Back to the Future, Michael J. Fox would like a female Marty

The mythical protagonist of the saga aboard the DeLoren shared his idea for a possible remake. An idea that would really finally be futuristic in the true sense of the title, or rather contemporary, given that it fits perfectly with a new direction that the world of entertainment is trying to take: that of the woman not confined to the eternal support of a man but finally she too protagonist

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Michael J. Fox has shared his idea for a possible remake of Back to the Future: exclusively for ETsaid he would like a female lead

“I actually thought if they did the movie again, they should do it with a girl like Marty,” Fox told Brooke Anderson of ET during a recent meeting.

His words relating to this possible type of casting, with a protagonist who is no longer male but female, were exhausted in a few lines, however this release of his made its way into the hearts of many.

After that single sentence spent urging to choose a female equivalent for a remake of Back to the Future, Michael J. Fox then moved on to talk about something else altogether. Not quite anything else, since he’s always talked about the franchise. However, he spoke of a franchise in which female roles can be counted on the fingers of one hand (cut off a few fingers, too), and they are all side parts. Even if Marty’s mother clearly has a less secondary role, we always talk about roles that are far from the great protagonism of cult characters such as those of Doc and Marty, here.

His words about the franchise


Back to the Future, the reunion between Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox

“Is there something about it (of Back to the Future) that connects with people on all levels,” Michael J. Fox said of the franchise. “I feel like he will be back again.”
The actor no longer acts, also due to Parkinson’s disease from which he suffers. For now, he said, he’s excited to work with his charitable foundation that helps research and those affected by Parkinson’s disease.

He says he is grateful to be able to spend time with his family. He and wife Tracy celebrated their 34th wedding anniversary this year. The couple have four children: Sam, 33, twin girls (Aquinnah and Schuyler, 27), and Esmé, 21.

“I think these things happened because I didn’t plan for them,” she said of her life.

The reunion with Christopher Lloyd


Michael J. Fox, an honorary Oscar for his fight against Parkinson’s

Michael J. Fox recently reunited with his co-star from Back to the FutureChristopher Lloyd. It happened a few weeks ago at the New York Comic Con. The acting duo and best friends couldn’t have been more excited to spend some quality time together, as they themselves have stated.

Speaking of the colleague, Fox said that on the set of Back to the Future he “went from being this actor that I used to work with who I thought was funny and smart to being a guy who was kind of like my brother, a father figure, to now being in a way that I never expected ”.

All fans of the legendary saga of Back to the Future they could not help but be moved by seeing the embrace between the two protagonists.

“When I saw Chris at Comic Con, I just threw my arms around him because I was so happy to see him, and I will continue to do so. I feel like this every time I see him,” Michael J. Fox told the American magazine ET.

Back to the Future, Michael J. Fox would like a female Marty