Loved catching up with ya, @theshanewest and @adamshankman. #awalktoremember #reunion," she captioned the Instagram pic.(No word on if they danced in the moonlight for old times' sake.)West shared the pic, too.Everything about him — the way he dressed, the little cigarettes that he smoked, and the music he listened to.I don’t know if I could discern the difference between him and the character at that point in time because, again, it was my first experience doing anything like this and I was a 16-year-old, impressionable girl.
It's been 15 years since "A Walk to Remember" premiered in 2002, and it lives on to this day as one of the best high school romance movies of all time.
"We shot it in Wilmington, North Carolina, and it was the first time I'd ever had that kind of camp-like experience where you come home and cry when it's over and you're determined to keep in touch with everyone.
It just gives me an all-encompassing warm feeling inside."She added, "There are very few times in your career when the memories and the relationship you have to a project match the relationship that an audience has to the project—but this movie is as special to me as it seems to be to people out there in the world.
Imagine being a teenager and hanging out with West in real life.
, it still feels like just yesterday we cried our eyes out while watching the duo tie the knot on-screen, promising to love each other forever.
I mean that's the reason that 15 years later we're still talking about it."Moore also revealed one of the greatest parts about filming was working with West with whom she said she had "instant chemistry.""Shane was so cool.