During a recent Coldplay concert in New York, Michael J. Fox took to the stage and reprised his classic performance from Back to the Future. While Fox played electric guitar, Chris Martin took on vocal duties this time. Big love to MJF.
Owned by Robert “Videobob” Moseley, Bob’s Prop Shop specializes in building replicas of famous movie cars, including Doc Brown’s iconic DeLorean DMC-12 time machine. You can also rent the car for $1,500 per day.
Travel back to the 80s with the official Back to the Future LEGO set. It comes with the DeLorean time machine, minifigs of Marty McFly and Doc Brown plus Marty’s hoverboard. The car has movable doors and wheels.
Sugarboy’s latest imaginative clip takes on Back to the Future, but with a DeLorean BMX, a talking dog, aliens with laser mouths and Spielberg a plenty. Bob Zemeckis directed BTTF, but we forgive you.
This custom-built 4-propeller plane is a perfect replica of Doc Brown’s DeLorean from Back to the Future, complete with illuminated headlights, taillights and light-up wheels. No roads required.
Build your own DeLorean, with this 287pc. LEGO brick kit from Ichiban Toys. Their latest DMC-12 refines prior designs, with moving gull-wing doors, retractable wheels and room for two minifigs.
Back to the Future or Star Wars? It’s the battle of the (20th) Century in the logo mashup on the My Trilogy Kicks Your Trilogy’s Ass t-shirt. BTTF fans should splurge and grab the “Jigga What?” tee too.
If you jump to 6:38 in this video clip, you’ll see Mike Proctor pull off the ultimate vehicular peel-out. Even though the car isn’t going 88mph, Marty McFly and Doc Brown would be so proud.
It’s the Lindbergh baby mystery of the 21st Century. Who was the Bed Intruder who got into Antoine Dodson’s sister’s room? After some serious sleuthing, we have the answer. Watch, and learn.
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