Lost Bill Murray movie

Some of you might’ve been lucky enough to catch the long lost Bill Murray movie, Nothing Lasts Forever, on Turner Classic Movies over a year and a half ago. It was a rare showing of the 1984 film that never got released in theaters and starred Gremlins‘ Zach GalliganDan Aykroyd, and musician Eddie Fischer. The Lorne Michaels-produced comedy has yet to receive a proper release on home video, but a screening was recently held in London for Tom Schiller‘s (Saturday Night Lady) troubled film.

Below, learn more about the lost Bill Murray movie.

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gremlins sequel

A part of the charm of Joe Dante‘s Gremlins films is how much hell the little monsters raise. They also don’t cause massive, destruction porn. If the Gremlins reboot/sequel comes to fruition, will it feel the need to compete with the huge monsters we see today?

According to the original films’ star, Zach Galligan, he’d like to see the series go in that direction — and maybe it will. Read more after the jump.

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Goonies Sequel

Everyone wants to make a sequel in this edition of Sequel Bits. It’s just that some of these sequels are less theoretical than others. After the jump:

  • Eva Green responds to her Sin City poster rejection
  • Sean Astin feels optimistic about The Goonies 2
  • Zach Galligan wants in on the Gremlins reboot
  • Angelina Jolie will “maybe” play Maleficent again
  • Insurgent adds Daniel Dae Kim and two others
  • Fast & Furious 7 welcomes musician Romeo Santos
  • Vin Diesel and Jordana Brewster get close in a new pic
  • Get your groove on with a new Step Up All In trailer

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From the Eighties, Nineties and up through today, this edition of sequel bits spans the decades. After the jump read about the following:

  • Gremlins‘ star Zach Galligan joins the cast of Hatchet 3.
  • Watch Benedict Cumberbatch gush about his experience on Star Trek 2 and avoid the word “Khan.”
  • Michael Dorn, aka Worf in the Star Trek universe, was asked to be in Star Trek 2.
  • We’ve got a list of films that Scary Movie 5 is likely to parody.
  • Four clips from Prometheus are now online.