Following his reunion with Christopher Lloyd from Back to the Future at New York Comic Con, Michael J. Fox moved audience members to tears. Here is a video of their reunion:
The reunion that touched our hearts
On Saturday, October 8, Fox, 61, entered the stage first. While there, he stopped briefly to give fans an air guitar rendition of Marty McFly’s manoeuvres from the movie’s famous “Johnny B. Goode” routine. The Goode scene
He was joined by Lloyd, and they exchanged hugs before sitting on a couch to answer questions from fans.
Fans who had been waiting for the stars of the 1985 sci-fi classic to reunite were left in tears by the touching reunion, which turned out to be a bittersweet moment.
Fan Carl Mitchell uploaded the video to Facebook and wrote: “Back to the Future reunion at New York Comic Con. Michael J. Fox is such a fighter, so it makes me sad to see him like this. That embrace with Christopher Lloyd was very heartfelt.
The video quickly gained popularity as it was shared on social media, with one user commenting on Twitter that “I’m not sobbing, you’re crying.”
“Simply the finest,” another user tweeted. I made an effort to contain my tears, but it was unsuccessful. These two are great. Simply put, Michael J. Fox is the most incredible person alive. Oh my heart, Christopher Lloyd.
Another person said, “The most lovely and heartwarming video will make you cry. #michaeljfox is a brave, inspirational, and hero. He has always maintained a bond with Christopher Lloyd.
A lot of people applauded Fox for having a “heroic” attitude in the face of Parkinson’s disease, which damages the brain and results in symptoms including rigidity and shaking. Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1991.
“I have three generations of Parkinson’s in my family, and the internal self-consciousness and external stigma are genuine,” one commenter said. A hero, Michael J. Fox. My happy tears were brought on by this.
An additional person remarked: “My father-in-law fought Parkinson’s disease for many years before passing away a few months ago. It is harsh. I started crying when I saw how hard Michael J. Fox worked and how courageous he was. Enormous respect for him
In a 2017 interview with AARP, Fox expressed his extreme gratitude for all he has been able to accomplish.
I mean, I’m piloting a ship on stormy seas on the brightest of days, it’s the lack of an inner gyroscope, a sense of balance, or peripheral perception that you can’t see.
He went on: “When people ask me if I will be free of Parkinson’s in my lifetime, I am quite direct and reply, “I’m 60 years old, and science is hard. So, no.”
“Some days are difficult. There are certain days that are harder than others.
But the illness isn’t what drives me; it’s just something that’s connected to my life.