The stars of the Back to the Future series met at New York Comic Con.
Marty McFly of the Back to the Future series stars Michael J. Fox and Dr. Emmet Brown’s Christopher Lloyd reunited at the “Back to The Future” panel at New York Comic Con. Fans responded enthusiastically to the moments when the two actors met on stage.
Lloyd, 83, and Fox, 61, talked and answered questions about the Back to the Future trilogy, which has been over 30 years since it ended. Explaining that another actor played Marty before he was included in the film’s cast, Fox stated that the best part of working in the film was being with Christopher Lloyd, and praised Lloyd as “He is a genius”.
Telling his own story of how they met, Lloyd said, “I’ve barely gotten through the first six weeks, now do I have to do it all again, until one night after shooting nonstop, a new actor for Marty was announced to him one night, and he saw a quick rapport with Fox.” ” she said she thought.
The harmony that the duo achieved on the set also fascinated the audience of the film and still continues to fascinate today. The fact that the video showing the moment the stars greet and hug each other on stage is viral on social media is proof of this…
Michael J. Fox, who has been struggling with Parkinson’s disease since his late 20s, talked about his book “No Time Like The Future” at the end of the panel and talked about the benefits of looking at life optimistically. Stating that he has participated in many Comic Con back-to-back in recent years, the actor thanked his fans for providing this, saying, “You gave me my whole life.”