About Spencer Bollettieri
About Spencer Bollettieri: As a biologist, journalist, and writer, Spencer Bollettieri has written for publications such as Theme Park Magazine. Although mostly based out of New York, he’s traveled the world in pursuit of new stories.
Small Soldiers: War for the Nekron surprised audiences with an unexpected reboot of the movie, and it’s exactly what the series needs to revive it.
Home to King Kong and some of the most bizarre creatures in modern mythology, Skull Island’s exotic ecosystem has a basis in real-world biology.
It's time for a new star to shine and take the stage within the Wizarding World, joining the beloved protagonists of the Harry Potter series.
Dr. Seuss’ works face the critiques Disney has had with adapting its classic tales, but from an author who taught so much, there’s a lesson to learn.
As part of a paranormal-themed promotion, Ghostbusters created an icon that perfectly represented the '80s and outgrew the series that invented it.
Before Freddy Fazbear and his friends crept onto the big screen for Blumhouse’s Five Nights at Freddy’s, Chuck E. Cheese had his own baffling movie.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny isn’t the first time the series ended, raising the question of what happened to Jones' happily-ever-after.
The Men in Black movies explore the world of the paranormal but raise the question if there's more to the legends that inspired the series.
Jurassic Park III’s forgotten spinoff attempted to explore the world of dinosaurs while addressing some of the series’ biggest criticisms.
King Kong has been told many times throughout various media, but in the '90s, there was an attempt to reimagine the story as a Disney-infused musical.
Known for his iconic roles, Nicolas Cage would’ve redefined Clark Kent in Tim Burton’s Superman Lives with some seemingly baffling creative liberties.
Harry Potter found unimaginable success under Warner Bros., raising the question of what if Disney were victorious in its Wizarding World pursuits.
A Beetlejuice sequel is finally manifesting. However, Beetlejuice 2 comes with a troubled past in development hell that continues to loom over it.
Mr. DNA delivers a prequel series, but it says more about the shortcomings of the film’s 30th anniversary than the early days of Jurassic Park.
Five Nights at Freddy’s surprisingly shares common elements with Stephen King’s works, which could mean success for Blumhouse’s upcoming horror movie.
The true story of Jurassic Park’s T-Rex is one of movie magic, sensationalist paleontology and a star over 65 million years old.