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We are going to 2020, five years after Marty McFly and ‘Doc’ (Emmett) Brown went to the future to return to 1985, the future of 1965, a time that they were also. Confused? Just watch, or review, the films in the “Back to the Future” trilogy. 35 years after the first film opened, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, the actors who play the above characters, respectively, shared a photo together at a poker event to help find a cure for Parkinson's disease.

Christopher Lloyd's photo shared on Instagram

In the image description shared on InstagramChristopher Lloyd writes: “Going 88mph for the @michaeljfoxorg Poker Night ♠ ️ ♦ ️ (“ going 141.6 kilometers per hour for Michael J. Fox's poker night ”in Portuguese). This is an event that Michael J. Fox holds every year to raise funds for his research foundation on Parkynson's disease.

Michael J. Fox is currently 58 years old. In addition to this trilogy, he was known for the roles he played in the series Family Ties (Who goes out to his own), in which he won three Emmy Awards, and Spin City, which earned him a fourth award. In 1991 he was diagnosed with Parkinson's, having revealed that he had the disease in 1998. In 2000, he created the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research function.

Over the years, Christopher Lloyd, who is 81, and Michael J. Fox have appeared at some public events together, having worked together again in 2010 and 2011 in a “Back to the Future” video game.

The three “Back to the Future” films were released in 1985, 1989 and 1990. Rumors have recently surfaced that the film would have a new version with Tom Holland, but were disproved.

Parkinson's disease is a degenerative disease that affects motor skills and affects the human nervous system. Currently, it is not known what causes it, but it affects more than 10 million people, second the Parkinson Foundation.


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