“One Tree Hill” fans got to see cast members reunite during the weekend. Guest Events held a convention in Paris and invited plenty of former “One Tree Hill” stars to create a reunion, E! Online reported.
The popular CW series may have ended in May 2012 after nine seasons, but fans are still lining up to meet the actors. The fan convention was attended by Sophia Bush (Brooke), Hilarie Burton (Peyton), Bethany Joy Lenz (Haley), James Lafferty (Nathan), Paul Johansson (Dan), Robert Buckley (Clay), Shantel VanSanten (Quinn), Antwon Tanner (Skills), Torrey DeVitto (Carrie), Kate Voegele (Mia) and Stephen Colletti (Chase).
It seems the cast was happy to be reunited in Europe. Plenty of the actors have been sharing photos of the reunion on social media. Lenz and Lafferty even posed for a photo together. They played Haley and Nathan, two characters who were married in high school, and fans still seem to root for the couple, even after their happy ending. Check out the photos below:
— Bethany Joy Lenz (@BethanyJoyLenz) October 18, 2014
OTH cast reunited pic.twitter.com/MDkyrdfHf0
— helena (@tonkinshale) October 18, 2014
— ∂αиιєℓℓє & єℓєαиoя☺ (@_Deleanor) October 18, 2014
— katevoegele (@katevoegele) October 19, 2014
— Laura (@boro_laura) October 19, 2014
While Sophia Bush was able to step away from her NBC show “Chicago P.D.” for the event, Chad Michael Murray wasn’t as lucky. The actor tweeted to fans his “Agent Carter” shooting schedule was keeping him too busy. The show will premiere midseason on ABC.
Sorry I can't make it 2 Paris, Milan & London guys. Heavy into shooting @AgentCarterTV I'll try 2 make out sometime soon! Have a great time
— Chad Michael Murray (@ChadMMurray) October 14, 2014
Could this mean a real “One Tree Hill” reunion movie is in the works? While many fans would love to see a movie with the original cast, it seems unlikely. The entire cast couldn’t even reunite for the final season. Burton did not return for Season 9, and Bush shot down reunion rumors earlier this year while promoting “Chicago P.D.” -- but she didn’t blame the actors.
"I don’t want to break it to people, but I don’t think so,” Bush said on "Watch What Happens Live." “Because the writers would have to write it, and they’ve said, ‘No.’"