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Published: Tuesday 24 November, 2015


A real 'Back to the Future' hoverboard proves too good to be true Back to Main MenuWeather HomeSchool Event ClosuresBack to Main MenuPhotos HomePhoto EssaysBuy Photo ReprintsYour PhotosBack to Main MenuVideos HomeNews VideosSports VideosHigh School Sports VideosEntertainment VideosLiving VideosIn "Back to the Future: Part II," Marty McFly and Doc Brown time travel to October 21, Kids Soccer Cleats 2015. The 1989 movie's famous glimpse into the "future" promised fans we'd all have flying cars, Nike shoes with power laces, auto drying jackets and holographic films like "Jaws 19."But a new viral video promoting "HUVr Tech" promises hoverboards are real just like the ones used by Michael J. Fox in the Robert Zemeckis film.Christopher Lloyd steps out of a DeLorean and shares the floating, wheel less skateboard with celebrities like Tony Hawk, Moby, Terrell Owens, rapper Schoolboy Q and Best Coast singer Bethany Consantino. Heck, even Billy Zane, who played Biff Tannen's thug buddy Match in the first two "BTTF" movies, is in on it.





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Some may have been fooled by the official HUVr Tech website, which claims an MIT based research team has solved "the key to antigravity." It also says pre orders will be available within the month and the hoverboard will be ship by this Christmas. real hoverboards) and "The inclusion of any products or services on this website at a particular time does not imply or warrant that these products or services will be available at any time."Skeptics also noticed the video features an actor (Nelson Chang) playing the product "engineer," and all the celebrities who try the hoverboard clearly had harnesses on their shoulders that were digitally removed in post production.Finally, Gizmodo confirmed the project was a prank created by Funny Or Die. An Internet listing by a stylist and costume designer described the humor video site's video as a "commercial" filmed in November 2013.October 2015 is still 18 months away, though, so there's a chance we could still get Nike Kids Mercurial Superfly some of that futuristic technology. Nike designer Tinker Hatfield said last month the company would release sneakers with self tying "power laces" next year, but don't hold your breath on the hoverboard or most of the other cool stuff.Next year marks the 30th anniversary of the trilogy's first film about traveling through time to try and "fix" events in the past and future. Zemeckis and composer Alan Silvestri are working on a "Back to the Future" musical set to hit London's West End in 2015.

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