Back to the Future co-creator Bob Gale on the low expectations Back to the Future had before it opened in the summer of 1985 • “The movie we were worried about was a movie called, Explorers. It was directed by Joe Dante. We thought that was going to be the big movie. Nobody heard of Back to the Future. We were way under the radar. We were already in trouble for firing Eric Stoltz (Stoltz was replaced by Fox weeks into the shoot). Nobody realized what a big deal Michael J. Fox really was." • Read our interview with Bob Gale using the link in our bio.
Back to the Future co-creator Bob Gale on how Back to the Future II & III were originally one film • “There was a 165 page script for II and the last 40 or 45 pages were the 1885 stuff. It always felt rushed. The Doc and Clara relationship needed to breathe and build better. There was a lot more that we needed to do. We put more in the set up and improved that. There was a lot of stuff that I was able to write in a much better and more dramatic way. I gave more substance to the story and characters. The love story between Doc and Clara got a lot more. The concept that, on a certain dramatic level, Marty and Doc trade places in terms of what their dramatic function is. Marty becomes the guy giving the good advice and Doc is the one acting irresponsibility." • Read our interview with Bob Gale using the link in our bio.
Back to the Future co-creator Bob Gale on the mixed reaction BTTF II received when it first released in 1989: "The whole 1985A stuff...we went places the audience was not ready to go. That is some of my favorite stuff in the whole trilogy. That warped vision. Frank Capra is the godfather of that kind of thing with 'It’s A Wonderful Life.'" • You can read our interview with Bob Gale using the link in our bio.
Rumors been going on for a few years now, if there were to be a reboot of Indiana Jones, and done by Disney, that it would be suggested if @prattprattpratt Chris Pratt (right of the collage) would get the role of the lead character, Henry Walton "Indiana" Jones Jr. It's already been spoken of by Harrison Ford in that he's interested in an Indiana Jones 5, with the pending title. Also, it's been said that somewhere along the line, again, after the 5th film, they'll likely do a reboot and find a one of the spitting image of Harrison Ford for the role, if that's the case. Let's hope the title of the 5th Indiana Jones film is a good title and plot and with @shialabeoufdaily Shia LaBeouf and Karen Allen reprising their roles of Henry Walton Jones III and Marion. Let's also hope the reboot of Indiana Jones will be a real good reboot, if not any better than the original. #harrisonford#indianajones#indianajonesadventure#indianajones5#indianajoneshat#indianajonesstyle#indianajonesreboot#indianajonesremake#chrispratt#remake#remakes#movieremake#moviereboot