No sooner than I was explaining yesterday to someone that the studios need to maximize their catalog release potential with marketing hooks such as remakes, anniversaries or celebrity passings, does Universal deliver some glorious news. This Saturday (July 3) marks the 25th anniversary that Robert Zemeckis' ultimate time travel masterpiece, Back to the Future, debuted in theaters. Spending some eleven weeks as the #1 film at the box office (a now antiquated notion these days outside of a James Cameron film), the film that turned into one of the most beloved trilogies ever now promises to look better than ever when it comes to Blu-ray on Oct. 26, 2010.

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