Jacob Rees-Mogg to star in Back to the Future reimagining

Edwardian sniveller Jacob Rees-Mogg is to star in a reimagining of the Back to the Future franchise, Universal Pictures has announced.

The double-barrelled Etonian tapeworm will take on the role of Marty McFly, as made famous by Michael J. Fox in the 1985 original.

In the reimagining Rees-Mogg will be raising the stakes by dragging an entire nation back to 1955 in order to save it from pernicious outside influences.

“Marty McFly is a simple lad, who yearns for a simpler Britain, for a time before Chicken Tikka Masala was our national meal,” reads the Universal press release. “With the help of the Doc he will restore the great lost British utopia, which definitely did exist.”

Along the way Marty will encounter perils such as petrol and food shortages and angry voters.

“When in doubt, he blames it on Brussels!” said a Universal source.

Also starring will be head Etonian lizard Boris Johnson as Emmett ‘Doc’ Brown.

“The Doc is a crazy old eccentric with a wild head of hair. He makes the impossible possible through his time travel machine and Brexit. Hes’ sure to steal every scene with his racist and misogynistic witticisms,” said the source.

Downing Street has welcomed the casting, stating that The Doc was a role Johnson “was born to play.”

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