The Cast of ‘The Princess Bride’ Reunite

The Princess Bride Inconceivable

The time that has passed since the release of the infamous adaptation of William Goldman’s fantasy novel, The Princess Bride, is quite inconceivable. (At least I think so…) I was no more than seven-months old when Westley (played by Cary Elwes) sought out his true love, Buttercup (Robin Wright) from the evil clutches of Vizzini (Wallace Shawn) and then Prince Humperdink (Chris Sarandon) with the help of Fezzik (André the Giant) and Inigo Montoya (Mandy Pantinkin)

But enough with the nostalgia, Entertainment Weekly was fortunate enough to gather the surviving cast from The Princess Bride for their reunion issue that came out earlier this month. After the jump check out the cast photo of The Princess Bride almost 25-years later shot by Art Streiber.

We’ve already seen the cast reunion of Home Improvement and after 12-years later we are also being treated to a full-cast reunion of American Pie as they make their fourth feature film debut in American Reunion, which comes out next Spring!

Just wait, 25-years from now we’ll  have reunions from the cast of Dexter, Mad Men, or perhaps the gang from Buffy the Vampire Slayer will reunite one day.

Unfortunately André the Giant and Peter Falk (the loving grandfather) could not be with us to join the reunion, but they were remembered. For some reason Fred Savage never showed up. Oh well. You can head on over to to check out the full interview with the cast and a neat little video.

Click on the image to enlarge:

The Princess Bride Cast Entertainment Weekly Reunion

Thanks FilmDrunk

2 thoughts on “The Cast of ‘The Princess Bride’ Reunite

    • I spelled what wrong, “inconceivable”? I didn’t make the graphic, it was just a funny image I found.

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