Back to the Future IIIn "Back to the Future II," Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) arrives on Oct. 21, 2015, and the future looks like this: people riding hoverboards, driving flying cars, and drinking Pepsi Perfect. And going to see "Jaws 19" — directed by Max Spielberg, real-life son of Steven Spielberg — at the Holomax Theater.

Universal has been hyping the 30th anniversary of the classic movie with some cool promotions — including Pepsi Perfect becoming an actual thing — but this one might be the best: a trailer for "Jaws 19."

The fake trailer teases the movie by mentioning the previous sequels — like when Jaws started a family, battled a Russian shark named Ivan Sharkovsky, and learned about love in "Jaws 17: Fifty Scales of Grey." Too funny!

In "Back to the Future II," a poster for"Jaws 19" boasted that, "This time, it's really really personal." Unfortunately, critics didn't love it and future USA Today deemed it "'Jaws' without a bite."

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