Calling all Father of the Bride fans!
Co-stars Steve Martin, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, and Martin Short had a mini cast reunion on Sunday, March 19 — and we're loving the rare photo of the three!
Loved seeing my former costars @SteveMartinToGo & @themartinshort at the Opryhouse tonight for their show in #Nashville 👏🏻👏🏻😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/5jORp2yucm— Kim Williams-Paisley (@Kimwilliamspais) March 20, 2017
Loved seeing my former costars @SteveMartinToGo & @themartinshort at the Opryhouse tonight for their show in #Nashville 👏🏻👏🏻😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/5jORp2yucm
"Loved seeing my former costars @SteveMartinToGo and @themartinshort at the Opryhouse tonight for their show in #Nashville 👏🏻👏🏻😍😍😍," Kimberly, 45, wrote alongside the pic of them on Twitter at Steve and Martin's joint comedy tour.
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Kimberly, Steve, and Martin portrayed Annie Banks, George Banks, and Franck Eggelhoffer, respectively, in the 1991 film about a protective father over his eldest daughter, who is getting married. The three reprised their roles for the 1995 sequel, where Annie and her mom Nina Banks (Diane Keaton) got pregnant at the same time!
Steve and Kimberly as George and Annie in Father of the Bride.(Photo Credit: R/R)
Last year, Steve opened up about whether or not he'd do a third installment of the blockbuster all these years later.
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"I don't think that's gonna happen," he explained to Entertainment Tonight in a previous interview. "I'd have to play a grandfather — do I want to do that? Yeah, of course I do, but I think we've seen enough. But, you know, I think another generation will make that movie again."
Click through the gallery below to see the original cast of Father of the Bride then and now!
Kimberly has since starred on hit television shows including According to Jim, Nashville, and Two and a Half Men. She has also appeared in movies We Are Marshall and Alvin and the Chipmunks.
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