Iconic sneakers will be part of memorabilia sale on Sept. 26 along with items from "Pulp Fiction" and "Scarface."
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.
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.
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?
In this latest teaser for the upcoming Lego Dimensions — a toy-based video game intertwining many of the brick purveyor’s key movie and TV licenses — Alison Brie meets-cute with her adorable, though anger-prone, Lego Movie alter ego. The setup: Brie receives a mysterious package containing unassembled pieces. She puts the set together revealing Cloud Cuckoo Land’s reigning princess, Unikitty, (“How cute!” gushes Brie.
The ‘Back to the Future’ DeLorean is on the shortlist of all-time movie cars. Here's a look at how the vehicle went from artist's concepts to Hollywood star, and how a team of superfans rebuilt the car to glory for its 30th anniversary.