15 items from 2014
It was a year of epic reunions, with a slew of our all-time favorite casts from the big and small screens meeting up from Los Angeles to Paris. We know they didn’t all reunite just to make our hearts burst with happiness, but it sure feels that way. Feeling nostalgic? Get ready to really Omg when you see these star sightings.
1. Mean Girls
Ten years after the now-classic comedy hit theaters, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Lindsay Lohan and Tina Fey posed for a celebratory Entertainment Weekly magazine photo shoot. And the fab five weren’t the only cast members of Mean Girls to hang in 2014 -- Amy Poehler and Daniel Franzese helped Lizzy Caplan celebrate her birthday and an Emmy nom at Los Angeles’ Chateau Marmont back in August. (Franzese even hashtagged their selfie #northshore10yrreunion, because Damien is everything.) With these joyous meetings also came some sad news: Fey told EW it’s too »
Nice seeing you, dude! Joshua Jackson reunited with his Cruel Intentions costar Ryan Phillippe while stopping by the Today show on Monday, Oct. 6. Jackson, 36, was on the morning program to discuss his new drama, The Affair, while Phillippe sat down with the hosts to talk about his upcoming hostage thriller, Catch Hell. The Dawson's Creek alum was reflecting on the 20th anniversary of his beloved 1994 movie, D2: The Mighty Ducks, when his thoughts trailed to Cruel Intentions. "Randomly, one of your other guests today, I [...] »
It really warms our hearts when the cast of a film remain friends after the film wraps. Which is why we love these photos of the cast of D2: The Mighty Ducks, who got together Sunday to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the film's release. The quack attack is back, Jack! Christopher Redman posted this photo of the cast forming the film's iconic "flying V" formation on a tennis court, and Marguerite Moreau posted pics with the other cast members, now all grown up. Notably missing: Joshua Jackson, Kenan Thompson, and Emilio Estevez. But despite those absences, there doesn't appear »
In 1992 Emilio Estevez (The Breakfast Club) starred as former hockey player turned successful lawyer turned drunk driver turned peewee league coach Gordon Bombay in The Mighty Ducks – titled Champions in the U.K. – Disney’s low budget ice hockey family drama. It turned out to be a surprise hit, spawning two sequels and launching the careers of some well known actors. Actress Marguerite Moreau who played Connie in all three Ducks movies initiated a cast reunion of sorts via her Instagram when she posted a picture of a Mighty Ducks whistle accompanied by the status “calling all brethren”.
The reunion consisted mainly of the D2: The Mighty Ducks cast including Mike Vitar who played Luis Mendoza, Garette Ratliff Henson who played Guy, Vincent Larusso who played Adam Banks, Aaron Lohr who played Dean Portman, Shaun Weiss who played Goldberg and Scott Whyte who played the Iceland captain Gunnar Stahl.
Unfortunately Emilio Estevez, »
- Gavin Logan
There was a Mighty Ducks reunion over the weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of D2: The Mighty Ducks. But don.t worry if you.re instantly feeling depressed because you weren.t there to mark the occasion, because the cast has bombarded the internet with pictures to document their reconciliation. The posse even took it upon themselves to recreate their infamous Flying V formation from the films, but rather than standing on an ice-rink for the picture they used a tennis court instead. Despite this minor discrepancy it.s hard not to feel nostalgic looking at the group together again. But the fun didn.t stop there! The cast rallied together for numerous photographs as the afternoon wore on. Perhaps the most impressive of the batch transformation-wise was the thinned down Shaun Weiss, who infamously portrayed the rather portly goalkeeper Greg Goldberg in the franchise. You »
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- Stacy Lambe
The cast of D2: The Mighty Ducks reunited over the weekend, and took the opportunity to recreate their famous 'Flying V'.
Marguerite Moreau, who played Connie Moreau, kept fans up to date on the reunion via Instagram, posting various pictures from the get-together.
One picture saw Shaun Weiss next to a poster of his character Goldberg, along with the caption: "Boys grow up to be men #Goldberg #mightyducks #20yearreunion."
The 1994 film was followed by another sequel, D3: The Mighty Ducks, in 1996.
Jackson - who played Charlie Conway - recently voiced his support for a fourth film, telling Time magazine: "I feel like a fourth film should happen, and if there was space for any of the original kids to come back and have a role, »
And yes, they had to recreate the Flying V.
Ducks fly together, indeed!
Cast members from the 1994 classic D2: The Mighty Ducks reunited Sunday, September 21, to celebrate the film's 20th anniversary, and thankfully, actress Marguerite Moreau (Connie) and her husband Christopher Redman let everyone in on the fun on Instagram.
Though Joshua Jackson and Emilio Estevez were noticeably absent from the festivities, key cast members were present including Sandlot actor Mike Vitar (who played Luis Mendoza in the film), Garette Ratliff Henson (Guy Germaine), Moreau, Vincent Larusso (Adam Banks), Aaron Lohr (Dean Portman) and Scott Whyte, who played their memorable rival Gunnar Stahl (the captain for the Iceland team).
The Mighty Ducks -- which tells the story of a self-centered lawyer (Emilio Estevez) sentenced to community service coaching a youth hockey team -- was a surprise hit in 1992, and spawned a trilogy that still holds a special »
The Ducks are back together! The all-grown-up cast of the hit 1994 movie D2: The Mighty Ducks recently reunited in honor of the film's 20th anniversary and the reunion photos are wonderfully nostalgic. Over the weekend, star Marguerite Moreau and her husband Christopher Redman documented the get-together on their social media accounts. In one group photo, Moreau poses with co-stars Mike Vitar (Luis Mendoza), Garrett Henson (Guy Germaine), Vincent Larusso (Adam Banks), Aaron Lohr (Dean Portman) and Scott Whyte (Gunnar Stahl). She captioned the smiley shot, "Mike Vitar, @garretth Vincent Larusso Aaron Lohr and Scott Whyte #mD2 #mightyducks #20yearreunion." In another, Moreau hugs Henson, who played »
Quack! Quack! Quack!The stars of "Mighty Ducks" reunited over the weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of "D2: The Mighty Ducks" -- but a few of the most recognizable hockey players were noticeably Mia.While Joshua Jackson, Kenan Thompson and Emilio Estevez all missed the memo, the actors who played fan favorites like Goldberg, Luis Mendoza, Adam Banks and Connie Moreau were all on hand for the gathering of former Disney stars.And yes, they even formed the "Flying V."Marguerite Moreau (who played Connie) and her husband Christopher Redman shared a ton of photos from the reunion, showing us how much the stars have all changed in the past two decades.Both Marguerite and fellow female Duck Colombe Jacobsen looked amazing at the meetup, while a few of the former teen heartthrobs proved they've still got it.And wait until you see what Goldberg looks like now!Check »
- tooFab Staff
If you heard the familiar "Quack, quack, quack!" refrain from "The Mighty Ducks" off in the distance this weekend, you weren't hallucinating: Most of the cast staged an epic reunion on Sunday in honor of the 20th anniversary of "D2: The Mighty Ducks," and recreated the film's iconic Flying V.
Marguerite Moreau, who played Connie in the "Ducks" trilogy, posted a series of photos to her Instagram account (along with her husband, Christopher Redman) documenting the awesome occurrence, complete with a massive, 21-person Flying V featuring just about every important character to grace the "Ducks" series throughout its three-film run.
Two glaring omissions, as pointed out by MTV, were Joshua Jackson and Emilio Estevez, a.k.a. Charlie Conway and Gordon Bombay, who somehow missed the memo about Sunday's gathering. While it doesn't seem like a true "Ducks" reunion without them, the number of cast members that assembled for the event was still pretty impressive, »
- Katie Roberts
The original Duck(s) Dynasty! The cast of beloved '90s movie, D2: The Mighty Ducks, reunited Sunday, Sept. 21, for the film's 20th anniversary, which was documented by mainstay Marguerite Moreau. The beloved childhood comedy released in 1994 told the story of coed kids' hockey team coached by Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez). After an embarrassing loss against Team Iceland, Bombay's Team USA regroups to win the Junior Goodwill Games against their rival country. The beloved sequel was considered to be even more successful than its predecessor, The Mighty [...] »
Charlie Conway forever! Time magazine got its ducks in a row this month (pun intended) when it reached out to Mighty Ducks star Joshua Jackson (Conway), director Peter Berg, writer Steven Brill, and more for interviews to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the cult classic's sequel, D2: The Mighty Ducks. (The Disney hit first became a classic with the 1992 original Mighty Ducks. In 1996, its third installment, D3: The Mighty Ducks, premiered.) Cue the Bash Brothers and "Goldberg!" memories—and read what they had to say! 1. Darker [...] »
Is the beloved Mighty Ducks franchise getting a fourth film?!
If Joshua Jackson has anything to do with it, definitely.
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In a new interview with Time to celebrate D2: The Mighty Ducks' 20th anniversary, Jackson said that he would definitely come back to his breakout role as Charlie Conway.
"I feel like a fourth film should happen, and if there was space for any of the original kids that come back and have a role, I would be surprised that anybody didn’t want to do it," he said. "The next generation should have its own version. Not that we need to come back as adults, but I hope my kids grow up and play pickup hockey and I hope that they have their own movies like my generation had those movies. In that way, yeah, of course »
During an extensive discussion about the 20th anniversary of D2: The Mighty Ducks with Time, Kerner said that Disney has approached him about a follow-up movie, but said that he was still trying to find the right story to tell.
"There have been a number of times that we have discussed with the studio the idea of either bringing it back and bringing it back possibly with one or two of the guys who are now in their thirties as the coaches, and having a few more of them be their friends in their lives and having the kids come back," said Kerner.
"And I've been pitched a story two or three times. It hasn't been the right story yet, but the idea of doing that is »
15 items from 2014
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