The “future” isn’t what it used to be for this famous pair of time travelers who landed in 2015, one more time. On their first trip, during the film Back to the Future II, there were flying cars, hoverboards, and the Chicago Cubs had won the World Series.
Actors Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd were met with thunderous applause and a standing ovation from the studio audience last night as they arose from their time traveling Delorean on the stage of Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The two reprised their roles as Marty McFly and Doc Brown on the perfect day: October 21, 2015 is the exact date the famous movie characters in 1985 chose to arrive in a futuristic Hill Valley in the wildly popular “Back to the Future” sequel.
On the stage last night, the pair were disappointed in our real-life twenty-first century–a future without flying cars or “real” hover boards.
They were also shocked to see our “tiny supercomputers” were mainly used for taking selfies and sending emojis.
The veteran actors Fox, 54, and Lloyd, who turns 77 today, took fans ‘back in time’ for the best ten minutes of laughter this current space-time continuum could offer.
Wait ‘til they hear the Cubs were eliminated in the play-offs.
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