Writer-producer Bob Gale and co-star Lea Thompson dish "Back to the Future" behind-the-scenes secrets on the day Marty McFly time-hopped into the future.
The new "Back to the Future" 4K release features never-seen-before audition footage of Billy Zane and other actors.
Here's a first look at the newest game and gear marking Marty McFly's major milesone.
"Avengers: Endgame" Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely talk about their "Back to the Future" problem.
Fake Michael J. Fox account announces a fourth film in the franchise, and social media runs with it.
With his new directorial effort, 'Class Rank,' in theaters this weekend, the noted actor gives us a guided tour of his greatest hits.
Iconic sneakers will be part of memorabilia sale on Sept. 26 along with items from "Pulp Fiction" and "Scarface."
Even before the film went into production, Marvel Studios chief, Kevin Feige, made a point of describing it as a "John Hughes movie," directly name-checking the writer and director responsible for so many of that era's high school classics.
In a Facebook Live chat with Yahoo Movies, 'Back to the Future' star describes makeup process that in the film made her look age she is now in real life
Actor tells Yahoo Movies that 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' is not just a superhero movie, but also could stand on its own as a high-school/coming of age movie
The achieved speed goal did put a smile on the face of the CHP officer, who also asked the driver if his vehicle had a flux capacitor (it did not)
Actor Scott Wolf co-hosted Live With Kelly and relayed a hilarious story about the time he got recognized by a waiter at a restaurant.
By Ryan Parker, The Hollywood Reporter The Chicago Cubs’ lousy luck made for a great gag in Back to the Future: Part II, one that screenwriter Bob Gale always loved. But now thing’s have changed and that’s OK, he says. On Wednesday night, the Cubs won their first World Series title since 1908, only one year off from the 2015 victory Gale and Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis predicted in their 1989 time-traveling sequel, starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. ...
For less than 100 lucky customers around the world, the decades-long wait for a real-life version of the auto-lacing Nike (NYSE:NKE) “Air Mag” sneakers from Back to the Future II is nearly over. Nike will auction off a limited number of tech-enabled pairs later this month, the company announced Tuesday. All proceeds from the auction, which begins Tuesday and runs through Oct. 11, will go to The Michael J. Fox Foundation to aid efforts to find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease, the debilitating neurological disorder that affects the Back to the Future actor and millions of people worldwide.
(Courtesy of ‘USA Today’) By Ryan Parker Back to the Future can sell movie tickets — and apparently newspapers. On Thursday, USA Today added a special wrap on all copies featuring the exact same front page as seen in Back to the Future: Part II. Issues flew off the shelves and produced large online orders, according to the newspaper. The paper came out following Back to the Future Day on Wednesday, dubbed that because it was the exact date Marty and Doc travel to from 1985 in the second installment of the trilogy.
Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd in ‘Back to the Future’ (Everett) By Pamela McClintock, Hilary Lewis Back to the Future Day took in an estimated $4.8 million at the global box office, with marathon screenings of the Universal trilogy held around the world on the date — Oct. 21, 2015 — that Michael J. Fox’s Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd’s Doc Brown traveled to the future in Back to the Future Part II. The movie made $1.65 million at the domestic box office on Wednesday, where all three movies were screened at 1,815 theaters across North America.
Huey Lewis, Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson on ‘Back to the Future’ Day (Getty) To cap off Wednesday’s worldwide celebration of Back to the Future Day — commemorating 10/21/15, the exact date Marty McFly arrives in the future in Back to the Future II — several cast and crew members from the beloved trilogy reunited for a special screening of the film in New York City. I also look forward to the advances in medicine, and I hope we figure out how to just stop killing each other.
Today’s celebration of #BacktoFutureDay has been all about Back to the Future Part II and the crazy predictions it imagined by the year 2015: hoverboards, Jaws 19, a Chicago Cubs World Series win, etc. But let’s flash back, for a moment, to the original Back to the Future — specifically, the scene in which Marty McFly (Matthew J. Fox) informs Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) that he’s traveled back in time from the year 1985. It’s 1955, and Doc is flabbergasted to hear Marty claim that Ronald Reagan, the actor, has become President of the United States in the year he comes from.
In case you’re just now opening the internet, Oct. 21, 2015, is #BacktotheFutureDay, that fateful future date Marty McFly traveled to in 1989’s Back to the Future Part II. Related: Want More ‘Back to the Future?’ The Trilogy Has Its Own Extended Universe There’s plenty of movie nostalgia out there to indulge in, but if you really want to complete your Future planning, you must check out this new remix by DJ Mike Relm. He’s the mastermind behind that sublime Cornetto Trilogy Megamix commissioned by director Edgar Wright to rock Comic-Con a few summers ago (among other gems).
Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd in ‘Back to the Future: Part II’ (Universal) To the delight of movie fans everywhere, Back to the Future Day arrived on Wednesday in a DeLorean powered by plutonium and nostalgia. For those uninitiated with the film trilogy’s sci-fi lore, Oct. 21, 2015, is the future date our hero Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) time traveled to in 1989’s Back to the Future Part II.
The 76-year-old actor still finds regular excuses to reprise his best-loved role — and now that Back to the Future Day is upon us (that being Oct. 21, 2015, the future date our heroes travel to in 1989’s Back to the Future Part II), we have an excuse to revisit all of Lloyd’s Doc Brown cameos. As gamblers spend their coins matching up pixelated electric guitars, bicycles, and pictures of Marty’s mom, Doc pops up to say encouraging things like, “Perhaps that could have gone a little better, but in 1885 dollars, you’re rich!” 2007: Christopher Lloyd is digitally inserted into his Back to the Future scenes for a DirecTV ad, meaning that future Doc Brown is in present-day Hill Valley, as seen in the past.
By Alyssa Fiske As anyone who has seen Back to the Future knows, Biff Tannen is one bad dude. Things escalate in Back to the Future Part II, after Biff steals the DeLorean and travels back in time to change his life and become “America’s greatest living folk hero.” Biff becomes an ultra-rich, combover-sporting, “God bless America” parroting, misogynist who keeps getting married… hey… this guy sounds awfully familiar… Related: The Internet Is Having So Much Fun With ‘Back To The Future’ Day Sorry, haters and losers, but it’s true: Donald Trump was the inspiration for Biff Tannen in Part II. In an interview with The Daily Beast to celebrate “Back to the Future Day,” screenwriter David Gale confirmed your sneaking suspicion that that hairdo was no accident.
This month marks the date that Marty McFly traveled to in Back to the Future II, and sadly, we still don’t have a time traveling DeLorean. On the bright side, there are two huge new books and a new documentary coming out that can help us look back on producer Steven Spielberg and director Robert Zemeckis’s iconic sci-fi film franchise. Everyone knows the basic behind-the-scenes stories — like Michael J. Fox replacing Eric Stoltz as Marty McFly midway through filming — but the books We Don’t Need Roads and Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History, along with the new doc Back in Time, offer up many more deep-dive details.
Ben Schwartz went full-on Chris Farley for director Robert Zemeckis. The actor, best known for his television roles on Parks and Recreation (as club-king Jean Ralphio) and House of Lies (as arrogant consultant Clyde Obertholdt), scored not only his biggest dramatic film role yet when he was cast as Albert in The Walk, but it was being helmed by one of his all-time favorite filmmakers. “Robert Zemeckis is kind of my hero,” Schwartz told Yahoo Movies in the video interview above. “My favorite movies of all time are — Back to the Future is No. 1, and then Who Framed Roger Rabbit?