Making his most optimistic but hard to believe prediction for the future since hoverboards, Back to the Future co-creator Bob Gale has claimed that no one is going to do any sort of revisionist follow-up work on his classic '80s trilogy.
Speaking to Yahoo, Gale said, "Let's face it, we've seen a lot of sequels that are made years and years later and I don't think I can name one that's any good." He added, "We decided to do [a Back to the Future stage musical], rather than reboot the movie, or do another sequel.
"We're not going to do Director's Cuts or make a 3D version or change the special effects. People love them the way they are, we think they're really good. Let's not mess with it.
"We don't need the money. If we had serious debts, it might be different," Gale explained, making everyone either relieved or still disappointed that these guys apparently didn't invest very heavily in flying skateboard technology.