Michael J Fox has opened up about his time on Back To The Future, revealing his relationship with Christopher Lloyd wasn't as easy as they made it look on screen.
Fans were delighted and emotional to see the 'Back To The Future' stars share a touching embrace.
The vehicle comes complete with a light-up flux capacitor, a box of plutonium, Marty’s hoverboard and Lego mini-figure versions of Doc Brown and Marty McFly.
“I’m really blunt with people about cures," he says in a new interview. "When they ask me if I will be relieved of Parkinson’s in my lifetime, I say, ‘I’m 60 years old, and science is hard. So, no.’ ”
The actor, who has Parkinson's, also called out the "senseless and cheap" treatment of disabled people.
Diana, Princess of Wales, not only attended the blockbuster event in London, she also sat right next to the actor during the screening.
The actress was discussing the Back To The Future trilogy to mark the 35th anniversary of the original film's release.
Writer-producer Bob Gale and co-star Lea Thompson dish "Back to the Future" behind-the-scenes secrets on the day Marty McFly time-hopped into the future.
Earlier this year Two and Half Men star Jon Cryer revealed he had auditioned for the role of Marty McFly, now we can watch him do it.
Plus, producer Scott Rosenfelt reveals the "Teen Wolf" nude scene he regrets today.
Michael J. Fox might have snagged the role of Marty McFly, but as movie legend has it, plenty of others had their hat in the ring.
Michael J Fox needed Madonna's choreographer and a guitar teacher to perfect Back To The Future's Johnny B Goode scene.
Take a look inside the Wild West-set final entry in the delightful 'Back to the Future' trilogy from Robert Zemeckis.
Bob Gale says fans shouldn't get their hopes up for 'Back to the Future 4', because it's not happening.
There's a new deepfake doing the rounds on YouTube, and while previous face-swapping efforts have been unsettling, this one is borderline disturbing.
It’s a cool june afternoon in New York and Michael J. Fox is sitting in his Upper East Side office, his dog, Gus, a lumbering rescue mutt — Great Dane, hound, Chow, some Lab — napping underfoot. The pale gray walls are decorated with rustic signs from some of Fox’s favorite vacation spots — Vermont, […]
A single Nike Air Mag trainer worn by Michael J. Fox in Back To The Future II has sold in an online auction for just over £70,000.
Iconic sneakers will be part of memorabilia sale on Sept. 26 along with items from "Pulp Fiction" and "Scarface."
In an example of life imitating the movies, a motorist has been caught speeding in his DeLorean at speeds of, wait for it, 88mph. Nigel Mills, 55, of Brentwood was actually summoned to court after being accused of getting his 34-year-old sports car, a classic DeLorean made famous by the ‘Back to the Future’ films, to 89mph… so shouldn’t he have disappeared leaving blazing tire marks? The incident took place in November of last year whereby Mr. Mills protested his innocence after receiving a court summons to Chelmsford Magistrates after two officers clocked him speeding.
In what’s probably about as close to a ‘Back To The Future’ sequel as we will ever see, Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson will reunite at the Silicon Valley Comic Con next month. Held at the San Jose Convention Center between March 18 and 20, the event will have a special section dedicated to the beloved franchise, which will include a panel, photo opportunities, and special signings. Entertainment Weekly have confirmed that three of the franchises leading starts will now be in attendance, with Christopher Lloyd, who played Doc Brown in the series, releasing a statement that explained why the convention was the perfect spot for the trio to reconcile and talk about the film.
Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reunited after all these years, and all those time-travelling capers. The pair, now some 20 years on from the first ‘Back To The Future’ movie, released in 1985, have paired up for a new ad for Toyota.
Robert Zemeckis’ iconic time-travelling comedy ‘Back To The Future’ turns 30 this year and one of the funniest parts of its sequel – set in 2015 – were the film’s predictions about life in the future. At one moment in the 1989 film a billboard reveals the Chicago Cubs have won the 2015 World Series, the joke being that the Cubs hadn’t won the baseball World Series since 1908 and likely never would do. “A hundred-to-one shot,” the charity fundraiser jokes with Marty, “I wish I could go back to the beginning of the season and put some money on the Cubs!” But now it’s looking like the Chicago team could actually win the 2015 World Series. The Chicago Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals this week to proceed to the National League Championship Series (NLCS) and will face the New York Mets or LA Dodgers on Saturday for the chance to play in the coveted World Series.