Film buffs celebrated 'Back to the Future' day in Tokyo, Wednesday, with a display of a recycling powered automobile. Japanese inventor Iwamoto Yoshi Tomohiko customised a DeLorean DMC-12, which resembles the famous car from the 'Back to the Future' film series, to generate bio-ethanol from cotton t-shirts. Tomohiko exhibited his invention in front of several hundred onlookers and press. The inventor tied in his creation with the iconic DeLorean car from the 'Back to the Future' films, which also ran on an alternative energy source. October 21, 2015, is the date which the film's characters Marty McFly and Doc Brown travel to in the 'Back to the Future II' film. Celebrations to mark the date are planned all over the world. In London beverage company Pepsi (the character Marty's drink of choice) are screening the original film in London's Leicester Square. Whilst in Los Angeles, the film's cast and crew are to attend an official screening along with a tour of some of the films locations, including the Burger King from which McFly starts his commute to school.
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