While it's been more than a decade since Vanity Fair rounded up some of Hollywood's brightest, young talent, its 2003 cover featuring Amanda Bynes, the Olsen twins, Mandy Moore, Hilary Duff and more has become iconic. "Never forget" is a mantra that both a fan and Evan Rachel Wood chanted last week when Wood spewed her thoughts about the photo shoot with her cohorts.
"I was almost in tears after this shoot. They tried that dress on me, I wasn't comfortable but they told me there was no time," she wrote, tweeting several more admissions last week, including that her mag cover co-stars hogged her prep time.
So just what have these bright young Hollywood things -- the coverline read "It's totally raining teens" -- turned-20- and 30-somethings been doing these days? MTV News breaks it down:
Amanda Bynes, 28, has battled mental health issues in the past year. And although she seemed to rebound late last year, the actress is under a 5150 psychiatric hold for now. She has expressed plans to study psychology in New York City after reportedly pursuing course work in fashion design.
Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen
The Olsen twins, 28, run the respected high-end labels The Row and Elizabeth and James, transitioning from acting to fashion. Mary Kate is rumored to have be engaged (if not married) to French banker Olivier Sarkozy.
Mandy Moore, 30, is working on her seventh studio album with husband and musician Ryan Adams. She has a recurring role on "Red Band Society."
The former Disney star, 27, is gearing up for the release of her fifth album, with singles "Chasing the Sun" and "All About You" out. She has a 2-year-old son named Luca with estranged husband Mike Comrie, a hockey player.
Evan Rachel Wood
Evan Rachel Wood, 27, has a 1-year-old son with estranged husband Jamie Bell. She is rumored to be dating actress Katherine Moennig and has a number of projects banked for 2015. She most recently starred in "Barefoot."
In an interview on Oprah Winfrey's "Where Are They Now?" series, Raven, 28, caused controversy by saying "I'm not African-American -- I'm American." She is a full-time student at the Academy of Art in San Francisco.