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‘Back to the Future’ Is Returning to Cinemas After 30 Years

'Back to the Future' fans can watch the trilogy coming back to cinemas October 21. (Screenshot/YouTube)
'Back to the Future' fans can watch the trilogy coming back to cinemas October 21. (Screenshot/YouTube)

It’s been 30 years since the release of Back to the Future, and it will be returning to cinemas on October 21.

Universal decided to re-release this blockbuster, which became an international phenomenon, on October 21, as this is the date Marty and Doc travel back to in Back to the Future Part II.

Marty and Doc travel to October 21, 2015, which is when the film will be re-released. (Screenshot/YouTube.)

Marty and Doc travel to October 21, 2015, which is when the film will be re-released. (Screenshot/YouTube)

The whole trilogy will be shown at cinemas.

It will be fun to watch and remember what they thought we would be living like now.

We were supposed to have flying cars.

Would be great if we did have flying cars. (Screenshot/YouTube.)

It would be great if we did have flying cars. (Screenshot/YouTube)

Shoes that tied themselves.

I would like a pair of these self-tying shoes. (Screenshot/YouTube.)

I would like a pair of these self-tying shoes. (Screenshot/YouTube)

And the famous hoverboard, which we seem to have just invented, not like in the movie where every kid has one.

It would be great if there were hover boards. (Screenshot/YouTube.)

It would be great if there were hoverboards. (Screenshot/YouTube)

As well as playing at cinemas, Universal is also re-releasing the trilogy on blu-ray and DVD.

Watch Back to the Future 30th Anniversary Trilogy:

I absolutely love this movie, so I know I will be going, I will never outgrow this movie. Since I was only 2 when it was released, it will be great to see it on a big screen at the cinema.

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