Back to the Future
Last year, the widow of John DeLorean sued a Texas company that, she said, has been illegally using the DeLorean name. The car was seen in “Back to the Future.”
As “Back To The Future” celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, there’s a legal tussle over the futuristic car that provided the guts for the flying time machine used by Michael J. Fox in the classic 1985 film.
Hold on to your hoverboard – the 2015 envisioned in Back to the Future Part II doesn’t look exactly like the start of the New Year Thursday.
Skateboarding is going airborne this fall with the launch of the first real commercially marketed hoverboard which uses magnetics to float about an inch off the ground.
Acting legend Christopher Lloyd is in town for Dallas Comic Con and he joins the Ben and Skin Show.
From the Empire State Building in “Sleepless in Seattle” and “The Sopranos” cafe in the show’s finale, to the “Field of Dreams” in Iowa and the Coney Island roller coaster from “Annie Hall,” fans have always loved visiting famous television and movie locations.
Police are looking for three unusual suspects: The crooks are no more than three feet tall, and none of them look old enough to have finished the second grade.
“Growing up in the 80’s I loved all the cool movie cars,” says Bob Moseley, who lives in Oak Cliff. He says the first car that took his breath away was the DeLorean time machine from the movie, Back to the Future.