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Posted Dec 26 2016

Eaglemoss Collections, the UK’s leading publisher of partworks and collections, is launching a unique and exciting product. The Build the Back to the Future DeLorean collectors’ magazine series gives readers the opportunity, week-by-week, to piece together a beautiful 1:8 scale replica of the iconic car from the Back to the Future movies, the DeLorean DMC-12.

Posted Nov 30 2016

ScreenUsed has announced they will hold their Fall auction with pre-bidding starting on November 19, 2016 - and it includes an incredible Back to the Future treasure.

Posted Nov 22 2016

Actor Who Portrayed 'George McFly's' Nemesis In Back to the Future Trilogy, 100+ Other Credits to Appear on Saturday and Sunday; Joins Fellow BTTF Star Christopher Lloyd

Posted Oct 21 2016

At 7:30pm on Saturday, November 12, David Newman will lead the American Youth Symphony in a live performance of Alan Silvestri’s unforgettable Back to the Future score as the classic time travel adventure is screened in its entirety

Posted Oct 18 2016
WHO IS MARTY McFLY?!? And why are there so many on the loose in 1986?! Marty and Doc finally get some answers, but they might not like where those answer take them... and they're definitely not going to like WHEN it takes ’em!

Posted Oct 04 2016

The Nike Mag, complete with “Adaptive Fit,” to be released in partnership with The Michael J. Fox Foundation in effort to speed a cure for Parkinson’s. 

Posted Aug 29 2016

Don’t miss your chance to sit inside a faithful, street-legal 1:1 scale replica built by husband and wife team Oliver and Terry Holler to match the original vehicle

Posted Aug 17 2016

Marty escapes the alternate present of 1986-B, fleeing back to 1931 to correct the time stream — all he has to do is break a couple of hearts. But one man sets out to stop him: Doc Brown! The future hangs in the balance!  

Posted Aug 09 2016

The future is now! Custom made and autographed machine to be auctioned with all proceeds to benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research

Posted Jul 28 2016

Hello, McFly! From the Back to the Future franchise to TV hits like “Family Ties” and “Spin City,” Michael J. Fox has thrilled, touched and moved millions with his performances as well as his commitment to the campaign for increased Parkinson’s disease research. Lea Thompson, who portrayed Marty’s mother in the trilogy in one of her most memorable roles, has appeared in more than 80 films and TV series. And Christopher Lloyd, whose career spans 40 years, has more than 200 roles to his credit. Now fans will have the chance to meet the three biggest stars of the beloved trilogy as Wizard World has announced that they will all attend Wizard World Comic Con Chicago on Saturday, August 20 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. Thompson will also appear on Sunday, August 21, and Lloyd will attend Friday through Sunday, August 19-21.

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