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‘Back to the Future’ fans, now you can be en vogue with inside-out pants

27 May 2015 7:50 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Hoverboards. Self-lacing shoes. Hologram movie theaters. These are the bright things of the future that were promised to us in “Back to the Future Part II” when Marty and Doc Brown traveled to October 21, 2015. We’re still waiting on all three of those, but there’s one 2015 trend that just might become reality: Wearing your pants inside-out. In “Back to the Future Part II,” Doc tells Marty, “All kids in the future wear their pants inside-out.” So Marty pulls out his jeans pockets to make his pants appear stylish, and, indeed, when he encounters his 17-year-old son, Marty McFly Jr., the kid is wearing his jeans inside-out. Now Irishman Ross O’Mullane has created Outties so you can rock the style of all the cool 2015 kids just in time for Back to the Future Day this October. A Kickstarter campaign for Outties launched today. You may be wondering, “Why buy »

- Emily Rome

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'Back to the Future Part II' in Real Life: A New Hoverboard World Record and Inside-Out Jeans

26 May 2015 7:30 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

We're almost midway through 2015, and we still don't have (commercial) flying cars or dehydrated pizza. But fans of Back to the Future Part II shouldn't be too disappointed with the way this year has turned out. Just check out the following updates on two aspects of that movie's version of 2015 that actually exist: New World Record for Hoverboard Did you know Guinness monitors the world record for farthest flight by a hoverboard? It's true, and the new holder of that record is a man named Catalin Alexandru Duru. His homemade propeller-based hoverboard went a distance of 275.9 meters (905 feet, 2 inches) in Quebec last august. Over water. That means Duru is no bojo and gave his board plenty of power. It also hovered five meters above the surface...

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- Christopher Campbell

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20 year ago today, 'Casper' changed everything. No, seriously.

26 May 2015 3:15 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

What if I told you "Casper" was an important film in movie history? Twenty years ago today, Universal released "Casper," and it did okay. It was not a critical hit, and it was not a box-office sensation. But in its way, "Casper" was revolutionary, and at the time, I was absolutely fascinated by the movie and, more specifically, by the Ilm work in the film. In late 1994 and early 1995, I was dating/living with/engaged to a young woman who was working in marketing at Universal. She was about as low on the totem pole as she could be, but excited about what she was doing and excited about the various films she got to work on. Because she had to basically immerse herself in each of the films she was working on, that meant I had that same opportunity. I remember reading three scripts in particular during her time there that got me curious. »

- Drew McWeeny

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Check Out Mondo's 'Back to the Future Part II' Print by Matt Taylor

2 April 2015 9:18 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

The celebration of Back to the Future Part II continues as 2015, the year which Marty and Doc travel to the future, continues, and this time it's collectible arthouse Mondo checking in with an awesome new print from Matt Taylor. This print features the DeLorean time machine as it descends from the sky to arrive in the Hill Valley of the future, where flying cars are the norm. Taylor has taken the "Welcome to Hill Valley" sign from the film and replaced it with the title of the movie itself. And through the clouds, you can see the famous town square where the clock tower still stands, and plenty of Back to the Future action takes place. Here's the regular (top) and glow in the dark variant (bottom) of Mondo's Back to the Future Part II: The prints just went on sale today, and you might still be able to »

- Ethan Anderton

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Matt Taylor’s ‘Back to the Future 2′ Posters From Mondo

1 April 2015 10:16 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Mondo has already released two Back to the Future poster series, partnering with Phantom City Creative and Laurent Durieux. Now Matt Taylor has taken a shot at the beloved franchise, adding a Back to the Future Part II poster. It goes on sale Thursday April 2. Here’s the regular and variant editions.

These are each 20 x 36 inch screenprints, in editions of 325 and 175 respectively. The regular costs $50 and variant $75. They’ll both go on sale at a random time on April 2 via @MondoNews. (via Slash FIlm)

The post Matt Taylor’s ‘Back to the Future 2′ Posters From Mondo appeared first on Sound On Sight.


- Kyle Reese

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Cool Stuff: Matt Taylor’s ‘Back to the Future 2′ Posters From Mondo

1 April 2015 3:00 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Mondo has already done two awesome Back to the Future poster trilogies and now it seems they’re on their way to a trilogy of them. There was Phantom City Creative, Laurent Durieux and now Matt Taylor is adding a Back to the Future Part II poster onto his beautiful poster for part 1. It goes on […]

The post Cool Stuff: Matt Taylor’s ‘Back to the Future 2′ Posters From Mondo appeared first on /Film. »

- Germain Lussier

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Mondo Unveils Matt Taylor’s Back To The Future Part II Poster

1 April 2015 12:44 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

As with many properties from the 80s, the Back to the Future franchise is an IP that has thus far failed to dwindle in popularity. In fact, it may even be more popular today than it was around the time the initial trilogy was released. You’d be hard pressed to go to any convention—or even shopping mall—without seeing something emblazoned with the DeLorean or some sort of Back to the Future reference. Seeing as how Back to the Future is insanely popular, it was only a matter of time before the good folks at Mondo commissioned a poster for the franchise. They've released a few different pieces of Back to the Future art from artists like Laurent Durieux and Phantom City Creative, and now they’re ready to unveil yet another piece—though this one’s for the exceedingly entertaining sequel. Matt Taylor’s Back to the Future Part II »

- Adam Chitwood

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Check Out Gallery 1988's Wonderful Pop Culture Postcards Artwork

19 March 2015 8:27 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

There are undoubtedly some places from motion pictures that we wish really existed. Whether it's The Grid from Tron or Hill Valley in the year 2015 from Back to the Future Part II or Walley World from National Lampoon's Vacation. Unfortunately, it's just not possible unless you happen to have been able to be on the set of those films. But even then, it's not real. However, a new art show from Gallery 1988 pretends that these locations are real in Postcard Correspondence, which features postcards from various fictional places (some real) from film and television. I would love to get these in the mail. Look! Here's just some of the postcards that will be at Gallery 1988's show (see more at SlashFilm): Postcard Correspondence begins on March 20th at Gallery 1988 West in Los Angeles, CA from 7pm-10pm and will run through April 4th. You can find more information at »

- Ethan Anderton

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6 Iconic Movie Objects That Almost Ended Up Completely Different

12 March 2015 8:45 AM, PDT | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Lots of time travel movies have that scene where, in an alternate timeline, things are almost exactly the same, but one thing is glaringly different and weird. Someone else became president in 1988. A different guy than Henry Ford invented the automobile. The TV show Sliders was basically this on a weekly basis. And maybe in an alternate timeline, the new Terminator movie actually makes complete sense. Think of the following in those terms. Maybe the writer or director decided they liked their original idea better. Maybe one prop guy was late one day, so an object that’s huge in the movie’s universe was changed to something else at the last minute. In an alternate timeline, we might have seen these famous movies like this…   6. The DeLorean in Back to the Future was almost a refrigerator powered by Coke Hey guys, did you know that the future part in Back to the Future Part II was »

- Ashe Cantrell

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Back To The Future: trailer for 30th anniversary documentary

12 March 2015 12:58 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Celebrate Back To The Future's birthday with Back In Time. Details and a trailer here...

You more than likely don't need us to tell you that the original Back To The Future film is celebrating a very special birthday this year. It hits 30 this October, and 2015 is also, of course, the year that Marty McFly jumps forward to in Back To The Future Part II. You knew that too, right?

To help mark the event, the latest part of the celebration will be a fan documentary by the name of Back In Time. So far, so impressive too. It's got the involvement of Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, and the film boasts over 50 interviews. Jason Aron is the man behind the documentary...

Back In Time is set for release on October 21st 2015, and a Kickstarter campaign has launched to get the movie finished. »

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New Trailer For Back To The Future Documentary

11 March 2015 5:41 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

We've now reached the year in which the future portions of Back To The Future Part II take place, and it's also the thirtieth anniversary of the original film. To mark both those auspicious landmarks, production of an exhaustive documentary has been underway for a while. As it approaches its home stretch, here's a new trailer for Back In Time to give us a taste of what's been happening.Jason Aron is the director, with Lee Leshen the producer. The pair have assembled an impressive cast of talking heads from the trilogy, including Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Claudia Wells, director Robert Zemeckis, producer Bob Gale, composer Alan Silvestri, and enthusiasts such as Community's Dan Harmon. Sadly there's no sign of Crispin Glover, but that was probably to be expected...Along with the making-of stories, the film also examines the fan culture that's built up around the »

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'Back in Time' Trailer: A 'Back to the Future' Documentary

10 March 2015 5:14 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

The definitive Back to The Future documentary finally has a release date and a trailer! Back in Time will arrive for fans in October 2015, the exact time Marty McFly traveled to in Back to the Future Part II. Directed by Jason Aron, the film not only delves into the making of this classic sci-fi trilogy, but it also catches up with the stars, crew and a lot of the famous fans the films helped to inspire.

Back in Time delves deep into what these three movies have meant to our culture. It's not a simple "making of" documentary, but rather one which explores the incredible, lasting resonance of the trilogy through the eyes of such important contributors as stars Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson. We also get to hear from co-creator Bob Gale and composer Alan Silvestri. Superfans that contributed to the documentary include Community creator Dan Harmon »

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Cool Stuff: 30th Anniversary ‘Back to the Future’ Art Show

4 March 2015 4:00 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

We’re currently in the third month of 2015. That puts us three months after all those bad Back to the Future Part II jokes and seven months away from the actual date Marty and Doc arrive in the futuristic year. It’s also only four months from the actual 30-year anniversary of the release of the original Back to […]

The post Cool Stuff: 30th Anniversary ‘Back to the Future’ Art Show appeared first on /Film. »

- Germain Lussier

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Back to the Future Monopoly announced

4 March 2015 8:52 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

A special Back to the Future edition of Monopoly is to be released this summer.

The board game set in Hill Valley has been created to mark the 30th anniversary of the film series - and the year Marty McFly travelled to the future with Doc Brown.

6 tech predictions Back to the Future Part II actually got right

We may not have self-tying Nike trainers or flying cars in 2015, but the board game will give us the chance to explore the world of Hill Valley as predicted by director Robert Zemeckis.

It was hoped the board game would have been released in 2014 ready for the 30th anniversary year, but delays put it back

The game will be released in Us stores in May priced at $39.99, while a UK release date and price have yet to be confirmed.

A Game of Thrones edition of Monopoly was announced last month, with Assassin's Creed, »

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'Back to the Future' Monopoly, Yahtzee & More Coming This Year

27 February 2015 8:42 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Since it's not only the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future, but also the actual year in which Marty McFly and Doc Brown traveled to the future in Back to the Future Part II, we're in store for a lot of celebrating in honor of the time travel franchise. We've already featured a cool time machine iPhone case, an awesome trilogy of fantastic  prints, and there's supposed to be some kind of huge anniversary screening this year too in Los Angeles. But just like Ghostbusters had last year, it appears there's much more merchandising in store as well. At the Toy Fair earlier this month, some new products were unveiled, including Back to the Future versions of popular games like Monopoly and Yahtzee, and more. Look! Here's a sneak peek at the Back to the Future versions of Monopoly and Yahtzee (via Blastr): Some Vinyl Idolz figures coming »

- Ethan Anderton

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Marvel At New Fantastic 4 Stills

26 February 2015 4:26 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


In anticipation for Josh Trank’s clean slate of the Fantastic Four (and the nay-sayers that are keen to stain it), four brand new stills from the film have popped up over at Empire, which will be appearing in their next issue. Unfortunately, the images are following the same guidelines as the teaser trailer from last month, giving away naff all other than that Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell will most certainly be appearing in it. Oh, and a bike. Did not know there was going to be a bike in the film. See, there’s news for you.

Pulling its story from the pages of Marvel’s Ultimate take on the Fantastic Four, Trank’s film will tread over a different origin of how Reed Richards and co. were bestowed their nifty gifts that are used to full effect to stop a deadly foe. »

- Nicholas Staniforth

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Box Office Democracy: Hot Tub Time Machine 2

24 February 2015 11:15 AM, PST | | See recent Comicmix news »

There’s a certain amount of bravery in making a movie like Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Not, you know, actual bravery because making a sequel is usually an admission that the studio would rather take the money than make a clever new film but comedy sequels are almost always terrible. In a sequel you’re selling the promise of the same thing but good comedy comes from being able to surprise your audience. While there are comedy sequels that succeeded in being funny enough (Addams Family Values, 22 Jump Street, and Back to the Future Part II jump out at me) none of them ever rise to the level of their original and are usually, at best, tolerated. Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is, at least, a tolerable movie but if it were five years from now and both were on Netflix I can’t imagine a scenario where I chose it over the original film. »

- Arthur Tebbel

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Second Opinion – Project Almanac (2015)

21 February 2015 9:31 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Project Almanac, 2015

Directed by Dean Israelite

Starring  Jonny Weston, Sofia Black-d’Elia, Sam LernerAllen Evangelista, Virginia Gardner and Amy Landecker


A found-footage teen-flick, whereby our college-applying scientists find a clock-rewinding contraption in the basement…

Creating a time travel movie that doesn’t have any leaky gaps in its plot is a very tricky thing to pull off. Similarly creating a found-footage movie that doesn’t feel contrived or forced is also very difficult to get right. Combine the two together and Dean Israelite really had a hard task on his hands to make this found footage time travel movie make sense while never feeling too gimmicky. And to his credit, he mostly succeeds. But some sloppy writing choices and half baked ideas really hold back Project Almanac from what could have been a great sci-fi movie.

Firstly, you need to have your time travel rules written down so »

- Luke Owen

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This Back to the Future flying DeLorean iPhone 6 case will blow your mind

18 February 2015 2:46 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Bandai has released a Back to the Future Part II-themed case for the iPhone 6.

The cover is a miniature flying DeLorean with neon blue lights and headlamps that flash when the user receives a call.

Shifting the driver's-side front fender and wheel to one side reveals the handset's camera, while the other fender hides its side controls.

Bandai launched the case to coincide with 2015, the year in which the majority of Back to the Future Part II takes place.

The DeLorean case is expected to ship in June, and is available to pre-order online for around $50 (£32).

Elsewhere, Nike previously confirmed that it has plans to release the self-lacing shoes from Back to the Future Part II later this year.

6 tech predictions Back to the Future Part II actually got right

Watch a video introducing the DeLorean iPhone 6 case below: »

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Make Your iPhone a 'Back to the Future' DeLorean Time Machine

17 February 2015 8:47 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Considering this year marks the 30th anniversary of the original Back to the Future, as well as being the year that Doc Brown and Marty McFly traveled to in the future for the sequel, we already know there's going to be plenty of celebration for the time travel franchise. Earlier this year we featured an incredible trio of prints honoring the trilogy, and now we have an awesome case for the iPhone that will turn the Apple mobile device into the DeLorean time machine. No, this isn't just a cheap flat case that puts an image of the DeLorean on the back of your phone, it's a small three-dimensional model of the time machine. Look! Here's Back to the Future Part II case for iPhone 6 from Bandai (via The ShortList): And here's some images with a close look at the phone case too: As you can see, it's a pretty bulky case, »

- Ethan Anderton

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