As incredible as Back to the Future made time travel look, the way the filmmakers created that vision behind the scenes is even cooler.
Back To The Future Blue Screen

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Ever since Back to the Future II hit theaters in 1989, we’ve all been able to nurse fantastical ideas of what Earth might look like on October 21, 2015. When Marty McFly rode the DeLorean to that very date, he found a world of hoverboards, flying cars, and self-tying shoes.

But here we are. The future is now, and most of the wild ideas the movie portrayed have not come to pass. So, as long as we’ve gone behind the curtain and seen what October 21, 2015 really looks like, you might as well go behind the camera and discover how the filmmakers created the Back to the Future series’ incredible world of time travel. Ever wonder how they made the DeLorean fly? Or who shot weeks of footage as Marty McFly before Michael J. Fox was brought in as a replacement? Or how those amazing hoverboards floated? See below…

Back To The Future Cars
Back To The Future Fiberglass Delorean
Back To The Future Delorean
Back To The Future Train
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John Kuroski
John Kuroski
John Kuroski is the assistant editor of All That Is Interesting.
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