Do you miss the Olsen twins? Well, you’re in luck, because beginning May 1, you can catch the ’90s-era tween stars’ movies on Hulu. Starting next month, the streaming service will offer some of the iconic twins’ most classic movies, including 1998’s “Billboard Dad” as well as 1999’s “Passport to Paris” and “Switching Goals.”
In their heyday, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen starred in dozens of movies. Although you won’t be able to stream the complete collection, these three flicks are sure to satisfy any ’90s girl cravings for Olsen twins nostalgia.
In “Billboard Dad,” the Olsens star as twin sisters who are determined to help their widower dad find love, even going so far as to advertise him on a billboard. “Passport to Paris” sees them as Americans in the famous French city, sent to visit their grandfather. Once there, they fall in love with the City of Lights, as well as with two young Parisian boys they meet. In “Switching Goals,” they play twins that couldn’t have more opposite personalities who end up learning from each other on the soccer field.
Now 32, the child stars who first gained fame for their portrayal of Michelle Tanner on “Full House” have since retired from acting and are now running a fashion brand. Much to fans’ disappointment, they did not come out of retirement to appear on “Fuller House,” the Netflix relaunch of the original show. These days, they mostly stay out of the limelight.
On April 18, however, they made a rare public appearance together on the red carpet for Youth America Grand Prix’s 20th Anniversary Gala at Lincoln Center in New York City. The fashion moguls both wore black outfits.
If you want to catch another glimpse of the twins, your best bet may be to stream one of their movies on Hulu next month!
What’s your favorite Olsen twins movie?