Michael J. Fox was in a great mood when he went out to watch his New York Rangers team fight against the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday.
The 60-year-old Canadian actor demonstrated his passion for the sport by waving his fists in the air, and his wife Tracy Pillen, 61, looked at him with love during a hockey game.
Speaking in front of an audience at Madison Square Garden, Michael was in his element as he cheered the players along with his impressive wife.
Fun: 60-year-old Michael J. Fox looked in a great mood when he was passionately in love with his hockey team, while his enthusiastic wife Tracy Pollen, 61, lovingly watched him in New York on Sunday
For the match, he wore a navy blue T-shirt decorated with a graphic design and a chic leather jacket.
Tracy wore a red and white leather baseball jacket with a bumblebee logo as she also chose a sporty look.
She donned her light strands loosely in an upright style and added gold shadows to complete her look.
Team Go: Speaking in front of an audience at Madison Square Garden, Michael was in his element as he cheered on the players along with his impressive wife
The trip came after it was announced that Apple Original Films would be making a full-length documentary about Michael’s life.
The actor became famous for his role as Alex P. Keaton in the NBC sitcom “Family Ties” of the 1980s, and also starred in the trilogy of films “Back to the Future”.
The title of the untitled documentary will be Oscar winner Davis Guggenheim, according to an article published on Wednesday. The Hollywood Reporter.
Hot: for the match he wore a navy blue T-shirt decorated with graphic design and a chic leather jacket
The documentary is already in production, shooting in New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver.
The description of the project says that the documentary will follow “an incredible story about a young child from a Canadian military base who rose to the heights of fame in Hollywood in the 1980s.”
“The story of Michael’s public life, full of nostalgic thrills and cinematic brilliance, will unfold along with his never-before-seen private journey, including the years that followed his diagnosis, at age 29, of Parkinson’s disease.”
“Continuous and honest, with unprecedented access to Fox and his family, the film will describe Fox’s personal and professional triumphs and sufferings, as well as explore what happens when an incurable optimist faces an incurable disease,” the description added.
Upcoming: The release will take place after it was announced that Apple Original Films will produce a full-length documentary about Michael’s life
The documentary is being prepared by Concordia Guggenheim, which previously worked with Apple on the documentary Boys State.
Michael decided to retire in 2020 after continuing as far as his body allows, Parkinson’s disease, which can cause involuntary body tremors and stiff and inflexible muscles.
When he was 29, the doctor estimated he could have 10 years of sufficient mobility to work.
Life Story: The documentary will tell the “incredible story of a young child from a Canadian military base who rose to fame in Hollywood in the 1980s
Not wanting to publicly state that he then had a nervous system disease, he tried to include this in the roles he played.
He retired from show business in 1998 and created the Michael J. Foundation. Fox, a non-governmental organization that funds the search for a cure for Parkinson’s disease.
Last year, in a statement to the Daily Mail Australia for World Parkinson’s Day, Michael said he was “absolutely sure” they were “the spearhead” in search of a cure.
Michael J. Foundation Fox has already funded £ 767 million for research in less than 20 years.
Theme of the documentary: it will also show “his never-before-seen personal journey, including the years that followed his diagnosis, at age 29, with Parkinson’s disease”