adventure. When asked about the possibility of Back to the Future 4 at the Fan Expo, Biff Tannen actor Thomas Wilson joked that people want to see another movie because they want to
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Trailer For John Carpenter's 4K Re-Release of The Fog

As you may have read a few days ago John Carpenter's classic horror film The Fog is getting a 4K theatrical re-release, and now the first restored footage of the film has surfaced!

Unfortunately, the theatrical re-release is only happening in New York, L.A., and Chicago throughout October, so this trailer is the only look some of us will get to see of the finished product. That said, what was shown looks incredible!

Check it out below, and let us know if you plan on making a trip to see the restored version of the film in theaters.

The 4K re-release will open in theaters on October 26th for limited runs at the Metrograph in New York, Landmark’s Nuart in Los Angeles, and The Music Box Theatre in Chicago. Additional screenings will occur during the week of Halloween throughout the Alamo Drafthouse circuit and other specialty theaters.
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Secret Cinema 'Romeo + Juliet' event expected to go ahead after last-minute cancellation

Secret Cinema 'Romeo + Juliet' event expected to go ahead after last-minute cancellation
The performance of ‘Romeo + Juliet’ on August 9 was cancelled due to flooding.

Secret Cinema, the UK-based live cinema event company, has said tonight’s performance of Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet will proceed as normal, after last night’s screening was cancelled at the last minute.

The organisation said “severe rain” was the cause behind the late decision, which was taken as punters queued at the London venue.

The Secret Cinema twitter feed posted the following tweet on Friday morning:

We fully expect tonight’s event to go ahead today. If there are any changes to this situation all
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Today in Movie Culture: The Death Star's Other Flaw, How to Make the Most Thrilling Fight Scene and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Movie Science of the Day: The Death Star from Star Wars had a major flaw in its design, obviously, but in this Because Science video Kyle Hill explains the superweapon's other big problem:   Filmmaking Lesson of the Day: Studio Binder shows you how to shot list an awesome fight scene like the bathroom brawl in Mission: Impossible - Fallout in this video accompanying a recent article on the subject (via /Film):   Reworked Movie Scene of the Day: Mashable redid the sound design for an iconic sequence from Back to the Future so it totally loses its thrill:   Movie Comparison of the Day: Dimitri Bitu compares scenes from Oliver Stone's Nixon...
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Lea Thompson says 'Back to the Future' Would've Won the 'Popular' Oscar

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Lea Thompson says 'Back to the Future' Would've Won the 'Popular' Oscar
Lea Thompson has zero doubt "Back to the Future" would've dominated the Oscars competition if the Academy had dreamed up the new popular film categories 32 years ago. We got Marty McFly's mom outside Avra in Bev Hills, where she weighed in on the big Oscar changes coming in 2019. Lea makes no bones about it ... 'Future' was a global success that built an immediate cult following, and could have cleaned up. The film, btw, did have
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John Carpenter's The Fog 4K Restoration Re-Release Trailer Arrives

New York based Rialto Pictures will release the John Carpenter directed landmark horror movie The Fog on October 26, in its first-ever major restoration. The horror classic, in a full 4K restoration from Studiocanal, opens October 26 for limited runs at the Metrograph, in New York, Landmark's Nuart in Los Angeles, and The Music Box Theatre in Chicago.

Additional screenings will occur during the week of Halloween throughout the Alamo Drafthouse circuit and other specialty theaters.

Carpenter's first post-Halloween venture into the H.P. Lovecraft-inspired, apocalyptic vein that he would continue to mine in films like The Thing (1982) and Prince of Darkness (1987), The Fog depicts the seaside California town of Antonio Bay in the grips of an ancient curse and a creeping mist. Drenched in malevolent atmosphere and packing an ensemble cast that includes Adrienne Barbeau, Tom Atkins, Hal Holbrook and the mother-daughter duo of Janet Leigh and Jamie Lee Curtis, this
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Captain America: The First Avenger Easter Egg Discovered In Avengers: Infinity War

Now that the home video release of Avengers: Infinity War is here, we’re starting to unpack some of the many easily-missed details and easter eggs that we didn’t catch when seeing the movie on the big screen. For instance, which Infinity Stones Thanos used at which points, how Doctor Strange hid the Time Stone and a possible second nod to Captain Marvel.

But that’s not all, as one Redditer has now discovered a neat musical callback courtesy of composer Alan Silvestri. User @Thauron93 noticed that Silvestri reused his score from the moment when Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter part ways at the end of Captain America: The First Avenger for the scene in Infinity War when Tony Stark has a potentially final conversation with Pepper Potts.

Check out the two scenes in the gallery below:

Captain America: The First Avenger Easter Egg Discovered In Avengers: Infinity War
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Michael J. Fox on Parkinson’s, Overcoming Fear and the Race for a Cure

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Michael J. Fox on Parkinson’s, Overcoming Fear and the Race for a Cure
It’s a cool june afternoon in New York and Michael J. Fox is sitting in his Upper East Side office, his dog, Gus, a lumbering rescue mutt — Great Dane, hound, Chow, some Lab — napping underfoot. The pale gray walls are decorated with rustic signs from some of Fox’s favorite vacation spots — Vermont, Martha’s Vineyard — and a photo of Fox and Boston Bruins hockey great Bobby Orr is propped up on a bookshelf, along with Fox’s Emmys and Golden Globes and his Grammy award for spoken word album, an adaptation of his 2009 memoir “Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist.”

Fox, who is being honored by Variety as philanthropist of the year for his work on Parkinson’s disease research, is deeply optimistic at 57. A military brat raised on various bases across Canada, Fox was a plucky, free-spirited kid, prone to recklessness and adventure. At school and at home,
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Visit Antonio Bay in the Trailer for the 4K Restoration of John Carpenter’s The Fog, Coming to Select Us Theaters This October

After announcing a limited October theatrical release of Studiocanal's 4K restoration of John Carpenter's The Fog, Rialto Pictures has now unveiled a trailer for the 4K restoration, giving horror fans a closer look at Antonio Bay's high-def makeover.

Press Release: New York based Rialto Pictures will release John Carpenter’s landmark horror movie The Fog on October 26, in its first-ever major restoration. The horror classic, in a full 4K restoration from Studiocanal, opens October 26 for limited runs at the Metrograph, in New York, Landmark’s Nuart in Los Angeles, and The Music Box Theatre in Chicago.

Additional screenings will occur during the week of Halloween throughout the Alamo Drafthouse circuit and other specialty theaters.

Carpenter’s first post-Halloween venture into the H.P. Lovecraft-inspired, apocalyptic vein that he would continue to mine in films like The Thing (1982) and Prince of Darkness (1987), The Fog depicts the seaside California town
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John Carpenter's Classic Horror Film The Fog To Get a 4K Theatrical Re-Release

John Carpenter's The Fog is a horror movie classic and if you're a fan of the film, you'll be happy to hear that it went through a full 4K restoration process and it will get a theatrical re-release!

Carpenter’s first post-Halloween venture into the H.P. Lovecraft-inspired, apocalyptic vein that he would continue to mine in films like The Thing (1982) and Prince of Darkness (1987), The Fog depicts the seaside California town of Antonio Bay in the grips of an ancient curse and a creeping mist. Drenched in malevolent atmosphere and packing an ensemble cast that includes Adrienne Barbeau, Tom Atkins, Hal Holbrook and the mother-daughter duo of Janet Leigh and Jamie Lee Curtis, this is the director at his ingenious, chilling best, servicing a contemporary taste for gore while simultaneously evoking the spirit of Val Lewton. Out of theatrical release for years due to faded, unplayable prints, The Fog
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John DeLorean Biopic 'Driven' to Close Venice Film Festival

Driven, charting the rise of John DeLorean and his iconic gull-winged car — made internationally famous by Back to the Future — has been named as the closing film of the Venice International Film Festival.

The film, directed by Nick Hamm (The Journey, Killing Bono) and starring Lee Pace (Guardians of the Galaxy, The Hobbit), Jason Sudeikis (Downsizing), Judy Greer (Ant-Man) and Corey Stoll (House of Cards), will get its world premiere out of competition at the festival on September 8.

“Venice is an inspiring festival with an incredible audience," said Hamm. "I am both honoured and delighted to ...
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