Credit: TriStar Pictures, 1999    
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The Twins From Baby Geniuses: What Do They Look Like Now? (PHOTOS)

It's been 15 years since Baby Geniuses came out in 1999 (we know, right?!), and the kids that played the titular geniuses have grown up a ton since then.

Here's a little secret: Two of the babies were played by twins. So it only fits that the characters that were actually twins were played by triplets, right? Sly and Whit, a pair of orphan twins caught up in the crazy experiments of Dr. Kinder (Kathleen Turner) and Dr. Heep (Christopher Lloyd), were played by Canadian brothers Gerry, Leo, and Myles Fitzgerald. With all the work that goes into playing twins, it makes sense that they'd hire triplets to give the babies a break.

We have some intel on what those babies are up to now, and guess how grown up they are? They're headed off to college. Weird!

Apparently, the Fitzgerald triplets — all three of them — are so freaking good at hockey that they've already been recruited to a college team. They earned it! The three boys were the top scorers for their junior league team, the Victoria Grizzlies, last season, so Bemidji State University in Minnesota recruited all three of them for their 2014-2015 season.

Credit: Myles Fitzgerald on Instagram    

Credit: Gerry Fitzgerald on Twitter    

Of course, to go to college, these bros need to graduate from high school. Which means that the former baby geniuses are about to nab their diplomas. Time goes by so quickly!

What do these kids get up to besides hockey? From the looks of their Twitter accounts, it's mostly… hockey. However, on the side they listen to a little Jake Owen and watch The Bachelorette.

Can you believe that the Baby Geniuses are nearly adults? Weigh in below!

Sarah Anne Lloyd is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

01.6.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Sarah Anne Lloyd
Related: Movies, Celebrity Transformation, Features, TV Nostalgia

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