Talk about a throwback -- Wait until you see what the cast of 'Holes' looks like 13 years later!

A Close up Look at Shia LaBeouf's Life
A Close up Look at Shia LaBeouf's Life

There were plenty of movies that shaped the minds of teenagers in the very early 2000's, among them being films like "Mean Girls," "Bring It On," and "Meet the Parents."

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However, one of our absolute favorites was Shia Labeouf's hit, "Holes."

SHIA LABEOUF BYRON COTTON MAX KASCH MIGUEL CASTRO JAKE M. SMITH KHLEO THOMAS & BRENDEN JEFFERSON HOLES (2003)
SHIA LABEOUF BYRON COTTON MAX KASCH MIGUEL CASTRO JAKE M. SMITH KHLEO THOMAS & BRENDEN JEFFERSON HOLES (2003)

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"Holes" of course told the story of Shia's character Stanley who was wrongly convicted of a crime and is forced to a desert detention camp where they dig, you guessed it, holes. For a quick refresh, check out the trailer below.

We were wondering, what does the hole digging crew look like 13 years later? Just check them out below!

Stanley (Shia Labeouf)

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Zero (Khleo Thomas)

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Armpit (Byron Cotton)

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Zig Zag (Max Kasch)

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The Warden (Sigourney Weaver)

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Mr. Sir (Jon Voight)

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Dr. Pendanski (Tim Blake Nelson)

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Kissin' Kate Barlow (Patricia Arquette)

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Feeling old, right?! We'll be right back as we go and re-watch "Holes."

In the meantime, check out more from one of the stars, Shia in the gallery below!

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