Apple Original Films has announced the release of Back to the Future, a documentary about the life of the legendary star, directed by Academy Award winner Davis Guggenheim.
Became thanks to TAIL first streamer to win Academy Award for Best Picture, Apple just announced the release of a new feature film that we’re sure to hear more about: a documentary about the life of the beloved actor, protagonist of the trilogy Back to the Future, Marty McFly himself: Michael J. Fox.
The film, which has already begun production in New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver, is directed by an Oscar-winning director. Davis Guggenheimwhat from An inconvenient truth And Malalaas well as husband Elisabeth Shue who was with Fox in the second and third parts of the trilogy Zemeckis.
In addition to those three legendary films, Michael J. Fox was the star of your favorite TV series, like Keaton Houseand films that symbolize the Hollywood season such as Desire to win, war casualties brian de palma, Together for strength, Doc Hollywood, The secret of my success and many others.
In 1991, the actor was diagnosed Parkinson’s syndromea diagnosis which he announced in 1998 and which in a short time forced him to reduce the number of appearances in film and television, but never completely suspended him from work until his final retirement from the stage announced in 2021: and during these twenty and more years Michael J. Fox he became an activist committed to stem cell research and the protection of people affected by his own illness.
Film, according to Apple Original Films Official Press Release “will alternate documentary, archival and fictional elements, recounting the extraordinary life of M.J. Fox in his own words: the unlikely story of a tiny child raised on a Canadian Army base who rises to stardom in 1980s Hollywood. M.J.’s story Fox on public life, filled with nostalgic experiences and vivid movie pages, will unfold alongside never-before-seen anecdotes about his personal life, including the years since he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of twenty-nine. full of personal contributions and the entire Fox family, the film will chronicle the personal and professional triumphs and tribulations of Michael J. Fox, exploring what happens when an incurable optimist like him is faced with the disease Incurable A mixture of adventure and romance, comedy and drama, for the viewer, it will be like seeing … a Michael J. Fox film.”
The film is being produced by Concordia Studios. Davis Guggenheim, Annette Marion (Oprah’s Master Class), Will Cohen (Divide and Conquer) and Jonathan King (Spotlight, Rome, Green Book) – Producers; Lauren Powell Jobs (“Boy State”, “A Thousand Cuts”), Jonathan Silberberg (“Time”, “Boy State”, “Summer of the Soul” […Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised]”), Nicole Stott (“Time”, “State of Boys”, “Summer of the Soul […Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised]”), with longtime MJ Fox executive producer Nell Fortenberry (“The Adventures of the Incurable Optimist”) serving as executive producer. This project marks the second partnership between Apple and Concordia Studio after the Emmy-winning documentary Boys State.
Source: Coming Soon
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