Epic cast reunions – Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, and more

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Watching this gives me the warm fuzzies. It’s so cool to see the cast of Ghostbusters reunited. To get a sense of their camaraderie, even after all these years (plus some behind the scenes tidbits) is a joy to watch.

But there are many more reunions to see.

Back to the Future with Christopher Lloyd, Michael J. Fox, and special guests. (27 minutes)

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If you enjoyed that you have to check out this short guest appearance. (2:51)

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The Goonies cast reunion featuring: Josh Brolin, Sean Astin, Corey Feldman, Ke Huy Quan, Jeff Cohen, Martha Plimpton, Kerri Green, Robert Davi, Joe Pantoliano, Chris Columbus, and directory Richard Donner. (26 minutes)


Splash cast reunion staring: Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah, director Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Eugene Levy, Lowell Ganz, Babaloo Mandel, and a SUPER special guest appearance that I’ll leave secret. (30 minutes)

Check out Josh Gad’s YouTube channel for more content.


What other cast reunions would you love to see?

My picks:

  • Jaws. How cool would it be to see Richard Dreyfuss, Roy Scheider, and director Steven Spielberg kicking back and rehashing the old days?
  • Star Wars. I’d love to see Christopher Walken (Han), Kurt Russell (Han or Luke), Sylvester Stallone (Han), Al Pacino (Han), Jodie Foster (Leia), Cindy Williams (Leia), Charles Martin Smith (Luke), and of course writer/director George Lucas to explain to all of them why he didn’t choose any of them to star in his masterpiece. How much fun would that be? Can you imagine how different Star Wars, and all of movie history afterward, would have changed? It’s likely that no one would have ever heard of Harrison Ford.
  • The Abyss. If only to hear the cast retelling how grueling that shoot was. It was one of the most challenging movies ever made because it was almost entirely shot underwater.
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  • jill florio

    Jill Florio Administrator

    I’m excited to watch those video reunions. What a cool idea.

    I’d add Lord of the Rings for sure, while we still have most of the actors alive. Hobbits and Wizards unite!

    Seriously. LOTR FTW!

  • jill florio

    Jill Florio Administrator

    AAAAnd there it is. I added my own wish to see The Lord of the Rings to this lineup. It’s nice being an admin… 🙂

    Hey Dan: all your picks are truly inspired too. I’d love to see all of those.

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