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The Big Shrill: Alan Hruska’s “Reunion”

6 March 2009 5:37 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[An indieWIRE review from Reverse Shot.] Any movie that takes shadowy, Ivy League-based secret societies as its subject is bound to pique a certain amount of curiosity. At best, one hopes for the mesmerizing creepiness of “Eyes Wide Shut”; at minimum, the camp, byzantine schlock of “The DaVinci Code.” Alan Hruska’s “Reunion” starts out with a promising premise: a get-together of a handful of veterans of a society apparently modeled on … »

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Dirty Sexy Money Star Talks of a Wild Reunion

5 March 2009 7:01 PM, PST | TVGuide.com - Features | See recent TVGuide - Features news »

Zoe McLellan sure knows how to keep good company. During her run on ABC's Dirty Sexy Money — where she shared scenes with the likes of Peter Krause and Blair Underwood — the actress made time for Reunion, an indie also starring Brett Cullen (Damages), Jamey Sheridan (Law & Order: Criminal Intent) and Amy Pietz (Aliens in America). TVGuide.com spoke with McLellan about the ensemble piece (which revolves around the unpredictable reunion of the members of a Yale secret society), as well as when Dirty Sexy fans might expect to see Lisa, Nick and the gang again.

TVGuide.com: Reunion is such an ensemble piece. Was that a big draw for you?

Zoe McLellan: Absolutely. When my agent told me about the cast they had already set in place, I was pretty blown away. The table read was actually pretty incredible — we felt like we could put it up on stage that day! »

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