Tag Archives: Continuity

“Prometheus” – Finish the first film if you want us to see the sequel!

HollywoodNews.com: Corey Atad wrote a great ‘wish I had gotten around to writing it first’ piece on Friday. It’s about well, it’s called “Prometheus; or Stop Trying to Set Up Sequels!”. I’ve whined about this in brief or in the context of something else from time to time,[...]

Dear Hollywood: I Know What You Did Last Summer…and It was Better Than What You Did This Summer!

By Scott Feinberg hollywoodnews.com: For moviegoers, the summer of 2010 has felt oddly like summers of yesteryear – only worse. Why, you ask? Because the vast majority of the season’s biggest releases have been sequels that paled in comparison to the earlier installments in their respective franchises. Many people have[...]

Back to the Future turned 25 today. A look at the trilogy’s finest moment.

By Scott Mendelson “Did you say seventy years?” Has there ever been a cooler cliffhanger in modern film history? The idea of splitting a long film into two pieces and releasing them relative closely to each other was a new idea back in 1989. But of all the split-in-two franchise pictures, Back[...]

Not Necessarily the News

By Scott Mendelson hollywoodnews.com: Another new occasional feature, one dealing with random speculation that inexplicably gets turned into real news due to various bloggers who are desperate for hits and/or scoops. All of the items below are either complete speculation or painfully obvious developments that are being branded about as BREAKING[...]