Joey Lauren Adams was a staple in the Jersey director's movies -- starring in the beloved '90s cult hits Mallrats and Chasing Amy, as well as 2001's Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back -- and apparently, she hasn't aged a day since.
Don't believe us? This is the 48-year-old actress looking stunning on the 2016 CMT Awards red carpet in Nashville, Tennessee, on Wednesday, where she rocked a slinky powder blue slipdress:
And this is Adams in Chasing Amy, circa 1997:
Yes, there are actually 20 years in-between those two images. No, we can't tell a difference either.
Adams looks ah-may-zing, and we feel like she predicted this:
Smith seems to have a knack for casting his good friends who defy age. Adams starred alongside a then-little known actor, Ben Affleck, in both Chasing Amy and Mallrats, and the 45-year-old screenwriter-director has also employed Matt Damon, Jason Lee, Shannen Doherty, Chris Rock, Salma Hayek, and Alanis Morisette, all members of what we have declared the Never Gonna Grow Old Fan Club.
Basically, if Smith casts you, you're nearly guaranteed to defy the laws of aging and gravity.
Adams was at the CMT Awards for a good reason -- she was introducing a clip of her new show, Still the King, which stars Billy Ray Cyrus and premieres June 12 on the country music network. Get an exclusive peek of the sitcom in the video below.