Take a look inside the Wild West-set final entry in the delightful 'Back to the Future' trilogy from Robert Zemeckis.
Bob Gale says fans shouldn't get their hopes up for 'Back to the Future 4', because it's not happening.
The Russo Brothers slipped a nod to another time travel classic into the epic finale of 'Avengers: Endgame'.
Before it became a science-fiction icon as Doc Brown's time machine, the DMC was the centre of an incredible real life tale.
With 'Bond 25' months away, Secret Cinema has opened its new 'Casino Royale' experience to fill the James Bond-shaped void in your life.
'Welcome To Marwen' features a huge nod to one of Robert Zemeckis' most iconic movies that will catch audiences completely unaware.
Welcome To Marwen. It’s a dramatic retelling of the story first told in the acclaimed 2010 documentary Marwencol, of Mark Hogancamp, an artist whose life is changed forever when he’s dealt a brutal beating by a gang of thugs. The attack deprives Mark (played in the film by Steve Carell) of his memory and, as part of his therapy, the artist builds a toy WW2 town – Marwen – which he populates with dolls inspired by people in his life, and Hoagie, his doll avatar.
Movie fans are desperate for another Back To The Future movie, according to a poll by The Hollywood Reporter.
Lea Thompson, Tom Cruise's co-star in 1983 sports drama All The Right Moves, has told how the actor stepped in when producers wanted her to do two scenes topless.
Iconic items from 'The Shining,' 'Batman' and 'The Empire Strikes Back' are among those going under the hammer.
Great scott! Christopher Lloyd has said that if there are ever plans for a fourth movie in the Back To The Future series, he’d be fully on board. “So it would be a real challenge for the writers to come up with an original Back to the Future story that has the same passion and intensity and excitement as the other three. Lloyd is still as busy as ever in the acting business, with four movies out this year alone, including heist comedy ‘Going In Style’ with Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine, and road trip drama ‘Boundaries’ with Vera Farmiga, Christopher Plummer and Kristen Schaal out later in the year.
Adapted from a cult comic book and exec-produced by George Lucas, the 1986 mega-flop was the first standalone movie starring a Marvel character. Thirty years on, some of the cast explain how they made one of the most derided films in Hollywood history.