“Power laces! All right!”
“Power laces! All right!”
Roads? Where he’s going, he doesn’t need any roads.
Artist Isaiah Stephens is back, and this time he is depicting the Disney men as pop culture icons.
Great Scott! Now you can enjoy the time travel classic with added emoticons!
Great Scott! I never realized he screamed that much.
Take the quiz and test your knowledge. See if you’re still worthy of a ride in the DeLorean.
All we need now is 1.21 gigawatts of power and we are in business.
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 ›
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?
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 ›
Rich Pellegrino made these two awesome portraits of history’s greatest time travelers. View List ›
One of the oddest things about the newly released footage featuring Eric Stoltz as Marty McFly is how much he looks like Michael J. Fox. Until you compare them side-by-side! (I’m really happy the wardrobe folks decided Marty should sport a denim jacket, not whatever Stoltz was wearing.) View List ›
Before casting Michael J. Fox, Robert Zemeckis shot Back to the Future for five weeks with Eric Stoltz as Marty McFly. All of Stoltz’s original scenes will be included in the 25th anniversary box set coming October 26th. View Media ›
We’ve seen some extremely DIY auto-lacing sneakers, but it looks like the big boys — Nike — have thought about getting in on the game as well. Patent filings which occurred in early through late 2009 show off an automatic lacing system that is pretty reminiscent of Marty McFly’s invention in Back to the Future II. View Image ›
Check it out you guys. The Nike Air 2015 Kicks, (soon to be) IRL! I am happy to report that Nike is doing it’s best to meet the Back to the Future II challenge of “Power Laced” shoes. [Via Engadget] View List ›
GREAT SCOTT! According to the World Intellectual Property Organization’s website and Dime, Tinker Hatfield and his boys at the Nike Innovative Kitchen have filed patent papers for a shoe with an automatic lacing system, such as seen on the Nike Air Mag from Back to the Future II. View Image ›