Let’s face it: the odds of another Back to the Future movie happening are slim, at least during the lifetimes of filmmakers Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale. But just in case they have a change of heart and decide that a Back to the Future 4 is a good idea after all, there’s at least one member of the original cast who will gladly show up for more. Christopher Lloyd, who embodied the time traveling scientist Dr. Emmett “Doc” Brown in the original trilogy, appeared at Niagara Falls Comic Con last month and spoke about his idea for a fourth film in the franchise. Read More »
In this edition of Sequel Bits:
- Jessica Chastain shares a new photo from It: Chapter 2
- The Shape towers over a victim in an awesome new Comic-Con exclusive Halloween poster
- Christopher Lloyd gives an update about Back to the Future 4
- New books and comics are coming that will be set in the Blade Runner universe
- And more!
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Posted on Thursday, October 15th, 2015 by Jacob Hall
There are many potential roadblocks standing in the way of a Back to the Future 4, but the participation of the original Emmett “Doc” Brown is not one of them. The great Christopher Lloyd doesn’t have the power to actually get a sequel off the ground, but according to a new interview, he certainly wouldn’t say no if the project crossed his desk. So there you have it. An original cast member has said “back,” “to,” “the,” “future,” and “four” in public, in the right order. Cue the “Will a Back to the Future sequel happen?” chatter.
Read what Lloyd has to say about a potential Back to the Future 4 after the jump.
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