Unfortunately, there's no way of knowing the answer to the most important question: Did any of them ever try the meat prank in real life?Molly Horan Molly Horan was an editorial intern at Mashable.Lorraine was a fabulous character, even if it's hard to accept Hilary Duff as a "Lorraine," really; she just doesn't look like one, you know?Arguably one of the most famous names in the movie at the time, Hilary's star hasn't waned since — and in particular, nowadays, she's going through a twee former child star's rebellion aka that dyed hair (and the adult plot lines that feature on her new show, Schmidt played second son and the token chubby Baker; make all the cookie dough jokes, I'm cool with it.(I've eaten all the cookie dough though, so the joke is actually on you all.) He continues to work as an actor and producer these days — a bonus fun fact: his brother Kendall was one-fourth of boy band Big Time Rush.Anyway, a minute for this transformation please; in fact, let's have another then/now face-off: Riding high off the nostalgic publicity that came with Missy Elliott's Super Bowl moment, Stoner also released a single, "Pretty Girls," earlier this month.I've always loved the original movie and cast, and only in the last few years learned this movie was based on a true story about the Gilbreth family.Clifton Webb and Myrna Loy are a hard act to follow but Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt are equally talented.
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She's pictured here with fellow teen star Cody Linley, who also had a minor role in While no longer a Baker* or an actor anymore, Smith is instead mostly baked these days — in that his Twitter feed is filled with retweets from accounts like @Weed Code, @Toker Supply, and @Tha Stoner Nation.
(He also enjoys retweeting fans admitting their childhood crush on him, because that sort of thing has to be nice.)Like his character from the film, however, he apparently does still skate a bunch, as well as skis and snowboards.
I had to clean off the disc but it plays so its all good.
:)I try to buy a new movie for my Kindle Fire every month, and I'm a big fan of some of the remakes that came out in the 80s.