— Rachael Leigh Cook (@RachaelLCook) November 3, 2015
Say hello to your friends! The cast of the 1995 film The Baby-Sitters Club, including Rachael Leigh Cook, Bre Blair, and Marla Sokoloff, reunited on Tuesday, Nov. 3, for the movie's 20th anniversary screening in Austin, Texas.
Cook, 36, who was clearly delighted to reunite with her former costars, posed for a Twitter selfie with them on an escalator. "It's on!" the She's All That actress captioned the cute snap of herself with Blair, Sokoloff, and Larisa Oleynik. "#BSCreunion."
The film adaptation of Ann M. Martin's beloved, best-selling book series featured a group of teenage girls bonding over their babysitting business as they try to navigate the ups and downs of their personal lives. Cook portrayed Mary Anne Spier, while Blair portrayed Stacey McGill and Oleynik played Dawn Schafer. Though Sokoloff portrayed the antagonist in the movie (Margarite "Cokie" Mason), she clearly remains on good terms with her former costars in real life.
The girls later reunited with their fellow BSC alum Schuyler Fisk, who starred as club president Kristy Thomas, and Stacy Linn Ramsower, who played Mallory Pike. Rounding out the crew on Tuesday was the movie's director, Melanie Mayron.
"This. is. the. best," Fisk captioned a photo with the gang. "Here we come #drafthouse #bscreunion."
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