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'Back To The Future II' Predictions For 2015

1/2/2015 4:27pm EST
Drones, Hoverboards, Flying Cars & Fax Machines: What 2015 Looke
Way back in 1989, when "Back to the Future II" hit theaters, the film gave us a glimpse of what was to come when Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) and Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) traveled to the future -- the year 2015 to be exact.

Some of the technological innovations of the future that the film, which turns 26 this year, included have been realized already; while others -- particularly (and sadly) the Hoverboard -- have yet to become a reality.

While Hoverboards, self-drying clothing and self-tying shoes (the latter of which Nike promises will arrive by the end of the year!) haven't arrive...

9 Best Classic Movies Scenes And Moments Ever

8/9/2014 2:00pm EDT
9 Best Classic Movies Scenes And Moments Ever
With so many classic movies to enjoy again and again, along with scenes for days to choose from, selecting 9 of the best classic movie scenes hard was a daunting task. To meet the criteria, not only did the selection had to be from classic films, the scenes also had to evoke a feeling from viewers that burned it into their collective memories. Agree or disagree, the following flicks are some of the best ever made and with each and every scene being incredible, let's just say that the following are some of the best in their respective films.

9. Trap Scenes, Home Alone (1990)

In the 19...

Bring On The Angst And Neon, It's The 13 Best 80's Teen Movies Ever!

6/28/2014 5:00pm EDT
Bring On The Angst And Neon, It's The 13 Best 80's Teen Movies E
The 80's have become so trendy as a decade, its hard to believe just a few short years ago everyone was embarrassed to having survived it! From leg warmers to Ray Bans, the fashion of the decade left something to be desired, but it wasn't the fashion that made the decade so richly rewarding, it was the movies. From the bad ("The Last American Virgin") to the greatest (John Hughes anyone?), the movies of the 1980's left a mark on American cinema unlike any other, and launched a bounty of film who are considered credible actors today. From the bottom of the list to the top, put on your favor...

12 Historically Great Time Travel Movies

5/13/2014 7:00pm EDT
12 Historically Great Time Travel Movies
Even though humans haven’t found the necessary technological means to travel through time, we’ve been living our decade hopping “what if” fantasies for years on the silver screen. Whether these movies introduced historical figures to modern day morons, self-causing and often murderous time paradoxes, or just some good old fashioned incestuous scenarios, filmmakers wasted no moments in these creative and clever time travel sagas. Here are the 12 best Time Travel Movies

"Back to the Future"

Originally cast as Marty McFly was Eric Stoltz, an actor with several film and television credits to ...

The 10 Greatest Movie Trilogies That Should Be On Your Watch List

4/30/2014 8:00pm EDT
The 10 Greatest Movie Trilogies That Should Be On Your Watch Lis
Darth Vader. Michael Corleone. Frodo. All legendary cinematic characters and all first made famous by a Hollywood trilogy. Sure, every movie allows viewers to escape the real world into the land of their imagination for a little while, but there's something special about a set of movies that comes in three. Trilogies tend to have bigger, more elaborate worlds with finer details you won't find in your run of the mill two hour flick.

Here are 10 of the greatest trilogies of all time that any reputable movie buff must check off their watch list.

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

The Peter ...

Top 10 Greatest And Most Memorable Teaser Trailers

4/28/2014 8:00pm EDT
Top 10 Greatest And Most Memorable Teaser Trailers
If there truly is art in making movie trailers, then teaser trailers should be considered the Mona Lisa of the film world. And with the recent barrage of summer teasers hitting the net and theaters, from "Godzilla" to the new "X-Men: Days of Future Past," there’s no shortage of trailer teasing goodness. But what truly makes a memorable one and more importantly is there skill in creating the early and much more succinct teaser trailer? We’re going to examine the phenomenon with a bird’s eye view of some known and some not so well known five star teasers that truly make the grade. Cinemat...

The Most Rad Flicks From The 80s

4/5/2014 8:00am EDT
Top Gun
The 80s might have been the age of MTV and Heavy Metal, but don’t think that there weren’t some thrilling films rocking at the box office as well. This denim-clad, hairspray overflowing decade birthed the movie blockbuster megafranchise and the teenage angst anthem, selling out theater seats as galactic space emperors and high school heartthrobs sent cinematic shockwaves up our spines.

The movies may not have been as Oscar-worthy as those from ten years earlier. But just like the high top sneakers and parachute pants the defined the decade, these movies were loud, flamboyant, and instantly...

9 Greatest Movies From The 80s You Can't Do Without

2/19/2014 3:11pm EST
9 Greatest Movies From The 80s You Can't Do Without
Most "top movies" lists are subjective to popular opinion and while this is not a comprehensive list, it is a compilation of some of the greatest movies from the eighties. Here are movies that will allow you to sit back and reminisce with your family -- whether it be about the poor special effects, the obvious love stories or the classic underdog tale.

Now that you're in suspense, we give you a list of our favorite great movies from the eighties. Please note that this is not a definitive or all-inclusive list, but does include movies that we just couldn't do without growing up.


'Back To The Future' Musical To Debut In London In 2015

1/31/2014 12:00pm EST
'Back To The Future' Musical To Debut In London In 2015
A "Back To The Future" musical will debut in London's West End on the 30th anniversary of the film's release next year.

Robert Zemeckis's sci-fi comedy adventure, which hit theaters in 1985, starred Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. It centers on teenager Marty McFly who befriends a scientist working on a time machine and is accidentally sent to the 1950s where he inadvertently interferes with his parents' romance.

The film's composer Alan Silvestri will join Grammy-winning producer Glen Ballard to write the music and lyrics for the theatrical production, while Zemeckis and Bob Gale w...

Interview With Director Behind 'Back To The Future' Documentary Kickstarter Project

7/15/2013 7:30pm EDT
Back in Time
Back to the Future is one of those rare films that becomes even more beloved every year that goes by. As it inches towards its 30th anniversary in 2015, there’s now a documentary looking to chronicle its cultural impact and the community that has started around the film.

Back in Time, that documentary, is about halfway to their goal of $33,000+ on Kickstarter with 29 days to go. I recently spoke with the director, Jason Aron, over email to learn about what the film means to him, what we can expect in the documentary and more.

Here’s what we discussed:

What is the Back in Time film all ab...

What Are The 10 Best Time Travel Movies?

9/28/2012 3:51pm EDT
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis star in the latest science fiction film that centers on time travel, Looper.

The film takes place in the year 2042, where a hired assassin called a "looper" eliminates targets sent back from 30 years in the future; where time travel technology exists. Although it's been outlawed in 2072, the mob secretly uses the technology to cleanly dispose of anyone who may be a threat to them.

Gordon-Levitt plays one of the top loopers and makes a wealthy living from his job; but he's taken by surprise when his latest target ends up being himself (Willis), sent ba...

Tyler Perry And Other Famous Movie Studio Fires

5/2/2012 4:50pm EDT
Tyler Perry
A fire last night at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta nearly threatened to put Madea out of commission. Luckily, the Atlanta police arrived in time to stop the blaze with only some damage to backlot facades - Perry can get back in his dress as soon he wants. However, this reminds us of other fires that damaged legendary Hollywood studios.

2008 saw Universal Studios' worst fire, taking 12 hours to put out and damaging many of the classic backlots (including Courthouse Square from Back to the Future) and the original King Kong ride. Reconstruction included the new King Kong 360 attraction and ...

Mikhail Baryshnikov Destroyed Lea Thompson's Ballet Dreams

3/3/2012 9:01am EST
Mikhail Baryshnikov
Back To The Future star Lea Thompson has ballet superstar Mikhail Baryshnikov to thank for her acting career because he told her she would never make it professionally as a dancer.

The criticism destroyed her ballet dreams when she was 20, but he was right and she immediately found success as an actress.

Thompson tells WENN, "I was in American Ballet II when I was 20 and Baryshnikov was the head of that and it came the moment when he had to say whether we would advance to the company or not. He said, 'You're a lovely dancer but you're too stocky.'

"I was 98 pounds and I was like, 'I c...

Lea Thompson Interested In 'Back To The Future' Broadway Role

2/16/2012 8:30pm EST
Lea Thompson
Back to the Future star Lea Thompson is hoping for a role in the Broadway musical version of the hit film franchise, insisting she'd love to be a part of the stage show.

The actress played Marty McFly's mom - and smitten school pal - in the time travel movies, and she's hoping there might be a role for her when the musical hits Broadway.

She says, "I played Sally Bowles on Broadway and that was fun playing a drug addict. They're talking about putting Back To The Future on Broadway which would be interesting.

"(Co-star) Christopher Lloyd and I could still be in it. I could sing, 'My son, ...

Mattel To Develop 'Back To The Future' Hover Boards

2/15/2012 9:02am EST
Back To The Future
The future from the classic "Back To The Future" movies is here - toymakers Mattel are considering developing replicas of Marty McFly's hover board.

Michael J. Fox wowed film fans by zipping around on the floating skateboards in the "Back to the Future" sequels and now the real thing could be on the market in time for Christmas if there's big enough demand.

Mattel bosses announced the news at the recent New York Toy Fair, revealing a limited edition run will be available to pre-order next month, according to Slash Film - but there's still no guarantee the boards will go into production.


'Supernatural' 7.12 Recap: Dean Brings Sexy Back To The Future

1/14/2012 8:40am EST
ackles, padalecki
It’s been a big week for “Supernatural” fans. The little show that could won two People’s Choice Awards (Favorite Network Drama and Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show). Suck it, “Vampire Diaries!” also reported that—SPOILER ALERT— “Supernatural” staple Jim Beaver will eventually return, and my favorite guest star, Mark Pellegrino will be reprising his fabulously evil turn as Lucifer in the episode 15. So this week's episode felt like icing on a very awesome pop cult cake.

“Time After Time” was artfully pieced together in a non-linear manner, but I’m going to do my best to break...

Michael J. Fox Goes Back To The Future & Rocks Out At His Annual Parkinson's Disease Fundraiser (Video)

11/14/2011 10:57pm EST
Michael J. Fox
Michael J. Fox took to the stage in New York over the weekend to perform at his annual fundraiser for Parkinson's Disease research.

The Back to the Future star was diagnosed with the degenerative disorder in 1991 and has worked tirelessly to raise awareness about the debilitating condition through his Michael J. Fox Foundation.

The weekend event, entitled A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson's, attracted a string of stars including the actor's The Good Wife co-star Julianna Margulies, who looked on as Fox performed a rendition of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode" on his guita...

Tinie Tempah Purchases First Pair Of Marty McFly Nikes

9/9/2011 2:30pm EDT
Tinie Tempah
British rapper Tinie Tempah has been revealed as the mystery bidder who spent $37,500 on the first pair of Nike limited edition Back To The Future shoes.

Only 1,500 pairs of the Nike Air Mag shoes will be available at auction on, and Tempah snagged the first lot on Thursday night, according to

The shoes are replicas of the ones Michael J. Fox wore as Marty McFly in Back To The Future II.

All proceeds from sales will benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation, which helps fund research on Parkinson's Disease, which the actors suffers from.

Gilles Marini Joins The Cast Of 'Switched At Birth'

6/15/2011 2:37pm EDT
Gilles Marini
Actor Gilles Marini has bounced back from the cancellation of his family drama Brothers & Sisters by landing a role as a dad on hit new series Switched At Birth.

The Sex and the City: The Movie star was left without a job last month when ABC network bosses chose not to renew the show, which also starred Calista Flockhart and Sally Field, for a sixth season.

However, Marini has already landed a new TV gig, scoring the role of Angelo on another drama.

TV Guide magazine first revealed the news and Marini confirmed it in a post on his page on Wednesday, writing, "As you may kn...

Would Zac Efron Make A Good Marty McFly?

4/29/2011 2:12pm EDT
Back To The Future
The Back to the Future series captures our hearts because it successfully blends science fiction, action, adventure, and comedy to show us teenager Marty McFly’s (Michael J. Fox) travels through time with his pal Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd).

But High School Musical star Zac Efron -who's hooked on time travel - dreams of taking over for Fox if there's ever another film added to the franchise or a remake.

Zac is no stranger to time-travel movies though - his character in 17 Again (played as an adult by Matthew Perry) is struck by lightning and becomes a teenager all over again.

Zac revea...

Five Films You've Never Heard Of - 'Time Travel'

3/30/2011 7:00am EDT
source code photo
With the arrival of the multi-time repeating, race against the clock fueling, Jake Gyllenhaal starring flick "Source Code" hitting theaters April 1, Starpulse thought it only polite to give a little cinematic love to the movies that utilize the power of time travel. But unlike the vast number of top five favorites lists both big (yes, we all KNOW "Back to the Future" is king!) and small ("Donnie Darko" at #1 – how hip of you!) already in abundance on the net, this is a collection of five hidden gems you may not have heard of. So flux capacitors at the ready readers, cause here are five ri...

ABC Family Announces Summer Programming

3/7/2011 3:01pm EST
Pretty Little Liars | Photo Credits: Andrew Eccles/ABC Family
ABC Family announced an ambitious summer slate Monday that includes a series about being switched at birth, Raven-Symoné's headlining comedy and the return of Pretty Little Liars.

Leading off on Monday, June 6 at 9/8c is Switched at Birth. The one-hour drama follows two teens, Daphne and Bay, from different backgrounds who learn they were accidentally switched as newborns in the hospital. The families eventually meet and must learn how to live together. Newcomer Katie Leclerc plays Daphne and Vanessa Marano (Gilmore Girls) is Bay. Lea Thompson (Back to the Future), Constance Marie (George ...

'Twilight,' 'Psycho,' 'Inception' & More: 17 Classic Film Scenes Recreated With LEGOs

1/10/2011 9:05pm EST
LEGO Scenes
"I'm an enormous film fan and when I was growing up everybody had a big bucket of Lego or knew somebody who did," says film student Alex Eylar, 22, of Oakland, Calif.

The aspiring screenwriter began collecting LEGOs when he was five years old and now he boasts somewhere in the neighborhood of 30,000 pieces in his collection, which he now uses to recreate classic movie scenes.

"I make all my Lego projects at a table in the corner of [my] living room. I've got five of those big plastic drawer bureaus, filled with pieces divided by color, style, function. For smaller projects, the build can ...

'Back To The Future' Lives On In High Style

10/26/2010 9:15am EDT
Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
This week, the Back to the Future trilogy comes out on Blu-ray for the 25th anniversary of the original film. For boys who grew up with a childhood crush on Marty McFly’s girlfriend, there is a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with Jennifer Parker in Los Angeles.

Claudia Wells played Jennifer in the original Back to the Future. In 1991, she opened the resale menswear store Armani Wells in Studio City, CA. To this day she offers private dressing sessions where she will pick out shirts, jackets, pants and more for a man and physically dress him up.

“If I didn’t realize how mu...

The Movie Rut: "Primer" (2004)

7/27/2010 1:33pm EDT
Primer (2004)
“If two sets of the same atoms exist in the same universe at the same time, where did the additional atoms come from? It can make you hungry, thinking about questions like that. ‘I haven't eaten since later this afternoon,’ one [character] complains.” -- Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times, October 29, 2004

Time travel can be sketchy dramatic territory. No matter how you go about things, something isn’t going to work out. Even a fairly tidy movie like Back to the Future becomes rife with paradoxes and impossible bullshit if you think about it for more than four seconds. Marty goes back in time ...

Radical Retro Movie Review: 'Back To The Future Part III' On 20th Anniversary

5/25/2010 2:00pm EDT
The “Back to the Future” series captures our hearts because it successfully blends science fiction, action, adventure, and comedy to show us teenager Marty McFly’s (Michael J. Fox) travels through time with his pal Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd). These films follow a logical progression of events that transitions smoothly from one to another, but what’s interesting is that thematically they also maintain a forward progression.

“Back to the Future” establishes the sense of awe at the concept of time travel. In this chapter Marty is catapulted into the past, where he nearly prevents his ow...

Our Favorite Short Celebrities

2/3/2010 2:39pm EST
Reese Witherspoon
In honor of our shortest month, February, we compiled a list of some of our favorite short celebrities - starting with the lovely Reese Witherspoon (5' 2").

Verne Troyer, 2' 8"

Notable Works: Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Austin Powers in Goldmember, The Love Guru

Danny DeVito, 5'

Notable Works: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Be Cool, Drowning Mona, Batman Returns

Gary Coleman, 4' 8"

Notable Works: Diff'rent Strokes

Mickey Rooney, 5' 3"

Notable Works: Boy's Town, Baby Face Nelson, The Black Stallion

Peter Dinklage, 4'5"

Notable Works:...

25 Years Ago In Film: A Celebration Of Classics From 1985

2/1/2010 9:10am EST
A Celebration Of Classics From 1985
It's difficult to believe the first month of 2010 is already over, considering it just felt like yesterday that I was ringing in the new decade. The end of January signals that the year is truly starting to pick up pace, but before it does I thought it might be appropriate to look back a little bit, well 25 years to be exact.

I'm going to climb into my cinematic time machine, as I frequently like to do, and travel back to 1985, one year before my own birth, to discuss some of its top grossing movies. Compared to some of the top grossing stories of the modern era, many of 1985's most ...

TV And Movie Objects That Would Make Great Christmas Presents

12/18/2009 10:01am EST
The Dark Knight
Objects are often the most important thing on a television show or in a film. They represent a character's personality or serve as a key symbol for a scene or episode. But most of all, they are highly desirable items that audiences and fans want, but probably can't have in real life. Whether it's Dark Knight's Batpod motorcycle or a sexy dress worn by Eva Longoria's character on Desperate Housewives, we would love to get our hands on these items. They would make great collectibles and Christmas presents. Here are some notable TV and movie objects that would make great Christmas presents:


80s Vs. 90s: Which Decade Was The Best In Entertainment?

9/26/2009 10:03am EDT
Eighties and Nineties nostalgia are running rampant in pop culture right now. Television networks and film companies are resurrecting TV shows and movies like 90210, Melrose Place, Halloween, and Transformers. This obsession with the 80s and 90s have lead to TV specials and debates about which decade is better. Both provided us with fascinating films to watch, memorable music to listen to, and new forms of entertainment that we still use today. But when it comes to entertainment, which decade was better?


In the 80s, there were only three major broadcast networks - ABC, NBC,...