• Tom Cruise stepped in over topless scene All The Right Moves co-star didn't want to do
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    Tom Cruise stepped in over topless scene All The Right Moves co-star didn't want to do

    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.

  • 10 best movies on TV over the Easter weekend
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    10 best movies on TV over the Easter weekend

    The weather looks miserable for Easter weekend, so why not indulge in a movie on the sofa instead.

  • Mind-blowing movie details you probably missed
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    Mind-blowing movie details you probably missed

    Seriously, you'll never be able to see these movies in the same light again.

  • 10 famous actors you forgot were in Star Trek
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    10 famous actors you forgot were in Star Trek

    They’re big stars elsewhere, but we reckon you either didn’t know or had simply forgotten that these eleven performers also boldly went where no man had gone before. Image credits: Rex_Shutterstock, Getty, CBS, Paramount, PA

  • Mega haul of film and TV memorabilia going up for auction in the UK
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    Mega haul of film and TV memorabilia going up for auction in the UK

    Iconic items from 'The Shining,' 'Batman' and 'The Empire Strikes Back' are among those going under the hammer.

  • Christopher Lloyd is up for Back To The Future 4
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    Christopher Lloyd is up for Back To The Future 4

    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.

  • 23 Stars Who Were Cut From Their Own Movies
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    23 Stars Who Were Cut From Their Own Movies

    These stars found their work on the cutting room floor. We just hope they were paid up front.

  • Howard The Duck: The story behind the most insane Marvel movie ever made
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    Howard The Duck: The story behind the most insane Marvel movie ever made

    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.

  • 8 weirdly risque scenes in family-friendly 80s movies
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    8 weirdly risque scenes in family-friendly 80s movies

    Don't watch them with your parents.

  • 20 Actors Who Were Much Older Than Their Characters
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    20 Actors Who Were Much Older Than Their Characters

    These actors were a bit too long in the tooth to play their characters.

  • What Happened To Jennifer From Back To The Future... And Why Was She Replaced For The Sequel?
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    What Happened To Jennifer From Back To The Future... And Why Was She Replaced For The Sequel?

    Claudia Wells almost didn’t get to star in ‘Back To The Future’. Eric Stoltz had been cast as Marty and Wells had already done a photoshoot with him (the lovey-dovey shot you see in film with Stoltz replaced by Michael J. Fox), but when he was fired, it was decided that Hardin was too tall to play Fox’s girlfriend.

  • What Ronald Reagan's Cabinet from 'Back to the Future' Would've Looked Like
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    What Ronald Reagan's Cabinet from 'Back to the Future' Would've Looked Like

    Today’s celebration of #BacktoFutureDay has been all about Back to the Future Part II and the crazy predictions it imagined by the year 2015: hoverboards, Jaws 19, a Chicago Cubs World Series win, etc. But let’s flash back, for a moment, to the original Back to the Future — specifically, the scene in which Marty McFly (Matthew J. Fox) informs Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) that he’s traveled back in time from the year 1985. It’s 1955, and Doc is flabbergasted to hear Marty claim that Ronald Reagan, the actor, has become President of the United States in the year he comes from.

  • 'Back to the Future' Gets the Ultimate Remix
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    'Back to the Future' Gets the Ultimate Remix

    In case you’re just now opening the internet, Oct. 21, 2015, is #BacktotheFutureDay, that fateful future date Marty McFly traveled to in 1989’s Back to the Future Part II.   Related: Want More ‘Back to the Future?’ The Trilogy Has Its Own Extended Universe There’s plenty of movie nostalgia out there to indulge in, but if you really want to complete your Future planning, you must check out this new remix by DJ Mike Relm. He’s the mastermind behind that sublime Cornetto Trilogy Megamix commissioned by director Edgar Wright to rock Comic-Con a few summers ago (among other gems).

  • Universal May Be Planning Jaws and Back To The Future Reboots
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    Universal May Be Planning Jaws and Back To The Future Reboots

    The seemingly endless cycle of remakes, reboots, reimaginings and any other number of ‘re’-prefixed verbs that have done the rounds in the film industry this past decade or so has invariably left many film fans asking - is nothing sacred anymore? Well, it seems we may have our answer, as word gets out that Universal may have their sights on rebooting two of the greatest Hollywood blockbusters of all time: ‘Jaws’ and ‘Back to the Future.’ - Spielberg Predicts End of Superhero Genre - Lead Actress Candidates For Spielberg’s Ready Player One - Jurassic World 3rd Biggest Movie Ever This news comes from a highly trustworthy source, The Hollywood Reporter, who mention Universal’s plans almost as an aside in their report on Steven Spielberg’s Dreamworks looking set to move house from Disney to Universal for distribution. The Spielberg connection is of course vital here. Not only did the legendary filmmaker get his big break making the original classic ‘Jaws’ for Universal back in 1975, he also produced ‘Back to the Future’ for the studio in 1985, as well as its two sequels.

  • 15 Back To The Future facts that will blow your mind
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    15 Back To The Future facts that will blow your mind

    How much do you know about Marty McFly and friends?