Twenty-five years after the release of Oliver Stone's JFK, the stars of the celebrated political thriller -- Gary Oldman, Kevin Costner and Tommy Lee Jones -- have come together again for the action-packed drama Criminal.
ET recently caught up with Costner and Oldman at a press junket for the crime thriller, where they opened up about their mini JFK reunion.
"We're all grayer," Oldman, 58 laughed. "The one thing I noticed is that we move more slowly than we did, and we make noises when we get out of chairs."
"I had never met her," Costner, 61, recalled of their first somewhat-awkward introduction. "I come out of a trailer looking pretty much like Frankenstein almost, and I have to say to her, 'Hi, I'm Kevin Costner,' and she tells me her name, and I said, 'We're going to do a rape scene right now.'"
Gadot recently appeared as Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, while Costner played Clark Kent's adoptive father in 2013's Man of Steel, and Oldman played Commissioner Gordon in all three of director Christopher Nolan's Batman films.
However, the upcoming Justice League film will see another famous face take over the role of Gotham's beloved police commissioner: Whiplash star J.K. Simmons.
Oldman, who said he's "absolutely happy" with that casting choice, gave Simmons his blessing, adding, "I hope he's fantastic in it."
Criminal, which also stars Ryan Reynolds and Alice Eve, hits theaters this Friday.