Thirty years ago, Back to the Future debuted and made Michael J. Fox a major movie star, but an alternate timeline where the film starred an entirely different actor – and the movie would likely not have become an instant classic – nearly existed.
Can we get an alternating, ominous E and F note, please? Because we’re about to head into open water to visit one of the ocean’s greatest stars.
Jaws and its monstrous shark turned 40 this month. Considered to be one of the first summer blockbusters and the mother of Shark Week, Steven Spielberg’s thriller has been dissected more thoroughly than Hooper’s tiger shark, but the film still manages to surprise.
To commemorate Jaws’ four decades of fear, here are 10 movie secrets from the set that even the biggest Bruce-heads may not know.
After months of casting, an official lineup has been announced for The BFG – and it has some giant names.
Disney announced the latest roster of cast members Monday, along with the studio’s plans to co-produce and co-finance the film adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic, which is scheduled to hit theaters in summer 2016.
Based on the famed author’s 1982 children’s book, The BFG tells the story of a Big Friendly Giant who befriends an orphan girl, and together they set out to take on people-eating giants planning to take over the world.
In a role that will have her face-to-face with the human toll of war, Jennifer Lawrence has been tapped to play acclaimed war photographer Lynsey Addario in a new film to be directed by Steven Spielberg.
They returned, wearing their blue and white stripes as badges of courage. And resilience. And resolve.
Survivors of the Nazis’ Auschwitz concentration camp returned Tuesday to the complex in Oswiecim, Poland, to mark the 70th anniversary of their liberation by the Soviet army at the end of World War II.
Many came with the notorious stripes of their former death-camp prison uniforms fashioned into scarves, or, like Miroslaw Celka, 89, into a sash bearing his former prisoner number.
If we can’t get Tom Cruise to star in a TV show, this could be the next best thing.
FOX is developing a small-screen update of Minority Report, the 2002 movie from Steven Spielberg that starred Cruise as a future cop who – with the help of soothsayers, or Precogs – prevented murders before they were committed.