Doc Brown CES 2014

We just love all things Back to the Future!

I grew up in the 80’s

, and I kinda miss this kind of good sci adventure with Steven Spielberg style movie.

Hope you all had a great holiday in 2013. This year we have tons of exciting technology coming out of Las Vegas at CES. This website is built around my home in Las Vegas area however we couldn’t get tickets! Next year we will tho!

I would go visit Comdex every year until it closed. We went from 1996 till around 2001, those were the days!

Apparently Christopher Lloyd is at CES for Gibson Guitars, and is celebrating their 120th year birthday. That new Rocksmith game looks promising if I wanted to learn to play one.

Keep rocking Doc into this new year!


Christopher Lloyd posing for the crowd of fans at CES.

LAS VEGAS, U.S.— Even though it’s been almost 30 years since the first Back to the Future movie was screened in cinemas, there are obviously still many fans out there, judging by the huge turnout at the Gibson booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas today.Christopher Lloyd, who is more popularly known as Doc Brown in the film, made a guest appearance at CES as part of the guitar maker’s 120th anniversary.

Lloyd joins the host on stage.

Dressed in a white lab coat (as his character did in the movie), Lloyd seems to be in a jovial mood and sportingly posed for pictures and even tried on the Google Glass. He joined the host on stage talking about the various iconic guitars from Gibson over the years. He also revealed that he will be appearing in an upcoming episode of the Michael J. Fox Show TV series, where he will re-unite with his Back to the Future co-star onscreen. 

Holding one of the iconic guitars from Gibson.

The Delorean time machine which Lloyd arrived in was a replica of the futuristic model shown in Back to the Future II.

Fans of the movie should have no problems recognizing the flux capacitor.
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Doc Brown (explaining the time circuit to Marty McFly): “This readout tells you where you are going, this one tells you where you are, this one tells you where you were.”
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The Delorean replica comes complete with the Mr Fusion Home Energy Reactor, which is used in the movie to convert waste products to power the time machine.

 

Lloyd is seen here posing with the host just before he leaves the venue.
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SOURCE    –   We also want to thank Reuben Lee at CNET for taking the great pics – thanks Reuben!