The last remaining Back to the Future ride in the world is closing this spring. Back to the Future: The Ride will be no more.
Not cafe, but cafes. Plural!
Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd from Back to the Future, Stephen Merchant and Ellen McLain from Portal, Gary Oldman as the game’s big bad and two different Chris Pratt performances—LEGO Dimensions’ definitely got talent.
Christopher Lloyd is a man who’ll jump at any chance to don a Hawaiian shirt, stand in front of a wind machine and shout “Great Scott!” A new LEGO Dimensions trailer is as good a reason as any.
Artist Khyzyl Saleem has an idea on what he'd like Back to the Future to look like. I've got to say, as emotionally attached as a lot of people are to the DeLorean DMC-12 from the movies, this looks pretty damn good.
It's 2015. That's when Back to the Future: Part II takes place. And while we aren't driving flying cars and wearing double neckties, the movie did totally nail one point about Japan and, well, fax machines.
Crazy computerized effects? Back in Back To The Future's day, they didn't have those. Only pluck and spirit (and time travel). That means that with a few lights and some clever camera work, you can make a toy car look like its blasting through the barriers of space-time at 88 mph.
I've been trying for an hour now to stuff money inside my monitor, but the damn thing won't take it.
While you don't need Tony Hawk to realize that the HUVr Back to the Future hoverboards were fake, the legendary skateboarder still felt it needed some explanation.
Anyone who saw Back to the Future II came out of the theater wishing they had a hoverboard. One day, we told ourselves. One day hoverboards would become a reality. Is that day today? Well, no.
The next WoW expansion, Warlords of Draenor will focus on orcs, but most importantly time travel. As if the lore wasn't already confusing enough, WoD will make sure we get lost in the history of orcs and humans. But thanks to Redditor trytech, we might have a saviour, none other than Doc Brown from Back to the Future.
Someone on Twitter is reenacting Back to the Future—"in real time"—creating nearly 50 accounts for all of the characters (and the DeLorean). If you like the movie, you'll love The Hill Valley Project. Seven hours ago, Marty saved George from getting run over, and he should wake up in Lorraine's bedroom any minute now.
You asked for it, quite literally, and now you're getting it: a small, but charming set of Back to the Future LEGO. Picked as part of the company's Cusoo initiative, which rewards popular fan-made sets with the chance of becoming real products, next year we'll be getting... something.
It would probably feature a Delorean that looks like this. Behold, the itasha DMC-12, complete with an "OUTATIME" California plate.
I have a nephew who's a bit of a sneaker enthusiast. He's done the whole line-up-at-midnight-for-new-Dunks thing, despite the fact that he's got size 14 feet. He's also a gamer and I took him to see a demo of NBA 2K12 earlier this summer. And, while he was polite enough not to ask about the in-game footwear in this…
Michael J. Fox will lend his voice to the fifth and final chapter of Telltale Games' Back to the Future adventure, but we didn't know he'd be supplying the voices of two characters. Telltale's creative director, Dave Grossman, confirmed the dual appearance during a preview of Telltale's coming work at E3 2011.
A.J. LoCasio's virtuoso Marty McFly has anchored Telltale Games' Back to the Future through its first four episodes, and will do so again in the fifth. That doesn't mean there's no room for the character's original actor.
And that man is not series creator Shigeru Miyamoto. Nor is it current overseer Eiji Aonuma. It is Doctor Emmett Lathrop Brown.
"Disco is NOT dead!" shouted Eddie Izzard as a disco dancer-in-denial in the ridiculous super hero parody, Mystery Men.
Episodic adventure crafter Telltale Games has dropped all charges for the first installment of its Back to the Future series, making it available for free download to anyone with a PC or Mac capable of playing it.