Contributed by: Another Actor
wanted "Michael J. Fox-type money" and outpriced himself from participating in the sequel. He ended up suing Steven Speilberg for using footage of him from "Back to the Future Part I" without permission. Glover said: "They put a false nose, chin and cheekbones and a wig on.
Contributed by: David Jones
Shooting began in February 1989, and was completed in June 1989. The movie was made under the working title of "Paradox".
was the original Jennifer, but it's always been cited that she didn't reprise the role due to "personal reasons".
The hoverboard sequences were shot with actors on dolleys or sometimes hung by wires. In other shots, they had their shoes screwed into the board to give the illusion of the boards hugging their feet.
Biff's hotel was actually a model of the Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas.
Contributed by: Lindsey D.
The duplicated Johnny B Goode scene took two days to film. Michael J Fox
said it was a lot harder doing the same moves four years after the first film.
(Allegedly) Michael J. Fox forgot how to ride a skateboard in the four years since the first film.
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