They were the headliners of the cult saga Back to the future. On October 8, comedians Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox, interpreter of Doc and Marty McFly were reunited during an exceptional conference at Comic Con in New York. What do they become?

After the success of Back to the Future, comedian Christopher Lloyd continued his career on the big screen. Fans had the joy of finding him in the role of Uncle Fetid in The Addams Family in 1991. Even today, the 83-year-old star is present in the American cinematographic landscape. In 2022, the actor starred in two feature films titled Spirit Halloween and Nandor Fodorand the Talking Mongoose. On the small screen, Christopher Lloyd has also been seen in his hit series such as NCIS: Special Investigations, Chuck, Malcolm or again New York, criminal section.

Comedian Michael J. Fox, meanwhile, decided to retire several years ago due to his illness. In 1998, the interpreter of McFly revealed to have Parkinson’s disease. During this conference, the 61-year-old actor also wanted to thank his fans who have continued to support him in this ordeal. “You gave me my whole life,” he began by explaining and continuing that his illness had given meaning to his life: “The best thing that happened in my life was this thing. Parkinson’s is a gift. I’ve told people it’s a gift and they’re like, ‘you’re crazy.’ ‘bring.’ But it’s a gift and I wouldn’t change it for the world… It’s not about what I got, it’s about what I got (with it),” he said. -he tells.

Planet invites you to discover in photos the two legendary actors.