The stars of 'Back To The Future' reunited virtually on Monday - nearly 35 years since the first film hit theaters - to reminisce about the film while raising money for coronavirus relief efforts.
The reunion, hosted by actor Josh Gad for his YouTube series "Reunited Apart" included Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, co-write Bob Gale and director Robert Zemeckis. Actresses Mary Steenburgen and Elisabeth Shue, Huey Lewis and composer Alan Silvestri also joined the fun!
During the reunion, the group talked about filming the series and reenacted some of the films' classic scenes. J.J. Abrams also popped into the group to test them on the 'Back To The Future' knowledge.
The first episode of 'Reunited Apart' featured the entire cast of 'The Goonies.'