In today's, "Holy hell, I'm old," moment, we bring you images from Entertainment Weekly's third annual Reunion Issue. The magazine revisits television hits like Melrose Place and several films, including: E.T., Clueless, Some Kind of Wonderful and Vacation. We've previewed those images for you, below. Everyone's grown up and grown older — which is a fun and terrifying thing to witness.
We're guessing it wasn't easy to bring someone like Chevy Chase to the set, knowing how cranky and difficult the Community star can be, but the Griswolds are together again for the Vacation photo shoot. "We have this standing thing, like 'We gotta go into Warner Bros. and pitch another movie!' 'Yeah, let's do it!' And then we'll go — 'Who's the head of Warner Bros. now?' 'I don’t know. What are you doing on Saturday?'" Vacation star Beverly D'Angelo told EW.
Perhaps the biggest OMG flashback is with the E.T. crew. Henry Thomas is posed on the iconic bicycle in his red hoodie making us feel like proud grandparents. Fellow child star Drew Barrymore shared a few touching moments about her time on set. "I have a really profound memory of everything. E.T. feels like it was a couple years ago. It seems in some ways a lifetime ago, but not in the memory department… I loved taking care of E.T. I loved how much I felt nurtured and safe with these gentlemen. It was a really perfect environment, and I was just happy every day."
Mary Stuart Masterson admits that all most fans mention about Some Kind of Wonderful
is "that part where you get the earrings," and Breckin Meyer reveals his part in Clueless
was inspired by Sean Penn from Fast Times
and Keanu Reeves in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
. Check out more Reunion
images and interviews on EW
Some Kind of Wonderful