Great Scott, they’re back! Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd are taking on the characters we know and love so much — Marty McFly and Doc Brown — in the new LEGO game, ‘Dimensions’ and the trailer will give you all sorts of feels.
Sometimes you don’t realize how much you miss a character until you see them again — and that’s the case here. While the new LEGO game brings back characters from The LEGO Movie (Chris Pratt as Emmett, Elizabeth Banks as Wyldstyle, to name a few), it also incorporates in Back to the Future. You have to watch this trailer.
It’s been 30 years since B2TF graced your screen (yes, really) and now Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd are back as Marty and Doc — well, their voices are at least. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment just revealed that the new game by LEGO, Dimensions would fuse 14 fan-favorite film, TV and gaming universes together, with the voices of epic characters — including the Back to the Future duo.
From The LEGO Movie, Chris Pratt returns as Emmet, Elizabeth Banks as Wyldstyle, Alison Brie as UniKitty and Charlie Day as Benny, among other actors from the film. Joel McHale is X-PO, the game’s robot guide, and Gary Oldman is Lord Vortech, the evil mastermind who wants to control everything.
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The voices of other favorites will also be featured, including those from Ghostbusters, The Lord of the Rings, The Simpsons and Scooby-Doo. Chris Pratt is playing two different characters. In addition to his Lego Movie role, he’ll also play Owen Grady from Jurassic World, along with his co-star Irrfan Khan as Simon Masrani. Peter Capaldi is the 12th Doctor, Jenna Coleman is Clara Oswald, Michelle Gomez is Missy from Doctor Who. From the world of DC Comics, Troy Baker is Batman and Tara Strong is Harley Quinn. Stephen Merchant is Wheatley and Ellen McLain is GLaDOS from the Portal video games.
LEGO Dimensions will be available for Xbox One, the all-in one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, and the Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation4 and PlayStation3 computer entertainment systems and the Wii U system from Nintendo — all on September 27, 2015.
— Emily Longeretta