By Faith Cummings
Updated Dec 07, 2016 @ 10:00 am
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Remember those days in school when you were daydreaming and hoping something really cool and unexpected would happen? Well, some New York City film school students got the best surprise from two major Hollywood actors.

Students from the esteemed Ghetto Film School in the Big Apple had a field trip to the Passengers movie installation at Sony Square. And a normal Tuesday was turned on its head when the movie's stars stopped by. Lo and behold, Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt popped in out of the blue for a Q&A.

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The looks on the students' faces were priceless! There were lots of hugs, a few screams, and loads of selfies, of course. The South Bronx and L.A.-based Ghetto Film School is a non-profit founded more than 15 years ago—winning awards along the way and working to develop and educate the next crop of talent. It's great to see celebrities give back and empower those who could be the next faces of entertainment, especially with Hollywood's need for diverse voices.

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The school's staff supposedly also asked the duo if they would pose for a Mannequin Challenge video according to Page Six, so we're hoping that epic moment happened and that the video surfaces. Passengers hits theaters on Dec. 21, so we'll be cozying up in the theater right before Christmas and Hanukkah begin.