Michael J. Fox is going back to his past and rewriting his future.
‘STILL” is an authentic Michael J. Fox story from Davis Guggenheim. It recounts Fox’s extraordinary story in his world. It is produced with unprecedented access to Fox and his family. The actor recounts his journey with intimacy, honesty, and humor by incorporating documentary, archival and scripted elements. The film is Fox’s extraordinary story in his own words. It will premiere on Apple TV+ on May 12th. Watch the trailer below!
At age 16, an undersized army brat landed a part as a 12-year-old on a Canadian television show. Confident he could make it in the U.S., he moved into a tiny apartment in the slums of Beverly Hills. He struggled to scrape by three years later and was ready to retreat. But then came his breakout roles — Alex P. Keaton on the sitcom Family Ties and Marty McFly in the Back to the Future trilogy — and a superstar was born. Michael J. Fox dominated the industry for most of the 1980s and ’90s, but a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease at age 29 threatened to derail his career.