Francis Ford Coppola is really worried that making a whole bunch of Star Wars movies ruined George Lucas. Which leaves us wondering if we would trade more Star Wars for a lot of original Lucas content.
Here’s a film to close out the weekend with: Francis Ford Coppola’s first ever film, Battle Beyond The Sun, which came out in 1959.
Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt drummed up a lot of Comic-Con press, but once you take a look at the ridiculous trailer starring Val Kilmer as a supernatural writer, you may not understand why.
Youth Without Youth, Francis Ford Coppola's new art film, is stealth science fiction. It's the story of a 70-something Romanian academic who miraculously becomes rejuvenated after a lightning strike. But its dense metaphysical themes and non-chronological storytelling will probably keep most SF fans away. [SciFiScanner