Arnold Schwarzenegger made a surprise visit to the “Kindergarten Cop” reunion for the 30th anniversary.
The young cast of the classic 1990s film was shocked to see the 73-year-old actor, MovieWeb reported.
On December 21, 1990, families across the nation watched Schwarzenegger, typically an action star, show off a different side. Schwarzenegger made a name for himself in the 1980s for starring in action movies like “The Terminator” and “Commando.”
However, for “Kindergarten Cop,” things were different as the actor played Los Angeles police officer John Kimble, who poses as an undercover kindergarten teacher in a small town in Oregon.
While the movie was previewed 30 years ago, some of the cast members got back together via Zoom to discuss the family comedy.
Christian Cousins (Dominic), Miko Hughes (Joseph), Krystle and Tiffany Mataras (Tina and Rina), Brian Wagner (William), and Adam Wylie (Larry) all got together to share memories.
In the video, you can see the cast having a great time talking about their experiences on set with Schwarzenegger. However, things got more exciting as he suddenly appeared on the screen.
“That is the coolest surprise, I would have never expected this. It’s really good to hear you,” Miko Hughes said when he saw the famous actor.
Arnold Schwarzenegger went on to tell the cast, “Without any doubt, it was the performance of you kids that really made this movie. That’s what made it endearing, that’s what made it successful, and people wanted to watch it over and over again,” Schwarzenegger said.
The movie was filmed right after Schwarzenegger’s then-wife, Maria Shriver, gave birth to their first daughter, Katherine Schwarzenegger.