The actors and the director gathered to help raise funds to fight the coronavirus.
American actor Josh Gad (voiced by Olaf the snowman in the animated film “Frozen”) arranged on his YouTube channel a real gift for fans of the Back to the Future movie trilogy. In one issue of his Reunited Apart show, he brought together all the key creators of the legendary franchise. Stars connected to the conversation via video.
The video features actors Christopher Lloyd and Michael Jay Fox (Doc and Marty), as well as Leia Thompson, who played Lorraine McFly, directed by Robert Zemeckis, composer Alan Silvestri and screenwriter Bob Gale. They told a few details about making films, for example, how they fought for the name of the franchise. In addition, the already aged actors played a couple of scenes from films, and at the end a whole orchestra of self-isolated musicians performed for the stars the cult composition The Power of Love, which sounded in the picture.
However, such a gathering of celebrities took place for a reason. Gad organized his own show (and this was only the second issue) to raise funds for the fight against coronavirus. The public had a lot of attention to the video, as many were expecting a possible announcement of the continuation of the trilogy. Did not wait.
Recall that the first film “Back to the Future” was released in 1985. The actor Christopher Lloyd, who played in him an extravagant scientist who built a time machine, is now 81 years old.