Los Angeles, Calif. — Collectors navigating the world of Back to the Future are about to get a helping hand. Back to the Future Almanac (1985-2015) — the official Back to the Future collector's guide which includes merchandise supporting the complete movie trilogy, Back to the Future...The Ride, the animated series, the comic book series, and beyond — will make its debut just in time for the series' 30th Anniversary.
Kowloon, Hong Kong — Hot Toys Limited has announced today the upcoming release of their movie-accurate specially-crafted collectible figure based on the likeness of Michael J. Fox as 'Marty McFly' in Back to the Future.
As part of their Movie Masterpiece Series, this 1:6 scale collectible figure is slated to be released during the first half of 2015 to mark the film series' 30th Anniversary, and features a newly-developed sculpted head, a highly detailed costume, and a number of accessories.
Mountain View, Calif. — Google Maps has just released an update to their popular Street View feature using a very familiar pop-culture icon. Enlisting the assistance of "Doc Brown Pegman", Google now allows users to navigate back in time to witness new buildings rise, seasons change, and the world spin forward via Google Maps dating back to the feature's 2007 debut.
Synchronize your watches. The Future is headed...to the Stage! We have just received official confirmation that the original Back to the Future film is currently being developed into a musical — a project that's quietly been in the works over the past decade — and is planned in alignment with the film's 30th Anniversary next year.
With the 25th Anniversary of Back to the Future, there has been a lot of reporting about the films, including some erroneous information. Given that BTTF.com is the website for the most accurate information about all things Back to the Future, I thought this would be the right place to set the record straight.
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