Back to the Future stars reunite following the film's 36th anniversary
By Ray Ampoloquio August 23, 2021
Back to the Future is one of the most iconic movies in cinema history.
The sci-fi comedy, which first premiered back in 1985, might not have gotten the future right, but it did give older Millenials a ton of memories.
As a franchise, Back to the Future is still relevant today.
it's only understandable that fans and even newer audiences are asking for a reboot.
A reboot or a remake of Back to the Future probably isn't going to happen any time soon.
However, Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox did reunite recently just in time for the film's 36th anniversary.
The original Back to the Future trilogy pulled in nearly $1 billion in the global box office on a more modest $99 million budget.
Given its success, you can't help but wonder if a reboot or sequel is ever going to come.
However, it appears that there is a slim chance of this ever happening.
Fox has since retired from acting and he is basically the only actor that could play Marty MacFly.
Meanwhile, Robert Zemeckis, the writer and director of the original trilogy, holds the rights to the franchise.
He's also mentioned before that he'd do everything he could to block any attempt at a remake or a reboot.
With that said, it was nice to see Fox and Lloyd get together for a photo as the franchise celebrates its 36th anniversary.
The trilogy isn't just beloved among audiences, it is still a staple in the sci-fi genre.
People still point to the trilogy when arguing how time travel should work.
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