If the Chicago Cubs makes it to the World Series, Christopher Lloyd, who played 'Doc' in the "Back To The Future" movies, would love to throw out the first pitch. What does he think of the Chicago Cubs reference in the movie?

 

Actor Christopher Lloyd, who turns 77 next week, loved playing Dr. Emmett Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy so much, he would reprise the role in a heartbeat if a fourth film were made.

Fans know this, but if you forgot, October 21, 2015 is approaching and the day is being called 'Back to the Future Day'. It coincides with the exact date in Back to the Future: Part II when Marty travels to the future from 1985.

Bryan Bedder, Getty Images
Bryan Bedder, Getty Images

Back to the Future: Part II is getting so much attention in my house and around the globe because in the movie, 'Marty' played my Michael J Fox, gets the idea to gamble in the past once he learns the Cubs win the World Series in 2015. And, with the Cubs moving on to National League Championship Series, who knows.

What does Christopher Lloyd think? According to The Hollywood Reporter, "I didn't even remember about the Cubs until someone brought it up a few days ago. If Chicago makes it to the World Series, it would fun to throw out the first pitch. Maybe it'll happen. We'll see. They got to get there first."

Go Cubs Go and make this happen.