Ten years after first hitting theaters, "School of Rock" is back in session.
Much of the cast, including leading man Jack Black, Mike White, Miranda Cosgrove and director Richard Linklater came back to Austin's Paramount Theater Thursday night to celebrate the film's 10th anniversary.
"School of Rock" is one of Linklater's biggest box office hits. It also introduced Black to younger audiences and helped launch the career of Cosgrove.
More than a dozen supporting cast members turned out on the red carpet for the reunion screening hosted by the Austin Film Society.
"Even though they're all in their 20s they're still kids to me," said Black.
"When I was in my 20s I was still a dumb kid so I feel like they're still forming and shaping as people and it's exciting to see them developing and getting new tastes in music and just becoming interesting human beings," said Black.
Black is now a father himself, having two sons since his starring role in "School of Rock."
"I don't think I'm ever going sit to them down and watch my movies 'cause it always feels a little awkward, like now it's time to see what your father has accomplished," said Black.
Linklater and Black have remained friends over the years working more recently on "Bernie" which became one of Black's most critically acclaimed performances.
As for his "School of Rock" character, Dewey Finn, hope is still alive for getting the band back together for a sequel.
"We're up for it," said Linklater, and Black added "never say never."