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They have to get a Delorean on stage every night somehow, right? Seems like a must.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt And Robert Zemeckis Teaming Up For World Trade Centre Wire Walking Biopic, To Reach The Clouds
There’s a great fictional retelling of this story just waiting to happen.
And he wants Leonardo DiCaprio to star.
Appearing at the London Film Festival for a Q&A following The Congress Robin Wright shared a few thoughts about modern Hollywood.
This is very exciting. Forget Twilight, forget The Hunger Games, the best young adult series in my eyes is Patrick Ness’s Chaos Walking trilogy, kicked off with the first book, The Knife of Never Letting Go. Well, like every other …
If the company who installed the the ‘high tech’ security weren’t all dead, I am sure they would have loved to put “apocalypse proof” under their logo.
Perhaps this is why Robert Zemeckis’ proposed Roger Rabbit 2 fell by the wayside.
And Denzil doesn’t seem so keen on Safe House 2.
But… hang on… what’s this Robert Zemeckis is saying?
Also: tests have been done in converting the original to 3D and it looks “great.”
For your consideration.
Bob Hoskins has retired but Roger is still in the biz.
Teenagers find lots of hight-tech weaponry. What possibly could go wrong?
Brendon is “commuting,” so he missed some things. Here they are.
There’s still a lot of big studio, high profile hits waiting for their Blu-ray releases, but the one I’ve been most keenly anticipating is Who Framed Roger Rabbit. I’m not exaggerating to say that the notion of a Roger Blu-ray …
Plus bonus Roger Rabbit 2 test footage.
I read and really dug John Gatins‘ script for Flight, and when I heard that Robert Zemeckis was going to direct the film, I was overjoyed. Then, he cast Denzel Washington and Don Cheadle, quite perfectly, and then… we heard …