DESPITE gracing our screens a decade and a half ago, Stepbrothers still remains one of the most iconic comedies of all time – and for good reason.
Featuring fantastic performances from the leads Will Ferrell and John Reilly, the 2008 flick revolves around two middle-aged stepbrothers who start out hating each other, but grow to become best friends.
Lurie Poston first appeared in Stepbrothers as a fresh-faced 12-year-oldCredit: Netflix
The 25-year-old looks completely unrecognisable since appearing in the 2008 flickCredit: Instagram
The film is jam-packed with many memorable moments, including several hilarious musical scenes.
One of the most iconic, though, comes in the shape and size of a cappella rendition of Sweet Child O’ Mine by Guns N’ Roses.
Taking lead in the scene was Lurie Poston, who was just 12-year-old when he was cast as the sharp singing son Tommy.
Lurie, now 25, belted out the tune with his onscreen family including Elizabeth Yozamp as the on-key little sister Tiffany.
The young actor then landed a starring role in the 2008 film Ready! OK? after he impressed James Vasquez, the film’s director.
He followed that up with an appearance in the 2010 movie Knucklehead and had a role in a 2011 episode of Workaholics.
Afterwards, the performer appeared to shift his focus to his education and attended the University of Southern California as he blossomed from a fresh-faced boy into a handsome man.
Poston posted a photo on Instagram in 2019 wearing a graduation gown and included the caption: “Bleary-eyed and clutching my degree… that’s a wrap on college.”
Lurie belted out a cappella rendition of Sweet Child O’Mine by Guns N’ RosesCredit: Netflix
Poston posted a photo on Instagram in 2019 wearing a graduation gownCredit: Instagram