Video of reunion between Christopher Lloyd and much diminished Michael J. Fox upsets 'Back to the Future' fans

Author: Clark Tos
2022-10-10 12:11:01

The two main actors of 'Back to the Future' were reunited this weekend to the delight of fans.

This Sunday, October 9 was the New York Comic Con, a prestigious convention dedicated to pop culture.

On this occasion, fans were able to attend the reunion moving between actors Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox, 32 years after the release of the last installment of the unforgettable saga ' Back to the future ».

“Doc Brown” and “Marty McFly” thus nostalgically shared memories of filming the famous trilogy that will have marked several generations of spectators.

'Doc' and 'Marty' reunite again 32 years after release of latest 'Back to the Future' installment

Christopher Lloyd, now 83, notably recounted how his accomplice had taken over the role of Marty McFly, which was not originally intended for him.

« The announcement - at one o'clock in the morning after we had been filming for six weeks - was that the actor playing Marty (Eric Stoltz editor's note) would no longer play Marty, and that tomorrow we would start filming with Michael (…) I felt like I barely survived the (first) six weeks and now I was going to have to start over! “, confided the actor.

But his fears were quickly swept away by this unique complicity between the two actors, which transpires on the screen.

« The chemistry was there from the first scene we had, it was alive and it stayed that way for three movies “, thus confirmed Lloyd.

« All I had to do was react,” said Michael J. Fox. “Just take it and let it overwhelm me. I knew he was brilliant. That was it: being with Chris and having it be Chris, and enjoying it… It was a big thrill. Every time I worked with him I knew it was going to be a good day “, he continued.

61 years old, Michael J. Fox , who has Parkinson's disease, appeared very weak at the event, which upset the many fans present.

The Canadian actor has not evaded this painful subject, saying that he preferred to see the positive side of this ordeal.

« The best thing that ever happened in my life was this thing. Parkinson's disease is a gift. I told people it was a gift and they were like, 'you're crazy.' a gift and I wouldn't change it for the world… It's not about what I got, it's about what I got (with this) “, he confided.

Words full of wisdom.