Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny are shooting The X-Files again , a story about Jurassic dinosaurs is the biggest film of the year , Arnold Schwarzenegger is playing the Terminator again, a new Star Wars film is right around the corner, and, hey, the Tanner family is about to have a reunion. With the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future just a few days away and the promised era of Back to the Future II finally here, nostalgia for Marty, Doc, and the Enchantment Under the Sea dance is at an all-time high. So should we be bracing ourselves for a yet another reboot of a beloved story? No, says Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis. Over his dead body. Fortunately, Zemeckis and his writing partner Bob Gale have the rights to the original trilogy and the final word on whether or not Hollywood can take the McFly saga for another spin. Who are we going to get to play Kane? Why would anyone do that? But can you imagine them getting skewered?
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Zac Efron has two new movies in the works, one that sets him up as the next time-traveling teen heartthrob. The other: A flick where everyone is out to kill him, we can get behind one of these premises. Deadline Hollywood is spilling the details on two interesting films coming out from that mop-headed kid with the ridiculous abs.
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The film follows year-old Mike Matthew Perry who becomes his year-old self Zac Efron after a chance accident. The film was released in the United States on April 17, In , year-old star athlete Mike O'Donnell's girlfriend Scarlet Porter tells him that she is pregnant, just moments before his likely scholarship -clinching high school championship basketball game. Mike plays the first few seconds of the game, then walks off the court and goes after Scarlet, abandoning his hopes of going to college and achieving a career that could support their future.
Zac Efron is hooked on time travelling and dreams of taking on Michael J Fox's role in a new 'Back to the Future' movie. In his new film '17 Again', Efron's character - played as an adult by Matthew Perry - is struck by lightning and becomes a teenager again. And now he's keen to take on the the ultimate time travel adventure by recreating Fox's Marty McFly character in a fourth instalment of the hit film franchise.