Austin & Ally might be over, but the cast is family for life and some of your faves from the beloved Disney Channel series reunited during the weekend for a truly special reason. Calum Worthy called upon his former A&A co-stars to join him at a screening of the documentary *An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power *, which focuses on global warming and climate changes. And Ross Lynch and Laura Marano where right there to support their dear friend.
Both Calum and Laura shared this quad pic on Instagram, but noticeably absent was the Trish to their, Dez, Austin and Ally, Rani Rodriguez. She couldn't make the event, but was obviously missed.
"We're prettttty cute, but we'd be much cuter with @rainydaychatter (Texas is so lucky it gets to have her right now) ❤️ on another note, thank you @calumworthy for letting me come to the @aninconvenienttruth screening....it was so incredibly educational and moving #beinconvenient #climatechangeisreal," Laura wrote in the caption of the photo.
Aww, how precious is that?! And Ross made the evening into an even bigger family affair, with some of the Lynch brothers coming to the screening too. Calum posted a pic alongside Ross' brothers Ryland and Rocky, and once again, is proving why he legit needs to be a member of R5 already.
"R5's new album cover art. Just did our photo shoot at the @aninconvenienttruth @climatereality #BeInconvenient #ClimateChangeIsReal," he wrote in the caption of this super dramatic pic.
For real, this looks like a legit band picture, it's that good. Calum's longtime love Celesta Deastis was at the screening too, and snapped an adorable photo with Laura. Clearly these two are all about that hugging life.
"MY SUNSHINE AT the #inconvienttruth event! Love you babe ❤❤❤#climatechange #climatechangeisreal #inconvienttruth," she wrote.
Seeing these friends all come together for such a good cause will truly warm your heart. And they're not the only former Disney Channel cast who hung out together this weekend. Part of Ross' Teen Beach Movie family reunited at another meaningful event. Johnny DeLuca, Jordan Fisher and Mollee Gray were all on hand at City Year Los Angeles's 10 year event, celebrating all the national service education non-profit's work over the last decade.
"Loved hanging with some of the #teenbeachmovie fam at the @cityyearla event last night. Feels great to support an organization so dedicated to education! Thanks for having us! #GraduateLA #CityYearLA 👨🎓👩🎓," John wrote on Instagram in the fam pic he posted.
All of these reunions are nothing short of adorable.