The Lost Boys aren't boys anymore.
Steven Spielberg's classic film "Hook" is turning 25 this December and the cast reunited to celebrate.
Production company 22 Vision got the gang back together to honor the milestone with a photo shoot and, most recently, a video of what Peter Pan's kids and the Lost Boys are up to now.
Both Amber Scott, who played the adorable Maggie at the age of 6, and Charlie Kosmo, who played Peter Pan's son Jack, left acting to pursue academics -- though Kosmo briefly returned to the big screen as a lead in the film "Can't Hardly Wait." Both went on to graduate college and Kosmo graduated from Yale Law School. He is now an attorney and law professor.
The young boy from the Bronx who played Don't Ask, James Madio, has continued a successful acting career, working with both Dustin Hoffman and Spielberg again since "Hook."
To catch up with the rest of the cast, check out the video.
The cast took a stroll down memory lane and put the old costumes back on, though probably in slightly bigger sizes, mimicking the same poses from years ago.
But it wasn't all fun and games. The cast also to paid tribute to the film's star, Robin Williams. The reunion came just days before the second anniversary of Williams' death.
“I think for all of us [Robin’s death] was the death of our childhood,” Dante Basco, who played Rufio, leader of the Lost Boys, told Entertainment Tonight. “There's sadness there. Also there's a lot of space to kind of celebrate one of the most legendary artists of our time.”
22 Vision has promised more reunion content to come.