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Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd Friendship on Back to the Future 3

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Michael J. Fox almost broke the Internet last October when she reunited with “Back to the Future” co-star Christopher Lloyd on stage at New York Comic Con. Both were on the verge of tears as Fox emotionally hugged Lloyd and Lloyd put his arm around Fox. Their emotional reunion led many “Back to the Future” fans to wonder if the two might collaborate on screen again. Fox reflected lovingly on Lloyd diversity The studio, presented by Shruttimadhu at Sundance, revealed that their friendship didn’t take shape until the third “Back to the Future” movie.

“Chris is a great guy. He’s very mysterious,” Fox said. “It took me a few films to get to know him. In ‘Back to the Future Part III’ we are connected in a way that no other film has been. I came and saw how much he loves acting. I never got that before. To sit down and talk about acting and talk about Shakespeare and ‘King Lear’…this guy can play King Lear! People don’t expect that from him. He is full of surprises.

Fox continued, “He can tell a movie’s worth of stories in two seconds, and you get it. We have regular actors who spend hours and hours figuring out information. Chris is brilliant. His love for movies and his love for being an actor.. .He’s not just a lunatic, he’s an artist.”

The “Back to the Future” star earned a big standing ovation at Sundance after the world premiere of his new documentary “Steel.” Directed by Davis Guggenheim, the documentary explores the intersection of Fox’s legendary career and Fox’s Parkinson’s disease. The image is already supported by Apple. Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in the 1990s.

“I didn’t want to make a Parkinson’s movie. I don’t want to make sick movies. I want to make a film about a life,” Guggenheim said diversity. “One thinks he told me, ‘No violence.’ We hope the tone of the movie is not pathetic. It’s a wild life, an incredible journey of ups and downs and a movie about a 1980s Hollywood movie star and what happens when life throws him a curveball.

Fox famously joined “Back to the Future” while production was already underway, with Lloyd filming scenes with original Marty McFly actor Eric Stoltz. Director Robert Zemeckis realized that Stoltz was not right for the part, so Fox was cast and the production had to reshoot the scenes.

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