With Marty McFly’s arrival in 2015 fast approaching, things are sure to get very Back to the Future everywhere you look. That includes the Internet, where franchise co-creator, co-writer and producer Bob Gale has revealed has jaw-dropping and jealousy-inducing collection of props.
One of the many things that makes the Back to the Future trilogy great is how tight the story is. There’s a beginning, middle, end and though the story weaves in and out of those moments, it’s incredibly self-contained. Which is why the idea of a Back to the Future comic book sounds so weird.
While we won’t be seeing a new Back to the Future movie while Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale still breathe, we will get a whole new comic—one that wants to fill in the gaps left by the movies. And even better news: Bob Gale himself is helping to write it!
Back To The Future turns 30 this year — and this fall, Marty McFly arrives from the past. And a new book travels back and reveals a wealth of info about this legendary film. We read We Don’t Need Roads by Caseen Gaines and dug up 11 things you never knew about Back to the Future.
In just two months from today, we finally get to see the most famous "sword and planet" saga, John Carter of Mars, brought to life by Wall-E's Andrew Stanton. But Disney has been trying to make a John Carter movie for 25 years — and some of these versions could have been pretty horrendous. Legendary Disney historian…
Did you ever wonder how Marty McFly, teenage cool guy, and Doc Brown, looney mad scientist, became friends? I mean, seriously, an old white-haired guy and a skateboarding teen? Well, according to the co-creator of BTTF, it's because of young Marty.
Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Mary Steenburgen, Bob Gale, Neil Canton, Robert Zemeckis and Huey Lewis all gathered in New York, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Back To The Future. Here's what we learned.
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Back To The Future, we've got never-before-seen footage of original star Eric Stoltz as Marty McFly. Plus Robert Zemeckis, Steven Spielberg and Bob Gale all explaining why they replaced him with Michael J. Fox.