The cast of Back To The Future reunited at a fan convention in Portland, Oregon on Saturday.
Lea Thompson, 61, who played the role of Lorraine in the first two films in the franchise, shared a heartwarming selfie with her cast members during the event.
The Switched at Birth alum was joined by Michael J. Fox, 61, Christopher Lloyd, 84, and Tom Wilson, 63.
Thompson captioned her post, “Wow honestly I had the best time today with my #bttf family.”
She added: “So many fun fan moments and a llama.”
Reunited: The cast of Back to the Future reunited at a fan convention on Saturday; Seen from left to right: Christopher Lloyd, Michael J. Fox, Lea Thompson and Tom Wilson
Dream team: Lloyd and Fox played Dr. Emmett Brown and Marty McFly in the hit film (pictured right in action)
Still close: Thompson played on-screen Fox’s mother Lorraine Baines McFly, who meets Marty when she’s a 1950s teenager after he travels back in time
Softie at heart: Wilson is best known for playing the bully Biff Tannen (pictured right with his nemesis Marty)
The beauty also shared more moments on her Instagram stories, including two adorable pics with Fox, who played the legendary Marty McFly in all three films.
The Spin City alum took to his Instagram Stories to share a group photo with his arms around his fellow cast members.
He wrote: “Love being at these FanExpo events and seeing some of my favorite people like Lea, Tom, Chris and all you #bttf fans. Difficult.’
Wilson, who appeared as Biff Tannen, shared a selfie of the group with the caption: “Okay so that’s what happened. 2023.’
Thompson also included several videos with her co-stars and a behind-the-scenes look at the event in her post.
In one of the videos, she caught Lloyd posing as Dr. Emmett “Doc” Brown, the legendary scientist, performed.
‘Look who’s there. Look what the cat dragged in,” Thompson said of Lloyd, and they both boasted with smiles on their faces.
Another clip showed her snuggling up to Wilson and calling him “my favorite, favorite guy ever.”
Old friends: Thompson shared plenty of snaps of the sweet reunion
Cuddling: The actress caught Lloyd in a video and said: ‘Look who’s here. Look what the cat brought in’
Wilson then replied: “I love this lady. It’s so great to see you. You are so fabulous.’
She responded, citing the popular insult to Wilson’s character from the films: “I’m an asshole, right?”
He then recalled his character by gently hitting Thompson on the head with his fist and saying, “Hello, anyone home?”
Fox and Lloyd had a minor reunion in October when the two shared an emotional moment at Comic-Con in New York.
The pair shared a warm embrace on the Comic-Con stage before attending a panel together almost 40 years after the release of the first film.
Love: She said, ‘I’m an asshole, right?’ to which Wilson responded with his character’s iconic line, “Hello, anyone home?”
“The best thing about this film was working with Chris,” he said, adding that he found it “fun” to work with Chris “because he’s just awesome.”
He also said the pair had an “immediate chemistry,” while Lloyd called Fox the “king of exposure.”
Another topic for many fans was Fox’s deteriorating health.
The Doc Hollywood actor was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1991.
Throwback: “The best thing about this film was working with Chris,” Fox said, adding that he found it “fun” to work with Chris “because he’s just awesome”; Fox as Marty McFly
It was obvious the degenerative disease was taking its physical toll as he was seen swaying as he took to the stage at the Comic-Con event.
Since his diagnosis, the legendary actor has focused his life on raising money for research into the disease.
He has since raised over $1 billion in research funding through the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
In November, Fox was awarded an honorary Oscar for his work on the disease.