Michael J. Fox Reunites with Christopher Lloyd at New York Comic Con
The two stars of the unforgettable 80s series Back to the Future came together years later. Dr. While the photo shared by Christopher Lloyd, who plays the character of Emmet Brown, with Michael J. Fox, received thousands of comments and likes in a short time, it was seen that his fans were quite excited.
The unforgettable stars of the iconic sci-fi series Back to the Future, Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox, met at an invitation a few days ago. The duo, who met at a poker event of the Michael J. Fox Foundation, which was established to research Parkinson’s disease, reunited 35 years later and touched those who saw it. Legendary players shared two photos separately from their Instagram accounts. Both photos were soon flooded with emotional messages by their followers.
Michael J.Fox and Christopher Lloyd met for the ‘Back to the Future’ panel at New York Comic Con at the Big Apple on Saturday… and when the two former lead actors met on stage, they greeted each other with a big hug, which received a huge round of applause from the fans.
Check out the clip… you first see MJF by himself, sitting on the couch, then when Chris comes out he reappears and hugs him with open arms.
It’s a super cool moment and you can tell it means a lot to both of them – especially with Mike coming in for a hug. They then sat down and chopped it up…
As Michael said at one point… “You gave me my whole life,” he added a poignant piece about Parkinson’s disease. Mike said, “This is the best thing that ever happened in my life. Parkinson’s is a gift. I told people it was a gift and they said, ‘You’re crazy. I say, ‘Yes, but it’s the gift that keeps getting it’. But it’s a gift and I wouldn’t trade it for anything… It’s not about what I have, it’s about what’s been given to me.”
The Michael J. Fox Foundation was established in 2000 to investigate Parkinson’s disease, which is a neurological disease that causes limitation of movement and balance problems. J. Fox founded the association after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1991, and his former co-star Lloyd did not spare his support on many nights of this association.
Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd ’80S PHENOMENAL DUO
The first in the Back to the Future franchise became a worldwide phenomenon as the highest-grossing film in 1985. Back to the Future tells the story of a boy accidentally going from 1985 to 1955. Following the film’s success, two sequels were released in 1989 and 1990. In addition, an animated series was prepared and the theme park was opened. Back to the Future was selected as one of the “culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant” films by the U.S. Library of Congress in 2007, and it was decided to retain the film in the U.S. National Film Registry.
BTW, there is a ‘BTTF’ musical coming to Broadway next year. Promise… that’s great.