THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT Reboot in the Works; BUTTERFLY EFFECT Director Eric Bress to Write the Script | Collider
Despite the Kelso effect, this was actually a kinda decent movie.
Watch: Massive 3-Hour Documentary On The Making Of James Cameron's 'Aliens' | The Playlist
In this three hour long (yikes!) documentary, you’ll learn just about everything you could ever want to know about “Aliens.” Entitled “Superior Firepower: The Making of ‘Aliens,’” and originally included in the 2003 DVD release of “Aliens,” this documentary will take you behind-the-scenes of the film with footage taken during the filming and will guide you through Cameron’s meticulous filmmaking process with interviews from cast and crew.
Oh don't do this to me, I had planned to do something productive during the next three hours.
Exclusive: Director Sebastian Cordero Talks Europa Report and More - Dread Central
we were 'lucky' enough to have to sit thru this panel @ SDCC and the stars of the panel were the two Nasa dudes who, I think, consulted. The Mod was some science nerd who kept getting all NASA-burtory over the realistic conditions of this movie while saying how he always scoffs at most movies because 'that can't happen'. Seriously, this was my nerd moment of Comicon and I think that someone was waiting offstage to stuff the entire group into a dirty gym locker. Ask SmytheKing...we actually got shusshed during this by people who, five minutes later, could not get out of the room fast enough.
ABOUT TIME Trailer. ABOUT TIME Stars Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams, and Bill Nighy | Collider
A new trailer has been released for the romantic dramedy, About Time. The film puts a time travel spin on the classic romantic comedy conceit, as Domnhall Gleeson (Anna Karenina) plays a man who has inherited the ability to travel through time from his father (Bill Nighy). Naturally, Gleeson’s character uses his time travel prowess to woo the girl of his dreams (Rachel McAdams), but as with all time travel stories, the powers come with grave consequences. The trailers we’ve seen have cast the film as a serious drama and as a light-hearted comedy, and this new one is definitely the latter. But rather than lay out the whole plot, it boils down the time travel device into one scene, and it works wonderfully.