The new Power Rangers movie is starting to heat up. Earlier this week, the first piece of casting broke, and now potential details on the film’s villain, timeline and opening have all made it online. If true, there are some spoilers here, but nothing too crazy.
Project Almanac is a thoughtfully crafted found footage-style film that keeps its way-out time-travel premise grounded, thanks to authentic performances and well-composed visuals. We talked to director Dean Israelite, and he told us the secret of making a high-concept science fiction film feel realistic.
Not only were we lucky enough to catch Project Almanac last night at Comic-Con, but we also got a few minutes with director Dean Israelite, too. Almanac's a solid first feature so it should come as no surprise that the guy's got a pretty cool project lined up next: a new version of the 1983 release, WarGames.
Project Almanac is shot found-footage style, had its title changed three times and had its release date pushed back nearly a year, but don't jump to conclusions just yet. We got the chance to see Dean Israelite's directorial debut at Comic-Con, and while we can't give a full review just yet, we can tell you it looks…
Everyone is calling Welcome To Yesterday the next Chronicle. Which is a pretty steep comparison. This time-traveling adventure centered around a pack of teens may look like Chronicle, but will it be as dark as that brilliant superhero film?