“Fantasy Island” is the newest genre film from horror production company Blumhouse. The film, loosely based on the original TV series from the 1970s, follows several guests who arrive at a vacation getaway where their greatest fantasies are said to come true.
It’s that time of year again for heart-shaped boxes, bouquets of roses and chocolate-covered strawberries. It’s the day when some lucky couples go out for romantic candlelit dinner dates or exchange cute gifts and enjoy each other’s company.
The Daily Texan spoke with Claudia Wells on the legacy of the blockbuster movie “Back to the Future.” Wells is most commonly known for her role as Marty McFly’s girlfriend, Jennifer Parker, in the trilogy’s first film.
For the past 20 years Angharad Valdivia, a Latino/Latina Studies professor, has conducted research on Disney films, shows and characters and analyzed how Latinidad is represented by the company on screen and in the entertainment industry.