Reunited! Stars of the cult classic series Back to the Future, Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, enjoyed some quality time together on a golf cart over the weekend.
“Back to back #backtothefuture,” Michale J Fox captioned the snapshot of him with a thumbs up while sitting next to Lloyd.
Lloyd also shared a great pic of him and Michael J. Fox hanging out, with the caption, “Caption this… #backtothefuture.”
Back to the Future first premiere in 1985 and includes two films, Back to the Future Part II (1989) and Back to the Future Part III (1990).
Michael J Fox Opens Up About ‘Back to the Future’ Success
In a 2019 interview with The New York Times Magazine, Michael J. Fox opened up about the relationship between his Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd’s Doc. “Christopher Lloyd did amazing with Doc. The specific thing that they did amazingly is taking what every actor hates, which is the exposition, the laying pipe, and turning it into high-art kabuki theater.”
Michael J. Fox further stated that the reason why people love the relationship between Doc and Marty is because Marty would “suck” the information out of Doc’s craziness. “He’d have that second of like, O.K., got it!”
Michael J Fox also opened up about who he was back when Back to the Future and his hit series Family Ties was super popular. “It’s a different guy. He’s much closer to the kid I was growing up in Canada. I grew up admiring rock stars like Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page. I wanted to be a rock star. That’s what I thought being famous.”
Michael J. Fox does admit that he wasn’t a rock star at all, but kind of an idiot. “I missed the point that I had talent. That I had gotten where Was because I did something well.”
Michael Shares Details About His Fight With Parkinson’s & Other Medical Issues
Also during his interview with The New York Times Magazine, Michael J. Fox shared more details about his ongoing battle with Parkinson’s and new issues with his spine. “I was trying to parse what was the Parkinson’s and what was the spinal thing,” he explained. “But it came to the point where it was probably necessary to have surgery.
Michael J. Fox then discussed his surgery and the intense amount of physical therapy he had afterward. “I did it all and eventually people asked me to do some acting,” he said. The actor then shared one morning when he was supposed to get to work, he misstepped and fell down.
“I fractured the hell out of my arm. I’m ended up getting 19 pins and a plate. It was such a blow,” Michael J. Fox added.