Since nothing is sacred, Universal Pictures and Silver Pictures have announced plans to remake “Weird Science,” the 1985 John Hughes classic about a pair of nerds who create the perfect woman using their computer. (At the time, it was a space aged concept; now digital love is the norm.)
Joel Silver, the producer behind everything from “Lethal Weapon” to “Die Hard” to “The Matrix,” is set to produce, while Michael Bacall… Continue reading 'Weird Science' Remake: Universal Bringing the John Hughes Classic Back to Life, Because Of Course
Steven Spielberg’s classic film “Schindler’s List” depicts the horrors of the Holocaust in unflinching detail, and for one of its young stars, that detail was once too haunting to handle.
Oliwia Dabrowska, who portrayed Red Genia, often referred to solely as “the girl in the red coat,” was one of the most iconic parts of the movie, as the flash of color she wore was the only hue in the film… Continue reading 'Schindler's List' Girl in the Red Coat Was 'Ashamed' of Being in Steven Spielberg Classic
When they say, “They don’t make ‘em like that anymore,” this is what they’re talking about. “How the West Was Won,” released in America 50 years ago this week (on February 20, 1963) was probably the most ambitious western ever made, an epic saga spanning four generations, 50 years, two-and-a-half hours, five vignettes, three directors (well, actually four), the widest possible screen, and an enormous cast of A-listers, including James… Continue reading 'How the West Was Won': 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Classic Western