Great Scott! Beloved trilogy Back to the Future will be released in the form of a documentary, Back in Time -- boasting interviews from the film's star-studded cast including Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson along with screen writer Bob Gale, director Robert Zemeckis and producer Steven Spielberg.

Although the famous DeLorean and futuristic hover boards can't be promised, Back In Time will take viewers through a 88 mph space-time continuum journey of their own, closely detailing the creation of the sci-fi trilogy along with investigating the 1985 film's ever-lasting cult following. Huey Lewis, whose band penned two songs for the original film "The Power of Love" and "Back In Time," also offers his own interview in the documentary of the same name.

Indie film distributors Gravitas, will release the reminiscent documentary while President Nolan Gallagher told Deadline: "Iconic documentaries, like a bolt of lightning, only come around so often. We are honored to be a part of the Back To The Future mythology and bringing this must-have film to the millions of fans who have loved the trilogy all these years."

Jason Aron, the film's director added: "As fans of the trilogy and filmmakers, it was extremely important for us to have this documentary seen by as many people as possible. We knew within minutes that the team at Gravitas would make that dream a possibility."

The first installment showcasing the zany duo of Marty McFly and Doc (Emmett Brown) celebrated its 30th anniversary on July 3, reassembling the cast for an anniversary panel at Comic-Con and London Film. In regards to a reboot, Robert Zemeckis revealed that he and Bob Gale would have to die before such an "outrageous" execution.