Category Archive: Past MJF Projects

News and information about any past Michael J. Fox-related projects

Site Updates (told you it wasn’t dead)

The Good Wife page has been updated and reformatted. A new page for the motion picture Annie has been added. Remember to ‘Like’ the Michael J. Fox Database Facebook page – trivia, pictures and minor news stories are posted there regularly.

My take on the ‘new’ “Teen Wolf” series

I have just recently started watching MTV’s “Teen Wolf” live-action series and I have to (reluctantly) admit that it’s much better than I thought possible. It’s aimed at teens but the characters are likeable enough that it can be enjoyed by adults. In other words, these teens aren’t (all) obnoxious. Fans of the original will …

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Classic TV Saturday

Check out Michael J. Fox’s episode of the iconic 80’s series “The Love Boat.” Co-starring Charo!

Blast From the Past: Lay’s Potato Chip Ad

Co-starring Bryan Cranston of “Malcolm in the Middle” and “Breaking Bad” fame, this ad for Lay’s Potato Chips first aired during the 1998 Super Bowl. (Which explains why I didn’t see it. 🙂 )

“Lucky Man: A Memoir” $1.99 for Kindle

Amazon is currently offering the Kindle edition of Lucky Man: A Memoir for only $1.99, 85% off the normal price. Get yours now – this price probably won’t last for long.

BTTF III: Silent Movied

Recently, several movies have been given the Silent Movie treatment, including Back to the Future III (see below). To see more of these clips, visit the Daily Mail site.

Alert for All Pennsylvanians!

The Hershey Theatre in Hershey, Pennsylvania will be screening Back to the Future on April 21. Visit their site for more details.

BTTF Script, first draft

The first draft script of Back to the Future has been added to the site.

Teen Wolf Reunion Screening

Recently in Santa Monica, California at the Aero theater, Teen Wolf was screened followed up by a question and answer period with the cast and filmmakers of the 1985 film. Michael J. Fox was not able to attend but almost all of the rest of the main cast was there. That would have been nifty …

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Read-Along with Ryan North

Ryan North, author of Dinosaur Comics, has a new blog venture where he will post his thoughts and observations about the novelization of the first Back to the Future film. I have this book, although it is several states away, but it has been over 25 years since I read it. However, I do remember …

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