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ukimalefu Wasn't me
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There will “never” be a Back to the Future Part IV, says trilogy director Robert Zemeckis.

If you want to go back (pun intended) play the tell tale game:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_to_t ... :_The_Game

WARNING: THERE'S ALWAYS SPOILERS ON WIKIPEDIA

I like telltale games, and liked the back to the future game a lot.

Too bad telltale is gone, but that's another story.
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No. No. No. And NO! You don't need to remake or reboot a perfect movie!

I mean, I love nostalgia, but the movies are taking it too far.
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I will use this thread to say that Disney IS rebooting The Lion King. It's all CGI, not sure if it will have any "live action". A trailer is out, I didn't see it (well, I saw a short gif). You can look it up if you want.

I bet Andy Serkis will play a part, probably the bad guy.
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I will use this thread to say that Disney IS rebooting The Lion King. It's all CGI, not sure if it will have any "live action". A trailer is out, I didn't see it (well, I saw a short gif). You can look it up if you want.

I bet Andy Serkis will play a part, probably the bad guy.

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What I would (not really) like to see is Disney's new CGI movies directed with the old animated audio tracks. Like the Jungle Book with the same voices and songs but with CGI footage and maybe newer sound effects. Or this new Lion King would have James Earl Jones' lines.
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