Can you believe it's been 12 years since Disney's "Freaky Friday" remake debuted? That means it's been 12 years since we've trusted shady women handing out fortune cookies at Chinese restaurants. (Lookin' at you, Pei-Pei's Mom.)
Sure, stars Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis went on to do more projects, like "Mean Girls" and "Scream Queens," but what about Ryan Malgarini, who played younger bro Harry Coleman? What's he been up to lately?
Yep, he was THIS kid.
Here's Malgarini at the "Freaky Friday" premiere in August 2003, complete with an awesome Hawaiian shirt.
And here's what he looks like now.
Those eyes, though. ?
He's still an actor -- one of Ryan's recent projects was the film "The Young Kieslowski."
The movie won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the Los Angeles Film Festival in 2014, as well as won Best American Independent Feature Film at the 2015 Cleveland International Film Festival, according to IMDb.
He effortlessly plays the guitar.
Fun fact: The song he's playing is "Here Comes the Sun," which was featured in his onscreen sister's film "The Parent Trap."
And even better — he sings!
He also wears suits really well. Just sayin'.
Plus, he still embraces his iconic walrus performance.
Miley Cyrus uploaded this photo on Instagram with the caption, "Look! Look! I'm a walrus!!!! (Name dat moooovie)." Ryan quickly regrammed it, and responded, "Ummm 'Requiem for a Dream'?? Oh wait, I know... It's from 'Doubt'."
And the "Freaky Friday" reference in his Twitter bio is hilariously matter-of-fact.
All in all, Ryan's grown up to become a super good-lookin' guy.
Even though he's not a walrus anymore.
He also inadvertently taught us this fantastic life advice. Never forget.