Most great franchises get revived sooner or later, but there’s actually one legend that has managed to survive.
most of big movie franchise Who created history in cinema in his time Sooner or later their resurrection has come to an end. The list of examples is long: happened to foreign, Jurassic Park, matrix, the ghostbusters, terminator and a long etcetera, in some cases as a ‘remake’ as a new-and-only film and in others, as a new sequel that also spawned its own new saga of feature films. however, there is an iconic science fiction franchise which, apart from being world famous, is considered one of the best ever Succeeded in keeping it intact. Three films were released between 1985 and 1990 which destroyed and recorded their characters in history and that’s all.
return to the future was, is and will be One of those sagas that triggers the nostalgia factor For any movie lover. The tandem formed by Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) is undoubtedly One of the most respected and loved in the industry And his films have managed to fascinate several generations over the decades, while some of his unmistakable elements such as the DeLorean, the Flujo Condenser, the Almanac or the Hoverboard They have become a part of popular culture and knowledge around the world.
such is the effect of the trilogy return to the future that, especially at a time when it doesn’t seem like there’s another life left, It is even more curious that a fourth film has not been developed, which is a sequel to the previous one, or at least a ‘remake’. In fact, several times to confirm the launch of the franchise have been the subject of hoaxes. Back to the Future IV Through a very diligent ‘teaser’ which from time to time again receives a certain notoriety in the networks but it is only a montage.
But the reality is that, at least for now, the trilogy return to the future Intact: return to the future (1985), back to the future ii (1987) Y Back to the Future III (1990), all of them under the leadership of Robert Zemeckis.
Will you get the fourth installment? The reality is this: Robert Zemeckis has final authority and Not only does he have no intention of reviving the franchise, but he has shown himself prepared to fend off any attempts that may arise.
Similarly, screenwriter Bob Gale, co-producer of the films with Zemeckis, has acknowledged on various occasions that I don’t want to see a sequel to the original trilogy that Michael J. Fox could not participate, Which is undoubtedly 50% of the film. As is popularly known, the interpreter has been suffering from Parkinson’s since 1990 and has long been forced to curtail his acting career beyond small roles, cameos and collaborations. For his part, Christopher Lloyd has enthusiastically and fondly mentioned the possibility of a fourth film, but only with the original cast on board, for the second part of the unforgettable trilogy. What we all know is impossible due to the state of Fox’s health.
“If it was about the money, we’d do Back to the Future IV”Bob Gale confessed in statements many times In which he clarified that the proposal has been considered. “They offered us lots of money to do it.”
But we have already made a lot of money. You know, we won’t spoil our kids by earning more money. We’ve made so many sequels years later where you’re like, ‘Oh my God, leave her alone.’
A decision that has undoubtedly been highly praised and applauded by the franchise’s most loyal fans, who, like Gale, have seen how other unnecessary sequels screw up something that was already done right. Whereas, return to the future Still very much alive in other ways. Gale himself wrote a stage musical adaptation, while the most famous time travel story in history continues to inspire a new generation of creators.