It's Been 15 Years Since "School Of Rock" Was Released And The Cast Just Reunited

    The band is still rockin'.

    Let's cut to the chase here: School of Rock (2003) is one of the noughties' greatest works of cinema. It has bops, iconic lines, and Joan Cusack drinking beer and singing Stevie Nicks. I literally don't think we could ask for anything more.

    Well, since it's now 2019 and time is a thing that passes, the movie just celebrated its 15th birthday, which makes us all officially old AF.

    So, to commemorate the anniversary and to make us all feel even more ancient than we already did, a few of the film's stars got together for a New Year's Eve celebration and, of course, they posted it all over Instagram.

    A couple of cast members were missing — like Miranda Cosgrove, duh — but there were some truly iconic faces in attendance. So let's have a look at what they're up to now...

    Becca Brown, who played bassist Katie, is still acting and still occasionally hanging out with Jack Black.

    Brian Falduto, who appeared in the movie as the iconic stylist Billy, is a singer/songwriter and a life coach for members of the LGBTQ community.

    Aleisha Allen, who played singer Alicia, is now (in her own words) an actress-slash-speech-language-pathologist, which is quite the combo.

    Zach Infante — otherwise known as lighting designer Gordon — is currently living their best life performing on Broadway.

    James Hosey, who played Marco and was in charge of special effects, is now making his ~own~ music.

    And Caitlin Hale — who starred as vocalist Marta — is now working towards a medical degree and appears to be dating Angelo Massagli, who played Frankie the security guy.

    And now I'm going to go curl up in a corner, eat my feelings, and contemplate my own mortality.