Among its many bold predictions as to what life would look like in the year 2015—hoverboards, self-tying Nikes, the Cubs winning the World Series (hilarious, right?!)—there's a scene in 1989’s Back to the Future II in which Marty McFly encounters a theater marquee promoting “Jaws 19” during his journey to the then mysterious world of 2015. In honor of the occasion, this trailer for the action shark series has been released, hopefully bringing us one step closer to hoverboards. Discuss

If there are too things that inspire unmatched geeky fan devotion, it’s the Star Wars franchise and classic Disney movies. That's why the YouTubers at Pistol Shrimps decided to mash-up the worlds into a single trailer. After all, now that Walt Disney owns the rights to Star Wars, anything could happen, right? Discuss

Prepared for a lot more Ghostbusters in your future. In addition to the Paul Feig-directed reboot—which features an all-female Ghostbusters team and just wrapped shooting—Sony is now in talks to develop an animated feature. This is in addition to another possible live-action sequel, starring Channing Tatum. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Internal discussions are underway at Sony Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation to spawn a feature based on the quirky paranormal-fighting parapsychologists that originated with the 1984 movie.” Though Feig’s new movie, starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon hits theaters in July, no release date has been scheduled yet for the cartoon version. Discuss

Peter Jackson’s epic Lord of the Rings trilogy could have been approximately 1,000X more epic. In an interview with Newsweek, our generation’s finest actor and greatest movie star, Nicolas Cage, revealed that he was offered the role of Aragorn (which ended up going to Viggo Mortensen) in the franchise. Though he said he doesn’t live with regret (“regret is a waste of time”) he did say, “There certainly were movies that I probably would have benefited from if circumstances in my life allowed me to make them.” Cage said he was offered the role of Aragon, but, “There were different things going on in my life at the time that precluded me from being able to travel and be away from home for three years.” Middle Earth was just never the same. Discuss

Jessica Chastain is calling out Hollywood executives for their treatment of women in movies—particularly superhero franchises. In an interview with RadioTimes, she pointed to several examples of how certain types of action films frequently require women to wear suggestive costumes: "If you look at films like Elektra and Aeonflux, the problem that studios have is that they try to make kicka** women very sexualized. They have to be in some catsuit.” Chastain says that backfires because studios “thought audiences weren't interested in seeing a woman in an action role who's a capable, intelligent woman and isn't only leaning on her sex." She explained, “But if you look at the most incredible female roles, like Ripley in Alien, she is a very sexy woman but she's not wearing a lot of make-up. She's in a T-shirt and jeans. What's sexy about her is how capable she is. Same with Jennifer Lawrence in Hunger Games —she's not wearing a catsuit, either.” Chastain stars in the new sci-fi epic The Martian, which opens this weekend. Discuss

Who you gonna call? Sigourney Weaver, apparently. Today Paul Feig confirmed that the Ghostbusters actress will make an appearance in the all-female reboot.

“Gang, trying to keep surprises but this is about to leak, so I'll tell you myself,” the director tweeted. “The awesome Sigourney Weaver is going to be in our movie!”

Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd and Ernie Hudson are also confirmed for film cameos. No word yet on Slimer’s involvement, but we remain hopeful. The film hits theaters in 2016. Discuss