Secret Cinema sends film fans Back to the Future in London

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Michael J. Fox participates in a panel for "The Michael J. Fox Show" during the NBC sessions at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, California

By Matilda Egere-Cooper LONDON (Reuters) – Film fans can break through the fourth wall and walk straight into 1955 and Hill Valley, the fictional California town that was the setting for the 1985 blockbuster “Back to the Future”. The latest incarnation of Secret Cinema, which aims to provide a full-scale immersive movie experience, brings to vivid life Robert Zemeckis’ science-fiction comedy. It’s Twin Pines Ranch, where plucky protagonist Marty McFly, portrayed by Michael J. Fox in the film, crash-lands his DeLorean time machine. Grounds near the Olympic Park in east London boast bungalows, retro billboards, a gas station, diners and a reproduction of the town square that featured in the film.


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