Our little hearts are filled with joy at the reunion of our favourite Back To The Future characters.
Back To The Future II has basically come to life as four of the main characters reunited 33 years after the original movie was released.
Marty McFly, his nemesis Biff Tannen, Doc Brown, and his mum Lorraine Baines/McFly AKA Michael J Fox, Thomas Wilson, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson reunited for one heck of an Instagram snap.
Christopher Lloyd couldnt help but get a shot of himself reuniting at Fan Expo Boston with his time-travelling co-stars, simply captioning it: This was special.
Understatement of the century right there.
They previously reunited in 2015 for the original movies 30th anniversary, and it seems like weve waited an age for an updated pic.
The quartet chatted all things Back To The Future at the expo, even addressing the bonkers idea that there should be a fourth sequel to the franchise.
Thomas Wilson told the crowd: Basically, I think America is saying, Come on theyve wrecked every other franchise with bad sequels, why not this one? Cmon, we would watch it until it sucks.”
Michael J Fox confessed though that the whole idea was out of their hands, as co-creator Bob Gale is the gatekeeper of the franchise, implying another sequel is not to be.
The expo was filled with Marty McFly lookalikes, as fans dressed in the life preserver jacket that became synonymous with the character – prompting MJF to comment he hated his characters garb.
Im impressed with all these people in these vests, Lea Thompson, who played Marty McFlys mother, said. Its 100 degrees and everyones wearing these vests.
Michael commented his original outfit had been so hot and was adorned with silly Velcro.
It looked great but it was terrible to wear, he said, according to MassLive.com.
Speaking of filming the cult movie back in the 80s, when Michael J Fox was filming Family Ties during the day and BTTF by night, he commented: My life was just a blur.
When the movie came out, it shocked me cause I had no idea what it was going to be, because I had no chance to live with it.
It just happened overnight.
Lea Thompson then gave her two pennies worth on what she thought the true meaning behind the trilogy was – which earned her huge cheers from the audience.
She said: This movie was so powerful to show to your children because its the idea that if you do the right thing, if you have the courage, if you stand up for yourself at the right moment of your life, you can change not only your future but your childrens future.
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