Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter: Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted Face the Music
teenage rock fans are now adults and face a new mission: creating a song that can save the universe. Bill and Ted’s newest
movie was meant to be filmed in 2010. But a series of problems led the producers to postpone its release. It will now be screened in cinemas in August 2020.
Anthony Hopkins: Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal
The first film of the saga managed to give all of Hollywood (and the world) goosebumps. The role of Dr. Lecter suited Anthony Hopkins wonderfully, allowing him to consolidate his already successful career. The last part
of the saga, Hannibal, was once again a blockbuster.
Anthony Perkins and Vera Miles: Psycho and Psycho II
The motel owner and the sister of the first victim are reunited in the second
release of this iconic classic of the suspense genre. The first
film was filmed in black and white, but 20 years later, when the sequel was shot, the era of color had already started.
Sylvester Stallone: Rocky V and Rocky Balboa
was meant to be the last chapter in the famous boxer’s saga, since it was not very popular among the fans anymore and reviews were not necessarily very good either. However, in 2006, the last
film truly directed by and starring Sylvester Stallone came out. And it was actually very well received by the public, contrary to what a lot of people expected.
Al Pacino: The Godfather II and The Godfather III
The Godfather II
is hailed to be the best of the 3 films in the film series. In fact, it was nominated for 11 Oscars, of which it won 6. The third
part closes the story of the Corleone family, and it actually includes several parts in the plot that were inspired by true events.
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones: Men in Black II and Men in Black III
part of the trilogy didn’t really please audiences, even though big names in the industry, like Michael Jackson, made brief appearances in it. The third
and final part of the trilogy was a great success, bringing together not only the main characters, but also the original team in its entirety, including the producers, the director, and even the writers.
Courteney Cox: Scream 3 and Scream 4
The Scream saga
was thought of as a trilogy, but 10 years after the last movie, the director wanted to shoot a new one. Courteney Cox was one of the first to confirm that she would take part in the project. Actually, she
and 2 other actors were the only characters in the new one who had also appeared in the previous films.
Harrison Ford: Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope and Star Wars: Episode IX — The Rise of Skywalker
is one of the films that marked a milestone in the history of cinema, both for the use of special effects and for the enormous acceptance of the audience, which even transcended several generations. The ninth
and final episode of the famous saga could not leave out Han Solo, played by the original and unforgettable actor, Harrison Ford.
Michael Douglas: Wall Street and Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps
On both occasions, but under different circumstances, Michael Douglas plays an investment mogul
, a role that fits him like a glove and that helped him win several awards.
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson: Zoolander and Zoolander 2
This crazy satire
of the fashion world was widely acclaimed by the public. So much so that Ben Stiller insisted on doing a second
movie, which included a whole cast of musicians and celebrities that made special appearances playing themselves.
Jeff Goldblum: Jurassic Park and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
How could we forget the first
film that introduced audiences to a Jurassic world that was both wonderful and dark? It even turned dinosaurs into a cool thing, so needless to say, it was a tremendous success. In the last
part, released in 2018, the only actor from the original cast is Jeff Goldblum.