11 Celebrity Moments That Were Probably Taken From a Time Machine
When we witness iconic moments on-screen, they can live rent-free in our minds. Sometimes, we find happiness when we reminisce about those moments, even more so when we see them again through a newer lens. Our favorite stars might just have the thing for our longing hearts as they recreate some iconic photos once again.
1. Ansel Elgort with Shailene Woodley
Tears surely flowed when fans first finished The Fault in Our Stars back in 2014, and Augustus and Hazel Grace became the star-crossed lovers we wished had ended up together. However, fate still has something in store for them. Elgort and Woodley oozed TFIOS vibes in a photo from their trip to Italy this year, and fans couldn’t have been happier.
2. Michael J. Fox with Christopher Lloyd
The iconic time-traveling duo, Marty McFly and Doc Brown, once again brought Back to the Future fans to tears as they reunited with lots of hugging and bright smiles at a New York Comic Con event. This will be the thirty-seventh year since the blockbuster sci-fi hit premiered in theaters.
3. Kimberly J. Brown with Daniel Kountz
Halloween in the late ’90s was made even more magical when Halloweentown and its sequels came on our television screens. However, the actress who played Marnie Piper found more than witchcraft and adventures while portraying the young witch. Kimberly J. Brown struck a friendship with her co-star, Daniel Kountz, over the years. Now they’re engaged, as they happily shared in a cheeky post.
4. The Friends cast
As one of the longest-running shows in TV history, with 10 seasons, Friends has gathered legions of fans under its belt. It’s no wonder the actors missed each other after the show’s final season. However, the cast seems like a gift that keeps on giving by gracing our screens once again for a quick special, plus a few get-togethers too.
5. Laura Dern with Sam Neill
The 2 most iconic paleontologists in film history surprised fans when they reprised their roles as Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ellie Sattler in the newest installment of the Jurassic Park franchise, and they seem to have had fun on set as seen in a few photos and videos by Laura Dern and Sam Neill.
6. Bette Midler with Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy
The Sanderson sisters are back to keep the Halloween spirit alive after nearly 3 decades since the first Hocus Pocus. Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy reprised their roles as the iconic witches, Winifred, Sarah, and Mary, for a sequel of the Halloween classic.
Not only were fans thrilled to see the 3 back together, but the ladies also enjoyed the reunion. “As soon as we walked on the set, the dynamic between the 3 of us was exactly the same as it was 30 years ago,” Midler said.
7. Jennifer Garner with Mark Ruffalo
Mr. and Mrs. Flamhaff’s happy ending in 13 Going on 30 ensured a lasting following from fans of the classic rom-com. As wholesome as they can be, Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo agreed to serve their fans with an updated version of their “couch” photo from the flick.
8. Lisa Kudrow with Mira Sorvino
In a brief reunion for a movie about a reunion, Lisa Kudrow and Mira Sorvino donned their iconic pink and blue ensembles to serve a full-on “Romy and Michele” and tease a sequel that might be in the works. But recent updates from both ladies prove that the tease was nothing but wishful thinking.
9. Mandy Moore with Shane West
A Walk to Remember walked, so The Fault in Our Stars could run. The tear-jerking love story of Jamie and Landon has garnered a massive following since the film was released in 2002. And fans were as shocked and delighted as Mandy Moore when Shane West surprised her during her Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony.
10. Miranda Cosgrove with Jerry Trainor and Nathan Kress
It’s been 10 years since the last episode of iCarly aired, yet Carly, Spencer, and Freddie are still going strong in real life. They even decided to give the show another go with a revival, and now they’re on their second season already.
11. Harrison Ford with Jonathan Ke Huy Quan
We can definitely hear Short Round saying, “I love you, Indy,” from Jonathan’s post of him and Indiana Jones himself, Harrison Ford, sharing a warm hug backstage at Disney’s D23 Expo, and fans of Temple of Doom began brewing rumors of another film starring the 2.
What was your favorite iconic moment from our list? What movie or TV show do you feel nostalgic about right now?