back to the future
The Lion King? Star Wars? Titanic? Top Gun? It seems as if the new thing for Hollywood is to take an old movie, turn it into 3D and re-release it in theaters for a whole new audience to... I don't know, pay for. But why stop with those movies? Here are ten more movies that demand a 3D revival.
Nike has debuted a trailer featuring Christopher Lloyd, Bill Hader and Kevin Durant to promote the limited-edition release of the Back to the Future-inspired Air Mags.
Nike will soon confirm the planned release of Air Mags, featuring the same sort of self-lacing shoe technology last seen in 1989's Back to the Future: Part II.
So, it appears that Hollywood has finally realized that there's only so many old toys, cartoon shows and comic books worth making into movies (And somewhere, Marvel and DC are aggressively disagreeing with that last one, I'm sure), and is looking for the movie machine to start churning out original material. Which raises the question: Is anyone really ready for that?