Knowing These Back to the Future Facts Makes You A Genius, McFly

13. The film series cost around $99 million to make and had a box office gross of more than $416 million in the United States, according to data from IMDB and Box Office Mojo.

14. In one of the early scripts for Back to the Future, the time machine was a refrigerator instead of a DeLorean. Safety concerns prompted the change to a car as a time machine. As you all know, the fridge would later become prominent in Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull when Indy dove into the refrigerator to avoid being blown to bits by a nuclear explosion. Hence the term “nuking the fridge.”

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