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Back To The Future Invades Real Life In Improv Everywhere Stunt
November 5th is an important date for those that celebrate Guy Fawkes Day, but it's also a significant one for Back To The Future fans. It was on this day in 1955 that Marty McFly, with the assistance of Doc Brown and his amazingly modified DeLorean, landed back in time and began an adventure that had him meeting younger versions of his parents and accidentally threatening his own existence.
Great Scott! See What Back To The Future Would Look Like As A Broadway Musical
I like to imagine that if Back to the Future became a Broadway musical, Huey Lewis, The News (if available) and composer Alan Silvestri would collaborate on the music and lyrics, kind of like how Elton John and Tim Rice teamed up for the stage production of The Lion King. Alas, we can probably add Back to the Future to the list of 80s movies unlikely to ever reach the stage in musical form, along with The Terminator and Fatal Attraction.
Back To The Future Stars 30 Years Later: How Good Was The Old-Age Makeup?
It's weird to have grown up obsessing over Back to the Future and having to share my fascination with friends who couldn't have cared less about it-- I remember sending a postcard to my friend Andrea from Universal Studios' Back to the Future ride and thinking it was the greatest thing ever, while she never mentioned it. But today, thanks to the Internet and a generation of kids like me raised on VHS tapes, my Back to the Future obsession is reflected back at me everywhere I look
See Back To The Future In Theaters Again Next Week
When Back to the Future returned to theaters in October 24, ahead of the trilogy's release on Blu-ray, I gathered up as many of my friends as possible and giddily headed to the theater, seeing my favorite movie of all time for the first time on the big screen. The crowd cheered when composer Alan Silvestri's name came up in the credits! The shouted "Nobody calls me chicken!" right alongside Marty!
Back To The Future's Actual Delorean Is Restored And On Display
The car will be part of a display that is featured at the NBC Universal Experience at Universal Studios Hollywood in Southern California. It’s a great opportunity to interact with a piece of movie-making history. Can you see yourself planning a vacation around a visit to a Delorean? Bring a Sports Almanac with you, just in case the car works.
Own Griff Tannen's Actual Back To The Future Part II Hoverboard
Slowly but surely, the “future” of Robert Zemeckis’ Back to the Future trilogy is becoming the present – which just makes me feel old. For example, we once dreamed of a day when lazy pop-culture aficionados would be able to cruise along on the floating hoverboards Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) used to escape future Griff and his thuggish crew in Back to the Future II. Now we can own them.
Porn Featured In Back To The Future Is Real And Shares One Of The Same Actors
As neither a Star Wars nor a Star Trek geek, and someone who's had a hard time getting on board with Game of Thrones or Breaking Bad, I don't get to join in on a lot of online geek communities. But I'll always have Back to the Future, which despite being a trilogy that concluded more than 20 years ago
Back To The Future Fans Get Best Engagement Photos Ever
My only regret in bringing you these photos is that I can't rip these off for myself when I get married. As a devoted Back to the Future fan who still fantasizes about owning a Delorean, I'm immensely jealous of Atlantans Abbie and Eric, who managed to work their love of film into their engagement photos in the most brilliant way possible
Watch Back To The Future Vs. Cloud Atlas Trailer Mashup
With its globe trotting and time jumping plotlines that speak of reincarnation, love and the fight against tyranny, perhaps Cloud Atlas would have been better served as trilogy. (Hey, it's working for The Hobbit.) At least, that's what a clever trailer from Justin Fields suggests.
Back To The Future 2's Newspaper Headlines Revealed As Nonsense
New York Magazine has picked up on something in the Back to the Future series that I never caught-- particularly since it's about the reoccurring newspaper headlines, and after three years of editing my college newspaper I have a special affinity for picking headline sizes. Did you ever noticed how the HIll Valley Telegraph can pick some truly bizarre topics for its giant banner headlines?
Back To The Future Scene Gets A Dubstep Remake Featuring Skrillex
So much of Back to the Future, from its supped up Delorean blazing a path to the past to Christopher Lloyd's wild doc styles and Marty's puffy red vest has become iconic. But in a comedy bit that's fittingly imagining a different past, we get to see what might have happened if Marty McFly came from today…and was really into dubstep.
How Did Back To The Future's Marty And Doc Brown Meet?
It's not always necessary to question how some great on-screen teams first came together. With movies like The Goonies or Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, a combination of shared interests and school and/or the proximity of their homes is likely to explain the start of their friendship. The real story is in the adventure. Knowing how they met seems far less important as appreciating that their friendship led to something really great happening.
Back To The Future's Tom Wilson Answers Questions With A List And A Song
Like others who were around and watching movies in the 80s, I associate Tom Wilson best with his role as the multi-generational bully Biff, Griff and Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen in the Back to the Future franchise. Though, my appreciation for his talent as an actor grew substantially when he played Coach Ben Fredricks in Freaks and Geeks.
Rejected Pitch Videos Suggest Changes For Back To The Future And The Shining
On paper, even some classic movie premises have the potential to sound a bit strange. The series of video reenactments titled “Rejected Pitches” on the teenwheelstv YouTube channel have fun with that concept, while also poking fun at Hollywood execs and their helpful notes for directors. Among the recently released Rejected Pitch videos, we see what “corrections” might have been made to The Shining and Back to the Future.
Mattel Finally Making Real Hoverboards In Time For Christmas 2012
Yes, obviously, Back to the Future Part 2 was a work of fiction and speculation by some Hollywood screenwriters, but when you're a kid you don't know that; I dreamed of a Hoverboard for years, right along with the rehydrated pizzas and self-lacing sneakers, and even with 2015 just three years away, I still can't quite give up on the idea that we might get there in time
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