Happy 54th birthday, Mr. Fox!
I’m a little late to report this, so go here for all the details. I just wonder if this is going to be available to everyone or just as a special fundraiser like the last set of BTTFII Nike shoes.
Radio Shack’s ‘The 80’s want their store back’ commercial iss great fun for children of the 80’s (of which I am one.) It includes two Michael J. Fox references – a Teen Wolf (they even got the jersey number right) and a DeLorean. Watch it below:
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future, Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale and Jamie Lloyd along with composer Alan Silvestri will be writing a musical version of the celebrated film. The book will be by Zemeckis, Gale and Lloyd with Silvestri providing the music. The musical will premiere in London in 2015 with …
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Tee Fury is offering t-shirts with the below image for a limited time. If you want one, go get it now!
It’s a good thing Archie just got back from his trip to 2015… Yeah, okay, lame joke but I couldn’t resist. Image found at Betty and Veronica Fashions
Today’s post is about MJF-project spin-offs. First up – the eight best songs from the Bright Lights, Big City musical. What, you didn’t know it had been turned into a musical? Well, now you do. Next up is the “Family Ties” spin-off, “The Art of Being Nick.” It’s on YouTube and you can watch the …
A comic written in 2003 about a young man’s decision to try Marty McFly’s trick of holding onto cars while skateboarding. Check it out.
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