“Back to the Future” stars Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reunite at New York Comic Con
“Back to the Future” followers went wild Saturday when actors Michael J. Fox, 61, and Christopher Lloyd, 83, reunited onstage at New York Comic Con.
The pair from the sci-fi comedy, which debuted 37 years in the past, have been seen embracing one another with a hug at first of a panel. According to SYFY.com, the 2 reminisced over their roles as Marty McFly and Doc Brown.
“I cherish these moments! Thank you to @newyorkcomiccon , my expensive good friend @realmikejfox , and most significantly all you great followers who present up 12 months after 12 months. This is all due to you! This is heavy!” Lloyd posted on his Instagram.
Fox additionally spoke to followers about being identified with Parkinson’s illness in 1991, when he was 29 years outdated, SYFY.com studies.
“You guys have given me my entire life,” Fox mentioned. “The neatest thing that occurred in my life was this factor. Parkinson’s is a present. I’ve mentioned to individuals it is a reward they usually say, ‘You’re nuts.’ I say, ‘Yeah, however it’s the reward that retains on taking.’ But it is a reward and I would not change it for something … It’s not about what I’ve, it is about what I’ve been given.”
In 2023, New York Comic Con is scheduled to be held Oct. 12-15 on the Javits Center in New York City.