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10-22-2015, 02:17 AM

USA Today Recreates Its Back to the Future Part II 2015 Headlines - Who will win the Slamball playoffs?

The print of edition of USA Today will be wrapped in a fake cover this Thursday, recreating the one shown in Back to the Future Part II.

In the film, Doc Brown sees a newspaper cover in the future saying that Marty McFly's son will be jailed on October 22, 2015. So, the pair go to October 21 to try and prevent it.

According to Adweek, Matt Urbanos, vice president of brand and creative strategy at Gannett said that "only the top half of the cover was remade to be featured in the movie. The bottom half of the paper was never featured in the movie and was just old content that happened to be left over from an old version of USA Today. We worked with Universal and Bob Gale to update the bottom half and add content that was relevant and cohesive as our way to finish the story and punctuate this moment."

USA Today are also changing its logos for the day, to ones that were featured in the movie.

This is just the latest Back to the Future themed news to emerge recently, with Pepsi Perfect coming out, the DeLorean being added to Rocket League, and director Robert Zemeckis saying that there are no new Back to the Future stories to tell.


10-22-2015, 07:39 PM
But I just want to know if Jaws 19 was any good!


10-23-2015, 01:25 AM
its a mirror image of what is happening today with the ID parade. Dont forget, marty was trying to warn of a terrorist attack

10-24-2015, 09:32 AM
I wasnt being serious with my above statement, but somewhere along the lines fact and fiction has merged, why were libyans after doc drown with propelled grenades in the first film. Plus the leading theory of back to the future studies was that doc brown was suicidal neurotic when he was trying to build his time machine delorean