Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd: Back to the Future Stars Reunion | entertainment

“Back to the Future” stars Michael J. Fox (61) & Christopher Lloyd (83) |

reunion in the present

And once again you take your fans on a journey through time…

Marty McFly and Doc Brown reunited – what a sight! The reunion in the present becomes a journey back to the past.

At New York Comic Con last weekend, Michael J. Fox (61) and Christopher Lloyd (83), the iconic duo from the three ‘Back to the Future’ films (1985, 1989 and 1990), were reunited.

Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd as Dr. Emmett Brown in the first Back to the Future movie (1985)

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As eccentric scientist Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) and adventurous Marty (Michael J. Fox), the two actors made movie history together, now they reminisce for their fans. Like jumping into Doc Brown’s time machine…

Casually sitting on a black couch in jeans and sneakers, the two shared with fans some memories of the time when high school student Marty McFly traveled back and forth with the help of his friend Doc Brown — doing all sorts of crap along the way.

Native Canadian Michael J. Fox didn’t become Marty McFly in the first Back to the Future movie until more than a month after filming began. He then replaced American actor Eric Stoltz (61).

“The chemistry was there from the first scene, it was alive and it stayed that way for three films,” recalls fellow filmmaker Christopher Lloyd at New York Comic Con. Adding, “She hasn’t disappeared, by the way.”

And Michael J. Fox added: “It was a sensation. Every time I started working with him, I knew it was going to be a good day.”

The chemistry between the movie stars is good.  They became good friends during the making of their cult movies and still are

The chemistry between the movie stars is good. They became good friends during the making of their cult movies and still are

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Touching: Fox, who has suffered from Parkinson’s disease since 1991, also explained to his fans why it was so important for him to appear in person at New York Comic Con. He said, “You’ve given me all my life.”

At the end of their “Back to the Future” reunion, 83-year-old Lloyd also shared a bit of wisdom. “Your future is what you make it, so make it a good one!” he said, quoting Back to the Future 3.

Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox hug on stage and the audience applauded their performance together

Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox hug on stage and the audience applauded their performance together

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Michael J. Fox mourns the loss of his mother

At New York Comic Con, Michael J. Fox According to People magazine, he is also known to mourn the loss of his mother, Phyllis.

The Back to the Future star noted that Phyllis “died two weeks ago” and recalled how his mother initially objected to his sitcom Family Ties (“Family Ties”) in the ’80s and Back to the Night. Future filmed. Because she was afraid he might be too tired.

According to People, Michael J. Fox’s mother died on September 24 at the age of 92.

Michael J. Fox on an earlier recording with Mama Phyllis

Michael J. Fox in 1996 with mother Phyllis

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