Fantastic 'Back to the Future II' Poster & Streaming Event on Saturday
This has been a fun year for remembering the glory that is Back to the Future from the commemorative Nike MAG shoes to the impending return of the DeLorean with an all-new electrical model in 2013. Now another cool piece of work is coming in the form of a fantastic new poster from Tim Doyle being released in correlation with Secret Show to the Future 2, a special online streaming event with Anthony Cumia of the Opie & Anthony Show, producer Danny Ross and comedian Joe DeRosa providing Mystery Science Theater 3000 style commentary while watching the sequel. See the cool poster and event details below!
Here's Tim Doyle's Back to the Future Part II poster via SlashFilm (click for a larger version):
As for the event, since it's a secret show, you won't be able to attend in person, since people are meant to tune in for a special USTREAM broadcast live on Saturday, November 5th at 10/9c. Just tune into secretshowtothefuture.com at that time, and they have a way to help you sync up your movie with their screening so the commentary works for the live broadcast. If you want a taste of what this event will be like, head over to SlashFilm where they've posted the entire audio file from the first Secret Show to the Future so you can get a taste for the kind of hearty but respectful digs these guys will dish out to the film.
As for that awesome poster above, it will also have a glow in the dark variant which you an see right here. Each measures 18 x 24 and the regular edition is limited to 150 total with 110 unsigned for $50 and 40 signed for $75 while the variant edition is limited to just 50 with 35 unsigned for $100 and 15 signed for $125. they’ll go on sale at the same time the show starts, 10/9c at ssttf.bigcartel.com. Proceeds from the sale of the poster will benefit Michael J. Fox’s Parkinson’s research charity, TeamFox and that's awesome. So tune in Saturday night to try and get that poster and have some laughs with fellow Back to the Future fans.
GABO2D2 on Nov 2, 2011
Charity? Good. Poster? Honestly, kinda lame.
Pompy on Nov 2, 2011
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