Back Again to the Additional Future?

by | December 22, 2005 | Comments

Guardian Unlimited shares some Michael J. Fox news from Moviehole.net and the lovable guy had a few interesting things to say about the (small) possibility of an additional "Back to the Future" installment. Yes, you’re skpetical right now, but deep down you know you’d go see "Back to the Future Part 4." Don’t even deny it.

From The Guardian: "Michael J. Fox is once more heading Back to the Future. The 44-year-old actor told Moviehole.net that he is in talks to star in a fourth, and final, film in the franchise, but that he would only do it if he could act his age on screen. "The only way it would work would be if I played Doc [the eccentric scientist played by Christopher Lloyd in the previous three films]. I’m 44-years-old now and I’m not interested in running around on skateboards! I think after 1, 2 and 3 we all kind of felt we had done it. And I think if they did it again now they would do it with a younger cast and just do a different realisation of it, which would be fun.""

Thoughts? Reactions? Disbelieving eye-rolls? Anyone?

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