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34 Then And Now Photos From Your Favorite Film Casts


There are some movies where the cast has amazing chemistry and they end up being friends even after the shooting of the film. It is also a good sign of a successful movie. Some of the great movie casts that remained friends through the years, reunite and thanks to social media, Good Morning America and Entertainment Weekly we are able to see that. Entertainment Weekly puts together a reunion, and Good Morning America covers it on air.

Scroll down to see the pictures of the reunion of the greatest movie casts ever, courtesy of Ranker.

Hook – Then

Photo:  Hook

The Peter Pan inspired movie, Hook was directed by Steven Spielberg in 1991. One of the boys from the cast was Robin Williams portraying Petar Pan.

Hook – Now

Photo: @22Vision/via Twitter

They look too grown up, right? Yes, this is a reunion of the Lost Boys, 25 years after the movie released. Dante Basco, Raushan Hammond, Isaiah Robinson, Jasen Fisher, James Madio, Thomas Tulak, Alex Zuckerman, and No Nap gathered to celebrate the anniversary.

A League of Their Own – Then

Photo:  Columbia Pictures

The Rockford Peaches were representing the professional all-female baseball league in the 1940s. The movie was released in July 1992.

A League of Their Own – Now

Photo: Geena Davis Institure on Gender in Media/Facebook

The badass ladies reunited for a special game in 2016. Davis, Tracy Reiner, Anne Ramsey, Ann Cusack, Freddie Simpson, Megan Cavanagh, and Patti Pelton got together onMother’s day for the game.

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory – Then

Photo: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Did you also want to be one of the five to get the golden ticket? The movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was released on 30 June 1971.

Charlie and The Chocolate Factory – Now

Photo: Fourthords/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY 3.0

Those kids from the factory grow up in real life actually. Five of them  Mike, Augustus, Veruca, Violet, and Charlie reunited in 2011 in order to celebrate the incredibly 40th anniversary of the film.

The Big Lebowski – Then

Photo: The Big Lebowski

The bowling movie was directed by the Coen brothers, Joel and Ethan and released 1998.
“That movie has more of an enduring fascination for other people than it does for us,” Joel Coen said in an interview.

The Big Lebowski – Now

Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty Images

Not once, but every year there is a gathering called Lebowski Fes where the fans dress as the movie characters. For the 2011 fest, the cast was reunited for a Q & A.

The Goonies – Then

Photo: The Goonies

The film in which the outcasts were running through caves treasure-hunting, was directed by Richard Donner and released in 1985.

The Goonies – Now

Photo: Ambrose Heron/Flickr/CC BY 2.0

You can’t even recognize their faces now, right? This is a 20th anniversary of the release of The Goonies. They reunited to celebrate in 2009.

Clueless – Then

Photo: Clueless

The movie that won our hearts in 1996, Clueless was directed by Amy Heckerling and was an adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma.

Clueless – Now

Photo: Pinterest

The cast reunited in 2012 with only one person missing, Brittany Murphy who passed away three years before.

Napoleon Dynamite – Then

Photo: Napoleon Dynamite

The movie which turned budget of 400.000 to a gross of 44 million dollars, was directed by Jared Hess and released in 2004.

Napoleon Dynamite – Now

Photo: Napoleon Dynamite/Facebook

The movie cast has reunited on the same release date, only ten years later to celebrate the anniversary.

The Princess Bride – Then

Photo: The Princess Bride

25th September 1987  was the release date for the fairytale adventure, The Princess Bride.

The Princess Bride – Now

Photo: Cassie Jaye/Twitter

Entertainment Weekly reunited the full cast in 2009, except the deceased Andre the Giant.

The Breakfast Club – Then

Photo: The Breakfast Club

John Hughes was the director of the epic movie from 1985. The featured song Don’t You (Forget About Me)” by Simple Minds became an even greater hit after the movie.

The Breakfast Club – Now

Photo: The Breakfast Club/Facebook

Everyone from the cast, except Estevez, attend a Film Society of Lincoln Center screening of the amazing movie to celebrate its 25th anniversary, in 2010.

Ghostbusters – Then

Photo: via Imgur

The Oscar and Golden Globe-nominated comedy was directed by Ivan Reitman and released in 1984.

Ghostbusters – Now

Photo: via Pinterest

Even though there was a remake of the movie, the original cast reunited in 2014 and graced the cover of Entertainment Weekly.  “I knew it was gonna be a huge movie,” disclosed Murray at the cover shoot. “At that point, we were still watching Yankee Doodle Dandy on TV, so I thought we had a shot.”

The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Then

Photo: via Twitter

“It’s astounding! Time is fleeting,” are the first words of “Time Warp” in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) and it was right on point.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Now

Photo: via Imgur

The cast members Susan Sarandon, Patricia Quinn, Barry Bostwick, Meat Loaf and Tim Curry have recently reunited for Entertainment Weekly photo shoot.

Forrest Gump – Then

Photo: via Reddit

Not only in America but all around the world, Forrest Gump (1994) taught us a lesson with the touchy story of a slow-witted man and a supportive mother.

Forrest Gump – Now

Photo: via Twitter

Mykelti Williamson, Gary Sinise and Tom Hanks, the cast of the movie, took this selfie together, backstage at Gary Sinise’s Hollywood Salutes Heroes event, in 2014.

School of Rock – Then

Photo: via Twitter

Richard Linklater’s School of Rock, released in 2003, was about a teacher who teaches music.

School of Rock – Now

Photo: via Pinterest

There was a reunion concert for the cast who celebrated their 10th anniversary.

The Way We Were – Then

Photo: via Imgur

The epic romantic drama The Way We Were, starring Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford was released in 1973.

The Way We Were – Now

Photo: via Reddit

The co-stars reunited at Chaplin Awards in 2015, after more than 40 years.

The Sound of Music – Then

Photo: via Twitter

The soul-stirring story in the film was based on the real-life one of the  Von Trapp Family Singers. It was directed by Robert Wise and released in 1965.

The Sound of Music – Now

Photo: via Pinterest

Christopher Plummer and Julie Andrews reunited on the 50th-anniversary article on the movie on Vanity Fair.

Goodfellas – Then

Photo: via Imgur

Martin Scorcese’s great movie, Goodfellas was released 1990.

Goodfellas – Now

Photo: via Imgur

Most of the cast, except Pesci, reunited on The Tribeca Film festival, in 2015.

A Christmas Story – Then

Photo: via Imgur

Bob Clark’s film, A Christmas Story (1983), has been based on humorous writings of Jean Shepherd.

A Christmas Story – Now

Photo: via Reddit

In 2003, the cast has reunited to celebrate the 20th anniversary with a special DVD.

Source: Ranker

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