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Here Are 15 Movies Turning 15 In Summer 2015

Yes, we're all very old now.

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1. Gladiator

Released: May 5, 2000Fun fact: Mel Gibson was apparently the original choice to play Maximus (Russell Crowe), but he passed on the part. At 43, Gibson didn't know if he could take on such a physically demanding role.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
DreamWorks Pictures / Via impawards.com

Released: May 5, 2000

Fun fact: Mel Gibson was apparently the original choice to play Maximus (Russell Crowe), but he passed on the part. At 43, Gibson didn't know if he could take on such a physically demanding role.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

2. Center Stage

Released: May 12, 2000Fun fact: Maureen is supposed to be the American Ballet Academy's prima ballerina, but she doesn't do much dancing on screen. That's because actress Susan May Pratt was the only cast member without any formal dance training.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: May 12, 2000

Fun fact: Maureen is supposed to be the American Ballet Academy's prima ballerina, but she doesn't do much dancing on screen. That's because actress Susan May Pratt was the only cast member without any formal dance training.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

3. Road Trip

Released: May 19, 2000Fun fact: Director Todd Phillips makes a cameo as the "foot lover on the bus." Phillips would, of course, go on to direct Old School and The Hangover films.Where to watch: Amazon, iTunes
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Released: May 19, 2000

Fun fact: Director Todd Phillips makes a cameo as the "foot lover on the bus." Phillips would, of course, go on to direct Old School and The Hangover films.

Where to watch: Amazon, iTunes

4. Big Momma's House

Released: June 2, 2000Fun fact: Big Momma's House is one of only four movies to be released on Enhanced Versatile Disc, or EVD, a short-lived Chinese rival to the DVD. Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: June 2, 2000

Fun fact: Big Momma's House is one of only four movies to be released on Enhanced Versatile Disc, or EVD, a short-lived Chinese rival to the DVD.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

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5. Gone In 60 Seconds

Released: June 9, 2000Fun fact: The customized 1967 Ford Mustang used in the film — nicknamed Eleanor — sold for $1 million at auction in 2013. Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: June 9, 2000

Fun fact: The customized 1967 Ford Mustang used in the film — nicknamed Eleanor — sold for $1 million at auction in 2013.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

6. The Patriot

Released: June 29, 2000Fun fact: The filmmakers originally wanted Kevin Spacey to play Col. William Tavington (Jason Isaacs), but after paying out Mel Gibson's $25 million salary, there wasn't enough money left in the budget to afford Spacey.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
Columbia Pictures / Via imovies-guide.com

Released: June 29, 2000

Fun fact: The filmmakers originally wanted Kevin Spacey to play Col. William Tavington (Jason Isaacs), but after paying out Mel Gibson's $25 million salary, there wasn't enough money left in the budget to afford Spacey.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

7. The Perfect Storm

Released: June 30, 2000Fun fact: None of the fish seen in the movie are real. They're all rubber or animatronic, because director Wolfgang Petersen is an animal rights advocate.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: June 30, 2000

Fun fact: None of the fish seen in the movie are real. They're all rubber or animatronic, because director Wolfgang Petersen is an animal rights advocate.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

8. Scary Movie

Released: July 7, 2000Fun fact: The original script called for a cameo from scream queen and Halloween star Jamie Lee Curtis. Unfortunately, the filmmakers couldn't get Curtis to sign on to the movie.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: July 7, 2000

Fun fact: The original script called for a cameo from scream queen and Halloween star Jamie Lee Curtis. Unfortunately, the filmmakers couldn't get Curtis to sign on to the movie.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

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9. X-Men

Released: July 14, 2000Fun fact: Russell Crowe was director Bryan Singer's first choice to play Wolverine. The Gladiator star passed on the part, but recommended his friend Hugh Jackman for the role. Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: July 14, 2000

Fun fact: Russell Crowe was director Bryan Singer's first choice to play Wolverine. The Gladiator star passed on the part, but recommended his friend Hugh Jackman for the role.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

10. What Lies Beneath

Released: July 21, 2000Fun fact: Director Robert Zemeckis filmed What Lies Beneath while taking a break from Cast Away, so Tom Hanks would have time to drop all that weight.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: July 21, 2000

Fun fact: Director Robert Zemeckis filmed What Lies Beneath while taking a break from Cast Away, so Tom Hanks would have time to drop all that weight.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

11. Coyote Ugly

Released: August 4, 2000Fun fact: Jessica Simpson was originally cast as Violet (Piper Perabo), but backed out when filmmakers refused to cut the sex scene. Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: August 4, 2000

Fun fact: Jessica Simpson was originally cast as Violet (Piper Perabo), but backed out when filmmakers refused to cut the sex scene.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

12. Bring It On

Released: August 25, 2000Fun fact: Most of the extreme moves seen at the movie's final competition are illegal in high school cheerleading competitions.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: August 25, 2000

Fun fact: Most of the extreme moves seen at the movie's final competition are illegal in high school cheerleading competitions.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

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13. Almost Famous

Released: September 15, 2000Fun fact: The film's original title was Untitled, but the studio wouldn't sign off on it. However, Cameron Crowe's director's cut is subtitled "Untitled."Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
DreamWorks Pictures / Via fanpop.com

Released: September 15, 2000

Fun fact: The film's original title was Untitled, but the studio wouldn't sign off on it. However, Cameron Crowe's director's cut is subtitled "Untitled."

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

14. Billy Elliot

Released: September 22, 2000Fun fact: Jamie Bell took dance lessons in real life before landing the title role, and drew from his personal experience with being bullied for taking ballet to play Billy Elliot.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: September 22, 2000

Fun fact: Jamie Bell took dance lessons in real life before landing the title role, and drew from his personal experience with being bullied for taking ballet to play Billy Elliot.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

15. Remember the Titans

Released: September 29, 2000Fun fact: The real Petey Jones, played by Donald Faison in the movie, still works at T.C Williams High School as a security officer.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes
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Released: September 29, 2000

Fun fact: The real Petey Jones, played by Donald Faison in the movie, still works at T.C Williams High School as a security officer.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes