According to Hollywood, time machines can come in any shape and size. And for the latest episode of Super-Fan Builds, two of the most unusual time machines—the iconic DeLorean from Back to the Future and the hot tub from Hot Tub Time Machine—were merged to create an even better way to relax and let the hours fly by.
Just imagine if Hot Tub Time Machine was more sophisticated and European, and less... I don't know what, crass and American. Yes? Then you would have something like BIS, which borrows the basic idea of HTTM, but with no hot tub. And a lot more riding around on motor scooters.
Hot Tub Time Machine had a clever spin on the "male midlife crisis" comedy genre, sending four dudes back to the 80s to relive their best weekend. And now there's a sequel, which doubles down on the time-travel hijinks, but also goes all-in on the gross-out dude-bonding humor. Spoiler-o-rama...
Time travel is huge at the movies right now. This Friday sees Hot Tub Time Machine 2, and Terminator 5 is coming soon. But as Predestination recently proved, the smartest movies about time warps are often based on literary sources. So here are 10 time-travel books that would make bloody amazing movies.
Here's the trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2, the sequel we didn't ask for but are enjoying nonetheless. Also, it looks like John Cusack's character was replaced with new addition Adam Scott. We're OK with this.
Having conquered the demons of their past in 1986; our plucky heroes from Hot Tub Time Machine are living the good life in a modern world of their own making. But sometimes leaving well enough alone just isn't good enough so it's back into the hot tub for Nick, Lou, and Jacob for another riotous romp through…
Let's face it, you're either super-excited for sequel to the ridiculous time-travel comedy Hot Tub Time Machine, or you're not. For those who are, you will not be disappointed with this red-band trailer for the sequel, where (most of) the original crew gets back in the hot tub... but ends up in the future.
Time travel and temporal anomalies can be messy and unpleasant. When time starts getting out of whack, anything can happen. People can be born over and over, meet themselves, relive the same day, or just screw up all their relationships. Here are all the ways people get tangled in their own timelines in science…
Didn't get your fill of naked men having a midlife crises in a hot tub? Well, you're in luck! MGM is allegedly interested in making a sequel to the time-traveling comedy Hot Tub Time Machine. Why, because it made a pant-load of cash in relation to the pennies it took to make. Thankfully, Rob Corddry (who was…
Time travel is a great concept — but how do you show it happening? This weekend's Looper picks a pretty simple way of showing gangsters jumping through time, but we've also seen kids in time-traveling spaceships, portal-jumping bandits, and a hot tub that lets you relive your past.
This looks like a perfect mash-up of minds, gore and sex jokes. Steve Pink, director of the smutty Hot Tub Time Machine is going to direct a Toxic Avenger movie. Let the New Jersey jokes fly. [Deadline]
How could they make a Hot Tub Time Machine sequel? A new deleted scene offers some hints: Chevy Chase's character lists all the other creations he invented. Fingers crossed for John Cusack's Freaky Friday Toaster or Dead Relative Taxi Driver.
You might've recently caught Rob Corddry as the show-stealing jackass in Hot Tub Time Machine. But during our talk with him we learned two things: he's a perfectly nice fellow, and he probably owns more set-top boxes than we do.
What alternate-universe mash-up would you invent if you went back in time via hot tub? Think you can come up with something better than Rob Corddry's Twittagra — a combination of Twitter and Viagra? Let us know, and win.
Noted time-travel expert Dave Goldberg, a physics professor at Drexel University, just saw Hot Tub Time Machine and was - disturbed. Here he explains the "egregious number of inviolable paradoxes" in the film, in an open letter to its creators.
We know: This Hot Tub Time Machine thing is confusing. Is it a Hangover-style raunch-comedy? A time-travel epic? A 2001: A Space Odyssey-style journey into the vortex of our deepest souls? We answer your hot, wet questions below. Spoilers ahead...
Hot Tub Time Machine—the title itself speaks volumes. But with time travel guaranteed from the outset, the movie's jokes aren't just about the past, they're about what you're supposed to do when you get there.
There's a fiery new Iron Man 2 poster, plus James Cameron hints at Avatar leftovers that could appear in Avatar 2. Writers talk The Boys and Wanted 2 movies. Plus Doctor Who, Lost, Fringe, Scott Pilgrim, FlashForward, V and Caprica.
Transformers 3 already has multiple armies, a trip to the Moon, and someone named Matt. Megan Fox's Jonah Hex character has an oddly familiar surname. Green Lantern accidentally unveils its logo. Plus Hot Tub Time Machine, Lost, Caprica, and more!
We talked to Crispin Glover about going back in time 25 years for Hot Tub Time Machine, a quarter century after Back To The Future premiered. And he told us about playing Nikola Tesla's drunken nemesis, Thomas Edison.