Back to the future part ii reparto

Back to the future part ii reparto

Back to the future 4

How much time really passes in ‘Back to the Future’? Marty McFly travels to the past, travels to the future, returns to the present, obviously, but how much time really passes in Hill Valley during all his temporal adventures? How much time is Marty McFly away in the present? In Hill Valley, two days. In the timelines as a whole, 18 days. We’ve done the math. Let’s start with the present: when is the present? Let’s see, Marty arrives at Doc’s lab on October 25, 1985. It’s 8:18 am. By the time he flees from the Libyans in the parking lot in the DeLorean headed for 1955, it’s 1:35 am on October 26, 1985. He has been on the road for 17 hours and 17 minutes. After traveling back in time and returning, clock tower permitting, he returns to October 26, 1985, at 1:24 am. He has been out for 8 days, but only 17 hours have passed in the present. We continue.

Hot tub time machine

This time the plot is connected between 1985 and 2015. This film and the third part of the trilogy were filmed simultaneously. The film was an absolute box office success just like the first one, becoming the second highest grossing film of 1989.
Now with their family’s disaster successfully averted, Marty and Doc prepare to return to 1985 and go looking for Jennifer, but at that moment, she is discovered by the police and taken to her home in the future. Doc, knows that there she could find herself there which would cause a fainting spell or even a possible paradox, which they must avoid at all costs.
Gale wrote most of the first draft himself, as Zemeckis was busy making Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Originally, the film was to take place in 1967, but Zemeckis later stated that the time paradox was a good opportunity to go back to 1955 and look at the events of the first one from another perspective. While most of the original cast agreed to return,

Back to the future part ii cast

This time the plot is connected between 1985 and 2015. This film and the third part of the trilogy were filmed simultaneously. The film was an absolute box office success just like the first one, becoming the second highest grossing film of 1989.
Now with their family’s disaster successfully averted, Marty and Doc prepare to return to 1985 and go looking for Jennifer, but at that moment, she is discovered by the police and taken to her home in the future. Doc, knows that there she could find herself there which would cause a fainting spell or even a possible paradox, which they must avoid at all costs.
Gale wrote most of the first draft himself, as Zemeckis was busy making Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Originally, the film was to take place in 1967, but Zemeckis later stated that the time paradox was a good opportunity to go back to 1955 and look at the events of the first one from another perspective. While most of the original cast agreed to return,

Las brujas

Regreso al Futuro Parte II es una película estadounidense de ciencia ficción de 1989 dirigida por Robert Zemeckis y escrita por Bob Gale. Es la secuela de la película de 1985 Regreso al futuro y la segunda entrega de la franquicia Regreso al futuro. La película está protagonizada por Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson y Thomas F. Wilson. La película sigue a Marty McFly (Fox) y a su amigo el Dr. Emmett “Doc” Brown (Lloyd) mientras viajan de 1985 a 2015 para evitar que el hijo de Marty sabotee el futuro de la familia McFly; cuando su archienemigo Biff Tannen (Wilson) roba la máquina del tiempo DeLorean de Doc y la utiliza para alterar la historia en su beneficio, el dúo debe volver a 1955 para restaurar la línea temporal.
La película se produjo con un presupuesto de 40 millones de dólares y se rodó a continuación de su secuela, la Parte III. El rodaje comenzó en febrero de 1989, tras dos años de construcción de los decorados y de redacción de los guiones. Dos actores de la primera película, Crispin Glover y Claudia Wells, no regresaron; el personaje de Wells, Jennifer Parker, fue reasignado a Elisabeth Shue, mientras que el personaje de Glover, George McFly, no sólo fue minimizado en la trama, sino que también fue oscurecido y retratado por Jeffrey Weissman con un fuerte maquillaje. Glover demandó con éxito a Zemeckis y Gale, lo que cambió la forma en que los productores pueden tratar la salida y la sustitución de los actores en un papel. Regreso al Futuro Parte II fue también un proyecto innovador para el estudio de efectos visuales Industrial Light & Magic (ILM): Además de la composición digital, ILM utilizó el sistema de cámara de control de movimiento VistaGlide, que permitía a un actor representar a varios personajes simultáneamente en la pantalla sin sacrificar el movimiento de la cámara.

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