Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd teaming up for ‘Back to the Future’ reunion
The original team of “Back to the Future” is back again. Actors Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd are back together again to bring alive their “Back to the Future” characters for a Lego Dimensions Video Game. Read pm/
When the original movie was first shot, Fox played Marty McFly, a teenager who meets a time travelling professor Doc Brown, who is played by Lloyd, and travels back in time and ends up meeting his parents when they were teenagers. The director, Robert Zemeckis, was so concerned that Fox was growing up so fast that he shot the sequel alongside the first movie. But apparently Fox’s age doesn’t matter anymore, given that he will only be providing the voice for his character in the Lego Dimensions Video Game. Lloyd is also going to provide voiceover for his character in the original movie, Doc Brown.
Like all Lego Dimensions games, this game is going to be a mish mash of characters from several different franchises getting together on one big adventure. Harry Potter, Gandalf, Doctor Who, Marty McFly, Krusty the Clown, and Scooby Doo all get together in this video game to have a really fun adventure together.
The best thing about the Lego Dimensions games are their variety. You get all these different characters playing their stereotypical roles as the game progresses. It makes for a really good time. The new game is going to include the voices of many notable stars such as Chris Pratt, Gary Oldman, Elizabeth Banks, Peter Capaldi, and Bryce Dallas Howard. Readers only need to reference the “Lego Movie” to know that the video game is going to be awesome. We hope that the game is just as funny as the movie.
Lego Dimensions is slated to be released on Sept. 27, 2015.
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