You'd think promotional photos would be easy ... but sometimes wires get crossed.
The problem isn't that Hollywood recycles ideas -- it's that it recycles the wrong ideas.
These movies definitely aren't helping to spread the word of God.
Some of the films we remember as hilarious failures outperformed universally beloved movies.
When the writers close a character arc, the fandom opens its box of crazy ideas.
The movie is all but complete, but it has never seen the light of day.
Like the McFlys, the Air Mags are slowly being erased from history.
The nostalgia market means literally turning back the hands of time.
Some Hollywood tropes have a history worthy of their own origin story.
The most expensive 'Jurassic Park' project of all time isn't the movie or its sequel.
Allow us to be the black light that illuminates the soiled hotel mattress of cinema.
Sometimes accidents make the movie.
Broken hearts do not excuse behavior like this.