'Cruel Intentions' Reunion: Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair Recreate Iconic Kiss
The two actresses reunited with co-star Reese Witherspoon at a performance of the 'Cruel Intentions' musical in L.A. on Thursday night.
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair reconvened the "secret society" from their 1999 film Cruel Intentions on Thursday night. The two joined co-star Reese Witherspoon, who played good girl Annette Hargrove, at a performance of the Cruel Intentions musical in L.A.
The trio all posted photos to social media of their experience sitting in the front row at the musical and seemed to have fond, vivid memories of the fan-favorite film, which has garnered a considerable cult following over the years.
Gellar Instagrammed a shot of the stars holding the characters' pages from Sebastian's manifesto, which is handed out at the end of the film. She even referenced the movie's closing song, The Verve's "Bittersweet Symphony," in her caption.
Gellar and Blair also posted a photo of the two of them recreating their famous kiss, which won the "best kiss" award at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards. Gellar wrote, "My lessons paid off," with Blair writing, "Still my favorite kiss."
The ladies posed with the musical's stars and writer/co-creator, Jordan Ross, who Instagrammed a video of Witherspoon singing along to the play's Annette singing "Torn," a late 90s hit that wasn't included on the film's memorable soundtrack.
Thursday was also the birthday of Cruel Intentions director Roger Kumble, with Gellar and Blair earlier in the day wishing him a "Happy Birthday" and posting "Throwback Thursday" pictures of the actresses with Kumble around the time of the film.
Here's a look back at the famous kiss scene: