Michael J Fox has claimed he is proud that the Back to the Future series remains popular more than two decades after the trilogy's concluding film was released.
In an interview with Good Housekeeping magazine, the 49-year-old expressed pride that audiences still enjoy the time-travelling adventures of Marty McFly and Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) even as the futuristic technology shown in the movies becomes less far-fetched.
"If I'm changing the channel, sometimes I'll see them, and I'll pause for a second," Fox said. "I love that people still see it."
The star went on to say: "It's funny that a film about multigenerational relationships, characters over a span of generations, has become a film that's been popular over a span of generations. In fact, we're almost at the place in the future that Marty went to. Fast approaching, and there are no flying cars."