Universal’s Back To The Future trilogy is one of the most famous and beloved franchises in Hollywood’s history. More than thirty years after the trilogy’s first film debuted, the BTTF franchise is still beloved among audiences of all ages. It has been released and re-issued on home video and digital platforms more than once, and even spawned a short-lived animated series, which itself finally received the home video treatment for the first time ever in 2015. Some audiences have even tried to recreate the series’ iconic time traveling auto, a Delorean as part of their fandom. One would think that with the popularity of the franchise, and the iconic car at the center of the series, that the car would always have its own special place in the halls of Hollywood’s auto history. Sadly that wasn’t originally the case. And in Virgil Films’ new documentary OUTATIME: Saving The Delorean Time Machine, audiences will discover the story of the “timeless” car and the efforts to save it for themselves.
OUTATIME: Saving The Delorean Time Machine will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital platforms Tuesday, July 19th. It follows the efforts by Universal Studios and Back To The Future co-creator and producer Bob Gale to bring Doc Brown’s (Christopher Lloyd) famed four-wheeled time machine back to its one-time glory. Directed by Steve Concotelli, the documentary is presented in the vein of Top Gear, Counting Cars, and American Chopper. It includes full-length commentary by Concotelli and Joe Walser, who headed up the Delorean’s restoration as a special bonus feature along with deleted scenes, footage from the documentary’s world premiere, a restoration photo gallery, and much more. Audiences can order OUTATIME: Saving The Delorean Time Machine now via Amazon. More information on this and other titles from Virgil Films is available online now at:
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