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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.
Nike released the Air MAG a few years ago, but only as a ridiculously expensive limited edition. Thankfully, Halloween Costumes is releasing officially licensed (swooshless) replicas of the shoes. They still don’t tie themselves though.
Benny Palmeri turned a Nike Kobe 9 Elite Maestro into a replica of the limited edition Nike MAGBack to the Future shoes. They may not have built-in lights, but at least the swoosh and the outsole glow in the dark.
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.
It’s a tad obtuse, but still we tip our hats to the talent of the Ohio State University Marching Band, who continue to entertain the masses at halftime; this show even includes a DeLorean. (Thanks Dave!)
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.