IT'S been more than 25 years since the cast of The Little Rascals won hearts when the comedy movie premiered.
The kids are all grown up now, since the film was released in 1994.
The movie centers around a group of boys who start an anti-girl group – the He-Man Woman Haters Club – and enter in a soapbox rally.
As their driver falls in love a female schoolmate, the boys set out to break up the couple.
While the boys plot to break up the couple, however, their soapbox car is stolen – creating a debacle.
More than 25 years later, many of the actors have continued to have successful careers in Hollywood – but others have kept quieter lives.
See what Bug Hall, Whoopi Goldberg and the others are up to more than 25 years later...
Bug Hall, 36, has enjoyed a career in Hollywood since he played the role of Alfalfa in the film.
Some of his most notable credits over the years include Get a Clue (2002), Skipped Parts (2000), and the TV series Kelly Kelly (1998).
Some of his most recent roles include appearances in This Is the Year (2020), North Blvd (2018, and he's set to appear in upcoming film The Long Run.
He's also worked as a writer and producer on This Is the Year (2020).
He and wife Jill Marie DeGroff tied the knot in 2017.
The duo welcomed their first child together in November 2017, and in June 2019 welcomed another child.
Earlier this year, they celebrated the birth of their third child.
Blake McIver, 35, played the role of Waldo in the 1994 film.
Over the years, he's kept appearing in a mix of films and TV – and took a brief hiatus from Hollywood in the early 2000s.
He played Duncan in the TV series Minor Adjustments, voiced Little Ape in Tarzan (1999) and voiced Eugene Horowitz in the series Hey Arnold!
McIver took a break from Hollywood between 2004 and 2013, until he appeared in the series Jen in Session (2013).
He recently reprised his role as Derek Boyd in the series Fuller House (2020).
McIver is currently in a relationship with actor-producer Emerson Collins.
Donald Trump, 74, made a number of appearances in Hollywood films before taking place in the oval office.
He appeared as himself in the 1994 film.
In the 1990s and early 2000s, he was best known as being a businessman and hosted the TV show The Apprentice.
He transitioned to politics and won the 2016 election, serving one term in the oval office.
During his term, he became the only president to be impeached – and acquitted – twice.
Now 65, Whoopi Goldberg was a well-established actress before she appeared as Buckwheat's Mom in the 1994 film.
Some of her best-known roles include Oda Mae Brown in Ghost (1990), Deloris in the Sister Act duology (1992, 1993), Celie Johnson in The Color Purple, and voicing Shenzi in The Lion King (1994).
Goldberg has most recently appeared in the TV series The Stand, Nobody's Fool (2018), and Furlough (2018).
She's also set to reprise her role of Deloris in the upcoming movie Sister Act 3.
She now works as a host on The View – and has recently shut down Meghan McCain several times.
Raven-Symoné, 35, has racked up a number of acting credits, and recently got married.
She had already appeared on The Cosby Show for several years before she played Stymie's Girlfriend in The Little Rascals.
She became best known for her role as Raven Baxter in the Disney series That's So Raven – and later reprised her role in the spinoff series Raven's Home.
She also voiced Monique in the TV series Kim Possible, Galleria in The Cheetah Girls franchise, and later played the role of Rhonda Johnson in the TV series Black-ish.
Symoné has also worked alongside Goldberg as a host on The View.
She recently tied the knot with wife Miranda Maday.
Like several other actors in the film, Lea Thompson, 59, was well-established in Hollywood when she played Ms. Roberts in the 1994 film.
She was best known for her role of Lorraine in Back to the Future and its sequel (1985, 1989), Amanda Jones in Some Kind of Wonderful (1987) and Howard the Duck (1986).
She's recently acted in the TV series Switched at Birth, Betty in Dinner in America (2020), and is set to appear in the upcoming movie 10 Tricks.
Thompson has recently made money making Cameo videos for her fans.
Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, 34, were well-known child stars in the 1990s when they appeared as unnamed twins in The Little Rascals.
The duo have taken a break from Hollywood, and led quieter lives in recent years and launched their own fashion brand.
Mary-Kate and Ashley both played the role of Michelle Tanner in the TV series Full House.
The duo appeared as twins in a number of TV series and films – including The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley shorts, It Takes Two (1995) and New York Minute (2004).
Although many had hoped they'd reprise their role in the spinoff Fuller House, they declined to appear in the series.
Ashley's last acting credit was in The Jerk Theory (2009), with Mary-Kate's being as Kendra in the movie Beastly (2011).
In 2006, the duo launched their luxury fashion brand, The Row.
The twins were awarded the Womenswear Designers of the Year from the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) in 2012 and 2015, Business of Fashion reported.
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In 2014 and 2018, the were awarded as Accessory Designers of the year from the council.
Ashley has been in a relationship with artist Louis Eisner, reportedly since 2017.
Mary-Kate was recently spotted on a date with Brightwire, after divorcing her husband Olivier Sarkozy.