It’s been 25 years since Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd appeared in Back to the Future Part III, the final film in the trilogy, but now fans get to look forward to the actors returning to the roles of Marty McFly and Doc Brown.
It just won’t be on the big screen.
Upcoming video game Lego: Dimensions melds together some of the more beloved franchises in pop culture history. Included among its settings is Back to the Future‘s Hill Valley, and both Fox and Lloyd will be lending their voices to the Lego minifigure versions of their characters from the films. It’s not the first time the pair has participated in such a revival: both voiced the characters in 2011’s Back to the Future: The Game, but Fox, 54, and Lloyd, 76, aren’t the only actors participating in this game.
Lego: Dimensions which just might feature the most all-star cast in a video game ever, also features Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Charlie Day and Allison Brie reprising their roles from The Lego Movie, as well as Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard as Lego versions of their Jurassic World characters. Peter Capaldi will be playing Doctor Who, alongside every doctor in the history of Doctor Who ever, Matthew Lillard will be voicing Shaggy from Scooby-Doo, and as-of-yet unspecified actors will be voicing characters from Lord of the Rings, Ghostbusters and The Simpsons.
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Basically, if you ever thought that Unikitty should be friends with the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, your dreams are about to be realized.
Lego Dimensions will be released for various platforms on Sept. 27.