Can you believe it's been 25 years since Robin Williams flew into our hearts as an older Peter Pan in Hook?!
Unfortunately Robin is no longer with us, but the actors who played the Lost Boys in the Steven Spielberg flick did what they do best — carry on the memory of a legend — as they got together for the 25th Anniversary of the 1991 film.
If just knowing this little reunion happened isn't good enough, you'll be happy to know that 22 Vision was on the scene to capture ALL the magic!
The production company was lucky enough to catch up with Dante Basco, Raushan Hammond, James Madio, Ryan Francis, Thomas Tulak, Isaiah Robinson, Ahmad Stoner, Bo Georghe, and Brett and Bryan Willis to snag a bunch of photos and interview them about their experiences!
Ch-ch-check out 22 Vision's FB post (below) to see the rest of the AH-Mazing pictures from their Hook 25th Anniversary Reunion while we wait for interviews and more pics from this AH-Mazing moment!
While the note was obviously heart-wrenching, the actress' generous nature also came through when she mentioned all the charities she donated to in honor of Robin's special day. Throughout his lifetime, R.W. was a big supporter of causes relating to rescue dogs, people with disabilities, and veterans.
As for the pic that accompanied the sad message, it shows the actor laughing with his three kiddos when they were younger. It's truly a perfect portrayal of the comedian's infectious spirit and the love he had for his family.
The brunette beauty wanted to do something special for her Save My Soul music video, considering the powerful ballad is her most personal production.
The 25-year-old explained that the raw song is about a struggle near and dear to her heart, saying:
"Save My Soul is about addiction. Of all kinds. I wanted to convey the feeling of powerlessness I've felt in my life in an uncomplicated way and show a range of what it might look like for others who've been there."
The pop princess dropped the emotional vid on Friday, which is actually what would have been her late father's 61st birthday.
As we reported, after Erin Moran passed away this weekend, former costar Scott Baio wrote a touching post on Facebook praising the actresses' "contagious smile, warm heart, and animal loving soul." According to Harrison County, Indiana authorities, the thespian who played Joanie Cunningham most likely died due to complications from stage 4 cancer.
Sadly, Baio -- for some stupid reason -- decided to do a 180 after paying tribute to his Happy Days love interest.