All the mini reunions you missed at the Globes

The 2018 Globes ceremony was a golden opportunity for celebrities to mingle with actors and actresses they once starred alongside, giving fans major nostalgia.

With shows like “Big Little Lies,” “This Is Us,” “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” up for top awards, the Golden Globes drew Alexis Bledel, Milo Ventimiglia, Shailene Woodley and others to The Beverly Hilton in California Sunday night.

Some reunions were planned, like the academy pairing Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon of “Thelma and Louise” together to present best actor in a motion picture.

Others happened naturally, on the red carpet or behind the scenes, proving to be that much more exciting for fans.

Below, a look at the four major cast reunions that went down at the Globes.

“Harry Potter”

Potterheads took joy at the sight of Emma Watson and Robert Pattinson presenting the award for best limited television series. The magical moment brought Cedric Diggory — well, Pattinson — back to life to stand alongside Hermione. The two appeared together in the 2005 “Goblet of Fire” film. Adding Gary Oldman, who played Sirius Black in the franchise, would have been possible too, since he was at the ceremony for his role in “Darkest Hour.”

“Gilmore Girls”

The Palladino power team gave “Gilmore Girls” fans major nostalgia when they accepted the award for best musical or TV comedy. Writers and producers Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino even stopped for a quick photo with former “Gilmore” heartthrob Milo Ventimiglia, who played Jess on the show. The EIC of Instagrammed a photo of the trio before they made it to their seats. Someone seriously should have grabbed Alexis Bledel, who was also in the audience with her “Handmaid’s Tale” team.

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“The Fault in Our Stars”

This unplanned reunion wouldn’t have happened without the success of “Big Little Lies” and “Baby Driver.” Shailene Woodley, who played the cancer-stricken Hazel in the 2014 film, attended the ceremony alongside her “BLL” co-stars and went home with the best miniseries or TV film award. Though her “Fault in Our Stars” love interest Ansel Elgort (Gus) didn’t win best actor in a musical or comedy for “Baby Driver,” he still made headlines for embracing Woodley in the audience.

“Thelma and Louise”

Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon of the 1991 action flick “Thelma and Louise” got up on stage together to present the award for best actor in a motion picture drama. “These five nominees have agreed to give half of their salaries back so the women can make more than them,” Davis joked. The reunion of the two actresses who starred in the movie once dubbed a significant voice for the feminist movement drew loud cheers from the crowd during a ceremony dominated by Hollywood’s gender inequality.



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