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Robert Zemeckis’ Back To The Future is one of the most important films of the last 30 years. Its unique and inventive premise, whimsical tone, and relentless pace still resonates with audiences to this day – even if the viewer has watched the film dozens of times before.
Crispin Glover has a rough history with Back to the Future. While he will live forever in the memory of a certain generation simply for playing the role of George McFly, his ongoing issues with making the movie is a story that lives in infamy.
In a world where the Jurassic Park franchise churned out another installment, Arnold Schwarzenegger is playing the Terminator again, and the Star Wars saga is coming back with both the old and a new cast, might there be hope for more Back to the Future?
Comic-Con is in full effect in San Diego today, and among the many fans who showed up to celebrate their love of all things comics and pop culture, were those who wore their fandom on the outside. That includes a bit of Star Wars appreciation, some Disney love, and — Great Scott! — a couple of excellent nods to Back to the Future.
You may be a pretty big Back to the Future fan, but unless you've gone to the very drastic extremes, I think one city in Kansas has got you beat in that department.
As the Back to the Future franchise celebrates its 30th anniversary, some interesting food for thought has surfaced about its sequel. It seems that the already-packed Back to the Future Part II was supposed to have taken the time-bending action to the old west.
There is little doubt that Back to the Future has been sized up for the reboot treatment. However, when it comes to a potential remake, director, Robert Zemeckis is essentially telling Hollywood, “Get your damn hands off her!”
Before Michael J. Fox was brought on board Back to the Future, Eric Stoltz played Marty McFly for several weeks. Unfortunately, while shooting the film’s cafeteria scene, bad blood formed between Stoltz and costar Tom Wilson.
Prepare to see the ultimate classic car restoration, as the DeLorean gets the star treatment in "Out Of Time: Saving The DeLorean Time Machine."
2015 is the year of Back to the Future 2. It seems like this year will bring us one of the coolest bits of "futuristic" tech from the film!
As part of the lead up, Empire conducted an oral history of BTTF, and crammed in several unknown nuggets of time-travel trivia. So put an egg in your shoe and leave. Then come back and check out this list in incredible Back to the Future facts!
A company called Hendo has brought our Marty McFly-inspired dreams to sweet reality, and has invented an actual hoverboard that you can buy. It'll cost you, but you can finally own your own hoverboard.
Bad news Back To The Future fans, co-writer Bob Gale has confirmed that there won’t ever be a fourth instalment to the franchise. But he has a very good reason for not adding to Marty and Doc’s adventures, and it’s one that every other franchise should probably adhere to.
It's a fact that we're uncomfortable admitting, but next summer will mark the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future. (Oh how time flies!) As beloved and iconic as this '80s classic is, you can bet that its makers have an eye out for ways to toast the film's long-running popularity. And screenwriter Bob Gale is dropping some details.
The opening shot of Back To The Future really tells you absolutely everything you need to know about Doc Brown. The incredible number of clocks reflect both his kookiness and fascination with time; his automatic dog food opener shows us both the love for his dog, Einstein, and his love for inventing; and both the malfunctioning toaster and missing coffee pot immediately tell us that he's kind of a disorganized dude.
Fire up the DeLorean, because we’re about to go back in time with Secret Cinema’s just announced LA screening of Back to the Future! The company has revealed plans to bring the popular event to Los Angeles just in time for the film’s 30th anniversary next year.
Seth MacFarlane loves his references. You could spend days if not months watching all of his television series and Ted counting the number of references he makes to other movies and shows. We expect that the tally will grow even bigger with the upcoming release of A Million Ways To Die In The West.
With 2015--the setting of McFly's Part II adventure--right around the corner, Nike is promising to up their game with MAGs that actually have power-lacing!
Looking to skip the lines at the movie theater and celebrate Valentine's Day with a good movie at home instead? No one says you have to watch some tired romcom or a dramatic Nicholas Sparks movie just to stay on theme. Over the years, cinema has given us some truly wonderful love stories, packaged in great movies that might not traditionally be billed as a romances.
For those of you who have always dreamed of visiting a prestigious theater in London and listening to a song about flux capacitors, I have the most amazing news. Bob Gale, the screenwriter behind the Back To The Future trilogy, has announced that starting in 2015 there will be a musical based on the beloved 1985 time travel comedy in housed in London's West End