Michael J. Fox appeared in high spirits as he stepped out to watch his team, the New York Rangers, face off against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday.
The Canadian actor, 60, displayed his passion for the sport as he threw his fists in the air while his wife, Tracy Pollen, 61, looked on lovingly during the ice hockey game which took place saw the New York team win 4-3.
Speaking to the Madison Square Garden audience, Michael was in his element as he cheered on the players with his loving wife.
Amusing: Michael J. Fox, 60, looked in good spirits as he passionately cheered on his ice hockey team while his loving wife Tracy Pollen, 61, watched lovingly in New York on Sunday
He donned a dark blue T-shirt, adorned with a graphic pattern and a stylish leather jacket for the game.
Tracy wore a red and white leather baseball jacket with a bumblebee emblem as she also went for a sporty look.
She wore her loose blonde locks in a straightened style and added a sweep of golden eyeshadow to complete her look.
Team GB: In front of the Madison Square Garden crowd, Michael was in his element as he cheered on the players with his loving wife
Passionate: He donned a dark blue T-shirt, adorned with a graphic and a stylish leather jacket for the match
Elsewhere in the crowd, Stranger Things stars Gaten Matarazzo, 19, and Noah Schnapp, 17, performed entertainment.
Gaten opted for a quirky look by sporting a pale green knit cardigan which he wore over another long sleeve knit.
Noah wore a backwards baseball cap as he waved a flag above his head during the thrilling game.
Rachel Brosnahan, 31, donned a New York Ranger baseball cap to show her support as she posed for a selfie with husband Jason Ralph, 36.
Pals: Elsewhere in the crowd, Stranger Things stars Gaten Matarazzo, 19, and Noah Schnapp, 17, presented entertainment
Fun: Noah wore a baseball cap backwards as he waved a flag above his head during the thrilling game
Intense! Gaten opted for a quirky look by wearing a pale green knit cardigan which he wore over another long-sleeved knit.
Michael’s exit comes after it was announced that a feature-length documentary about Michael’s life will be produced by Apple Original Films.
The actor shot to fame playing Alex P. Keaton in the 1980s NBC sitcom Family Ties and also starred in the Back To The Future trilogy of films.
The untitled documentary will be directed by Oscar winner Davis Guggenheim, according to an article published Wednesday by The Hollywood Reporter.
Take on the crowd: Rachel Brosnahan, 31, donned a New York Ranger baseball cap to show her support
Yay! Rachel could barely contain her excitement at the start of the game
Cute! She posed for a selfie with husband Jason Ralph, 36, as they documented their trip
Congratulations: The New York Rangers fought off the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins, winning the game 4-3
The documentary is already in production and filming is taking place in New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver.
The project description stated that the documentary would follow “the unlikely story of an undersized child from a Canadian Army base who rises to the heights of Hollywood stardom in the 1980s”.
“Michael’s tale of public life, full of nostalgic thrills and cinematic brilliance, will unfold alongside his untold private journey, including the years since his 29-year-old diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.”
“Intimate and honest, and produced with unprecedented access to Fox and his family, the film will chronicle Fox’s personal and professional triumphs and struggles, and explore what happens when an incurable optimist faces an incurable disease. “, added the description.
Coming soon: The release comes after it was announced that a feature-length documentary about Michael’s life will be produced by Apple Original Films
The documentary is produced by Guggenheim’s Concordia studio, which previously worked with Apple on the Boys State documentary.
Michael made the decision to retire in 2020 after continuing as long as his body allowed with Parkinson’s disease which can cause involuntary body tremors and stiff, inflexible muscles.
When he was 29, a doctor estimated he might be 10 years old from being mobile enough to work.
Life story: The documentary will follow “the unlikely story of an undersized child from a Canadian army base who rose to the heights of stardom in 1980s Hollywood
Unwilling to state publicly that he had the nervous system disorder at the time, he tried to incorporate it into the roles he played.
He retired from showbusiness in 1998 and established the Michael J. Fox Foundation, a non-governmental organization that funds research for a cure for Parkinson’s disease.
In a statement to Daily Mail Australia for World Parkinson’s Day last year, Michael said he was “absolutely certain” they were “the tip of the spear” in finding a cure.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation has already funded £767 million in research in less than 20 years.
Subject of the documentary: He will also present “his unprecedented private journey, including the years following his diagnosis, at 29, of Parkinson’s disease”