Thanks to Anne Hathaway, we got a fabulous glimpse of what these ladies looked like before they became Hollywood phenomenons. The Alice Through The Looking Glass actress offered up the ultimate #tbt when she posted a four-part photo of her fellow nominees for the 2016 People's Choice Award for Favorite Movie Actress in black and white portraits of them from high school.
"Uh, they were even cute in high school. Very proud to be nominated with these women for this year's @peopleschoice award for favorite movie actress! #pcas" the Oscar winner captioned the photo collage of the four high school photos on Instagram.
Of course future film stars can look this perfect in a dreaded high school picture—even if McCarthy did rock an interesting asymmetrical cropped cut.
Each woman has transformed the film world in her own right without showing any signs of slowing down. McCarthy, who is set to star in the highly anticipated Ghostbusters remake next year, was nominated in the same category just last year. Another repeat nominee, Johansson, has three films lined up for 2016, including voicing serpent Kaa in Disney's live-action version of The Jungle Book.
As for Oscar marathoner Streep, there's virtually nothing she hasn't already done, but she forges ahead with a lead performance in Suffragette and title role in the forthcoming Florence Foster Jenkins. Pal Bullock just took on her newest character, Jane Bodine, in the political drama Our Brand is Crisis.
As for the post's creator, Hathaway, she recently returned to the spotlight in Nancy Meyer's newest blockbuster rom-com, The Intern. While she unfortunately left her own high school portrait out of the Instagram throwback, we conveniently have one of her to share. Just like the others, Hathaway was equally as stunning as she is today.
If only we all could look like that at 16.
The People's Choice Awards will air on Jan. 6.