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Back To The Future made some serious bank last night. The exact amount is to be revealed after the jump, as no outsider should know too much about their own past!
In case you didnít notice, yesterday was Back to the Future Day. Among all the festivities ó both online and in the real world ó cast members Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reprised their famous roles just for Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Apparently, Donald Trump inspired a character in the Back To The Future franchise. You know exactly who it is, so validate your favorite fan theory by clicking through to the evidence.
Is it mean of the folks at Screen Junkies to release an Honest Trailer for the Back to the Future trilogy on this unique fan anniversary? Thatís like telling a kid on his birthday that heís failed so miserably, he has to repeat a grade.
Through the Back to the Future series, weíve learned that messing with the space time continuum is bad news, but also that our collective futures arenít written, and we have an exclusive new video message from Doc Brown himself reminding us of that fact.
Actress Lea Thompson is probably most known for her work as Marty McFly's mom in Back to the Future. Now, she reveals the reason another actor had a more concrete impact on the filming than anyone had considered before.
Did you have the same issues with BTTFís ending? Did you even think about this? Or do you think Crispin Glover is making a mountain out of a mole hill? Weigh in below!
This is all nonsense, right? Thereís absolutely no way that the Back to the Future movies could contain any references to terrorist attacks that wouldnít take place for another 11 years. Itís physically impossible, on every level. And yet...
Are we getting a Back To The Future 4? Christopher Lloyd would love to do one, but only if the script was just right.
All three Back to the Future films will return to theaters on October 21, giving fans a chance to see the beloved trilogy on the big screen. In the meantime, more videos of Fox and Lloyd catching up. They are a welcome sight, and a breath of fresh air.
Back To The Future wouldn't even hit cinemas if Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale wrote it today, insists Robert Zemeckis himself, who sounds a little downtrodden about the current state of mainstream cinema.
While The Walk might have fallen flat at the box office, let's still remember that Robert Zemeckis is a majestic filmmaker. In fact, let's do that right now by looking at his 10 best films.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Robert Zemeckisí classic time-travel adventure, Universal Pictures has released a trailer for Jaws 19.
What happened to Doc Brown at the end of Back to the Future 3? Last we saw, he was riding off into an unknown time in his train-turned-aircraft. Well, the Doc is back, as shown in a new teaser for the Back to the Future short film, titled Doc Brown Saves the World.
Just when you thought you'd never get to see new footage of Eric Stolz as Marty McFly, a YouTube channel has stumbled upon one scene that's still been in the film all this time. Click forward, and get ready to slap your forehead!
Robert Zemeckisí 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 Ė 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 ó Great Scott! ó a couple of excellent nods to Back to the Future.