July 3rd, 1985 - a day that a little time travel movie produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Robert Zemeckis called Back to the Future was released to the public. This podcast will dive into the world of BTTF, and discuss the movies, characters, and behind-the-scenes details on one of the greatest trilogies of all time. So buckle in, make sure your flux capacitor is fluxing, and enjoy the 88 mile per hour adventure of the Back to the Future trilogy.
In 1985 film director Robert Zemeckis introduced the world to a time machine built out of a DeLorean sports car in the film Back to the Future. While Back to the Future was a blockbuster success, the film itself almost never got made. It is hard to think of a world without Doc Brown and Marty McFly having adventures through time but that is the world we almost lived in. Back to the Future is a testament to the creative collaborative process. Each failure, false start, and change all aligned for the film's eventual success. One of the most popular icons to come out of the Back to the Future film series was the time machine itself. Where did this time machine come from? How does one go about creating a fictional time machine that film audiences would believe could actually travel though time? The creation of the time machine starts with the filmmakers themselves. This is the story about how director Zemeckis was able to bring to life a time machine “with some style!” With numerous interviews and research this book details the creation of all the time machines used in the film series and beyond including the 2020 musical. Learn about how the time machine started out as a time chamber, and how a marketing executive wanted Doc Brown to drive a Ford Mustang. Explore how ILM created a flying DeLorean and how in the third movie they put a DeLorean on railroad tracks. Even the time traveling "Jules Verne" train's creation is explored. Find out what happened to these time machines after filming, some were left to the elements and were nearly "erased from existence."Full interviews with: Ron Cobb, Andrew Probert, , Kevin Pike, Gene Winfield, Michael Lantieri, John Bell, Tim Flattery, Lawrence G. Paull, Michael Fink.Numerous never before published photos of the original time machines, with lots of behind-the-scenes from the famed ...The Ride.This edition is the black and white photo edition. Back to the Future and the film itself and all the concepts are the copyright of Universal Studios/Amblin.. The book, author and this page has no affiliation or endorsement with Universal Studios/Amblin. This book is for scholarly research of the creation of the film series.
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