Future City NewsReunite After 37 Years Of 'Back To The Future'Michae J. FoxAnd Christopher Lloyd
First HitThe Back to the Future actors Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reunited on stage Sunday at New York Comic-Con, 37 years after the classic Robert Zemeckis film first hi
The ReunionIt marked their first reunion since they joined forces with other cast members on Josh Gad's pandemic YouTube series, Reunited Apart, back in 2020.
First Encounter Fox (61 years old), and Lloyd (83 years old), used the event to think back to their first encounter, which came after Fox replaced Eric Stoltz in the lead role of
The Announcement "The announcement at 1 a.m., after they were shooting for six weeks, was that the actor playing a role of Marty would no longer be playing Marty and that tomorrow
Fox’s Statement Fox, who at one point said he would have to "watch his a--" because of how talented his co-star was, gushed about working with his longtime friend on the three-f
"Hand it on and let it wash over him. He thought Loyd was brilliant," Fox said. "That was the actual thing: be with Chris, let it be Chris, and enjoy it... It was a thrill. Anytime
The film, which was put together on a $19 million budget, ended up earning $388.8 million at the box office. Back to the Future II, released four years later in 1989, cost double t
While the pair certainly shared some gems from making the movies and their thoughts on Back to the Future: The Musical, they also touched on their relationship off-screen, most not
Also at the Comic-Con panel, Fox opened up about finding "something to be grateful for" despite sustaining some injuries this year and paid tribute to his late mother Phyllis, who
"To this day well, till two weeks ago his mother thought it was a really bad idea for her to do Back to the Future," Fox joked about his mother.Fox’s Mother’s Statement
Who told him that making the Steven Spielberg-produced movie alongside his TV work on Family Ties, would make him "too tired." "She loved the movie, but she was right," joked Fox.
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