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‘Project Almanac’ Director In Talks To Helm ‘Power Rangers’
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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Saban Lionsgate Movie

Last year it was announced that Lionsgate would be rebooting the Power Rangers. Production has been slow going for the film, which is expected to get a July 2016 release, having already lost executive producer Roberto Orci . Although Joseph Kahn‘s darker take on Power Rangers isn’t actually a part of the franchise, and was considered more fanfare, the viral video hit set the bar pretty high. Even Saban Entertainment – the production company that helped bring Power Rangers from Japan and adapt it for American audiences – fought to have the video taken down. But the video may have actually helped the film in the long run, as there was a debate as to whether or not there can be a more mature Power Rangers or not. Kahn has explicitly stated that there would not be a longer version of his short, which may have disappointed those who liked the video.

Lionsgate’s Power Rangers probably won’t mirror Kahn’s short in the end, but they are finally narrowing down the list of possible directors. According to a new report, Project Almanac‘s Dean Israelite is now in talks to helm the Power Rangers reboot.

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‘Project Almanac’ Trailer: New Peek At Found Footage Time Travel Movie
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Project Almanac Header Image

A new trailer has been released for Project Almanac (formerly known as Welcome to Yesterday), the found footage time travel movie from director Dead Israelite, who’s making his feature debut. A trailer for the movie was previously released in December of 2013.

The movie stars Jonny Weston, Amy Landecker, Sofia Black-D’Elia, Gary Grubbs, Virginia Gardner, Katie Garfield, Sam Lerner, and Gary Weeks, and will be released on January 30,2015.

You can check out the trailer below, as well as a poster.

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SDCC 2014: Paramount Panel: TMNT, Interstellar, Project Almanac, Hercules, Hot Tub Time Machine 2
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SDCC 2014: Paramount panel

The final film panel of San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H on Thursday belonged to Paramount Pictures, which presented Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Project Almanac, Hercules, Hot Tub Time Machine 2, and Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar.

As the room darkened the voice of SpongeBob Squarepants was heard over the speakers, searching for Hall H. Voice actor Tom Kenny then came on to cheers from the crowd as he introduced footage from the film The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, in which Spongebob and crew have to leave the ocean to become superheroes to save Bikini Bottom. This was followed by a video retrospective of the history of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, from the earliest sketches to the cultural phenomenon that followed.

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‘WarGames’ Remake Gets A Writer, Director
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WarGames

A remake of the 1983 movie WarGames being developed by MGM has found a writer and director for the project.

The studio has entered into talks with Arash Amel and Dean Israelite to help them make the remake. Amel previously wrote Erased with Aaron Eckhart and most recently penned the script for Grace of Monaco, the movie about actress Grace Kelly’s as a star of the Golden Age of Hollywood and eventual Princess of Monaco that stars Nicole Kidman. Israelite has mostly directed shorts, with his feature directorial debut, Project Almanac (previously titled Welcome to Yesterday), coming soon.

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‘Welcome To Yesterday’ Trailer: Trime Travel Meets Found Footage
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Welcome to Yesterday Trailer

Found footage movies have dominated the horror genre for the past couple of years, but now we’re really starting to see them branch out into other genres. The surprise microbudget megahit Chronicle covered found footage superheros, and now comes a new found footage flick that dives into the always interesting (sometimes in a good way, sometimes in a bad way) world of time travel, with hopes of replicating that low-cost, high-reward Chronicle success.

The movie is titled Welcome to Yesterday (a new title, as the former title, Almanac, is still being used on IMDB), and involves a group of friends who discover a way to create a time travel machine, and then begin to use this new found technology with reckless abandon. Such power can quickly go to a young person’s—or any person’s, for that matter—head, and soon the friends realize that their actions have great consequences.

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