Musical-Mike: Outside the Top 20 Best-Selling Soundtracks of all-time...and sometimes the soundtrack is even better than the movie. Honorable mention: “Is it a bird? Is it a plane?” In the 80 years since created the ultimate superhero, there is no longer any doubt. A comic strip, a serial, a TV series and finally a major motion picture, “Superman: The Movie” (1978) produced by the Salkind’s and Spengler previously best known for the hit “The Three Musketeers” set about the task of finally giving the man from Planet Krypton the movie he deserved. In a blaze of publicity and with every actor in Hollywood from Redford, McQueen, Newman to fresh from “Rocky”, Stallone at one time or another mentioned as a possible Clark Kent, unknown stage actor Christopher Reeve was the perfect choice. Brando on a phenomenal salary for the time and Hackman as Lex Luthor headed a star studded cast which to the relief of Warner Bros who were backing the most expensive Hollywood movie ever, was welcomed to great acclaim and enormous box-office. A troubled production, they were was actually filming the sequel simultaneously much to the chagrin of the cast and Director Richard Donner. Due to the superb (for the time) Oscar winning special effects, like never before he truly was “Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. The infant of Krypton is now the Man of Steel: Superman.” The powerful score by Oscar winner John Williams conveyed the wonder, the adventure, a little romance and the fun which like his “Jaws”, “Star Wars” and “Close Encounters...” theme’s became instantly recognisable and Oscar nominated. The double soundtrack recording, epic like the movie itself peaked at No.44. Barbra Streisand released a well timed “Superman” album the year before which became one of her biggest (double platinum and peaking at No.3) with its title track a minor AC hit at No.29. Maureen McGovern’s recording of “Can You Read My Mind” the film’s love theme recited by Margot Kidder as Lois Lane in the film hit No. 52 but was a big AC hit at No.5. In no small part, thanks to Williams’ rousing score, 40 years later “you will believe.”
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• 🎉We are going to @parquewarner 😁For more info, come to reception 😎 You can sign up until next Friday 27th🖊 #lopelopeta#warnerbros#PlanGo
The Meg 2018
Science Fiction Thriller Action Fantasy
Released August 10th 2018
I've been waiting for this movie I couldn't wait for August, The Meg will haunt you down in the ocean at August, the first official megalodon movie in the cinema!
Well theres a megalodon movie from 2004 Shark Attack 3 : Megalodon but that movie just didnt do anything much but Shark Attack 2 was really good though!
Or another syfy film megalodon vs giant octopus or croczilla vs megalodon and etc thats just some weird shit from syfy with bad cgi, not appealing movie.
But this Meg as in megalodon is really promising, it was based on a novel, theres couple novels from Steven Alten, he's the writer for science fiction novel, it was great like The Meg, alien, prehistoric creatures or any other science fiction story.
From the trailer this Meg movie will do better it was scary shark footage, when the meg show up at beach wheres there lot of people surfing to get away from her, it was epic scene from the trailer and this Meg movie make JAWS looks like a circus clown, the ancient prehistoric shark is back and haunting the world even though Megalodon is the cousin of the Great White Shark but nothing cant compare Megalodon to anyone except for Leviathan, the prehistoric whale that God destroy that thing with His own hand.
Well as always I put some facts and watch The Meg trailer on youtube or anywhere it was epic! I just hope if The Meg got sequel, please Warner Bros dont mess it up, this is the epic moment to bring back shark attack movie!
2001: A Space Odyssey, a cinematic experience often credited for having prophesied tech like Amazon Alexa and Space X, has turned 50. To celebrate The Drum’s reporter @bereccastewart has taken a look at the lessons brands, and consumers, have taken from the epic. Check out the link in the bio to read all about it 🚀
Tak nejdřív jsem potkala Amy, ale je to tvrdá holka, nechtěla se bavit, šibalka jedna. 😜
Potom couračka a kravinky na Camdenu, až jsme musely hodit šlofíka na chvíli v St' Martin's garden a pak šup do Warner Bros Studios. Tam mě dostal Zapovězený les a pavouci co nad náma lezly. Fuj!!😨
Zpátky do centra, večeře znova na Camdenu a total mrtvý do postele.
This 5-part post is dedicated to my dad and his favorite film, Casablanca, which we watched today on @turnerclassicmovies. Swipe left to see the scene he and I have talked about the most over the many years of enjoying this movie together, the moment when Paul Henreid leads the impassioned musicians and patriotic crowd with “The Marseillaise.” To watch “Casablanca” with someone who lived through WW2 in France, suffered the tragedies of wartime Europe and then immigrated to America (like many of the characters desperately try to do in the story) depended my appreciation of this film and the incredible filmmakers and actors who contributed their real life experience to it. I always study the impact this film has on my dad while it’s on TV and I tried to capture that here. (As chance would have it, while I was out tonight, I drove by Warner Brothers, the studio in Burbank where “Casablanca” was filmed back in 1942 - more than 75 years ago.) #casablanca#warnerbros#humphreybogart#michaelcurtiz#ingridbergman#dooleywilson#paulhenreid#clauderains#conradveidt#africa#ww2#hollywood#goldenage#dad#movieswithdad#prince#littleredcorvette#turnerclassicmovies#tcm#rickscafe