Professor Predicts Human Time Travel This Century

by clarencecarter
April 5, 2006 9:19 AM
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How does this relate to our humble little film blog, you ask?

Well, the article holds the seeds of hope that we might be able to go back one day and prevent this dire occurrence from happening:

I suppose we could also try and fix this Caveh Zahedi thing which I'm already tired of reading about. Though I guess people talking about release patterns is a hair more interesting than people talking about grosses.

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  • Confused | April 10, 2006 3:03 AMReply

    What disturbs me most about this guy is that he has the gall to look like Eric Stolz without hair.

  • JP | April 7, 2006 7:27 AMReply

    Um, wasn't everyone saying that this movie was basically made for TV anyway? Maybe over the course of eight months we'll get to see ACTUAL CHARACTERS instead of stereotypes.

  • clarencecarter | April 7, 2006 1:15 AMReply

    Goodbye cruel, cruel world...

  • Keith Uhlich | April 6, 2006 9:42 AMReply

    Better crank up the flux capacitor quick. From imdb:

    'Crash' Coming to the Small Screen

    Oscar-winning racial drama Crash is being adapted for the small screen and will appear on televisions across the U.S. next year. The movie version starring Sandra Bullock, Terrence Howard, Matt Dillon and Don Cheadle, won Best Picture at the Academy Awards in March. The film's producer Cathy Schulman says, "I hope it will air in the next year. "The actors from the film will show up. Don Cheadle is a producer and will also be on at least a few episodes. "We'll see about everyone else."