BTTF, the abridged version.
BTTF, the abridged version.
Starring RDJ in wearing only the Iron Man mask. We even made you gifs.
Here’s three and a half minutes that will make you wish you kept up with your piano lessons. Or took them to begin with.
This “Doctor Who”/”Back to the Future” mash-up is everything you ever wanted in a Saturday morning cartoon.
This guy wins parenting.
A short film blinding the worlds of two sagas of time travel: “Back to the Future” and “Doctor Who.”
The film’s stylish time machine makes its way back to Marty McFly’s stomping grounds. (via reddit.com)
Dreams really do come true.
All we need now is 1.21 gigawatts of power and we are in business.
Artist Fitz Fitzpatrick has rendered the characters from “Aliens,” “Lord Of The Rings,” “Star Wars,” and more in gloriously geeky 8-bit. It’s fun to identify all of your favorite characters in their super-simplified form. (via bitrebels.com)
Tom Wilson from Back to the Future fame gets asked so much about the movies that he carries around this business card to save time. (via twentytwowords.com).
Lovingly crafted by YouTuber techsavvyed on Adobe Premiere, as part of a project to start turning modern classics into silent-era films following the success of “The Artist.” BTTF was a pretty fantastic choice.
Did I mention it was a model flying DeLorean from Russia?
At a fundraiser for the Michael J. Fox Foundation last night in NYC, Marty McFly himself played an expert version of “Johnny B. Goode.”
McFly riffs some “Johnny B. Goode” during Saturday night’s A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson’s benefit in New York City.
Hollywood memorabilia shop Profiles in History is auctioning Marty McFly’s time machine from Back to the Future III. “This particular car was used in the 1955 drive-in movie scene when Michael J. Fox drives it into the past and lands in 1885 to find Doc,” according to the auctioneer’s description. “Of the seven DeLoreans, only three have survived since filming, and this is one of those three.” Proceeds from the auction will benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. View Image ›
File this under “things I didn’t know I needed in my life, but now can’t live without.” Matt Mulholland does the entire scene (music, dialogue, sound effects, everything) acapella. It’s insanely impressive. (via slashfilm.com) Watch Video ›
“After George McFly knocks out Biff and dances with Lorraine at the prom, a couple next to them insists that the now-popular George runs for class president,” recalls artist Eric Tan after seeing Back to the Future for the 257th time. “I thought to myself, ‘Would George actually run? … If he did, what the heck would his campaign poster look like?’ That’s where this little poster idea was born.” (via.) View Image ›
The future is here, guys. Nike have released this teaser video for the new Nike Air Mag AKA the power-lacing shoes worn by Marty McFly in ‘Back To The Future II’. When do we get our hoverboards?
The director that made this clip surely fulfilled his nerdy childhood nerdy. This commercial, part of a viral campaign by a famous appliances store in Argentina, has received almost 60,000 since it was uploaded yesterday. (via youtube.com) Watch Video ›
Whoa, this is heavy. “Back to the Future” co-creator Bob Gale tells Mental Floss the heretofore unspoken bond that unites the characters of Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Get your mind out of the gutter. There’s no slash fiction involved. (via chewyfally.tumblr.com) View List ›
Emma Butler came up with the ‘Movie Parts’ project to combat the minimalist movie poster trend happening on the internet. She thought it would be fun to represent all the important parts, pieces and props that make some of our favorite movies so memorable. (via The Uniblog) View List ›
Too bad Doc Brown didn’t think of bringing this bad boy back to the future. View Image ›
A wonderful series of “what if” funny book covers by Comics Alliance. There is no amount of money I wouldn’t pay to see “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen America: 1988.” Much more over at Comics Alliance. View List ›
Toy Fair 2011 wraps up today. Here’s a look at some of our favorite stuff from the largest toy trade show in the Western Hemisphere. BuzzFeed was allowed to wander through the cavernous Javitts Center in New York City and get way too excited about children’s playthings. View List ›
“Back to the Future” recreated with a shocking degree of accuracy using nothing but the level editor in Little Big Planet 2. Doc Sackboy is too cute. Watch Video ›