In "Back to the Future 2”
Marty arrives in 2015 and wanders around the future's curious milieu. He stops outside the local cineplex, which is playing "Jaws 19." Suddenly, a giant holographic great white shark materializes out of the side of the cineplex and and lunges towards Marty as if to swallow him, but disappears just as it snaps its mighty jaw shut in Marty's face.
In hip hop today
Tupac's hologram made its debut to much fanfare at Coachella 2012, as it (he?) performed alongside Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre. The hologram had the blessing of Tupac's mother. Family members were less pleased to see Ol Dirty Bastard and Eazy-E holograms shut it down at Rock the Bells 2013.
Holograms have been used more recently to simulcast performances from living artists in a remote locations. In June, Mary J. Blige was rendered as a 40-foot hologram on Governor's Island, across New York Harbor from the Statue of Liberty, where she performed at an exclusive TIDAL concert.
More notably, Chief Keef's attempt to put on a charity hologram concert to raise money for the 1-year-old by the same individuals who gunned down Glo Gang Capo escalated into an epic battle between Keef, the city of Chicago, and Alki David, Greek billionaire and CEO of Keef's new label FilmOn Networks. Keef was unable to perform the concert in person in Chicago due to outstanding warrants, and his attempts to broadcast remotely from LA via hologram have been repeatedly shut down by the cops. In one instance, Keef tweeted that the concert would be happening at Lincoln Hall in Chicago. In reality, rock band Clap Your Hands Say Yeah playing at the venue while Keef's hologram performed at Crazefest in Hammond, Indiana. Despite this impressive misinformation, Keef's hologram still got shut down after one song.