In 1993, director Richard Linklater released his seminal coming-of-age story, 'Dazed and Confused.' Set in 1976, the film follows a group of high school kids on the last day of school. The next year's senior class are basking in their new authority and plotting ways to torment the incoming freshmen, while everyone is just trying to find a way to make it to the big end-of-year party.
Twenty years later, we take a look back at the cast of the film and see what they're doing now.
Released in 1981, George Miller's follow-up to 'Mad Max' hit theaters. 'Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior' follows Mel Gibson's Max Rockatansky character as he helps defend a community of settlers in a future post-apocalyptic landscape from a group of criminals and savages. With the new film 'Mad Max: Fury Road' on the way, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at the cast of this classic sequel and see what they're up to 32 years later.
Released in 1988, the dark comedy 'Heathers' follows a clique of popular high school girls (all named Heather) who invite newcomer Veronica (Winona Ryder) into their group. But Veronica is quickly fed up with all of their vanity and cruelty, and hatches a plan with her new, similarly dark-minded beau to take the trio down. Twenty-five years later, we take a look back at the cast of the film and see where they are now.
In 1995, former 'SNL' writer and actor Bob Odenkirk teamed up with his friend, comedian David Cross for a new sketch show for HBO: the subversive and witty 'Mr. Show with Bob and David,' featuring a line-up of alternative comedians and writers who, along with Cross and Odenkirk, would go on to have much bigger careers. The show was canceled in 1998 after just four seasons, and while it was nominated for four Primetime Emmy awards, it never took home a trophy.
15 years later, we take a look back at the cast and see how far they've come now.
Judd Apatow followed up his acclaimed television series 'Freaks and Geeks' (produced by Apatow, created by Paul Feig) with 'Undeclared,' a similarly -- and tragically -- short-lived series. This time, the plot followed a group of college freshmen struggling to navigate their new adult lives and all the friendships and relationships along the way. The show ended in 2002 after just one season, but found an extended life on DVD and helped kickstart the careers of Charlie Hunnam, Seth Rogen, and Jay Baruchel. 11 years later, we head back to the fictional University of Northeastern California and see what our favorite freshmen are up to now.
In 1987, director Paul Verhoeven unleashed 'RoboCop,' a sci-fi action flick and darkly comic satire starring Peter Weller as Alex Murphy, a cop who is murdered and brought back to life by the corporation OmniCorp to protect and serve as the cyborg known as RoboCop. After 26 years, two sequels, and a remake on the way, we take a look back at the cast of the original film and see where they are now.
In 1994, 'My So-Called Life' debuted on ABC and was instantly praised for its frank portrayal of teenage life. The show followed Angela Chase (Claire Danes), an insecure teenager struggling through high school as she befriends the "cool kids" and leaves her preppy best friend behind. 'My So-Called Life' focused on hard-hitting issues like teenage homelessness, alcoholism, and abuse, and it introduced teen girls everywhere to Jared Leto and his hair.
Though it only lived for one season, 'My So-Called Life' is still hailed to this day as a landmark television series. Almost 20 years later, we take a look back at the cast and see what they're up to now.
Based on the real-life experiences of writer (and 'Law and Order' creator) Dick Wolf, 'School Ties' follows a young Jewish man named David Greene (Brendan Fraser) as he's accepted into a prestigious prep school and must hide his religious background from his antisemitic classmates. Released in 1992, the film boasted an incredible cast, including then little-known actors Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. 21 years later, we take a look back at the cast and see what they're up to now.
Released way back in 1986, 'Back to School' was based on a story idea by the late, great comedian Rodney Dangerfield and co-written by Harold Ramis. Dangerfield starred as Thornton Melon, a wealthy but woefully uneducated man who enrolls in college when his despairing son admits that he wants to drop out. Shenanigans and valuable life lessons ensue, of course.
27 years later, we head 'Back to School' to take a look at the cast of the film and see where they are now.
Released in 1997, 'Romy and Michele's High School Reunion' follows two ditzy high school best friends and former outcasts as they try to reinvent themselves to impress the popular crowd at their high school reunion. Starring Lisa Kudrow and Mira Sorvino, the film is a comedic look at growing up, friendship, and staying true to yourself. 16 years later, we take a look back at the cast of the film and see where they are now in a very special reunion of our own.
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