Can you believe it has been 15 years since 10 Things I Hate About You was released?! We couldn't either!
Karen McCullah and Kirsten Smith, the writers behind the much-loved film, made fans extremely happy when they reunited some of the gang this past weekend and documented it for all to enjoy! McCullah posted an awesome photo of some of the cast at an anniversary screening in California on her Twitter page, casually captioning it "10 Things I Hate About You reunion."
The picture shows the two writers posing with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Andrew Keegan, David Krumholtz, and Susan May Pratt. Noticeably absent from the photo were Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger, which caused fans to mourn for the late Australian actor once again.
Ledger, who would win a posthumous Academy Award for playing the Joker in The Dark Knight, died in 2008 after accidentally overdosing on prescription medications. His grieving family accepted the coveted award on his behalf.
Ledger's legacy lives on in the Australians in Film Heath Ledger Scholarship, which aims to help Australian actors pursue careers in the U.S. His father, Kim, previously told E! News that the scholarship fund has made a difference in a lot of people's lives.
"I've had actors come up to me and say, 'You know if it wasn't for Heath giving us two or three months free of charge in his home, we would have never gotten a foot in the place,'" Kim said. "It's one of those industries where everybody supports each other, since it's so hard to make a bite. Heath was subject to that when he first started in Sydney, then he repaid the favors tenfold."
The Patriot actor also left behind a daughter, Matilda, whom he had with Michelle Williams.
"She's got daddy's eyes, and she's quite tall for her age," Kim said of his granddaughter. "She's a beautiful child."
"She reminds me of Heath every time she opens her mouth," he added.