"Desmentindo" o Alessandro:
On July 5th 2010, UK film magazine Total Film started a hoax that the date was referenced in Back To The Future, and that 05/07/10 was in fact 'Future Day'. The hoax became a Twitter sensation, being retweeted by thousands across the globe, and featuring in articles on The Guardian website, as well as News.com.au in Australia and a UAE News site. It became a worldwide trending topic on Twitter and "Back To The Future" became the most searched term on Google for that 24 hour period.
Total Film admitted the hoax in a news story, conceding that they were at fault for the error, and that once it started it was difficult to stop. The team released an edited image of the Delorean dashboard to support the hoax, although admitted in several tweets that they were wrong, the image only fueled the Twitter fire, fooling many into believing it was real.
On July 6th 2010, a second photoshopped image by a 3rd party emerged, continued the hoax and lead thousands to believe that this was the day that Marty McFly arrived in the future.
Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_to_the_Future
also: http://www.abril.com.br/blog/cinescopio ... no-futuro/
Moral da história: não se pode mais acreditar em nada do que se lê na Internet!