"Back To The Future" Reunion Photo Is Too Good

If there's a single great testament to Back to the Future as a series and Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd in their performances, it's that somehow, nobody has tried to remake these movies yet. The two met up at a charity poker tournament to benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation, whose research hopes to finding a cure for Parkinson's disease, which Fox has endured for years. Back in 2018, they both joined up on the red carpet for a fundraising event for The Michael J Fox Foundation, the Parkinson's charity Fox founded following his own diagnosis.

The pair - who starred in all three of writer/director Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future films together as Marty McFly and Emmet "Doc" Brown - took a few photos together, celebrating their reunion on Instagram.

During the panel discussion, the actors also weighed in on whether fans could expect to see another Back to the Future sequel one day.

The pair are due to reunite again later this year for a 35th anniversary screening of Back to the Future, to launch the 11th annual TCM Classic Film Festival, which takes place 16 to 19 April in Hollywood.

Fox and Lloyd have remained good friends even after filming for the trilogy ended. Back to the Future hit another surge in popularity back then, and Fox and Lloyd did some appearances together back then, but seeing them together never gets old.

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