The Marsha Fucking Brady of the Upper East Side took a break from snorting cocaine from her Christian cross pendant to spend some time being nice to basic bitches Annette Hargrove and Cecile Caldwell. That's right: Talk about a throwback Thursday! Sarah Michelle Gellar, Reese Witherspoon and Selma Blair, the leading ladies of 1999's salacious teen flick Cruel Intentions, had a reunion on Thursday night. The actresses got together to watch a performance of the Cruel Intentions musical parody, currently playing at the Rockwell Theater in L.A.. The not-so-secret society posted pics of their time together on Twitter and Instagram.
This is the second time Sarah Michelle Gellar has attended the Cruel Intentions musical. She checked out opening night back in April with another Cruel alum, Sean Patrick Thomas and the film's director Roger Kumble.
But clearly she had to bring her gal pals along for girls night out. Since it was first released, Cruel Intentions, a movie about wild, wicked, wealthy, sex-crazed teens in New York City, has become a pop culture obsession. Basically providing the boiler plate for Gossip Girl.
"We were babies when we made the film. I was 20! I celebrated my 21st birthday during filming," Sarah Michelle told People magazine. "It had to be some form of child abuse doing the things I did in that movie."
Sarah Michelle Gellar has been in kind of a nostalgia kick lately. Last week she posted an Instagram photo with her former Buffy co-star Alyson Hannigan and the Internet went bananas. And with the recent news that The Craft is bound for a reboot, maybe the 90s are back!
This Cruel Intentions reunion's got us all hot-and-bothered (down, boy) for a sequel set 15 years in the future. Can't you just imagine these three shade queens ruling New York in fierce outfits, airing each other's dirty laundry and with a bevy of boy toys by their side? Obviously we can.