When someone mentions “young adult” lit or movies, immediately the mind thinks of Twilight, The Hunger Games, and Divergent. But Chaos Walking is a bit different. Though it also has a high-concept genre story, it was going to be adapted by Charlie Kaufman and directed by Robert Zemeckis. Now, a new director is on…
When people talk about the best, most perfect movies ever made, we all know the usual suspects: Citizen Kane, Chinatown, Casablanca. And I feel like Back to the Future should absolutely be on that list. The way this film is structured and feeds story to the audience is so seamless, it’s basically a clinic in how to…
We’re only a few days away from the day Marty and Doc arrived in 2015 and things are about to get very Back to the Future. Online, in stores, basically everywhere, fans will soon be celebrating the great film series.
Back to the Future is one of those series I buy on every medium. I had the VHS, the DVD Box set and then the Blu-ray box set. We’re now coming up on the 30th anniversary and I might have to dip in again, because Universal just announced three special anniversary Blu-ray sets with a ton of bells and whistles.
Robert Zemeckis is taking a stand for all of us: No remake, reboot, retool, re-anythinging of Back to the Future. Not while he’s alive. And, he hopes, not after, either.
Sure, the hoverboard chase in Back to the Future 2’s 2015 sequence looks incredibly cool—but it was also incredibly unsafe. Just ask stunt performer Cheryl Wheeler, who was badly injured during filming. Find out more, in an exclusive excerpt from We Don’t Need Roads: The Making of the Back to the Future Trilogy.
Back To The Future turns 30 this year — and this fall, Marty McFly arrives from the past. And a new book travels back and reveals a wealth of info about this legendary film. We read We Don’t Need Roads by Caseen Gaines and dug up 11 things you never knew about Back to the Future.
Dream Team. Robert Zemeckis directing a film version of Patrick Ness' The Knife of Never Letting Go, with a screenplay by Charlie Kaufman? Yes please.
Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis is a great fan of that alternate reality holiday classic It's a Wonderful Life, and he's never made a secret of the fact that the Biff-ruled Hill Valley of Back to the Future Part II is an homage to the neon-filled Pottersville George Bailey travels through. This video,…
The cartoony noir classic Roger Rabbit is ready for a sequel — but how are they going to transition it to the 21st century? Will it be set in modern times? Will animated characters get replaced by CG Pixar creatures? Does anyone actually want a sequel to Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
A Back To The Future musical? We don't know how to feel about this.
While we're sad that Disney's Mars Needs Moms was box office poison, we can't help but thank this picture for killing Robert Zemeckis' misguided Yellow Submarine remake. One thing is certain: mo-cap films will never be the same again.
Producer Robert Zemeckis verifies that the Roger Rabbit sequel still hasn't been plunged into a giant vat of dip. We're still not 100% behind Roger Rabbit 2 - but like it or not, here it comes.
Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Mary Steenburgen, Bob Gale, Neil Canton, Robert Zemeckis and Huey Lewis all gathered in New York, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Back To The Future. Here's what we learned.
Five years from now, on Oct. 21st 2015, Marty, Doc and Jennifer return to Hill Valley in Back To The Future II. Watch our exclusive behind-the-scenes look inside the McFly kitchen and check out some see never-before-seen futuristic concept art.
Don't take your mother for granted, or aliens will come down from Mars, kidnap her, and horribly scar you for life. That's the message of Robert Zemeckis' final Disney production, Mars Needs Moms. Here's your first look.
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Back To The Future, we've got never-before-seen footage of original star Eric Stoltz as Marty McFly. Plus Robert Zemeckis, Steven Spielberg and Bob Gale all explaining why they replaced him with Michael J. Fox.
Robert Zemeckis hasn't quite found much success with his super-elaborate motion-capture and CG movies of late. So he's getting back to what he does best: live-action time travel movies, with Timeless... while casually courting the Superman director's chair. [Deadline]
Okay, not back to Back to the Future — he's signed on to direct a near-future underwater adventure called Dark Life. But, hey, it's Zemeckis and scifi — everybody wins.