Quarantine has brought together quite a few casts from the past, and now, Lindsay Lohan is joining in the fun. The actress reunited with “The Parent Trap” cast 22 years after the film’s release.

Announced Sunday, a promo video shows Lohan will participate alongside director Nancy Myers, writer Charles Shyer and cast members Dennis Quaid (Nick), Elaine Hendrix (Meredith), Lisa Ann Walter (Chessy) and Simon Kunz (Martin).

The cast will gather with journalist Katie Couric. The “Parent Trap” reunion will air on Couric’s Instagram on Monday, July 20 at 9 a.m. EDT.

The promo video shows Quaid recalling that he “had such a blast filming” while Walter recalls filming the speedo scene with Kunz.

Elsewhere, Hendrix notes that some present-day viewers are interpreting her gold-digging character a little differently. “There’s a whole generation who thinks Meredith is like #goals,” Hendrix says.

Myers, meanwhile, says, “We discovered a big star,” in reference to Lohan.

The 1998 film was a remake the 1961 movie “The Parent Trap” (which itself was based on the 1949 German novel “Lottie and Lisa”). The film depicts Lohan as Annie, a British child raised by a single mother who is sent to American summer camp. That’s where she meets Hallie, a free-spirited daughter of a single father from California. They look exactly alike but are complete opposites. Once they realize they’re twins, they have to work together to reunite their parents.

The Disney film launched Lohan’s career and made over $92 million at the worldwide box office.

A couple of cast members are missing from the reunion. Both Natasha Richardson, who played Annie and Hallie’s mother, and Ronnie Stevens, who played their grandfather, have died.

Other recent reunions have included the "Glee" cast and "Teen Wolf" cast on virtual panels while both "30 Rock" and "Parks and Recreation" reunited for completely new episodes.

“The Parent Trap” is currently available to stream on Disney+.

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A still from the 1998 film, "The Parent Trap." Disney