Special Features:Tales from the Future: New six-part retrospective documentary featuring interviews with Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Director Robert Zemeckis, Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton, plus Executive Producer Steven Spielberg.- In the Beginning . . .: Delve into the genesis of the project, casting, re-casting, the DeLorean, sets and overall pre-production.- Time to Go: Production stories through the release of the first film.- Keeping Time: The score and the songs of the Back to the Future Trilogy.- Time Flies: Learn more about how the sequel came about, the futuristic look, the special and visual effects, recreating 1955 and more.- Third Time's the Charm: Learn about building a western town, Doc Brown's love story, the casting of Mary Steenburgen, the train sequence and completing the Trilogy.- The Test of Time: Back to the Future becomes a phenomenon! President Reagan quotes the film, the Back to the Future ride opens at Universal Studios theme park and … [Read more...] about Watch Eric Stoltz as Marty Mcfly in Back to the Future!
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"You know what, yeah. I'm gonna give you that one too, Rich, because I love you so much and because it's your fifth anniversary. Yes, Walter White is dead."Bryan Cranston starred as Walter White in the hit AMC series, co-starring with Aaron Paul as fellow meth cooker Jesse Pinkman. The series follow's Walter's transition from a meek high school teacher turning to drug manufacturing to pay for his cancer treatments into infamous criminal mastermind. Almost immediately, the show became a pop culture phenomenon and has since established a reputation as one of the most beloved TV series of all time. It was just as popular as ever when Vince Gilligan decided to bring it to an end after five seasons and 62 episodes, going out on a high note while leaving fans clamoring for more. … [Read more...] about Is Walter White Alive in El Camino? Breaking Bad Creator Gives Definitive Answer
The D.C. office is the largest of the 94 U.S. attorney’s offices. It’s also one of a kind: Since D.C. has no district attorney, federal prosecutors who work in the District litigate federal crimes like Stone’s case as well as local crimes. The office has a homicide division, tries drug and gang cases, and works closely with D.C.’s police department. More recently, the work of the D.C. U.S. attorney’s office has faced an increased amount of scrutiny as it assumed control of spinoff cases from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. … [Read more...] about ‘Livid and Frightened’: Inside the DOJ Office at the Center of the Roger Stone Scandal
RELATED: Will We Ever See Walt & Jesse Together Again After El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie?It hasn't yet been confirmed if franchise co-star Bryan Cranston will reunite with Paul for a flashback sequence featuring a Walter White and Jesse Pinkman reunion. Or some kind of similar scene for the movie, although it would be surprising if he didn't at least show up for a cameo. Likewise, chances are we'll see a few other familiar faces from the original series as well. Might we get an update as to what's happened with the White family since Breaking Bad? … [Read more...] about Breaking Bad Movie Gets a Music Video Recap That Will Get You Hyped for El Camino
Still, Notaro admits there were things she definitely wanted to include. She was determined to show a different side of the South, wasn’t that wasn’t a Hee Haw version of hicks with hayseeds (“That’s Season Two,” she deadpans) or redneck racists (“You can find a stars-and-bars flag in upstate New York as well as the South, I guarantee it”). Both the character’s biological father and stepfather on the show hew closely to their real-life counterparts. “My real father, who died right as we were wrapping the pilot, claims to have been part of the Mississippi Mafia,” she says. “People think it’s a cartoon element, but he had a knife and a gun in his cowboy boots at all times. That’s one of those things where I’ll admit, yeah, that’s not exactly fictional. And for anyone who knows my stepdad … when he saw it, his response was, ‘You did a very good job, Tig. [Pause] It is fictional … [Read more...] about ‘One Mississippi’: How Tig Notaro Turned Tragedy Into ‘Traumedy’