Lemonade Mouth is one of those Disney Channel Original Movies that years after it made it's debut, fans are still super loyal to it. "Determinate" is forever and always a jam and the story of a group of kids who weren't really friends before coming together over their love and passion for music is one that never goes out of style.
This past Saturday, April 15, actually marked the six year anniversary since the musical movie premiered on Disney Channel and one of the movie's stars, Blake Michael, took to Instagram to commemorate this special occasion with a lovely throwback photo of the cast.
As if that pic wasn't enough to get you right in the feels, Blake revealed tons of never-before-shared facts about the movie and let's just say he dropped some super interesting tidbits fans need to get. Here's the breakdown of the lesser known facts as he referred to them:
Blake was only 13 years old during most of filming.
Who knew the Dog With a Blog star was that young while they were making the movie?!
The DCOM is based on a book and the author is in the movie.
Mark P. Hughes has a cameo in the audience when the band performs "Determinate."
The LM soundtrack went gold.
"Still waiting for my plaque Disney," Blake joked.
The movie was shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Blake admitted that it was super hot there.
In the new Power Rangers movie, there's a LM reference.
Naomi Scott starred in both of these movies and Blakw shared that in PR when the cast is in detention, Naomi's charcter Kim passes a not that says "we should start a band." Sound familiar?
There is tons of LM fan fiction out there and Blake is a fan.
"I love reading them," he revealed.
There was supposed to be a sequel, and Blake already has a plot in mind.
"I think if we did make the sequel — which we were scheduled to do — Charlie and Mo should have gotten back together," he wrote.
OMG, another movie was supposed to happen. Can we just let that sink in? At the end of the movie, the band performs in Madison Square Garden, so it's obvious they went on to have major success. It would've been really cool to see what went down wit the band, but who knows, maybe one day this long-awaited sequel will happen. Until then, remember you gotta turn the world into your dance floor.