We surely remember the futuristic looks of Marty McFly which were the creation of Nike MAGs back in the year 2011
. This quite interesting look was brought to the feet of sneaker collectors but this Back to the Future II footwear which was fashionably lit didn’t quite hit it right because it was lacking in some place. This is being put right with the reinvention of Nike’s innovation with the Power Laces which will finally arrive next year.
Tinker Hatfield, Nike’s designer, is the mastermind behind this creation and its closure has been confirmed by him as he stated that it is on its way in 2015 at a recent appearance at the Jordan Brand's Flight Lab. He has made a clear statement that the year 2015 is going to bring on the iconic Power Laces. The reason for this 2015 setup is that the MAGs were initially the hype of 2015 but we are still not sure whether this will be a new version of the MAG or they will arrive as completely new model. For all those who are not planning to wait till the next year can purchase the 2011 release from eBay where they are priced at $8000.
The hoverboard from Back to the Future II is on sale soon, and you can own it too!
However, the only way you'll probably be able to afford it is if you sell your flux capacitor!
Marty McFly's flying modern variation on the skateboard (that's supposed to come out next year...get on that science!) has been valued around $17,000 and $26,000.
The iconic prop will be going up for auction, among other classic film memorabilia, at the Vue cinema in ... Source: PerezHilton
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1 day ago, 7:46pm CDT
If we’re honest, this one got away from us a little. What started out as a discussion about Alien: Isolation, Harry Potter and the development process for the PS4 quickly descended into chaos.
A conversation about Marty McFly’s Hoverboard turned into an IGN auction. Talk of the best and worst vocal performances in videogames triggered much laughter at the expense of several Hollywood legends. And reader feedback ... Source: IGN
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2 days ago, 9:45am CDT
The Hoverboard that Marty McFly rode in Back to the Future Part II could be yours to own later this year, with the iconic piece of movie memorabilia going up for auction in London in October.
The futuristic piece of kit isn’t going cheap however, with the prop being valued at as much as £15,000 (or approximately 25,000 USD) according to TheRadioTimes.
The Hoverboard in BT ... Source: ign
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3 days ago, 5:34am CDT
Move over, Marty McFly! Mika just replaced you as the world's seksiest time traveler!
His newest music video for Boum Boum Boum literally spans across several centuries, while only being roughly 4 minutes long.
This music video is chock full of Old West duels, duels in 1700s France, film noire intrigue, and modern day espionage.
SRSLY! This whole video is one AH-Mazing mini-action movie, and we're on the edge of our seat!
Ch-ch- ... Source: PerezHilton
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4 days ago, 9:02pm CDT
Thirty years ago, the world fell in love with an upbeat empowerment ballad called “You’re the Best Around.” Like most ’80s movie anthems, “Best” is a song you can’t listen to without immediately thinking of the film or scene it accompanied – in this case, the teen martial arts classic The Karate Kid and its climactic tournament montage. The ’80s was a decade full of movie-song symbiosis, with tracks that may have only been modest hits (if that) ... Source: Oh No They Didn't!
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Jun 22 2014, 1:47pm CDT
Back in 1969, Stanley Kubrick was confident enough to give his solar system-trotting space epic, 2001: A Space Odyssey a fairly specific time-stamp. Unfortunately, humanity let down the great cinematic auteur and by 2014 we've barely managed to fling a robot on our nearest neighbor.However, plans are afoot to whet your intergalactic dreams. A few years ago news broke that NASA was working on a warp drive - and I don't mean some new improved engine they've just called a warp d ... Source: movie pilot
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Jun 11 2014, 11:11am CDT
One of my favorite movies as a kid was Back to the Future 2. In it, Marty McFly, the protagonist, shows off his gaming skills to a bunch of kids using an old Wild Gunman arcade machine. The children scoff at his efforts, as you play the game with hands. The children explain that only baby-toys require you to use your hands! Sadly, in 2014 we are still mostly playing games with our hands, with the exception of some novelties with Kinect and others.
Today ... Source: BetaNews
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Jun 9 2014, 1:02pm CDT
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