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Michael J. Fox gives an in-depth look into his legendary career and harrowing battle with Parkinson’s disease in Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie. The Davis Guggenheim-directed film, comprised of documentary and archival footage along with scripted elements, premieres Friday (May 12) on Apple TV+.
The Canadian actor, who rose to stardom as Alex P. Keaton in the 1980s sitcom Family Ties, went on to find success on the silver screen starring in cult classics like Teen Wolf and Back to the Future.
Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1991 at age 29. He continued to act for almost two decades before officially retiring in 2020 and releasing the bestselling memoir, No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Morality.
Fox reflected on the moment he decided to retire in a recent interview. “I thought of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,” he recalled. “There’s a scene where Leonardo DiCaprio’s character can’t remember his lines anymore. He goes back to his dressing room and he’s screaming at himself in the mirror. Just freaking insane. I had this moment where I was looking in the mirror and thought, ‘I cannot remember it anymore. Well, let’s move on.’ It was peaceful.”
Read on for ways to stream Still for free.
How to Stream Michael J. Fox’s Movie from Anywhere
If you’re subscribed to Apple TV+, you can stream Still from your iPhone, TV, Macbook, iPad and other IOS and Android devices. Simply log into the Apple TV+ app to watch the movie.
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Watch the trailer for Still below.