It's hard to believe it's been 25 years since Julia Roberts and Richard Gere made movie magic in "Pretty Woman."
To celebrate the film's milestone anniversary, the cast of the 1990 blockbuster reunited for the first time on "Today."
Roberts, Gere, Hector Elizondo, Laura San Giacomo and director Garry Marshall sat down with Matt Lauer to talk about their favorite memories from the iconic flick. Check out a sneak peek of the reunion below!
During the interview, which will air next Tuesday, the cast shares behind-the-scenes details of what it was really like on set, they tell stories about working together and they even quote some oh-so-memorable lines.
Back in 2012, Marshall talked about the undeniable chemistry between Roberts and Gere, admitting that everyone wanted to watch their kissing scenes.
"Richard was very kind because Julia was new. Whenever you film kissing scenes, everybody shows up," he told Huffington Post. "People who never come to the set. Suddenly, the fireman says, 'I've got to check the wires.' The publicist shows up, everybody comes. Usually when I do a love scene, the girl's more comfortable than the boy, but Richard was very comfortable and put Julia at ease."
So, did they take their romantic relationship off-screen?
"We don't talk about that! I don't know, but they did get along quite well," he admitted. "You see, you can fake anything in this business except chemistry and when two people kiss, the audience knows if there's chemistry or not and Richard and Julia had great chemistry."
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