Let’s get together, yes, yes, yes! More than two decades have passed since fans were reintroduced to The parent trap with the 1998 remake of the 1961 original.
The reboot, starring Lindsay Lohan like 11-year-old twins Annie James and Hallie Parker, it gained its own fanbase after its release and the story still resonates with many.
Whether fans first saw the film in theaters in the late ’90s or fell in love with the story of separation at birth decades later, The parent trap It has established itself as a childhood classic.
While some viewers enjoy the love story between the parents of the twins, Nick Parker (dennis quaid) and Elizabeth James (Natasha Richardson), others watch the childhood movie to see the pranks and sabotage used on Nick’s fiancée Meredith Blake (elaine hendrix).
But for many fans, the nostalgia begins and ends with all the fun that took place at Camp Walden. The place is responsible for introducing the girls and forming their bond as sisters. Plus, it had all the perfect summer activities, like swimming, archery, and peanut butter-dipped Oreos.
Annie, who grew up in London with her designer mother, excelled at fencing and handshakes. Hallie, who was raised by her father who owned a warehouse in Napa, California, was a bell at card games and brain when it comes to jokes.
While at camp, Annie and Hallie, who were named after the principal nancy meyers‘ Daughters: Create their own super teams made up of one or two best friends each. In addition to staying in the isolation hut, the girls’ sleepover camp experiences were enriched by their fellow campers, many of whom helped them wreak havoc on one another.
cat grahamis jackie and Hallie Meyers-ShyerLindsay supported Annie when she somehow placed her rival Hallie’s bed on the roof of her cabin. When the Navajo bunk was booby-trapped, Hallie had courtney woodNicole, also known as Tie-Dye Girl, is at his side.
Scroll down to see what Camp Walden’s most memorable campers have been up to over the past two decades, and where the camp leaders ended up.