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Upcoming Movies, part IV

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25 janv. 1993, 10:59:0025/01/1993

SF-themed movies scheduled (but not guaranteed) to be released Fall/Christmas
of 1993.

The Addams Family 2
Anjelica Huston, Raul Julia, Christopher Lloyd and directory Barry
Sonnefield return.

Cyborg II: Glass Shadow
This sequel to the 1989 van Damme film stars Jack Palance, Elias Koteas
and Billy Drago. Michael Schroeder directs.

Demolition Man
Maverick cop Sylvester Stallone and villain Wesley Snipes are cryogenically
frozen and packed away for their respective crimes. Years later, Snipes is
thawed out and goes on a murderous rampage. Stallone is then revived, for
he's the only guy who can stop Snipes. Marco Brambilla directs.

When a terrorist group seizes a nuclear power plant and initiates a meltdown,
ex-commando Dolph Lundgren is the only one who can save millions. Yves
Simoneau directs a screenplay co-written by John Carpenter.

The Nightmare Before Christmas
Tim Burton returns to animation in this twisted story of a Halloween Town
ghoul who inadvertantly ends up in Christmas Town. After kidnapping Santa
Claus, our anti-hero is off on his skeleton-reindeered sleigh to distribute
spiders, bats and busted toys to all the little ones.

The Nutcracker
[Yes, there are fantasy elements in this!]
Macaulay Culkin plays the Nutcracker prince in a production by the New York
City Ballet [I wonder if M.C. can dance?]. Dirty Dancing's Emile Ardolino
directs. Peter Martins creates the staging.

Philadelphia Experiment 2: Flight of the Phoenix
When Nazi Germany wins World War II by virtue of a time-space glitch, the
world is thrown into a hellish state. Brad Johnson and Courtney Cox co-star.
Directed by Stephen Cornwell.

Return of the Living Dead III
When his girlfriend is killed in a motorcycle accident, Curt decides to
bring her back to life. J Trevor Edmund stars.

Wayne's World II
[OK, so there's no SF in it. At least I didn't include the Beverly
Hillbillies movie in this list!]
Producer Lorne Michaels directs Mike Myers and Dana Carvey.

We're Back
The children's book depicting dinosaurs in modern-day New York City comes to
animated life. Voices by Walter Cronkite, John Goodman, John Malkovich,
Julia Child [!] and Jay Leno. Produced by Steven Spielberg.

The tale of a man's slow transformation into a wolf after being bitten by
one. Jack Nicholson metamorphoses while Michelle Pfeiffer cares for him.
Mike Nichols directs.

Rick Kitchen

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