Robert Zemeckis, the director of "Back to the Future", wants to continue with the business of the film that gave him unanimous critical recognition worldwide, for that reason is in negotiations for the film continues to have the same success than before but this time on stage.
The writer, producer and film director, along with Bob Gale, co-writer of the films, and Alan Silvestri, composer of the soundtrack, are in deep negotiations to bring the films of Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd to the Broadway stage.
The idea would be to turn the story of the first film in a musical with the help of the creators of the 1985 movie.
The movie "Back to the Future" featured on the soundtrack with some legendary songs like "The Power of Love" by group Frankie Goes to Hollywood, or "Johnny B. Goode" by Chuck Berry, who played Michael J. Fox on the prom parent in the past.
Now the big question is who will star in this musical adventure, since, unfortunately, Michael J. Fox suffers from Parkinson and Christopher Lloyd is already 73 years old.
To mark the 25th anniversary and a meeting place for fans of "Back to the Future" actor Michael J. Fox has shot the same trailer with which promoted the first part of the saga. This made all the fans of the series will enjoy a big way, with just 1:20 seconds that promotion, when everybody saw the actor re-enacting, for short time, the character that made him jump to fame.
Do they like, the fans, the outcome of who will perform music from the movie script? Would you be disappointed? Will they see the theater or they prefer to continue to have the image of "Back to the Future" in cinemascope and TV?