One of the desires they dream of fans has been fulfilled and all thanks to a noble cause because the actor Josh Gad joined the cast of ‘Back to the Future’, the famous movie of 1985.
The trilogy starring Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd who famously performed Marty McFly and Doc Brown, respectively; the rest of the cast was Lea Thompson, Elisabeth Shue, and Mary Steenburgen, gave life to Lorraine McFly, Jennifer Parker and Clara Clayton Brown.
During the meeting there were also the writer and director Robert Zemeckis, co-writer Bob Gale, and composer Alan Silvestri, the singer-songwriter soundtracks Huey Lewis, and the director of Star Wars and a fan of the series, J. J. Abrams.
Josh Gad joined the cast of ‘Back to the Future’ to recite some lines iconic of the film, as part of the series ‘Reunited Apart’ presenter Josh Gad, this time to the benefit of the nonprofit organization Project HOPE.
First it was the recreation part of the Fox in a famous scene, set in the corridors of the high school Hill Valley, where the time-traveler Marty realizes that his mother is encaprichada with the alias “Calvin Klein” instead of his future father, George McFly, played by Crispin Glover.
“Wait a minute, Doc. Are you trying to tell me that my mother is crazy about me? Whoa, this is heavy“read by Michael J. Fox.
Fox and Thompson recreated the first meeting of Marty with his future mother, Lorraine Baines of 17 years, where a Marty recently unconscious is horrified to learn that has been sent back through time to the year 1955.
In place of a Glover absent, Gad recited the lines of George McFly. Finally, Fox and Lloyd used to recreate the end of ‘Back to the Future Part II’, where Marty tells Doc of 1955 that has “come back from the future”.
Were not present at the meeting, mr. Glover, that you had a discussion with the producers of ‘Back to the Future’ after the first film, and Thomas F. Wilson, who played the bully Biff in all three films.
Despite the attempts of the fans to recreate classic scenes from ‘Back to the Future’ with Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr. in the role of Marty McFly and Doc Brown, respectively, Zemeckis has ruled out making a reboot or a sequel.