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Part of Chris Nashawaty’s challenge in Caddyshack: The Making of a Hollywood Cinderella Story is justifying the new book’s subtitle. The m..
On the face of it, the 1979 science fiction classic Alien doesn’t seem like a strong prospect for sequels — at least, not interesting ones..
Since clearing the Expanded Universe decks in 2014 and declaring that only movies were canon, the Disney-era Lucasfilm has been busily re-..