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Reunited ‘Back to the Future’ stars look back to the past

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TODAY’s Matt Lauer sits down with Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson as they look back at the iconic “Back to the Future” film trilogy, in which they starred. They reveal that the script originally called for Marty McFly and Doc Brown to time-travel in a refrigerator rather than a DeLorean, and Thompson admits her “weird sense of humor” drew her to the role in which her character unwittingly develops a romantic infatuation for her own son!