Apple TV+ announces documentary about Michael J. Fox

Apple TV+ today announced a new documentary that will focus on the life of Michael J. Fox, known to the general public for his role as Marty McFly in the trilogy Back to the future.

A documentary on Michael J. Fox will see the light of day

The film, directed by Davis Guggenheim, which will incorporate documentary, archival and scripted elements, will tell the story of Michael J. Fox in his own words: the unlikely tale of a short kid from a base. Canadian serviceman who rose to stardom in 1980s Hollywood. The actor’s tale of public life, full of nostalgic thrills and cinematic brilliance, will unfold alongside his untold private career, including the years who followed the diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, at the age of 29.

Billed as intimate and honest, produced with unprecedented access to the actor and his family, the film will chronicle the personal and professional triumphs and woes of Michael J. Fox, and explore what happens when an incurable optimist faces an incurable disease.

There is currently no title for this documentary, just as there is no information on the release date. We only know that filming is underway in New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver.

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