Jessica Simpson, Mariah Carey, Lenny Kravitz, Alex Trebek, Alicia Keys, Matthew McConaughey and Michael J. Fox were among the celebrities getting personal in memoirs this year.
Diana, Princess of Wales, not only attended the blockbuster event in London, she also sat right next to the actor during the screening.
The "Back to the Future," "Family Ties" and "Spin City" star has been thinking about his mortality as he enters the 30th year of his Parkinson’s disease battle — and deals with other health challenges, like having to relearn how to walk after a recent spinal surgery.
Writer-producer Bob Gale and co-star Lea Thompson dish "Back to the Future" behind-the-scenes secrets on the day Marty McFly time-hopped into the future.
Plus, producer Scott Rosenfelt reveals the "Teen Wolf" nude scene he regrets today.
Here's a first look at the newest game and gear marking Marty McFly's major milesone.
Michael J. Fox discusses his battle with Parkinson's disease and how working for a cure has been a "gift" to him.
Iconic sneakers will be part of memorabilia sale on Sept. 26 along with items from "Pulp Fiction" and "Scarface."
Although Oscars are usually awarded for achievements in serious drama, that doesn’t mean we all can’t have a few laughs while the little gold men are being doled out.
The stars shared personal stories in support of immigration and freedom of expression at UTA event.
For less than 100 lucky customers around the world, the decades-long wait for a real-life version of the auto-lacing Nike (NYSE:NKE) “Air Mag” sneakers from Back to the Future II is nearly over. Nike will auction off a limited number of tech-enabled pairs later this month, the company announced Tuesday. All proceeds from the auction, which begins Tuesday and runs through Oct. 11, will go to The Michael J. Fox Foundation to aid efforts to find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease, the debilitating neurological disorder that affects the Back to the Future actor and millions of people worldwide.
Two time travelers named Marty McFly and Doc Brown interrupted Jimmy Kimmel Live. Wednesday was October 21, 2015, the date that Doc and Marty traveled to in the movie Back to the Future Part II. After they realized they’d successfully traveled to the year 2015, the two had a few questions for Jimmy Kimmel. Marty asked, “Do you at least have hoverboards?”
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for: Back to the Future Day! On Today Matt Lauer brought in the film’s stars, Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, and Lea Thompson, to reflect on the film. The original script for BTTF was rejected dozens of times before finally being given a chance. Despite its zany premise and some of the suggestive subject matter involving a mother-son time paradox crush, Lea Thompson was onboard from the start.
So, who wants a Back to the Future Part IV movie? Christopher Lloyd most definitely does. When asked by the Hollywood Reporter if he’d reprise his role as Doc in a fourth film, Lloyd said “I would love to play Doc again, no question.” He went on to say, “I can’t see doing another sequel without Michael J.