If you simply do not have time to watch the entire Back to the Future trilogy (and if you don’t, you should seriously consider finding a way to become one of those folks heading to Mars) or if you’d like the quickest of recaps, a new video has been created doing just that in 1.21 minutes, because…well, you get it.
We’ve seen some amusing and educational “Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know” videos from CineFix for movies such as Terminator, Fight Club, and Home Alone.
So when we saw that they were offering up some fun facts on one of the greatest movies ever made, Robert Zemeckis‘s 1985 time travel classic Back to the Future in celebration of the movie’s 30th anniversary this year, we of course had to share it.
Some of these fun facts are pretty well known, such as Eric Stoltz originally playing Marty McFly, but there’s plenty of bits many of you likely had no idea about. I know I had never heard of a few of them. Click on over to the other side to watch the video and find out how many Back to the Future fun facts are new to you.
Should have seen this one coming. In October, Universal Studios Home Entertainment will re-release the Back to the Future trilogy on Blu-ray in a box set in celebration of its 30th anniversary that will include the three films, every bonus feature from the previous Blu-ray set, and a host of new bonuses. Among them will be some new shorts starring Christopher Lloyd as Doc Brown and other exclusive extras.
You can check out the official press release, packaging art, and a trailer for the 30th Anniversary Trilogy set here below.
2015 is not only the biggest year for movies, it is also the year Marty McFly visited in Back To The Future Part II. And while we have yet to experience a fully rendered interactive hologram shark, hoverboards, or places were you don’t need roads, you might want to consider taking a look at Mondo’s latest poster for Back to the Future Part II, which is just one of the many pieces that will debut at Laurent Durieux‘s art show at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas.