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DC's Legends Adds Supernatural Whiz, Back to the Future's Biff for Season 4

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow keeps adding to its cast: The CW’s Arrowverse drama has tapped a pair of actors to join its Season 4 ensemble, TVLine has learned.

Ramona Young (Z Nation, Santa Clarita Diet) will be a new series regular as Alaska Yu, a young girl obsessed with fantasy novels who is “something of an expert in the world of the magical creatures that the Legends encounter in Season 4,” per the official description. “In the company of the Legends, she soon learns to get her head out of the clouds to become a kickass superhero.”

Tom Wilson — best
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Ramona Young and Tom Wilson Join ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ for Season 4

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Ramona Young and Tom Wilson Join ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ for Season 4
The time travelers of “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” are getting some new companions for the upcoming fourth season, with “Blockers” breakout Ramona Young and “Back to the Future” star Tom Wilson joining the cast. The additions were announced Saturday during the show’s San Diego Comic-Con panel.

Young joins as new series regular Alaska Yu, described as a typical 20-something easily swept up by romantic notions and fantasy novels, who is an expert in the world of the magical creatures that the Legends encounter in Season 4. She soon learns to get her head out of the clouds to become a kickass superhero.

Also Read: 'Godzilla: King of the Monsters' Crushes Hall H With New Comic-Con Trailer (Video)

Wilson, meanwhile, will play the recurring role of Hank Heywood, father of the Legends team member Nate Heywood aka “Steel.” With a lifetime in the military and Department of Defense,
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‘Welcome to Marwen’ Trailer Highlights Imaginative Mind Of Robert Zemeckis

Director Robert Zemeckis has been one of the most imaginative and refreshing minds in film for nearly four decades. Zemeckis has given us films such as Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the Back to the Future trilogy, Forrest Gump, Cast Away, and The Polar Express just to name a few; And he continues to bring is unique vision to audiences with Welcome to Marwen. I would try to explain the film but I would not do it any justice. Just watch the new trailer below in which may just be his most imaginative film yet.

When a devastating attack shatters Mark Hogancamp (Carell) and wipes away all memories, no one expected recovery. Putting together pieces from his old and new life, Mark meticulously creates a wondrous town where he can heal and be heroic. As he builds an astonishing art installation—a testament to the most powerful women he knows—through his fantasy world,
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Robert Zemeckis has revealed his thoughts on directing a Marvel or DC movie

Robert Zemeckis is one of the biggest names in directing but would he consider helming a Marvel or DC movie in the future?

Director of such classics as Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Forrest Gump, and Cast Away, Zemeckis is as accomplished as it gets. One of the biggest markets for directors these days is, of course, the superhero movie but would Zemeckis be interested in crafting a film in this space?

Speaking to BadTaste, the iconic director said he would be happy to be involved in such a movie, as long as he can put his own spin on things: “I would do any project… I don’t have any… you know, the projects that I’m attracted to are the ones that require the director’s vision. You know, the filmmaker’s own and personal artistic stamp. So yeah, if there’s room for that,
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Wonderfully Fantastic New Trailer and Posters For Robert Zemeckis and Steve Carrell's Welcome To Marwen

"Our pain is our rocket fuel."

Director Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump, Back to the Future) and actor Steve Carrell have set out to make an incredibly unique film called Welcome to Marwen and we have another incredible new trailer for you to watch today along with a collection of fun character posters. The film tells the moving and inspiring true story of a man named Mark Hogancamp.

Hogancamp was attacked by a group of Nazis, leaving him with severe memory loss and some serious post-traumatic stress. As a way to cope with his fears and pain, he builds a model town called Marwen that he fills with custom-made G.I. Joe action figures. He lives out a fantasy life with these figures that come to life in his imagination and they help him face and deal with the struggles that he's going through. I love the visual style of this whole thing.
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Christopher Lloyd is Up For a Back To The Future Part IV But Robert Zemeckis Says It'll Never Happen

The Back To The Future trilogy is perfect as is. I don't think there never needs to be a reboot or even a sequel. But, if the right story presented itself, Christopher Lloyd, who plays Doc Brown in the film, says he'd be totally up for it!

While talking to Phoenix New Times, the actor was asked if he'd be a part of a sequel if it happened and this was his response:

"I’d be delighted. I'd love to be in a fourth film, if they could come up with the right idea that extends the story and does it as well as the first three.It’s important if Bob Zemeckis and Bob Gale are excited about doing another episode. I think, really, the most important thing is if they can come up with the right idea. I think that's the challenge is to come up with something
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Fantasia 2018: ‘Mega Time Squad’ Review: Dir. Tim van Dammen (2018)

Mega Time Squad review: A small-time criminal finds himself in dire straits after trying to make the big time in the latest genre comedy from New Zealand.

Mega Time Squad review by Kat Hughes.

Mega Time Squad Review

Johnny (Anton Tennet) and his best mate Gaz (Arlo Gibson) are tasked with a simple job by their criminal boss Shelton (Jonny Brugh) – steal a large sum of money from the local Chinese gang who are trying to muscle in on their territory. Tired of being just a grunt for the boss, Johnny has the idea to become his own boss by stealing the money for himself. The plan doesn’t quite pan out however, and he finds himself hunted down by Shelton and his gang of misfits. Luckily for Johnny, he stumbles across a device that enables him to travel back in time. Armed with this new magical item, can Johnny fix his mistake,
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Stranger Things - Hawkins is Getting a Mall in Season 3 and Here's a Retro Promo Video For It!

Ahoy! Hawkins, Indiana is getting a mall in the third season of Stranger Things! A fun retro promo video for it was recently shared on Twitter and it shows off all the totally awesome things that you can do at the Starcourt Mall! I imagine this will be one of the main settings for the upcoming season.

The trailer also gives us our first look at Maya Hawke's character Robin who works at the Scoops Ahoy ice cream shop with Steve (Joe Kerry).

Robin is described as an "alternative girl who is equal parts sharp and playful. Bored with her mundane day job, she just wants a little excitement in her life… and gets more than she bargained for when she uncovers a dark secret in Hawkins."

We don't know much about the plot of Season 3, but Shawn Levy previously revealed that the third season would take place one year after the second season,
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Christopher Lloyd Still Thinks Back to the Future 4 Is a Good Idea

Christopher Lloyd Still Thinks Back to the Future 4 Is a Good Idea
There have been rumors about Back to the Future 4 since the third installment hit theaters back in 1990. There was even a report last month that declared the sequel was officially happening with Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox on board, but it was later proven to be false. However, if the right idea for the story came into fruition, Lloyd says that he'd love to do Back to the Future 4. While this does not mean that the sequel is actually happening, it's still awesome that Lloyd has a special place in his heart for the Back to the Future franchise.

In a recent interview, Christopher Lloyd was asked about the possibility of a Back to the Future 4 and the actor revealed that he would be "delighted" to return to the iconic role of Doctor Emmett L. Brown. The first movie debuted 33 years ago and is still what Lloyd is best-known
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Lea Thompson on Hollywood Sexual Harassment: ‘It Was Like Kryptonite’ (Video)

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Lea Thompson on Hollywood Sexual Harassment: ‘It Was Like Kryptonite’ (Video)
Lea Thompson, the veteran actress who has directed her own daughter in her first feature, said on Thursday that getting sexually harassed during auditions “was like Kryptonite” – killing her ability to win roles in her younger years.

“I didn’t realize these things were unacceptable and how they kept me down all these years,” she said, speaking at TheWrap’s Power Women Breakfast in San Francisco. “I was in really bad auditions and people would start on me and it would take all my power away to the point where I didn’t get the job. It was like Kryptonite… It was obvious when a director was shopping for a girlfriend.”

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Thompson spoke at Dolby Laboratories headquarters in San Francisco with her daughter Madelyn Deutch, who she directed in “The Year of Spectacular Men,
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If You Didn't Know Zoey Deutch's Mom Is Hollywood Royalty, You Need to Read This

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If you've watched Netflix's sweet romantic comedy Set It Up, you might wonder why the frazzled aspiring journalist played by Zoey Deutch reminds you of someone you already know from Hollywood. In fact, she looks a lot like the mother in the Back to the Future trilogy and Tom Cruise's love interest in All the Right Moves. Well, that's because Deutch's mother is none other than, drum roll please, the iconic Lea Thompson!

Thompson has been in so many shows and movies over the years that it's hard to keep track of her highly productive career. Before movies and TV shows, her interest in the arts started with professional ballet training. After Thompson devoted years to the craft, a ballet instructor told her that she was good, but just "too stocky."

Thompson then switched gears to acting. She made her big-screen debut in
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‘Cielo’ Film Review: A Poet’s Guide to the Galaxy Via Time-Lapse Views of the Chilean Sky

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Things are largely chaotic down here on Earth, which gave poet and filmmaker Alison McAlpine good reason to explore the night sky and its resonance with her spectators.

McAlpine’s film “Cielo” premiered in the documentary competition at this year’s Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, a reprieve from a section thick with Vladimir Putin’s accused corruption and how state journalists cover him.

The thing is, “Cielo” is not really a documentary. McAlpine and her cinematographer Benjamin Echazarretta (of the 2018 Best Foreign Language Oscar winner “A Fantastic Woman”) set up camp in Chile’s Atacama Desert and rolled time-lapse shots for some stunningly clear views of the heavens.

Also Read: Terrence Malick Offers Two Completely Different Versions of Masterful 'Voyage of Time'

“We’ve seen so many time-lapses before and they are usually very fast, appearing like special effects or fireworks. There is no time to feel or enter the image.
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Aquaman And Flash Get The Wonder Woman 1984 Treatment With New Fan Posters

Wonder Woman 1984 will pretty much do what it says on the tin and jump several decades on from 2017’s Wonder Woman to follow Diana of Themyscira’s adventures in the 1980s, further revealing what she got up to in the years preceding Batman V Superman and Justice League. Due to the time period, we’re not expecting other DC heroes to pop up for cameos – but what if they did? How would they look redesigned for the 80s?

Fan artist Boss Logic has created two new mock teaser posters for WW84 that imagine a few of Diana’s League teammates as they might look in the 1980s. The Aquaman poster is based on a young Jason Momoa, casting the future king of Atlantis as a teen surfer, while the Flash poster seems to run with the premise that the Scarlet Speedster has travelled back in time from the present.
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Tim Robbins blasts Trump, 'intolerance' on Karlovy Vary opening night

Tim Robbins blasts Trump, 'intolerance' on Karlovy Vary opening night
“We have willingly chosen to go backwards to a world full of ignorance and distrust fuelled by intolerance.”

Tim Robbins kicked off the 53rd Karlovy Vary Film Festival (June 29-July 7) with a politically charged speech attacking Donald Trump.

The Shawshank Redemption star was receiving the festival’s Crystal Globe on Friday (June 29) for outstanding contribution to world cinema.

In his acceptance speech during the opening ceremony at the Hotel Thermal, Robbins told the audience that he auditioned for the role of bully Biff in Back To The Future, saying: “We are living through a Marty McFly moment. We have gone back to the 1950s.
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Tim Robbins Says America’s Living a Bad Version of ‘Back to the Future’ – and Trump is Biff

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Tim Robbins Says America’s Living a Bad Version of ‘Back to the Future’ – and Trump is Biff
Tim Robbins used an American movie classic to criticize President Trump as a “child abuser” and a petulant bully in a blazing acceptance speech on Friday.

Accepting a top prize from Central and Eastern Europe’s Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Robbins said a failed audition earlier in is career for “Back to the Future” helped him frame the current state of discourse in his native country.

“This guy named Robert Zemeckis was directing a movie called ‘Back to the Future’ and I auditioned for the role of Biff. The arrogant, childish bully. The petulant, overgrown child monster. I got close, but I didn’t get the part. I could have been Biff. So why was I thinking about this movie?” Robbins said, accepting the festival’s Crystal Globe award for impact on world cinema.

“It occurred to me the other day that we are living through a Marty McFly moment.
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Tim Robbins receives his Crystal Globe at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Photo: Richard Mowe

The Oscar-winning star of The Shawshank Redemption and Mystic River Tim Robbins proved he has lost none of his acute political acumen when he received his Crystal Globe for outstanding achievement to cinema at the opening (29 June) of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic.

With an attack on the current incumbent of the White House as well as a lament about the return in many other parts of the world to oppression and illiberal values, Robbins (59) pulled no punches.

Director Richard Linklater introduced Karlovy Vary’s Made in Texas focus which showcases nine features and 13 shorts demonstrating the range of movies the state has produced over the past 40 years. Photo: Richard Mowe

With allusions to Back To The Future (he auditioned unsuccessfully for the role of Biff whom writer Bob Gale
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Tim Robbins Attacks Trump at Karlovy Vary Fest Opener

Tim Robbins Attacks Trump at Karlovy Vary Fest Opener
Launching with a tribute to the founding of Czechoslovakia a century ago, the 53rd edition of the Karlovy Vary film fest kicked off Friday amid gymnastic stunts, fireworks and a call to action by Tim Robbins, who lambasted President Trump for his maltreatment of refugee children. The actor-director joined in the commemoration of Czech freedom, paying tribute to the leading voice of the Velvet Revolution of 1989, Vaclav Havel. The courage of such men is as needful today as it was when the masses turned out in Prague to demand the end of communism, Robbins said.

Recalling his unsuccessful bid in 1985 to land the role of bullying Biff in “Back to the Future,” Robbins confessed that lately, when reading the news, he has been struck by the image of a “petulant, overblown, child monster.”

He explained that the time travel concept in the Michael J. Fox film is relevant today because
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‘Lucha Underground’ Review (June 27th 2018)

Here’s your Lucha Underground Season 4, episode 3, review for Wednesday June 27th 2018:

Match #1: Xo Lishus beat Jack Evans

Regularly known as Sonny Kiss, this was Xo Lishus’s debut. With a vibrant personality and a buoyant move-set, Xo took on Jack Evans, one of wrestling’s best aerialists and all-around fighters. Evans was a heel here, which never seems to be the way the people want him, but Lucha Underground isn’t very flexible in the way they book their faces and heels, so its just some-thing he’s stuck with. These two matched up really well, Evans leap from corner to corner like a maniac and Xo bouncing around like a peacock colored pin-ball. I’m glad to see that Lu doesn’t have a problem with putting over new stars on the first night, especially ones who look like Vince McMahon’s worst nightmares come true.
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New Trailer Arrives For Eli Roth’s ‘The House With A Clock In Its Walls’

eOne has just debuted a new trailer for the Eli Roth-directed The House With A Clock In Its Walls, a new film which will arrive in cinemas this coming September. The film comes to the screen from horror icon Roth – though this is an obvious departure for him – and the people who brought you iconic classics such as E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Back to the Future and The Bfg.

In the tradition of Amblin classics where fantastical events occur in the most unexpected places, Jack Black and two-time Academy Award® winner Cate Blanchett star in The House with a Clock in Its Walls. The magical adventure tells the spine-tingling tale of 10-year-old Lewis (Owen Vaccaro) who goes to live with his uncle in a creaky old house with a mysterious tick-tocking heart. But his new town’s sleepy façade jolts to life with a secret world of warlocks and witches
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Time to Reread The Witches, Because Warner Bros. Is Rebooting the Cult Classic Family Movie

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The witches are back for another round! Warner Bros. is adding another adaptation to its roster by tackling Roald Dahl's The Witches.

According to Variety, Welcome to Marwen director Robert Zemeckis is in final negotiations to direct the project. Zemeckis is famous for working on classics like the Back to the Future film trilogy and, of course, the Oscar-winning Forrest Gump. He is planning on writing the script with his ImageMovers partner Jack Rapke and producing with a dynamite group of fellow Oscar winners: Alfonso Cuaron and Guillermo del Toro (the latter of whom was originally on board to helm the project).

This will be the second adaptation of the 1983 novel, which follows a young boy who runs into a coven of witches who masquerade as ordinary women and kill children. The well-known 1990 movie adaptation, starring the amazing Anjelica Huston, was highly praised by critics and earned an incredibly
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