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Lacey Chabert's job has required a lot of aerial adventures over the years and now she's playing a passenger (on the flight from hell) in her new movie, Non-Stop. Chabert plays the awesomely-named Amy Nightingale in Lmn's latest offering, which chronicles one recently-jilted woman's terrifying transatlantic flight -- we're talking mile-high horrors, scary stewards and a mid-air robbery that she must solve before touching down.

ETonline recently broke bread with the effervescent Chabert and talked all about her latest project, the hurdles involved in transitioning from child star to working adult actress and the enduring legacy of Mean Girls, which gets quoted to her on the daily.

ETonline: What attracted you to Non-Stop?

Lacey Chabert: I liked that it was more of a psychological thriller than a horror film. I thought it was interesting that she's vulnerable in this situation because of what's going on in her life and feels lost. She's just trying »


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