There was a time when every 90s kid was obsessed with Jumanji and for very good reasons. The movie which was released in 1995 was based on the children's book of the same name by Chris Van Allsburg.
The fantasy adventure movie tells the story of siblings Judy and Peter Shepherd, who released a pair of friends who had been trapped in a destructive board game since 1969.
The cult-classic was an instant hit because it had all the elements of a great 90s movie that we know and love. It had a great story, special effects, funny scenes and of course, good actors.
22 years later, it seems like Hollywood is running out of original ideas so a Jumanji sequel is currently in the works. Titled Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, the movie will star Kevin Hart, Karen Gillian Jack Black and and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. We're going to keep our expectations low for now.
All this talk about a new Jumanji movie, has prompted people to question the whereabouts of the original cast since they stopped rolling the dice. While most of the adult cast members like Robin Williams and Bonnie Hunt have gone on to do great things, not a lot of people know what the children that starred in the movie are up to now.
So where are they all now? If you're curious too, read on to find out how they all turned out.
Peter Shepherd - Bradley Pierce
Bradley Pierce played the role of Peter Shepherd, one half of the sibling pair who released Robin William's Alan Parish and Bonnie Hunt's Sarah Whittle from the board game. Pierce was only 13-years-old when he starred in Jumanji and had lots of potential to make it big in Hollywood. However, he chose to step out of the spotlight to pursue a career behind the scenes.
He took on numerous voice acting roles including Chip in Disney's Beauty and the Beast and Tails in Sonic the Hedgehog. He occasionally guest starred in TV shows including Roseanne, Touched By An Angel and Star Trek: Voyager.
The 32-year-old is currently producing new media content for ZFO Entertainment while running a side business specializing in custom specialty cocktails. He is married with 3 children.
Judy Shepherd - Kirsten Dunst
There was no doubt that Kirsten Dunst who played the older sister, Judy Shepherd, was destined to be a star. After her appearance in Jumanji, she went on to make a name for herself by starring in comedy-dramas like Drop Dead Gorgeous and Bring It On.
The 33-year-old also took on leading and supporting roles in award-winning films and TV shows including Spiderman, Marie Antoinette and Fargo.
She is currently filming the second season of the acclaimed show Fargo and recently became engaged to her co-star Jesse Plemons.
Young Alan Parrish - Adam Hann-Byrd
Adam Hann-Byrd played the younger version of Alan Parrish in the movie. He starred in a few more movies including The Ice Storm in 1997 and Halloween H20: 20 Years Later in 1998 before quitting acting. He remerged as one of the writers for the 2nd and 3rd season of the hit show Fringe in 2009. He now lives in Los Angeles, California and writes for the Hulu series, The Morning After and Participant Media's Brain Food Daily.
Young Sarah Whittle - Laura Bell Bundy
Laura Bell Bundy enjoyed immense success after her stint as young Sarah Whittle in Jumanji. In addition to acting, Bundy is also a singer which prompted her to pursue roles on Broadway. She played Amber Von Tusle in Hairspray and the original Elle Woods in Legally Blonde.
She also made numerous appearances on the big and small screen. She had roles in Surf School and Dreamgirls and guest starred on How I Met Your Mother, Fuller House and Scream Queens.
Bundy had a lead role in the cancelled TV show Anger Management as Dr. Jordan Denby untl 2014. She has since put more focus on her singing career. She released a music video in 2015 for her single I Am What I Am.