It’s hard to believe that it’s coming up 20 years since Jack Black graced our screens as Dewey Finn, a struggling musician turned pretend substitute teacher, in the film ‘School of Rock’.
September will mark the 20 year anniversary, and Black has revealed plans to mark the occasion. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight on Saturday (April 1), he said:
"All those kids dig this. They were 10 years old when we made that movie and now they're all, like, 30.
"We're gonna get together and have a 20-year anniversary. We like to jam. I'm looking forward to seeing all of the grownups from School of Rock."
The actor also said that he would “100 per cent” share photos and videos of the reunion on social media.
Earlier this year, Black also revealed that the idea of a sequel to both ‘School of Rock’ and ‘Tenacious D in The Pick Of Destiny’ wasn’t off the cards.
When asked by SiriusXM if he would ever do a sequel to the two fan-favourite releases, he replied, “Yep, both of them… Breaking news, we’re thinking about doing both of these.”
Back in 2013, the ‘School of Rock’ cast came together to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the film, where they performed a cover of the film’s track ‘Rock Got No Reason.’
Have a watch of some footage of that below.