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Here’s a few updated photos of our progress... hope you enjoy!  Can’t wait to share it with all of you!
06/10/2020

Here’s a few updated photos of our progress... hope you enjoy! Can’t wait to share it with all of you!

06/06/2020

The projectors are in place!

Today’s fun movie fact: Writer and director David Lynch and producer Raffaella De Laurentiis arranged a screentest in Ne...
06/01/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: Writer and director David Lynch and producer Raffaella De Laurentiis arranged a screentest in New York City with Sean Young for the role of Chani. Young's agent never told her about the meeting, and she was in fact booked on a flight that evening to Los Angeles. Lynch and De Laurentiis missed their flight back to Los Angeles, and ended up catching the same plane as Young. During the flight, De Laurentiis noticed Young and told Lynch, "I bet that girl's an actress." A stewardess told the pair that her name was "Sean Young", and De Laurentiis confronted Young about standing him and Lynch up. The misunderstanding sorted out, the three ended up drinking champagne and reading the script together upon returning to Los Angeles.

05/30/2020
Jaws 3-D | Theatrical Trailer | 1983

Today's fun movie fact: The first major film to use visual effects shots composited on video equipment instead of via optical film printing. Originally, this was to be used for all of the composite shots in the movie, and the vast majority of them were completed via this process by Private Stock Effects. This method proved to be much quicker and more flexible than traditional film printing. However, because the video system being used was of relatively low resolution, the resulting images looked soft. Because the visual effects shots were underwater, this was initially deemed acceptable. However, Producer Alan Landsburg changed his mind at the last minute and ordered the work re-done in the traditional film process by Praxis Film Works. The time crunch meant over two-thirds of the planned composite shots were cut from the movie, many more were simplified to make them easier and quicker to complete via optical printing, and a handful of unfinished shots showing blank greenscreens were left in the finished film. Only three or four video-composited shots remain in the final cut.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJ_eYFVxvFE

| Original theatrical trailer for the movie Jaws 3-D from 1983 | Starring Dennis Quaid, Bess Armstrong and Simon MacCorkindale. The sons of police chief Brod...

As a thank you to “ALL” first responders: Medical staff, Police, Paramedics, Fire Fighters and the like.  Once we are ab...
05/26/2020

As a thank you to “ALL” first responders: Medical staff, Police, Paramedics, Fire Fighters and the like. Once we are able to open and until the end of the year.... They will all receive a “buy one get one free ticket” to The 35 Cinema for any of our regular shows. In addition they will also be able to buy exclusive discounted tickets to our special event shows and readings.

This is our way of saying “Thank You for keeping us safe and healthy.” We would like to bring them a little joy... even if it’s just for a few hours.

Once again “Thank You!”

When we are able to open: please show your respective ID at the box office for the offer.

Today’s fun movie fact:  Initially, Sir Alec Guinness had doubts about playing the role of Colonel Nicholson. Guinness h...
05/24/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: Initially, Sir Alec Guinness had doubts about playing the role of Colonel Nicholson. Guinness had become a much-loved figure on-screen, appearing in a series of popular comedies. The Nicholson character seemed humorless, unlovable, and perhaps even dull. To remedy this, Guinness tried to inject some humor into his portrayal of the Colonel. Director Sir David Lean was very much opposed to this idea, insisting that it be played straight. Thus began an argument between the two men that continued through shooting.

05/23/2020
The Longest Day (1962) Trailer #1 | Movieclips Classic Trailers

Today’s fun movie fact: While clearing a section of the Normandy beach near Ponte du Hoc, the crew unearthed a tank that had been buried in the sand since the original invasion. Mechanics cleaned it off, fixed it up and it was used in the movie as part of the British tank regiment.

https://youtu.be/3KdNUlLzTvA

Check out the official The Longest Day (1962) Trailer starring John Wayne! Let us know what you think in the comments below. ► Watch on FandangoNOW: https://...

Today's fun movie fact: 1941 was the first comedy role for veteran dramatic actor Robert Stack (General Stillwell). Stac...
05/22/2020

Today's fun movie fact: 1941 was the first comedy role for veteran dramatic actor Robert Stack (General Stillwell). Stack went on to appear in several comedies through the remainder of his career. His most notable comedic role was as the gruff, unflappable Captain Rex Kramer in Airplane! (1980), a spoof character based on the hardened, stone-faced personalities Stack was customarily cast to play.

05/21/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: Samuel L. Jackson told the Las Vegas Sun that he was motivated to take the part because "I watched a lot of monster pictures growing up and we would go home and someone would pretend to be Dracula or Frankenstein and chase us and we would run from them. This was an opportunity to finally be in a movie like that and run away from something that's bigger and stronger, with sharp teeth and claws. I got to say stuff like 'Look out, look out! Go this way! Ahhh! Ahhh!' Even though I didn't get to be that panicky."

05/21/2020

Theatre update: places are getting ready to open in Las Vegas. We’re still working hard to get the theatre up and running as soon as possible and when it’s safe. Just hang in there with us.

It’ll be worth the wait!

05/19/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: Even though Danny DeVito's scenes were cut from theatrical release, you can still see him in the "Kenny meets Marsha" scene. If you watch behind "Kenny" as he is approaching the office, and the intro to the "I Wanna' Get Next to You" starts, you will see DeVito's back as he appears to be storming off from a woman (Brooke Adams) and slaps a newspaper vending machine on the way out of view. This was following a deleted scene where Kenny flirts with Brooke Adams' character of Terry when he kisses her right hand after paying his bill at the Dog House eatery, and Danny DeVito's character of Joe begins an argument with her about it and storms off.

Today’s fun movie fact: Apparently, Ronald Reagan was amused by Doc Brown's disbelief that an actor like him could becom...
05/19/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: Apparently, Ronald Reagan was amused by Doc Brown's disbelief that an actor like him could become President, so much so that he had the projectionist stop and replay the scene. He also seemed to enjoy it so much that he even made a direct reference of the film in his 1986 State of the Union address, "As they said in the film Back to the Future. Where we're going, we don't need roads.'"

05/19/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: Even though Danny DeVito's scenes were cut from theatrical release, you can still see him in the "Kenny meets Marsha" scene. If you watch behind "Kenny" as he is approaching the office, and the intro to the "I Wanna' Get Next to You" starts, you will see DeVito's back as he appears to be storming off from a woman (Brooke Adams) and slaps a newspaper vending machine on the way out of view. This was following a deleted scene where Kenny flirts with Brooke Adams' character of Terry when he kisses her right hand after paying his bill at the Dog House eatery, and Danny DeVito's character of Joe begins an argument with her about it and storms off.

Today’s fun movie fact: Jean-Claude Van Damme was originally cast to play the Predator, the idea being that the physical...
05/17/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: Jean-Claude Van Damme was originally cast to play the Predator, the idea being that the physical action star would use his martial arts to make the Predator an agile, ninja-Raquel Hunter. However, the original design for the Predator was too cumbersome and difficult to manage in the jungle, and van Damme couldn't make the required movements in it. Additionally, it was reported that Van Damme constantly complained about the monster suit being too hot (causing him to pass out), while also voicing his reservations on numerous occasions about the fact that he would not be appearing on camera without the suit. Van Damme was finally removed from the film, officially for being too short at 5'9" (Arnold Schwarzenegger and his team were bodybuilders between 6'2" and 6'5"). He was replaced by Kevin Peter Hall (who was 7'2"), and the suit was redesigned because even with a more imposing actor, it was felt to not provoke enough fear.

Today’s fun movie fact: The character of Cru is loosely based off of Eddie Fiola, who did most of Bill Allen's stunts in...
05/14/2020

Today’s fun movie fact:
The character of Cru is loosely based off of Eddie Fiola, who did most of Bill Allen's stunts in the film.

Today’s fun movie fact: James Brown's scream from "I Feel Good" was used as a sound effect in the scene demonstrating th...
05/12/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: James Brown's scream from "I Feel Good" was used as a sound effect in the scene demonstrating the alien taking control of the young boy's body.

05/11/2020
Superman III - Trailer

Today’s fun movie fact: Today’s fun movie fact: This is first time Christopher Reeve had top billing in a Superman movie. In Superman (1978) he was behind Marlon Brando and Gene Hackman. In Superman II (1980) he was behind Hackman.

https://youtu.be/-7qo4Iy0ULk

The Man of Steel faces the awesome power of a criminally insane super-computer genius, who has been hoodwinked by a sinister tycoon seeking global dominance....

Today’s fun movie fact: The original title of this was always "Friday the 13th." It was part of the original conception ...
05/10/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: The original title of this was always "Friday the 13th." It was part of the original conception as forseen by the film's director and creator, Sean Cunningham. "Long Night at Camp Blood" was just a working title the production was using to keep the film a secret from the general viewing public while they were shooting; it was never a title they were actually going to use.

05/08/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: The movie was filmed at an actual summer camp, Camp White Pine, in Haliburton, Ontario (a few hours north of Toronto). Many of the extras in the film were actual campers and counselors of the camp; most if not all locations were actual camp facilities (basketball courts, mess hall, swim docks, cabins, etc.). The "Visitors Day" scene/montage was actually filmed during the camp's Visitors Day; White Pine also had a similar yearly event to the "Olympiad" - although rather than being a inter-camp competition, it was an intra-camp relay-type competition that was just part of an overall all-day themed event. These competitions were nicknamed "Mohawk Relays", perhaps serving as inspiration for the name of the rival camp in the movie.

Today’s fun movie fact: (at around 1h 35 mins) When Robbie (Oliver Robins) is being strangled, the clown's arms became e...
05/07/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: (at around 1h 35 mins) When Robbie (Oliver Robins) is being strangled, the clown's arms became extremely tight and Oliver started to choke. When he screamed out, "I can't breathe!" Producer Steven Spielberg and Director Tobe Hooper thought that the boy was ad-libbing and just instructed him to look at the camera. When Spielberg saw Oliver’s face turning purple, he ran over and removed the clown's arms from Oliver’s neck saving Oliver’s life.

Today’s fun movie fact: According to Ian McDiarmid, George Lucas originally cast him simply as the physical performance ...
05/06/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: According to Ian McDiarmid, George Lucas originally cast him simply as the physical performance of the Emperor (similar to David Prowse as Darth Vader). This became evident to him when a producer told him that if he was able to get his voice close enough to Clive Revill's (who portrayed the Emperor's voice in Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)) Lucas would let him use his on-camera vocals in the final cut of the movie. However, McDiarmid felt he could conduct a stronger, more wicked and demonic voice for the Emperor as opposed to Revill's more aristocratic Emperor. Lucas, and even Steven Spielberg, were so impressed with his take that it ended up becoming a signature trait of the character.

Projection equipment in and ready to be placed!  Getting close!
05/06/2020

Projection equipment in and ready to be placed! Getting close!

Today’s fun movie fact: When Han Solo is about to be frozen, Princess Leia says, "I love you". In the original script, H...
05/05/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: When Han Solo is about to be frozen, Princess Leia says, "I love you". In the original script, Han Solo was supposed to say "Just remember that, Leia, because I'll be back", but at the time of filming, Harrison Ford wasn't entirely certain he did want to come back for a third movie. There is a recurring legend that his line "I know" was ad-libbed. However, Alan Arnold's book "Once Upon A Galaxy: A Journal of the Making of The Empire Strikes Back" includes a transcription of the discussion between Ford and director Irvin Kershner in which Ford suggested the line.

Today’s fun movie fact: After visiting the set of Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), George Lucas was sure Close...
05/04/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: After visiting the set of Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), George Lucas was sure Close Encounters would outperform the yet-to-be-released Star Wars at the box office. Steven Spielberg disagreed, and felt Lucas' Star Wars would be the bigger hit. Lucas proposed they trade two and a half percent of the profit on each other's movies. Spielberg took the trade, and still receives two and a half percent of the profits from this movie.

May the Fourth Be With You!

Today’s fun movie fact: Arnold Schwarzenegger had weapons training, martial arts training, and horse riding lessons from...
05/03/2020

Today’s fun movie fact: Arnold Schwarzenegger had weapons training, martial arts training, and horse riding lessons from specialists. He trained with an 11-pound broadsword two hours a day for three months, and learned how to handle one; each broadsword cost $10,000 and had to look weathered. He also learned climbing techniques, and how to fall and roll and jump from 15-feet in the air. John Milius made sure all of these were videotaped, and according to Schwarzenegger, they were just as intense as training for bodybuilding competitions. Franco Columbu was his trainer and was rewarded with a small part in the film.

05/02/2020
Jaws 2 - Trailer

Starting this month are fun movie fact and or trailer will be from a summer blockbuster! We hope you enjoy!

Here’s Today’s Fun Movie Trailer:

https://youtu.be/5O-dGoLFds8

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water! The beach-goers of Amity are threatened again by a giant, man-eating shark in this thrilling seque...

04/25/2020
Airplane! - Trailer

Today’s fun movie trailer: Classic! https://youtu.be/HMnVs287AJ4

The persons and events in this film are fictitious - fortunately! A masterpiece of off-the-wall comedy| Airplane! features Robert Hays as an ex-fighter pilot...

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