Jack Black Confirms ‘School of Rock’ Cast Reunion for 20th Anniversary

Actor Jack Black has confirmed that he is planning to reunite with the cast of the hit comedy movie “School of Rock” for its 20th anniversary this year. Black revealed that the child actors from the movie, who were 10 years old when the film was made, are now all grown up and in their thirties. He said he was looking forward to seeing all the grown-ups from the movie and jamming with them. Black also confirmed that he would share photos and videos from the reunion on social media.

“School of Rock” was directed by Richard Linklater and written by “The White Lotus” creator Mike White. It starred Black as Dewey Finn, a struggling guitarist who forms a band of kid musicians while substitute teaching at a prep school. The movie was a huge success and spawned a Broadway musical and a Nickelodeon series. In a recent interview, Black said that while “School of Rock” was the highlight of his career, he was most proud of “Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny,” the movie he wrote.

The movie “School of Rock” was a huge success and has become a cult classic since its release in 2003. The film’s catchy music and heartwarming story of a teacher inspiring his students to follow their passions struck a chord with audiences of all ages. It’s no wonder that fans are excited about the upcoming reunion of the cast.

The fact that the child actors are now all grown up adds an extra layer of nostalgia to the event. Fans will undoubtedly be curious to see what the former child stars are up to now and how they’ve changed since their breakout roles. It will also be interesting to see how the reunion will be affected by the pandemic and what measures will be taken to ensure everyone’s safety.

As for Black’s comment about “Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny” being his proudest movie, it’s clear that the actor and musician has a special place in his heart for the film he wrote. The 2006 musical comedy follows the fictionalized story of Black and Kyle Gass forming their band, Tenacious D, and going on a quest to find the legendary Pick of Destiny.

While it may not have been as commercially successful as “School of Rock,” the film has gained a cult following of its own and has cemented Black’s status as a comedic and musical icon. Fans can only hope that a “Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny” reunion will be in the works in the near future.