Fans of "Back to the Future II" have been waiting 26 years for this. The movie promised a future of flying cars, hoverboards and a championship season for the Chicago Cubs. Well the future is now. October 21, 2015, is the date Marty McFly traveled to in the second film.
This is also the 30th anniversary of the first "Back to the Future," which was the highest grossing film of 1985. Now as it celebrates these milestones, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the film and the legacy that has extended from the past to the present, and most likely the future.
You can catch "Back to the Future" at Radio City Music Hall with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra playing the score live.